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Urinary Elimination Genitourinary Disorder Question 1 See full question 54s A parent is asking how she can help her son deal with the peer ridicule at school in regards to enuresis. What is the best response by the nurse? Question 2 See full question 34s A school nurse is trying to prevent poststreptococcal glomerulonephritis in children. What would be the best way to prevent this? Question 3 See full question 37s A group of nursing students is discussing terminology related to the genitourinary system during a post-conference setting. One of the students asks what mittelschmerz is or what it means. A classmate of this student correctly answers that mittelschmerz is: Question 4 See full question 1m 3s The nurse is doing a presentation for a group of nursing students about the topic of menstrual disorders. After discussing the disorder secondary amenorrhea, the students make the following statements. Which statement made by the nursing students is the most accurate regarding the cause of secondary amenorrhea? Question 5 See full question 24s A 3-year-old is scheduled for a surgery to correct undescended testes. An important postoperative consideration the nurse would want to prepare the parents for is: Question 6 See full question 29s An adolescent asks the nurse how to best prevent vulvovaginitis. The nurse's best answer would be to: Question 7 See full question 32s The nurse is providing discharge teaching to an adolescent who has been treated for pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). What would the nurse include as a preventive measure? Question 8 See full question 27s A nurse is developing a teaching plan for the parents of an 8-year-old experiencing nocturnal enuresis. The nurse determines that additional teaching is needed when the parents identify what as an appropriate measure? Question 9 See full question 25s The nurse is caring for a child on a pediatric unit who has hemodialysis 3 times per week due to renal failure. On the days between dialysis treatment, which meal would be acceptable for the child? Question 10 See full question 21s The nurse is caring for a 6-year-old boy with acute glomerulonephritis. When reviewing the client's labwork, which is most important to review with the health care provider? Question 1 See full question 32s A newborn is diagnosed with hypospadias and the parents want him to be circumcised. What would be the best response by the nurse? Question 2 See full question 35s The nurse is working with a child with altered genitourinary status. Which intervention would be included in the plan of care with excess fluid volume? Question 3 See full question 54s A nurse is providing education to parents of a child diagnosed with vesicoureteral reflux (VUR). Which would be included in the parental education? Question 4 See full question 56s In caring for a child with nephrotic syndrome, which interventions will be included in the child's plan of care? Question 5 See full question 37s The nurse is reinforcing teaching with the caregiver of 5-year-old twins regarding urinary tract infections (UTIs). The caregiver is puzzled about why her daughter has had three urinary tract infections but her son has had none. She reports that their diets and fluid intake is similar. Which statement would be accurate for the nurse to tell this mother? Question 6 See full question 21s Urinary tract infections are usually successfully treated by what means? Question 7 See full question 31s A 16-year-old tells you she has terrible dysmenorrhea. Which action would be the best health teaching measure regarding this? Question 8 See full question 34s The nurse is preparing a 7-year-old girl for discharge after treatment for nephrotic syndrome. Which instructions would the nurse include in the discharge teaching plan for the parents? Question 9 See full question 14s A child is being evaluated for renal and urinary tract disease. What would the nurse expect to be ordered to evaluate the child's glomerular filtration rate? Question 10 See full question 25s An adolescent comes to the clinic reporting vaginal discharge. When assessing the vaginal discharge, what would lead the nurse to suspect that the adolescent has candidiasis? Question 1 See full question 50s A nurse is performing an assessment on a child. What would be indicative of a potential for a urinary tract infection? Question 2 See full question 27s The condition in which one or both of the testes does not descend in the male infant is referred to as: Question 3 See full question 58s A single male caregiver of a 14-year-old girl accompanies his daughter to her pre-high school physical. In the course of discussion about how his daughter is developing, he remarks, “She's terrific most of the time. Of course when she gets her period, she's miserable and mean, but I tell her that's just what it's like to be a woman.” What would be the most appropriate response by the nurse? Question 4 See full question 35s An adolescent girl and her caregiver present at the pediatrician's office. The adolescent reports severe abdominal pain. A diagnosis