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Pediatric Medications and Administrations NCLEX Practice Quiz (20 items)

Are you confident enough to pass the NCLEX? Answer this quiz about Pediatric medications and Administration to see how you score!

Endocrine Medications NCLEX Practice Quiz (20 items)

Now let’s test your knowledge about drugs associated with endocrine medical therapy.

Maternity and Newborn Medications NCLEX Practice Quiz (15 Items)

This 15-item questionnaire will test your knowledge about maternity and newborn medications. If you are preparing for the NCLEX then these questions can help.

Male Reproductive System Drugs

Drugs affecting the male reproductive system include androgens (male steroid hormones), anabolic steroids, and drugs that improve penile dysfunction.

Female Reproductive System Drugs

The female reproductive system works in a cyclical fashion and altering the components of this cycle can have a variety of effects to the body. Hormones and hormonal-like agents are primarily the drugs that affect the female reproductive system.

Neuromuscular Junction Blocking Agents

NMJ-blocking agents block nerve stimulation on muscle cells and cause paralysis of the muscles directly without total CNS depression and its many systemic effects.

General and Local Anesthetics

Anesthetics are drugs used to cause complete or partial loss of sensation.

Anxiolytic and Hypnotic Drugs

Anxiolytic-hypnotics agents are used to alter an individual’s responses to environmental stimuli. These agents are referred to as anxiolytics (prevent feelings of tension or fear), sedatives (help patient feel calm and unaware of their environment), and hypnotics (help patients sleep).

Psychotherapeutic Drugs

Study guide for psychotherapeutic agents: antipsychotics, neuroleptics, antimanic, and CNS stimulants. A simplified nursing pharmacology study guide.

Muscle Relaxants

Skeletal muscle relaxants are agents that can treat both temporary and permanent neuronal damage. They do this by interfering with the pain and spasm cycle.