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Gynaecological Nursing Practice Questions
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1. Ms. Smith is admitted for internal radiation for cancer of the cervix. The nurse knows the client understands the procedure when she makes which of the following remarks the night before the procedure?
(a) She says to her husband, “Please bring me a hamburger and french fries tomorrow when you come. I hate hospital food.”
(b) “I told my daughter who is pregnant to either come to see me tonight or wait until I go home from the hospital.”
(c) “I understand it will be several weeks before all the radiation leaves my body.”
(d) “I brought several craft projects to do while the radium is inserted.”

2. The nurse in charge is evaluating the infection control procedures on the unit. Which finding indicates a break in technique and the need for education of staff?
(a) The nurse aide is not wearing gloves when feeding an elderly client.
(b) A client with active tuberculosis is asked to wear a mask when he leaves his room to go to another department for testing.
(c) A nurse with open, weeping lesions of the hands puts on gloves before giving direct client care.
(d) The nurse puts on a mask, a gown, and gloves before entering the room of a client on strict isolation.

3. The charge nurse observes a new staff nurse who is changing a dressing on a surgical wound. After carefully washing her hands the nurse dons sterile gloves to remove the old dressing. After removing the dirty dressing, the nurse removes the gloves and dons a new pair of sterile gloves in preparation for cleaning and redressing the wound. The most appropriate action for the charge nurse is to:
(a) Interrupt the procedure to inform the staff nurse that sterile gloves are not needed to remove the old dressing
(b) Congratulate the nurse on the use of good technique
(c) Discuss dressing change technique with the nurse at a later date.
(d) Interrupt the procedure to inform the nurse of the need to wash her hands after removal of the dirty dressing and gloves.

4. The staff nurse on the labor and delivery unit is assigned to care to a primigravida in transition complicated by hypertension. A new pregnant woman in active labor is admitted in the same unit. The nurse manager assigned the same nurse to the second client. The nurse feels that the client with hypertension requires one-to-one care. What would be the initial action of the nurse?
(a) Accept the new assignment and complete an incident report describing a shortage of nursing staff.
(b) Report the incident to the nursing supervisor and request to be floated.
(c) Report the nursing assessment of the client in transitional labor to the nurse manager and discuss misgivings about the new assignment.
(d) Accept the new assignment and provide the best care.

5. The nurse is providing an orientation regarding case management to the nursing students. Which characteristics should the nurse include in the discussion in understanding case management?
(a) Main objective is a written plan that combines discipline-specific processes used to measure outcomes of care.
(b) Main purpose is to identify expected client, family and staff performance against the timeline for clients with the same diagnosis.
(c) Main focus is comprehensive coordination of client care, avoid unnecessary duplication of services, improve resource utilization and decrease cost.
(d) Primary goal is to understand why predicted outcomes have not been met and the correction of identified problems.

6. Surgical removal of uterine fibroid
(a) Hystetrctomy
(b) Myomectomy
(c) polyrectomy
(d) fibrectomy

7. Fibroids are also known as
(a) Myotomas
(b) Myomatonium
(c) leiomyomata
(d) mesolthelioma

8. What test is not routinely carried out when investigating menstrual disturbances
(a) FBC
(b) coagulation screening
(c) TFT’s
(d) Ferritin

9. The nurse in the neonatal care unit is supervising the actions of a certified nursing assistant in giving care to the newborns. The nursing assistant mistakenly gives a formula feeding to a newborn that is on water feeding only. The nurse is responsible for the mistake of the nursing assistant:
(a) Always, as a representative of the institution
(b) Always, because nurses who supervise less-trained individuals are responsible for their mistakes.
(c) If the nurse failed to determine whether the nursing assistant was competent to take care of the client.
(d) Only if the nurse agreed that the newborn could be fed formula.

10. Which of the following signs and symptoms that require immediate attention and may indicate most serious complications during pregnancy?
(a) Severe abdominal pain or fluid discharge from the vagina.
(b) Excessive saliva, “bumps around the areolae, and increased vaginal mucus.
(c) Fatigue, nausea, and urinary frequency at any time during pregnancy.
(d) Ankle edema, enlarging varicosities, and heartburn

11. While feeding a newborn with an unrepaired cardiac defect, the nurse keeps on assessing the condition of the client. The nurse notes that the newborn’s respiration is 72 breaths per minute. What would be the initial nursing action?
(a) Burp the newborn.
(b) Stop the feeding.
(c) Continue the feeding.
(d) Notify the physician.

12. When reviewing the ethical dilemmas facing maternal and newborn nurses today, which of the following has contributed to their complexity?
(a) Limitation of available options
(b) Support for one viable action
(c) Advancement in technology
(d) Consistent desirable standards

13. Magnesium Sulfate is ordered per IV. Which of the following should prompt the nurse to refer to the obstetricians prior to administration of the drug?
(a) P= 180/100
(b) Urine output is 40 ml/hr
(c) RR=12 bpm
(d) (+) 2 deep tendon reflex

14. Family centered nursing care for women and newborn focuses on which of the following?
(a) Assisting individuals and families achieve their optimal health
(b) Diagnosing and treating problems promptly
(c) Preventing further complications from developing
(d) Conducting nursing research to evaluate clinical skills

15. Postpartum depression occurs during which time frame?
(a) within weeks after delivery
(b) within 12 weeks
(c) within 16 weeks
(d) within 24 hour

16. In the hospital lobby, the registered nurse overhears a two staff members discussing about the health condition of her client. What would be the appropriate action for the registered nurse to take?
(a) Join in the conversation, giving her input about the case.
(b) Ignore them, because they have the right to discuss anything they want to.
(c) Tell them it is not appropriate to discuss such things.
(d) Report this incident to the nursing supervisor.

17. The nurse advised the pregnant woman that smoking and alcohol should be avoided during pregnancy. The nurse takes into account that the developing fetus is most vulnerable to environment teratogens that cause malformation during:
(a) The entire pregnancy
(b) The third trimester
(c) The first trimester
(d) The second trimester.

18. In the hospital lobby of the obstetric ward , the registered nurse overhears a two staff members discussing about the health condition of her client. What would be the appropriate action for the registered nurse to take?
(a) Join in the conversation, giving her input about the case.
(b) Ignore them, because they have the right to discuss anything they want to.
(c) Tell them it is not appropriate to discuss such things.
(d) Report this incident to the nursing supervisor


19. The nurse is counseling a couple in their mid 30’s who have been unable to conceive for about 6 months. They are concerned that one or both of them may be infertile. What is the best advice the nurse could give to the couple?
(a) “It is no unusual to take 6-12 months to get pregnant, especially when the partners are in their mid-30s. Eat well, exercise, and avoid stress.”
(b) “Start planning adoption. Many couples get pregnant when they are trying to adopt.”
(c) “Consult a fertility specialist and start testing before you get any older.”
(d) “Have sex as often as you can, especially around the time of ovulation, to increase your chances of pregnancy.”

20. The staff nurse on the labor and delivery unit is assigned to care to a primigravida in transition complicated by hypertension. A new pregnant woman in active labor is admitted in the same unit. The nurse manager assigned the same nurse to the second client. The nurse feels that the client with hypertension requires one-to-one care. What would be the initial action of the nurse?
(a) Accept the new assignment and complete an incident report describing a shortage of nursing staff.
(b) Report the incident to the nursing supervisor and request to be floated.
(c) Report the nursing assessment of the client in transitional labor to the nurse manager and iscuss misgivings about the new assignment.
(d) Accept the new assignment and provide the best care.

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