A nurse is teaching a client who is 36 weeks of gestation and has a prescription for a nonstress test. Which of the following statements should the nurse include in the teaching? You will be offered orange juice to drink during the tes A nurse is teaching a client who is at 36 weeks of gestation and has a prescription for a nonstress test. Which of the following statements should the nurse include in the teaching? You will be offered orange juice to drink during the test A nurse is teaching a client who is at 36 weeks of gestation and has a prescription for a nonstress test which of the following statements should the nurse include in the teaching A nurse is teaching a client who has a new prescription for combined oral contraceptives about potential adverse effects of the medication for which of the. . Which of the following statements should the nurse include in the teaching? You will be offered orange juice to drink during the test. 39. A nurse is caring for a client who has recently experienced a perinatal death A nurse is caring for a client who is 36 weeks gestation and has a prescription for an amniocentesis. For which of the following reasons should the nurse prepare the client for an ultrasound? **To locate a pocket of fluid**-Locating a pocket of fluid using the ultrasound prior to the amniocentesis reduces the risk of injury to the fetus. A nurse is caring for a client who becomes unresponsive.
Which action should the nurse take? Assist the client to the restroom to void. A nurse is teaching a client who is 36 weeks gestation and has a prescription for a non-stress test. Which of the following statements should the nurse include in her teaching? You will be offered orange juice and a snack during your test A nurse in the antepartum unit is caring for a client who is at 36 weeks of gestation and has pregnancy-induced hypertension. Suddenly, the client reports continuous abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding. The nurse should suspect which of the following complications? A. Placenta previa B. Prolapsed cord C. Incompetent cervix D. Abruptio placenta
A nurse is teaching the guardian of a newborn about caring for the newborn's umbilical cord. A nurse is planning care for a newborn who has hyperbilirubinemia and a new prescription for phototherapy. A nurse is assessing a client who is at 36 weeks of gestation A nurse is teaching a client and her partner about the technique of counter pressure during labor which of the following statements by the nurse is appropriate A nurse is providing dietary teaching to a client who has 32 weeks of gestation and has cholethiasis which of the following foods should the nurse recommend for the client to include in. 01. adenosine O2 digoxin 03. a pulse oximeter 04. a transcutaneous pacemaker The nurse is caring for a client who is at 39 weeks gestation and has a prescription for an intravenous infusion of oxytocin 1 mU/min for induction of labor. The nurse has 10 units of oxytocin in 1,000 mL of lactated Ringer's solution available
A nurse is caring for a client who is at 36 weeks of gestation and has a prescription for an amniocentesis. For which of the following reasons should the nurse prepare the client for an ultrasound? To locate a pocket of fluid. A nurse is demonstrating to a pt. how to bathe her newborn. In which order should the nurse perform the following actions Which of the following is an indication that the nurse should discontinue the infusion? Contraction frequency every 3 min Contraction duration of 100 seconds Fetal heart rate with moderate variability Fetal heart rate of 118/min 5.	A nurse providing dietary teaching for a client who is at 29 weeks of gestation and has phenylketonuria
2. A nurse is reinforcing teaching with a client who is at 16 weeks of gestation, has diabetes mellitus, and has a BMI of 31. Which of the following statements should the nurse identify as an indication that the client understands the teaching? 3. A nurse is planning to reinforce discharge teaching about formula feeding with the guardian of a. The nurse has no 10 units of oxygen in 1.000 ml. of lactated Ringer's solution available. How many ml/hr should the nurse set the intusion pump to administer? Record your answer using a whole number. Answer ml/hr х The nurse has received new medication prescription for a male client. Which of the following prescription should the nurse clarify Question 1. A nurse is assessing a client who has a new prescription for chlorpromazine to treat schizophrenia. The client has a mask-like facial expression and is experiencing involuntary movements and tremors. Which of the following medications should the nurse anticipate administering? Question 2. A nurse is caring for an older adult client who has a prescription for zolpidem at.
