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Graduate Medical Practices
Which two is the minimum identification of a patient?
  1. Name and Bed Number
  2. Name and Diagnosis
  3. Name and UHID Number
  4. Name and Consultant Name
Graduate Medical Practices
In the administration of local anesthetics the blockade of nerves typically occurs in which order
  1. SNS -> temp -> motor -> touch -> pain
  2. SNS -> temp -> pain -> touch -> motor
  3. SNS -> motor -> pain -> touch -> temp
  4. SNS -> motor -> touch -> temp -> pain
Graduate Medical Practices
A 47-year-old man is under treatment for essential hypertension for 6
months. The patient’s hypertension is under control; however, he now
complains of impotence, vertigo, and difficulty in doing mental work.
Laboratory results reveal a positive coomb’s test. Which antihypertensive
agent is capable of causing these effects?
  1. Captopril
  2. Hydralazine
  3. Methyldopa
  4. Prazosin
Graduate Medical Practices
Which of the following statements identifies the BEST rationale for utilizing commercial testing programs in developing nursing school examinations?
  1. Their use is more cost-effective than developing new items.
  2. They provide a neutral evaluation of potential NCLEX success.
  3. Their use is standard in the majority of nursing programs
  4. They can provide data useful in evaluating the curriculum.
Graduate Medical Practices
The following children should be referred for genetic testing:
  1. children with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, dysmorphic facial features, and/or multiple medical problems
  2. children with a strong family history of cancer.
  3. children with a family history of a genetic disorder.
  4. all of the above
Graduate Medical Practices
The difference between a genetic counselor and a geneticist is:
  1. there is no difference.
  2. a geneticist is a medical doctor who specializes in genetic testing.
  3. a genetic counselor interprests test results to patients and caregivers.
  4. b. and c.
Graduate Medical Practices
Which of the following statements describes the BEST rationale for the use of nursing school exit examinations?
  1. They serve as a screening tool to help prevent potentially unsafe students from taking the NCLEX examination.
  2. They can serve as a tool to provide remediation when given throughout the program.
  3. They identify low-performing students who can be encouraged to withdraw from the program early.
  4. They can provide evidence of incompetency to counteract complaints from failing students.
Graduate Medical Practices
Which of the following statements made by novice faculty indicates that additional education is needed on the appropriate uses of the NCLEX test plan?
  1. I will use it to help identify gaps in curriculum content
  2. I am using it to formulate higher-ordered thinking items.
  3. I am changing my curriculum to match its content.
  4. I developed items whose focuses are not listed on the plan.
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