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NCLEX quiz: Privacy, precautions, psychiatry and other safety concerns

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Do you think you could pass the NCLEX?

Take this quiz with these sample exam questions to see how you score!

[10 questions]

A 4-year-old newly diagnosed asthmatic girl of Arab-American ethnicity is placed in a semi-private room with a 7-year-old girl asthmatic recovering from a recent exacerbation. The 4-year-old’s mother is upset because the parent staying with the 7-year-old is male. The best solution would be to:





Which of the following is the most effective way to ensure essential information about clients is passed from nurse to nurse during report?





Which statement about Clostridium difficile (C. difficile) prevention is FALSE?





Parents of a 16-year-old male admitted for Type I diabetes treatment request to see his chart. During the admission, the nurse noted that the client did not wish his parents to know about the mental health counseling he had received in the past. The nurse is unsure how to balance the requests of both the parents and the client, so the nurse should consult:





A client who recently had an inguinal herniorrhaphy is at risk for which of the following complications?





A client is admitted with diagnosis of bacterial meningitis. The nurse should initiate:





Which of the following clients would be at highest risk for an episode of major depression?





When a client is involuntarily committed to a hospital for being considered a danger to himself, which right does this client lose?





A hospital unit wishes to establish a policy regarding privacy during group therapy sessions. The policy committee should FIRST:





Which of the following clients would have the LOWEST priority to receive the annual influenza vaccination?







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