Urinary Disorders NCLEX Practice Quiz (150 Questions)

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Here are your NCLEX practice questions for urinary system disorders. In this nursing test bank, test your nursing knowledge on the nursing care management of patients with renal disorders.

Urinary Disorders Nursing Test Bank

This nursing test bank set includes 150 NCLEX-style practice questions for urinary system disorders. Included topics are kidney transplant, acute kidney disease, chronic renal failure, acute glomerulonephritis, peritoneal dialysis, prostatectomy, renal calculi, urinary tract infection, and more. All questions on this set are updated to give you the most challenging questions, along with insightful rationales to reinforce learning.

Quizzes included in this guide are:

  1. Urinary Disorders NCLEX Practice | Quiz #1: 50 Questions
  2. Urinary Disorders NCLEX Practice | Quiz #2: 50 Questions
  3. Urinary Disorders NCLEX Practice | Quiz #3: 50 Questions

Quiz guidelines:

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  1. Comprehend each item. Read and understand each question before choosing the best answer. The exam has no time limit so that you can make sense of each item at your own pace.
  2. Review your answers. Once you’re done with all the questions, you’ll be redirected to the Quiz Summary table, where you’ll be able to review which questions you’ve answered or may have skipped. Review your answers once more before pressing the Finish Quiz button.
  3. Read the rationales. After you have reviewed your answers, click on the Finish Quiz button to record your answers and show your score. Click on the View Questions button to review the quiz and read through the rationales for each question.
  4. Let us know your feedback! Comment us your thoughts, scores, ratings, and questions about the quiz in the comments section below.
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Urinary Disorders NCLEX Practice | Quiz #1: 50 Questions

Welcome to your first set of NCLEX practice questions for urinary system disorders.

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  • Question 28 asks about the 2nd stage of AKI which they refer to be the diuretic stage. Was the 1st stage, onset, left out or is it not accounted for when counting the stages?

    • I came to the comment section once I got to this exact question. The second stage should be oliguria less than 400/mL day

  • Question 28 is incorrect. There is the onset stage, oliguric, diuretic and recovery. Sometimes the oliguric stage is skipped, however, but the 4 stages are as I listed.

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