Health Promotion and Maintenance QuestionDifficulty
The nurse is assessing a 30 month old child. Which of the following findings would cause the nurse to become alarmed?...
The nurse is assessing a 24 month old child. Which of the following findings would cause the nurse to become alarmed?...
The nurse is assessing a 15 month old child. Which of the following findings would cause the nurse to become alarmed?...
The nurse is talking with new parents about the different reflexes. The mother wants to know when they should expect their baby to lose the moro reflex. What is the best answer for the nurse to give the parents?...
The nurse is talking with new parents about the different reflexes. The mother wants to know when they should expect their baby to lose the tonic neck reflex. What is the best answer for the nurse to give the parents?...
The nurse is assessing a 12 month old baby for growth and development. What weight should this baby be?...
The nurse is assessing a 5 month old baby for growth and development. What weight should this baby be?...
New parents to a 5 month old are asking the nurse what toys are appropriate for their child. The best response by the nurse is which of the following?...
New parents to a 8 month old are asking the nurse what toys are appropriate for their child. The best response by the nurse is which of the following?...
A client doesn’t have very high odds of surviving their condition. The nurse knows that this client is an organ donor. Which of the following tissues can be donated?...
A client expires after a massive brain bleed. The nurse knows that this client is an organ donor. What does that mean the nurse needs to do?...
The nurse is caring for a client who just had an intracerebral hemorrhagic stroke. The family members are concerned about how this could happen. Without knowing the cause of this clients stroke, the nurse reports which of the following as the number one reason for intracerebral hemorrhagic stroke?...
The nurse is caring for a client who had a hemorrhagic stroke. The nurse should question which of the following orders?...
The nurse is caring for a client who has left sided brain damage. The nurse knows that the client will be stronger in which of the following areas?...
The nurse is caring for a client who has right sided brain damage. The nurse knows that the client will be stronger in which of the following areas?...
The nurse is recieving report on a client who had a stroke. The nurse states, “The client is impossible to understand, they are poor historians and are very depressed.” The recieving nurse recognizes this as what kind of stroke?...
The nurse is recieving report on a client who had a stroke. The nurse states, “Keep your eye on them, they keep trying to get up out of the bed and making really poor, impulsive decisions.” The recieving nurse recognizes this as what kind of stroke?...
The nurse is educating the family members of a client on brain damage and how it will effect the client. The nurse states the client will have vision and perception deficits. Which area of the brain has been affected?...
The nurse is educating the family members of a client on brain damage and how it will effect the client. The nurse states the client will have attention, sensation, and body awareness deficits. Which area of the brain has been affected?...
The nurse is educating the family members of a client on brain damage and how it will effect the client. The nurse states the client will have hearing, memory, and language comprehension deficits. Which area of the brain has been affected?...