Maternal & Child Nursing Care 4th edition London, Ludwig, Ball, Bindler, Cowen Test Bank

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Question 136193

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A nurse is examining different nursing roles. Which of the following best illustrates an advanced practice nursing role?

 

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Choice 1 A registered nurse who is the manager of a large obstetrical unit
Rationale 1 A registered nurse who is the manager of a large obstetrical unit or one who is a circulating nurse at surgical deliveries (cesarean sections) is defined as a professional nurse, and has graduated from an accredited program in nursing and completed the licensure examination.
Answer 1 false
Choice 2 A clinical nurse specialist working as a staff nurse on a mother—baby unit
Rationale 2 A clinical nurse specialist working as a staff nurse on a mother—baby unit might have the qualifications for an advanced practice nursing staff but is not working in that capacity.
Answer 2 false
Choice 3 A registered nurse who is the circulating nurse at surgical deliveries (cesarean sections)
Rationale 3 A registered nurse who is the manager of a large obstetrical unit or one who is a circulating nurse at surgical deliveries (cesarean sections) is defined as a professional nurse, and has graduated from an accredited program in nursing and completed the licensure examination.
Answer 3 false
Choice 4 A clinical nurse specialist with whom other nurses consult for her expertise in caring for high-risk infants
Rationale 4 A clinical nurse specialist with whom other nurses consult for expertise in caring for high-risk infants would illustrate an advanced practice nursing role. This nurse has specialized knowledge and competence in a specific clinical area, and is master’s-prepared.
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The major focus of the nurse practitioner is on:

 

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Choice 1 Leadership.
Rationale 1 Leadership might be a quality of the NP, but it is not the major focus.
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Choice 2 Independent care of the high-risk, pregnant client.
Rationale 2 NPs cannot provide independent care of the high-risk pregnant client, but must work under a physician’s supervision.
Answer 2 false
Choice 3 Tertiary prevention.
Rationale 3 The NP cannot do tertiary prevention as a major focus.
Answer 3 false
Choice 4 Physical and psychosocial clinical assessment.
Rationale 4 Physical and psychosocial clinical assessment is the major focus of the nurse practitioner (NP).
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The role of the certified nurse—midwife (CNM) is to: (Select all that apply.)

 

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Choice 1 Give primary care for high-risk clients who are in hospital settings.
Rationale 1 CNMs cannot give primary care for high-risk clients who are in hospital settings. The physician provides the primary care.
Answer 1 false
Choice 2 Give primary care for healthy newborns.
Rationale 2 A CNM is prepared to manage independently the care of women at low risk for complications during pregnancy and birth and the care of healthy newborns.
Answer 2 true
Choice 3 Be educated in two disciplines of nursing.
Rationale 3 The CNM is educated in the disciplines of nursing and midwifery.
Answer 3 true
Choice 4 Obtain a physician consultation for any technical procedures at delivery.
Rationale 4 The CNM does not need to obtain a physician consultation for any technical procedures at delivery.
Answer 4 false
Choice 5 Be prepared to manage independently the care of women at low risk for complications during pregnancy and birth.
Rationale 5 A CNM is prepared to manage independently the care of women at low risk for complications during pregnancy and birth and the care of healthy newborns.
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During the hospital admission process, the child’s parent receives information about the pediatric unit’s goals, including the statement that the unit practices “family-centered care.” The parent asks why that should be important. The nurse would respond that in the “family-centered care” paradigm, the:

 

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Choice 1 Family serves as the constant influence and continuing support in the child’s life.
Rationale 1 The foundation for the development of trusting relationships and partnerships with families is the recognition that the family is the principal caregiver, knows the unique nature of each individual child best, plays the vital role of meeting the child’s needs, and is responsible for ensuring each child’s health.
Answer 1 true
Choice 2 Father is the leader in each home; thus, all communications should include him.
Rationale 2 Culturally competent care recognizes that both matriarchal and patriarchal households exist.
Answer 2 false
Choice 3 Child’s physician is the key person in assuring the health of a child is maintained.
Rationale 3 The physician is not present during the day-to-day routines in a child’s life
Answer 3 false
Choice 4 Mother is the principal caregiver in each family.
Rationale 4 Culturally competent care recognizes that both matriarchal and patriarchal households exist.
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Despite the availability of State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIPs), many eligible children are not enrolled. The nursing intervention that can best help eligible children become enrolled is:

