A) The number of persons in a population who develop Hepatitis B during a specific period of time
B) The total number of persons in a population who have Hepatitis B at a particular time
C) The percentage of deaths resulting from Hepatitis B during a specific time
D) The occurrence of Hepatitis B in the population at a particular time
dilated at 5 cm and 50% effacement
Your response was"A". The correct answer is B: A multigravida with station at -1, contractions at 15 minutes
apart with duration of 30 seconds, cervix dilated at 3 cm, and 10% effacement When the station of -1 or -2 is
present and the water breaks, the risk is greater for a prolapsed cord.
Your response was"A". The correct answer is A: MMR
Medical management of Kawasaki involves administration of immunoglobulins. Measles, mumps, rubella
(MMR) is a live virus vaccine. Following administration of immunoglobulins, live vaccines should be held due
to possible interference with the body''s ability to form antibodies
A) Growth retardation is evident
B) Multiple anomalies are identified
C) Cranial facial abnormalities are noted
D) Prune belly syndrome is suspected
B) Rejection of parents
C) Frustration with adults
D) Assertion of control
Your response was"A". The correct answer is D: Assertion of control Negativism is a normal behavior in
toddlers. The nurse must be aware that this behavior is an important sign of the child''s progress from
dependency to autonomy and independence.
A) Impaired skin integrity related to dependent edema
B) Activity intolerance related to oxygen supply and demand imbalance
C) Constipation related to immobility
D) Risk for infection related to ineffective mobilization of secretions
A) Capillary refill less than 3 seconds
B) Pale mucous membranes
C) Respirations 36 breaths per minute
D) Complaints of fatigue when ambulating
hemoglobin and hematocrit are normal for an adult female, addition assessments should be normal.
Capillary refill is "normal" assessment data.
A) Observation during the visit of no evidence of weapons in the home
B) Prior to the visit, review client's record for any previous entries about violence
C) Remain alert at all times and leave if cues suggest the home is not safe
D) Carry a cell phone, pager and/or hand held alarm for emergencies
No person or equipment can guarantee nurses'' safety, although the risk of violence
can be minimized. Before making initial visits, review referral information carefully and have a plan to
communicate with agency staff. Schedule appointments with clients. When driving into an area for the first
time, note potential hazards and sources of assistance. Become acquainted with neighbors. Be alert and confident while parking the car, walking to the client''s door, making the visit, walking back to the car, and driving away. LISTEN to clients. If they tell you to leave, do so
A) the airway to become narrow and obstructs airflow."
B) air to be trapped in the lungs because the airways are dilated."
C) the nerves that control respiration to become hyperactive."
D) a decrease in the stress hormones which prevents the airways from opening."
Your response was"A". The correct answer is A: the airway to become narrow and obstructs airflow." Asthma is defined as airway obstruction or a narrowing that is characterized by bronchial irritability after exposure to various stimuli
A) Inspect the skin
B) Auscultate breath sounds
C) Evaluate muscle strength
D) Investigate elimination patterns
Your response was"A". The correct answer is A: Inspect the skin. A characteristic sign of rubeola is Koplik
spots (small red spots with a bluish white center). These are found on the buccal mucosa about 2 days
before and after the onset of the measles rash.
A child who has unusual neurologic signs or symptoms, neuropathy, footdrop, or anemia that cannot be
attributed to other causes may be suffering from lead poisoning. This most often occurs when a child ingests
or inhales paint chips from lead-based paint or dust from remodeling in older buildings.
A) A middle aged woman with asthma and diabetes mellitus Type 1 has a BP of 150/94
B) A middle aged woman with a history of two prior vaginal term births is 2 cm dilated
C) A young woman wo is a grand multipara has cervical dilation of 4 cm and 50% effaced
The correct answer is D: An adolescent who is 18 weeks pregnant has a
report of no fetal heart tones and coughing up frothy sputum This client has an actual complication. The
others present with findings of potential complications
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