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HESI RN FUNDAMENTALS EXAM 2020 Questions and Answers (Perfect Score)

HESI RN FUNDAMENTALS EXAM 2020 A nurse is teaching staff members about the legal terminology used in child abuse. What definition of battery should the nurse include in the teaching? 1 Maligning a person's character while threatening to do bodily harm. 2 A legal wrong committed by one person against property of another.  Correct3 The application of force to another person without lawful justification. 4 Behaving in a way that a reasonable person with the same education would not. Battery means touching in an offensive manner or actually injuring another person. Battery refers to actual bodily harm rather than threats of physical or psychological harm. Battery refers to harm against persons instead of property. Behaving in a way that a reasonable person with the same education would not is the definition of negligence. 65%of students nationwide answered this question correctly. View Topics Confidence: Nailed it Stats Issue with this question? 3. Which nursing interventions require a nurse to wear gloves? (Select all that apply.) 1 Giving a back rub.  Correct2 Cleaning a newborn immediately after delivery.  Correct3 Emptying a portable wound drainage system. 4 Interviewing a client in the emergency department. 5 Obtaining the blood pressure of a client who is human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) positive Personal protective equipment (PPE) should be used because the newborn is covered with amniotic fluid and maternal blood. PPE should be used because the nurse may be exposed to blood and fluid that are contained in the portable wound drainage system. PPE is not required for a back rub; there is no indication that the nurse is in contact with body secretions. PPE is not necessary when conducting an interview because it is unlikely that the nurse will come in contact with the client's body fluids. PPE is not necessary when obtaining the blood pressure of a client, even if the client is HIV positive. 60%of students nationwide answered this question correctly. View Topics Confidence: Nailed it Stats Issue with this question? 4. A nurse is caring for a client with hemiplegia who is frustrated. How can the nurse motivate the client toward independence? 1 Establish long-range goals for the client. 2 Identify errors that the client can correct.  Correct3 Reinforce success in tasks accomplished. 4 Demonstrate ways to promote self-reliance. Success is a basic motivation for learning. People receive satisfaction when a goal is reached. Progress toward long-range goals often is not apparent readily and may be discouraging. Constructive criticism is an important aspect of client teaching, but if it is not tempered with praise, it is discouraging. Demonstrating ways to promote self-reliance is an important part of teaching, but it probably will not motivate the client. 65%of students nationwide answered this question correctly. View Topics Confidence: Pretty sure Stats Issue with this question?

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