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WWCC Nursing Maternal-Newborn Spring 2021, Questions and answers, 100% proven pass rate. A nurse is reviewing the medical record of a client who is to undergo hysterosalpingography. Which of the ... following data alert the nurse that the client is at risk for a complication related to this procedure? VS temp 36.1° Celsius ( 97° F) HR 60 BPM Hx/Phys employed as a radiology technician allergic to shrimp tonsillectomy at 18 Labs glucose 103 mg/dL Hgb 13.1 g/dL total cholesterol 265 mg/dL Meds rosuvastatin Magnesium oxide mafenide acetate A. vital signs B. history/Physical C laboratory findings D medications - ✔✔B. History/Physical A nurse is observing the electronic fetal heart rate monitor tracing for a client who is at 40 weeks of gestation and is in labor. The nurse should suspect a problem with the umbilical cord when she observes which of the following patterns? A. Early decelerations B. Accelerations C. Late decelerations D. Variable decelerations - ✔✔D. Variable decelerations Variable decelerations occur when the umbilical cord becomes compressed and disrupts the flow of oxygen to the fetus.* Think VEAL CHOP A nurse in the newborn nursery is caring for a group of newborns. Which of the following newborns requires immediate intervention? A. A newborn who is 24 hr post-delivery and has not voided. B. A newborn who is 18 hr post-delivery and has acrocyanosis C. A newborn who is 24 hr post-delivery and has not passed meconium D. A newborn who is 12 hr post-delivery and has a temperature of 37.5C (99.5F) - ✔✔D. A newborn who is 12 hr post-delivery and has a temperature of 37.5C (99.5F) Hyperthermia in the newborn requires immediately intervention. Hyperthermia is typically caused by increased heat production related to sepsis or decreased heat loss. A nurse is assessing a client who is 12hr postpartum and received spinal anesthesia for a cesarean birth. Which of the following findings requires immediate intervention by the nurse? A. Blood pressure 100/70 mmHg B. Headache pain rated 6 on a scale of 0 to 10 C. Respiratory rate 10/min D. Urinary output 30mL/hr - ✔✔C. Respiratory rate 10/min A client who has received spinal anesthesia is at risk for respiratory depression and hypotension. A respiratory rate of 10/min indicates bradypnea and requires immediate intervention. A nurse is caring for a client who has just delivered her first newborn. The nurse anticipates hyperbilirubinemia due to Rh incompatibility. The nurse should understand that hyperbilirubinemia occurs with Rh incompatibility for which of the following reasons? A. The client's blood does not contain the Rh factor, she produces anti-Rh antibodies that cross the placental barrier and cause hemolysis of red blood cells in newborns. B. The client's blood contains the Rh factor and the newborn's blood does not and antibodies that destroy red blood cells are formed in the fetus. C. The client has a history of receiving a transfusion with Rh-negative blood. D. The client's anti-A and anti-B antibodies cross the placenta and cause the destruction of the fetal red blood cells. - ✔✔A. The client's blood does not contain the Rh factor, she produces anti-Rh antibodies that cross the placental barrier and cause hemolysis of red blood cells in newborns. If the Rh-negative client has been exposed to Rh-positive fetal blood, she will produce antibodies against Rh factors. These antibodies can cross the placenta and destroy the red blood cells of the Rh-positive fetus. This accelerated rate of red blood cell destruction results in the increased release of bilirubin. The newborn's serum bilirubin level can rise quickly. A nurse is teaching a newborn's parent to care for the umbilical cord stump. Which of the following instructions should the nurse include? A. Wash the cord daily with mild soap and water. B. Cover the cord with the diaper. C. Apply petroleum jelly to the cord stump. D. Give a sponge bath until the cord stump falls off. - ✔✔D. Give a sponge bath until the cord stump falls off. Immersing the umbilical cord stump in water can delay the process of drying, separation, and healing. Sponge baths are appropriate until the stump falls off. A nurse is caring for a client who is postpartum. The client tells the nurse that the newborn's maternal grandmother was born deaf and asks how to tell if her newborn hears well. Which of the following statements should the nurse make? A. "There is no need to worry about that. Most forms of hearing loss are not inherited." B. "Look at