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ANM Weekly Exam ( Falgun 27)

Welcome to your ANM Exam Set ( Postpartum)

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1. Bag and mask ventilation is given to newborn at the rate of

2 .The nurse is aware that a healthy newborn’s respirations are:

3. A newborn has small, whitish, pinpoint spots over the nose, which the nurse knows are caused by retained sebaceous secretions. When charting this observation, the nurse identifies it as:

4. While assessing a 2-hour old neonate, the nurse observes the neonate to have acrocyanosis. Which of the following nursing actions should be performed initially?

5. The nurse is aware that a neonate of a mother with diabetes is at risk for what complication?

6. A client with group AB blood whose husband has group O has just given birth. The major sign of ABO blood incompatibility in the neonate is which complication or test result?

7. A client has just given birth at 42 weeks’ gestation. When assessing the neonate, which physical finding is expected?

8. After reviewing the client’s maternal history of magnesium sulfate during labor, which condition would the nurse anticipate as a potential problem in the neonate?

9. By keeping the nursery temperature warm and wrapping the neonate in blankets, the nurse is preventing which type of heat loss?

10. A neonate has been diagnosed with caput succedaneum. Which statement is correct about this condition?

11. When teaching umbilical cord care to a new mother, the nurse would include which information?

12. A mother of a term neonate asks what the thick, white, cheesy coating is on his skin. Which correctly describes this finding?

13. When performing nursing care for a neonate after birth, which intervention has the highest nursing priority?

14. When performing an assessment on a neonate, which assessment finding is most suggestive of hypothermia?

15. A newborn’s mother is alarmed to find small amounts of blood on her infant girl’s diaper. When the nurse checks the infant’s urine it is straw colored and has no offensive odor. Which explanation to the newborn’s mother is most appropriate?

16. Soon after delivery, a neonate is admitted to the pediatric unit. The nurse begins the initial assessment by:

17. A neonate is admitted to a hospital’s central nursery. The neonate’s vital signs are: temperature = 96.5 degrees F., heart rate = 120 bpm, and respirations = 40/minute. The infant is pink with slight acrocyanosis. The priority nursing diagnosis for the neonate is:

18. The nurse is preparing to discharge a multipara 24 hours after a vaginal delivery. The client is breastfeeding her newborn. The nurse instructs the client that if engorgement occurs the client should:

19. A nurse is assessing a newborn infant following circumcision and notes that the circumcised area is red with a small amount of bloody drainage. Which of the following nursing actions would be most appropriate?

20. A nurse in the newborn nursery is monitoring a preterm newborn infant for respiratory distress syndrome. Which assessment signs if noted in the newborn infant would alert the nurse to the possibility of this syndrome?

21. A nurse in a newborn nursery is performing an assessment of a newborn infant. The nurse is preparing to measure the head circumference of the infant. The nurse would most appropriately:

22. A nurse on the newborn nursery floor is caring for a neonate. On assessment the infant is exhibiting signs of cyanosis, tachypnea, nasal flaring, and grunting. Respiratory distress syndrome is diagnosed, and the physician prescribes surfactant replacement therapy. The nurse would prepare to administer this therapy by:

23. Neonates of mothers with diabetes are at risk for which complication following birth?

24. A neonate has been diagnosed with caput succedaneum. Which statement is correct about this condition?

25. The most common neonatal sepsis and meningitis infections seen within 24 hours after birth are caused by which organism?

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