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Newborn Nursing

Nursing

Quiz 34 :

Home Care of the Postpartum Family

Quiz 34 :

Home Care of the Postpartum Family

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To prevent sudden infant death syndrome (S I D S), the nurse encourages the parents of a term infant to place the infant in which position when the infant is sleeping?
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C

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The nurse should explain to new parents that their infant's position should be changed periodically during the early months of life to prevent which of the following?
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C

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The home care nurse is seeing a client at 6 weeks postpartum. Which statement by the client indicates the need for immediate intervention?
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B

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The nurse is at the home of a postpartum client for an initial assessment. The client gave birth by cesarean section 1 week earlier. Which statements should the nurse include? Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.
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Nurses should educate parents about which of the following A A P recommendations to promote a safe sleep environment and decrease the risk of S I D S and S U I D in infants less than 12 months of age?
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The home care nurse is examining a newborn who is sleeping on a pillow in a basket, covered with a fluffy blanket. There is also a stuffed animal in the basket. The most important nursing action to do is which of the following?
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The nurse is assessing a new mother 2 days after a normal vaginal delivery. The mother has chosen not to breastfeed. What would an abnormal finding be?
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The postpartum home care client asks the nurse why the visit is taking place. Which response is best?
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Babies should sleep in what position every time they are put down for sleep?
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The nurse is teaching experienced postpartum nurses about home care visits. Which statements indicate that teaching was effective? Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.
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The nurse is speaking to a community group about the controversy regarding the length of the hospital stay for postpartum clients. Which statement indicates that a participant needs additional information?
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The nurse is making a postpartum home visit in the summer. The new father asks about taking the baby to a family outing this weekend. The nurse should encourage the father to do which of the following?
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The nurse is performing a postpartum home care visit. Which teaching has the highest priority?
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During a postpartum home visit, which step should the nurse take to establish a caring relationship?
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The postpartum home care nurse is assessing a new mother, and finds her temperature to be 101.6°F. What is the most important nursing action?
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The nurse is meeting with a new mother for the first time during a home visit. The client delivered her first child 3 days ago. She had a normal pregnancy and a vaginal delivery. The infant is breastfeeding. Which statements by the mother indicate that she needs more information about the home visit? Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.
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A new mother is concerned about spoiling her newborn. The home care nurse teaches the mother which of the following?
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Late preterm infants have higher infant morbidity and mortality rates than term infants. Which of the following complications can they experience?
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The home care nurse is visiting a newborn-and-mother couplet. Which nursing action has the highest priority?
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The nurse is planning a home care visit to a mother who just recently delivered. The neighborhood is known to have a significant crime rate. What should the nurse do when planning this visit to facilitate personal safety?
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