HESI PN EXIT EXAM V1

PN Hesi Exit V1

Question 1

A school-age client with diabetes is placed on an intermediateacting insulin and regular insulin before breakfast and before

dinner. She will receive a snack of milk and cereal at bedtime.

What does the nurse tell the client the snack is intended to do?

You Selected:

• Prevent late night hypoglycemia.

Correct response:

• Prevent late night hypoglycemia.

Question 2

A well-known public official of a small community is admitted to

the emergency department following an episode of chest pain.

Several nurses from the medical unit are aware of the admission and

access the official’s electronic medical record to obtain a status

update. What is the best response for the nurse manager to make to

the nurses regarding this situation?

You Selected:

• “Assessing the official’s medical record is a breach of

confidentiality.”

Correct response:

• “Assessing the official’s medical record is a breach of

confidentiality.”

Question 3

A four-year-old child is diagnosed as having acute lymphocytic

leukemia. The white blood cell (WBC) count, especially the

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neutrophil count, is low. What is the most important intervention the

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nurse should teach the parents?

You Selected:

• Protect your child from infections because his resistance to

infection is decreased

Correct response:

• Protect your child from infections because his resistance to

infection is decreased

Question 4

The nurse is caring for a client with influenza. The most effective

way to decrease the spread of microorganisms is:

You Selected:

• placing the client in isolation.

Correct response:

• washing the hands frequently.

Question 5

A client with a history of hypertension has been prescribed a new

antihypertensive medication and is reporting dizziness. Which is

the best way for the nurse to assess blood pressure?

You Selected:

• in the supine, sitting, and standing positions

Correct response:

• in the supine, sitting, and standing positions

Question 6

A client has a soft wrist-safety device. Which assessment finding

should the nurse investigate further?

You Selected:

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• cool, pale fingers

Correct response:

• cool, pale fingers

Question 7

A nurse is caring for a female client before surgery. The client states

that she is glad that she will not be going through menopause as a

result of her surgery and is only having her uterus removed. The

nurse reviews the consent form and notes that the surgery is for a

total abdominal hysterectomy with a salpingo-oophorectomy. What

should the nurse do in this situation?

You Selected:

• Contact the surgeon to explain that the client needs further

clarification regarding surgery.

Correct response:

• Contact the surgeon to explain that the client needs further

clarification regarding surgery.

Question 8

A young client diagnosed with schizophrenia is talking with the

nurse and says, "You know, when I thought everyone was out to get

me, I was staying in my apartment all the time. Now, I would like to

get out and do things again." What is the best initial response by the

nurse?

You Selected:

• "What activities did you enjoy in the past?"

Correct response:

• "What activities did you enjoy in the past?"

