Understanding Medical Surgical Nursing 5th Edition Hopper Williams Study Guide

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Understanding Medical Surgical Nursing 5th Edition Hopper Williams Study Guide

ISBN-13: 978-0-8036-4069-6




Understanding Medical Surgical Nursing 5th Edition Hopper Williams Study Guide

ISBN-13: 978-0-8036-4069-6




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Below you will find some free nursing test bank questions from this test bank:

is the fourth day without a bath, skipping the bath is not
a good option.
1. (2)
7. (7)
2. (3)
8. (12)
3. (11)
9. (9)
4. (8)
10. (1)
5. (5)
11. (4)
6. (6)
12. (10)
The correct answers are in boldface.
1. (4) is correct. Tay-Sachs disease is an inherited disease
that progressively destroys the nervous system, usually
resulting in death by age 5. It is most common among
people of Eastern European Jewish (Ashkenazi) heritage,
but it also occurs among some French-Canadians and
Cajuns in Louisiana. (1, 2, 3) are not correct.
2. (3) is correct. Ethnocentrism is the tendency for human
beings to think that their ways of thinking, acting, and
believing are the only right, proper, and natural ways.
(1, 2, 4) are not correct.
3. (higher) is correct. Hispanic Americans and American
Indians generally have a higher glucose level than whites.
They also have a higher than average risk of diabetes.
1. Primary characteristics of culture include nationality,
race, skin color, gender, age, and religious affiliation.
2. Secondary characteristics of culture include socioeconomic
status, education, occupation, military status, political
beliefs, length of time away from the country of origin,
versus rural residence, marital status, parental status,
attributes, sexual orientation, and gender issues.
Traditional practitioners are health care practitioners
from a patient’s native culture. They are typically native
to another country, although they may practice in the
United States. Examples include curanderos, espirituistas,
acupuncturists, and crystal gazers.
4. Present-oriented people accept the day as it comes with
little regard for the past—the future is unpredictable.
Past-oriented people may worship ancestors. Futureoriented
people anticipate a bigger and better future and
a high value on change. Some individuals balance
three views; they respect the past, enjoy living in the
and plan for the future.
There are no correct or incorrect answers to these sections
because these are exercises requiring personal responses.
The correct answers are in boldface.
4. (1) is correct. Many American Indians are not time
conscious. She may not keep her appointment if you
reschedule, so give the immunizations now. (2) is incorrect;
she may not keep her appointment. (3) is incorrect;
may not return to have her stitches removed. (4) is
to ensure that the children get the immunizations,
give them now.
(3) is correct. Many Hispanics are openly expressive of
their grief. Her bereavement behaviors are culturally
congruent. Remaining with her is supportive. (1) is incorrect;
there is no need to call the cardiac arrest team.
is incorrect; lying on the floor is more disconcerting
the nurse than it is to the bereaved woman. (4) is incorrect.
is not the best intervention. Expressive bereavement
is normal. However,
a later strategy may
a sedative.
(2) is correct. Cupping is a traditional Chinese practice
that is harmless in most cases. Further assessment should
be done to confirm cupping as a cause. (1) is incorrect.
Cupping is not considered child abuse. (3) is incorrect.
The situation should be reported to the mother by the
school nurse. (4) is incorrect. The nurse has acted in
good faith and has done nothing wrong.
7. (1) is correct. In certain Arabic countries, organs can be
purchased for transplantation. This is currently illegal in
1. In this patient’s culture, it is improper for someone of
the opposite sex to help with bathing. It is important to
assess whether this is the case with this gentleman.
2. Find a male nurse’s aide, ask a family member to help, or
skip the bath again.
3. Having a male aide do the bath is the best solution. If no
male aide is available, the family may be approached for
help, although this is not the best solution. Because this