Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing (RNC-NIC) Certification Exam Unofficial Review Questions and Answers

Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing (RNC-NIC) Certification Exam Unofficial Review Questions and Answers 2016/17 Edition focusing on General Assessment and Management

There are several areas of knowledge to be tested on the NIC examination. However, the major focus is on General Assessment and Management and Pathophysiologic States. Psychosocial Behavioral States and Professional Issues are also covered.

These are the knowledge domains of the exam:

General Assessment and Management
– Maternal History and Risk Factor
– Gestational Age (At Birth)
– Physical Assessment
– Resuscitation and Stabilization
– Fluids and Electrolytes
– Nutrition and Feeding
– Oxygenation and Acid Base Homeostasis
– Thermoregulation
– Pharmacology
– Developmental Care

Assess & Manage Pathophysiologic States
– Cardiac
– Respiratory
– Gastrointestinal
– Genitourinary
– Hematopoietic
– Neurological/Neuromuscular
– Infectious Diseases
– Metabolic/Endocrine
– Genetic Disorders
– Head, Eye, Ear, Nose Throat

Assess and Manage Psychosocial/ Behavioral States
– Discharge Planning and Follow up
– Grieving Process
– Family Integration

Professional Issues

This product primarily covers General Assessment and Management. 

We create these self-practice test questions module referencing the principles and concepts currently valid in the corresponding specialization. Each question comes with an answer and a short explanation which aids you in seeking further study information. For purpose of exam readiness drilling, this product includes questions that have varying numbers of choices. Some have 2 while some have 5 or 6. We want to make sure these questions are tough enough to really test your readiness and draw your focus to the weak areas. You should use this product together with other study resources for the best possible exam prep coverage.

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