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Physical Assessment In Nursing Study Set 1

Nursing

Quiz 11 :

Psychosocial Health, Substance Abuse, and Intimate Partner Violence

Quiz 11 :

Psychosocial Health, Substance Abuse, and Intimate Partner Violence

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The educator is reviewing the symptoms associated with emotional stress with the staff nurses. Which symptoms should the educator include? Select all that apply.
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A,C,D

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The nurse is assessing a client that lives in a rural area for stressors. Which should the nurse assess the client for?
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C

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The nurse is caring for a client with anorexia. Which subjective findings should the nurse anticipate? Select all that apply.
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A,B,E

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The nurse is assessing a client that begins using a collection of conglomeration words that have no meaning. Which should the nurse document the finding as?
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The nurse is preparing to assess a client. Which should the nurse recognize is a risk factor for suicide? Select all that apply.
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A client being seen in the clinic for abdominal discomfort and a decreased energy level tells the nurse they just lost their job. Which factor should the nurse suspect could be attributed to the client's abdominal discomfort?
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The nurse is assessing a client for potential warning signs of an impending suicide attempt. Which statement should the nurse be concerned with?
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A client tells the nurse that they have been experiencing emotional distress over the past few weeks. Which physical assessment finding should the nurse anticipate?
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The nurse is preparing to assess a client with bulimia nervosa. Which assessment findings should the nurse anticipate?
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The nurse is assessing a client for substance abuse using the CAGE tool. Which question should the nurse ask the client? Select all that apply.
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The educator is discussing the impact of self-concept on health with the nursing staff. Which factor should the educator include in the discussion?
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The nurse educator is reviewing the components of a psychosocial assessment with a group of students. Which definition of psychosocial health is appropriate for the educator to include in the review session?
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A client's mother is distraught over her child's recent leukemic relapse and states, "What did I do wrong? Why does he deserve this? Why can't it be me?" Which should the nurse recognize the statements are associated with?
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The nurse is preparing to assess a client suspected of synthetic cannabinoid (SCB)toxicity. Which assessment findings should the nurse anticipate? Select all that apply.
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The nurse is caring for an adult client with a history of sexual abuse. Which behavioral and phycological affect should the nurse be aware of that increases the client's vulnerability to health problems?
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The nurse is preparing to assess the physiological signs of stress in a client. Which findings does the nurse anticipate? Select all that apply.
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The educator is discussing with the nursing staff the reasons why women stay in abusive relationships. Which statement made by a nurse indicates further education is required?
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The nurse interviewing an adolescent suspects problem with self-concept. Which should the nurse recognize is a main contributing factor to a limited self-concept?
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The educator is reviewing the objective findings for binge eating disorder with the nurses. Which statement made by a nurse indicates further teaching is required?
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The nurse is preparing to give an injection to a young child. Which technique should the nurse use?
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