49. A nurse is providing teaching to a client who is at 38 weeks of gestation and has a prescription to receive misoprostol intravaginally. Which of the following statement should the nurse make? A. you will need to stay in a side-lying position for 30 minutes after each dose. B 18. A nurse is providing teaching to a client who has fibrocystic breast changes and is experiencing breast discomfort during menstruation. Which of the following instructions should the nurse include? 19. A nurse is admitting a client who is at 35 weeks of gestation and is experiencing mild vaginal bleeding due to placenta previa
21. A nurse is caring for a client who has been taking isoniazid and rifampin for 3 weeks for the treatment of active pulmonary tuberculosis (TB). The client reports his urine is a dark orange color. Which of the following statements should the nurse make? 22. A nurse is providing teaching to a client who has gout and a new prescription for. The nurse immediately takes the client's vital signs. Which is the rationale for the nurse's actions? 26. A new client's pregnancy is confirmed at 10 weeks gestation. Her history reveals that her first two pregnancies ended in spontaneous abortion at 12 and 20 weeks. She has a4-year-old and a set of 1-year-old twins A 36-year-old pregnant client is at a prenatal appointment when her provider tells her she needs an amniocentesis to rule out birth defects because of her age. The client later tells the nurse that she does not want to have the test
A client at 36 weeks' gestation is scheduled for a routine ultrasound prior to an amniocentesis. After teaching the client about the purpose of the ultrasound, which of the following client statements would indicate to the nurse in charge that the client needs further instruction 2. A client at 36 weeks gestation is scheduled for a routine ultrasound prior to an amniocentesis. After teaching the client about the purpose for the ultrasound, which of the following client statements would indicate to the nurse in charge that the client needs further instruction? A. The ultrasound will help to locate the placenta. B A client at 35 weeks' gestation complains of severe abdominal pain and passing clots. The client's vital signs are blood pressure 150/100 mm Hg, heart rate 95 beats/minute, respiratory rate 25 breaths/minute, and fetal heart tones 160 beats/minute A pregnant woman at 36 weeks gestation is followed for PIH and develops proteinuria. To increase protein in her diet, which of the following foods will provide the greatest amount of protein when added to her intake of 100 mL of milk? In the teaching of the parents, the nurse states that: The nurse practitioner determines that a client.
NURS 406 Capstone Mental Health Assessment 1.	A nurse is discussing discipline techniques with the parent of a preschooler. Which of the following statements by the parent indicates an understanding of time-out as a form of discipline? 2.	A nurse in a well-child clinic receives a phone call from the parent of an adolescent client. The parent states I think my son might try to. The patient is 25 years old. B. The patient has a child with cystic fibrosis. C. The patient was exposed to rubella at 36 weeks' gestation. D. The patient has a history of preterm labor at 32 weeks' gestation. 5. A adult female patient is using the rhythm (calendar-basal body temperature) method of family planning
Travel on airplanes is safe until 36 weeks gestation. The primary reason for this restriction is the risk of labor and delivery in an unfamiliar environment. During any kind of travel, pregnant women should stretch and straighten their legs and ankles periodically to prevent venous stasis and the possibility of thrombosis 38. At a prenatal visit at 36 weeks' gestation, a client complains of discomfort with irregularly occurring contractions. The nurse instructs the client to: A. Lie down until they stop. B. Walk around until they subside. C. Time contraction for 30 minutes. D. Take 10 grains of aspirin for the discomfort . 39 If edema exists, the nurse should assess for high blood pressure and proteinuria - other signs of PIH. Hb is measured during the first prenatal visit and again at 24 to 28 weeks' gestation and at 36 weeks' gestation. The pelvis is measured and the Rh factor determined during the first prenatal visit During an assessment of a pregnant patient (who is 20 weeks pregnant) she tells you the following information regarding her pregnancy outcomes: She currently has 3 children (ages: 3, 8, 19), all of them were born at 39 and 40 weeks gestation, she has been pregnant 5 times (including this pregnancy) A primigravida who is at 38 weeks' gestation is undergoing a nonstress test. The nurse determines that the baseline fetal heart rate is 130 to 140 beats/min. It rises to 160 on two occasions and 157 once during a 20-minute period. Each of the episodes in which the heart rate is increased lasts 20 seconds
1. The nurse knows that preeclampsia tends to occur during what time in a pregnancy? A. before 20 weeks. B. in the third trimester and postpartum. C. after 20 weeks. D. in the first and second trimester. The answer is C. Preeclampsia tends to occur AFTER 20 weeks gestation. 2. A patient is currently 34 weeks pregnant with her first baby 6. A nursing student, who you are precepting during their OB rotation, asks you when the fundus of the uterus is no longer palpable. You answer: A. at about 10 to 14 days. B. at about 7 days. C. at 6 weeks. D. 48 hours after the delivery of the baby. The answer is A. This is when the uterus has entered back into the pelvic cavity and is no. 36 Labor Stages, Induced and Augmented Labor Nursing Care Plans. Labor is defined as a series of rhythmic, involuntary, progressive uterine contraction that causes effacement and dilation of the uterine cervix. The process of labor and birth is divided into three stage. The first stage of labor is the longest and involves three phases namely.
