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IMPAC & Project entreprenurse NAME: SCORE: / 35 INSTRUCTIONS: Select the correct answer for the following questions. Mark only one answer for each item by encircling the letter of your choice. STRICTLY NO ERASURES ALLOWED. Integrated Management of Pregnancy and Childbirth (IMPAC) 1. The goal of MDG 5 is to: a. Reduce maternal mortality by 2/3 by 2015 b. Reduce maternal mortality by by 2015 c. Improve maternal health d. Improve maternal and child health 2. Maternal mortality is defined as deaths among women due to pregnancy, delivery and puerperium over total number of livebirths. The period of puerperium is: a. Not later than 2 weeks after delivery b. Not later than 2 months after pregnancy c. Not later than 2 days after delivery d. Not later than 6 weeks after delivery 3. In the conduct of antepartum care, the community health nurse must ensure that the mother should have at least a minimum of prenatal visit of: a. 3 per trimester b. 4 c. 5 d. Monthly check up with the last trimester on a weekly basis 4. The BEmONC team must possess the following functions EXCEPT: a. Administer parenteral antibiotics b. Administer magnesium sulfate to bleeding patients c. Administer parenteral oxytocin d. Manual removal of placenta 5. The drug of choice for the management of preeclampsia is: a. Hydralazine drip b. Parenteral Magnesium sulfate c. Nicardipine drip d. Methyldopa 6. The CHN on duty in the BEmONC facility has just assisted in the delivery when she noticed heavy vaginal bleeding on patient Melisa Bik. She must anticipate that she will administer: a. Parenteral oxytocin b. Methergin c. Packed RBC d. Tranexamic acid per orem 7. While conducting a health education on reproductive health, Ms. Masa Kit, a pregnant woman waiting for her turn to be seen by the midwife suddenly developed a severe headache, blurring of vision and severe abdominal pain. The best nursing action at this moment is to: a. Ask her if she ate her meal this morning b. Give an antacid c. Perform RAM d. Perform ABC assessment 8. Nurse Bino Tasan is monitoring the progress of labor of patient Winie Wiwi. Her cervical dilatation is currently 4cm. This finding is indicative of: a. Active labor b. Latent phase of labor c. Beginning of transitional stage d. False labor 9. While monitoring the progress of labor in a partograph, you noticed that when you the plotted the graph it has crossed the yellow line. This means the next nursing action is to: a. Refer the patient immediately b. Alert the emergency transport vehicle. c. Continue to monitor the mother d. Inform your superior 10. Patient Nila Lait is in early active labor. She asked you if she may be allowed to drink as she is thirsty. Your nursing response is: a. No. b. No. drinking is not allowed. c. Yes but Ill check first if you are not a risk for surgical intervention. d. Would you like to have fruit shake? 11. Imminent delivery is a term used in IMPACT to imply that: a. The cervix has fully dilated b. Babys head is engaged c. The woman is in active labor d. The cervix is fully effaced 12. The BEmONC team must be capable of performing the following functions: a. Performing Cesarean Section b. Transfusing blood c. Both of the above d. None of the above 13. Perineal shaving during labor: a. Is considered routine b. Provides better access to vaginal opening c. Reduces the risk of infection d. Increases the risk of infection 14. The newborn has just been delivered. Your first nursing action is to: a. Clamp the cord b. Dry the newborn c. Suction the nose d. Suction the mouth 15. Skin to skin contact of the mother and the newborn is a critical nursing intervention. To do this the nurse must place the newborn: a. On the mothers abdomen b. On the mothers chest c. Prone, on the mothers chest d. Supine, on the mothers chest 16. During the first stage of labor, the best maternal position is: a. Supine c. Upright b. Prone d. No best position 17. The paradigm shift in the care of pregnant mothers: a. Antenatal care screening can detect all complications b. Most complications occur before delivery c. Most complications occur after delivery d. All pregnancies are considered at risk

