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You selected: single crease on each of the palms Correct Explanation: A single crease across the palm (simian crease) is most commonly associated with chromosomal abnormalities, notably Down syndrome. Deep creases across the soles of the feet is a no ... (more) Question 52: The nurse is assessing an infant who has been brought for a scheduled clinic visit by her father. When asked about the infant's immunization status, the father pauses and then states, "I am just not comfortable pumping my baby full of mercury and making her autistic." How should the nurse best address the father's statement? a) "Is there anything I could say that might change your mind?" b) "It sounds like you have some serious concerns about the safety of vaccines. Can we talk about those concerns?" c) "Do you see autism as being a health problem that is more serious than whooping cough or polio?" d) "It sounds like you might have bought into the misinformation about vaccinations. I can explain the actual evidence for you." You selected: "It sounds like you have some serious concerns about the safety of vaccines. Can we talk about those concerns?" Correct Explanation: The nurse should try to empathically engage with the client's reservations. Accusing the client of believing misinformation or stating a desire to change the client's mind is not l ... (more)
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  • Spring '16
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