of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is made. The nurse notes in the child's chart that this is the third time she has been treated for PID. The most appropriate action by the nurse would be to: Question 5 See full question 1m 4s The nurse is caring for a 5-month-old boy with an undescended left testis. What would the nurse identify as indicative of true cryptorchidism? Question 6 See full question 21s The nurse is caring for a 2-year-old girl with suspected vulvovaginitis. The nurse suspects the cause as Candida albicans based on which finding? Question 7 See full question 11s Urine that stands at room temperature for any length of time changes composition. Question 8 See full question 54s A 16-year-old girl visits her gynecologist with a complaint of metrorrhagia, or bleeding between menstrual periods, since her last visit 3 months ago. On consulting the client's chart, the nurse learns that she was prescribed an oral contraceptive at her last visit. Which intervention should the nurse implement in this situation? Question 9 See full question 23s A 14-year-old girl visits her gynecologist and is found to have vaginal candidiasis. She is obese, claims to not be sexually active, and is not on an oral contraceptive. Which intervention should be considered for this client? Question 10 See full question 42s The nurse is caring for the parents of a newborn who has an undescended testicle. Which comment by the parents indicates understanding of the condition? Question 1 See full question 31s A nurse is teaching the parents about the kidney transplant their child is going to receive. What would be included in the teaching? Question 2 See full question 10s A parent is asking how she can help her son deal with the peer ridicule at school in regards to enuresis. What is the best response by the nurse? Question 3 See full question 9s A parent asks if her newborn's undescended testicles will need surgery to repair. What is the bestresponse by the nurse? Question 4 See full question 43s A caregiver brings her 7-year-old son to the pediatrician's office, concerned about the child's bedwetting after being completely toilet trained even at night for over 2 years. The caregiver further reports that the child has wet the bed every night since returning home from a 1-week fishing trip. The child refuses to talk about the bedwetting. The nurse notes the child is shy, skittish, and will not make eye contact. Further evaluation needs to be done to rule out what possible explanation for the bedwetting? Question 5 See full question 20s The first method of choice for obtaining a urine specimen from a 3-year-old child with a possible urinary tract infection is: Question 6 See full question 15s The nurse is caring for a child admitted with acute glomerulonephritis. Which clinical manifestation would likely have been noted in the child with this diagnosis? Question 7 See full question 25s Which nursing diagnosis would be the priority when caring for a child in renal failure following a kidney transplant? Question 8 See full question 19s A 3-year-old is scheduled for a surgery to correct undescended testes. An important postoperative consideration the nurse would want to prepare the parents for is: Question 9 See full question 48s When assessing a child with hydronephrosis, what would the nurse expect to find? Select all that apply. Question 10 See full question 25s The mother of 6-month-old girl is concerned about her daughter getting a urinary tract infection. What should the nurse mention to the mother to help prevent this condition? An infant is diagnosed with a urinary tract infection. What corroborating finding would the nurse expect on assessment? Question 2 See full question 12s A child diagnosed with acute glomerulonephritis will most likely have a history of: Question 3 See full question 36s The nurse is caring for a child admitted with nephrotic syndrome. Which clinical manifestation will require continued assessment? Question 4 See full question 16s The nurse is doing a presentation for a group of nursing students about the topic of menstrual disorders. After discussing the disorder secondary amenorrhea, the students make the following statements. Which statement made by the nursing students is the most accurate regarding the cause of secondary amenorrhea? Question 5 See full question 29s A child is being evaluated for renal and urinary tract disease. What would the nurse expect to be ordered to evaluate the child's glomerular filtration rate? Question 6 See full question 11s A nurse is developing a teaching plan for the parents of an 8-year-old experiencing nocturnal enuresis. The nurse determines that additional teaching is needed when the parents identify what as an appropriate measure? Question 7 See full question 12s An adolescent comes to the clinic reporting vaginal discharge. When assessing the vaginal discharge, what would lead the nurse to suspect that the adolescent has candidiasis? . Question 8 See full question 41s A nurse is caring for a 10-year-old boy with nocturnal enuresis with no physiologic cause. He says he is embarrassed and wishes he could stop immediately. How should the nurse