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Maternity and Pediatric Nursing 4th Edition Ricci Kyle Carman Test Bank

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  • Chapters: 51
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  • ISBN-13: 978-1975139766
  • ISBN-10: 1975139763
  • Publisher‎LWW; 4th edition 
  • Authors: Susan Ricci, Theresa Kyle, Susan Carman

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Maternity and Pediatric Nursing 4th Edition Ricci Kyle Carman Test Bank

Table of Contents

UNIT 1. INTRODUCTION TO MATERNITY AND PEDIATRIC NURSING 

Chapter 1. Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care
Chapter 2. Family-Centered Community-Based Care
 
UNIT 2 WOMEN’S HEALTH THROUGHOUT THE LIFE SPAN 
Chapter 3. Anatomy and Physiology of the Reproductive System
Chapter 4.  Common Reproductive Issues
Chapter 5. Sexually Transmitted Infections
Chapter 6. Disorders of the Breasts
Chapter 7. Benign Disorders of the Female Reproductive Tract
Chapter 8. Cancers of the Female Reproductive Tract
Chapter 9. Violence and Abuse
 
UNIT 3. PREGNANCY 
Chapter 10. Fetal Development and Genetics
Chapter 11. Maternal Adaptation During Pregnancy
Chapter 12. Nursing Management During Pregnancy
UNIT 4. LABOR AND BIRTH 
Chapter 13 Labor and Birth Process
Chapter 14 Nursing Management During Labor and Birth
 UNIT 5. POSTPARTUM PERIOD 
Chapter 15 Postpartum Adaptations
Chapter 16 Nursing Management During the Postpartum Period
 
UNIT 6 THE NEWBORN 
Chapter 17 Newborn Transitioning
Chapter 18 Nursing Management of the Newborn
 
UNIT 7 CHILDBEARING AT RISK 
Chapter 19 Nursing Management of Pregnancy at Risk: Pregnancy-Related Complications
Chapter 20 Nursing Management of the Pregnancy at Risk: Selected Health Conditions and Vulnerable Populations
Chapter 21 Nursing Management of Labor and Birth at Risk
Chapter 22 Nursing Management of the Postpartum Woman at Risk
UNIT 8  THE NEWBORN AT RISK 
Chapter 23 Nursing Care of the Newborn with Special Needs
Chapter 24 Nursing Management of the Newborn at Risk: Acquired and Congenital Newborn Conditions
 
UNIT 9 HEALTH PROMOTION OF THE GROWING CHILD AND FAMILY 
Chapter 25 Growth and Development of the Newborn and Infant
Chapter 26 Growth and Development of the Toddler
Chapter 27 Growth and Development of the Preschooler
Chapter 28 Growth and Development of the School-Age Child
Chapter 29 Growth and Development of the Adolescent
UNIT 10 FOUNDATIONS OF PEDIATRIC NURSING 
Chapter 30 Atraumatic Care of Children and Families
Chapter 31 Health Supervision
Chapter 32 Health Assessment of Children
Chapter 33  Caring for Children in Diverse Settings
Chapter 34 Caring for the Special Needs Child
Chapter 35 Key Pediatric Nursing Interventions
Chapter 36 Pain Management in Children
UNIT 11 NURSING CARE OF THE CHILD WITH A HEALTH DISORDER 
Chapter 37 Nursing Care of the Child With an Infectious or Communicable Disorder
Chapter 38 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Intracranial Regulation/Neurologic Disorder
Chapter 39 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Sensory Perception/Disorder of the Eyes or Ears
Chapter 40 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Gas Exchange/Respiratory Disorder
Chapter 41 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Perfusion/Cardiovascular Disorder
Chapter 42 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Bowel Elimination/Gastrointestinal Disorder
Chapter 43  Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Urinary Elimination/Genitourinary Disorder
Chapter 44 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Mobility/Neuromuscular or Musculoskeletal Disorder
Chapter 45  Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Tissue Integrity/Integumentary Disorder
Chapter 46 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Cellular Regulation/Hematologic or Neoplastic Disorder
Chapter 47 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Immunity or Immunologic Disorder
Chapter 48 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Metabolism/Endocrine Disorder
Chapter 49 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Genetics
Chapter 50 Nursing Care of the Child With an Alteration in Behavior, Cognition, or Development
Chapter 51 Nursing Care During a Pediatric Emergency

 

Maternity and Pediatric Nursing 4th Edition Ricci Kyle Carman Test Bank
Chapter 1 Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health Care

1
.
The United States ranks 50th in the world for maternal mortality and 41st among
industrialized nations for infant mortality rate. When developing programs to
assist in decreasing these rates, which factor would most likely need to be
addressed as having the greatest impact?
A
)
Resolving all language and cultural differences

B
)
Assuring early and adequate prenatal care

C
)
Providing more extensive womens shelters

D
)
Encouraging all women to eat a balanced diet

2
.
When integrating the principles of family-centered care, the nurse would include
which of the following?
A
)
Childbirth is viewed as a procedural event

B
)
Families are unable to make informed choices

C
)
Childbirth results in changes in relationships

D
)
Families require little information to make appropriate decisions

 

3
.
When preparing a teaching plan for a group of first-time pregnant women, the
nurse expects to review how maternity care has changed over the years. Which
of the following would the nurse include when discussing events of the
20th century?
A
)
Epidemics of puerperal fever

B
)
Performance of the first cesarean birth

C
)
Development of the x-ray to assess pelvic size

D
)
Creation of free-standing birth centers

4
.
After teaching a group of students about pregnancy-related mortality, the
instructor determines that additional teaching is needed when the students
identify which condition as a leading cause?
A
)
Hemorrhage

B
)
Embolism

C
)
Obstructed labor

D
)
Infection

5
.
The nurse is working with a group of community health members to develop a
plan to address the special health needs of women. Which of the following
conditions would the group address as the major problem?
A
)
Smoking

 

B
)
Heart disease

C
)
Diabetes

D
)
Cancer

6
.
When assessing a family for possible barriers to health care, the nurse would
consider which factor to be most important?
A
)
Language

B
)
Health care workers attitudes

C
)
Transportation

D
)
Finances

7
.
After teaching a group of nursing students about the issue of informed consent.
Which of the following, if identified by the student, would indicate an
understanding of a violation of informed consent?
A
)
Performing a procedure on a 15-year-old without consent

B
)
Serving as a witness to the signature process

C
)
Asking whether the client understands what she is signing

D
)
Getting verbal consent over the phone for emergency procedures

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