A nurse is caring for a client who has a fractured hip and is postoperative open reduction and internal fixation. The client has a closed-suction drain extending out of the wound. A. prevent fluid from accumulating in the wound. B. eliminate pain from the surgical site. C. prevent the development of a wound infection The client at 38 weeks' gestation is admitted to the birthing center in early labor. The client is carrying twins, and one of the fetuses is in a breech presentation. The nurse assists with planning care for the client and identifies which as least likely necessary for the care of this client
Para (the next four numbers) represents the outcomes of the pregnancies and would be described as follows: • T: 1 = term birth at 41 weeks of gestation (son) • P: 2 = preterm birth at 32 weeks of gestation (stillbirth) and 36 weeks of gestation (daughter) • A: 0 = abortion; none • L: 2 = living children, her son and her daughter She is. The Fetal Non-Stress test is a simple, non-invasive test performed in pregnancies over 28 weeks gestation.The test is named non-stress because no stress is placed on the fetus during the test. How is an NST Performed? The test involves attaching one belt to the mother's abdomen to measure fetal heart rate and another belt to measure contractions 1. After completing a second vaginal examination of a client in labor. the nurse-midwife determines that the fetus is in the right occiput anterior position and at (-1) station. Based on these findings. the nurse-midwife knows that the fetal presenting part is: A. 1 cm below the ischial spines. B When teaching a primigravid client at 24 weeks' gestation about the diagnostic tests to determine fetal well-being, which of the following should the nurse include? A fetal biophysical profile involves assessments of breathing movements, body movements, tone, amniotic fluid volume, and fetal heart rate reactivity
Between 18-24 weeks of gestation, it increases to 0.8 unit/kg; at 34 weeks' gestation, 0.9 unit/kg, and 1.0 unit/kg by 36 weeks gestation. Monitor serum blood glucose levels (Fasting blood sugar, preprandial 1 and two hr postprandial) on the first visit, then as indicated by client's condition A nurse is planning care for a client who has acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Which of the following interventions should the nurse include in the plan? A- Administer low flow oxygen continuously.B- Encourage oral intake of at least 3,000 ml per day. C- Offer high-protein and high-carb foods frequently. D- Place in a prone position. , A nurse is providing discharge teaching about. The ultrasound shows that the placenta is located at the edge of the cervical opening. As the nurse you know that which statement is FALSE about this finding: A. This is known as marginal placenta previa. B. The placenta may move upward as the pregnancy progresses and needs to be re-evaluated with another ultrasound at about 32 weeks gestation. C Between 18 and 30 weeks of gestation, the fundal height measured in centimeters should equal the week of gestation. Have the client empty her bladder and measure from the level of the symphysis pubis to the upper border of the fundus. 32. Begin assessing for fetal movement between 16 and 20 weeks of gestation During a routine prenatal visit, a client, 36 weeks pregnant, states she has difficulty breathing and feels like her pulse rate is really fast. The nurse finds her pulse to be 100 beats per minute (increased from baseline readings of 70 to 74 beats per minute. and irregular, with bilateral crackles in the lower lung bases