 

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Choice 1 Assessment of the details of the family’s income and expenditures.
Rationale 1 Financial assessment is more commonly the function of a social worker.
Answer 1 true
Choice 2 Education of the family about the need for keeping regular well-child visit appointments.
Rationale 2 The case management activity mentioned will not provide a source of funding, and neither will the educational effort described.<br/>Health Promotion and Maintenance
Answer 2 false
Choice 3 Case management to limit costly, unnecessary duplication of services.
Rationale 3 The case management activity mentioned will not provide a source of funding, and neither will the educational effort described.
Answer 3 false
Choice 4 Advocacy for the child by encouraging the family to investigate its SCHIP eligibility.
Rationale 4 In the role of an advocate, a nurse will advance the interests of another by suggesting the family investigate its SCHIP eligibility.
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The telephone triage nurse at a pediatric clinic knows each call is important. However, recognizing that infant deaths are most frequent in the following categories, the nurse must be extra attentive during calls from parents of infants who are: (Select all that apply.)

 

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Choice 1 Of an American Indian family.
Rationale 1 Almost two-thirds of all infant deaths occur during the first 28 days after birth. This category has a higher risk of death than some of the other categories listed (American Indian family and infants age between 6 and 8 months old).
Answer 1 false
Choice 2 Of a non-Hispanic black family.
Rationale 2 Infant mortality rates are highest among non-Hispanic black women (13.6 per 1,000 live births).
Answer 2 true
Choice 3 Born to an unmarried mother.
Rationale 3 Infant mortality rates are higher among infants born to unmarried mothers.<br/>Almost two-thirds of all infant deaths occur during the first 28 days after birth.
Answer 3 true
Choice 4 Between 6 and 8 months old.
Rationale 4 Almost two-thirds of all infant deaths occur during the first 28 days after birth.
Answer 4 false
Choice 5 Less than 3 weeks old.
Rationale 5 Almost two-thirds of all infant deaths occur during the first 28 days after birth. This category has a higher risk of death than some of the other categories listed (American Indian family and infants age between 6 and 8 months old).
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The maternity nurse’s best defense against an accusation of malpractice or negligence is that the nurse:

 

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Choice 1 Followed the physician’s written orders.
Rationale 1 Following the physician’s written orders is not enough to defend the nurse from accusations because the orders and/or advice might be wrong or unethical.
Answer 1 false
Choice 2 Is a certified nurse—midwife or nurse practitioner.
Rationale 2 Being a certified nurse—midwife or nurse practitioner does not defend the nurse against these accusations if she does not follow the AWHONN standards of practice.
Answer 2 false
Choice 3 Met the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) standards of practice.
Rationale 3 Meeting the AWHONN standards of practice would cover the maternity nurse against an accusation of malpractice or negligence because the standards are rigorous and cover all bases of excellent nursing practice.
Answer 3 true
Choice 4 Was acting on the advice of the nurse manager.
Rationale 4 Acting on the advice of the nurse manager is not enough to defend the nurse from accusations because the orders and/or advice might be wrong or unethical.
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A nurse is working with pediatric clients in a research facility. The nurse recognizes that federal guidelines delineate that pediatric clients must give consent for participation in research trials. Based on the client’s age, the nurse would seek assent from which child? Select all that apply.

