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SITUATION: Two children were brought to you.

One with chest indrawing and


the other had diarrhea.

1. Using the integrated Management of Childhood illness approach, how


would you classify the 1st child?

a. Bronchopneumonia
b. No pneumonia cough or colds
c. Sever pneumonia
d. Pneumonia

2. The 1st child who is 13 months has fast breathing. Using IMCI parameters
he has:

a. 40 breaths per minute or more


b. 50 breaths per minute or more
c. 30 breaths per minute or more
d. 60 breaths per minute or more

3. Nene the second child has diarrhea for 5 days. There is no blood in the
stool. She is irritable and her eyes are sunken. The nurse offered fluids
and the child drinks eagerly. How would you classify Nene’s illness?

a. Some dehydration
b. Dysentery
c. No dehydration
d. Severe dehydration

4. Nene’s treatment should include the following EXCEPT:

a. Reassess the child and classify him for dehydration


b. For infants under 6 months old who are not breastfed, give 100-200 ml of
clean water as well during this period
c. Give in the health center the recommended amount of ORS for 4 hours.
d. Do not give any other foods to the child for home treatment

5. While on treatment, Nene 18 months old weighed 18 kg and her


temperature registered at 370C. Her mother says she developed cough 3
days ago. Nene has no general danger signs. She has 45 breaths per
minute, no chest indrawing, no stridor. How would you classify Nene’s
manifestations?
a. No pneumonia
b. Sever pneumonia
c. Pneumonia
d. Bronchopneumonia
SITUATION: Baby Gem, 3 months old, is brought to the health center for
consultation because of fever and cough. You suspect that Baby Gem has a
respiratory infection.

6. If you assess Baby Gem which of the following is/are important question’s
that you would ask her mother?

a. “Is Baby Gem feeding well?”


b. “Is Baby Gem able to drink?”
c. “Did Baby Gem had convulsions during the present illness?”
d. A and C only

7. It is important to assess Baby Gem breathing. You would know that she
has fast breathing if her RR is:

a. 40 breaths/min
b. 60 breaths/min
c. 65 breaths/min
d. 50 breaths/min

8. Baby Gem has fast breathing. The nurse knows that this is a sign of

a. No pneumonia
b. Pneumonia
c. Severe Pneumonia
d. Very Severe Disease

9. Based on the IMCI protocol, Baby Gem belongs to what row?

a. Pink
b. Yellow
c. Green
d. Red

10. If baby Gem has stridor, what is the classification?

a. No Pneumonia: Cough and Cold


b. Pneumonia
c. Very Severe Disease
d. Severe Pneumonia

SITUATION: Bebe is 4 years old. She is lethargic. Her mother brought her to
the health center because of diarrhea for 5 days. She does not have cough and
fever. She does not have an ear problem. The nurse assesses Bebe’s diarrhea.
Bebe is lethargic. She has sunken eyes. When the abdomen was pinched, it
went back to its original state very slowly.
11. The nurse will classify Bebe as having:

a. Diarrhea with some dehydration


b. Dehydration with severe dehydration
c. Severe persistent diarrhea
d. Dysentery

12. What will the nurse do first?

a. Refer Bebe urgently to a hospital


b. Find out of IV therapy can be provided to Bebe
c. Give Vitamin A
d. Prevent lowering of blood sugar level

13. What treatment plan is appropriate for Bebe?

a. Plan A
b. Plan B
c. Plan C
d. Plan D

14. The nurse started an IV infusion. What IV solution is recommended?

a. Plain Normal saline


b. Normosol
c. Ringer’s lactate solution
d. Dextrose 5% in water

15. The nurse reassess Bebe after 1 hour. Skin pinch returns back very
slowly. Bebe is no longer lethargic. What is the next thing that the nurse
will do?

a. Refer Bebe urgently to the hospital


b. Give appropriate antibiotic
c. Give IV drip more rapidly
d. Give vitamin A

SITUATION: Cruzita, 2 ½ years old was classified by Nurse Marimar as having


Pneumonia, fever, not very low weight in her initial visit.

