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A client tells the nurse that she is getting divorced and wants to be sure that her soon-to-be ex-husband cannot have access to her medical information. Which response would be the mostaccurate for the nurse to give the client?



You Selected:

  •  "You have the right to say who can access your health records and who cannot."

Correct response:

  •  "You have the right to say who can access your health records and who cannot."

  Explanation:

Reference:

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 53

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A client who has recently given birth arrives in a health care facility wanting to know ways to prevent sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in her infant. Which instructions should the nurse provide to address the concern?



You Selected:

  •  Place the infant on his or her back to sleep.

Correct response:

  •  Place the infant on his or her back to sleep.

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 13.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 13

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The nurse is caring for a client with end-stage breast cancer. When the nurse takes chemotherapy medication into the client's room, the client states, "I'm too tired to fight any more. I don't want any more medication that may prolong my life." The client's husband is at the bedside and states, "No! You have to give my wife her medication. I can't let her go." What action by the nurse is mostappropriate?



You Selected:

  •  Explain to the husband that his wife has the right to refuse medication and care.

Correct response:

  •  Explain to the husband that his wife has the right to refuse medication and care.

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 51.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 51

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The United States ranks 50th in the world for maternal mortality and 41st among industrialized nations for infant mortality rate. Which factor would need to be addressed as having the greatestimpact on decreasing these rates?



You Selected:

  •  Assuring early and adequate prenatal care

Correct response:

  •  Assuring early and adequate prenatal care

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 12.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 12

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The nurse is updating the records of a 10-year-old boy who had his appendix removed. Which action could jeopardize the privacy of the child's medical records?



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  •  Letting another nurse use the nurse's log-in session

Correct response:

  •  Letting another nurse use the nurse's log-in session

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 53.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 53

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The nurse would recommend the use of which supplement as a primary prevention strategy to prevent neural tube defects in the future offspring of pregnant women?



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  •  folic acid

Correct response:

  •  folic acid

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 73.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 73

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Which action would the nurse include in a primary prevention program in the community to help reduce the incidence of HIV infection?



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  •  Educate clients on how to practice safe sex.

Correct response:

  •  Educate clients on how to practice safe sex.

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 76.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 76

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A nurse is conducting an orientation program for a group of newly hired nurses. As part of the program, the nurse is reviewing the issue of informed consent. The nurse determines that the teaching was effective when the group identifies which situation as a violation of informed consent?



You Selected:

  •  Performing a procedure on a 15-year-old without parental consent

Correct response:

  •  Performing a procedure on a 15-year-old without parental consent

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 49.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 49

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Which statement made by a nursing student would best indicate that her education on family-centered care was fully understood?



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  •  “Childbirth affects the entire family, and relationships will change.”

Correct response:

  •  “Childbirth affects the entire family, and relationships will change.”

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 18.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 18

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A nurse has just assisted in the birth of a premature neonate. The nurse recognizes that which factor, when associated with prematurity, is a leading cause of death in neonates?



You Selected:

  •  low birth weight

Correct response:

  •  low birth weight

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. (2017). Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed, Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 13.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 13

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A 16-year-old child is admitted to the hospital for treatment after a motor vehicle crash. Review of the child's record reveals that the child is an emancipated minor. What does this mean?



You Selected:

  •  The child has the legal right to consent to and make decisions for treatment.

Correct response:

  •  The child has the legal right to consent to and make decisions for treatment.

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 50.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 50

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More nurses are stepping into the role of the advanced practice nurse. Which nurse's role would be to provide care for children under the age of 18?



You Selected:

  •  Pediatric nurse practitioner

Correct response:

  •  Pediatric nurse practitioner

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 10.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 10

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The nurse seeking aid for an impoverished family knows that Medicaid is a form of health insurance for low-income and disabled individuals.



You Selected:

  •  True

Correct response:

  •  True

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 44.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 44

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The nurse is caring for a 12-year-old child hospitalized for internal injuries following a motor vehicle accident. For which medical treatment would the nurse ensure that an informed consent is completed beyond the one signed at admission?



You Selected:

  •  Spinal tap

Correct response:

  •  Spinal tap

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 49.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 49

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After hearing of a lawsuit being filed by a client against another nurse, a nurse becomes concerned about the potential liability in working with premature infants at high risk for morbidity and mortality. Which action is most essential for the nurse to take to limit liability in the event of litigation?



You Selected:

  •  carefully documenting every intervention with a client

Correct response:

  •  carefully documenting every intervention with a client

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. (2017). Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed, Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer, Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care, p. 53.

 Chapter 1: Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care - Page 53

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A nurse knows the importance of assessing a client's community because:



You Selected:

  •  the health of a person is influenced by the health of the community.

Correct response:

  •  the health of a person is influenced by the health of the community.

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 78.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 78

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The nurse is participating in a poisoning prevention program. This activity is an example of which type of community-based nursing intervention?



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Correct response:

  •  health education program

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 81.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 81

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A female community health nurse is to be accompanied by a male student nurse for the day. The female nurse asks parents who are scheduled for an upcoming home visit if the student nurse can observe the breastfeeding assessment to be conducted for the new mother and baby. The couple decline. What is the nurse’s most appropriate next action?



You Selected:

  •  Honor the couple’s preference.

Correct response:

  •  Honor the couple’s preference.

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 82.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 82

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A client with hypertension tells her nurse that she would like to use an herbal substance (CAM) to lower her blood pressure instead of taking the antihypertensive medication. The nurse should:



You Selected:

  •  advise the client to speak with her primary care provider about combining herbal substances with her medication.

Correct response:

  •  advise the client to speak with her primary care provider about combining herbal substances with her medication.

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 76.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 76

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Which information is true of home care as a whole?



You Selected:

  •  It is increasing because new technology makes so many procedures available in the home.

Correct response:

  •  It is increasing because new technology makes so many procedures available in the home.

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 82.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 82

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The nurse evaluates a family to see if they are a good candidate for home care for a sick child. Which factor would be most important to see in their home or of the family?



You Selected:

  •  A dedicated home-care provider

Correct response:

  •  A dedicated home-care provider

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 81.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 81

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When caring for a woman in her sixth month of pregnancy, the client reports her plans to nurse her baby for at least 2 to 3 years like the rest of the women in her family. Based upon the nurse's knowledge, the nurse should:



You Selected:

  •  document her report but do nothing as this is a cultural belief that should be respected.

Correct response:

  •  document her report but do nothing as this is a cultural belief that should be respected.

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 74.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 74

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A woman has presented to the clinic with her sick school-aged child. The child’s mother reports she rarely has enough money to meet the health care needs of her chronically ill child. What information should be provided to the woman?



You Selected:

  •  Medicaid may be available to low-income parents and their children.

Correct response:

  •  Medicaid may be available to low-income parents and their children.

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 73.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 73

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A nurse working in the community is involved in providing primary prevention. Which intervention would be most appropriate to implement?



You Selected:

  •  teaching parents of toddlers about ways to prevent poisoning

Correct response:

  •  teaching parents of toddlers about ways to prevent poisoning

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 73.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 73

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A nurse is providing care to a client who has undergone a mastectomy. The nurse provides the woman with information about where to obtain a breast prosthesis. This is an example of which type of community-based nursing intervention?



You Selected:

  •  health system referral

Correct response:

  •  health system referral

  Explanation:

Reference:

  • Ricci, S. S., Kyle, T., Carman, S. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care, p. 81.

 Chapter 2: Family-Centered Community-Based Care - Page 81

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