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johnnybagggs johnnybagggs
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A baby identified as small-for-gestational-age (SGA) would be:
 
  a. born before 37 weeks.
  b. born before 39 weeks and under 3.3 pounds.
  c. born close to the due date but under 5.5 pounds.
  d. born weighing less than 3.3 pounds (1500 g).

Ques. 2

A mother experiencing post-partum depression will most likely:
 
  a. cry often and feel disinterested in caring for the child or herself.
  b. experience delusions that make her a danger to her child.
  c. feel sad and exhausted for a few days after the child's birth.
  d. require hospitalization for at least a few days.

Ques. 3

Generally, a total score of 7 or more on the APGAR indicates that the newborn:
 
  a. has 7 or more medical problems.
  b. is doing well.
  c. may need some type of additional care.
  d. requires immediate medical attention.

Ques. 4

The Newborn Behavioral Observations system is designed to:
 
  a. assess the parent-child attachment in the first few hours after birth.
  b. help identify the aspects of an infant's behavior that make him or her unique.
  c. identify infant behaviors that may reflect a developmental delay.
  d. test the infant's survival reflexes and other early motor behaviors.

Ques. 5

A newborn with an Apgar score between 5 and 7 usually needs immediate care.
 
  Indicate whether this statement is true or false.

Ques. 6

Positive mother-father relationships have been shown to influence the:
 
  a. extent of the father's engagement with his newborn.
  b. extent of the mother's engagement with her newborn.
  c. father's felt need to provide for his family.
  d. success of the marriage.

Ques. 7

Newborn infants are usually tested for PKU, which is:
 
  a. a chromosomal anomaly that can lead to delayed development or death.
  b. a metabolic error that leads to an excess of a particular enzyme.
  c. a mismatch between the mother's and the infant's blood type.
  d. a toxin that can be carried through the placenta from the mother to the fetus.

Ques. 8

Upon the birth of a sibling it is not unusual for young children to:
 
  a. become more coordinated and mobile.
  b. engage in more grown up behavior.
  c. revert to earlier immature behaviors.
  d. seek out new friendships.

Ques. 9

A physician who specializes in care for the newborn is called a(n):
 
  a. audiologist.
  b. gerontologist.
  c. neonatologist.
  d. phlebotomist.

Ques. 10

The test that most comprehensively assesses a newborn's behaviors and reflexes is the:
 
  a. Apgar test.
  b. NBAS test.
  c. NBO test.
  d. Moro reflex test

Ques. 11

The baby's head emerges from the mother's body during:
 
  a. the first stage of labor.
  b. the second stage of labor.
  c. the third stage of labor.
  d. the transition from the last stage of labor to the post-natal period.

Ques. 12

The Apgar scale measures:
 
  a. a newborn's ability to cope and adjust.
  b. heartbeat.
  c. muscle strength.
  d. the ability of mother and infant to bond.
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Fleur-de-lis
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A year ago
Answer to #1

C

Answer to #2

A

Answer to #3

B

Answer to #4

B

Answer to #5

TRUE

Answer to #6

A

Answer to #7

B

Answer to #8

C

Answer to #9

C

Answer to #10

B

Answer to #11

B

Answer to #12

A
wrote...
A year ago
Now I'm convinced to ask more questions Slight Smile
Fleur-de-lis
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A year ago
Yes, please do so. I'll do my best to answer them if I can
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