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Physical Assessment In Nursing Study Set 1

Nursing

Quiz 25 :

The Pregnant Woman

Quiz 25 :

The Pregnant Woman

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The nurse is preparing to measure the abdomen of a client who is 24 weeks gestation. Which is the anticipated height of the fundus?
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B

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The nurse is assessing a postpartum client and notes that the peri-pad has whitish-yellow discharge. Which term will the nurse use when documenting this finding in the medical record?
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D

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The nurse palpating a laboring client's contraction notes that it is mild. Which component of the contraction should the nurse associate the finding with?
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A

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A client's fundal height is slightly above the symphysis pubis. Based on this data, how many weeks gestation is the client?
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The nurse is performing a pelvic examination on a client who is 20 weeks pregnant and notes a white, odorless discharge from the vagina. Based on this data, which action by the nurse is the most appropriate?
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The nurse is examining a client who is 37 weeks pregnant. Which assessment finding would require immediate intervention by the nurse?
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The nurse is assisting the healthcare provider during a vaginal examination. The healthcare provider notes that the cervix has a bluish-purple change in coloration. Based on this data, which will the nurse document in the medical record?
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The nurse is interviewing a female client who reports no menstrual periods for 2 months and breast soreness. The nurse would document this data as which classification of signs of pregnancy?
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A client who is 38 weeks pregnant reports increased urinary frequency. Based on this data, which response by the nurse is indicated?
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A pregnant client reports concern about the development of reddish marks on her abdomen and breasts. Which information should the nurse include when addressing the client's concern? Select all that apply.
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The nurse is discussing dietary recommendations with a client who has been experiencing a larger than recommended weight gain during her pregnancy. The client reports reducing the empty calories and red meat while significantly increasing intake of fish, poultry, fresh fruits, and vegetables. Based on this data, which response by the nurse is the most appropriate?
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The nurse examining a client notes a softening of the cervix. Which terminology should be documented to reflect the finding?
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The healthcare provider is using Leopold maneuvers to assess fetal positioning. Which maneuver is used to assess the fetal back?
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The nurse is preparing to assess the fetal heart tones for a client whose fetus is in the LOA position. Which maternal abdominal location should the nurse use to assess the fetal heart tones?
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The nurse is assessing a client in the third trimester of pregnancy and notes a yellowish discharge from both breasts. Which action by the nurse is the most appropriate?
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The nurse is caring for a pregnant client who desires to know the estimated date of birth (EDB)for the baby. The client reports that the last menstrual period (LMP)was May 10. Using Naegele's rule, which date will the nurse share with client?
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The nurse is interviewing a client who is 36 weeks pregnant. Which client statement would require immediate intervention by the nurse?
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The nurse is interviewing a primigravida client who is 17 weeks pregnant. During the data collection, the client reports she has not felt the baby move yet. Which response by the nurse is the most appropriate?
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A client at 33 weeks' gestation calls the healthcare provider's office and reports she was attempting to nap when she became dizzy and felt faint. Which assessment data is the priority in this situation?
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While reviewing a pregnant client's medical record, the nurse notes that the cervix was soft in texture and nontender during the pelvic examination. Which is the appropriate terminology for the clinical finding?
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