how she looks at you when you speak. That's a good sign." C. "We do routine hearing screenings on newborns. You'll know the results before you leave the hospital." D. "The best way to determine if your baby can hear is to clap your hands loudly and see if she startles." - ✔✔C. "We do routine hearing screenings on newborns. You'll know the results before you leave the hospital." Most states mandate hearing screening for all newborns. The two tests in use do not diagnose hearing loss, but determine whether or not a newborn requires further evaluation. A nurse is caring for a client who is beginning to breastfeed her newborn after delivery. The new mother states, "I don't want to take anything for pain because I am breastfeeding." Which of the following statements should the nurse make? A. "You need to take pain medications so you are more comfortable." B. "We can time your pain medication so that you have an hour or two before the next feeding." C. "All medications are found in breast milk to some extent." D. "You have the option of not taking pain medication if you are concerned." - ✔✔B. "We can time your pain medication so that you have an hour or two before the next feeding." This answer provides the client an option that allows for the administration of pain medication but minimizes the effect it will have on the newborn while breastfeeding. A nurse is completing discharge instructions for a new mother and her 2-day-old newborn. The mother asks, "How will I know if my baby gets enough breast milk?" Which of the following responses should the nurse make? A. "Your baby should have a wake cycle of 30 to 60 minutes after each feeding." B. "Your baby should wet 6 to 8 diapers per day." C. "Your baby should burp after each feeding." D. "Your baby should sleep at least 6 hours between feedings." - ✔✔B. "Your baby should wet 6 to 8 diapers per day." Newborns should wet 6 to 8 diapers per day. This is an indication that the newborn is getting enough fluids. A nurse is caring for a client who had a vaginal delivery 2 hr ago. Which of the following actions should the nurse anticipate in the care of this client? (SATA) A. Document fundal height. B. Massage a firm fundus. C. Observe the lochia during palpation of the fundus. D. Determine whether the fundus is midline. E. Administer methylergonovine maleate if the uterus is boggy. - ✔✔A. Document fundal height. C. Observe the lochia during palpation of the fundus. D. Determine whether the fundus is midline. E. Administer methylergonovine maleate if the uterus is boggy. A nurse is caring for a client who is 2 hr postpartum. The nurse notes that the client soaked a perineal pad in 10 min, the client's skin color is ashen, and states she feels weak and lightheaded. After applying oxygen via a nonrebreather face mask at 10 L/min which of the following actions should the nurse take next? A. Insert an indwelling urinary catheter. B. Administer oxytocin by continuous IV infusion. C. Tilt the client onto her right side with her legs elevated to at least 30. D. Massage the client's fundus to promote contractions. - ✔✔D. Massage the client's fundus to promote contractions. A soaked perineal pad in less than 15 min, ashen skin color, and report of weakness and lightheadedness can indicate that the client is at greatest risk for hypovolemic shock. Therefore, the next action the nurse should take is to massage the client's fundus to expel blood clots and promote uterine contraction to stop the bleeding. A nurse is assessing a client who is 8 hr postpartum and multiparous. Which of the following findings should alert the nurse to the client's need to urinate? A. Moderate lochia rubra B. Fundus three fingerbreadths above the umbilicus C. Moderate swelling of the labia D. Blood pressure 130/84 mmHg - ✔✔B. Fundus three fingerbreadths above the umbilicus. A full bladder can raise the level of the uterine fundus and possibly deviate it to the side. A nurse is caring for a client who is 5 hr postpartum following a vaginal birth of a newborn weighing 9 lb 6 oz (4252g). The nurse should recognize that this client is at risk for which of the following postpartum complications? A. Puerperal infections B. Retained placental fragments C. Thrombophlebitis D. Uterine atony - ✔✔D. Uterine atony A uterus that is over distended, such as from a macrosomic fetus, has an increased risk of uterine atony. A nurse at an infertility clinic is providing care to clients who have been unable to conceive for 18 months. Which of the following data should the nurse assess (select all that apply) A. occupation B. menstrual history C. childhood infectious diseases D. history of falls E. recent blood transfusions - ✔✔A. occupation B. menstrual history C. childhood infectious diseases A nurse is caring for a preterm newborn who is in an incubator to maintain a neutral thermal environment. The father of the newborn asks the nurse why this is necessary. Which of the following responses should the nurse make? A. "Preterm newborns have a smaller body surface area than normal newborns." B. "The added brown fat layer in a preterm newborn reduces his ability to generate heat." C. "Preterm newborns lack adequate temperature control mechanisms." D. "The heat in the incubator rapidly dries the sweat of preterm newborns." - ✔✔C. "Preterm newborns lack adequate temperature control mechanisms." Preterm newborns have poor body control of temperature and need support to avoid losing heat. They require an external heat source, such as an incubator. A nurse is caring for a newborn 4 hr after birth. Which of the following actions should the nurse include in the plan of care to prevent jaundice? A. Begin phototherapy B. Initiate early feeding C. Suction excess mucus with the bulb syringe D. Prepare for an exchange blood transfusion - ✔✔B. Initiate early feeding Prevention of jaundice can be facilitated best by early and frequent feeding, which stimulates intestinal activity and passage of meconium. Jaundice occurs due to elevated serum bilirubin, which is excreted primarily in the newborn's stool. Physiologic jaundice manifests after 24 hr and is considered benign. However, bilirubin may accumulate to hazardous levels and lead to a pathologic condition. A nurse is assisting a client who is postpartum with her first breastfeeding experience. When the client asks how much of the nipple she should put into the newborn's mouth, which of the following responses should the nurse make? A. "You should place your nipple and some of the areola into her mouth." B. "Babies know instinctively how much of the nipple to take into their mouth." C. "Your baby's mouth is rather small so she will only take part of the nipple." D. "Try to place the nipple, the areola, and some breast tissue beyond the areola into her mouth." - ✔✔A. "You should place your nipple and some of the areola into her mouth." Placing the nipple and 2 to 3 cm of areolar tissue around the nipple into the baby's mouth aids in adequately compressing the milk ducts. This placement decreases stress on the nipple and prevents cracking and soreness. A nurse on a labor unit is admitting a client who reports painful contractions. The nurse determines that the contractions have duration of 1 min and a frequency of 3 min. The nurse obtains the following vital signs: fetal heart rate 130/min, maternal heart rate 128/min and maternal blood pressure 92/54 mmHg. Which of the following is the priority action for the nurse to take? A. Notify the provider of the findings. B. Position the client with one hip elevated. C. Ask the client if she needs pain medication. D. Have the client void. - ✔✔B. Position the client with one hip elevated. Based on Maslow's hierarchy of needs, the client's need for an adequate blood pressure to perfuse herself and her fetus is a physiological need that requires immediate intervention. Supine hypotension is a frequent cause of low blood pressure in clients who are pregnant. By turning the client on her side and retaking her blood pressure, the nurse is attempting to correct the low blood pressure and reassess. A nurse is caring for a client who is 2 days postpartum, is breastfeeding, and reports nipple soreness. Which of the following measures should the nurse suggest to reduce discomfort during breastfeeding? (SATA) A. Apply breast milk to the nipples before each feeding. B. Place breast pads inside the nursing bra. C. Massage the breasts and nipples prior to feeding. D. Start breastfeeding with the nipple that is less sore. E. Change the infant's position on the nipple - ✔✔A. Apply breast milk to the nipples before each feed D. Start breastfeeding with the nipple that is less sore. E. Change the infant's position on the nipple A nurse is discussing postpartum depression with newly licensed nurse. Which of the following statements indicates an understanding of this disorder? A. "Postpartum depression usually begins 48hr after childbirth." B. "It's common for client's who have postpartum depression to exhibit psychotic behavior." C. "The most common manifestation of postpartum depression is harming the