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NURSING PRACTICE I COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
Situation 1- Nurse Vera made a home visit to a newly married couple whom the wife is a
primigravida and three months pregnant. The would be mother asked questions about
pregnancy and prenatal care.
1. In assessing the health condition of the pregnant patient, Nurse Vera should focus on
the _____.
A. Last menstrual period
B. Number of days of menstruation
C. Age of patient during menarche
D. Amount of menstrual flow
2. The patient asked nurse V when is the best time to visit the clinic for her 1st prenatal
care. Which should be the appropriate answer of the nurse?
A. 2nd trimester
B. Before delivery
C. 3rd trimester
D. First trimester
3. The patient seems indecisive whether to breastfeed her baby or not. Which is the
desired nursing action of Nurse Vera to help the pregnant patient make a decision on
breast feeding?
A. Give pamphlets and books to read
B. Provide ample time for the patient to decide
C. Refer the patient to a nutritionist
D. Assist to identify breastfeeding goal and plan
4. The patient asks Nurse Vera, when could you hear the fetal heart of the baby? Which
of the following should be the BEST answer of Nurse Vera?
A. 9th month
B. 5th month
C. 3rd month
D. 1st month
5. Nurse Vera informs the patient she should be screened for preeclampsia during this
term of patient
A. First
B. Second
C. Third
D. Before delivery
Situation 2 In the practice of her profession as a public health nurse. Nurse Mary is
guided by ethical and moral principles.
6. The nurse in the practice of her profession is guided by ___.
A. Code of ethics
B. Standards of care
C. local govt. code
D. Ng. process

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7. In the ethical principles of beneficence, which is the BASIS of every nursing action in
all work setting?
A. Treating all patients selectively
B. Informing the patient of the hospital bill
C. Respecting refusal of treatment
D. Doing good at all times
8. In handling all information about the families in the community, which of the following
principles should the nurse consider ethical?
A. Confidentiality
B. Fair treatment
C. Justice
D. Beneficence
9. Nurse Mary randomly selected individuals in the community who will be part of a
project. Which of the following ethical principles is observed by the nurse?
A. Autonomy
B. Beneficence
C. Confidentiality
D. Fair treatment
10. Identify the primary indicator that Nurse Mary observes FIDELITY in the practice of
her profession
A. Faithfully promotes health and prevents disease
B. Frequently assists in providing health service
C. Fairly evaluated health progress and initiatives
D. Collaborates and works with the barangay officials
Situation 3 Nurse Gina is assigned to supervise the home for the aged in the
barangay.
11. In planning the care of the elderly, which should be the important consideration that
Nurse Gina has to consider
a. The educational qualification
b. Family support
c. Activities of daily living
d. Residence of the elderly
12. Nurse Gina also has to consider in terms of financial status most of the elderly are
a. Sufficient
b. Disoriented
c. Dependent to others financially
d. Save pension
13. In planning their care Nurse Gina should consider
a. Socialization is more important
b. Holistic care
c. Physically dependent
d. Spiritual healing

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NURSING PRACTICE I – COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING Situation 1- Nurse Vera made a home visit to a newly married couple whom the wife is a primigravida and three months pregnant. The would be mother asked questions about pregnancy and prenatal care. 1. In assessing the health condition of the pregnant patient, Nurse Vera should focus on the _____. A. Last menstrual period B. Number of days of menstruation C. Age of patient during menarche D. Amount of menstrual flow 2. The patient asked nurse V when is the best time to visit the clinic for her 1st prenatal care. Which should be the appropriate answer of the nurse? A. 2nd trimester B. Before delivery C. 3rd trimester D. First trimester 3. The patient seems indecisive whether to breastfeed her baby or not. Which is the desired nursing action of Nurse Vera to help the pregnant patient make a decision on breast feeding? A. Give pamphlets and books to read B. Provide ample time for the patient to decide C. Refer the patient to a nutritionist D. Assist to identify breastfeeding goal and plan 4. The patient asks Nurse Vera, when could you hear the fetal heart of the baby? Which of the following should be the BEST answer of Nurse Vera? A. 9th month B. 5th month C. 3rd month D. 1st month 5. Nurse Vera informs the patient she should be screened for preeclampsia during this term of patient A. First B. Second C. Third D. Before delivery Situation 2 – In the practice of her profession as a public health nurse. Nurse Mary is guided by ethica ...
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