respond? Question 9 See full question 38s The nurse is caring for a child who receives dialysis via an AV fistula. Which finding indicates an immediate need to notify the physician? Question 1 See full question 18s A school nurse is trying to prevent poststreptococcal glomerulonephritis in children. What would be the best way to prevent this? Question 2 See full question 21s In caring for a child with nephrotic syndrome, which interventions will be included in the child's plan of care? Question 3 See full question 12s The nurse is reinforcing teaching with the caregiver of 5-year-old twins regarding urinary tract infections (UTIs). The caregiver is puzzled about why her daughter has had three urinary tract infections but her son has had none. She reports that their diets and fluid intake is similar. Which statement would be accurate for the nurse to tell this mother? Question 4 See full question 21s The nurse is collecting data on a 6-year-old child admitted with acute glomerulonephritis. Which vital sign would the nurse anticipate with this child's diagnosis? Question 5 See full question 12s A group of nursing students is discussing terminology related to the genitourinary system during a post-conference setting. One of the students asks what mittelschmerz is or what it means. A classmate of this student correctly answers that mittelschmerz is: Question 6 See full question 13s The nurse is caring for a 10-year-old boy with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) with metabolic acidosis. What would the nurse expect to administer if ordered? Question 7 See full question 20s The nurse is caring for a 5-month-old boy with an undescended left testis. What would the nurse identify as indicative of true cryptorchidism? Question 8 See full question 22s A 6-month-old boy is found to have undescended testes. The parents are concerned. What should the nurse anticipate as the next step for this client? Question 9 See full question 11s A 16-year-old girl visits her gynecologist with a complaint of metrorrhagia, or bleeding between menstrual periods, since her last visit 3 months ago. On consulting the client's chart, the nurse learns that she was prescribed an oral contraceptive at her last visit. Which intervention should the nurse implement in this situation? Question 10 See full question 15s The nurse is caring for the parents of a newborn who has an undescended testicle. Which comment by the parents indicates understanding of the condition? Question 1 See full question 6s A newborn is diagnosed with hypospadias and the parents want him to be circumcised. What would be the best response by the nurse? Question 2 See full question 13s A single male caregiver of a 14-year-old girl accompanies his daughter to her pre-high school physical. In the course of discussion about how his daughter is developing, he remarks, “She's terrific most of the time. Of course when she gets her period, she's miserable and mean, but I tell her that's just what it's like to be a woman.” What would be the most appropriate response by the nurse? Question 3 See full question 13s An adolescent girl and her caregiver present at the pediatrician's office. The adolescent reports severe abdominal pain. A diagnosis of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is made. The nurse notes in the child's chart that this is the third time she has been treated for PID. The most appropriate action by the nurse would be to: Question 4 See full question 25s A 4-year-old girl with a urinary tract infection is scheduled to have a voiding cystourethrogram. When preparing her for this procedure, the nurse would want to prepare her to: • . Question 5 See full question 31s The nurse is caring for a 3-year-old with the surgical repair of hypospadias. The preschooler returned from the post-anesthesia care unit with an indwelling urinary catheter. What parental teaching is most helpful? Question 6 See full question 12s A 3-year-old is scheduled for a surgery to correct undescended testes. An important postoperative consideration the nurse would want to prepare the parents for is: Question 7 See full question 10s A 16-year-old tells you she has terrible dysmenorrhea. Which action would be the best health teaching measure regarding this? Question 8 See full question 11s The nurse is preparing a 7-year-old girl for discharge after treatment for nephrotic syndrome. Which instructions would the nurse include in the discharge teaching plan for the parents? Question 9 See full question 15s When providing care to a child with vesicoureteral reflux (VUR), which nursing diagnosis would be the priority? Question 10 See full question 11s The nurse is caring for a child diagnosed with hydronephrosis. Which manifestation is consistent with complications of the disorder? Question 1 See full question 13s A parent is asking how she can help her son deal with the peer ridicule at school in regards to enuresis. What is the best response by the nurse? Question 2 See full question 20s A parent asks if her newborn's undescended testicles will need surgery to repair. What is the bestresponse by the nurse? Question 3 See full question 30s The