16. The nurse observes what sign that led to the classification of
PNEUMONIA?

a. Abnormally sleepy
b. Stridor
c. Chest indrawing
d. Fast breathing

17. Which of the following is the treatment for Cruzita’s pneumonia?

a. Refer urgently to a hospital


b. Give amoxicillin
c. Give cotrimoxazole
d. Start IV therapy

18. Nurse Marimar teaches Cruzita’s mother on how to give oral drugs at
home. Which of the following must not be observed?

a. Determine the appropriate drugs and dosage for the child’s age and
weight
b. Tell the mother reason for giving the drug to the child
c. Demonstrate how to measure a dose
d. Instruct the mother to give the first dose at home

19. Does Cruzita live in a malaria-risk area?

a. Yes
b. No
c. There is no data mentioned
d. Probably

20. Cruzita’s mother brought Cruzita after 5 days. She said that Cruzita still
has cough and breathing is still fast. She said that Cruzita sometimes still
feels hot. What will be Nurse Marimar’s next action?

a. Refer to the hospital


b. Continue antibiotic for 1 more week
c. Add another antibiotic
d. Change to second line antibiotic

SITUATION: Zorayda, 2 weeks old, was brought by her mother to the health
clinic for check up. Her mother said that the umbilicus is infected. Jolina, the
nurse at the clinic assessed her for possible serious bacterial infection.

21. What should Jolina asked first?

a. Is the infant able to breastfeed?


b. Has the infant had convulsions?
c. Is there blood in the stool?
d. For how long has the child had it?
22. The following are signs of a possible serious bacterial infection EXCEPT:

a. grunting
b. nasal flaring
c. abnormal movement
d. sunken fontanelle

23. Jolina looked at Zorayda’s umbilicus. There was redness, there was pus
draining from it. There was no redness noted in the surrounding skin.
Jolina will classify Zorayda as having:

a. Possible serious bacterial infection


b. Local bacterial infection
c. Very severe disease
d. All of the above

24. What treatment will Jolina institute?

a. Give first dose of intramuscular antibiotics; treat the infant to prevent


lowering of blood sugar level; advise the mother on ho to keep the infant
warm; urgent referral
b. Give an appropriate oral antibiotic; treat the local infection in the health
center and teach the mother how to treat local infections at home; advise
the mother on home care; follow up in 2 days
c. Give the first dose of an appropriate antibiotic; Give vitamin A; Treat the
child to prevent lowering of blood sugar level; Refer the child urgently to
the hospital
d. Any of the above treatment is applicable

25. what is used to treat umbilical infection at home based on IMCI protocol?

a. alcohol and hydrogen peroxide


b. alcohol and tincture of iodine
c. alcohol and gentian violet
d. alcohol and povidone iodine

SITUATION: Jimboy, 9 months old was classified as:

NO PNEUMONIA: COUGH AND COLDS


FEVER: MALARIA UNLIKELY
ACUTE EAR INFECTION
VERY LOW WEIGHT FOR AGE

26. Does Jimboy live in malaria-infested area?


a. yes
b. no
c. there is no data mentioned
d. probably

27. Jimboy’s mother said that he was coughing for more than 30 days. What
will the nurse advise her?

a. Give antibiotics for two weeks


b. Refer to a hospital for reassessment
c. Advise her to buy a nebulizer
d. Soothe the throat and relieve the cough with cough syrups

28. The nurse taught Jimboy’s mother to soothe the throat and relieve the
cough with a safe remedy. Which of the following are safe remedies
based on IMCI protocol?

1. nasal decongestants
2. breast milk
3. SLK syrup
4. Throat lozenges
5. water and salt solution
6. topical rubs

a. 1, 2 and 3
b. 2 and 3
c. 1, 3 and 6
d. 1, 4 and 6

29. What is the first line antibiotic for acute ear infection?

a. amoxicillim
b. cotrimoxazole
c. nalidixic acid
d. chloramphenicol

30. What is given if the weight is very low?

a. Albendazole
b. Iron
c. Vitamin A
d. Cotrimoxazole

Situation: Grendel, 16 months old was brought to the clinic by her grandmother.
He was classified as:
NO PNEUMONIA: COUGH AND COLDS
DIARRHEA WITH NO DEHYDRATION
VERY LOW WEIGHT FOR AGE

The nurse asked his grandmother some questions to assess his care for
development. His grandmother says that his parents does not play with Grendel
since they are both working. Grendels’ brother sometimes play with him. His
grandmother said that she is too old to play with a child. She just takes care of
Grendels’ feeding, dressing and grooming. The nurse asked the grandmother if
she talks to grendel. The grandmother said “I do not do much talking.”

