Test Bank For Wongs Nursing Care of Infants and Children 11th Edition by Hockenberry

Digital item No Waiting Time Instant Download
ISBN-10: 032354939X, ISBN-13: 9780323549394

In Stock

$14.00

Compare
SKU:000786000388

Test Bank For Wongs Nursing Care of Infants and Children 11th Edition by Hockenberry

Table of Contents

Chapter 01: Perspectives of Pediatric Nursing 2

Chapter 02: Social, Cultural, Religious, and Family Influences on Child Health Promotion

18

Chapter 03: Hereditary Influences on Health Promotion of the Child and Family 36

Chapter 04: Communication, Physical, and Developmental Assessment of the Child and Family 54

Chapter 05: Pain Assessment and Management in Children 76

Chapter 06: Childhood Communicable and Infectious Diseases 94

 

Chapter 07: Health Promotion of the Newborn and Family Chapter 08: Health Problems of the Newborn

Chapter 09: The High-Risk Newborn and Family Chapter 10: Health Promotion of the Infant and Family Chapter 11: Health Problems of the Infant

Chapter 12: Health Promotion of the Toddler and Family Chapter 13: Health Promotion of the Preschooler and Family Chapter 14: Health Problems of Early Childhood

Chapter 15: Health Promotion of the School-Age Child and Family Chapter 16: Health Problems of the School-Age Child

Chapter 17: Health Promotion of the Adolescent and Family Chapter 18: Health Problems of the Adolescent

 Chapter 19: Family-Centered Care of the Child with Chronic Illness or Disability Chapter 20: Family-Centered Palliative Care

Chapter 20: Impact of Cognitive or Sensory Impairment on the Child and Family Chapter 21: Family-Centered Care of the Child During Illness and Hospitalization Chapter 22: Pediatric Nursing Interventions and Skills

Chapter 23: The Child with Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalance Chapter 24: The Child with Renal Dysfunction

Chapter 25: The Child with Gastrointestinal Dysfunction Chapter 26: The Child with Respiratory Dysfunction Chapter 27: The Child with Cardiovascular Dysfunction

Chapter 28: The Child with Hematologic or Immunologic Dysfunction Chapter 29: The Child with Cancer

Chapter 30: The Child with Cerebral Dysfunction Chapter 31: The Child with Endocrine Dysfunction Chapter 32: The Child with Integumentary Dysfunction

Chapter 33: The Child with Musculoskeletal or Articular Dysfunction Chapter 34: The Child with Neuromuscular or Muscular Dysfunction

114

132

148

173

194

215

236

254

272

292

311

327

355

377

395

416

436

460

489

518

549

582

613

643

671

702

730

749

778

 

 Chapter 01: Perspectives of Pediatric Nursing

MULTIPLE CHOICE

  1. The clinic nurse is reviewing statistics on infant mortality for the United States versus other countries. Compared with other countries that have a population of at least 25 million, the nurse makes which determination?
  1. The United States is ranked last among 27 countries.
  1. The United States is ranked similar to 20 other developed countries.
  1. The United States is ranked in the middle of 20 other developed countries.
  1. The United States is ranked highest among 27 other industrialized countries.

ANS: A

Although the death rate has decreased, the United States still ranks last in infant mortality among nations with a population of at least 25 million. The United States has the highest infant death rate of developed nations.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Remembering

 TOP: Nursing Process: Assessment MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. Which is the leading cause of death in infants younger than 1 year in the United States?
  1. Congenital anomalies
  1. Sudden infant death syndrome
  1. Disorders related to short gestation and low birth weight
  2. Maternal complications specific to the perinatal period ANS: A

Congenital anomalies account for 20.1% of deaths in infants younger than 1 year compared with sudden infant death syndrome, which accounts for 8.2%; disorders related to short gestation and unspecified low birth weight, which account for 16.5%; and maternal complications such as infections specific to the perinatal period, which account for 6.1% of deaths in infants younger than 1 year of age.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Remembering

MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. What is the major cause of death for children older than 1 year in the United States?
  1. Heart disease

b.Childhood cancer

  1. Unintentional injuries
  2. Congenital anomalies ANS: C

Unintentional injuries (accidents) are the leading cause of death after age 1 year through adolescence. The leading cause of death for those younger than 1 year is congenital anomalies, and childhood cancers and heart disease cause a significantly lower percentage of deaths in children older than 1 year of age.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Understanding

MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. In addition to injuries, what are the leading causes of death in adolescents ages 15 to 19 years?
  1. Suicide and cancer
  1. Suicide and homicide
  1. Drowning and cancer
  2. Homicide and heart disease ANS: B

Suicide and homicide account for 16.7% of deaths in this age group. Suicide and cancer account for 10.9% of deaths, heart disease and cancer account for approximately 5.5%, and homicide and heart disease account for 10.9% of the deaths in this age group.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Remembering

MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. The nurse is planning a teaching session to adolescents about deaths by unintentional injuries. Which should the nurse include in the session with regard to deaths caused by injuries?
  1. More deaths occur in males.
  1. More deaths occur in females.
  1. The pattern of deaths does not vary according to age and sex.
  1. The pattern of deaths does not vary widely among different ethnic groups.

ANS: A

among different ethnic groups, and the causes of unintentional deaths vary with age and gender. DIF: Cognitive Level: Applying

TOP: Integrated Process: Teaching/Learning

MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. What do mortality statistics describe?
  1. Disease occurring regularly within a geographic location
  1. The number of individuals who have died over a specific period
  1. The prevalence of specific illness in the population at a particular time
  2. Disease occurring in more than the number of expected cases in a community ANS: B

Mortality statistics refer to the number of individuals who have died over a specific period.

 Morbidity statistics show the prevalence of specific illness in the population at a particular time. Data regarding disease within a geographic region, or in greater than expected numbers in a community, may be extrapolated from analyzing the morbidity statistics.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Remembering

MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. The nurse should assess which age group for suicide ideation since suicide in which age group is the third leading cause of death?
  1. Preschoolers
  1. Young school age
  1. Middle school age
  2. Late school age and adolescents ANS: D

Suicide is the third leading cause of death in children ages 10 to 19 years; therefore, the age group should be late school age and adolescents. Suicide is not one of the leading causes of death for preschool and young or middle school-aged children.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Understanding

TOP: Nursing Process: Assessment MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. Parents of a hospitalized toddler ask the nurse, What is meant by family-centered care? The nurse should

  1. Family-centered care reduces the effect of cultural diversity on the family.
  1. Family-centered care encourages family dependence on the health care system.
  1. Family-centered care recognizes that the family is the constant in a childs life.
  1. Family-centered care avoids expecting families to be part of the decision-making process.

ANS: C

The three key components of family-centered care are respect, collaboration, and support. Family-centered care recognizes the family as the constant in the childs life. The family should be enabled and empowered to work with the health care system and is expected to be part of the decision-making process. The nurse should also support the familys cultural diversity, not reduce its effect.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Applying

TOP: Nursing Process: Implementation MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. The nurse is describing clinical reasoning to a group of nursing students. Which is most descriptive of clinical reasoning?
  1. Purposeful and goal directed
  1. A simple developmental process
  1. Based on deliberate and irrational thought
  2. Assists individuals in guessing what is most appropriate ANS: A

Clinical reasoning is a complex developmental process based on rational and deliberate thought. When thinking is clear, precise, accurate, relevant, consistent, and fair, a logical connection develops between the elements of thought and the problem at hand.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Applying

TOP: Integrated Process: Teaching/Learning

MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. Evidence-based practice (EBP), a decision-making model, is best described as which?
  1. Using information in textbooks to guide care
  1. Combining knowledge with clinical experience and intuition
  1. Using a professional code of ethics as a means for decision making

d.Gathering all evidence that applies to the childs health and family situation

ANS: B

EBP helps focus on measurable outcomes; the use of demonstrated, effective interventions; and questioning what is the best approach. EBP involves decision making based on data, not all evidence on a particular situation, and involves the latest available data. Nurses can use textbooks to determine areas of concern and potential involvement.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Remembering

MSC: Client Needs: Safe and Effective Care Environment

  1. Which best describes signs and symptoms as part of a nursing diagnosis?
  1. Description of potential risk factors
  1. Identification of actual health problems
  1. Human response to state of illness or health
  2. Cues and clusters derived from patient assessment ANS: D

Signs and symptoms are the cues and clusters of defining characteristics that are derived from a patient assessment and indicate actual health problems. The first part of the nursing diagnosis is the problem statement, also known as the human response to the state of illness or health. The identification of actual health problems may be part of the medical diagnosis. The nursing diagnosis is based on the human response to these problems. The human response is therefore a component of the nursing diagnostic statement. Potential risk factors are used to identify nursing care needs to avoid the development of an actual health problem when a potential one exists.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Understanding

