Which classification of drugs is contraindicated for the client with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy?
A. Positive inotropes
(A) Positive inotropic agents should not be administered owing to their action of increasing
myocardial contractility. Increased ventricular contractility would increase outflow tract
obstruction in the client with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. (B) Vasodilators are not typically
prescribed but are not contraindicated. (C)Diuretics are used with caution to avoid causing
A. (D) Antidysrhythmics are typically needed to treat both atrial and ventricular dysrhythmias.
Signs and symptoms of an allergy attack include which of the following?
A. Wheezing on inspiration
B. Increased respiratory rate
C. Circumoral cyanosis
D. Prolonged expiration
(A) Wheezing occurs during expiration when air movement is impaired because of constricted
A. (B) Respirations are difficult, but the rate is frequently normal. (C) The circumoral area is
usually pale.Cyanosis is not an early sign of hypoxi
A. (D) Expiration is prolonged because the alveoli are greatly distended and air trapping occurs.
NCLEX RN ACTUAL EXAM TEST
BANK OF REAL QUESTIONS &
ANSWERS NCLEX 2023
A client confides to the nurse that he tasted poison in his evening meal. This would be an
example of what typeof hallucination?
(A) Auditory hallucinations involve sensory perceptions of hearing. (B) Gustatory
hallucinations involve sensory perceptions of taste. (C) Olfactory hallucinations involve sensory
perceptions of smell. (D) Viscera