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You completed " Chapter 18: Conception to Young Adult " by reaching a mastery level of 3 on Chapter 18: Conception Through Young Adult! Congratulations! You've reached Mastery Level 3 for "Chapter 18: Conception Through Young Adult" ! Completed In 5h 50m 59s Correctly Answered 5 of 5 questions Take a Practice Quiz See your Overall Performance See your Quiz History Performance by chapter What's this? Chapter 18: Conception Through Young Adult 9 quizzes taken 3 Your mastery 3.15 Class average View performance for all chapters Answer Key Question 1 See full question A father brings his daughter to the community clinic for an annual physical exam. After the father steps out of the room, the adolescent informs the nurse that she is frightened by her father's behavior because "he yells at me every day and tells me I am a failure because I don't get good grades, and I am fat." The nurse recognizes the reported father's behavior as which type of maltreatment? You Selected: Emotional abuse Correct response: Emotional abuse Explanation:
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The nurse recognizes the emotional neglect or abuse as the failure of a caregiver to provide for the child's basic needs with an adequate level of care and support. Physical abuse is the deliberate physical infliction of battery by a parent or caregiver. Sexual abuse includes incest, molestation, exhibitionism, child pornography, child prostitution, and pedophilia. Neglect involves a failure to provide a child's basic needs. Reference: Taylor, C., et al. Fundamentals of Nursing , 8th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2015, p. 394. Chapter 18: Conception Through Young Adult - Page 394 Question 2 See full question You are the nurse providing prenatal education to a group of pregnant teenagers. One of the group members asks you to talk about how the baby develops soon after conception. An accurate statement from you about the zygote and preembryonic stage would be which of the following? You Selected: Has a total of three distinct cell layers Correct response: Has a total of three distinct cell layers Explanation: The preembryonic stage lasts for about 3 weeks. The zygote, which implants in the uterine wall, has three distinct cell layers. The endoderm (inner layer) becomes the respiratory system, the digestive system, the liver, and the pancreas. The mesoderm (middle layer) becomes the skeleton, connective tissue, cartilage, muscles, and the circulatory, lymphoid, reproductive, and urinary systems. The ectoderm (outer layer) becomes the brain, spinal cord, nervous system, and outer body parts (skin, hair, and nails). The basic organs are not established until the embryonic stage. Reflexes are not present until fetal development is occurring. Reference: Taylor, C., et al. Fundamentals of Nursing , 8th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2015, p. 387.
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Chapter 18: Conception Through Young Adult - Page 387 Question 3 See full question You are the nurse providing prenatal education to a group of pregnant teenagers.
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