Chapter 13: labor and birth process
With regard to primary and secondary powers, the maternity nurse should understand that:
a) Primary powers are responsible for effacement and dilation of the cervix
b) Effacement generally is well ahead of dilation in w
Chapter 33: Preschool
In terms of language and cognitive development, a 4-year-old child would be expected to:
a. Think in abstract terms.
b. Follow simple commands.
c. Understand conservation of matter.
d. Comprehend another person's perspective.
Chapter 17: Health promotion
Frequent developmental assessments are important for which reason?
a. Stable developmental periods during infancy provide an opportunity to identify
any delays or deficits.
b. Infants need stimulation specific to the stage of
Chapter 19: postpartum
On examining a woman who gave birth 5 hours ago, the nurse finds that the woman has
completely saturated a perineal pad within 15 minutes. The nurse's first action is to:
a) Begin an IV infusion of Ringer's lactate solution
Chapter 28: Genetic Influences
The head-to-tail direction of growth is referred to as:
c. Mass to specific.
Which term refers to those times in an individual's life when he or she is mor
Chapter 24: nutrition
At a 2-month well-baby examination, it was discovered that a breastfed infant had only gained
10 ounces in the past 4 weeks. The mother and the nurse agree that, to gain weight faster, the
infant needs to:
a. Begin solid foods.
Chapter 25: High risk newborn
A macrosomic infant is born after a difficult forceps-assisted delivery. After stabilization the
infant is weighed, and the birth weight is 4550 g (9 pounds, 6 ounces). The nurse's most
appropriate action is to:
a. Leave the
Chapter 35: The adolescence and family
In girls, puberty occurs about 1 year before it appears in boys.
When discussing pubertal growth changes with an adolescent male, the nurse will be sure to
include what information?
In girls, puberty occurs about 1 y
Chapter 26: 21st Century Nursing
The nurse is preparing staff in-service education about atraumatic care for pediatric patients.
Which intervention should the nurse include?
a. Prepare the child for separation from parents during hospitalization by review
Chapter 18: Maternal Changes
Time period from the birth of the newborn to the return of the organs to their nonpregnant state.
First day of LMP through 12 completed weeks (3 months)
13 weeks thro
Topic: Self Esteem and Self Concept
Composite of beliefs and attitudes we have about ourselves
malleable; can change from one phase of our life/situation to ano
ACTIVE LEARNING STUDY GUIDE: COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT TEL 315
Toward the end of this unit, for your age group (early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence), you will be explaining to parents
(or other interested adults) the impact technology may have on c
My Personal Theory of Child and Adolescent Development (Part 1)
In 2 -3 pages please write your personal theory of child and adolescent development. If you
havent had any formal training in developmental theoriesGreat! You are exactly where you
need to be
TEL 101 The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Experience
Schedule line #78733
Dates of classes:
August 2, 2015 December 4, 2015