infant." D. "Postpartum depression is most often seen in women who have a history of depression." - ✔✔B. "It's common for client's who have postpartum depression to exhibit psychotic behavior." Psychotic behavior is a common finding in clients who have postpartum psychosis. A nurse is admitting a term newborn following a cesarean birth. The nurse observes that the newborn's skin is slightly yellow. The finding indicates the newborn is experiencing a complication related to which of the following? A. Maternal/newborn blood group incompatibility B. Absence of vitamin K C. Physiologic jaundice D. Maternal cocaine abuse - ✔✔A. Maternal/newborn blood group incompatibility Maternal/newborn blood group incompatibility is the most common form of pathologic jaundice and the jaundice appears within the first 24 hr of life. A nurse is providing teaching to the mother of a newborn born small for gestational age. Which of the following should the nurse include as a possible cause of this condition? A. Placental insufficiency B. Preterm delivery C. Fetal hyperinsulinemia D. Perinatal asphyxia - ✔✔A. Placental insufficiency Placental insufficiency is a cause of small for gestational age. It can result from maternal infections, embryonic placental deficiency, teratogens, or chromosomal abnormalities. A nurse is preparing to administer vitamin K by IM injection to a newborn. The nurse should administer the medication into which of the following muscles? A. Vastus lateralis B. Ventrogluteal C. Dorsogluteal D. Deltoid - ✔✔A. Vastus lateralis The nurse should administer vitamin K, or phytonadione, into the vastus lateralis muscle in the thigh. This medication prevents and treats hemorrhagic disease of the newborn, as newborns are born with vitamin K deficiency. A nurse is providing teaching about comfort measure for breast engorgement to a client who is postpartum and is breastfeeding. Which of the following statements by the client indicates a need for further teaching? A. "I will breastfeed every 2 hours." B. "I will apply ice packs to my breasts after feeding." C. "I should apply hot packs to my breasts during feeding." D. "I should crush cabbage leaves and place them on my breasts." - ✔✔C. "I should apply hot packs to my breasts during feeding." The application of heat promotes increased blood flow to the breasts, which are already engorged. This is not an appropriate intervention. A nurse is assessing a newborn for manifestations of a large patent ductus arteriosus. Which of the following findings should the nurse expect? A. Cyanosis with crying B. Systolic murmur C. Weak pulses D. Chronic hypoxemia - ✔✔B. Systolic murmur A patent ductus arteriosus is failure of the artery connecting the aorta and pulmonary artery to close after birth, causing a left-to-right shunt. A systolic murmur is a clinical manifestation found in newborns who have a large patent ductus arteriosus. A nurse is caring for a client who is 12 hr postpartum. Which of the following findings should alert the nurse to the possibility of a postpartum complication? A. Orthostatic hypotension B. Fundus palpable at the umbilicus C. Urine output of 3,000 mL in 12 hr D. Heart rate 110/min - ✔✔D. Heart rate 110/min A rapid or increasing heart rate can be a manifestation of fluid volume depletion related to hemorrhage. The nurse should further evaluate the client for evidence of postpartum hemorrhage. A nurse is caring for a client who just delivered a newborn. Following the delivery, which nursing action should be done first to care for the newborn? A. Clear the respiratory tract. B. Dry the infant off and cover the head. C. Stimulate the infant to cry. D. Cut the umbilical cord. - ✔✔A. Clear the respiratory tract. Clearing the airway of the infant is the first action the nurse should take immediately following delivery. A nurse is caring for a newborn and observes signs of diaphoresis, jitteriness, and lethargy. Which of the following actions should the nurse take? A. Obtain blood glucose by heel stick. B. Initiate phototherapy. C. Monitor the newborn's blood pressure. D. Place the newborn in a radiant warmer. - ✔✔A. Obtain blood glucose by heel stick. The newborn is exhibiting early signs of hypoglycemia. The nurse should obtain blood by heel stick to check glucose. A therapeutic serum glucose level for a newborn is 40 to 60 mg/dL. Less than 40 mg/dL indicates hypoglycemia. Other findings of hypoglycemia include poor feeding, tremors, hypothermia, flaccid muscle tone, irregular respirations, apnea, cyanosis, and a weak, shrill cry. Early