Home PHARMACY EXAMS Math Prep Course Software training Evaluating Exam Qualifying Exam OSCE Tech Qualifying MCQ Tech Qualifying OSPE US FPGEE US NAPLEX NURSING EXAMS CPNRE - RPN NCLEX-RN CSMLS & OSMT EXAMS CSMLS Exam OSMT Exam TESTIMONIALS CONTACT JOBS Home PHARMACY EXAMS Math Prep Course Software training Evaluating Exam Qualifying Exam OSCE Tech Qualifying MCQ Tech Qualifying OSPE US FPGEE US NAPLEX NURSING EXAMS CPNRE - RPN NCLEX-RN NURSING EXAMS CSMLS Exam OSMT Exam TESTIMONIALS CONTACT JOBS Menu Care of a Client with a Tube Sample Questions 1. Initial nursing intervention when the nasogastric tube is not draining? A. Pull tube out 2 inches B. Check tube for possible kinking C. Remove and reinsert the tube D. Report findings to the physician. Answer Ans: B First check the tube for kinking. 2. How to determine tube placement after insertion of nasogastric tube? A. Aspirate the tube. B. Keeping the end of the tube at the face to check the patient breathing C. Aspirate the tube and check the pH of that contents D. Check the x -ray. Answer Ans: D Initially do x-ray. 3. Mitchell has a nasogastric tube for aspiration, the health care provider advised to remove the nasogastric tube. The practical nurse is removing the tube. Which is not correct method? A. Ask the patient take deep breath and hold. B. Remove the tube slowly and evenly C. Coil the tube around the hand while removing it. D. Remove the tube at a time. Answer Ans: D The client tube should be removing slowly, evenly, the course of 3 to 6 seconds. Saunders: pg 193.