Chapter 69: Assessment of the Reproductive System
Basic assessment of the male and female reproductive systems should be part of
every complete physical assessment.
These problems typically affect the need for sexuality, both its physical and
Neurological Review Block 4
Consciousness can be viewed as a continuum.with full consciousness on the one end and deep coma at the opposite
end. The two components of consciousness are:
Arousal & wakefulness
o Function of the reticular a
Chapter 42: Care of Patients with Problems of the Central Nervous System: The Brain
p. 857, Health Promotion and Maintenance
The nurse is preparing a teaching plan for a client with migraine headaches. Which of these foods or
food additives may tri
Extra for Midterm
Chapter 46: Assessment of the Eye and Vision
p. 971, Health Promotion and Maintenance
For which client does the nurse recommend annual evaluation by an ophthalmologist?
35-year-old man with asthma
21-year-old man with psorias
Chapter 46: Assessment of the Eye and Vision
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY REVIEW
The eye, in conjunction with the brain, work together to allow visual sensory perception.
o Has 3 layers
Uvea (heavily pigmented, iris, choroid, ciliary body)
Describe Therapeutic Action of Heparin:
Include which clotting factors it inhibits or inactivates:
Heparin works by inactivating thrombin in the clotting process. This stops the formation of fibrin
and so stops b
Questions - 52
1. 1.ID: 4615450106
A client has a routine sigmoidoscopy with a tissue biopsy. What complication is the nurse
looking for in a postprocedure assessment?
Heavy bleeding Correct
Nausea and vomiting
Severe rectal pai
Chapter 64 Questions
1. 1.ID: 4615471568
Which explanation best assists a client in differentiating type 1 diabetes from type
Most clients with type 1 diabetes are born with it.
People with type 1 diabetes are often obese.
Those with type 2 di
Chapter 49 Questions
1. 1.ID: 4615525260
The charge nurse in the hospital-based day surgery center is making client assignments
for the staff. Which client is most appropriate to assign to a nurse who has floated from
the general surgical unit?
Chapter 61 Questions
1. 1.ID: 4615544815
The charge nurse on the medical-surgical unit is making client assignments for the shift.
Which client is the most appropriate to assign to an LPN/LVN?
Client with Cushings syndrome who requires orthostatic
Applies to: Erythrocin (erythromycin) and albuterol
Using albuterol together with erythromycin can increase the risk of an irregular heart rhythm that may be serious
and potentially life-threatening, although it is a rare side effec
(med name, dose, route,
Generic Name: ferrous
LIP Order: Ferrous Sulfate
324mg at 0900
Safe Dose Range
does it work)
Show your math
Questions Chapter 41 Perry
What factor predisposes an infant to fluid imbalances?
A. Decreased surface area
B. Lower metabolic rate
C. Immature kidney functioning
D. Decreased daily exchange of extracellular fluid
When evaluating the extent of an in
Chapter 48: Musculoskeletal or Articular Dysfunction
1. The nurse is caring for a 4-year-old child immobilized by a fractured hip. Which
complications should the nurse monitor?
Decreased metabolic rate
1. The clinic nurse is preparing to test the visual acuity of a client using a Snellen
chart. Which of the following identifies the accurate procedure for this visual acuity
1. Both eyes are assessed together, followed by the assessment of the right
Questions Chapter 31 Perry
The nurse expects which characteristic of fine motor skills in a 5-month-old infant?
A. Strong grasp reflex
B. Neat pincer grasp
C. Able to build a tower of two cubes
D. Able to grasp object voluntarily
The nurse is assess
Questions Chapter 30 Perry
A child who is terminally ill with bone cancer is in severe pain. Nursing interventions
should be based on knowledge that:
A. children tend to be overmedicated for pain.
B. giving large doses of opioids causes euthanasia.
Questions Chapter 29 Perry
Which statement is true concerning the increased use of telephone triage by nurses?
A. Telephone triage has led to an increase in health care costs.
B. Emergency department visits are not recommended by nurses and thus
Chapter 38: Family-Centered Care of the Child During Illness and Hospitalization
1. What represents the major stressor of hospitalization for children from middle infancy
throughout the preschool years?
Fear of bod
Chapter 36: Chronic Illness, Disability, and End-of-Life Care
1. The nurse case manager is planning a care conference about a young child who has
complex health care needs and will soon be discharged home. Whom should the nurse invite to
1. The nurse is caring for the mother of a newborn. The nurse recognizes that the
mother needs more teaching regarding cord care because she
A. keeps the cord exposed to the air.
B. washes her hands before sponge bathing her baby.
C. washes the cord and s