Weekly Contest | NCLEX/HESI Question for July 22


Remember to take your time and read the entire question. If you have any questions or tips please participate in our NCLEX support forum.

*Help out other nurses and share why the incorrect answers are not the best choice*

July 22

You have completed today's NCLEX question! You %%RATING%% %%FORM%%

Submit your answer for a chance to win today's prize! To win, log in to your accountor register now.

Your answers are highlighted below.
A patient with suspected ulcers is scheduled for a diagnostic gastroscopy. During the insertion of the scope the patient experiences a vasovagal response. The nurse should expect all except:
The patient is given atropine before the procedure.
The patient’s pupils become dilated.
A patient has an increase in gastric secretions.
The patient has a decrease in heart rate.
Question 1 Explanation: 
The correct answer is (b). Stimulation of the vagus nerve does not dilate the pupils.
Once you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect. Get Results
There is 1 question to complete.

, , , ,

Skip to toolbar