FREE Certified Nurse Midwife Question and Answers

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The standardized list includes 554 studies on nursing interventions.

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Explanation:
The 554 interventions in the NIC are divided into thirty groups and seven domains. It's designed to be utilized in the planning stage of developing a nursing care plan.

Which of the following is not a side effect of pregnancy-related uncontrolled hypertension?

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Explanation:
Pre-eclampsia is a pregnancy condition marked by the development of high blood pressure and frequently by the presence of a sizable amount of protein in the urine.

When a pregnant woman's amniotic fluid is green, it indicates

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Explanation:
When a pregnant woman's water breaks, she should immediately contact her doctor if she notices any dark green streaks or stains in the fluid. Meconium in the amniotic fluid is indicated by this symptom.

A clinodactyly patient will have one of the following:

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Explanation:
Clinodactyly sufferers can still utilize their fingers as they usually would. Although it's uncommon, if your finger curves at an angle more than 30 degrees, you'll have limited motion in the finger that's affected, and you might need surgery to fix it.

Which of the following symptoms does not indicate severe preeclampsia?

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Explanation:
A high platelet count brought on by another illness or condition is referred to as thrombocytosis. Frequently, secondary or reactive thrombocytosis is used to describe this syndrome. More people have thrombocytosis than thrombocythemia.

Which of these statements on Good Samaritan laws is accurate?

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Explanation:
Good Samaritan laws are designed to safeguard those who assist others out of pure altruism. Only when the rescuer (or would-be rescuer) acts without expecting payment will good Samaritan laws be of use. In other words, if you are being paid to save people, you are not acting in a charitable manner.

Except for one, each of these is a clinical sign of preeclampsia.

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Explanation:
An uncontrolled, rapid spike in brain activity is known as a seizure. It can alter consciousness levels, as well as behavior, movement, and feelings. Epilepsy is defined as two or more unprovoked seizures that occur at least 24 hours apart.

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