Health Promotion and Maintenance
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- You are caring for a 75-year-old client in a long-term care facility. The client has difficulty with mobility and is experiencing some cognitive decline. How would you assess and address the client’s psychosocial needs related to aging?
- A new mother is concerned about providing care for her newborn. How would you educate and support her in newborn care, including feeding and infant hygiene?
- You are assigned to care for a 40-year-old client who has recently been diagnosed with a chronic medical condition. How would you provide age-specific care and education to address the client’s needs related to their age and health condition?
- An 85-year-old client has been admitted to your unit after a fall at home. What specific considerations would you take into account when providing care and education to this elderly client during their hospital stay?
- A pregnant client is experiencing signs of postpartum hemorrhage. How would you assess and manage this potentially life-threatening complication?
- A pregnant client asks you to calculate her expected delivery date. Explain how you would perform this calculation and provide the client with this information.
- You are providing prenatal care to a first-time mother. What essential information and education would you offer to ensure a healthy pregnancy?
- After delivery, a new mother is concerned about caring for her newborn and asks for guidance. Describe the key aspects of postpartum and newborn care education you would provide.
- You are caring for a 10-year-old child admitted to the hospital for a surgical procedure. How would you modify your approach to care to ensure age-appropriate explanations and support for this child and their family?
- A teenager is experiencing body image issues and is reluctant to attend school due to perceived flaws. How would you assess and provide psychosocial support to help the adolescent cope with these concerns?
- A client in their late 60s is adjusting to retirement and facing issues related to aging. Describe how you would provide emotional support and resources to assist the client during this life transition.
- You are assigned to educate a group of adults in the community about smoking cessation. How would you assess their readiness to quit smoking and tailor your education to their learning preferences?
- A client with a family history of heart disease has come to you for guidance on maintaining heart health. How would you educate the client on actions they can take to promote heart health and prevent disease?
- You are involved in a community health education program. Explain how you would plan and participate in this program to promote health and prevent disease among the participants.
- A client with a family history of diabetes requests a health screening. Describe the steps you would take to perform a targeted screening assessment for this client, including relevant questions and assessments.
- You are conducting a health history assessment for a new patient. Explain the importance of gathering information about the patient’s lifestyle, family history, and genetic factors during the assessment.
- You are caring for a client who engages in excessive sun exposure without protection. How would you assess the client’s behavior-related health risks, and what strategies would you use to address these risks?
- A sexually active teenage client is seeking contraception. How would you assess their needs and educate them about contraceptive options, including potential contraindications?
- You are providing care to a client who practices alternative or homeopathic health care. How would you evaluate the safety and efficacy of these practices while maintaining open communication with the client?
- You are a nurse conducting a health screening event for a group of adults. How would you apply your knowledge of pathophysiology to identify potential health screening assessments that are appropriate for this population?
- A client with a family history of diabetes visits your clinic. Describe the steps you would take to perform a comprehensive health history and risk assessment, including inquiries about lifestyle and genetic history.
- As part of a wellness program, you need to perform targeted screening assessments on participants. Provide an example of a targeted screening assessment, and explain why it is relevant in a wellness context.
- You are tasked with taking a client’s health history. What appropriate procedures and interviewing techniques would you use to gather relevant information effectively?
- You are caring for a client who engages in excessive sun exposure without protection. How would you assess the client’s lifestyle practices and educate them on the risks associated with prolonged sun exposure?
- A client has recently been diagnosed with obesity and a sedentary lifestyle. Describe how you would assist this client in identifying behaviors and risks that contribute to their health conditions.
- You encounter a client with a history of substance abuse. How would you provide education to this client about prevention and treatment of high-risk behaviors related to substance abuse?
- A client presents with multiple lifestyle choices that may impact their health negatively, such as poor diet and lack of exercise. How would you assess and address these lifestyle choices to promote better health outcomes?
- You are discussing family planning options with a client who smokes and has a history of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). What contraindications would you identify for specific contraceptive methods, and how would you communicate these to the client?
- A sexually active adolescent client seeks contraception advice. Explain how you would assess their need/desire for contraception, considering their age and individual circumstances.
- A client practices alternative health care methods like acupuncture and herbal medicine. How would you evaluate the effectiveness and safety of these alternative practices and communicate your findings to the client?
- You are caring for an elderly client who has just been discharged from the hospital. How would you assess their ability to manage their care in the home environment, and what considerations would you take into account when planning their care?
- A client with a history of diabetes and chronic kidney disease requires a revised care plan. What should the nurse include client’s self-care needs during the process of developing or revising their care plan?
- A primary caregiver is struggling to meet the self-care goals set for a client. Describe the steps you would take to assist the caregiver in helping the client achieve these goals effectively.
- A 65-year-old client presents with shortness of breath, cough, and chest pain. What steps would you take in assessing their respiratory health? Describe the key components of a respiratory assessment.
- You are assessing a middle-aged client with a history of hypertension. Explain the process of conducting a cardiovascular assessment. What are the essential components to evaluate?
- A client has been admitted with altered mental status and confusion. Describe how you would perform a neurological assessment. What specific findings would you document during this assessment?
- You are caring for a client who complains of abdominal pain and changes in bowel habits. Outline the steps involved in conducting a gastrointestinal assessment. What would you look for in the assessment findings?
- A client has been experiencing joint pain and limited mobility. How would you perform a musculoskeletal assessment? What aspects of joint and muscle health would you evaluate?
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