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1. A nurse is planning a teaching session for parents of preschool children. Which statement explains why the nurse should include information about morbidity and mortality?
a. Life-span statistics are included in the data.
b. It explains effectiveness of treatment.
c. Cost-effective treatment is detailed for the general population.
d. High-risk age groups for certain disorders or hazards are identified.
2. A clinic nurse is planning a teaching session about childhood obesity prevention for parents of school-age children. The nurse should include which associated risk of obesity in the teaching plan?
a. Type I diabetes
b. Respiratory disease
c. Celiac disease
d. Type II diabetes
3. Which is the leading cause of death in infants younger than 1 year?
a. Congenital anomalies
b. Sudden infant death syndrome
c. Respiratory distress syndrome
d. Bacterial sepsis of the newborn
4. Which leading cause of death topic should the nurse emphasize to a group of African-American boys ranging in ages 15 to 19 years?
c. Firearm homicide
d. Occupational injuries
5. Which is the major cause of death for children older than 1 year?
b. Heart disease
c. Unintentional injuries
d. Congenital anomalies
6. Which is the leading cause of death from unintentional injuries for females ranging in age from 1 to 14?
a. Mechanical suffocation
c. Motor–vehicle-related fatalities
d. Fire- and burn-related fatalities
7. Which factor most impacts the type of injury a child is susceptible to, according to the child’s age?
a. Physical health of the child
b. Developmental level of the child
c. Educational level of the child
d. Number of responsible adults in the home
8. Which is now referred to as the “new morbidity”?
a. Limitations in the major activities of daily living
b. Unintentional injuries that cause chronic health problems
c. Discoveries of new therapies to treat health problems
d. Behavioral, social, and educational problems that alter health
9. A nurse on a pediatric unit is practicing family-centered care. Which is most descriptive of the care the nurse is delivering?
a. Taking over total care of the child to reduce stress on the family
b. Encouraging family dependence on health care systems
c. Recognizing that the family is the constant in a child’s life
d. Excluding families from the decision-making process
10. The nurse is preparing an in-service education to staff about atraumatic care for pediatric patients. Which intervention should the nurse include?
a. Prepare the child for separation from parents during hospitalization by reviewing a video.
b. Prepare the child before any unfamiliar treatment or procedure by demonstrating on a stuffed animal.
c. Help the child accept the loss of control associated with hospitalization.
d. Help the child accept pain that is connected with a treatment or procedure.