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Maternal Newborn Nursing

Review Questions

Maternal Newborn NursingReview Questions

Review Questions

1 .
A nurse is caring for a patient who has just been diagnosed with chlamydia and wants to know when she can have sex with her boyfriend again. What is the best response from the nurse?
  1. “You should not have sex until 7 days after you complete treatment and your partner gets treatment.”
  2. “You can have sex as soon as you finish the medicine.”
  3. “You can have sex once your partner takes the medicine.”
  4. “There is no need to wait.”
2 .
A nurse is caring for a patient who has HSV and is pregnant. The patient is concerned about the fetus. What medication is safest to take?
  1. valacyclovir
  2. none
  3. acyclovir
  4. famciclovir
3 .
What STIs can cause one of the TORCH infections in the fetus?
  1. HPV
  2. HSV
  3. HIV
  4. syphilis
4 .
A nurse is caring for a patient who states she is experiencing a thin vaginal discharge with a strong fishy odor. What test does the nurse prepare?
  1. whiff test
  2. vaginal culture
  3. urine culture
  4. blood test
5 .
A nurse is caring for a patient who was just diagnosed with VVC. What treatment does the nurse expect to teach the patient about?
  1. metronidazole (anti-protozoal)
  2. penicillin G (antibiotic)
  3. clotrimazole (antifungal)
  4. ampicillin (antibiotic)
6 .
A nurse is caring for a pregnant patient who asks when she should be tested for GBS. What does the nurse tell the patient?
  1. 34–35 weeks
  2. 36–37 weeks
  3. 38–39 weeks
  4. 39–40 weeks
7 .
A nurse is caring for a patient with increased urination and pain with urination. What finding would the nurse expect if the patient has a UTI?
  1. white blood cells in urine
  2. ketones in urine
  3. blood in urine
  4. protein in urine
8 .
A nurse is caring for a patient who was diagnosed with urethritis. What does the nurse identify as a possible cause?
  1. Neisseria gonorrhoeae
  2. Escherichia coli
  3. pregnancy
  4. spermicides
9 .
A nurse is caring for a patient with pyelonephritis. What does the nurse identify as the most common cause?
  1. Escherichia coli
  2. Neisseria gonorrhoeae
  3. Chlamydia trachomatis
  4. Candida albicans
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