19. A client arrives at a prenatal clinic for the first prenatal assessment. The client tells a nurse that the first day of her last menstrual period was September 19, 2006. Using Nagele's rule, determine the estimated date of confinement. 20. A nurse is reviewing the record of a client who has just been told that a pregnancy test is positive Nurse care planning for a client with prenatal hemorrhage include assess maternal/fetal condition, maintain circulatory fluid volume, assist with efforts to nurture the pregnancy, if possible, avoid complications, provide emotional support to the client/couple, and provide knowledge on short- and long-term complications of the hemorrhage. Here are seven (7) nursing care plans (NCP) for. When taking an obstetrical history on a pregnant client who states, I had a son born at 38 weeks gestation, a daughter born at 30 weeks gestationand I lost a baby at about 8 weeks, the nurse should record her obstetrical history as which of the following? The nurse documents these observations as signs of: A. Hematoma B. Placenta previa C. Uterine atony D. Placental separation. 6. A nurse in the postpartum unit is caring for a client who has just delivered a newborn infant following a pregnancy with placenta previa. The nurse reviews the plan of care and prepares to monitor the client for which.
Course: Medical-Surgical Nursing (NUR1211) 90 questions. A nurse is car ing for a client who is having a seizur e. Whic h of the follo wing. interventions in the nurse 's priority? T urn the client to the side. A nurse is car ing for a group of c lients. The nurse sh ould plan to mak e a ref erral to 4. Lecithin and sphingomyelin are surfactants, and by 36 weeks' gestation, the L/S ratio should be approximately 2:1 and should indicate fetal lung maturity; however, the L/S ratio is not as accurate as the PG test. Clinical Area: Childbearing and Women's Health Nursing Client Needs: Reduction of Risk Control Cognitive Level The nurse is caring for a neonate with fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS). The nurse includes which priority intervention in the plan of care for this newborn. Monitor neonate response to feedings and the weight gain pattern. A client delivers a viable neonate who is given APGAR scores of 8 and 9 at 1 and 5 minutes Up to 28 weeks' gestation, follow-up visits involve assessment of the client's blood pressure and weight, urine testing for protein and glucose, along with fundal height and fetal heart rate. Between weeks 24 and 28, a blood glucose level is obtained. Assessment for edema is typically done between 29 and 36 weeks' gestation. 7. MULTIPLE. The chief purpose of the Jackson-Pratt drain is to: The nurse is performing an initial assessment of a newborn Caucasian male delivered at 32 weeks gestation. The nurse can expect to find the presence of: The nurse is caring for a client admitted with multiple trauma. Fractures include the pelvis, femur, and ulna
ATI PROCTORED NUTRITION EXAM-2020STUDY GUIDE A nurse is teaching a female client about a healthy diet to control hypertension. Which of the following client statements indicates an understanding of the teaching A nurse is assessing a client who has diabetes mellitus. Which of the following findings should the nurse identify as manifestation of hypoglycemia A nurse is providing treatment for a. RN ATI maternal newborn Alignment A nurse is performing a vaginal exam on a client who is in active labor. The nurse notes the umbilical cord protrudin RN Maternal Newborn Online Practice 2016 A 01. A nurse on the postpartum unit is caring for a client following a cesarean birth. Which of the following assessments is the nurses priority? 02. A nurse is caring for a client who is in labor and whose fetus is in the right occiput posterior position. The client is dilated to 8 cm and reports back pain. Which of the following actions should. 51. A client is admitted to the L & D suite at 36 weeks' gestation. She has a history of C-section and complains of severe abdominal pain that started less than 1 hour earlier. When the nurse palpates titanic contractions, the client again complains of severe pain. After the client vomits, she states that the pain is better and then passes out
