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A nurse is caring for a patient who is hospitalized in a very busy unit. The patient complains to the nurse that it is too noisy to sleep and that he is not...
Which of the following is considered to be an instrumental activity of daily living?...
A nurse is working at a family care clinic in the community. The nurse sees many different types of family structures among the patients who come into the...
A public health nurse has been working in her community to provide health care utilizing a population-based approach. Which of the following best describes...
A patient arrives at the healthcare clinic as a new client and the nurse performs an initial assessment on the patient. Which of the following elements would...
A group of nurses is working the community. They find families at highest risk of lead toxicity in their homes and then connect them with resources for...
A nurse is working with a 65-year-old patient who recently retired. According to Erikson’s developmental theory of ego integrity vs. despair, which of the...
A 40-year-old patient is being seen at the healthcare clinic for help with weight loss. The patient tells the nurse, I heard that the hCG diet really works for...
In which situation would it be most appropriate to perform a comprehensive health history assessment on a patient?...
While caring for a patient in a rehabilitation center who has self-care deficit related to bathing and hygiene, the nurse assists the patient finding loose...
A mind-body technique that a patient may use for complementary therapy and that involves focusing the mind on a relaxed and calming subject is best known as:...
A nurse is working with a patient who wants to quit smoking. Which of the following information should the nurse advise for the patient that may be more likely...
An 18-year-old patient is seen at a clinic for treatment of a sexually transmitted infection. It is her second time receiving treatment for an STI within the...
A home care nurse is visiting a 90-year-old patient who lives at home with her adult daughter. The nurse performs a functional assessment on this patient....
An occupational health nurse is teaching a group of workers about the health risks associated with their jobs. Which information is most appropriate to give...
A client attends a routine physical exam at the primary care clinic. The patient tells the nurse that he wants to start using complementary therapy to support...
A public health nurse is teaching a seminar about hygiene promotion. Which best describes the difference between health education and health promotion?...
A nurse is caring for a patient who is obese and who has low activity tolerance. The patient tells the nurse that he wants to lose weight so he can start...
A nurse is teaching a group in the community about the importance of routine screenings for significant health conditions. Which information would the nurse...
A nurse is performing an intake interview on a patient who has come to the hospital for abdominal pain. Which action from the nurse best demonstrates that she...