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Correct Answers for: Safety Education Course - Module 1 - Physiology
Question #1: Which of the following is not an indication of jaundice?
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Your Answer:  
  • Strong reflexes
All Possible Answers:
  • Yellow tint in the skin
  • Lazy breastfeeding behaviours
  • Strong reflexes
  • Yellow in the whites of baby's eyes
  • Extremely sleepy demeanour
Question #2: When supporting a newborn's head what areas should be avoided?
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Your Answer:  
  • Fontanelle and temples
All Possible Answers:
  • Hard bony structures
  • Back of the neck
  • Fontanelle and temples
  • None of the options
Question #3: In what positions would you be worried about the possibility of positional asphyxiation?
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Your Answer:  
  • All of the options
All Possible Answers:
  • Baby positioned upright
  • All of the options
  • Baby lying on its back
  • Baby posed on the beanbag
Question #4: If a circumcised baby arrives with jelly and gauze surrounding the incision site, should you remove it for their photos?
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Your Answer:  
  • No, the gauze may adhere to the healing site and removal can pull away a formed scab.
All Possible Answers:
  • No, the gauze may adhere to the healing site and removal can pull away a formed scab.
  • Yes, it is safe to remove the gauze so long as you are putting baby on a clean surface.
Question #5: Pressure to the area days after circumcision can cause pain for the baby.
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Your Answer:  True
Question #6: If you notice bleeding from a circumcision site, what should be done?
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Your Answer:  
  • Return baby to mom so that direct, gentle pressure can by applied for 5 to 10 minutes.
All Possible Answers:
  • Return baby to mom so that direct, gentle pressure can by applied for 5 to 10 minutes.
  • Nothing, some bleeding is normal.
  • Return baby to mom so that she can clean her baby.
Question #7: How often should you break for baby to feed during your newborn session?
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Your Answer:  
  • At least once every 3 hours
All Possible Answers:
  • When baby shows signs of hunger.
  • At least once every 3 hours
  • As many times as possible.
  • If baby wakes up and needs a feed.
Question #8: Which of the following are not normal for the newborn umbilicus and should cause concern in your session?
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Your Answer:  
  • None of the options
All Possible Answers:
  • Oozing
  • Umbilical cord clamp
  • None of the options
  • Slight bleeding
  • Ulceration
Question #9: Should you attempt to remove the umbilical cord clamp at your session?
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Your Answer:  
  • No, it is not recommended under any circumstance to remove the umbilical cord clamp at your session.
All Possible Answers:
  • No, it is not recommended under any circumstance to remove the umbilical cord clamp at your session.
  • Yes, if you are a registered nurse practitioner or health care provider.
  • Yes, the clamp can be very uncomfortable for baby in positions like the taco pose and can become stuck on textured blankets or catch on outfits.
Question #10: What should be your first reaction when observing the rooting reflex for the first time in a session?
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Your Answer:  
  • Suggest baby return to mom for a feed.
All Possible Answers:
  • Ask parents to introduce a soother .
  • Swaddle the hands away from the face.
  • Suggest baby return to mom for a feed.
  • Nothing. Continue working as usual.
Question #11: Which reflexes can lead to injury during a newborn session?
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Your Answer:  
  • Gallant and moro
All Possible Answers:
  • Moro and palmar grasp
  • Palmar grasp and rooting
  • Gallant and moro
  • Rooting and gallant
Question #12: What are the indications that baby is overheating?
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Your Answer:  
  • All of the options
All Possible Answers:
  • Mottled skin
  • Irritability
  • Sweaty neckline
  • Redness in the face
  • All of the options
Question #13: Overheating and Dehydration are a concern when working in a heated environment with babies.
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Your Answer:  True
Question #14: A dent in baby’s fontanelle is an indication baby may be dehydrated.
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Your Answer:  True
Question #15: Newborns are capable of temperature regulation to the same degree as adults.
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Your Answer:  False
Question #16: Newborns are capable of supporting the weight of their own head under certain circumstances.
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Your Answer:  
  • False: newborns should never be left to support the weight of their head as postural muscles have not developed enough to safely support the spinal column and prevent positional asphyxiation.
All Possible Answers:
  • True: with proper wrapping techniques the newborn can safely support the weight of their head.
  • False: newborns should never be left to support the weight of their head as postural muscles have not developed enough to safely support the spinal column and prevent positional asphyxiation.
Question #17: Tightly wrapping a baby in one or more layers of cloth can cause chest compression and deoxygenation.
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Your Answer:  True
Question #18: Which of the following should be considered a dangerous condition for newborns?
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Your Answer:  
  • central cyanosis
All Possible Answers:
  • acrocyanosis
  • central cyanosis