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MEDICAL COLLEGES OF NORTHERN PHILIPPINES Alimannao Hills, Peablanca, Cagayan 3502 COLLEGE OF NURSING COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING LECTURE

E Quiz 1 JUST DONT LET IT HAPPEN, MAKE IT HAPPEN!

Name: ___________________________________________ Section: _____________ Score:_______ INSTRUCTIONS: Read the questions carefully and choose the BEST response. Shade your answer on the answer sheet provided. ERASURES and SUPERIMPOSITIONS of any form will be considered INCORRECT. Use PERMANENT INK IN SHADING.

Situation: Health is the balance of the person, both within ones being and in the outside world. Health and illness are both dynamic states in the life cycle. It is highly subjective in nature. 1. Different personalities have given their own definitions of health. Which of the following depicts Virginia Hendersons definition of health? a. Patient A takes a bath and feeds herself despite being seventy years old. b. Patient B is being fed by her daughter. c. Patient C is healthy considering that she does not manifest any sign and symptoms. d. Patient D, a much fulfilled policeman in their locality, as he always wanted. 2. Who among the following theorists defines health as a state and process of being and becoming an integrated and whole person? a. Walter Cannon c. Martha Rogers b. Callista Roy d. Betty Neuman 3. Anatomy is the study of the parts of the body. Physiology is the study of the functions of these respective parts. Who among the following theorists define health as the anatomy and physiology in harmony? a. Claude Bernard c. Florence Nightingale b. Dorothy Johnson d. Dorothea Orem 4. Health is the ability to maintain homeostasis. Failure to maintain the internal milieu will result to illness. In these two statements: a. The first statement is the only true statement b. The second statement is the only true statement c. Both statements are true d. Neither of the statements are true 5. Positive health symbolizes wellness. It is a value termed by the individual or culture. Basing from these statements, which among the following depicts an unhealthy statement? a. Patient X is being fed by his wife. b. Patient Y has an amputated upper extremity but says Im still healthy c. Patient Z feels ill and says, I am not healthy d. None of the above.

6. Wellness is being defined as: a. The integration of body, mind and spirit. b. The loving acceptance of ones self c. Engaging in attitude and behaviors that enhances quality of life d. All of the above Situation: Disease is an alteration in the body function resulting in a reduction of capacities and shortening of life span. Illness on the other hand is a highly personal state. 7. It is concerned to be anything that increases the chances of vulnerability to illness, disease or accidents. a. Risk factor c. Precipitating factor b. Predisposing factor d. None of the above 8. Which among the following is a predisposing factor? a. Lifestyle c. Race b. Nutrition d. Sanitation 9. Cancer until now is considered to be an idiopathic disease. This means: a. A disease that results from treatment of a disease b. A disease that results from abnormal cell growth c. A disease with an unknown cause d. A disease that results from inadequate dietary factors 10. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can be results of using catheters in the hospital. Urinary tract infections in this sense can be an example of: a. Idiopathic disease c. Allergic disease b. Metabolic disease d. iatrogenic disease 11. Malaria cases are more or less continuously occurring in some provinces of the Philippines throughout the year. This disease can be classified as to what type of pattern of disease. a. Endemic c. Sporadic b. Epidemic d. Pandemic 12. Diseases that are occurring upon occasion or in a scattered, isolated or seemingly random way. An example is rabies. a. Endemic c. Sporadic b. Epidemic d. Pandemic 13. You are having your RLE exposure in one of the RHUs outside Tuguegarao. The nurseon-duty informed your group that there is an epidemic cholera in the place. As you have learned the patterns of diseases, this means that: a. Cholera is always present in the area throughout the year b. Cholera is widespread and affects the whole world c. Cholera attacks a large number of people in the community in a given period of time d. Cholera occurs occasionally in the area 14. Which group of diseases is said to be pandemic diseases? a. AIDS, avian flu, swine flu, elephantiasis b. Dengue, malaria, filariasis c. Swine flu, avian flu, AIDS d. All of the above

15. Which of the following statements indicate the first stage of illness? a. Doc, can you explain to me what is happening? b. Maam, what should I do? Is it Ok to take OTC drugs? c. I am already feeling well! d. I am not feeling good 16. Illness is a personal state in which the person is feeling unhealthy. Which of the following are characteristics of a person who is in the third stage of illness? a. Experiences signs and symptoms, believes something is wrong b. Passive, accepting, regressing c. Validation, explanation, acceptance, prediction d. Explanation, reassurance, prediction Situation: Some personalities have explained their theories in through models or framework. 17. A model of health that states about the relationship between belief and behavior. a. Clinical model c. Health-illness b. Health belief model d. health promotion model 18. Which of the following statements depicts a perceived susceptibility by a person? a. I know i dont need a protection against that disease. b. The complications are not that severe. I do not need preventive measures c. I know I can still live normally d. That sounds alarming. Im very sickly. I need to be vaccinated. 19. A model of health that points out being self-actualized: a. Clinical model c. Maslows model b. Role-performance model d. Eudaemonistic model

e. None of the above

20. Patient X is rushed to the hospital having observed that he is experiencing DOB, chest pains and numbness on the left arm. When does his rehabilitation start? a. While going to the hospital c. Upon arrival on the hospital b. Upon discharge d. When he will be in the room/ward II. Read the following activities carefully. Choose the letter of your choice as to what level of prevention does it classify. Shade the letter of your choice on the answer sheet provided. A- PRIMARY PREVENTION B- SECONDARY PREVENTION C- TERTIARY PREVENTION 1. Papanicolaus smear 2. Breast self-exam 3. Quit smoking 4. Physical therapy 5. Immunization 6. Rehabilitation 7. Eating well-balanced diet 8. Exercise 9. Stool exam 10. Maintaining ideal body weight 11. Early diagnosis 12. Prompt intervention 13. Limit alcohol intake 14. Sputum exam

15. Health promotion 16. Occurs after disease/disability 17. Prevents disease 18. Health maintenance 19. Testicular self-exam 20. Rectal exam

Prepared by:

AMIEL F. REYES, RN, MSN SUBJECT HEAD

Noted by:

MARCELYN L. ALMAZAN, RN, RM, MAN Level II Coordinator

Recommending approval:

REYNALDO M. ADDUCUL, RN, RM, MSN Dean, College of Nursing

Approved by:

CHERYLL JM M. GUMABAY, RN, RM, MSN Vice President for Academic Affairs

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