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AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS – HEALTH PROMOTION ASSESSMENT

AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS – HEALTH PROMOTION ASSESSMENT According to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, older adults should be screened for colorectal cancer with sigmoidoscopy every: Which topic should be a priority when providing anticipatory guidance to an 8-year-old child? All of the following strategies are useful for assessing older adults at high risk for falls except: Higher level self-care functioning activities are referred to as: Which of the following would help a 9-year-old develop a sense of industry? Which technique would be least effective in gaining the cooperation of a toddler during a physical exam? The first sign of puberty in a male is: At what age would a baby first be expected to locate an object hidden from view? The 10 minute geriatric screener is a tool used to assess: Part of the nutritional assessment includes anthropometric measurements. These measurements include all of the following except: The first sign of puberty in females is: Sarcopenia is: Sarcopenia is loss of lean body mass and strength associated with aging. The mechanism responsible for muscle loss is not fully understood. Nonetheless, there is a substantial body of evidence that strength training in older adults can slow or reverse this process. Which activity would be most appropriate to promote the growth and development of a 3-year-old boy with hemophilia who is one week post hemarthrosis episode of his left knee? Of the five percussion notes, which one produces a drum-like sound heard over air filled structures during the abdominal examination? According to U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an adult aged 60 years should be screened for colorectal cancer with colonoscopy: Several interventions have been known to prevent falls in the older adult. These interventions include all of the following except: Basic self-care activities are referred to as: The most appropriate approach to use when teaching a preschooler safety education would be to: The goal of palliative care is to: Which one of the following is an appropriate type of play for a 6-month-old infant? When obtaining information from an adolescent who has likely been sexually abused, the most appropriate action initially is to: Which one of the following would be an abnormal finding in a 6-month-old? In which of the following situations would a one-year-old child be at risk for lead poisoning? According to the most recent recommendation from U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, screening healthy older adult men for prostate cancer by prostate specific antigen should occur: During the concrete operational period of middle childhood, which of the following is the expected cognitive development? The child is: Toilet training is most appropriately initiated when the child: According to the 2008 U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, older adults should be screened for colorectal cancer yearly using high-sensitivity fecal occult blood tests (FOBTs) between: Which one of the following statements indicates a developmental delay? A 6-month-old presents today for a well child visit. He is sitting in his mother’s lap. Assessment should begin with: Which one of the following statements is true about immunity? Which one of the following statements made by a mother indicates that her 5-month-old infant is ready for solid foods? According to the most recent recommendation from U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, healthy women older than 65 years of age should be screened for cervical cancer: Which one of the following positions is the most accurate regarding infant car seat placement? The car seat should: When assessing a normal 5-year-old, the last site to assess would be the: The assessment finding that would necessitate a need for additional follow-up in a preschooler would be if the child: A characteristic finding in the elderly population is: At what age is it considered normal for a child to pick up objects using the palm of the hand only? In the older adult, the term “Sixth Vital Sign” assesses: According to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, older adults should be screened for colorectal cancer with high-sensitivity fecal occult blood tests (FOBTs) every: According to the most recent recommendation from U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an adult aged 65 should be screened for breast cancer: Which of the following is considered an extrinsic risk factor for falls in the older adult? The formula used to guide “time out” as a disciplinary method is: Which one of the following choices would NOT be recommended for effective communication for an older adult? To assess for strabismus in a child, use the: An infant weighed 8 pounds at birth. According to the principles of normal growth and development, how much should he weigh at 12 months of age? Which of the following is the most age appropriate play for an 8-year-old girl? When assessing a preschooler’s mouth, the number of deciduous teeth seen should be: Which of the following milestones is developmentally appropriate for a 2-month-old infant when pulled to a sitting position? During the first 6 months of life, an infant will: A five year old will engage in what type of play?

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