A Framework for Maternal
and Child Health Nursing
Copyright 2014 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Primary Goal of
Maternal and Child Health Nursing:
The promotion and maintenance of optimal
family health to ensure cycles of
Chapter 12: Community Assessment and Evaluation
1. Which of the following is the best brief definition of community?
a. A geographic area or political division under common leadership
b. A group sharing a common bond such as a pr
Chapter 45: Urinary Elimination
1. If obstructed, which component of the urination system would cause peristaltic waves?
Ureters drain urine from the kidneys into the bladder; if
Chapter 25: Patient Education
1. A nurse is asked about the goal of patient education. What is the nurses best response? The
goal of educating others is to help people
Meet standards of the Nurse Practice Act.
Achieve optimal lev
DIABETES MELLITUS DISEASE
What is Diabetes Disease?
Diabetes is a disease that is diagnosed when the body has a deficiency in insulin (creating
insulin or failure to use it). Diabetes has been a pandemic in many ethnic groups across the
world with a growi
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Sickle Cell Disease
Deandra Washington/ Silina Houston
Fortis College Of Nursing
This report will educate the reader about the Sickle Cell disorder.
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The causes of schizophrenia are not known. Most likely, there are at least 2 sets of risk
factors, genetic and perinatal. In addition, undefined socioenvironmental factors may increase
the risk of schizophrenia in international migrants or urban
Hesi Helpful Hints
Diabetes self management program
Enables clients to become more active participants in controlling the disease
Patient with saline lock wants to shower
Tape a plastic bag over the IV site
Picc line- what to assess
Birth weight doubled by _, tripled by
6 months; 12 months
Birth length increased by 50% at _.
Posterior fontanel closes by _.
8 weeks (2 months)
A child can socially smiles at _.
A child should be able to tur
HESI ADVANCED CLINICAL CONCEPTS
ARDS is an unexpected, catastrophic pulmonary complication
occurring in a person with no previous pulmonary problems.
The mortality rate is high (50%)
In ARDS, a common laboratory finding is lowered PO2.
However, these clie