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OB High Risk Newborn Final Practice 53 Questions with Verified Answers,100% CORRECT

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OB High Risk Newborn Final Practice 53 Questions with Verified Answers A 1-day-old neonate, 32 weeks' gestation, is in an overhead warmer. The nurse assesses the morning axillary temperature as 96.9ºF. Which of the following could explain this assessment finding? 1. This is a normal temperature for a preterm neonate. 2. Axillary temperatures are not valid for preterm babies. 3. The supply of brown adipose tissue is incomplete. 4. Conduction heat loss is pronounced in the baby. - CORR...

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Exam 4: High Risk Newborn NCLEX 117 Questions with Verified Answers,100% CORRECT

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Exam 4: High Risk Newborn NCLEX 117 Questions with Verified Answers 3 - CORRECT ANSWER A 1-day-old neonate, 32 weeks' gestation, is in an overhead warmer. The nurse assesses the morning axillary temperature as 96.9°F. Which of the following could explain this assessment finding? 1. This is a normal temperature for a preterm neonate. 2. Axillary temperatures are not valid for preterm babies. 3. The supply of brown adipose tissue is incomplete. 4. Conduction heat loss is pronounced ...

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High-Risk Neonatal Nursing Care Olds Maternal-Newborn Exam 91 Questions with Verified Answers,100% CORRECT

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High-Risk Neonatal Nursing Care Olds Maternal-Newborn Exam 91 Questions with Verified Answers What factors influence the outcomes of the at-risk newborn? Select all that apply. a. Type and length of newborn illness. b. Maternal factors. c. Gestational age. d. Environmental factors. e. Birth weight. - CORRECT ANSWER Birth weight. Gestational age. Types and length of newborn illness. Environmental factors. Maternal factors. Rationale: All are correct. Maternal factors, such as age a...

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High-Risk Neonatal Nursing Care Exam 63 Questions with Verified Answers,100% CORRECT

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High-Risk Neonatal Nursing Care Exam 63 Questions with Verified Answers A nurse is assessing a preterm baby with a gestational age of 32 weeks and birth weight of 1,389 grams. Which of the following signs if present would be a possible indication of RDS. A. Expiratory grunting and intercostal retractions. B. Respiratory rate of 46 breaths per minute and presence of acrocyanosis. C. Mild nasal flaring and heart rate of 140 beats per minute. D. Bradycardia and bounding pulse - CORRECT A...

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MN Exam3 High Risk Neonatal NCLEX 30 Questions with Verified Answers,100% CORRECT

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MN Exam3 High Risk Neonatal NCLEX 30 Questions with Verified Answers A neonate is born at 33 weeks' gestation with a birth weight of 2400 grams. This neonate would be classified as: a. Low birth weight b. Very low birth weight c. Extremely low birth weight d. Very premature - CORRECT ANSWER a. Low birth weight Rationale: Neonates with a birth weight of less than 2500 grams but greater than 1500 grams are classified as low birth weight. A nurse assesses that a 3-day-old neonate ...

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Newborn at Risk NCLEX 64 Questions with Verified Answers,100% CORRECT

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Newborn at Risk NCLEX 64 Questions with Verified Answers The nurse assisted with the birth of a newborn. Which nursing action is most effective in preventing heat loss by evaporation? 1. Warming the crib pad 2. Closing the doors to the room 3. Drying the infant with a warm blanket 4. Turning on the overhead radiant warmer - CORRECT ANSWER 3. Drying the infant with a warm blanket The nurse is assessing a newborn who was born to a mother who is addicted to drugs. Which findings should ...

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Newborn At Risk NCLEX Exam 55 Questions with Verified Answers The pediatric nurse prepares a newborn for phototherapy. The nurse explains to the parents that certain organs need to be protected during treatment. Which organs are these? A. Eyes and ears B. Eyes and hands C. Eyes and genitals D. Genitals and hands - CORRECT ANSWER C ~ Phototherapy uses daylight and cool white, blue, or special blue fluorescent light tubes. These lights are the most effective form of phototherapy and are pla...

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CCRN-NICU Exam 130 Questions with Verified Answers,100% CORRECT

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CCRN-NICU Exam 130 Questions with Verified Answers A patient who is G3P2 at 32 weeks' gestation arrives at the triage unit complaining of regular uterine contractions. Her pregnancy history includes a preterm delivery at 34 weeks. Before examining her, the nurse performs electronic fetal monitoring and obtains a complete history. The patient reports no bleeding and no rupture of membranes. She has no vaginal examinations or sexual activity for more than 24 hours. The biochemical marker usefu...

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The Preterm Infant- PEDS Test 2|94 Questions with Verified Answers,100% CORRECT

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The Preterm Infant- PEDS Test 2|94 Questions with Verified Answers Neonatal intensive care nursing - CORRECT ANSWER -Neonatal intensive care nurses care for premature and critically ill newborns in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) of a hospital responsibilities of a NICU nurse - CORRECT ANSWER -Neonatal ICU nurses are responsible for managing and carrying out an at-risk newborn's plan of care, monitoring the newborn's condition, administering any necessary meds, and recording the ...

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NICU: neonatal intensive care unit Exam 51 Questions with Verified Answers,100% CORRECT

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NICU: neonatal intensive care unit Exam 51 Questions with Verified Answers level i - CORRECT ANSWER nursery classification; routine deliveries; well infants level ii - CORRECT ANSWER nursery classification; specialty nursery, photo therapy, IV antibiotics, tube feedings level iii - CORRECT ANSWER nursery classification; subspecialty nursery, care for all neonatal conditions level iv - CORRECT ANSWER nursery classification; rescue care, HFV. this means high frequency ventilation 3 ...

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