Fair assignment is fair division of a problem. Proper division of labor. The following day the Nurse manager decided to change my assignment. She started me with four patients. One decanulated patient(Patient no longer has tracheostomy)two patients with chest tubes, one chest tube to water seal and the other chest tube to suction and one […]


Under standard precautions or universal precautions blood and body fluids of all patients (clients) are potential for infection for hepatitis B virus, (HBV) and human immunodeficiency virus and other blood-borne pathogens. The most single source of HIV ,HBV and other pathogens in healthcare settings is through the blood. So prevention of exposure to blood and […]


(14) Prior to the administration of hydralazine.(Apressoline)The nurse will evaluate the following. (A )The heart rate (B )Body temperature. (C )Skin color. (D) Blood pressure. Correct answer D. Rationale: Prior to the administration of antihypertensive medication,it is important to assess the client blood pressure for a decrease in blood pressure. (15 )Which of the following […]

Hypertension.(Preeclampsia and Hypertension Emergency)Questions and Answers.Nicknamed of hypertension is silent killer.

Pregnancy Induced Hypertension:Preeclampsia is depicted by the start of acute hypertension after twenty four weeks of pregnancy. The cause of preeclampsia is unknown .The symptoms of preeclampsia are Hypertension, protein in the urine and edema. It occurs in a very small percentage of pregnant women(>5%)There are mild preeclampsia and severe preeclampsia. Mild preeclampsia blood pressure […]

Blood pressure.Questions and Answers(Nursing)

Hypertension:common disorder most of the time patient is asymptomatic but characterized by high blood pressure greater than 140/90.The most common high blood pressure is essential Hypertension. There is no major cause. But the risk factors are high sodium intake, obesity, family history, high cholesterol, adrenal disorders such as Cushing’s syndrome, chronic glomerulonephritis,toxemia of pregnancy etc. […]

Questions and answers in Nursing.

(1) What is code blue in hospitals setting?. (A )Adult medical emergency (Cardiac arrest) (B )Pediatric medical emergency (C) Bomb threat. (D) Combative person. Correct answer A. Rationale: This is a Medical emergency occurring within the hospital. And the health care professionals should push the alert button or dial specific number.Hospitals have different codes for […]