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Question 1
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A 55-year-old male patient post-myocardial infarction (MI) asks the nurse whether he will be healthy enough for sexual activity after discharge from the hospital. The patient has been prescribed anti-hypertensives and beta-blockers. During health teaching, the nurse understands that the three phases of the four-stage model of the human sexual response cycle that are of concern for this patient include which phases?

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A

Excitement, plateau, and orgasmic

B

Plateau, orgasmic, and resolution

C

Excitement, orgasmic, and resolution

D

Arousal, excitement, and plateau

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Question 2
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In order to fully assess the patient and plan appropriate care including health teaching regarding sexuality the nurse should realize that which patient is most at risk for sexual abuse?

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A

A recently divorced 50-year-old woman

B

A Hispanic teenage girl

C

A 30-year-old African-American male

D

An individual with intellectual or developmental disabilities

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Question 3
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A 37-year-old heterosexual African-American man has come for his annual health screening. Which test must the nurse ensure is ordered for this patient?

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A

Human papilloma virus (HPV)

B

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA)

C

HIV

D

Venereal disease research laboratory (VDRL)

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Question 4
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The school nurse is developing a curriculum for a junior human sexuality class. In order to provide the most up-to-date information, the nurse should be aware that which is the single most effective primary prevention strategy for preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs)?

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A

A vaccine to prevent HPV infection

B

HIV screening

C

Abstinence

D

The male condom

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Question 5
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The nurse is caring for a 44-year-old married woman who is complaining of painful intercourse and incontinence due to prolapse of reproductive organs. Clinical evaluation reveals that the patient has a cystocele. Which treatment option is most appropriate for this patient?

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A

Pelvic floor training

B

Vaginal pessaries

C

Surgical correction

D

Lifestyle changes

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Question 6
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When assessing high-risk behaviors, which question specifically identifies a blood-related risk for a sexually transmitted infection?

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A
"Have you ever received donor semen, eggs, or transplanted tissue?"
B
"Have you ever exchanged sex for drugs, money, or shelter?"
C
"How do you protect yourself from HIV and sexually transmitted infections?"
D
"Have you ever injected drugs using shared equipment?"
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Question 7
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Which statements related to sexual dysfunction are correct? (Select all that apply.)

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A
Biological factors play a more significant role than psychologic factors.
B
Sexual dysfunction is more prevalent among men than women.
C
The best predictor of sexual health is emotional well-being.
D
The patient with sexual dysfunction is at risk for anxiety and depression.
E
Sexual dysfunction remains uncommon.
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