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Ace the HAAD HAAD-RN Exam: Ultimate Preparation Guide

Questions 31

While preparing for a kidney biopsy the nurse should position the patient:

Options:

A.

Prone with a sandbag under the abdomen

B.

Lateral opposite to biopsy site

C.

Supine in bed with knee flexion

D.

Lateral flexed knee-chest

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Questions 32

A deficiency of which of the following vitamins can affect the absorption of calcium?

Options:

A.

Vitamin C

B.

Vitamin B6

C.

Vitamin D

D.

Vitamin B12

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Questions 33

As a part of the treatment given to a child with leukemia the child is placed on reverse barrier isolation to:

Options:

A.

Protect the child from injury

B.

Protect the child from infectious agents

C.

Provide the child with a quiet environment

D.

Keep the child away from other children

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Questions 34

During balloon inflation of an indwelling urinary catheter, the patient complains of pain and discomfort. The nurse should:

Options:

A.

Continue the procedure and assure the patient

B.

Aspirate the fluid and remove the catheter

C.

Withdraw the fluid and reinsert the catheter

D.

Decrease the amount of injected fluid and secure

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Questions 35

To remove soft contact lenses from the eyes of an unconscious patient the nurse should:

Options:

A.

Uses a small suction cup placed on the lenses

B.

Pinches the lens off the eye then slides it off the cornea

C.

Lifts the lenses with a dry cotton ball that adheres to the lenses

D.

Tenses the lateral canthus while stimulating a blink reflex by the patient

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Questions 36

A patient with a history of angina pectoris arrives in emergency complaining of headache, visual disturbances and feeling dizzy. Your nursing assessment also notes he looks flushed, is perspiring perfusely and is experiencing palpitations. You should suspect:

Options:

A.

An overdose of sublingual nitroglycerin

B.

The onset of a myocardial infarction

C.

The patient has been over exercising

D.

The beginning of a severe chest infection

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Questions 37

A patient admitted to the hospital in hypertensive crisis is ordered to receive hydralazine (Apresoline) 20mg IV stat for blood pressure greater than 190/100 mmHg. The best response of the nurse to this order is to:

Options:

A.

Give the dose immediately and once

B.

Give medication if patient's blood pressure is > 190/100 mmHg

C.

Call the physician because the order is not clear

D.

Administer the dose and repeat as necessary

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Questions 38

A patient with deep partial-thickness and full-thickness burns of the face and chest is admitted to the emergency department. The nurse must be particularly alert for:

Options:

A.

Paralytic ileus

B.

Respiratory distress

C.

Severity of pain

D.

Strong burn odor

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Questions 39

A patient voided a urine specimen at 9:00 AM. The specimen should be sent to the laboratory before:

Options:

A.

9:30 AM

B.

10:00 AM

C.

10:30 AM

D.

11:00 AM

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Questions 40

An 11 year old girl with a history of asthma arrives at the primary health clinic with signs/symptoms of shortness of breath, audible wheezing, nasal flaring and mild lip cyanosis. Your immediate nursing action is to:

Options:

A.

Assess respiratory distress and peak expiratory flow rate

B.

Take a blood sample to assess CO₂ levels

C.

Instruct the parents to take the child immediately to hospital

D.

Sit the child comfortably and offer 2 puffs of ventolin stat

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Exam Code: HAAD-RN
Exam Name: HAAD Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses
Last Update: Jun 24, 2024
Questions: 150

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