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18. For normal pregnancies, a routine procedure for checking the well-being of the fetus is: a. Holter monitoring b. Contraction Stress Test (CST) c. Non Stress Test (NST) d. Intermittent Fetal Auscultation (IFA) 19. Appropriate crystalloid fluid for a woman experiencing heavy bleeding: a. Distilled Fluid c. Crystal Clear b. Plain Lactated Ringers d. D50 20. In the community, the pregnant woman is usually referred by the Womens Health Team (WHT). This team is composed of the following EXCEPT: a. Midwife b. Barangay Health Worker c. Traditional Birth Attendant d. Barangay Nutrition Scholar 21. They are considered non-time bound newborn care interventions: a. Immunization d. A & B only b. Washing e. All of the above c. Weighing 22. These/this are/is considered unnecessary procedures under the Unang Yakap Program: a. Foot printing c. Both of the above b. Routine Suctioning d. None of the above 23. The first step in conducting assessment in IMPACT: a. Quick Check b. Rapid Assessment and Management c. Airway, Breathing and Circulation d. Problem based approach 24. Every contact with the mother must begin with: a. Asking the woman her name b. Asking permission to perform procedure c. Explaining all procedures carefully d. None of the above 25. Which of the following is a PRIORITY SIGN? a. Severe bleeding b. Rupture of membranes c. Severe headache with blurring of vision d. None of the above 26. After delivering of baby, patient Sina Pi-an continues to bleed. Your first nursing intervention is to: a. Perform final rites b. Perform bimanual uterine compression c. Perform aortic compression d. Perform uterine massage and expel clots Project EntrepreNURSE Situation: the nurse should have a background on the theories and foundation of nursing as it influenced by the nursing today. 27. A type of expanded career roles for nurses which focuses on nurses managing health-related business such consultation service: a. NARS c. EntrepreNARS b. Entreprenurse d. Nurse Entrepreneur 28. The principal role of the PRC-BON in the above project is to: a. Promote nurse entrepreneurship among countrys nursing student and school and research on the feasibility of including nurse entrepreneurship in the BSN curriculum; Design and implement an enterprise development training course for nurses cooperative in partnership with the Cooperative Development Authority. b. Promote the concept of nurse entrepreneurship among members and help obtain funding grants from abroad. c. expand social protection and help achieve better health service and care for the people; to save and create as many jobs as possible and to mitigate the impact of the global financial crisis.

d. To improve healthcare services to our population and create a pool of registered nurses with enhanced clinical and preventive health management competencies for national public and private sector employment. 29. Nurse must know what health-care related business to put in order to maximize their skills and talents on that field. The following are forms of nurse entrepreneurship. Except: a. Medical Transcription Services b. Tourism Health Care Services c. Hotel and Restaurant Management Services d. Hospice, Domiciliary and Health Care Facility Management 30. The following are from the major agenda of the Project EntrepreNURSE, all are true except 1. Reduce the cost of health care for the countrys indigent population 2. Maximize employment opportunities for the countrys unemployed nurses 3. Utilize the countrys unemployed human resources for health for the delivery of public health services 4. Provide additional manpower for the country to contribute in the physical construction of infrastructures. a. 1, 2, and 3 c. 3 and 4 only b. 2 only d. 4 only 31. This agency provides the overall management and direction of the project, it also assists the nurses organize themselves into cooperatives or associations. a. DOH d. PhilHealth b. DOLE e. BON-PRC c. PNA 32. This agency promotes concept of nurse entrepreneurship among its chapters and members to gain funding. a. DOH d. PhilHealth b. DOLE e. BON-PRC c. PNA 33. Every program/project formulated by the government has a legal basis, so that it would not operate against the law. Where was the legal basis for nurse entrepreneurship lifted? a. Article V Section 27 R.A. 7164 and article VI section 28 R.A. 9173 b. Article IV section 28 R.A. 7461 and article V section 27 R.A. 9371 c. Article V Section 29 R.A. 7164 and article VI section 27 R.A. 9172 d. Article V Section 27 R.A. 7146 and article VI section 28 R.A. 9137 e. Article V Section 25 R.A. 7124 and article VI section 28 R.A. 9143 34. In the Project EntrepreNURSE, the idea is to encourage nurses to form cooperatives with a certain minimum number of a. 300 c. 40 b. 500 d. 100 35. You are nurse and a part of the cooperative formed in your locality as required by the Project EntrepreNURSE, as a member you were tasked to be the auditor, in the line of duty you noticed a discrepancy in the financial report of the treasurer and your report. You have decided to run a re-check and investigation, in which you found out that the treasurer has been stashing money from the cooperative, as a colleague what would be your action? a. Confront your treasurer about the issue b. Call a meeting and point the treasurer as thief c. Talk to the immediate head and call the attention of the person involved

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d. Regroup and forma new cooperative

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