TOP: Integrated Process: Communication and Documentation MSC: Client Needs: Safe and Effective Care Environment

  1. The nurse is talking to a group of parents of school-age children at an after-school program about childhood health problems. Which statement should the nurse include in the teaching?
  1. Childhood obesity is the most common nutritional problem among children.
  1. Immunization rates are the same among children of different races and ethnicity.
  1. Dental caries is not a problem commonly seen in children since the introduction of fluoridated water.
  1. Mental health problems are typically not seen in school-age children but may be diagnosed in adolescents.

ANS: A

When teaching parents of school-age children about childhood health problems, the nurse should include information about childhood obesity because it is the most common problem among children and is associated with type 2 diabetes. Teaching parents about ways to prevent obesity is important to include. Immunization rates differ depending on the childs race and ethnicity; dental caries continues to be a common chronic disease in childhood; and mental health problems are seen in children as young as school age, not just in adolescents.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Applying

TOP: Integrated Process: Teaching/Learning

MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. The nurse is planning care for a hospitalized preschool-aged child. Which should the nurse plan to ensure atraumatic care?
  1. Limit explanation of procedures because the child is preschool aged.
  1. Ask that all family members leave the room when performing procedures.
  1. Allow the child to choose the type of juice to drink with the administration of oral medications.
  1. ExplainthatEMLAcreamcannotbeusedforthemorninglabdrawbecausethereisnottimeforittobeeffective.

ANS: C

The overriding goal in providing atraumatic care is first, do no harm. Allowing the child a choice of juice to drink when taking oral medications provides the child with a sense of control. The preschool child should be prepared before procedures, so limiting explanations of procedures would increase anxiety. The family should be allowed to stay with the child during procedures, minimizing stress. Lidocaine/prilocaine (EMLA) cream is a topical local anesthetic. The nurse should plan to use the prescribed cream in time for morning laboratory draws to minimize pain.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Applying

MSC: Client Needs: Health Promotion and Maintenance

  1. Which situation denotes a nontherapeutic nursepatientfamily relationship?
  1. The nurse is planning to read a favorite fairy tale to a patient.
  1. During shift report, the nurse is criticizing parents for not visiting their child.
  1. The nurse is discussing with a fellow nurse the emotional draw to a certain patient.
  1. The nurse is working with a family to find ways to decrease the familys dependence on health care providers.

ANS: B

Criticizing parents for not visiting in shift report is nontherapeutic and shows an underinvolvement with the parents. Reading a fairy tale is a therapeutic and age appropriate action. Discussing feelings of an emotional draw with a fellow nurse is therapeutic and shows a willingness to understand feelings. Working with parents to decrease dependence on health care providers is therapeutic and helps to empower the family.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Analyzing

MSC: Client Needs: Psychosocial Integrity

  1. The nurse is aware that which age group is at risk for childhood injury because of the cognitive characteristic of magical and egocentric thinking?
  1. Preschool
  1. Young school age
  1. Middle school age
  2. Adolescent ANS: A

 Preschool children have the cognitive characteristic of magical and egocentric thinking, meaning they are unable to comprehend danger to self or others. Young and middle school-aged children have transitional cognitive processes, and they may attempt dangerous acts without detailed planning but recognize danger to themselves or others. Adolescents have formal operational cognitive processes and are preoccupied with abstract thinking.

DIF: Cognitive Level: Understanding TOP: Nursing Process: Assessment

MSC: Client Needs: Safe and Effective Care Environment

  1. The school nurse is assessing children for risk factors related to childhood injuries. Which child has the most risk factors related to childhood injury?
  1. Female, multiple siblings, stable home life
  1. Male, high activity level, stressful home life
  1. Male, even tempered, history of previous injuries
  2. Female, reacts negatively to new situations, no serious previous injuries ANS: B

Boys have a preponderance for injuries over girls because of a difference in behavioral characteristics, a high activity temperament is associated with risk-taking behaviors, and stress predisposes children to increased risk taking and self-destructive behaviors. Therefore, a male child with a high activity level and living in a stressful environment has the highest number of risk factors. A girl with several siblings and a stable home life is low risk. A boy with previous injuries has two risk factors, but an even temper is not a risk factor for injuries. A

girl who reacts negatively to new situations but has no previous serious illnesses has only one risk factor. DIF: Cognitive Level: Analyzing