31. Does Grendel need a feeding assessment?

a. Yes
b. No
c. Probably
d. No data available

32. The nurse will identify what care for development problem?

a. The child has no toys to play with


b. The child is not responsding
c. The grandmother does not know what the child does to play
d. The child is being raised by someone other than the mother

33. What toys are recommended for Grendel?

a. Safe household things to handle, bang and drop


b. Story and coloring books
c. Large colorful things for child to reach out
d. Things to stack up, put into containers and take out

34. The nurse should advise the grandmother to:

a. Teach Grendel stories, song and games


b. Ask Grendel simple questions and respond to Grendel’s attempt to talk
c. Respond to Grendel’s sound and interests
d. All of the above

35. Which of the following is recommended for Grendel’s food and fluid
intake?

a. Taho, Boiled saba, banana, yellow camote, peanuts two times a day
b. Lugaw with oil, mashed vegetables or beans, steamed tokwa, flaked fish 5
times a day if not breastfed.
c. Chicken, monggo, dilis, camote, potato, and other fruits and vegetables
five times a day
d. Do not give any other food or fluids except for breastmilk substitute

SITUATION: Pumba, 12 months old, has no general danger signs. He was


classified to have Diarrhea with some dehydration; persistent diarrhea; not very
low weight for age; immunization history: BCG, DPT1, DPT2, OPV1, OPV2.
Vitamin A given 2 months ago.

36. Pumba has which of the following signs to be classified as having some
dehydration?

a. abnormally sleepy and difficult to awaken; sunken eyes; piched skin goes
back very slowly
b. drinking poorly; sunken eyes; skin pinch goes back very slowly
c. Restless and irritable, thirsty; pinched skin goes back immediately
d. Drinking eagerly, skin pinch goes back slowly

37. Pumba was classified as having dysentery because he has:

a. sunken eyes
b. mucus in the stool
c. blood in the stool
d. all of the above

38. Pumba’s diarrhea has been existing for how many days?

a. 5 days
b. 7 days or more
c. 10 days or more
d. 14 days or more

39. What immunization will be given to Pumba?

a. None
b. Hepa B1
c. Measles
d. Hepa B1, Measles

40. Will the Nurse give Pumba Vitamin A

a. Yes
b. No
c. C. Yes but during their follow up visit
d. It depends on the mother
SITUATION: Chucky, 7 weeks old, is brought to the clinic because of diarrhea.
He is classified as having some dehydration. He has no other serious
classification. He had BCG and Hepa B1.

41. Will the nurse refer Chucky to the hospital?

a. No
b. Yes
c. It depends on the mother
d. No adequate data

42. The nurse initiated Treatment Plan B. Which of the following describes
this treatment plan?

a. Counsel the mother regarding the three rules of home treatment for
diarrhea
b. Give in the health center the recommended amount of ORS over a 4-hour
period
c. Intravenous administration of fluids
d. Use of nasogastric tube for rehydration

43. What immunization must be given to Chucky?

a. Hepa B2
b. DPT 1, OPV 1
c. Measles
d. Both A & B

44. Chuckie’s mother expressed her concern about giving Chucky the
immunization. She said that Chucky is dehydrated and the vaccine may
worsen the diarrhea. What is the nurse’s best response?

a. “It is ok. Just bring Chucky when his condition improves.”


b. “There is no harm in trying. Anyway, he is on Plan B.”
c. “It is not contraindicated to immunize when the child has diarrhea. This
will give him additional protection.”
d. “I will just write “refused” in his chart.”

45. Which of the following statement is correct?

a. Do not give any vaccine to the child with fever


b. Do not give BCG to a child who is born premature
c. Do not give DPT to a child who had a history of convulsions
d. All of the above
SITUATION: The nurse assessed Chucky’s breastfeeding. The mother offered
Chucky her left breast. The nurse observed that Chuck’s mouth was not wide
open. His chin was touching the mother’s breast. Lower lip is pushed forward.
Equal amount of areola is present above than below. Chucky made rapid sucks.

46. From the data above, Chucky has:

a. good attachment
b. no attachment at all
c. no signs of inadequate feeding
d. no active feeding

47. Chucky was classified as:

a. Possible serious bacterial infection


b. Feeding problem
c. No feeding problem
d. Low weight for age

48. For an infant to suck effectively, the infant should have:

a. Rapid sucking
b. Deep continuous sucking
c. Slow deep sucks, sometimes pausing
d. On and off sucking

SITUATION: Perfecto, 4 years old was classified as having SEVER DENGUE


HEMORRHAGIC FEVER.

