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1.  A client with preeclampsia has been receiving an infusion containing magnesium sulfate for a blood pressure that is 160/80; deep tendon reflexes are 1 plus, and the urinary output for the past hour is 100mL. The nurse should: 
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2.  A full-term male has hypospadias. Which statement describes hypospadias?
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D.
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3.  The physician has ordered an intravenous infusion of Pitocin for the induction of labor. When caring for the obstetric client receiving intravenous Pitocin, the nurse should monitor for: 
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4.  The client with varicella will most likely have an order for which category of medication? 
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5.  A pregnant client, age 32, asks the nurse why her doctor has recommended a serum alpha fetoprotein. The nurse should explain that the doctor has recommended the test: 
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6.  A client with a missed abortion at 29 weeks gestation is admitted to the hospital. The client will most likely be treated with: 
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D.
7.  The nurse is responsible for performing a neonatal assessment on a full-term infant. At 1 minute, the nurse could expect to find: 
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8.  A client with diabetes visits the prenatal clinic at 28 weeks gestation. Which statement is true regarding insulin needs during pregnancy? 
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9.  A primigravida, age 42, is 6 weeks pregnant. Based on the client’s age, her infant is at risk for: 
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10.  The nurse is monitoring the progress of a client in labor. Which finding should be reported to the physician immediately? 
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11.  The nurse is measuring the duration of the client’s contractions. Which statement is true regarding the measurement of the duration of contractions?
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12.  A client who delivered this morning tells the nurse that she plans to breastfeed her baby. The nurse is aware that successful breastfeeding is most dependent on the:
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13.  An infant who weighs 8 pounds at birth would be expected to weigh how many pounds at 1 year? 
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14.  A client with acute pancreatitis is experiencing severe abdominal pain. Which of the following orders should be questioned by the nurse?
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15.  A client is admitted complaining of chest pain. Which of the following drug orders should the nurse question? 
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D.
16.  Which statement made by the nurse describes the inheritance pattern of autosomal recessive disorders? 
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17.  A gravida III para II is admitted to the labor unit. Vaginal exam reveals that the client’s cervix is 8cm dilated, with complete effacement. The priority nursing diagnosis at this time is:
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18.  Clients with chest pain can be treated with nitroglycerin, a beta blocker such as propanolol, or Varapamil. There is no indication for an antibiotic such asAmpicillin, so answers A, C, and D are incorrect.
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19.  A client with hypothyroidism asks the nurse if she will still need to take thyroid medication during the pregnancy. The nurse’s response is based on the knowledge that: 
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20.  A client in the prenatal clinic is assessed to have a blood pressure of 180/96. The nurse should give priority to: 
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B.
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D.
21.  The client is admitted to the chemical dependence unit with an order for continuous observation. The nurse is aware that the doctor has ordered continuous observation because: 
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D.
22.  A client with diabetes has an order for ultrasonography. Preparation for an ultrasound includes: 
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D.
23.  A client with sickle cell anemia is admitted to the labor and delivery unit during the first phase of labor. The nurse should anticipate the client’s need for: 
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D.
24.  A pregnant client with a history of alcohol addiction is scheduled for a nonstress test. The nonstress test: 
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25.  The nurse is caring for a 30-year-old male admitted with a stab wound. While in the emergency room, a chest tube is inserted. Which of the following explains the primary rationale for insertion of chest tubes?
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