2021 NCLEX-RN Nursing Exam Review

Course Description:
This course serves as an educational tool, competency evaluation and NCLEX review. This course DOES NOT license any individual to perform or act within the role of a registered or licensed professional nurse.

The licensing agencies for each state or Board of Nursing has in place approved curriculum guidelines or examination requirements.

This course can serve in a variety of purposes:

·      NCLEX Board of Nursing Exam and Review
·      Competency evaluation for foreign trained nurses
·      Prerequisite for admission to Nursing School
·      Provides 8 continuing education contact hours
·      300 questions
·      85% passing successful completion
·      Score is immediately available with completion
·      Certificate of Course Completion available with successful course completion


Course Goals and Objectives:

·      Prepare for successful completion for Board of Nursing NCLEX-RN Exam
·      Provide nurse refresher courses
·      Provide competency evaluation for foreign trained nurses (trained outside of the US)
·      Provide as a prerequisite or screening tool for those desiring to enter an accredited nursing program
·      Prepare nursing students for clinical rotations


Course Topics and Content:

·      Preparing for the NCLEX Exam
·      Introduction to NCLEX and the Board of Nursing
·      Nursing 101
·      Vital signs and normal perimeters 
·      Urine output
·      Hygiene
·      Comfort measure
·      Pain assessment
·      Physical assessment
·      CSM- circulation, sensation, motor function or movement
·      Neurological assessment
·      Signs of patient deterioration or demise
·      Shock and vascular access in shock
·      Med-Surg topics
·      Surgical consideration
·      Vascular access
·      IV solutions
·      Fluid and electrolyte
·      Renal
·      Oncology
·      Endocrine
·      Blood and blood component replacement and transfusions
·      Estimating blood loss
·      Blood transfusion reaction identification
·      Whole blood and Packed Red Blood Cells
·      Platelets
·      Fresh Frozen Plasma
·      Hepatitis
·      Gastrointestinal conditions
·      Gastrointestinal bleeding
·      Ulcers
·      Abdominal assessment
·      Ileus
·      Chron's disease
·      Ileostomy
·      Diverticulitis
·      Pancreatitis
·      Appendicitis
·      Cholecystitis
·      Nasogastric (NG Tube)
·      Dehydration
·      Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
·      Surgical wound care
·      Wound vacs
·      Surgical complications
·      Surgical sequential compression devices
·      Infection
·      Sepsis
·      Pulmonary embolism
·      Telemetry
·      Stroke
·      Chest pain
·      Pneumonia
·      Breath sounds and assessment
·      Resuscitation basics
·      AED Automated External Defibrillators in healthcare setting and beyond
·      Airway and oxygen delivery devices
·      Bag valve mask ventilations
·      Arterial blood gases
·      Intubation
·      Medication administration
·      Medication calculations
·      Allergic reactions and anaphylaxis
·      EpiPen or Epi administration
·      Medication review
·      Controlled substances
·      The use of Narcan
·      Opioid considerations
·      PCA (patient-controlled analgesia) pumps
·      Digoxin
·      Lasix
·      Beta blockers
·      Calcium channel blockers
·      Coumadin and anti-coagulants
·      Potassium
·      Insulin
·      Orthopedic emergencies
·      Falls
·      Spinal immobilization
·      Loss of consciousness
·      Compartment syndrome
·      Burns and considerations
·      Psychological 
·      Suicidal patients
·      OB/GYN
·      Pregnancy
·      OB and delivery
·      APGAR scoring
·      Eclampsia
·      Prolapsed cord
·      HELLP Syndrome
·      Newborn assessment
·      Newborn respiratory assessment
·      The American Heart Association and their role in resuscitation
·      Developmental stages
·      Cognitive changes
·      SBAR for reporting information
·      Inter-facility transfers
·      Documentation 
·      Sentinel events
·      Medical equipment failure and reporting
·      Consideration for nurse patient staffing ratios
·      The role of Rapid Response or Medical Assessment Teams
·      Critical thinking scenarios
·      
Chest tubes

Course Completion includes the following:

IMG-CertificateOfCompletion

Course completion certificate available upon successful course completion (available online immediately after course completion)

Course Fee: $125.50



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