nurse knows this is a description of peritoneal dialysis when compared to hemodialysis: Question 4 See full question 22s A nurse is performing postoperative care on a child with a ureteral stent. Which intervention will help manage bladder spasms? Question 5 See full question 48s The caregiver of a 1-year-old boy calls the nurse, upset that his wife has just told him that their son is being given a hormone. His wife says that the pediatrician called it human chorionic gonadotropic hormone but that is all she understood. The nurse most accurately clarifies the caregiver's question by making which statement regarding the son's treatment? Question 6 See full question 22s The caregiver of a child with a history of ear infections calls the nurse and reports that her son has just told her his urine “looks funny.” He also has a headache, and his mother reports that his eyes are puffy. Although he had a fever 2 days ago, his temperature is now down to 100℉ (37.8℃). The nurse encourages the mother to have the child seen by the care provider because the nurse suspects the child may have: Question 7 See full question 9s Most urinary tract infections seen in children are caused by: Question 8 See full question 19s The nurse is providing discharge teaching to an adolescent who has been treated for pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). What would the nurse include as a preventive measure? Question 9 See full question 25s The nurse is assessing a male neonate and notes that the urethral opening is on the ventral aspect of the penis. Which finding is documented? Question 10 See full question 6s The nurse is caring for a child who receives dialysis via an AV fistula. Which finding indicates an immediate need to notify the physician? Question 1 See full question 18s A child needs to collect urine for 24 hours and the nurse explains that this test assesses glomerular filtration rate and how the kidneys are functioning. What would be indicative of this type of test? Question 2 See full question 53s The caregiver of a child being treated at home for acute glomerulonephritis calls the nurse reporting that her daughter has just had a convulsion. The child is resting comfortably but the caregiver would like to know what to do. The nurse would instruct the caregiver to take which action? Question 3 See full question 15s The nurse is collecting data for a child diagnosed with acute glomerulonephritis. What would the nurse likely find in this child's history? Question 4 See full question 13s The nurse is collecting data on a 6-year-old child admitted with acute glomerulonephritis. Which vital sign would the nurse anticipate with this child's diagnosis? Question 5 See full question 25s The nurse obtains a history from the mother of a child with glomerulonephritis about how he became ill. What would the nurse expect her to tell you she noticed? Question 6 See full question 40s The nurse is taking a health history of a 12-year-old boy presenting with scrotal pain. Which assessment finding would indicate testicular torsion? Question 7 See full question 5s A child is being evaluated for renal and urinary tract disease. What would the nurse expect to be ordered to evaluate the child's glomerular filtration rate? . Question 8 See full question 17s The nurse is caring for a child who is undergoing peritoneal dialysis. Immediately after draining the dialysate, which action should the nurse should take immediately? Question 9 See full question 29s The nurse is administering cyclophosphamide as ordered for a 12-year-old boy with nephrotic syndrome. Which instruction is most accurate regarding administration? Question 10 See full question 14s The nurse is caring for a 6-year-old boy with acute glomerulonephritis. When reviewing the client's labwork, which is most important to review with the health care provider? Question 1 See full question 1m 15s A voiding cystourethrogram (VCUG) is ordered on a child. What education should be provided to the parents? Question 2 See full question 26s A nurse is discussing with a family the various causes of their child's vulvovaginitis. What would be included in the education? • . Question 3 See full question 14s The nurse is caring for a child with nephrotic syndrome. The child is noted to have edema. The edema would most likely be seen where on this child? Question 4 See full question 37s The nurse is conducting a presentation for a group of nurses who work with adolescents. The group of nurses discusses dysmenorrhea. Which statement is most accurately related to dysmenorrhea? Question 5 See full question 22s The nurse is discussing genitourinary conditions with a group of 16-year-old girls. One of the girls says she has heard about girls who have stopped taking birth control pills and now don't have periods. The condition the girl is referring to is: Question 6 See full question 17s A symptom often seen in acute glomerulonephritis is edema. The most common site the edema is first noted is in which area of the body? Question 7 See full question 21s A 4-year-old girl with a urinary tract infection is scheduled to have a voiding cystourethrogram. When preparing her