NCLEX practice exam – set 4 – pediatric endocrinology and hematology

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Do you think you could pass the NCLEX?

Take this quiz with these sample exam questions on pediatric endocrinology and hematology to see how you score!

[10 questions]

During teaching, the nurse should advise the family of a child newly-diagnosed with Graves’ disease to:

A student with type I diabetes mellitus complains of feeling lightheaded. Her blood sugar is 60 mg/dL. Using the 15/15 rule, the nurse should:

The nurse knows that diabetic teaching has been effective when parents of a newly-diagnosed child state that they will, during an illness, provide the child with:

An adolescent with Addison’s disease may need an increased dosage of glucocorticoids in which of the following situations?

Substances known to disrupt normal hormone-related growth and development of children include all the following except:

A two-year-old has been admitted with a diagnosis of Kawasaki disease. Which of the following would be a priority on the plan of care for this child?

A 13-year-old is admitted in sickle cell crisis. The nurse knows that local tissue damage can occur because of which of the following?

The nurse educates the parents of a toddler with iron-deficiency anemia how to administer iron supplements. Which teaching point should be included?

A child with hemophilia receives factor VIII concentrate. Which sign associated with the risks of this medication should the nurse teach the parents to report?

A 11-year-old with leukemia will be taking cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan). The nurse should monitor for symptoms of which possible adverse effect?

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