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Question 1
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The prepayment plan developed in 1929 is

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A

Blue Cross Health Insurance.

B

Medicare Insurance.

C

Medicaid Insurance.

D

Health Maintenance Organization.

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Question 2
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A hospital staff nurse is collaborating with a nurse case manager in planning the care of a client with a below-the-knee amputation. The primary role of the case manager is

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client education on specialized care.

B

coordination of care for the client.

C

direct care of the client's medical problems.

D

education of the staff nurse.

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Question 3
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A registered nurse (RN) seeking work in a voluntary health agency would choose a

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church-affiliated hospital.

B

proprietary hospital.

C

state university hospital.

D

veterans administration (VA) hospital.

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Question 4
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A client experiences chest pain with electrocardiographic changes during an appointment with the primary care physician, and the physician orders hospital admission for cardiac monitoring. This type of admission is a(n)

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elective admission.

B

emergency admission.

C

direct admission.

D

scheduled admission.

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Question 5
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A client for whom the nurse would provide post-acute care is the

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38-year-old following cesarean birth.

B

40-year-old recovering from kidney stone removal.

C

60-year-old receiving a regulated regimen of anti-hypertensive medication.

D

76-year-old needing rehabilitation after cardiac surgery.

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Question 6
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While administering an antibiotic to a client with an infection, the nurse explains the importance of completing the full course of antibiotic therapy. This is an example of

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formal education.
B
giving advice.
C
informal education.
D
setting an example.
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Question 7
Multiple Choice

When unit staffing includes unlicensed assistive personnel, the nurse is aware that

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delegating tasks to unlicensed assistive personnel is not in the scope of RN practice.
B
licensed personnel are accountable for the tasks delegated to the unlicensed personnel.
C
unlicensed assistive personnel do not have clinical duties on a client care unit.
D
unlicensed assistive personnel have formal training and function independently.
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Question 8
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When a nurse is able to work effectively in more than one care area (e.g., general medical-surgical, and cardiac care unit), the nurse is said to be

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cross-trained.
B
flexibly assigned.
C
nursing intense.
D
skill mixed.
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Question 9
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An applicant was denied employment with a health care agency because she is a recovering alcoholic. This action by the agency violates the

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A
Age Discrimination and Employment Act.
B
Americans with Disabilities Act.
C
Civil Rights Act.
D
Occupational Safety and Health Act.
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Question 10
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A planned program of loss prevention and liability control best defines

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client satisfaction.
B
clinical pathway.
C
quality assurance.
D
risk management.
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Question 11
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A client injured in an automobile accident is now stable but permanently ventilator-dependent and has little potential for further improvement. The client is to be transferred to post-acute care services. The nurse manager recommends a

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general medical-surgical unit.
B
long-term care unit.
C
rehabilitation unit.
D
transitional unit.
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Question 12
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The nurse who is delegating care to unlicensed assistive personnel should keep in mind that most of these workers have an educational background consisting of

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completion of high school.
B
less than 1 year of college.
C
more than 1 year of college.
D
on-the-job experience.
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Question 13
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Using a nursing intensity classification system, the nurse manager assesses that the client requiring the greatest amount of care is the

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24-year-old with a 3-day-old fractured femur in Russell's traction.
B
37-year-old in isolation for hepatitis who is vomiting.
C
42-year-old 1 day after a craniotomy.
D
76-year-old 4 days after a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) who is comatose.
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Question 14
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A registered nurse (RN) is considering delegating some tasks to unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP). Which of the following things should the nurse consider when making this decision? (Select all that apply.)

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Does the task have exact, unchanging directions?
B
Does the UAP want to do the task?
C
Is an RN or other licensed personnel required to do this task?
D
Is the UAP competent to perform this task?
E
Is there a licensed provider, such as an RN, available to supervise?
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