49. Perfecto has which of the following signs:

a. running nose
b. positive blood smear
c. positive tourniquet test
d. all of the above

50. What should not be given to children with a classification of sever dengue
hemorrhagic fever?

a. cotrimoxazole
b. aspirin
c. paracetamol
d. ORS
51. IMCI as a strategy deals with managing different common childhood
illnesses. It is a/an ___________effort conducted by DOH,APSOM,
ADCPN, CHED

a. coordinated
b. collaborative
c. integrated
d. all of the above

52. To assess whether the child has stridor, it is best to:

a. listen to the child’s breath during breathing in


b. listen when the child is calm
c. place your ear near the child’s mouth and listen for harsh sound
d. All of the above

53. When a child and the mother arrives at the health center, it is important to
know how long has the child had cough or difficulty of breathing to
correctly assess for:

a. pneumonia
b. asthma
c. TB
d. All of the above

54. The objective of IMCI

a. reduce global mortality/morbidity of childhood illnesses


b. contribute to healthy grown and development of children
c. a only
d. both a and b

Situation: Integrated Management of Childhoof Illness (IMCI) is a strategy used


in providing holistic health care services among the under five-year-old children
ranging from the detailed history taking, physical examination, diagnosis and
treatment of disease and conditions. Below are questions related to IMCI.

55. If the child has pneumonia, the mother is instructed to return to the health
center after:
a. one day
b. two days
c. 30 days
d. 14 days
56. a 1 ½ year old child who is being formula fed has persistent diarrhea. On
assessment, the child is actively playing and alert. The nurse instructs the
mother to do all except:

a. Replace formula with yoghurt


b. Give the child nutrient rich semi solid food such as mashed banana
c. Make the child drink more water
d. Give the child 400-700 ml Oresol to be taken within 4 hours

57. Dolor brought her 2 year old daughter to the health center because of 2
days cough and 3 days cold. On assessment, the nurse counted the
child’s respiration to 56 BPM. Based on this finding, the following
statements are true and applicable:

a. The child has pneumonia


b. The child has to be referred to the hospital immediately
c. Soothe the throat and relieve cough with a safe remedy
d. The child can be treated at home

a. A, B, C
b. A, C, D
c. B, C
d. C, D

58. To check for the skin turgor of a child having diarrhea, the nurse will:

a. Pinch the child’s abdomen


b. Apply pressure on the skin at the foot area
c. Pinch the child’s outer upper arm
d. Look for sunken eyes

59. When a sick infant or child is brought to the health center for consultation,
the initial action of the nurse is to assess for danger signs which include
checking the following except:

a. Is the child able to drink or breastfeed


b. Does the child vomit everything
c. Has the child had convulsions
d. Is the child passing watery stool frequently

60. An 8 month old infant is having fast breathing if his respiration is:

a. 30 BPM
b. 40 BPM
c. 50 BPM
d. 60 BPM
61. Johny Boy, 3 years old, was brought to the RHU by her mother because of
diarrhea. On assessment, the child is playful and alert. Which of the
following will you not advise the boy’s mother?

a. Boil water for formula for 15-30 minutes


b. Stop giving milk as it worsens diarrhea
c. Tell the mother she can give the child banana to eat
d. Instruct the mother to return the child to the RHU after 3 days

SITUATION: The following questions pertain to nursing interventions for a child


with diarrhea.

62. It is utilized in the extensive case management of diarrhea to reduce


mortality rate in children?
a. Oral rehydration solution
b. Oral rehydration therapy
c. Proper waste disposal
d. Improper wearing practices

63. What is the primary objective of the CDD advocated by DOH?

a. To reduce mortality from diarrhea


b. Environmental sanitation
c. Maternal and child health
d. Promote breastfeeding

64. What is the primary prevention for CDD advocated by DOH that is
effective and affordable?

a. Fluid replacement
b. Breastfeeding
c. Oral rehydration therapy
d. Measles immunization

65. Home made oresol is composed of:

a. water, sugar and salt


b. Electrolytes
c. Water and little sugar
d. Electrolytes and sugar

66. What type of immunoglobulin is passed to the baby during breasfeeding?

a. IgG
b. IgM
c. IgA
d. IgE

67. The child with no dehydration needs home treatment. Which of the
following is not included in the rules of home treatment in this case?

a. Know when to turn to the health center


b. Give the child extra fluids
c. Give oresol every 4 hours
d. Continue feeding the child

68. A child who has had diarrhea for 14 days but has no sign of dehydration is
classified as:

a. Severe dysentery
b. Severe persistent diarrhea
c. Dysentery
d. Persistent diarrhea

