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Exit HESI Test Bank (over 1000 Q’s and Answers ) spring 2022 Guaranteed A+: Latest 2023:2024


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A nurse is providing information to a group of pregnant clients and their partners

about the psychosocial development of an infant. Using Erikson's theory of

psychosocial development, what should the nurse tell the group about the infants?

A. Rely on the fact that their needs will be met

B. Need to tolerate a great deal of frustration and discomfort to develop a healthy

personality

C. Must have needs ignored for short periods to develop a healthy personality

D. Need to experience frustration, so it is best to allow an infant to cry for a while

before meeting his or her needs

A. Rely on the fact that their needs will be met

A nurse is weighing a breastfed 6-month-old infant who has been brought to the

pediatrician's office for a scheduled visit. The infant's weight at birth was 6 lb 8 oz.

The nurse notes that the infant now weighs 13 lb. Which action should the nurse

take?

A. Tell the mother that the infant's weight is increasing as expected

B. Tell the mother to decrease the daily number of feedings because the weight

gain is excessive

C. Tell the mother that semisolid foods should not be introduced until the infant's

weight stabilizes

D. Tell the mother that the infant should be switched from breast milk to formula

because the weight gain is inadequate

A. Tell the mother that the infant's weight is increasing as expected

A nurse performing a physical assessment of a 12-month-old infant notes that the

infant's head circumference is the same as the chest circumference. Based on this

finding, what should the nurse do?

A. Suspect the presence of hydrocephalus

B. Suggest to the pediatrician that a skull x-ray be performed

C. Tell the mother that the infant is growing faster than expected

D. Document these measurements in the infant's health-care record

D. Document these measurements in the infant's health-care record

A new mother asks the nurse, "I was told that my infant received my antibodies

during pregnancy. Does that mean that my infant is protected against infections?"

Which statement should the nurse make in response to the mother?

A. "Yes, your infant is protected from all infections."

B. "If you breastfeed, your infant is protected from infection."

C. "The transfer of your antibodies protects your infant until the infant is 12

months old."

D. "The immune system of an infant is immature, and the infant is at risk for

infection."

D. "The immune system of an infant is immature, and the infant is at risk for

infection."

A nurse is assessing the language development of a 9-month-old infant. Which

developmental milestone does the nurse expect to note in an infant of this age?

A. The infant babbles.

B. The infant says "Mama."

C. The infant smiles and coos.

D .The infant babbles single consonants.

B. The infant says "Mama."

The mother of a 9-month-old infant calls the nurse at the pediatrician's office, tells

the nurse that her infant is teething, and asks what can be done to relieve the

infant's discomfort. What should the nurse instruct the mother to do?

A. Schedule an appointment with a dentist for a dental evaluation

B. Rub the infant's gums with baby aspirin that has been dissolved in water

C. Obtain an over-the-counter (OTC) topical medication for gum-pain relief

D. Give the infant cool liquids or a Popsicle and hard foods such as dry toast

D. Give the infant cool liquids or a Popsicle and hard foods such as dry toast

A nurse is teaching the mother of an 11-month-old infant how to clean the infant's

teeth. What should the nurse tell the mother to do?

A. Use water and a cotton swab and rub the teeth

B. Use diluted fluoride and rub the teeth with a soft washcloth

C. Use a small amount of toothpaste and a soft-bristle toothbrush

D. Dip the infant's pacifier in maple syrup so that the infant will suck

A. Use water and a cotton swab and rub the teeth

A nurse provides information about feeding to the mother of a 6-month-old infant.

Which statement by the mother indicates an understanding of the information?

A. "I can mix the food in the my infant's bottle if he won't eat it."

B. "Fluoride supplementation is not necessary until permanent teeth come in."

C. "Egg white should not be given to my infant because of the risk for an allergy."

D "Meats are really important for iron, and I should start feeding meats to my

infant right away."

C. "Egg white should not be given to my infant because of the risk for an allergy."

A nurse provides instructions to a mother of a newborn infant who weighs 7 lb 2

oz about car safety. What should the nurse tell the mother?

A. To secure the infant in the middle of the back seat in a rear-facing infant safety

seat

B. To place the infant in a booster seat in the front seat of the car with the shoulder

and lap belts secured around the infant

C. That it is acceptable to place the infant in the front seat in a rear-facing infant

safety seat as long as the car has passenger-side air bags

D. That because of the infant's weight it is acceptable to hold the infant as long as

the mother and infant are sitting in the middle of the back seat of the car

A. To secure the infant in the middle of the back seat in a rear-facing infant safety

seat

A nurse provides instructions to a mother about crib safety for her infant. Which

statement by the mother indicates a need for further instructions?

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