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Maternal Newborn Nursing

Competency-Based Assessments

Maternal Newborn NursingCompetency-Based Assessments

Competency-Based Assessments

Jane is a 58-year-old woman presenting to her primary care clinic for a routine health checkup. She has a smoking history and is concerned about the potential health risks associated with her smoking habit. Jane has been smoking since she was 20 years old and is currently smoking 10 cigarettes per day. She wants to understand her smoking history and the concept of pack-years to assess her risk for smoking-related health issues.
1 .
How many years has Jane been smoking?
  1. 28 years
  2. 38 years
  3. 48 years
  4. 58 years
2 .
What are Jane’s pack-years of smoking?
  1. 19 pack-years
  2. 28 pack-years
  3. 42 pack-years
  4. 51 pack-years
3 .
Why is it important to identify and address preconception risk factors before becoming pregnant? Provide examples of common preconception risk factors and their potential impact on maternal and fetal health during pregnancy.

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