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    • 1 May 2018

    Major updates to Learning Extension’s NCLEX-RN review course

    NCSBN Learning Extension has launched version 9 of its NCLEX-RN review course. Features include:  
    • Restructured content to support self-directed learning
    • Interactive & mobile friendly
    • 1,500+ NCLEX-style questions
    • Activities to help retention
    • Content supporting different learning styles (audio, visual & kinesthetic)
    As a courtesy, all students with an existing active NCLEX-RN Review version 8 also have access to the new version 9 for remainder of their subscription.
     
 

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Question of the week for 07.23.18
The nurse is caring for a client who had a myocardial infarction the day before. The nurse is administering morning medications which include: metoprolol/ Lopressor 50 mg orally aspirin 81 mg orally clopidogrel/ Plavix 75 mg orally The client's vital signs read: blood pressure 110/80, heart rate 44 bpm, respiratory rate 18 per minute, and temperature 99 F degrees orally. Which of the following would be the most appropriate action?






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