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Quiz 18 :

Pregnancy at Risk: Gestational Onset

Quiz 18 :

Pregnancy at Risk: Gestational Onset

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The prenatal clinic nurse is caring for a client with hyperemesis gravidarum at 14 weeks' gestation. The vital signs are: blood pressure 95/48, pulse 114, respirations 24. Which order should the nurse implement first?
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B

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A client is concerned because she has been told that her blood type and her baby's are incompatible. What is the nurse's best response?
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A

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The community nurse is working with a client at 32 weeks' gestation who has been diagnosed with preeclampsia. Which statement by the client would indicate that additional information is needed?
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C

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A woman is 16 weeks pregnant. She has had cramping, backache, and mild bleeding for the past 3 days. Her physician determines that her cervix is dilated to 2 centimeters, with 10% effacement, but membranes are still intact. She is crying, and says to the nurse, "Is my baby going to be okay?" In addition to acknowledging the client's fear, what should the nurse also say?
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When blood pressure and other signs indicate that preeclampsia is worsening, hospitalization is necessary to monitor the woman's condition closely. At that time, which of the following should be assessed? Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.
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The client with blood type A, R h-negative, delivered yesterday. Her infant is blood type AB, R h-positive. Which statement indicates that teaching has been effective?
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The nurse is assessing a client who has severe preeclampsia. What assessment finding should be reported to the physician?
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Which maternal-child client should the nurse see first?
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If the woman is R h negative and not sensitized, she is given R h immune globulin to prevent what?
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A client who is 11 weeks pregnant presents to the emergency department with complaints of dizziness, lower abdominal pain, and right shoulder pain. Laboratory tests reveal a beta-hCG at a lower-than-expected level for this gestational age. An adnexal mass is palpable. Ultrasound confirms no intrauterine gestation. The client is crying and asks what is happening. The nurse knows that the most likely diagnosis is an ectopic pregnancy. Which statement should the nurse include?
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The nurse is supervising care in the emergency department. Which situation most requires an intervention?
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A woman is hospitalized with severe preeclampsia. The nurse is meal-planning with the client and encourages a diet that is high in what?
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A woman is experiencing preterm labor. The client asks why she is on betamethasone. Which is the nurse's best response?
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Infants of women with preeclampsia during pregnancy tend to be small for gestational age (SGA) because of which condition?
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The community health nurse is teaching a class about causes of traumatic injury leading to pregnancy complications. What statement should the nurse include in the teaching?
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A clinic nurse is planning when to administer R h immune globulin (R h o G A M) to an R h-negative pregnant client. When should the first dose of R h o G A M be administered?
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Whether sensitization is the result of a blood transfusion or maternal-fetal hemorrhage for any reason, what test can be performed to determine the amount of R h(D) positive blood present in the maternal circulation, and to calculate the amount of R h immune globulin needed?
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A woman at 7 weeks' gestation is diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum. Which nursing diagnosis would receive priority?
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The nurse is performing a preoperative assessment on a client who is in the second trimester of pregnancy. For which finding(s) should the nurse monitor? Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.
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A primary herpes simplex infection in the first trimester can increase the risk of which of the following?
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