NLE Practice Questions (Trial Version)

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NLE Practice Questions (Trial Version)

Post by Admin on Sat Feb 23, 2008 11:29 pm

We'll be starting a new SLCNWEBS feature next week. We will start posting NLE practice questions this coming monday. Siyempre SLCNWEBS lang ang may ganito sa forums. Sana naman wag na gumaya yung ibang forums, ay magagaya nga ba nila??? hehehe Suspect Cool

Trial question #1: Which of the following manifestations would the nurse expect when assessing a client with arterial insufficiency?
A. warm, erythematous legs
B. thin fragile toenails
C. muscular atrophy
D. bounding arterial pulses

Try to pick the best answer. Eliminate the choices that is obviously wrong or out of this world. If you're done in choosing the best answer, point your cursor over the black box with a question mark below to see the correct answer and rationale. Good luck!

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Re: NLE Practice Questions (Trial Version)

Post by Admin on Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:31 pm

Trial question again...

QUESTION: Primary gain associated with Somatoform Disorders, is referred to as:

A. Financial compensation from disability
B. Relief from anxiety associated with conflict
C. Love & attention from support system
D. Financial aid from relatives

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B. Relief from anxiety associated with conflict. Primary gain in somatoform disorders refers to the direct external benefits that being sick provides such as relief of anxiety, conflict, or dustless. Secondary gains are the internal or personal benefits received from others because one is sick such as attention from family members and comfort measures. A, C, D, are samples of secondary gain.


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Re: NLE Practice Questions (Trial Version)

Post by Admin on Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:33 pm

QUESTION: How will you help a patient anticipate and deal with future recurrence of hallucination?

A. Stay with the patient all the time
B. Examine the patientís ways of dealing with hallucinations
C. Help patient accept that hallucination is a part of his mental illness
D. Assigning permanent staff who knows when the patient hallucinates

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Answer B. Examine the patientís ways in dealing with his hallucinations. Rehabilitation long-term goals for clientís experiencing hallucination include the development of strategies in dealing with hallucinations. (A) & (D). These are not practical ways in helping the client deal with future recurrence of hallucinations instead, the nurse should empower the clients. (C). Awareness that hallucination is a part of mental illness will not be the only way in dealing with future occurrence of hallucinations.


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Re: NLE Practice Questions (Trial Version)

Post by Admin on Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:37 pm

QUESTION: The nurse has explained the use of neostigmine methylsulfate (Prostigmin) to a client with Myasthenia Gravis. Which comment by the client indicates the need for further instruction?

A. I need to take the medication regularly even when I feel strong
B. I should take the medication once daily at bedtime
C. if I take too much medication, I can become weak and have breathing problems
D. I may have difficulty swallowing my saliva if I take too much medication

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Answer: B Ė The client is confused about the timing of medication administration. The anticholinesterase medication should be taken 30 minutes prior to meals to enhance the muscle strength needed for chewing and swallowing
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Re: NLE Practice Questions (Trial Version)

Post by faoron on Wed Mar 26, 2008 11:07 am

post lng po kyo ng post ng mga ganto...
i got 3 out 4
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Re: NLE Practice Questions (Trial Version)

Post by Admin on Wed Mar 26, 2008 5:09 pm

Magpopost pa kami ng marami sa monday siguro namin ipopost kasi yung iba puro answer key lang wala pang rationale.
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