Tuesday, 14 June 2016

NCLEX Practice Question - Thyroidectomy Treatment

NCLEX Practice Question - ThyroidectomyTreatment

NCLEX Study Guide about Thyroidectomy Treatment

These nursing exam questions and NCLEX RN Exam review questions of Thyroidectomy Treatment are for NCLEX Exams and for those Students who wants to appear in nursing examination of PN . These Nursing Exam Question are placed here as NCLEX Study Guide for preparation of NCLEX practice questions and NCLEX Exam

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In a Operation Theater a client had a total thyroidectomy 24 hours ago. That client is now complaining of tingling around the mouth and in the fingers and toes. What would the nurses’ next action be?
  • 1- Obtain a crash cart.
  • 2- Check the calcium level.
  • 3- Assess the dressing for drainage.
  • 4- Assess the blood pressure for hypertension

Answer 2 for this NCLEX Question is correct.

Rationale of This NCLEX Question

The duty of parathyroid glands is production of calcium and it can be damaged during a thyroidectomy. The tingling can be due to low calcium levels. The crash cart would be needed in respiratory distress but would not be the next action to take, so answer 1 is not correct. Hypertension occurs in thyroid storm and the drainage would occur in hemorrhage due to this other answers 3 and 4 are also incorrect.


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