38) The nurse is assessing a multigravida, 36 weeks gestation for symptoms of pregnancy-induced hypertension and preeclampsia. The nurse should give priority to assessing the client for: Facial swelling; Pulse deficits; Ankle edema; Diminished reflexes; 39) Kids,Between the ages of 1 and 10 are the only ones prone to hypertension. True; Fals Preterm labor ( 37 weeks gestation) accounts for 11.9% of births in the United States (National Center for Health Statistics, 2002). While the causes of preterm Nursing Care of the Patient With 144 VOLUME 29 | NUMBER 3 May/June 2004 290302_C_rupture.qxd 4/22/2004 1:35 PM Page 14 A 36-year-old patient has been diagnosed with scleroderma and has breathing difficulties, including wheezing and dry cough. A nurse is teaching a client who has trouble with mobility about how best to decrease the risk of a blood clot. Which of the following statements made by the nurse is correct? The mother is 39 weeks' gestation. Normal Client has chosen and made contact with a primary care provider (midwife, physician, obstetrician or nurse practitioner) and has a visit scheduled for routine prenatal care and/or risk related testing. Education/ Anticipatory Guidance Learn from client and family about their past experiences with prenatal care. Review th
Contracting varicella between 25 to 36 weeks gestation increases the risk of the infant developing herpes zoster infection (shingles) after birth. 13 There is a 17-30% risk of serious disease in a newborn infant if the mother contracts varicella between five days before birth and two days after. 13 a. 5 weeks gestation b. 10 weeks gestation c. 15 weeks gestation d. 20 weeks gestation 16. A client LMP began July 5. Her EDD should be which of the following? a. January 2 b. March 28 c. April 12 d. October 12 17. Which of the following fundal heights indicates less than 12 weeks' gestation when the date of the LMP is unknown? a. Uterus in. The nurse will know that her teaching has been effective when the client responds that a low-‐fiber diet allows the inclusion of: A. Whole-‐grain breads, seeds, and legumes B. Fresh fruits and vegetables C. Bran and whole-‐grain cereals D. Cooked vegetables, fruits and refined breads 86 A 36-year-old postpartum client is at increased risk of deep vein thrombosis based on her age and a history of a previous DVT. Which of the following nursing interventions is most appropriate to prevent DVT in this client?. Instruct the client to stay in bed and turn from side to side every 2 hour 92. Which type of lochia should the nurse expect to find in a client 2 days PP? A. Foul-smelling. B. Lochia serosa. C. Lochia alba. D. Lochia rubra . 93. After the expulsion of the placenta in a client who has six living children, an infusion of lactated ringer's solution with 10 units of Pitocin is ordered
The nurse in charge is reviewing a patient's prenatal history. Which finding indicates a genetic risk factor? a. The patient is 25 years old b. The patient has a child with cystic fibrosis c. The patient was exposed to rubella at 36 weeks' gestation d. The patient has a history of preterm labor at 32 weeks' gestation5 Maternity Nursing Lisa Heelan, MSN, FNP-BC Treatment for medical conditions or risk reduction Education Frequency of Prenatal Visits Every 4 weeks until 28 weeks gestation Every 2 weeks until 36 weeks gestation Weekly until delivery Antepartal Nursing Interventions Being knowledgeable in the normal changes of pregnancy Instructing in signs. A nurse is collecting data on a pregnant client who is at 28 weeks of gestation. The nursemeasures the fundal height in centimeters and expects the findings to be which of the following?1. 22 cm2. 28 cm3. 36 cm4. 40 cmAnswer: 2Rationale: During the second and third trimesters (weeks 18 to 30), fundal height in centimetersapproximately equals. This is week 2 to week 8. Conception has occurred and a heartbeat is present The heartbeat is heard and visualized on a transvaginal ultrasound around 6 weeks All the major brain structures in place. The embryo is approximately 1.2 inches long. So it's about the size of an olive. Our last stage is the fetal stage which is 8 weeks to birth A pregnant client asks the nurse in the clinic when she will be able to start feeling the fetus move. The nurse responds by telling the mother that fetal movements will be noted between: 1. 6 and 8 weeks' gestation 2. 8 and 10 weeks' gestation 3. 10 and 12 weeks' gestation 4. 16 and 20 weeks' gestation
