Fundamentals of Nursing Nursing Test #1 0 Welcome to your NCLEX RN Test #1 Instructions: Please Click on Next Button to Start your Test. Do not Refresh the Page unless you submit the Quiz and want to Retake it. Retake/Refresh of Page should be done only after Submission of Quiz. If you want to Retake this Test after Submission please refresh the Page. Result will be shown after submission of Test Time of This Test is 20 Minutes, so you have to submit Quiz before that. You can leave suggestions/Feedback in comment Box bellow. 1. The most important nursing intervention to correct skin dryness is: Consult the dietitian about increasing the patient’s fat intake, and take necessary measures to prevent infection. Ask the physician to refer the patient to a dermatologist, and suggest that the patient wear home-laundered sleepwear. Encourage the patient to increase his fluid intake, use non-irritating soap when bathing the patient, and apply lotion to the involved areas. Avoid bathing the patient until the condition is remedied, and notify the physician. 2. When bathing a patient’s extremities, the nurse should use long, firm strokes from the distal to the proximal areas. This technique: Provides an opportunity for skin assessment. Avoids undue strain on the nurse. Increases venous blood return. Causes vasoconstriction and increases circulation. 3. Vivid dreaming occurs in which stage of sleep: Stage I non-REM Rapid eye movement (REM) stage Stage II non-REM Delta stage 4. The natural sedative in meat and milk products (especially warm milk) that can help induce sleep is: Flurazepam Temazepam Methotrimeprazine Tryptophan 5. Nursing interventions that can help the patient to relax and sleep restfully include all of the following except: Have the patient take a 30- to 60-minute nap in the afternoon. Turn on the television in the patient’s room. Provide quiet music and interesting reading material. Massage the patient’s back with long strokes. 6. Restraints can be used for all of the following purposes except to: Prevent a confused patient from removing tubes, such as feeding tubes, I.V. lines, and urinary catheters. Prevent a patient from falling out of bed or a chair. Discourage a patient from attempting to ambulate alone when he requires assistance for his safety. Prevent a patient from becoming confused or disoriented. 7. Which of the following is the nurse’s legal responsibility when applying restraints: Document the patient’s behavior. Document the type of restraint used. Obtain a written order from the physician except in an emergency, when the patient must be protected from injury to himself or others. All of the above. 8. Kubler-Ross’s five successive stages of death and dying are: Anger, bargaining, denial, depression, acceptance Denial, anger, depression, bargaining, acceptance Denial, anger, bargaining, depression acceptance Bargaining, denial, anger, depression, acceptance 9. A terminally ill patient usually experiences all of the following feelings during the anger stage except: Rage Envy Numbness Resentment 10. Nurses and other healthcare providers often have difficulty helping a terminally ill patient through the necessary stages leading to acceptance of death. Which of the following strategies is most helpful to the nurse in achieving this goal: Taking psychology courses related to gerontology. Reading books and other literature on the subject of thanatology. eflecting on the significance of death. Reviewing varying cultural beliefs and practices related to death. Time is Up! Time's upTime is Up!