Cardiac Diseases Quiz Part I

23 Questions  I  By Tyraikaika
Cardiac Diseases Quiz PART I
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1.  What is the most common cause of mitral stenosis?
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2.  Dyspnea, fatigue, increased pulmonary artery pressure, and decreased cardiac output are indicitive of...
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3.  Atrial fibrillation is a common symptom that only occurs with...
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4.  A client with mitral stenosis is scheduled for mitral valve replacement. Which condition may arise as a complication of mitral stenosis?  
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5.  Out of the following, which should not be included in the physical assessments of clients with valvular dysfunction?
6.  One of the most common causes of valvular heart disease is...
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7.  A nurse notes that a client has a history of mitral regurgitation. The nurse should assess the client for
8.  A client is admitted to the health care facility for treatment of an abdominal aortic aneurysm. When planning this client's care, the nurse formulates interventions with which goal in mind?
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9.  The physician orders blood coagulation tests to evaluate a client's blood-clotting ability. The nurse knows that such tests are important in assessing clients at risk for thrombi, such as those with a history of atrial fibrillation, infective endocarditis, prosthetic heart valves, or myocardial infarction. Which test is used to determine a client's response to oral anticoagulant drugs?
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10.  The nurse administers basic cardiac life support to a client in cardiac arrest. Which action does the nurse perform?
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11.  Endocarditis primarily occurs in which group of patient?
12.  All are key manifestations of endocarditis EXCEPT?
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13.  What is the major treatment for patients with endocarditis?
14.  All are assessment findings of pericarditis EXCEPT?
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15.  Which of the following is not a symptom associated with cardiac tamponade?
16.  What is the best way to treat cardiac tamponade?
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17.  Which signs and symptoms are present with a diagnosis of pericarditis?
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18.  A client who suffered blunt chest trauma in a car accident complains of chest pain, which is exacerbated by deep inspiration. On auscultation, the nurse detects a pericardial friction rub — a classic sign of acute pericarditis. The physician confirms acute pericarditis and begins appropriate medical intervention. To relieve chest pain associated with pericarditis, the nurse should encourage the client to assume which position?
19.  The nurse is awaiting the arrival of a client from the emergency department. The client has a left ventricular myocardial infarction and is being admitted. In caring for this client, the nurse should be alert for which signs and symptoms of left-sided heart failure?
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20.  Which angina often occurs at rest?
21.  Which of the following is least likely to increase the risk for MI
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22.  Which nursing diagnosis is least likely to be used for MI patients?
23.  The nurse is caring for a client who is recovering from a myocardial infarction (MI). The cardiologist refers him to cardiac rehabilitation. Which statement by the client indicates an understanding of cardiac rehabilitation?
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