The nurse is performing an initial assessment of a newborn Caucasian male delivered at 32 weeks gestation. The nurse can expect to find the presence of: Mongolian spots. Scrotal rugae. Head lag. Vernix caseosa. The nurse is caring for a client admitted with multiple trauma. Fractures include the pelvis, femur, and ulna 31. a nurse is planning care for a client who has a new prescription for parental nutrition in 20% dextrose and fat emulsion. Which of the following is the appropriate action to indicate in the plan of care? Prepare the client for a central venous line. Change the PN infusion bag every 48 hours. Administer the PN and fat emulsion separatel The nurse is assessing a multigravida, 36 weeks gestation for symptoms of pregnancy-induced hypertension and preeclampsia. The nurse should give priority to assessing the client for: Facial swelling: An adolescent with borderline personality disorders is hospitalized with suicidal ideation and self-mutilation The nurse caring for Amanda is called away from the bedside to admit a new client who has come in with complaints of painless vaginal bleeding at 29 weeks gestation. The nurse is concerned that the care of Amanda, who is entering transition, and the new client, will be compromised if the nurse has to care for both clients
provider to act in the patients best interests. The nurse had to provide advanced neonatal care to the neonates. Case 5 A patient x is a 26 years old primigravida, who presented at 36 weeks gestation for her normal antenatal clinic in a facility, she explained that she would like to be induced the following day because her mother was very ill an The nurse is teaching a client with Parkinson's disease ways to prevent curvatures of the spine associated with the disease. To prevent spinal flexion, the nurse should tell the client to: A client with tuberculosis has a prescription for Myambutol (ethambutol HCl). 36 weeks gestation for symptoms of pregnancy-induced hypertension and.
a. a woman who is at 10 weeks' gestation, is having nausea and vomiting, and has + 1 ketones in her urine. b. a woman who is at 37 weeks' gestation and has insulin-dependent diabetes experiencing two to three hyperglycemic episodes weekly. c. a woman at 32 weeks' gestation who is preeclamptic with + 3 proteinuria Preterm birth can result in problems of the lungs, heart, brain, and other body systems of a newborn baby. Learn how steroids and antibiotics can treat preterm labor . The woman asks the nurse about the purpose of betamethasone, which has been prescribed by the obstetrician. The nurse should tell the client that the medication will promote which action? 1. Delay delivery. 2. Prevent membrane rupture. 3 Section 17a-210-2 - Administration of Medication. (a) Licensed personnel shall administer medication in any residential facility operated, licensed or funded by the department in which 16 or more persons reside. Discussion. Regions may obtain a waiver of this section to allow certified, unlicensed personnel to administer medications in a.
The nurse is assessing a client with preterm labor at 32 weeks gestation. The client is receiving terbutaline sulfate (Bricanyl) as prescribed. The client has a prescription for intravenous vancomycin. The nurse should ask the nursing assistant to closely monitor the client's The nurse has reinforced teaching with a client who is. For the past 8 hours, a 20-year-old primigravid client in active labor with intact membranes has been experiencing regular contractions. the fetal heart rate is 136 bpm with good variability. after determining that the client is still in the latent phase of labor, the nurse should observe the client for The nurse is assisting a client undergoing induction of labor at 41 weeks' gestation. The client's contractions are moderate and occurring every 2 to 3 minutes, with a duration of 60 seconds. An internal fetal heart rate monitor is in place. The baseline fetal heart rate has been 120 to 122 beats/minute for the past hour The 30-year neurodevelopmental follow-up of this cohort were exposed to corticosteroids from 30.9-34.6 weeks of gestation and delivered at a median of 35 weeks of gestation (range 33.4-38.0 weeks of gestation). A total of 34% (n=66) of the cohort delivered at term 50. Cognitive functioning as measured by the Weschler scales, working memory.