Chapter 11 Principles and Practices of Rehabilitation

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Chapter 11  Principles and Practices of Rehabilitation

 

 

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Sample Questions

 

1.
A nurse is caring for a patient following a stroke who is unwilling to attempt any self-care. The nurse should include which of the following as an initial goal?
A)
The patient will demonstrate independent self-care.
B)
The patient’s family will manage the patient’s care.
C)
The nurse will delegate the patient’s care to a nursing assistant.
D)
The patient will participate in a social program.

2.
A nurse practitioner working in an outpatient rehabilitation facility realizes that an elderly disabled patient may be at an increased risk for which of the following social problems?

A) Discrimination and abuse B) Incontinence C) Contractures D) Poor mobility

3.
A patient is undergoing rehabilitation following a total left knee replacement. The key member of the rehabilitation team is the:

A) Occupational health worker B) Nurse C) Physical therapist D) Patient

4.
A nurse is caring for a patient during rehabilitation following a stroke. When the nurse coordinates the patient’s total rehabilitative plan of care, the nurse is functioning as a:

A) Patient educator B) Caregiver C) Case manager D) Patient advocate

5.
An adult patient has just been diagnosed with paralysis due to a skiing accident that injured the spinal cord. The nurse can anticipate that, emotionally, the patient will:
A)
Go through all stages of grief before adaptation takes place
B)
Progress sequentially through five stages of the grief process
C)
Need humor therapy
D)
Respond to grief in an individual manner

 

Answer Key

1.
A
2.
A
3.
D
4.
C
5.
D

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