Test Bank Of Kozier & Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing 8th Edition By Shirlee

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Test Bank Of Kozier & Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing 8th Edition By Shirlee

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1) A client wishes to discontinue treatment for his cancer. Acting as the client advocate, the nurse 1) makes this statement to the client’s physician:

A) “The family must be involved in this decision.”
B) “The client is making his own decision.”
C) “Let’s educate the family about the consequences of this decision.”

D) “The client would benefit from additional information about treatment options.”

Answer: B Explanation:

A) A client advocate acts to protect the client and may represent the client’s needs and wishes to other health professionals, such as relaying the client’s wishes for information to the physician. Providing additional information to the client about treatment options and bringing the family into the decision-making process would be examples of the nurse acting as teacher or counselor.

Implementation Psychosocial integrity Application

B) A client advocate acts to protect the client and may represent the client’s needs and wishes to other health professionals, such as relaying the client’s wishes for information to the physician. Providing additional information to the client about treatment options and bringing the family into the decision-making process would be examples of the nurse acting as teacher or counselor.

Implementation Psychosocial integrity Application

C) A client advocate acts to protect the client and may represent the client’s needs and wishes to other health professionals, such as relaying the client’s wishes for information to the physician. Providing additional information to the client about treatment options and bringing the family into the decision-making process would be examples of the nurse acting as teacher or counselor.

Implementation Psychosocial integrity Application

D) A client advocate acts to protect the client and may represent the client’s needs and wishes to other health professionals, such as relaying the client’s wishes for information to the physician. Providing additional information to the client about treatment options and bringing the family into the decision-making process would be examples of the nurse acting as teacher or counselor.

Implementation Psychosocial integrity Application

2) Explaining the present economic challenges to students in the community health course, the nurse 2) educator would emphasize the importance of nurses being familiar with which of the following?

A) Advances in science and technology
B) Emphasis shift from inpatient to outpatient care C) Diagnostic-related groups (DRGs)

D) Consumer representatives on governing boards of nursing associations and regulatory agencies

Answer: B

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Explanation:

A) Economics is one of the social forces currently influencing the profession of nursing. As a result of the shift from inpatient to outpatient care, more nurses are being employed in community-based health settings. Other forces include consumer demands, family structure, and science and technology. DRGs are a classification system that categorically establishes pretreatment billing based on diagnosis. Though this is an aspect of economic factors affecting nursing, it is not the underlying cause of more personnel being employed in community-based settings.

Evaluation
Safe, effective care environment Application

B) Economics is one of the social forces currently influencing the profession of nursing. As a result of the shift from inpatient to outpatient care, more nurses are being employed in community-based health settings. Other forces include consumer demands, family structure, and science and technology. DRGs are a classification system that categorically establishes pretreatment billing based on diagnosis. Though this is an aspect of economic factors affecting nursing, it is not the underlying cause of more personnel being employed in community-based settings.
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Safe, effective care environment
Application

C) Economics is one of the social forces currently influencing the profession of nursing. As a result of the shift from inpatient to outpatient care, more nurses are being employed in community-based health settings. Other forces include consumer demands, family structure, and science and technology. DRGs are a classification system that categorically establishes pretreatment billing based on diagnosis. Though this is an aspect of economic factors affecting nursing, it is not the underlying cause of more personnel being employed in community-based settings.

Evaluation
Safe, effective care environment Application

D) Economics is one of the social forces currently influencing the profession of nursing. As a result of the shift from inpatient to outpatient care, more nurses are being employed in community-based health settings. Other forces include consumer demands, family structure, and science and technology. DRGs are a classification system that categorically establishes pretreatment billing based on diagnosis. Though this is an aspect of economic factors affecting nursing, it is not the underlying cause of more personnel being employed in community-based settings.

Evaluation
Safe, effective care environment Application

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3) The nurse practitioner is working with the staff nurse to change the plan of care for a client. This is 3) an example of which of the ANA standards of practice?

A) Planning B) Implementation C) Outcomes identification D) Assessment

Answer: B Explanation:

A) Consultation-as in advanced practice nurses and staff nurses working together-is a way for those involved with the client’s care to influence the plan, enhance the abilities of others, and effect change. Consultation is part of Standard 5: Implementation. Assessment deals with data collection. Outcomes identification sets identified goals for a plan specific to the client or situation. Planning prescribes strategies and alternatives to attain expected outcomes.

Implementation
Safe, effective care environment Application

B) Consultation-as in advanced practice nurses and staff nurses working together-is a way for those involved with the client’s care to influence the plan, enhance the abilities of others, and effect change. Consultation is part of Standard 5: Implementation. Assessment deals with data collection. Outcomes identification sets identified goals for a plan specific to the client or situation. Planning prescribes strategies and alternatives to attain expected outcomes.

Implementation
Safe, effective care environment Application

C) Consultation-as in advanced practice nurses and staff nurses working together-is a way for those involved with the client’s care to influence the plan, enhance the abilities of others, and effect change. Consultation is part of Standard 5: Implementation. Assessment deals with data collection. Outcomes identification sets identified goals for a plan specific to the client or situation. Planning prescribes strategies and alternatives to attain expected outcomes.

Implementation
Safe, effective care environment Application

D) Consultation-as in advanced practice nurses and staff nurses working together-is a way for those involved with the client’s care to influence the plan, enhance the abilities of others, and effect change. Consultation is part of Standard 5: Implementation. Assessment deals with data collection. Outcomes identification sets identified goals for a plan specific to the client or situation. Planning prescribes strategies and alternatives to attain expected outcomes.

Implementation
Safe, effective care environment Application

4) A nurse has decided to focus on educating the community about health promotion and wellness. 4) Which of the following would be an example of this?

A) Holding classes on prevention of sexually transmitted disease
B) Initiating prenatal and infant care
C) Implementing an exercise class for clients who have had a stroke

D) Teaching a class about home accident prevention Answer: D

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