Question 1 An older patient recalls family members using garlic for medicine.

Question 1 An older patient recalls family members using garlic for medicine.

Question 1 An older patient recalls family members using garlic for medicine.

Question 1 An older patient recalls family members using garlic for medicine. What purpose does garlic serve as a health care practice?

Select all that apply.

1. Forces other people to stay away
2. Belief that garlic keeps the evil spirits away
3. Cures a sore throat
4. Helps indigestion

Question 2 A group of nurses is talking about different ethnocultural practices regarding health that are followed within each of the nurses’ families. What purpose will this discussion serve?

Select all that apply.

1. Reawaken the types of HEALTH practices within each nurse’s family
2. Make known the similarities and differences across ethnic and religious groups
3. Help to realize that all people practice a certain amount of traditional medicine
4. Understand that nurses often delay in seeking professional healthcare

Question 3 A patient of the Austrian-American Jewish tradition tells the nurse how to treat boils. What will this patient most likely explain to the nurse?

1. Apply a fried chopped onion compress to the area.

2. Press cold tea bags to the area.

3. Apply a flaxseed poultice to the area.

4. Place hot Epsom salts on the area.

 

 

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