NURS 3207 Exam 1 Blueprint
Introduction: 6 questions (Ch. 1, 2 pp. 221-224)
Culture and nursing care
Family & family centered care
Roles of perinatal nurse
Ethics and Professional standards
Communication and teaching
The most frequently reporte
PATHO: EXAM 3 PART 2 BLUEPRINT
1. Describe the composition of blood.
albumins (function as carriers and control the plasma oncotic
globulins (carrier proteins and immunoglobulins [antibodies])
clotting factors (mainly fibrinoge
Diseases and disorders will be covered on the exam.
Remember to check the Course Calendar for the diseases and disorders for each Week. Exam 3 part 1 will cover
diseases/disorders from Week 9 to (i.e., including) Week 11.
(It does not include the Week 12
When experiencing stress, the effects of the epinephrine circulating in body will result in: hyperglycemia
It will cause transient hyperglycemia. The epinephrine will increase heart rate and contractility. There will be increased
venous return to the hea
Chapter 20: Transition to Parenthood
After giving birth to a healthy infant boy, a primiparous woman, 16 years old, is admitted to the postpartum unit. An
appropriate nursing diagnosis for her at this time is Risk for impaired parenting related to defici
Attitude is the relation of the fetal body parts to one another. The normal attitude of the fetus is called
Lie is the relation of the long axis (spine) of the fetus to the long axis (spine) of the mother.