Safety and Infection Control NCLEX Practice Quiz (75 Questions)

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Welcome to your NCLEX practice quiz on Safety and Infection Control. According to the NCLEX-RN test plan, about 9 to 15% of questions will come from this subcategory that includes content about the “nurse‘s ability required to protect clients, families, and healthcare personnel from health and environmental hazards.” Good luck, and hope you will learn a lot from this quiz.

Safety and Infection Control Nursing Test Banks

For this nursing test bank, we have included 75 NCLEX practice questions related to the Safety and Infection Control subcategory divided into three sets. Patient safety and infection control are essential and vital components of quality nursing care. A nurse’s ability to think critically and use this knowledge in the delivery of nursing care is essential to the well-being of the patients.

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  • Read and understand each question before choosing the best answer. 
  • Since this is a review, answers and rationales are shown after you click on the "Check" button. 
  • There is no time limit, answer the questions at your own pace. 
  • Once all questions are answered, you'll be prompted to click the "Quiz Summary" button where you'll be shown the questions you've answered or placed under "Review". Click on the "Finish Quiz" button to show your rating. 
  • After the quiz, please make sure to read the questions and rationales again by click on the "View Questions" button. 
  • Comment us your thoughts, scores, ratings, and questions about the quiz in the comments section below!
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Safety and Infection Control NCLEX Practice Exam (Set 2: 25 Questions)

This is part 2 of our NCLEX practice questions for Safety and Infection Control.

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Paul Martin is a registered nurse with a bachelor of science in nursing since 2007. Having worked as a medical-surgical nurse for five years, he handled different kinds of patients and learned how to provide individualized care to them. Now, his experiences working in the hospital is carried over to his writings to help aspiring students achieve their goals. He is currently working as a nursing instructor and have a particular interest in nursing management, emergency care, critical care, infection control, and public health. As a writer at Nurseslabs, his goal is to impart his clinical knowledge and skills to students and nurses helping them become the best version of themselves and ultimately make an impact in uplifting the nursing profession.

4 thoughts on “Safety and Infection Control NCLEX Practice Quiz (75 Questions)”

  1. Please review question #5 in Safety and Infection Control NCLEX Practice Exam (Set 2: 25 Questions) I chose the correct answer which was cool air dryer and it was marked wrong. But in the rationales it had it correct. Thank you

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  2. in the first set of questions #16 about doing CPR. your rational for the answer being what it is states “The nurse should use the heel of one hand at the center of the chest, then place the heel of the other hand on top of the first hand and lace fingers together and give 30 compressions that are about 1” to 1½” deep.”

    this is actually incorrect. per the American Heart Association, depth of compression on children is about 2 inches. answer C is more correct than D. just think the answers should be worded better and rationale should be corrected in the depth.

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