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Ace the HAAD HAAD-RN Exam: Ultimate Preparation Guide

Questions 1

The nurse knows that the greatest risk for a patient with a ruptured ectopic pregnancy is:

Options:

A.

Hemorrhage leading to hypovolemic shock

B.

Strictures and scarring of the fallopian tube

C.

Adhesions and scarring from blood in the abdomen

D.

Infertility resulting from treatment with a salpingectomy

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Questions 2

The nurse is preparing teaching plans for several patients. The nurse should recognize which of the following patients is at greatest risk for fluid and electrolyte imbalance?

Options:

A.

A 2-year-old patient who is receiving gastrostomy feedings

B.

A 20-year-old patient with a sigmoid colostomy

C.

A 40-year-old patient who is 3 days post-operative with an ileostomy

D.

A 60-year-old patient who is 8 hours post-renal arteriography

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Questions 3

The apical pulse can be best auscultated at the:

Options:

A.

Left 2nd intercostal space lateral to the mid clavicular line

B.

Left 2nd intercostal space at the left sternal border

C.

Left 5th intercostal space at the mid clavicular line

D.

Left 5th intercostal space at the mid axillary line

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Questions 4

A 13 year old girl with manifestations of rheumatic heart disease is admitted to hospital. Which of the following laboratory blood findings would confirm that she likely has had a streptococcal infection within the past two weeks?

Options:

A.

Decreased leukocyte count

B.

Elevated hemoglobin count

C.

Elevated ASO titer

D.

Decreased ESR

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Questions 5

A patient arrives at the emergency department with slurred speech and a right facial droop. The patient's relative states the patient "is not himself." Upon assessment, the nurse finds paresthesia to the right side of the body, receptive aphasia, hemianopia and altered cognitive abilities. The nurse should suspect:

Options:

A.

A narcotic overdose

B.

Parkinson's disease

C.

Alcohol withdrawal

D.

A cerebrovascular accident (CVA)

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Questions 6

The nurse should suspect that a patient has bleeding in the upper gastrointestinal tract when the color of the patient's stool is:

Options:

A.

Yellow

B.

Black

C.

Clay

D.

Red

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Questions 7

When discovering a medication error, the nurse's FIRST action is to?

Options:

A.

Call the nurse supervisor

B.

Call the physician

C.

Fill out a medication error reporting form

D.

Assess the patient's condition

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Questions 8

A patient becomes angry and threatens to leave the hospital unless the physician reviews the reason for the patient's delay in discharge. The patient has a medication order for agitation available p.m.. but refuses the medication and requests a drink of orange juice instead. What should the nurse do?

Options:

A.

Secretly slip the p.r.n. medication into the orange juice and give it to the patient

B.

Give the patient the orange juice and tell the patient that a staff member is attempting to call the physician

C.

Inform the patient that staff is unable to force anyone to stay in the hospital

D.

Inform the patient that nothing can be done until the morning

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Questions 9

The patient is receiving piperacillin (Pipril) I.V. Which of the following should the nurse consider when administering the medication to the patient?

Options:

A.

Assess for Stevens-Johnson Syndrome

B.

Be alert for the possibility of hypersensitivity

C.

Watch for signs of increasing severity of infection

D.

Instruct patient to increase the intake of protein-rich foods

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Questions 10

The minimal amount of urine that a post-operative patient weighing 60 kgs should pass is?

Options:

A.

120 ml/hr

B.

90 ml/hr

C.

60 ml/hr

D.

30 ml/hr

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Exam Code: HAAD-RN
Exam Name: HAAD Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses
Last Update: Jun 23, 2024
Questions: 150

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