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Chapter 8 / Exercise 47
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19.A nursing student is studying preventable causes of death. In 2004, what were the three leading causes of preventable death?Select all that apply.A.Tobacco useB.DrowningC.Alcohol useD.FallsE.Improper diet and physical inactivityANS:A, C, EObjective: 2. Describe public health in terms of current frameworks guiding prevention efforts from a local to a global perspective.1.The three leading causes of preventable death in 2004 were tobacco use, alcohol use, and improper diet and physical activity.2.The three leading causes of preventable death in 2004 were tobacco use, alcohol use, and improper diet and physical activity.3.The three leading causes of preventable death in 2004 were tobacco use, alcohol use, and improper diet and physical activity.4.The three leading causes of preventable death in 2004 were tobacco use, alcohol use, and improper diet and physical activity.5.The three leading causes of preventable death in 2004 were tobacco use, alcohol use, and improper diet and physical activity.
pp. 32-37Heading: Prevention Frameworks> Public Health Prevention FrameworksIntegrated Processes: Teaching/LearningClient Need: Health Promotion and MaintenanceCognitive Level: Application [Applying]Concept: Addiction; Sleep, Rest, and Activity; Nutrition; Promoting Health; Nursing RolesDifficulty: EasyFeedback
PTS:1CON:Addiction | Sleep, Rest, and Activity | Nutrition | Promoting Health | Nursing Roles20.When screening for, monitoring, and diagnosing disease, a health-care provider always evaluates a measurement tool for which of the following attributes?Select all that apply.
Objective: 6. Describe components of screening from a population and individual perspective.pp. 46-50Heading: Screening and Early Identification > Sensitivity and SpecificityIntegrated Processes: Nursing ProcessClient Need: Health Promotion and MaintenanceCognitive Level: Application [Applying]Concept: Assessment; Promoting Health
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Chapter 8 / Exercise 47
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PTS:1CON:Assessment | Promoting Health

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