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Fundamentals of Nursing Chap 25

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A 40-year old client who comes to the
clinic for a routine physical exam asks
the nurse how much exercise is
recommended for a healthy lifestyle.
Which answer is most appropriate?
1: Moderate activity for 10 minutes
daily?
2: Moderate activity for 20 minutes
two-three times a week
3: Vigorous activity for 20 minutes on
three days a week
4: Vigorous activity for 30 minutes
daily

Vigorous activity
for 20 minutes
on three days a
week

In a reflective journal, a nursing
student writes this statement about a
comatose client on the hospice unit:
"The Do-Not-Resuscitate order was not
on the chart, and none of the nurses
knew what measures should be taken if
the client stopped breathing." This
statement most clearly reflects which of
the four ways of knowing?
1: Empirical
2: Personal
3: Ethical
4: Aesthetic

3: Ethical

Leininger's theory, culture care
diversity and universality, would
provide the best framework for
assessing which nursing situation?

The Indonesian
parents of an
infant preferred
to use hot/cold
therapies to
prevent seizures
and withheld the
prescribed
seizure
medication
(phenobarbital).

1: The Indonesian parents of an infant
preferred to use hot/cold therapies to
prevent seizures and withheld the
prescribed seizure medication
(phenobarbital).
2: Staff nurses on a hospital unit
discuss how to reorganize client care to
provide more continuity of staff with
clients.
3: Nurses in a community agency
search for learning resources about
intravenous therapy in the home
setting.
4: A nurse manager explores ways to
assist new nursing graduates to
develop clinical skills on the hospital
unit.

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Mayeroff described allowing the other to
grow in his own way and time. This
behavior most clearly reflects which major
ingredient of caring?
1: Humility
2: Knowing
3: Patience
4: Courage

Patience

The nurse sits with the client and holds the
client's hand as his pain decreases. This
situation is an example of which caring
practice?
1: Nursing presence
2: Assessment
3: Knowing the client
4: Empowering

Nursing
Presence

The nurse teaches a client with diabetes
how to make decisions about insulin
management after discharge. This
teaching most clearly reflects which caring
activity?
1: Empowering the client
2: Compassion
3: Knowing the client
4: Nursing presence

Empowering
the client

A nurse, sitting quietly in a chair,
breathing deeply, and focusing on the
mental image of a crystal is using which
mind-body therapy?
1: Storytelling
2: Yoga
3: Music therapy
4: Meditation

Mediation

The nursing student reviews the
pathophysiology of myocardial infarction
in preparation for the net day's clinical
experience. This activity is an example of
which type of knowledge development?
1: Empirical knowing
2: Aesthetic knowing
3: Personal knowing
4: Ethical knowing

Empirical

4: The nurse collects a urine specimen to send to the lab. the human mode of being 4: Theory of human care Theory of bureaucratic caring . Which nursing theory is depicted by a model with spiritual-ethical caring in the center. legal. surrounded by technological. and explains to the client the reason for the test. socialcultural. 10. Which example best illustrates the principle of knowing the client? 1: The nurse provides a back rub to help the client relax. The nurse listens as the client describes how he has been caring for his diabetes at home. economic. 3: The nurse administers a piggyback antibiotic for a client with pneumonia. physical.9. and educational systems? 1: Nursing as caring 2: Theory of bureaucratic caring 3: Caring. and then makes the bed with clean linen. 2: The nurse listens as the client describes how he has been caring for his diabetes at home. political.