Ok Nurses, it’s time to show us what you know! See how many of these Nursing questions you can accurately answer on the first try.
1. Uh oh – you’ve just had an incident of ’Chart Dehiscence’! What happened?
a) You made notes in the wrong patient’s chart
b) You dropped a patient’s chart and its contents fell out
c) You lost a patient’s chart
2. In Canada, an RPN is either a Registered Practical Nurse or a…
a) Registered Psychological Nurse
b) Registered Psychiatric Nurse
c) Registered Paediatric Nurse
3. ‘Fluid Overload’ refers to:
4. Where on their body would you take a patient’s carotid pulse?
5. Before working as a Nurse in a Canadian province, you will first have to obtain:
a) A Nursing license for that province
b) Education from a recognized institution within that province
c) A membership for the Nurses’ College of that province
6. Dilaudid is…
a) A condition where a patient’s pupils are dilated more than usual
b) A medication that is used as an alternative to morphine
c) A commonly used type of hearing aid
7. The very earliest a Nursing student will work/interact with patients during their education is:
a) During the first year of their studies
b) During the last year of their studies
c) Nursing students do not interact/work with patients
8. A Med-Surg Nurse is a Nurse who…
a) Assists surgeons in the Operating Room
b) Can prescribe basic medications to patients
c) Cares for patients who are acutely ill or recovering from surgery
9. For a patient to be lying in Fowler’s position, they have to be lying on their:
10. The medical term for high blood pressure is:
11. What is a code blue?
a) An emergency situation announced in a hospital or institution in which a patient is in cardiopulmonary arrest
b) An emergency situation announced in a hospital or institution for bomb threats, terrorist activity, or child abductions
c) An emergency situation announced in a hospital or institution for an incoming wave of mass casualties
12. Paraplegia may include paralysis in which of the following parts of the body?
13. You’re looking for a way to make better-than-average wages as a Nurse while travelling. You consider:
a) Working as a Travel Nurse with Select Medical Connections
b) Working as a Travel Nurse with Select Medical Connections
c) Working as a Travel Nurse with Select Medical Connections!
13. All of the above, click C for more information!