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Label and do all work on front\r\nand back of same page as problem.\r\n2) See pages 42-44 for answer key, to score portion.\r\n3) Provide the following information hereon (page 10) for tutor- and selfevaluation:\r\nTotal number of problems: 24 Add, subtract, multiply, divide, whole numbers\r\nNumber correct: Multiply number correct X 100 =\r\nDivide by total number of problems = %\r\nTutor will review for areas to work on in math.\r\nAreas to work on: , , ,\r\nOVERALL MATH REVIEW SCORE\r\nTotal number of problems (overall): 104\r\nNumber correct: Multiply number correct X 100 =\r\nDivide by total number of problems = %\r\nTutor will review for areas to work on in math.\r\nAreas to work on: , , ,\r\nMath Review\r\n10\r\n6 5 9\r\n462\r\n+133\r\n595\r\nBasic Addition and Subtraction\r\nBasic Addition Steps:\r\n462+133 1. Line up digits according to place value.\r\nCheck by: 595 2. Add the digits starting from right to left:\r\n- 133 Ones: 2 + 3 = 5\r\n462 must be the answer Tens: 6 + 3 = 9\r\nHundreds: 4 + 1 = 5\r\nAddition w\/ Regrouping Steps:\r\n835+559 1. Line up the digits according to place value.\r\nCheck by: 1,394 2. Add:\r\n- 599 Ones: 5+9 = 14\r\n835 must be the answer (carry the 1 to the tens place, which is\r\none place to the left)\r\nTens: 1+ 3+ 5= 9\r\nHundreds: 8+ 5= 13\r\nBasic Subtraction Steps:\r\n5,234 \u2013 4,112 1. Line up the digits according to place value.\r\nCheck by: 1,122 2. Subtract:\r\n+4,112 Ones: 4 \u2013 2 = 2\r\n5,234 must be the answer Tens: 3 \u2013 1 = 2\r\nHundreds: 2 \u2013 1 = 1\r\nThousands: 5 \u2013 4 = 1\r\nSubtraction with Regrouping Steps:\r\n457 \u2013 29 1. Line up the digits according to place value.\r\nCheck by: 428 2. Subtract:\r\n+ 29 Ones: 7 \u2013 9 (must borrow 1 from the 5\r\n457 must be the answer In the tens place)\r\nTens 4 \u2013 2 = 2\r\nHundreds: 4 \u2013 0 = 4\r\nVocabulary:\r\nDigit: A numeral, (the number 7 is a digit).\r\nPlace Value: Each digit in a number occupies a\r\nposition \u2013 that position is called its place value.\r\nHESI Hints:\r\n1 Ten = 10 ones\r\n1 Hundred = 100 ones\r\n1 Thousand = 1000 ones\r\nNow you try!\r\n1. 1,803 + 156 =\r\n2. 835 + 145 =\r\n3. 1,372 + 139\r\n4. 123 + 54 + 23 =\r\n5. 673 \u2013 241 =\r\n6. 547 \u2013 88 =\r\n7. 222 \u2013 114 =\r\n8. 12,478 \u2013 467 =\r\n5,234\r\n- 4,112\r\n1,122Hundred\r\nTens\r\nOnes\r\n4 1 7\r\n4 5 7\r\n - 2 9\r\n4 2 8\r\n1\r\n835\r\n+ 559\r\n1394\r\n11\r\nBasic Multiplication\r\n(Whole Numbers)\r\n23 X 5 Steps:\r\n1. Multiply one digit at a time.\r\n2. Multiply (5 X 23)\r\nOnes: 5 x 3 = 15 (carry the 1 to the tens place\r\nand write the 5 in the ones place)\r\nTens: 5 x 2 = 10 + 1 = 11\r\n623 X 45 Steps:\r\n1. Multiply 623 X 5\r\n5 x 3 = 15\r\n5 x 2 = 10 + 1 (carried over)= 11\r\n5 x 6 = 30 + 1 (carried over)= 31 (doesn\u2019t need\r\nto be carried over)\r\n2. Multiply 623 x 4 (remember to line up the ones\r\ndigits with the four by using zero as the\r\nplaceholder):\r\n4 x 3 = 12\r\n4 x 2 = 8 + 1 = 9\r\n4 x 6 = 24\r\n3. Add the two products together:\r\n3,115 + 24,920 = 28,035 is the final product\r\nVocabulary:\r\nProduct: The answer to a multiplication problem.\r\nHESI Hints:\r\nRemember, the placeholders help keep the problem aligned. If you do not skip a space, the answer\r\nwill be incorrect. Below is an example of a well-aligned problem.\r\nNote: Timetables are crucial for doing multiplication, division, fractions, etc. Please notify the tutor if\r\nyou do not know timesheets by heart at least through 9 x 9.\r\n623\r\nx 45\r\n3115\r\n24,920\r\n28,035\r\n1\r\n23\r\nx 5\r\n115\r\n12\r\n51\r\n301\r\nSteps:\r\n1. Multiply 301 x 1\r\n\u27a2 1 x 1 = 1\r\n\u27a2 1 x 0 = 0\r\n\u27a2 1 x 3 = 3\r\n2. Multiply 301 x 5\r\n\u27a2 5 x 1 = 5 ( remember\r\nto use a zero for a\r\nplaceholder)\r\n\u27a2 5 x 0 = 0\r\n\u27a2 5 x 3 = 15\r\n3. Multiply 301 x 4\r\n\u27a2 4 x 1 = 4\r\n\u27a2 4 x 0 = 0\r\n\u27a2 4 x 3 = 12\r\n4. Add the three products\r\ntogether:\r\n\u27a2 301 + 15,050 +\r\n120,400 = 135,751 is\r\nthe final product\r\n301 x 4\r\nx 451\r\n301\r\nNow You Try!\r\n15050\r\n+120400 1. 846 x 7 =\r\n135,751 2. 325 x 6 =\r\n3. 653 x 12 =\r\n4. 806 x 55 =\r\n5. 795 x 14 =\r\n6. 999 x 22 =\r\n7. 582 x 325 =\r\n8. 9,438 x 165 =\r\n13\r\nBasic Division\r\n(Whole Numbers)\r\n40\uf0b8 8 = Steps:\r\n1. Set up the problem. (Review the vocabulary section).\r\n2. Use a series of multiplication and subtraction problems to\r\nsolve a division problem.\r\n3. 8 x ?= 40\r\nMultiply: 8 x 5 = 40\r\nSubtract: 40-40=0\r\nThe quotient (or answer) is 5\r\n672\uf0b8 6 = Steps:\r\n1. Set up the problem.\r\n2. Begin with the hundreds place:\r\no 6 x ?=6; we know 6 x 1 =6; Therefore, place the\r\n1(quotient) above the 6 hundred (dividend). Place the\r\nother 6 under the hundred and subtract: 6-6=0\r\no Bring down the next number which is 7; 6 x ? = 7.\r\nThere is no number that can be multiplied by six that\r\nwill equal seven exactly, so try to get as close as\r\npossible without going over 7. Use 6x1=6 and set it up\r\njust like the last subtraction problem. 7-6 =1\r\no Bring down the 2 from the dividend which results in\r\nthe number 12 (the 1 came from the remainder of 7-\r\n6=1).\r\no 6x?=12;?=2 The two becomes the next number in the\r\nquotient. 12- 12=0. There is not a remainder.\r\no The quotient (or answer) is 112.\r\nVocabulary\r\nQuotient: The answer to a division problem.\r\nDividend: The number being divided.\r\nDivisor: The number by which the dividend is divided.\r\nHESI Hints:\r\nThe 5 represents the divisor, the 45 represents the dividend, and the 9 represents the\r\nquotient. It is the best not to leave a division problem with a remainder, but to end it as\r\na fraction or a decimal point instead. To make the problem into a decimal, just add a\r\ndecimal point and zeros at the end of the dividend and continue. If a remainder\r\ncontinues to occur, round to the hundredths place.\r\nExample:\r\n233.547\u2192 233.55 (the 7 rounds the 4 to a 5)\r\nSteps to Division\r\n1. Division\r\n2. Multiplication\r\n3. Subtraction\r\n4. Bring down","promotional_price":null,"promotional_time":null,"free_item":"0","price":"25","category_name":"HESI","category_slug":"hesi","subcategories":null}, $event)">

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