69. If the child has sunken eyes, drinking eagerly, thirsty and skin pinch goes
back slowly, the classification would be:

a. Moderate dehydration
b. Some dehydration
c. No dehydration
d. Severe dehydration

70. Carlo has had diarrhea for 5 days. There is no blood in the stool, he is
irritable. His eyes are sunken. The nurse offers fluid to Carlo and he
drinks eagerly. When the nurse pinched the abdomen, it goes back slowly.
How will you classify Carlo’s illness?

a. No dehydration
b. Moderate dehydration
c. Severe dehydration
d. Some dehydration

71. The following are some diarrhea-preventive interventions found to be both


effective and affordable except:

a. Breastfeeding
b. Handwashing
c. Minimizing use of water
d. Measles immunization
72. The nurse is assigned in a certain barrio where there is no Botika. What
will you give to a dehydrated infant who is having diarrhea to prevent
further dehydration?

a. Give “am” every hour


b. Give cola to drink
c. Pounded guava leaves q 1 hour
d. Give milk as usual

73. The objective of the CDD (Control Diarrheal Disease) in the under-five
action group which is to reduce mortality from diarrhea is expected to be
achieved through extensive case management utilizing:

a. ORT
b. Environmental sanitation activities
c. MCH program activities
d. Health education activities

SITUATION: Among common conditions found in children especially among


poor communities are ear infections/problems. The following questions apply.

74. It is the target of National objectives for Health (NOH) for 2005-2010 to
eliminate the following major health problems;

a. Poliomyelitis, SARS and Avian influenza


b. Leprosy, malaria, filariasis, schistosmiasis and rabies
c. Cancer, diabetes mellitus and other major degenerative diseases
d. Leprosy, malaria, filariasis, schistosomiasis

75. If the child does not have ear problem, using the IMCI what should you do
as the nurse?

a. Check for tender swelling, behind the ear


b. Go to the next question, check for malnutrition
c. Check for ear discharge
d. Check for ear pain

76. An ear discharge that has been present for more than 14 days can be
classified as:

a. Chronic ear infection


b. Acute ear infection
c. Complicated ear infection
d. Mastoiditis
77. An ear discharge the has been present for less than 14 days can be
classified as:

a. Complicated ear infection


b. Acute ear infection
c. Chronic ear infection
d. Mastoiditis

78. If the child has severe classification because of ear problem what would
be the best thing the nurse can do?

a. Dry the ear by wicking


b. Refer urgently
c. Give an antibiotic for 5 days
d. Instruct the mother when to return immediately

79. A child with ear problem should be assessed for the following except:

a. Ear pain
b. Is there any fever?
c. Ear discharge
d. If discharge is present for how long

80. A child with pneumonia is classified as having very severe disease and
should be referred urgently to the hospital, if the child manifests which of
the following?

a. Not able to drink


b. Fast breathing
c. Severe chest in-drawing
d. Stridor or wheezing

81. Fastbreathing in a child who is 1 week up to 2 months?

a. 50
b. 60
c. 40
d. None of the above

82. As the patient comes to the health center, the health practitioner will ask
what are the child’s problem. Who will provide the aforementioned
information?

a. nurse
b. midwife
c. mother
d. none of the above

83. A General Danger Signs (GDS), when the child experience fits of jerky
movements, spasm and seizure;

a. Abnormally sleepy or difficult to awaken


b. Not able to drink or breastfeed
c. Convulsion
d. None of the above

84. The harsh sound heard when the child breaths in;

a. stridor
b. mild chest indrawing
c. chest indrawing
d. intercostal indrawing

85. A classification that signifies a severe classification and hence, need


urgent referral after the first dose of antibiotic

a. pink row
b. yellow row
c. green row
d. none of the above

86. What is the best treatment for the local infection called skin pustules

a. gentian violet
b. isoprophyl alcohol
c. betadine
d. none of the above

87. The following are the musts, in deciding whether is true or not , Except:

a. The child should be calm


b. The child should be sleeping
c. The child should be feeding
d. Chest indrawing has to be regular

88. IMCI strategy is used by:

a. Doctor
b. Nurse and midwives
c. Barangay Health Worker (BHW)
d. All of the above
89. A childhood program that is integrated with the IMCI in treating diarrheal
diseases;

a. CARI
b. CDD
c. Nutrition
d. None of the above

90. A health facility managed by a Rural Health Midwife (RHM);

a. main health center


b. Barangay Health Station (BHS)
c. Primary Health Care Unit (PHCU)
d. None of the above

