Home Health Care

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Question 1
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The nurse explains to a client that the person who would be most likely to receive home health care is the client who is

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65-years-old with a wrist fracture.

B

68-years-old with a cataract in one eye.

C

72-years-old with diabetes mellitus.

D

74-years-old with a hearing impairment.

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Question 2
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The Henry Street Settlement in New York City, which offered public health nursing to clients with chronic health problems, was established by

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Clara Barton.

B

Dorothea Dix and Sojourner Truth.

C

Frances Root.

D

Lillian Wald and Mary Brewster.

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Question 3
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The program that had the greatest influence on the number of agencies providing community health care is

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ADC.

B

Medicaid.

C

Medicare.

D

Social Security.

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Question 4
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A home health nurse has a client with permanent left-sided weakness after a stroke; the client is cared for by his wife and daughter. The nurse will design the plan of care to

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help the wife manage the home.

B

limit input from the wife and daughter.

C

reduce the impact of the client's health care beliefs.

D

stimulate the client to become independent.

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Question 5
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The home health nurse uses the Omaha System for planning care and is able to evaluate the client's health status with the portion of that tool known as

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Assessment and Analysis.

B

Intervention Scheme.

C

Problem Classification.

D

Problem Rating Scale.

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Question 6
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The service requested and needed by an applicant to home health that would not be eligible for coverage under Medicare is

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home health aide.
B
housekeeping services.
C
physical therapy.
D
speech therapy.
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Question 7
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A home health nurse explains to a client that the Omaha System was designed to facilitate

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client understanding of the overall health care plan.
B
documentation of unusual events and associated malpractice risks.
C
nursing practice, documentation, and data management.
D
the nurse's ability to visit more clients during the workday.
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Question 8
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The component that is not part of the Omaha System is

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Intervention Scheme.
B
Problem Classification Scheme.
C
Problem Rating Scale for Outcomes.
D
Rating Scale for Client Satisfaction.
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Question 9
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The domain of the Omaha System that the nurse would reference in making her assessment relative to caretaking/parenting is

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Environment.
B
Health-Related Behaviors.
C
Physiological.
D
Psychosocial.
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Question 10
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The home health nurse explains that her philosophy is based on the belief that clients should

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adhere to the care plan generated by the nurse.
B
alter cultural practices to meet health needs.
C
be knowledgeable about their health care.
D
feel no responsibility for their health care.
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Question 11
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Consumer need and demand for home health care have increased dramatically in recent years because of (Select all that apply)

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the advent of Medicare reimbursement for home care.
B
the closing of acute care hospital beds.
C
escalating health care costs.
D
increased consumer demand.
E
lack of services available in the hospital.
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Question 12
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An experienced home health care nurse explains to a client about safety in the community. One difference the nurse emphasizes that home health care has over hospital-based health care is that with home health care (Select all that apply)

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A
"always be prepared" is a good motto.
B
disasters can occur while the nurse is in the community.
C
needed help may not be immediately available.
D
the central location of most staff during the day can provide assistance.
E
the nurse is usually on his/her own.
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