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hospitalized with cystic fibrosis and respiratory compromise.

You are working in a pediatric unit of the hospital and caring for a six year old boy who is hospitalized with cystic fibrosis and respiratory compromise. Which developmental task is the challenge for this boy at his age?

  • To cough, deep breathe and improve respiratory status
  • To establish industry and self confidence
  • To develop autonomy and self control
  • To develop initiative and a sense of purpose

When you have completely finished the field. You cannot stop the set up until it is all done.

You are preparing a sterile field for a operating room surgical procedure. When should you stop the preparation of this sterile field?

  • When you have placed a sterile item only 1 inch and not 2 inches from the edge of the sterile field
  • When you have completely finished the field. You cannot stop the set up until it is all done.
  • When you have accidentally poured a sterile liquid into a container that was on the sterile field
  • When you turn your upper body only away from the field because the surgeon calls your name

How would you respond to this patient’s question?

After your patient has been told that they have Cushing’s syndrome, the patient asks you what Cushing’s syndrome is. How would you respond to this patient’s question?

  • “Cushing’s syndrome is a type of irritable bowel syndrome.”
  • “Cushing’s syndrome is a disorder of the adrenal gland.”
  • “Cushing’s syndrome often occurs among patients who are getting radiation therapy.”
  • “Cushing’s syndrome often occurs among patients who are chemotherapy.”

What is a major difference between a problem oriented medical record and a source oriented medical rec

What is a major difference between a problem oriented medical record and a source oriented medical record?

  • The problem oriented medical system has a centralized part of the chart for interdisciplinary progress notes and the source oriented medical record has separate areas for each profession’s progress notes.
  • The problem oriented medical system consists of narrative progress notes and the source oriented medical record uses SOAP.
  • The source oriented medical system uses charting by exception and the source oriented medical record system does not.
  • The source oriented medical system has a centralized part of the chart for interdisciplinary progress notes and the problem oriented medical record has separate areas for each profession’s progress notes.