51. The health care provider is instructing a client to perform isometric exercises. This type of exercise will: a.

Improve cardiorespiratory function b. Prevent contractures c. Decrease heart rate d. Maintain muscle strength 52. Which of the following can be stored in the body, making daily intake unnecessary? a. Fat-soluble vitamins b. Water-soluble vitamins c. Fiber d. Minerals 53. Which of the following foods contains all the essential amino acids? a. Potatoes b. Dried bacon c. Whole wheat cereal d. Eggs 54. Which of the following assessments is used to determine whether a person’s weight is appropriate for his or her height? a. Skin-fold measurements b. Total daily calorie consumption c. Body-mass index d. Serum albumin 55. Which of the following contributes to constipation? a. High fiber diets b. Excessive exercise c. Overuse and prolonged use of laxatives d. Having a regular time each day for defecation 56. Which of the following promotes normal defecation? a. Ignoring the duodenocolic reflex b. Providing privacy for defecation c. Having the client use laxatives d. Limiting the client’s fluid intake 57. Which of the following is a characteristic of normal urine? a. It contains mucus b. It appears transparent c. It is dark amber in color d. It has a musty odor 58. At a cellular level, the basic unit of functioning of the renal system is the: a. Nephron b. Bladder c. Glomerulus d. Neuron 59. The most serious problem arising from severe diarrhea is the potential for: a. Irritation of the anal region b. Fluid and electrolyte loss c. Spasmodic abdominal cramps d. Loss of intestinal mucus 60. The sum of all the interactions between an organism and the food it consumes. It is what a person eats and how the body uses it. a. Nutrition b. Nutrients c. Metabolism d. Basal Metabolic Rate 61. Bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure and produces progressive health benefits: a. Mobility b. Physical activity c. Exercise d. Activity tolerance 62. The following are the important areas in stress management except: a. Becoming aware of the stress response b. Understanding the role that the personality plays in stress reactions

Water Chocolate drink 25. Stressor c. Iced tea b. the nurse at the health center explains in her health teaching classes that Folic Acid is especially needed during pregnancy for: a. Iron supplements are recommended during pregnancy because. physical reaction to danger. The purpose of the exercise is to: a. Kegel exercises are included in the schedule of activities for the pregnant mother. Iron-content in food is easily destroyed in the preparation b. 2004. Calcium Vitamin C b. It is the tension that is experienced when faced with new. 2004 d. Milk Orange juice b. cell and RBC formation and DNA production c. 21. Julie’s EDC is: a. Buttered bread c. a. Stress control b. the health care provider prepares together with the pregnant mother a schedule of activities before. Bone growth 37. during and after delivery. October 10. 4 month of pregnancy 6th month of pregnancy 24. Iced milk d. Aiza. RDA for iron doubles during pregnancy 38. a pregnant woman complains of nausea and vomiting in the morning. 3rd month of pregnancy 5th month of pregnancy th b. October 17. Stress d. Iron food source in limited d. September 17. Minimize leg cramps Strengthen pubococcygeal muscles b. Her LMP began on January 10. RDA for iron increases during pregnancy c. Nurse Ferdie advises the patient to eat before getting out of bed one of these: a. To minimize this discomfort. An automatic.c. Iron supplementation for Julie starts on the: a. Cell growth. 2004 b. 2005 c. demand or threat. Which of the following aids in the absorption of iron? a. Vitamin A Caffeine Situation: Prenatal Care is geared towards the delivery of a healthy baby and the maintenance of maternal health. Prevent contractures Strengthen muscles in the lower back 23. Cell growth b. Physical exam is vital in assessing the patient’s condition. Stress management Situation: In the health center. Learning effective methods for changing the stress response d. Crackers . unpleasant. or threatening circumstances a. None of the above 63. 36. Which of the following is best taken with FeSo4 to increase the absorption of iron? a. At the health center. 2004 22. DNA production d. Julie informs the nurse that she is 10 days delayed in starting for menstrual period. August 24.

The purpose of this assessment is to: a. Determine the fetal length . the Leopold’s maneuver. Urinary incontinence b. Locate the fetal head b. Approximately determine the growth of the fetus c. Varicose veins d. Determine the amount of amniotic fluid d.39. Pressure created by the gravid uterus on the great veins located in the pelvis. At the health center. the Nurse Viorene explains to the pregnant mother. Lose abdominal muscles 40. Increased blood pressure c. possibly weaken the walls of some blood vessels resulting in one of these complications: a.

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