Test Bank Porth of Altered Pathophysiology Edition States Health 6th Concepts

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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

1. Percentiles, which are often used to evaluate a child’s assessment data, represent the:
A. number of standard deviations above and below the mean
B. percentage of values for the population that are above and below a certain number*

2. The embryonic period:
A. begins at the time of conception and continues through the 2nd week of gestation
B. begins with the 2nd week of gestation and continues through the 8th week*
C. begins with the 2nd week of gestation and continues through the 12th week
D. begins with the 9th week of gestation and continues until birth

3. An infant is considered premature if it is born before the end of the:
A. 28th week
B. 30th week
C. 37th week*
D. 40th week

4. Small for gestational age (SGA) denotes an infant with a birth weight that is less than:
A. 1 standard deviation below the mean or the 20th percentile
B. 2 standard deviations below the mean or the 10th percentile*
C. 3 standard deviations below the mean or the 30th percentile

5. Proportional or symmetrical intrauterine growth retardation is usually related to events that occur:
A. early in pregnancy*
B. later in pregnancy

6. In small for gestational age (SGA) infants, an underdeveloped placenta may cause all of the following complications EXCEPT:
A. birth asphyxia
B. hyperglycemia
C. meconium aspiration
D. trauma due to mechanical difficulties during birth*

7. The Apgar score assessment includes:
A. blood pressure
B. ability to verbalize pain
C. muscle tone*
D. pupillary reflex

8. Apnea and periodic breathing, which are common respiratory problems in premature infants, are thought to result from:
A. respiratory tract infections
B. immaturity of surfactant-producing cells in alveolar structures of the lung
C. underdevelopment of respiratory centers in the brain stem*
D. immaturity of the circulatory system

9. Which of the following is the more common birth injury?
A. Fracture of the clavicle*
B. Cephalohematoma
C. Depressed skull fracture
D. Klumpke’s paralysis brachial plexus injury

10. Which common disorder of preterm infants is acquired and associated with early enteral feedings?
A. Colic
B. Necrotizing enterocolitis*
C. Respiratory distress syndrome
D. Intraventricular hemorrhage

11. Which one of the following occurs almost exclusively in premature infants as compared to full-term infants?
A. Intraventricular hemorrhage*
B. Sudden infant death syndrome
C. Brachial nerve plexus
D. Cephalohematoma

12. The most common cause of death in infants between 6 and 12 months is:
A. birth defects
B. infections
C. sudden infant death syndrome
D. injuries*

13. Failure to thrive is:
A. inadequate growth of a child from the inability to obtain or use essential nutrients*
B. results in sudden infant death syndrome
C. caused by necrotizing enterocolitis
D. often associated with irritable infant syndrome

14. The toddler period extends from:
A. 12 to 18 months
B. 18 to 36 months*
C. 26 to 60 months

15. Bowel and bladder sphincter control follows myelinization of the:
A. cortex
B. brain stem
C. spinal cord*

16. Of the following health problems of early childhood, which is least common?
A. Infectious diseases
B. Substance abuse*
C. Trauma related to ambulation
D. Child neglect and abuse

17. Automobile accidents are the leading cause of death in which developmental period?
A. Infancy
B. Early childhood
C. Late childhood
D. Adolescence*

18. The leading cause of illness during late childhood is:
A. measles
B. otitis media
C. respiratory tract infections*
D. gastrointestinal disorders

19. Which of the following hormones contributes to epiphyseal closure during adolescence?
A. Growth hormone
B. Thyroid hormone
C. Sex hormones*
D. Insulin

20. The leading cause of nonviolent death among adolescents is:
A. kidney failure
B. heart disease
C. cancer*
D. liver disease

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