Remediation: Question 8 See full question Which client statement indicates that the client has coped effectively with a relationship problem? You Selected: "My wife and I are talking about our likes and dislikes in activities." Correct response: "We are really listening to each other about our different view on issues." Explanation: The client's statement that he and his wife listen to each other reflects improved efforts at communicating about issues. The other statements provide some insight into the need for better communication. However, they are but steps along the way to coping effectively with the problem. Question 9 See full question The nurse refers the parents of a child with cystic fibrosis to an organization that helps families with children who have this disease. Such organizations are especially beneficial for parents by helping them: You Selected: meet with other parents of children with cystic fibrosis for mutual support. Correct response: meet with other parents of children with cystic fibrosis for mutual support. Explanation: An important function of support organizations for any health problem is to put parents of children with the condition in touch with each other. Other parents can commonly offer support and help. In some instances, organizations can offer assistance, such as providing equipment required for home care of their child with cystic fibrosis. These organizations do not obtain tutors for children, nor do they provide medications, financial assistance, or genetic counseling for parents. Remediation: Question 10 See full question A client who has been recently diagnosed with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) inquires about hospice services. The nurse explains that hospice care is appropriate: You Selected: for clients with an inevitable death within weeks to months. Correct response: for clients with an inevitable death within weeks to months. Explanation: Hospice programs are appropriate programs for clients with any type of terminal illness when death is imminent within weeks up to 6 months. Clients may discuss their prognosis of a terminal illness before it progresses to the terminal stage when a referral to hospice care is indicated. Clients are not required to have advance directives to be admitted to hospice services, but will be asked to complete them upon admission. Remediation: Question 11 See full question A client with rheumatoid arthritis tells the nurse that she feels “quite alone” in adjusting to changes in her lifestyle. The nurse should respond by: You Selected: telling the client about her community's arthritis support group. Correct response: telling the client about her community's arthritis support group. Explanation: The client should be encouraged to join the community arthritis support group so that she can share her feelings with others who are facing similar experiences with this chronic illness and can identify with her concerns. A hobby will not help her resolve her feelings of being alone. Seeking counseling or discussing her feelings
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- Spring '17
- mrs. Vargovich
- Nursing, Health care provider, Correct Response