for this procedure, the nurse would want to prepare her to: Question 8 See full question 42s While obtaining a history from a 15-year-old girl, the girl tells the nurse that she often experiences cramping abdominal pain about in the middle of her menstrual cycle. The nurse documents this as: Question 9 See full question 5s Peritoneal dialysis is so effective that 3 hours of peritoneal dialysis accomplishes as much as 12 hours of hemodialysis. Question 10 See full question 25s A nurse is caring for a 13-year-old boy with end-stage renal disease who is preparing to have his hemodialysis treatment in the dialysis unit. Which nursing action is appropriate? Question 1 See full question 10s A nurse is performing an assessment on a child. What would be indicative of a potential for a urinary tract infection? Question 2 See full question 10s The caregiver of a child with a history of ear infections calls the nurse and reports that her son has just told her his urine “looks funny.” He also has a headache, and his mother reports that his eyes are puffy. Although he had a fever 2 days ago, his temperature is now down to 100℉ (37.8℃). The nurse encourages the mother to have the child seen by the care provider because the nurse suspects the child may have: Question 3 See full question 23s A 10-year-old in renal failure is on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD). What would it be important to teach the parents? • . Question 4 See full question 9s A 3-year-old is scheduled for a surgery to correct undescended testes. An important postoperative consideration the nurse would want to prepare the parents for is: Question 5 See full question 10s The nurse is preparing a 7-year-old girl for discharge after treatment for nephrotic syndrome. Which instructions would the nurse include in the discharge teaching plan for the parents? Question 6 See full question 9s When providing care to a child with vesicoureteral reflux (VUR), which nursing diagnosis would be the priority? Question 7 See full question 11s A 16-year-old girl visits her gynecologist with a complaint of metrorrhagia, or bleeding between menstrual periods, since her last visit 3 months ago. On consulting the client's chart, the nurse learns that she was prescribed an oral contraceptive at her last visit. Which intervention should the nurse implement in this situation? Question 8 See full question 29s A nurse is caring for a 12-year-old girl recently diagnosed with end-stage renal disease. The nurse is discussing dietary restrictions with the girl’s mother. Which response indicates a need for further teaching? Question 9 See full question 8s The nurse is caring for a child diagnosed with hydronephrosis. Which manifestation is consistent with complications of the disorder? Question 10 See full question 3s The nurse is caring for a child on a pediatric unit who has hemodialysis 3 times per week due to renal failure. On the days between dialysis treatment, which meal would be acceptable for the child? Question 1 See full question 11s The nurse is working with a child with altered genitourinary status. Which intervention would be included in the plan of care with excess fluid volume? Question 2 See full question 10s The nurse knows this is a description of peritoneal dialysis when compared to hemodialysis: Question 3 See full question 10s A nurse is performing postoperative care on a child with a ureteral stent. Which intervention will help manage bladder spasms? Question 4 See full question 10s The caregiver of a 1-year-old boy calls the nurse, upset that his wife has just told him that their son is being given a hormone. His wife says that the pediatrician called it human chorionic gonadotropic hormone but that is all she understood. The nurse most accurately clarifies the caregiver's question by making which statement regarding the son's treatment? . Question 5 See full question 10s The caregiver of a child being treated at home for acute glomerulonephritis calls the nurse reporting that her daughter has just had a convulsion. The child is resting comfortably but the caregiver would like to know what to do. The nurse would instruct the caregiver to take which action? Question 6 See full question 11s Most urinary tract infections seen in children are caused by: Question 7 See full question 4s A group of nursing students is discussing terminology related to the genitourinary system during a post-conference setting. One of the students asks what mittelschmerz is or what it means. A classmate of this student correctly answers that mittelschmerz is: Question 8 See full question 25s To prevent further urinary tract infections in a preschooler, what measures would you teach her mother? Question 9 See full question 11s The nurse is assessing a male neonate and notes that the urethral opening is on the ventral aspect of the penis. Which finding is documented? Question 10 See full question 24s The nurse is planning the discharge instructions for the parents of a 1-month-old infant who has had a circumcision completed. Which information should be included in the education provided?

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