 

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Choice 1 A 7-year-old leukemia client electing to receive a newly developed trial medication
Rationale 1 Federal guidelines mandate that research participants 7 years old and older must receive developmentally appropriate information about health care procedures and treatments, and give assent.
Answer 1 true
Choice 2 A 13-year-old client beginning participation in a research program for ADHD treatments
Rationale 2 Federal guidelines mandate that research participants 7 years old and older must receive developmentally appropriate information about health care procedures and treatments, and give assent.
Answer 2 true
Choice 3 A 10-year-old starting in an investigative study for clients with precocious puberty
Rationale 3 Federal guidelines mandate that research participants 7 years old and older must receive developmentally appropriate information about health care procedures and treatments, and give assent.
Answer 3 true
Choice 4 A precocious 4-year-old starting as a cystic fibrosis research study participant
Rationale 4 Federal guidelines mandate that research participants 7 years old and older must receive developmentally appropriate information about health care procedures and treatments, and give assent.
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A 12-year-old pediatric client is in need of surgery. The health care member who is legally responsible for obtaining informed consent for an invasive procedure is:

 

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Choice 1 The nurse.
Rationale 1 Informed consent is legal preauthorization for an invasive procedure. It is the physician’s legal responsibility to obtain this because it consists of an explanation about the medical condition, a detailed description of treatment plans, the expected benefits and risks related to the proposed treatment plan, alternative treatment options, the client’s questions, and the guardian’s right to refuse treatment.
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Choice 2 The physician.
Rationale 2 Informed consent is legal preauthorization for an invasive procedure. It is the physician’s legal responsibility to obtain this because it consists of an explanation about the medical condition, a detailed description of treatment plans, the expected benefits and risks related to the proposed treatment plan, alternative treatment options, the client’s questions, and the guardian’s right to refuse treatment.
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Choice 3 The social worker.
Rationale 3 Informed consent is legal preauthorization for an invasive procedure. It is the physician’s legal responsibility to obtain this because it consists of an explanation about the medical condition, a detailed description of treatment plans, the expected benefits and risks related to the proposed treatment plan, alternative treatment options, the client’s questions, and the guardian’s right to refuse treatment.
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Choice 4 The unit secretary.
Rationale 4 Informed consent is legal preauthorization for an invasive procedure. It is the physician’s legal responsibility to obtain this because it consists of an explanation about the medical condition, a detailed description of treatment plans, the expected benefits and risks related to the proposed treatment plan, alternative treatment options, the client’s questions, and the guardian’s right to refuse treatment.
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A nurse who tells family members the sex of a newborn baby without first consulting the parents would be considered having committed:

 

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Choice 1 Breach of privacy.
Rationale 1 A breach of privacy would have been committed in this situation, because it violates the right to privacy of this family. The right to privacy is the right of a person to keep his person and property free from public scrutiny (of even other family members).
Answer 1 true
Choice 2 A breach of ethics.
Rationale 2 A breach of ethics would not apply to this situation.
Answer 2 false
Choice 3 Negligence.
Rationale 3 Negligence and malpractice are punishable legal offenses, and are more serious.
Answer 3 false
Choice 4 Malpractice.
Rationale 4 Negligence and malpractice are punishable legal offenses, and are more serious.
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According to the 1973 Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, abortion is legal if induced:

 

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Choice 1 At a federally funded clinic.
Rationale 1 Whether at a federally funded clinic or at a military hospital overseas, abortion can be provided legally if under U.S. laws.
Answer 1 false
Choice 2 At a military hospital overseas.
Rationale 2 Whether at a federally funded clinic or at a military hospital overseas, abortion can be provided legally if under U.S. laws.
Answer 2 false
Choice 3 Before the period of viability.
Rationale 3 Abortion can be performed legally until the period of viability; after viability, the rights of the fetus take precedence.
Answer 3 true
Choice 4 To provide tissue for therapeutic research.
Rationale 4 Abortion cannot be used to provide tissue for therapeutic research.
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Which of the following families might find cord blood banking to be especially useful?

