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Friday, August 17, 2007

NCLEX Tips By Experience: Passing Nclex Rn Examination

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a) Make a first good initial impression which basically means that you make sure that at least the first 20 questions are answered correctly. The computer will base the succeeding questions from there. They’re like the pre-exam questions. For more details, look at the catalog.

b) It’s okay to have mistakes. For as long as the errors aren’t consecutive. 3-4 consecutive questions aren’t a good idea. Better think it through!

c) Take your time. 6 hours is the maximum time to take the test.

d) Innovative questions (IQ): if the computer gives you at least 5 there's a big chance
that you passed. Based on my observations since these questions are way more difficult than the ordinary multiple choice questions. I had 10 thrown at me. 9 check
all that apply and 1 dosage calculation.

> Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)
> Carpal tunnel syndrome
> Scoliosis
> hip dysplasia
> bladder exstrophy
> chelation therapy
> peritoneal dialysis
> celiac disease
> gastroephageal reflux disease (GERD)
> dumping syndrome
> digoxin
> congestive heart failure (CHF)
> tuberculosis
> sputum culture
> bacterial pnuemonia
> meningococcemia
> buspirone
> depression
> signs of dehydration
> intervene if....questions
> referral for discharge questions
> reportable signs and symptoms
> complications of diseases
> Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) wound infection
> diabetes mellitus type I and II
> Na, K, APTT, PT, INR, platelet, H&H, Crea, WBC lab values
> glycosylated hemoglobin
> azidothymodine (AZT)
> warfarin therapy
> diet for parkinson's disease
> total parenteral nutrition (TPN)
> cardiac catheterization
> pravastatin
> factors for intravenous line discontinuation
> ileal conduit
> pericarditis
> S1, S2, S3, S4
> chemotherapy
> diabetes insipidus and symptom of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH)
> cystoscopy
> pancreatic enzymes
> osteoporosis
> multiply myeloma
> bone marrow transplant
> anorexia
> burns
> bed sores
> lyme’s disease
> pertussis
> shingles
> bone scan
> cast care
> balanced skeletal traction
> enterostomal care
> peripheral venous access
> benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH)
> care of patient with nasogastric tube (NGT) attached to suction
> indomethacin
> use of Intravenous pump
> gentamicin
> knowing equipment malfunction
> hyperglycemic hyperosmolar non-ketotic syndrome (HHNS)
> diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)
> blood transfusions
> spinal shock
> prioritization who first to visit/attend to
> septic shock
> hepatitis b & c
> brachytherapy
> teletherapy
> universal precautions
> droplet precautions
> airborne precautions
> flow rate computation
> therapeutic communication
> peripheral arterial disease
> laminectomy
> spinal cord injury
> mechanical ventilaror alarms
> chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
> egophony
> lactulose
> colace
> collaborative management
> duodenal ulcer
> tamoxifen
> foot care in diabetes mellitus (DM)
> Hgt monitoring
> insulin
> pancreatitis
> acromegaly
> hypo and hyperthyroidism
> theophylline
> amniocentesis
> occult blood in stool
> REEDA assessment (redness, ecchymosis, edema, discharge, approximation)
> positioning in amputee
> glaucoma
> bleeding varices
> quickening
> reportable signs and symptoms of pregnancy
> rubella vaccine in pregnancy
> urinary incontinence
> mantoux skin testing
> disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC)
> placenta previa
> early, late, variable decelerations
> developmental milestones in growth and development (G&D) in infant and toddler
> hypospadias
> characteristics of a newborn
> physical changes in elderly
> atrial fibrillation
> pacemaker
> cardiomyopathy
> deep breathing exercises
> renal failure
> fluoroquinolones
> sulfonamides
> meniere's disease



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