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hat the Tetralogy of Fallot is. How should you respond to this mother?

You have been assigned to care for a neonate who has been diagnosed with the Tetralogy of Fallot. The mother asks you what the Tetralogy of Fallot is. How should you respond to this mother?

  • “The Tetralogy of Fallot is a congenital gastrointestinal disorder”
  • “The Tetralogy of Fallot is a congenital cardiac disorder”
  • “The Tetralogy of Fallot will affect the baby’s reflexes”
  • “The Tetralogy of Fallot will affect the baby’s ability to breastfeed”

The epidermis and part of the dermis is damaged or lost.

Select the stage of a pressure ulcer that is accurately pair with its characteristics.

  • Stage I: Only slight blanching when pressure is applied to the skin.
  • Stage II: The epidermis and part of the dermis is damaged or lost.
  • Stage III: The wound has slough and eschar.
  • Stage IV: The loss of skin usually exposes some fat.

Which of the following healthcare providers can legally have access to all, or part, of a patient’s medical record because they have a “need to know”?

Which of the following healthcare providers can legally have access to all, or part, of a patient’s medical record because they have a “need to know”? Select all that apply.

  • Student nurses caring for a particular patient
  • Registered nurses when they are not caring for a particular patient
  • The Vice President for Nursing who is investigating a patient fall
  • Licensed practical nurses caring for a particular patient
  • A quality assurance nurse collecting data for a performance improvement activity