NRNP-6565 Final Exam Questions and Answers

NRNP-6565 Final Exam Questions and Answers

Question 1

The Influenza vaccine should be given annually. True or False?





Question 2

A 32 y/o female comes to the clinic for what she describes as “a dark-colored urine.” During the exam, the NP uses a urine dipstick to test for blood in the urine. Since the result had so many false negative and false positive indicators, the next step would be: NRNP-6565 Final Exam Questions and Answers



Urinalysis with microscopy
Urine culture
Referral to urologist
Cystoscopic examination of bladder


Question 3

A 35 year-old woman is seen with complaints of vaginal itching, burning, and discharge.  On potassium hydroxide (KOH) wet mount of vaginal discharge, the clinician notices hyphae.  Which of the following treatments would be appropriate?

Estrogen vaginal cream


Question 4

A 32 y/o female comes to the clinic for what she describes as “a dark-colored urine.” During the exam, the NP uses a urine dipstick to test for blood in the urine. In reading the results, he/she discovers the following false negative readings characterized by all the following except:

High concentration of ascorbic acid
High specific gravity
Prolonged exposure of dipstick to air before testing


Question 5

Hemoglobin A1C is the average glucose level of what length of time?

1 month
2 months
3 months
4 months


Question 7

A 36-year-old reports to clinic with complaints of a cough for over 2 weeks. The patient has a history of asthma. The patient is wheezing and has a fever. The patient O2 sat is 95%. You would expect the NP to treat the patient with NRNP-6565 Final Exam Questions and Answers

a. Nebulizer treatment, inhaler, steroid, and antibiotic
b. Refer for emergency hospitalization
c. Nebulizer treatment only
d. IV steroid only


Question 18

Bupropion (Wellbutrin) is contraindicated in patients with anorexia/bulimia because of the potential for increasing the seizure threshold.




Question 19

Patients with bipolar disorder may have all the following except:

 Lower rates of substance abuse
 A & B only


Question 55

Bacterial vaginosis has all the following signs/symptoms except:

Fish-like odor
Milk-like discharge
Non-itchy vulva
Red vulvovaginal


Question 56

The NP recognizes that the increased presence of which of the following ina  urinalysis indicates the presence of bacteria or protein, which is seen in severe renal disease and could also indicate urinary calculi?





Question 57

A 25-year-old patient states that he is on an HMO plan. The nurse practitioner (NP) stands for

a. Home Management Organizations
b. Health Management Organizations
c. Health Movement Organizations
d. Health Maintenance Organizations


Question 58

Mr. Reynolds is a 66 year old male who is a Pastor of a church.  He informs you that he has just returned from a 6 month missionary trip to South Africa.  He reports unremitting cough, hemoptysis, and an unintentional weight loss of 10 pounds over the last month.  These symptoms should prompt the clinician to suspect:

Legionnaires’ Disease


Question 59

Hillary is an 18 y/o Caucasian who comes to the clinic with a chief complaint of hirsutism, acne, and amenorrhea. Her most likely diagnosis is:

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Ovarian cancer


Question 60

Abby is a 63 y/o patient who is known to have atrial fibrillation and has been on Coumadin for 2 years. Her INR is 2.4. This ratio is considered:



Question 61

As the NP prepares to manage a patient with Anemia, the NP knows that The pathophysiological hallmark of Anemia of Chronic Disease is:

Depleted iron stores
Chronic uncorrectable bleeding
Impaired ability to use iron stores
Reduced intestinal absorption of iron


Question 65

The ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses contains

a. State laws and regulations for practice
b. The goals, values and ethical precepts that direct the profession of nursing
c. Liaison language between the patient and organization
d. Negotiable language  NRNP-6565 Final Exam Questions and Answers


Question 66

  1. pylori is a common cause of both duodenal and gastric ulcers.




Question 74

Mr. Johnson is a 50 year old male who is a truck driver.  He presents with concerns of possible kidney stones.  Common symptoms of kidney stones include all of the following except:



 marked febrile response
pink, red, or brown urine
sharp pain in the back or lower abdomen
 pain while urinating NRNP-6565 Final Exam Questions and Answers