Nur 101 - Test 3 - Chapter 5 - Physical Assessment, Part I, 50 Questions

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Foundations of Nursing by Christensen Kockrow, 6th edition, pages 93-120

  
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1.  The first step in initiating the nurse-patient relationship
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2.  Cardinal signs of infection and inflammation. Select all that apply:
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D.
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3.  Match the position for examination on the left to its rationale on the right
A. Sitting
A.
B. Supine
B.
C. Dorsal recumbent
C.
D. Lithotomy
D.
4.  In percussion, we feel certain sounds. Match the terminology on the left with the sound description on the right:
A. Tympany
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B. Dullness
B.
C. Flatness
C.
5.  Once you have completed the interview, the next step would be? 
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B.
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6.  In an inflammatory response, the damaged tissues release chemical substances that cause the capillary walls to become more permeable. What happens next?
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B.
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D.
7.  In most facilities, the gathering of biographical data is usually obtained by who or where?
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B.
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D.
8.  Physical Assessment Techniques. Select all that apply
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9.  What kind of exudate is the accumulation of neutrophils, dead cells, bacteria, and other debris from the infectious process
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10.  A protective response of body tissues to irritation, injury, or invasion by disease-producing organisms
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11.  For a nurse, what is the clinical correlation between erythema (redness) and pruritus (itching)?
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12.  Caused by an invasion of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites that produces tissue damage. 
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13.  Reasons for seeking health care
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14.  When a patient discusses that his stomach ache starts when the weather becomes becomes cold and when he laughs too much, what is he discussing?
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15.  In an inflammatory process, the movement of while blood cells and plasma causes an accumulation of fluids in the tissue. This is called?   
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D.
16.  Match the sign or symptom on the left with a definition on the right
A. Bradycardia
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B. Tachycardia
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C. Constipation
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D. Sallow
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E. Coughing
E.
17.  Match the position for examination on the left to its rationale on the right
A. Sims
A.
B. Prone
B.
C. Lateral recumbent
C.
D. Knee-chest
D.
18.  Match the terms used to describe diseases on the left with its description on the right
A. Chronic
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B. Remission
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C. Acute
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D. Organic
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E. Functional
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19.  Sources of data that validate findings from the history and physical examination of the patient
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20.  Fluids, cells or other substances that are slowly discharged from cells or blood vessels through small pores or breaks in the cell membrane, usually as a result of inflammation or injury.   
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21.  In an inflammatory process, white blood cells or ____________ digest microorganisms and cellular debris.  
22.  Smoking, overeating and sunbathing are examples of what kind of risk factor for disease?
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B.
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D.
23.  Initial step in the assessment process 
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D.
24.  The difference between signs and symptoms: 
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B.
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D.
25.  Match the sign or symptom on the left with a definition on the right
A. Vomit
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B. Tachypnea
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C. Scleral Icterus
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D. Asthenia
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E. Anorexia
E.
26.  Match the position for physical examination on the left with the area assessed on the right 
A. Sitting
A.
B. Supine
B.
C. Dorsal recumbent
C.
D. Lithotomy
D.
27.  During the nursing assessment, the information contained in the database will be used for what? 
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B.
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D.
28.  An evaluation or appraisal of a patient's condition
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29.  Match the sign or symptom on the left with a definition on the right
A. Pain
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B. Nausea
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C. Lethargy
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D. Jaundice
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E. Fetid
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30.  Early, late or terminal refers to what kind of disease?  
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B.
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D.
31.  Match the origin of the disease on the left with its description or example on the right
A. Degenerative
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B. Infectious
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C. Hereditary
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D. Congenital
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E. Inflammatory
E.
32.  Comprised ot gathering, verifying, and communicating of data about the patient, the purpose of which is to establish a baseline database about the patient's level of wellness, health practices, past illnesses, related experiences and health care goals.  
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D.
33.  Match the sign or symptom on the left with a definition on the right
A. Dyspnea
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B. Ecchymosis
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C. Edema
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D. Orthopnea
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E. Pallor
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34.  Select everything that are considered SIGNS
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35.  Components of Biographic Data: Select all that apply
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36.  Passive or active removal of fluids from a body cavity, wound or other source of discharge. 
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37.  What are the four major categories of risk factors
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38.  _________  ___________ (two words) seep from the earth into the basement which increases risks for cancer development
39.  Match the origin of the disease on the left with its description or example on the right  
A. Deficiency
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B. Metabolic
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C. Neoplastic
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D. Traumatic
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E. Environmental
E.
40.  O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V are mnemonics of what?
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D.
41.  When doing a thorough nursing health history, what other interventions should be considered?  
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D.
42.  After initiating the nurse-patient relationship, what are the next steps to initiate and establish a nurse-patient relationship. Select all that apply:
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D.
43.  Match the sign or symptom on the left with a definition on the right
A. Cyanosis
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B. Purulent drainage (Pus)
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C. Diaphoresis
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D. Pruritus
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E. Diarrhea
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44.  Match the position for physical examination on the left with the area assessed on the right
A. Sims
A.
B. Prone
B.
C. Lateral recumbent
C.
D. Knee-chest
D.
45.  What does the data collected during the nursing assessment include? Select all that apply 
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B.
C.
D.
E.
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