Hesi Practice

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Practice Examination For HESI exit Part One You will have two hours and 30 minutes to complete Part One. 1. Which of the following describes a preterm neonate? A. A neonate weighing less than 2,500 g (5 lb, 8 oz). B. A low-birth-weight neonate. C. A neonate born at less than 37 weeks ' gestation regardless of weight. D. A neonate diagnosed with intrauterine growth retardation. 2. A client with type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus has just learned she 's pregnant. The nurse is teaching her about insulin requirements during pregnancy. Which guideline should the nurse provide? A. "Insulin requirements don 't change during pregnancy. Continue your current regimen. " B. "Insulin requirements usually decrease during the last two…show more content…
B. heart rate greater than 100 beats/minute C. hyperventilation. D. respiratory rate greater than 20 breaths/minute 13. A client who has cervical cancer is scheduled to undergo

internal radiation. In teaching the client about the procedure, the nurse would be most accurate in telling the client A. she 'll be in a private room with unrestricted activities. B. a bowel-cleansing procedure will precede radioactive implantation. C. she 'll be expected to use a bedpan for urination. D. the preferred positioning in bed will be semi-Fowler 's. 14. Before administering a tube feeding to a toddler, which of the following methods should the nurse use to check the placement of a nasogastric (NG) tube? A. Abdominal X-rays. B. Injection of a small amount of air while listening with a stethoscope over the abdominal area. C. A check of the pH of fluid aspirated from the tube. D. Visualization of the measurement mark on the tube made at the time of insertion. 15. While assessing a 2-month-old child 's airway, the nurse finds that the child isn 't breathing. After two unsuccessful attempts to establish an airway, the nurse should A. attempt rescue breaths. B. attempt to reposition the airway a third time. C. administer five back blows. D. attempt to ventilate with a handheld resuscitation bag. 16. Which of the following statements summarizes the underlying principle for the development of a parenbchild relationship? A. The parents to-be had good role models in their
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