Health Promotion and Maintenance Set-3
Health Promotion and Maintenance Set-3
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A 24-year-old woman gave birth to a healthy baby in the hospital. The nurse is instructing the mother about the vaccines that her baby should receive from birth to 6 years old. Which of the following vaccine is the “First Shots” a newborn receives at the birth center or before leaving the hospital:
Which of the following is the common cause of Irreversible Dementia:
Which of the following condition cannot be managed with Self Care:
There is a fire on the 2nd floor of the hospital that filled the lobby with smoke. One of the evacuated patients tells the nurse that he is finding it difficult to breathe and feeling suffocated. Which of the following observation by the nurse about the cause of the symptom is correct:
At which Developmental Stage, a child may not feel secure at the world and will not trust adults in his life if adequate, loving, and reliable care is not provided to him:
A nurse is explaining about the Food and Safety precautions to a group of patients with HIV/AIDS. Which of the below-given foods will the nurse tells the patient to stop eating as a precaution:
The nurse is teaching a Diabetes 2 patient about Footcare. Which of the following statement by the patient shows that the patient needs more instructions:
Which of the following score of Agar Test shows that the newborn baby requires immediate life-saving techniques and resuscitation:
A mother arrives at the hospital with his 3-year-old son who looks much older than he should be. The routine checkups and diagnosis results show that the child has the condition of Progeria. What is the average life expectancy of the child with this type of disease:
The old friend of an age 16 girl informs her friend’s mother that her daughter has started taking alcohol and drugs with her new friends. The mother talks with the girl about her risky behavior and consequences. Which of the following statement by the mother is inappropriate?
Which of the following physical activity daily is recommended for children and adolescents (6-17 years):
A nurse is teaching about healthy foods to a group of families in a community center. Which of the following foods told by the nurse to the families are rich in nutrients and lower in calories and fats:
The nurse is explaining the patient about the benefits and risks of Self Care. Which of the following is Self Care risk:
A nurse is explaining about the necessity of Immunization to a mother of a 2-year-old child in a Primary Health Center. The mother asks the nurse if her baby can get vaccines once she starts going to school. What would be the response of the nurse:
At what age a person commonly experience the loss of ability to see close items, or read at arm’s length:
A 30-year old woman has delivered a healthy baby. Which of the following evaluation of postpartum vital signs for the first hour after delivery is recommended:
A 35 year old woman got serious burn injuries when she was trapped inside her burning house. In which of the following type of Health Care system will she be referred for the treatment of her burn injuries :
The mother arrives at the clinic with her age 12 son who slipped and suffered a cut within the scalp. After examining the wound, the doctor recommends closing the cut immediately. Which of the following is the best way to close cut within the scalp:
A 25-year-old woman after five years of a long and happy relationship with a boy proposes the boy with a marriage, but he refused. The betrayal broke the girl, and she decided to stay single and not marry again. Which of the following stage of psychosocial development does the behavior of the girl show:
The nurse is teaching the risks and prevention of developing Type 2 diabetes to a group of Native Americans in a Community Health Center. Which of the following statement by the nurse is helpful in lowering the chance of developing Type 2 diabetes: