Test Bank for Women’s Health Care in Advanced Practice Nursing 2nd Edition Alexander (Answers after each Chapter)



Test Bank: Women’s Health

Care in Advanced Practice

Nursing, 2nd Edition


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Women’s Health Care in Advanced Practice Nursing 2nd Edition Alexander Testbank

(Answers after each Chapter)

Chapter 1 Women and Their Health

The United States ranks 50th in the world for maternal mortality and 41st among industrialized nations


1. 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


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

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The nurse is working with a group of community health members to develop a plan to address the


5. health needs of women. Which of the following conditions would the group address as the

major problem?

A) Smoking

B) Heart disease

C) Diabetes


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


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


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

8. The nurse is trying to get consent to care for an 11-year-old boy with diabetic ketoacidosis. His

parents are out of town on vacation, and the child is staying with a neighbor. Which action would be the


A) Getting telephone consent with two people listening to the verbal consent

B) Providing emergency care without parental consent

C) Contacting the childs aunt or uncle to obtain their consent

D)Advocating for termination of parental rights for this situation

9. After teaching nursing students about the basic concepts of family-centered care, the instructor

determines that the teaching was successful when the students state which of the following?

A) Childbirth affects the entire family, and relationships will change.

B) Families are not capable of making health care decisions for themselves.

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C) Mothers are the family members affected by childbirth.

D)Childbirth is a medical procedure.

10. A nursing instructor is preparing a class discussion on the trends in health care and health care

delivery over the past several centuries. When discussing the changes during the past century, which of

the following would the instructor be least likely to include?

A) Disease prevention

B) Health promotion

C) Wellness

D) Analysis of morbidity and mortality

11. A nurse is assigned to care for an Asian American client. The nurse develops a plan of care with the

understanding that based on this clients cultural background, the client most likely views illness as which

of the following?

A) Caused by supernatural forces.

B) A punishment for sins.

C) Due to spirits or demons.

D) From an imbalance of yin and yang

12. A nurse is developing a plan of care for a woman to ensure continuity of care during pregnancy,

labor,and childbirth. Which of the following would be most important for the nurse to incorporate into



A) Adhering to strict, specific routines

B) Involving a pediatric physician

C) Educating the client about the importance of a support person

D) Assigning several nurses as a support team

13. A nursing instructor is preparing a class discussion on case management in maternal and newborn

health care. Which of the following would the instructor include as a key component? Select all that


A) Advocacy

B) Coordination

C) Communication

D) Resource management

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