Assessment and Management of Female Physiologic Processes Quiz
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Assessment and Management of Female Physiologic Processes Quiz

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1. The results of a patient’s cytologic test for cancer (Pap test) were interpreted as class II. The nurse explains that a class II finding indicates:

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2. Pain at the time of the regular menstrual flow is referred to as:

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3. The highest incidence of ectopic pregnancy occurs in the:

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4. During an internal vaginal examination, the nurse practitioner notes a frothy and malodorous discharge. She suspects it is caused by the bacteria:

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5. The normal menstrual cycle usually lasts 4 to 5 days with a loss of about how much blood?

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6. . In the United States, the percentage of pregnancies that are unplanned is about:

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7. The most common side effect of transdermal contraceptives is:

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8. In educating a patient with PMS about changing her dietary practices, the nurse would recommend that she increase her intake of:

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9. A middle-aged woman experiencing dyspareunia can use what medication to diminish the discomfort?

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10. A neighbor tells you that she has had vaginal bleeding for the past several days. She is postmenopausal and has not had a menstrual period for the past 4 years. You recommend that she:

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11. Rupture of the fallopian tube in an ectopic pregnancy usually occurs:

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12. Statistically, use of the calendar rhythm method as a means of contraception yields a pregnancy rate of:

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13. An annual pelvic examination should begin at age:

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14. To prevent toxic shock syndrome (TSS), the nurse advises the 15-year-old girl to change tampons every:

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15. A nutritional recommendation for postmenopausal women would be a dietary increase in:

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16. The menstrual cycle is dependent on hormone production. The hormone responsible for stimulating progesterone is:

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17. Spontaneous abortion occurs in 10% to 20% of pregnancies. Spontaneous abortion occurs most commonly at:

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18. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) may be caused by estrogen rising and progesterone decreasing during the phase of the menstrual cycle known as:

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19. Newer classifications are being used to describe the findings of the cytologic smear. For example, a highgrade, squamous, intraepithelial lesion corresponds to all of the following except:

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20. After a cervical cone biopsy, the patient needs to be instructed to:

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