Q.(1)A nursing mother has cracked nipples. Which is appropriate nursing intervention in care of client
Q.(2)A client who is 32 weeks pregnant has just been admitted to the labour room in the first stage of labour. Which of the following clinical manifestations is considered abnormal and should be reported to the physician immediately
Q.(3)The nurse explains the treatment for fluid retention during pregnancy which is
Q.(4)In preparing a primigravida for breastfeeding, which of the following will you do?
Q.(5) You explain to a breastfeeding mother that breast milk is sufficient for all of the baby's nutrient needs only up to:
Q.(6)Knowledge of normal growth and development of the child is essential for the nurse because
Q.(7)Hospital procedures for a child are
Q.(8)The temperature of the child under 4 years of age should be taken by
Q.(9)To prevent accident when caring for children the nurse should remember to
Q.(10)When playing with children, a toddler play can best be described as
Q.(11)Early detection of possible erythrobastosis fetalis requires observation of (A)Jaundice soon after birth (B) Yellowtinged vervix caseosa (C) Susceptibility to eczema (D)Neurologic disturbances (E)Yellowtinged cord (F)PKU test
Q.(12)The treatment of croup is
Q.(13)When a nurse patient relationship is ending the patient may react by
Q.(14)Mrs A frequently is seen to lean her head to one side, cup her ear and move her lips when no one is present. She is most likely experiencing a(n)
Q.(15)A primary goal of nursing care for a withdrawn patient would be directed towards
Q.(16)The most serious complication of a major tranquilizera
Q.(17)CHN is a communitybased practice. Which best explains this statement?
Q.(18) Medication management offers the client the possibility of a reduction in levels of:
Q.(19)As a nurse you will know if the person has mood disorder if:
Q.(20) Which of the following is an appropriate nursing action to a patient with a delusion?
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