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NUR3805 Dimensions of Professional Practice
Chapter 11  Quiz
Question 1
Critical thinking in nursing needs to include which of the following important variables?
  Ability to determine the best nursing interventions regardless of patient’s values and beliefs
  Flexible thinking that rarely follows a pattern or considers standards
  Ability to act quickly, often on impulse
  Consideration of ethics and responsible decision making
Question 2
Which of the following is a characteristic of an accomplished critical thinker?
  Unaffected by other arguments
  Quick decision making
   Narrow focus
Question 3
Which of the following is considered subjective data in information gathering from the patient?
  Pulse and blood pressure measurements
   ECG pattern
Question 4
Which of the following is considered objective data obtained from the patient?
  Patient nods, indicating an affirmative answer to a question.
  “I can’t catch my breath.”
  Blood pressure is 110/70 at 8 p.m.
   Patient expresses concern about missing work.
Question 5
A nurse is admitting a non-English speaking patient to the hospital unit. Which is the best method of obtaining data from the patient?
  Interviewing the patient using a professional interpreter
   Attempting to obtain past medical records for this patient
  Performing a physical examination on the patient
  Asking the other family members to help interpret
Question 6
What does the process of analysis of patient data directly result in?
  Confirming the medical diagnosis
  Determining the nursing interventions of importance
  Identifying actual or potential problems amenable to nursing intervention
   Validating actual problems or diagnoses
Question 7
Which of the following is a correctly stated nursing diagnosis?
  Fluid volume deficit
  Hypovolemia related to vomiting
  Hypovolemia related to nausea as evidenced by restlessness and anxiety
  Fluid volume deficit related to vomiting as evidenced by increased heart rate and decreased urine output
Question 8
Why is the etiology of the nursing diagnosis statement important?
  The etiology determines whether the problem can be solved.
  The etiology is necessary to identify the defining characteristics.
  The etiology will be the same each time the nursing diagnosis is identified.
  If the etiology is incorrect, the nursing interventions are likely to be ineffective.
Question 9
Which of the following patient problems is given the highest priority by the nurse?
  Impaired tissue perfusion, cerebral, related to hypoxia as manifested by decreased level of consciousness
   Impaired skin integrity related to surgical incision
  Risk for fluid volume overload related to imbalance in antidiuretic hormone as manifested by peripheral edema and decreased sodium
  Anxiety related to hospitalization as manifested by hyperactive state
Question 10
The identification of nursing diagnosis and goal setting should ideally be a collaborative process between the nurse and which other party?
  Patient’s family
  Nurse manager

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