Brunner & Suddarth Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing 14th Edition Hinkle, Cheever Test Bank

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Table of Contents

UNIT 1  Principles of Nursing Practice
Chapter 1   Professional Nursing Practice
Chapter 2   Medical-Surgical Nursing
Chapter 3   Health Education and Health Promotion
Chapter 4   Adult Health and Physical, Nutritional, and Cultural Assessment
Chapter 5   Stress and Inflammatory Responses
Chapter 6   Genetics and Genomics in Nursing
Chapter 7   Disability and Chronic Illness
Chapter 8   Management of the Older Adult Patient
UNIT 2  Concepts and Principles of  Patient Management
Chapter 9   Pain Management
Chapter 10 Fluid and Electrolytes
Chapter 11 Shock, Sepsis, and Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome
Chapter 12 Oncologic Management
Chapter 13 Palliative and End-of-Life Care
UNIT 3  Perioperative Concepts and Nursing Management
Chapter 14 Preoperative Nursing Management
Chapter 15 Intraoperative Nursing Management
Chapter 16 Postoperative Nursing Management
UNIT 4  Gas Exchange and Respiratory Function
Chapter 17 Assessment of Respiratory Function
Chapter 18 Management of Patients With Upper Respiratory Tract Disorders
Chapter 19 Management of Patients With Chest and Lower Respiratory Tract Disorders
Chapter 20 Management of Patients With Chronic Pulmonary Disease
UNIT 5  Cardiovascular and Circulatory Function
Chapter 21 Assessment of Cardiovascular Function
Chapter 22 Management of Patients With Arrhythmias and Conduction Problems
Chapter 23 Management of Patients With Coronary Vascular Disorders
Chapter 24 Management of Patients With Structural, Infectious, and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders
Chapter 25 Management of Patients With Complications From Heart Disease
Chapter 26 Assessment and Management of Patients With Vascular Disorders and Problems of Peripheral Circulation
Chapter 27 Assessment and Management of Patients With Hypertension
UNIT 6  Hematologic Function
Chapter 28 Assessment of Hematologic Function and Treatment Modalities
Chapter 29 Management of Patients With Nonmalignant Hematologic Disorders
Chapter 30 Management of Patients With Hematologic Neoplasms
UNIT 7  Immunologic Function
Chapter 31 Assessment of Immune Function
Chapter 32 Management of Patients With Immune Deficiency Disorders
Chapter 33 Assessment and Management of Patients With Allergic Disorders
Chapter 34 Assessment and Management of Patients With Inflammatory Rheumatic Disorders
UNIT 8  Musculoskeletal Function
Chapter 35 Assessment of Musculoskeletal Function
Chapter 36 Management of Patients With Musculoskeletal Disorders
Chapter 37 Management of Patients With Musculoskeletal Trauma
UNIT 9  Digestive and Gastrointestinal Function
Chapter 38 Assessment of Digestive and Gastrointestinal Function
Chapter 39 Management of Patients With Oral and Esophageal Disorders
Chapter 40 Management of Patients With Gastric and Duodenal Disorders
Chapter 41 Management of Patients With Intestinal and Rectal Disorders
UNIT 10 Metabolic and Endocrine Function
Chapter 42 Assessment and Management of Patients With Obesity
Chapter 43 Assessment and Management of Patients With Hepatic Disorders
Chapter 44 Management of Patients With Biliary Disorders
Chapter 45 Assessment and Management of Patients With Endocrine Disorders
Chapter 46 Management of Patients With Diabetes
UNIT 11 Kidney and Urinary Tract Function
Chapter 47 Assessment of Kidney and Urinary Function
Chapter 48 Management of Patients With Kidney Disorders
Chapter 49 Management of Patients With Urinary Disorders
UNIT 12 Reproductive Function
Chapter 50 Assessment and Management of Patients With Female Physiologic Processes
Chapter 51 Management of Patients With Female Reproductive Disorders
Chapter 52 Assessment and Management of Patients With Breast Disorders
Chapter 53 Assessment and Management of Patients With Male Reproductive Disorders
Chapter 54 Assessment and Management of Patients Who Are LGBTQ
UNIT 13 Integumentary Function
Chapter 55 Assessment of Integumentary Function
Chapter 56 Management of Patients With Dermatologic Disorders
Chapter 57 Management of Patients With Burn Injury
UNIT 14 Sensory Function
Chapter 58 Assessment and Management of Patients With Eye and Vision Disorders
Chapter 59 Assessment and Management of Patients With Hearing and Balance Disorders
UNIT 15 Neurologic Function
Chapter 60 Assessment of Neurologic Function
Chapter 61 Management of Patients With Neurologic Dysfunction
Chapter 62 Management of Patients With Cerebrovascular Disorders
Chapter 63 Management of Patients With Neurologic Trauma
Chapter 64 Management of Patients With Neurologic Infections, Autoimmune Disorders, and Neuropathies
Chapter 65 Management of Patients With Oncologic or Degenerative Neurologic Disorders
UNIT 16 Acute Community Based Challenges
Chapter 66 Management of Patients With Infectious Diseases
Chapter 67 Emergency Nursing
Chapter 68 Disaster Nursing

