A 90-item examination about Medical-Surgical Nursing covering topics like: Perioperative Nursing, Diagnostic Procedures, Melamine Contamination, Leukemia, Breast Cancer, Radiation Therapy and among others.
This 100-item examination covers most disease in Medical-Surgical Nursing. It does have a handful of questions about Emergency Nursing, HIV/AIDS, and Anemia. This exam will test your wits about the concepts behind Medical-Surgical Nursing. Take this exam if you are preparing for your NCLEX or NLE.
This 100-item examination is all about Perioperative Nursing which is the care of patients under surgery. Concepts tied to surgery like pain management, assessment, anesthesia and more are also found in this exam.
This is a 500-item Medical-Surgical Nursing reviewer. Please do not use this exam as quiz because the correct answers are always the first option. Use this to familiarize yourself on the different questions that may come out in your exam.
This exam can give you a migraine or a headache. Take our 34-item examination traversing the disorders of the Neurological System. If you are taking the board examination or nurse board examination or even the NCLEX, then this practice exam is for you.
Challenge your nursing knowledge about the concepts of Gastroenterology Nursing with this 50-item examination. This can help you improve and review your knowledge about the vast world of Medical-Surgical Nursing. Through these challenging questions, you can review for your NCLEX or NLE.
Take this 30-item examination that will review and challenge your knowledge about emergency nursing! Feel the rush and raucousness (not guaranteed) of of the ER department in these questions that will absolutely traumatize you.
This is a Medical-Surgical Nursing exam that has questions about pregnancy, Community Health Nursing, and Psychiatric Nursing. Sometimes in the Nurse Licensure Exam, questions about different topics not related to the question set may pop up. This 80-item exam prepares you for that.
The Transcultural Nursing Theory or Culture Care Theory by Madeleine Leininger involves knowing and understanding different cultures with respect to nursing and health-illness caring practices, beliefs and values with the goal to provide meaningful and efficacious nursing care services to people according to their cultural values and health-illness context.