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Question 164 ptsAccording to Makic et al (2014), which one of these is NOT an intervention suggested for critically ill patients and frequent turning and the prevention of skin breakdown?providing good skin care practices and nutritional supportensuring the provision of adequate staff and a turning schedule for each unitturning patients every two hours (or more frequently)using of support surfaces therapies (specialty beds) for high risk patientsQuestion 174 ptsOpen-ended questions provide primarily ________ data.Question 184 ptsA researcher notes that although no statistical significance was found, some elderly nursing home residents with dementia who were exposed to soothing music for 6 hours daily exhibited lower heart rates and less agitation. This finding would have which type of significance?Question 194 ptsAccording to Peterson et al (2014), what type of evidence is considered to be the strongest?
Question 204 ptsAccording to Makic et al (2014), which of these is NOTa role of the nurse in the prevention of venothromboembolism (VTE)?Knowing the pharmacological recommendations for VTE prophylaxis for medical and surgical patients.Ensuring that chemical and mechanical therapies are maintained to reduce the risk of VTE.Assessing all patients on admission for risk factors related to the development of VTE.Providing early mobility / exercise for patient as indicated to reduce the risk of VTE.Question 214 ptsWhich of the following measures of central tendency would be appropriate to describe the average pulse rates of a group of hospitalized patients?Question 224 ptsCronbach’s alpha is used to determine:Question 234 ptsA sample of 75 subjects was asked by a nurse researcher to participate in a study at an immunizationbooth in the mall. What type of sampling method is the researcher using?Question 244 ptsWhich of the following types of studies would require the largest sample size?CorrelationalGrounded theoryEthnographyPhenomenological