Chapter 1

The public health nurse is presenting a health promotion class to a group of new mothers.
1. How should the nurse best define health?
A) Health is being disease free.
B) Health is having fulfillment in all domains of life.
C) Health is having psychological and physiological harmony.
D) Health is being connected in body, mind, and spirit.
Ans: D
Feedback:
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health in the preamble to its constitution
as a “state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the
absence of disease and infirmity.” The other answers are incorrect because they are not
congruent with the WHO definition of health.

2.
A nurse is speaking to a group of prospective nursing students about what it is like to be a
nurse. What is one characteristic the nurse would cite as necessary to possess to be an
effective nurse?
A) Sensitivity to cultural differences
B) Team-focused approach to problem-solving
C) Strict adherence to routine
D) Ability to face criticism
Ans: A

To promote an effective nurse-patient relationship and positive outcomes of care, nursing
care must be culturally competent, appropriate, and sensitive to cultural differences.
Team-focused nursing and strict adherence to routine are not characteristics needed to be
an effective nurse. The ability to handle criticism is important, but to a lesser degree than
cultural competence.

With increases in longevity, people have had to become more knowledgeable about their
health and the professional health care that they receive. One outcome of this
phenomenon is the development of organized self-care education programs. Which of
the
3. following do these programs prioritize?
A) Adequate prenatal care
B) Government advocacy and lobbying
C) Judicious use of online communities
D) Management of illness
Ans: D
Feedback:
Organized self-care education programs emphasize health promotion, disease prevention,
management of illness, self-care, and judicious use of the professional health care
system. Prenatal care, lobbying, and Internet activities are secondary.

4.
The home health nurse is assisting a patient and his family in planning the patient’s
return to work after surgery and the development of postsurgical complications. The
nurse is preparing a plan of care that addresses the patient’s multifaceted needs. To which
level of Maslow’s hierarchy of basic needs does the patient’s need for selffulfillment
relate?
A) Physiologic

B) Transcendence
C) Love and belonging
D) Self-actualization
Ans: D
Feedback:
Maslow’s highest level of human needs is self-actualization, which includes
selffulfillment, desire to know and understand, and aesthetic needs. The other answers are
incorrect because self-fulfillment does not relate directly to them.
The view that health and illness are not static states but that they exist on a continuum is
central to professional health care systems. When planning care, this view aids the nurse
5. in appreciating which of the following?
A) Care should focus primarily on the treatment of disease.
B) A person’s state of health is ever-changing.
C) A person can transition from health to illness rapidly.
D) Care should focus on the patient’s compliance with interventions.
Ans: B
Feedback:
By viewing health and illness on a continuum, it is possible to consider a person as being
neither completely healthy nor completely ill. Instead, a person’s state of health is
everchanging and has the potential to range from high-level wellness to extremely poor
health and imminent death. The other answers are incorrect because patient care should
not focus just on the treatment of disease. Rapid declines in health and “compliance”
with treatment are not key to this view of health.

6.
A group of nursing students are participating in a community health clinic. When
providing care in this context, what should the students teach participants about disease
prevention?

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