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Cardiovascular Disorders NCLEX Practice Questions (220 Questions)

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Welcome to your NCLEX reviewer and practice questions quiz for cardiovascular system disorders. This NCLEX nursing test bank tests your competence in the nursing care and management of patients wit... h dysrhythmias, hematological disorders, hypertension, coronary artery disease, myocardial infarction, heart failure, and peripheral vascular diseases. Cardiac Disorders Nursing Test Bank Here are the NCLEX practice questions for cardiovascular system disorders. This nursing test bank set includes 220 NCLEX-style practice questions that cover topics like dysrhythmias, EKG interpretation, heart failure, myocardial infarction, hematologic disorders, and more. Use these questions to help you review for cardiovascular system disorders and as an alternative to Quizlet. All questions on this set are updated to give you the most challenging questions, along with insightful rationales to reinforce learning. Quizzes included in this guide are: ADVERTISEMENTS 1. Dysrhythmias & EKG Interpretation NCLEX Practice | Quiz #1: 20 Questions 2. Hematologic Disorders and Anemia NCLEX Practice | Quiz #2: 50 Questions 3. Hypertension & Coronary Artery Disease NCLEX Practice | Quiz #3: 50 Questions 4. Heart Failure & Valvular Diseases NCLEX Practice | Quiz #4: 50 Questions 5. Myocardial Infarction & Peripheral Vascular Diseases NCLEX Practice | Quiz #5: 50 Questions Quiz guidelines: 1. Comprehend each item. Read and understand each question before choosing the best answer. The exam has no time limit so that you can make sense of each item at your own pace. 2. Review your answers. Once you’re done with all the questions, you’ll be redirected to the Quiz Summary table, where you’ll be able to review which questions you’ve answered or may have skipped. Review your answers once more before pressing the Finish Quiz button. 3. Read the rationales. After you have reviewed your answers, click on the Finish Quiz button to record your answers and show your score. Click on the View Questions button to review the quiz and read through the rationales for each question. 4. Let us know your feedback! Comment us your thoughts, scores, ratings, and questions about the quiz in the comments section below. ADVERTISEMENTS 4. Heart Failure & Valvular Diseases NCLEX Practice | Quiz #4: 50 Questions Heart Failure & Valvular Diseases NCLEX Practice | Quiz #4: 50 Questions Test your knowledge about heart failure nursing care management in this fourth set of NCLEX practice questions for cardiovascular disorders. Results 0 of 50 Questions answered correctly Your time: 00:00:04 You have reached 0 of 50 point(s), (0%) Correct Incorrect Congratulations, you have completed this quiz! Where are the rationales? Please click the View Questions button below to review your answers and read through the rationales for each question. 1. Question Which of the following actions is the first priority of care for a client exhibiting signs and symptoms of coronary artery disease? A. Decrease anxiety. B. Enhance myocardial oxygenation. C. Administer sublingual nitroglycerin. D. Educate the client about his symptoms. Incorrect Correct Answer: B. Enhance myocardial oxygenation. Enhancing myocardial oxygenation is always the first priority when a client exhibits signs or symptoms of cardiac compromise. Without adequate oxygenation, the myocardium suffers damage. The desired effect is to decrease myocardial oxygen demand by decreasing ventricular stress. Drugs with negative inotropic properties can decrease perfusion to the already ischemic myocardium. A combination of nitrates and beta-blockers may have cumulative effects on cardiac output. Option A: Promote expression of feelings and fears. Let the patient/SO know these are normal reactions. Unexpressed feelings may create internal turmoil and affect self-image. Verbalization of concerns reduces tension, verifies the level of coping, and facilitates dealing with feelings. The presence of negative self-talk can increase the level of anxiety and may contribute to an exacerbation of angina attacks. Option C: Sublingual nitroglycerin is administered to treat acute angina, but the administration isn’t the first priority. Nitroglycerin has been the standard for treating and preventing anginal pain for more than 100 yr. Today it is available in many forms and is still the cornerstone of antianginal therapy. Option D: Although educating the client is important in care delivery, it is not a priority when a client is compromised. Discuss the pathophysiology of condition. Stress the need for preventing and managing anginal attacks. Patients with angina need to learn why it occurs and what they can do to control it. This is the focus of therapeutic management to reduce the likelihood of myocardial infarction and promote a healthy heart lifestyle. [Show More]

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