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NUR3045 Module 2 Quiz Chapter 5 2017 (Perfect Answer)
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Question 1 While caring for a patient from the Chinese culture, the nurse learns that the patient has a specific practice that follows yin and yang. What impact will this have on the patient's dietary intake?

1. The patient will eat only specified combinations of food.
2. Some foods are only eaten at different times of the year.
3. There are specific foods for specific purposes.
4. Identifies if foods should be eaten hot or cold

Question 2 What would the nurse identify as contributors to illness?

Select all that apply.

1. Imbalance of body, mind, or spirit
2. Imbalance with the family
3. Imbalance with the community
4. Imbalance with the forces of the natural world
5. Imbalance with socioeconomic status

Question 3 While performing a home assessment, the home care nurse identifies traditional practices that the patient uses to protect health.Which are practices used to protect health?

Select all that apply.

1. Picture of a saint hanging on the wall in the bedroom
2. String of garlic hanging in the kitchen
3. Burning a candle on the kitchen table
4. Wearing a purple scarf
5. Chanting prayers

Question 4 Which actions would the nurse categorize as traditional mental HEALTH maintenance?

1. Activities to concentrate and stimulate the mind
2. Avoiding physically demanding hobbies
3. Using medications to preserve chemical balance in the brain
4. Wearing head covering in the cold to preserve head warmth

Question 5 Which action do most people take when experiencing a mild illness?

1. Rely on self-treatment or do nothing.
2. Ingest herbs specific to how they are feeling.
3. Consult a local faith HEALER.
4. Immediately seek medical attention.

Question 6 A patient wants to use a complementary medicine approach for a chronic health problem. Which approaches would the nurse suggest the patient use?

Select all that apply.

1. Hypnotherapy
2. Qi gong
3. Biofeedback
4. Reiki

Question 7 During an assessment, a patient tells the nurse, "An onion a day keeps everyone away." How does this philosophy protect health?

1. An onion protects the person from coming in contact with those who might be ill.
2. This philosophy affirms the belief in the power of onions to prevent disease.
3. This philosophy recognizes the special antibiotic properties contained within onions.
4. This philosophy advertises that onions have special healing abilities.

Question 8 Which action does the nurse recognize as essential for maintaining health?

1. Having a strong familial and social support system
2. Practicing moderation in all activities
3. Ensuring proper balance in all aspects of life
4. Taking a daily multivitamin

Question 9 During a health history, a patient tells the nurse about following traditional epidemiological practices. What is the purpose of these practices?

1. Preserve a heritage
2. Used as a part of the patient's religion.
3. Cure an illness
4. Uses folk medicine herbal remedies

Question 10 Which activities does the nurse recognize as being used by a patient to restore health?

Select all that apply.

1. Drinking herbal tea
2. Using massage
3. Prayer
4. Meditation
5. Purging

Question 11 A patient tells the nurse that an illness was caused by the evil eye. What are common beliefs about this cause of illness?

Select all that apply.

1. Power comes from the eye and strikes a victim.
2. The onset of illness is sudden.
3. The person who cast the evil eye may not be aware of the power.
4. The illness may be cured with rituals.
5. The illness will become chronic.

Question 12 Which statement would the nurse utilize to define HEALTH?

1. The balance of a person within the outside world
2. A continuous struggle between balance and imbalance
3. Recovering from an illness
4. Physical wholeness for activity

Question 13 While assessing a patient from the Jewish culture, the nurse learns that the patient believes that an illness is being caused by another soul. What is this health belief considered?

1. Aberglobin

2. Kayn aynhoreh

3. Szatan

4. Dybbuk

Question 14 While working with community members of different cultures, the nurse learns a variety of beliefs about the evil eye. What are the consistent variables of this cause of illness?

Select all that apply.

1. How it is cast
2. Who can cast it
3. Who receives it
4. Degree of power it has
5. What body part is afflicted

Question 15 The nurse is trying to determine if a treatment that a patient has been taking for an illness is considered a homeopathic remedy. Which are criteria of homeopathy?

Select all that apply.

1. The person, and not the disease, is being treated.
2. Does not conform to scientific standards
3. A substance used would cause symptoms in a healthy person.
4. Spinal manipulation realigns mental impulses.

Question 16 The nurse notes that a patient's religion is identified as being Christian Science. How will this religious belief impact the health care that the patient will want?

1. The patient will choose the method of health care that is the most effective. 
2. The patient will use similar treatments for healing disease.
3. The patient uses aromas for healing.
4. The patient will ask for spinal manipulation.

Question 17 The nurse notes that a patient's religion is identified as being Christian Science. How will this religious belief impact the health care that the patient will want?

1. The patient will choose the method of health care that is the most effective. 
2. The patient will use similar treatments for healing disease.
3. The patient uses aromas for healing.
4. The patient will ask for spinal manipulation.

Question 18 In some cultures, spitting is a health protection activity done after giving someone else a compliment. What is the purpose of this action?

1. Prevents the recipient of the compliment from receiving an evil spell
2. Avoids direct speech afterwards with the person who receives the compliment
3. Prevents the recipient of the compliment from being too flattered
4. Makes the air better to take in the compliment

Question 19 Which patient statement reflects a spiritual belief that defines illness?

1. "I am being punished for breaking a religious code." 
2. "It is a necessary part of my religious culture."
3. "I failed to wear special amulets to ward it off."
4. "I am sick because I violated dietary practices."

Question 20 The nurse learns that a patient used to follow homeopathic medicine but now only uses allopathic medicine approaches. What is the significance of allopathic medicine?

1. Espouses empiric methods for treating disease
2. Accepts other forms of therapy as valid for treating disease
3. Is practiced only where it is accepted
4. Encompasses different treatment modalities within its framework

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    Question 1 While caring for a patient from the Chinese culture, the nurse learns that the patient has a specific practice that follows yin and yang. What impact will this have on the patient's dietary intake? 1. The patient will eat only specified combinations of food. 2. Some foods are only eaten at different times of the year. 3. T

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