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NR 222 Exam 1 (Real Exam Additional Questions-Answers)

NR 222 Exam 1 (Real Exam Additional Questions-Answers) 1. Who authored the framework, which provides the foundation for nursing assessment and diagnosis using the functional health patterns? a. Erikson b. Gordon c. Newman d. Nightingale When assessing a client’s activity-exercise pattern, which subjective finding has implications for nursing practice? a. A person’s decreased muscle tone b. A person’s amount of leisure time c. A person’s decreased range of motion d. A person’s use of a cane During a health history, a person reports getting 5 hours of sleep a night. What does this information indicate to the nurse? a. The person is not receiving enough sleep. b. The person is receiving adequate sleep. c. The nurse must determine where the person sleeps. d. The nurse must ask additional questions. A nurse is counseling a person with a dysfunctional sleep pattern. Which of the following recommendations would the nurse most likely give the person? a. Read in bed until he falls asleep. b. Avoid fluids after 7 PM. c. Exercise immediately before bedtime. d. Watch television in the recliner in the evening. A young couple is deciding if they should get married and start a family. Which of Erikson’s life stages are they experiencing? a. Identity vs. role confusion b. Intimacy vs. isolation c. Generativity vs. stagnation d. Ego integrity vs. despair A client reports that her family will be moving because her husband is taking a new job in another state. She is very unhappy about the decision and doesn’t want to move. What action should the nurse take next? a. Assess the client’s and family’s coping mechanisms in handling stress. b. Encourage the client to act excited about the move. c. Talk to the husband to get his perspective on the move. d. Tell her that all families must cope with new situations from time to time. The nurse is caring for a family who has 2-year-old twins. Which of the following health promotion advice would be included in the nurse’s plan of care for this couple? a. Wear bicycle helmets for safety. b. Use caution around the family swimming pool. c. Cross the street at using the crosswalks. d. Advocate for the day care to provide adequate socialization. A nurse is providing follow-up care for a family who has recently had a baby. Which of the following topics should the nurse anticipate discussing with the family? a. Type 1 diabetes b. Fetal alcohol syndrome c. Communicable diseases d. SIDS A nurse is using a health education component when teaching about smoking cessation. Which of the following actions is the nurse implementing? a. Setting a quit date for people in a smoking cessation class b. Providing education regarding the benefits of smoking cessation c. Allowing smokers to participate in a smoking cessation program only if they use the patch nicotine replacement system d. Encouraging attendees of a smoking cessation program to participate in a research study A nurse is counseling a teenager who smokes one pack of cigarettes a day. The teenager states he likes to smoke with his friends and does not recognize the connection between his smoking and his asthma. When planning an intervention for this person, the nurse must first recognize that the teenager is in the: a. Precontemplation stage of change. b. Preparation stage of change. c. Action stage of change. d. Maintenance stage of change. A Medicare client reports to the home care nurse that he is receiving care through an accountable care organization (ACO). Which of the following considerations should be made when delivering care to this individual? a. The individual must see a primary care provider before being referred to a specialist. b. The focus of care is prevention and management of individuals with chronic disease. c. The individual has paid a membership fee to be part of this organization. d. The focus of care is to conserve money in a health savings account. Which form of managed care restricts providers to caring for individuals who are members of their organization? a. Fee-for-service plan b. Health maintenance organization (HMO) c. Preferred provider organization (PPO) d. Independent practice association (IPA)

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