TOP: Nursing Process: Assessment

MSC: Client Needs: Safe and Effective Care Environment

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Write a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Bestsellers

Seidel’s Guide to Physical Examination 9th Edition by Ball Test Bank

$20.00
(0 Reviews)
Seidel's Guide to Physical Examination 9th Edition by Ball Test Bank is a great resource for students who are preparing for their physical examination. The guide provides a comprehensive overview of the examination process, including how to properly examine patients, identify signs and symptoms, and document findings. In addition, the guide includes a wide range of practice questions that will help students prepare for the examination. The Seidel's Guide to Physical Examination 9th Edition by Ball Test Bank is an essential resource for any student who is preparing for their physical examination.

Evidence Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare A Guide to Best Practice 2nd Edition Mazurek Melnyk Fineout Overhault

$25.00
(0 Reviews)
Evidence-based practice (EBP) is an approach to healthcare that incorporates the best available evidence into decision-making. This means that, when faced with a clinical problem, practitioners first undertake a systematic search of the scientific literature in order to identify the most effective interventions. Evidence-based practice is not only limited to the use of evidence from research studies, however. It also takes into account clinical experience and expert opinion, as well as patient preferences and values. The Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare: A Guide to Best Practice 2nd Edition is a comprehensive resource for nurses and other healthcare professionals who want to learn more about this approach to care. The book provides an overview of the EBP process, including how to select and appraise evidence, and how to implement Evidence Based Practices in day-to-day nursing care. In addition, the book includes a number of case studies and real-world examples that illustrate how EBP can be used to improve patient outcomes. Whether you are new to Evidence Based Practice or looking for a refresher, this book is an essential resource for anyone interested in providing the best possible care for their patients.

Test bank for Varcarolis’ Foundations of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing A Clinical 8th Edition

$14.00
(0 Reviews)
Digital item No Waiting Time Instant Download
  • ISBN-13: 978-0323389679
  • ISBN-10: 0323389678
  • Format: PDF
  • Language: English
  • Author: Margaret Jordan Halter
  • Publisher: ‎Saunders

Bates’ Guide To Physical Examination and History Taking 13th Edition Bickley Test Bank

$22.00
(0 Reviews)
Digital item No Waiting Time Instant Download Chapters: 27 Format: PDF ISBN-13: 978-1496398178 ISBN-10: 1496398173 Publisher: LWW Authors: Lynn S. Bickley MD FACP, Peter G. Szilagyi, Richard M. Hoffman, Rainier P. Soriano

Test bank For Community Public Health Nursing 7th Edition by Nies

$14.00
(0 Reviews)
Digital item No Waiting Time Instant Download
  • ISBN-13: 978-0323528948
  • ISBN-10: 0323528945
  • Format: PDF
  • Language: English
  • Authors: Mary A. Nies, Melanie McEwen
  • Publisher: ‎ Saunders

Physical Examination and Health Assessment 7th Edition Jarvis Test Bank

$25.00
(0 Reviews)
Physical Examination and Health Assessment 7th Edition Jarvis Test Bank Physical Examination and Health Assessment, 7e (Jarvis) Chapter 1 The Nurse’s Role in Physical Examination and Health Assessment 1) Concerning the definition of health, which of the following statements is true? A) Absolute health is a state characterized by the complete absence of disease. B) Optimal health is a dynamic state of being that represents a lifelong process of becoming. C) Functional health is the ability to perform basic activities of daily living. D) Disease must be present for an individual to be unhealthy.Answer: B Feedback: See Section 1.1. Learning Outcome: Explain the relationship between health promotion, risk reduction, and disease prevention and explain how these relate to physical examination and health assessment. Tier Level: 2 2) Physical examination and health assessment are performed primarily to A) diagnose disease states. B) assess an individual’s degree of wellness or illness. C) document findings related to suspected or actual health problems or concerns. D) all of the above.Answer: D Feedback: See Section 1.1. Learning Outcome: Summarize purposes for performing physical examination and health assessment. Tier Level: 2 3) Physical examination techniques used to

Test Bank For Advanced Practice Nursing in the Care of Older Adults 2nd Edition Kennedy-Malone

$15.00
(0 Reviews)
Digital item No Waiting Time Instant Download ISBN-10:0803666616 ISBN-13:9780803666610

 

 

Product has been added to your cart