 

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Choice 1 A family with a history of leukemia
Rationale 1 Families with a history of leukemia might find cord blood banking useful because cord blood, like bone marrow and embryonic tissue, contains regenerative stem cells, which can replace diseased cells in the affected individual.
Answer 1 true
Choice 2 A family that wishes to avoid a future intrauterine fetal surgery
Rationale 2 A family with a history of infertility, or one that wishes to select the sex of a future child or avoid a future intrauterine surgery, would not be helped by cord blood banking.
Answer 2 false
Choice 3 A family that wishes to select the sex of a future child
Rationale 3 A family with a history of infertility, or one that wishes to select the sex of a future child or avoid a future intrauterine surgery, would not be helped by cord blood banking.
Answer 3 false
Choice 4 A family with a history of infertility
Rationale 4 A family with a history of infertility, or one that wishes to select the sex of a future child or avoid a future intrauterine surgery, would not be helped by cord blood banking.
Answer 4 false

 

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Cognitive Level: Analyzing
Client Need: Physiological Integrity
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Learning Outcome 1: 1.5 Delineate significant legal and ethical issues that influence the practice of maternal-child nursing.
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Question 136205

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A nurse is providing guidance to a group of parents of children in the infant-to-preschool age group. After reviewing statistics on the most common cause of death in this age group, the nurse would include information about prevention of:

 

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Choice 1 Heart disease by incorporating heart-healthy foods into the child’s diet.
Rationale 1 Unintentional injuries are the most common cause of death for children between 1 and 19 years old. In children 1—4, this is followed by drowning; fire and burns; suffocation; and pedestrian-related injuries.
Answer 1 false
Choice 2 Cancer by reducing the use of pesticides in the home.
Rationale 2 Unintentional injuries are the most common cause of death for children between 1 and 19 years old. In children 1—4, this is followed by drowning; fire and burns; suffocation; and pedestrian-related injuries.
Answer 2 false
Choice 3 Accidental injury, including pool and traffic accidents.
Rationale 3 Unintentional injuries are the most common cause of death for children between 1 and 19 years old. In children 1—4, this is followed by drowning; fire and burns; suffocation; and pedestrian-related injuries.
Answer 3 true
Choice 4 Pneumonia by providing a diet high in vitamin C from fruits and vegetables.
Rationale 4 Unintentional injuries are the most common cause of death for children between 1 and 19 years old. In children 1—4, this is followed by drowning; fire and burns; suffocation; and pedestrian-related injuries.
Answer 4 false

 

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Cognitive Level: Understanding
Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment
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Learning Outcome 1: 1.6 Discuss the role of evidence-based practice in improving the quality of nursing care for childbearing families.
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Question 136206

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Which of the following practices characterize the basic competencies related to evidence-based practice? Select all that apply.

 

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Select all that apply.

 

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Choice 1 Clinical practice that promotes quality
Rationale 1 Supported by good evidence and data, promotes quality, and provides a useful approach to problem solving are the hallmark characteristics of the basic competencies related to evidence-based practice.
Answer 1 true
Choice 2 Clinical practice that provides a useful approach to problem solving<br/>
Rationale 2 Supported by good evidence and data, promotes quality, and provides a useful approach to problem solving are the hallmark characteristics of the basic competencies related to evidence-based practice.
Answer 2 true
Choice 3 Clinical practice supported by data
Rationale 3 Supported by good evidence and data, promotes quality, and provides a useful approach to problem solving are the hallmark characteristics of the basic competencies related to evidence-based practice.
Answer 3 true
Choice 4 Clinical practice supported by intuitive evidence
Rationale 4 Clinical practice supported by intuitive evidence does not provide valid evidence and data for the proper actions.
Answer 4 false
Choice 5 Clinical practice supported by good evidence
Rationale 5 Supported by good evidence and data, promotes quality, and provides a useful approach to problem solving are the hallmark characteristics of the basic competencies related to evidence-based practice.
Answer 5 true

 

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Learning Outcome 1: 1.6 Discuss the role of evidence-based practice in improving the quality of nursing care for childbearing families.
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