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StuffedNurse: MEDICAL SURGICAL BOARD EXAM REVIEWER guys these are almost the same as what was in the june board and same concepts as the june 06 and dec 06..... answers are the first ones after the questions Source : Smeltzer and Bare/ Brunner and Suddarth CD 1. According to Maslow, which of the following categories of needs represents the most basic? Physiologic needs Physiologic needs must be met before an individual is able to move toward psychological health and well-being. Self-actualizatio
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  StuffedNurse: MEDICAL SURGICAL BOARD EXAMREVIEWER   guys these are almost the same as what was in the june board and sameconcepts as the june 06 and dec 06.....answers are the first ones after the questionsSource : Smeltzer and Bare/ Brunner and Suddarth CD1.According to Maslow, which of the following categories of needsrepresents the most basic?Physiologic needsPhysiologic needs must be met before an individual is able to movetoward psychological health and well-being.Self-actualizationSelf-actualization is the highest level of needSafety and security needsSafety and security needs, while lower level, are not essential tophysiologic survival.BelongingnessBelongingness and affection needs are not essential to physiologicsurvival.2.Which of the following statements reflects the World HealthOrganization’s definition of health?A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and notmerely the absence of disease and infirmity.  Such a definition, however, does not allow for any variations in thedegrees of wellness or illness.A condition of homeostatis and adaptation.The WHO definition addresses physical, mental, and social dimensions of being.An individual’s location along a wellness--illness continuum.The concept of a health--illness continuum allows for a greater range indescribing a person’s health than the definition provided by the WHO.A fluid, ever-changing balance reflected through physical, mental, andsocial behavior.The WHO definition does not allow for any variations in the degrees of wellness and illness.3.Which of the following statements defines culture?The learned patterns of behavior, beliefs, and values that can beattributed to a particular group of people.Included among characteristics that distinguish cultural groups aremanner of dress, values, artifacts, and health beliefs and practices.A group of people distinguished by genetically transmitted material.A group of people distinguished by genetically transmitted materialdescribes the term race.The status of belonging to a particular region by srcin, birth, ornaturalization.The status of belonging to a particular region by srcin, birth, ornaturalization describes the term nationality.The classification of a group based upon certain distinctivecharacteristics.  The classification of a group based upon certain distinctivecharacteristics describes the term ethnicity.4.The reason that case management has gained such prominence in healthcare can be traced todecreased cost of care associated with inpatient stay.The reasons case management has gained such prominence can betraced to the decreased cost of care associated with decreased length of hospital stay, coupled with rapid and frequent inter-unit transfers fromspecialty to standard care units.increased length of hospital stay.In general, length of hospital stay has decreased over the past 5 years.discharge from specialty care units to home.In general, patients are transferred from specialty care units to standardcare units at least 24 hours prior to discharge.limited availability for inter-unit hospital transfers.In general, patients in acute care hospitals undergo frequent inter-unittransfers from specialty to standard care units.5.A preferred provider organization is described as abusiness arrangement between hospitals and physicians.PPO’s usually contract to provide health care to subscribers, usuallybusinesses, for a negotiated fee that often is discounted.prepaid group health practice system.A prepaid group health practice system is termed a health maintenanceorganization.  limited insurance program.Insurance is a cost payment system of shared risk, not a health caredelivery system.health care savings account program.A health care savings account program is an incentive program toconsumers, not a health care delivery system.6.Which of the following categories identifies the focus of community/public health nursing practice?Promoting and maintaining the health of populations and preventing andminimizing the progress of diseaseAlthough nursing interventions used by public health nurses mightinvolve individuals, families, or small groups, the central focus remainspromoting health and preventing disease in the entire community.Rehabilitation and restorative servicesRehabilitation and restorative services are the focus of extended carefacilities and home care nursing.Adaptation of hospital care to the home environmentAdaptation of hospital care to the home environment is the focus of home nursing.Hospice care deliveryHospice care delivery refers to the delivery of services to the terminallyill.7.A major goal for home care nurses is
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