NURS 6551 Week 11 Quiz: Primary Care of Women: Walden University
1. Fever associated with pyelonephritis will usually resolve within how many hours of treatment with antibiotics?
a. 24 hours
b. 12 hours
c. 72 hours
d. 80 hours
2. What is the recommended interval target between urinations?
a. 30-45 minutes
b. 3-4 hours
c. 1-2 hours
d. 4-5 hours
3. Uncomplicated acute bacterial cystitis occurs in women who:
a. Are pregnant
b. Have no signs of upper tract infection
c. Have a high fever
d. Have had recent antibiotics
4. The primary endocrine disorders affecting women are diabetes mellitus and:
a. Psoriatic arthritis
b. Thyroid conditions
5. The urethra typically holds back how much fluid in the bladder several times a day?
a. 100-200 ml
b. 500-600 ml
c. 300-400 ml
d. 700-800 ml
6. In order to maintain continence bladder pressure must be
a. Higher than urethral pressure
b. Equal to the pressure of the urethral sphincter
c. Higher than the pressure of the levator ani
d. Lower than urethral pressure
7. What do current theories suggest as to how cranberry products can reduce UTIs?
a. The hippuric acid in cranberries inhibits growth of E. coli bacteria
b. The fructose keeps E. coli bacteria from adhering to bladder cell walls
c. Ingestion of cranberry produces changes in flora of the vagina
d. The quinic acid in cranberries thins out the lining of the uterus.
8. What does rosacea describe?
a. Adult acne
b. Nail fungus
c. Swelling of the joints
9. What is the most common type of UTI that affects women?
a. Acute bacterial cystitis
c. Asymptomatic bacteriuria
10. What is the recommended about of Kegel contractions per day for women whose pelvic muscles are weak?
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