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RELIAS ED RN A 2024 ACTUAL TEST EXAM COMPLETE QUESTIONS AND CORRECT DETAILED ANSWERS WITH RATIONALES (VERIFIED ANSWERS) |ALREADY GRADED A+

RELIAS ED RN A 2024 ACTUAL TEST EXAM  COMPLETE QUESTIONS AND CORRECT DETAILED  ANSWERS WITH RATIONALES (VERIFIED ANSWERS)  |ALREADY GRADED A+

A patient presents with a 5-day history of runny nose, headache, and productive cough. The patient
is unable to speak full sentences, reports having a history of moderate to severe COPD, and has a
SpO2 reading of 89%. What intervention do you anticipate implementing FIRST for this patient? -
<>Provide oxygen
A patient who is 24 weeks pregnant presents with fever and right upper quadrant pain. The patient
states that the pain is radiating to the right shoulder blade, and started an hour after having a pizza
for lunch. She is tachycardic, tachypneic, and diaphoretic on the initial triage assessment. What is
the MOST likely diagnosis for this patient? - <>Cholecystitis
A patient arrives with acute onset of central chest pain. The patient is tachycardic and tachypneic
and appears very anxious and restless. What would be the MOST important initial intervention for
this patient? - <>Administer oxygen
Answer is NOT Obtain electrocardiogram
A patient is being treated with an anticoagulant for pulmonary embolism (PE). What patient
assessment finding indicates that a heparin infusion would be stopped IMMEDIATELY? -
<>Decreased level of consciousness
A new nurse observes their preceptor giving the incorrect dosage of a medication to a patient.
Implementing the ethical principle veracity, what action would the new nurse take? -
<>Inform the charge nurse about what happened and document it.
What is the appropriate intervention for patients with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)?
- <>Mechanical ventilation
What is a common assessment finding in a patient with a tension pneumothorax? -
<>Distended neck veins
What is the current recommended dose of intravenous or intraosseous epinephrine in adult patients
with cardiac arrest? - <>1 mg every 3-5 minutes
What type of medication is used in the emergency care setting to help manage the symptoms of
alcohol withdrawal? - <>Benzodiazepines
A patient who is 27 weeks pregnant presents with painless bright red vaginal bleeding. What
condition correlates with the presenting symptoms? - <>Placenta Previa
A patient who is 32 weeks pregnant presents with a three-day history of headache and significant
swelling of the lower extremities and face. The patient's vital signs are BP: 160/90, HR: 105/min, RR:
19/min, Spo2: 94% on RA, Temp: 97.3 F. What medication do you anticipate the provider to order
FIRST? - <>Labetalol (Trandate®)
You are assessing a patient who had an altercation involving a clenched fist injury. You notice that
his right hand is swollen significantly with pain and bruising. What would you be MOST concerned
about for the patient? - <>Rheumatoid arthriti

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