2014 HESI OB/Maternal Newborn Exit Exam
1. A client who is 20 weeks pregnant is experiencing fatigue, frequent colds, and
has an increase in blood pressure. The nurse suspects the client is
demonstrating manifestations of which nutritional disorder?
What is the most important reason to prepare before implementing the nursing plan of care?
A. It allows the nurse to work efficiently.
B. It allows the nurse to work systematically.
C. It enables the nurse to predict patient outcomes.
D. It ena
A 64-year-old patient, has peripheral vascular disease. In assisting the patient to decrease her risk for
infection, the clinic nurse would teach her to do which of the following?
Change her bath habits and only bathe twice a week
Begin an exer
According to the text calculations, which of the following patients is taking in the correct number of kcal
to meet their total energy needs? Choose all that apply.
A. Mr. Jones, who weighs 180 lb, is active, has a normal weig
Tylenol is a generic name for a brand of analgesic medication.
Acetaminophen is the generic name; Tylenol is the trade name.
Inadvertently administering an insulin injection into the deltoid would alter a pha
Katie is a new graduate nurse who has just begun working the night shift. She complains that she feels
very irritable and is experiencing general malaise. An experienced coworker explains that
A. this problem is a result of hy
National Patient Safety Goals and Core Measures Discussion Board 2
How do National Patient Safety Goals and Core Measures directly affect patient care?
The Joint Commission established the National Patient Safety Goals (NPSGs) to help
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The most common formula used for fluid replacement is _. The formula consist of (select all
F. 1/2 of total solution in first 8 hours
A. The Baxter Formula
B. % burns
1. What can an electrocardiogram (ECG) detect? Select all that apply.
3. Cardiac output (CO).
5. Systemic vascular resistance (SVR).
6. Occlusion pressure.
7. Conduction delay.
2. A newborn is diagnosed with a cong