Chest Quizzes & Trivia
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Sample QuestionThe anatomical structure located in the center of the thoracic cavity is the:
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Sample QuestionYou examine a 38-year-old woman who has presented for an initial examination and Pap test. She has no complaint. Her BP is 144/98 bilaterally and her body mass index is 31. The rest of her physical exam is unremarkable. Your next best action is to:
NP review questions
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Sample QuestionCompared with short-acting beta 2 agonists, long-acting beta 2 agonists:
Muscles of the head, neck and lower limb origin and insertion quiz.
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This quiz is being utilized as a pretest before the presentation of subject material on penetrating thoracic trauma.
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Sample QuestionMrs. Hart is 28 year old female, who was walking home from a pampered chef party, when she was struck by a car and pinned to a large tree. The emergency medical technicians at the scene reported a extrication time of 20 minutes. Mrs. Hart is 20 minutes into the "Golden Hour". What is the "Golden Hour"? Check all the apply.
Why is the water seal the most important element of the drainage system?1. It indicates patency of the tubing by tidaling with inspiration and expiration2. It allows air to enter the...
Water seal drainage system is a closed chest drainage system used to allow air and fluid to escape from the pleural space with each exhalation. Drainage systems are placed to remove the excess water in building development. There are also drainage s
Thrombolytic therapy is indicated in patients with chest pain and ECG changes such as:
C.3 - mm ST segment elevation in leads V1 to V4
Compared with short-acting beta 2 agonists, long-acting beta 2 agonists:
Should be added to therapy only when ICS use does not provide adequate asthma control.
What can this patient be said to have? A patient with an opening in the chest wall, such as from a gunshot, stab wound or impalement, resulting in "sucking chest wound".More
An open pneumothorax
AR CLS lesson 4 on treating penetrating chest trauma and decompressing a tension pneumothorax.
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Sample QuestionA soldier has been stabbed in his chest. The blade entered the chest just above his right nipple, penetrated the chest wall, and was withdrawn. Which of the following is most likely to happen?
Sustainment training for 68W in the area of chest injuries.
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Sample QuestionAir is supplied to the lungs via the:
This is to test your overall knowledge on management of chest drain
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following is NOT an indication for chest drain insertion?
Are you smarter than a chest nut??? well lets see!!
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Sample QuestionNO CHEATING! what icecream company made ketchup flavored icecream????
A touch of destiny!
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Sample QuestionWhat did Elizabeth use to guide the sailors to Tortuga?
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following can be identitfied in this position?
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Sample QuestionWhich choice is NOT one of the 3 key signs of pneumoperitoneum?
Questions from our small group sessions to help study for Cardio/Resp
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Sample Question54 year old male presents to ER with a 3-day history of exertional, retrosternal chest pain, relieved with rest. He reports a progressively lower threshold for chest discomfort culminating in pain at rest. He has a history of hypertension but no history of prior cardiac disease. He is currently on a BP med (Avapro 75 mg OD). Lab results:Hb 135WBC 12Platelets 250potassium 4.5sodium 132Creatining 75Troponin <0.03 (normal <0.01), 0.38 12 hours laterCXR within normal limitsWhat physical exam finding would NOT support a diagnosis of ACS?
ARDS can occur when fluid builds up in the air sacs keeping your lungs from filling with enough air; therefore, oxygen reaches your bloodstream. Chest tubes drain the said liquids from around your lungs. A medical...
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Sample QuestionA nurse should interpret which of the following as an early sign of a tension pneumothorax in a client with chest trauma?
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following are part of the sternum? (check all that apply)
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Sample QuestionA 90 degree perspective from pa may demonstrate pahtology situated where to the heart ,great vessels,and sternum?
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Sample QuestionWhen IN RAO the arm that should be raised with palm placed on head should be