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Essential NCLEX® Practice Questions for Intracranial Pressure (ICP)

In this lecture, we’ll be focusing on the five test questions about intracranial pressure (ICP) that are usually asked on major nursing tests and the NCLEX®. Let’s begin. Question #1 Your client has a change in his or her Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), when do you tell the doctor about…
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NCLEX® Practice Part 3: The Respiratory System

Hello, guys. So, here’s an intensive NCLEX® practice test review where we will be solely discussing the signs and symptoms, diagnostic tests, and nursing management involving the three main respiratory system conditions – lung cancer, tuberculosis (TB), and pulmonary embolism (PE). Let’s begin. Signs and Symptoms First, we will be…
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Essential NCLEX® Practice Question for Myasthenia Gravis

Question: A nurse is caring for a client newly diagnosed with myasthenia gravis; understand that teaching has been effective when the client states _______. Let the question above sink in as we move forward on our discussion about myasthenia gravis (MG) because later, we’ll be revealing the answers and thoroughly…
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Key Terms for NCLEX® Delegation and Management Questions

Recent NCLEX® topics are primarily focused on delegation, prioritization and leadership. Among those that were mentioned, delegation type questions are going to be a huge part of nursing schools. Fortunately, Mike is here to provide the gist and the important keywords that you have to watch out for every time…
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Ace Your NCLEX® and Exit Exam in 3 Outrageously Simple Steps

Hello, we are back to give you the simplest, most uncomplicated way possible to get you through your exams, whether it’s the HESI or ATI or even your NCLEX. Comprehensive exams are something that student look forward to but wish would never happen. It’s probably one of the most stressful…
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