breastfeeding also should be encouraged to prevent hypoglycemia. A nurse is caring for a client who is pregnant and states that their last menstrual period was June 3 . Which of the following is the client's estimated date of delivery? A. March 10 B. March 17 C. April 10 D. April 15 - ✔✔A. March 10 A nurse is assisting with the care of a newborn immediately following birth. Which of the following medications should the nurse anticipate administering? (SATA) A. Vitamin K injection B. Hepatitis B immunization C. Antibiotic ointment to both eyes D. Lidocaine gel to the umbilical stump E. Haemophilus influenza type b immunization (Hib) - ✔✔A. Vitamin K injection B. Hepatitis B immunization C. Antibiotic ointment to both eyes A nurse is caring for a client who is in active labor and notes late decelerations in the FHR. Which of the following actions should the nurse take first? A. Apply a fetal scalp electrode. B. Increase the rate of the IV infusion. C. Administer oxygen at 10 L/min via a nonrebreather mask. D. Change the client's position. - ✔✔D. Change the client's position. The first action the nurse should take is to change the client's position in an attempt to increase blood flow to the fetus. A nurse is assessing a newborn the day after delivery. The nurse notes a raised, bruised area on the left side of the scalp that does not cross the suture line. How should the nurse document this finding? A. Caput succedaneum B. Cephalhematoma C. Molding D. Pilonidal dimple - ✔✔B. Cephalhematoma A cephalhematoma is a swelling, indicating bleeding under the subcutaneous tissues of the newborn's scalp. The collection of blood is beneath the periosteum of the cranial bone and therefore does not cross the suture line. A nurse is caring for a client who is breastfeeding her newborn and asks the nurse about the changes she should make in her diet. Which of the following dietary changes should the nurse suggest? A. Increase her caloric intake by 600 kcal/day. B. Increase her fluid intake to 2.5 L/day. C. Reduce her intake of iron. D. Avoid shellfish. - ✔✔C. Reduce her intake of iron. Recommendations for some nutrients, such as iron and folic acid, are less during lactation than during pregnancy. Because maternal blood volume decreases after childbirth, the client's need for these nutrients also diminishes. A nurse is caring for a client who experienced a vaginal birth 12 hr ago. The nurse recognizes the client is in the dependent, taking in the phase of maternal postpartum adjustment. Which of the following findings should the nurse expect during this phase? A. Expressions of excitement B. Lack of appetite C. Focus on the family unit and its members D. Eagerness to learn newborn care skills - ✔✔A. Expressions of excitement Expressing excitement and being talkative are characteristic of this phase. A nurse is caring for a client who is 1 day postpartum and is taking a sitz bath. To determine the client's tolerance of the procedure, which of the following assessments should the nurse perform? A. Bladder distention B. Pulse rate C. Respiratory rate D. Color of lochia - ✔✔B. Pulse rate A sitz bath causes vasodilation; therefore, the nurse should monitor the client's pulse rate. Orthostatic hypotension can occur upon standing causing the client to feel faint. A nurse is preparing to administer 1 mg vitamin K to a newborn. The medication is available in 1 mg/0.5 mL. How much should the nurse administer? - ✔✔0.5 mL A nurse is preparing to assess a newborn who is postmature. Which of the following findings should the nurse expect? (SATA) A. Cracked, peeling skin B. Positive Moro reflex C. Short, soft fingernails D. Abundant lanugo E. Vernix in the folds and creases - ✔✔A. Cracked, peeling skin B. Positive Moro reflex A nurse is teaching an assistive personnel to measure a newborn's respiratory rate. Which of the following statements indicates an understanding of why the respiratory rate should be counted for a complete minute? A. "Newborns are abdominal breathers." B. "Newborns do not expand their lungs fully with each respiration." C. "Activity will increase the respiratory rate." D. "The rate and rhythm of breath are irregular in newborns." - ✔✔D. "The rate and rhythm of breath are irregular in newborns." Newborns have an irregular respiratory rate and rhythm. Therefore, counting the respiratory rate for a complete minute is recommended to obtain an accurate rate. A nurse is caring for a newborn and auscultates an apical heart [Show More]

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