91. A good communication technique of IMCI is dubbed as APAC. P in the


APAC means;

a. Prevent
b. Praise
c. Patience
d. None of the above

92. In assessing some palmar pallor, the nurse would be right if she is looking
for a palm that is;

a. paper white
b. paper white with a tinge of pink
c. whitish
d. none of the above

93. How many petechiae is positive tourniquet test

a. 20
b. 30
c. 25
d. None of the above

94. A natural family planning that can be used when breastfeeding infants less
than 6 months of age;

a. Basal Body temperature (BBT)


b. Synptothermal method (STM)
c. Billings Method
d. Lactational Amenorrhea
95. A patient who comes from a malaria endemic area, who has a generalized
rash of measles will be classified as;

a. malaria
b. fever, malaria unlikely
c. fever; DHF unlikely
d. none of the above

96. A solution used to clean an infected umbilical cord;

a. isoprophyl alcohol and betadine


b. isoprophyl alcohol and gentian violet
c. betadine only
d. none of the above

97. Plan B in the management of diarrhea means;

a. giving intravenous fluid


b. giving 2 sachets of oresol
c. observing and rehydrating the child for 4 hours in the health center
d. none of the above

98. This is a sign indicative of pneumonia

a. fast breathing
b. chest indrawing
c. stridor
d. none of the above

99. A sign “bleeding from the nose or gums” puts the child in what fever box
classification”

a. very severe disease


b. Severe Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever
c. Fever: DHF unlikely
d. None of the above

100. What is the classification of the child who has cough and difficult
breathing and has one General danger sign;

a. Pneumonia
b. Severe Pneumonia
c. Cough or difficult breathing
d. No pneumonia, cough or cold.
FAMILY NURSING PROCESS
SITUATION: The application of the nursing process in caring for the family level of clientele is a
rational method of planning and providing individualized care. As a basic tool, its utilization
ensures competent and safe practice.
101. When promoting health of the individual, family and community, the first step you should
take is:
a. Do a health status assessment
b. Conduct a population census
c. Establish a registry of families
d. Organize the community for action
102. When assessing the family health status, one most important data to collect is the:
a. Roles of the family members
b. Level of immunization of the children
c. Hospitalization experience of the family
d. Health resources of the family
103. These are actions aimed at minimizing or eliminating the possible reasons for or causes
of the family’s inability to do family health tasks.
a. Health seeking behavior
b. Family nursing interventions
c. Objectives
d. Evaluation plan
104. In health promotion, which of the following nursing interventions should you give
priority?
a. Adult education
b. Health education
c. Primary Health Care
d. Program planning
105. When implementing a family nursing care plan, it is most important to develop the
family’s:
a. Self – respect
b. Self – responsibility
c. Self – awareness
d. Self - image

106 . The typology of family nursing problems is used in the


statement of nursing diagnosis in the care of families. The youngest
child of the de los Reyes family has been diagnosed as mentally
retarded. This is classified as a
A. Health threat
B. Health deficit
C. Foreseeable crisis
D. Stress point
107 . The de los Reyes couple have a 6-year old child entering
school for the first time. The de los Reyes family has a
A. Health threat
B. Health deficit
C. Foreseeable crisis
D. Stress point
108 . Which of the following is an advantage of a home visit?
A. It allows the nurse to provide nursing care to a greater number of
people.
B. It provides an opportunity to do first hand appraisal of the home
situation.
C. It allows sharing of experiences among people with similar health
problems.
D. It develops the family’s initiative in providing for health needs of its
members.
109 . When promoting the health of the individual, family and
community, the first step to take by the CH nurse is
A. establish a registry of families
B. do a health assessment
C. conduct a community census
D. organize the community

110. The nurse makes a continuous appraisal of the care she provides for
the community in relation to the objectives of care and the response of the
community. This process is called community health
A. assessment
B. diagnosis
C. participation
D. evaluation

111. In the assessment phase of the family health nursing process, an


indicator for problem prioritization of family health problem is
A. nature of the problem
B. modifiability
C. preventive potential
D. salience

112. By its nature, which of the following problems will be given LEAST
priority?
A. unemployment
B. scabies
C. poor home environment
D. ascariasis

113. All interventions made on the family health nursing problems are
recorded in the
A. Family folder
B. Family Service and Progress Record
C. Family Care Plan
D. Health Center Records