Patient Quizzes & Trivia
Questions: 144 | Attempts: 20 | Last updated: Jul 7, 2017
Sample QuestionWhich of the following is an appropriate introduction to a patient?
Questions: 51 | Attempts: 20 | Last updated: Sep 15, 2016
Sample QuestionMr. X has been a patient at Happy Valley Community Hospital for 5 days. During his stay in the hospital, he was taken to the diagnostic imaging department several times for diagnostic imaging procedures, He was cared for each time he went to that department by a radiographer who had a severe upper respiratory infection. Two days after he returned home from the hospital, he also developed a severe respiratory infection. It would be appropriate to say that Mr.X had developed:
This quiz is for nurses that work in the ICU and care for the ventilator patient.
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 20 | Last updated: Aug 3, 2014
Sample QuestionIdentify three symptoms of VAP:
This time...you may have ONLY 1 opportunity to take the quiz. First person to get a 100% wins!
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 20 | Last updated: Apr 3, 2013
Sample QuestionAll required fields on the patient page in STAR are also fields on the guarantor page except race.
This is an assessment that will gauge your knowledge of the patient level information needed for an admission.
Questions: 4 | Attempts: 19 | Last updated: Jan 11, 2013
Sample QuestionWhich one of these is NOT used as a patient identifier:
Questions: 39 | Attempts: 18 | Last updated: Feb 14, 2013
Sample Question1. The nurse is caring for a 35-year-old man diagnosed with a back strain. What would be important to discuss with this patient?
Questions: 40 | Attempts: 18 | Last updated: Mar 13, 2012
Sample Question1. The nurse is caring for a patient who has had a plaster leg cast applied. Immediately post-application, the nurse should inform the patient that:
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 14 | Last updated: Jul 31, 2015
Sample QuestionBecause the low-FODMAP diet involves the restriction of carbohydrates with osmotic qualities, the diet will not be of help to clients who experience constipation as their predominant IBS symptom.
How to schedule and process intake paperwork on a new patient.
Questions: 11 | Attempts: 14 | Last updated: Jan 7, 2013
Sample QuestionThe two items of information we always must get FIRSTwhen scheduling a new patient are:
Questions: 100 | Attempts: 12 | Last updated: Jul 1, 2017
Sample QuestionWhich individual is not authorized to see and treat patients?
Questions: 33 | Attempts: 11 | Last updated: Mar 24, 2016
Sample QuestionPrior to banding a patient what two items must you always verify?
Questions: 100 | Attempts: 10 | Last updated: Nov 13, 2016
Sample QuestionA patient who suffered a myocardial infarction is participating in an exercise test. The therapist notes ST-segment depression of 1.7 mm on the patient‘s current rhythm strip. What is the most appropriate course of action?
Chapters: 10, 44, and 11. Due January 28th 2017 online.
Questions: 42 | Attempts: 7 | Last updated: Feb 15, 2017
Sample QuestionA patient needs to switch analgesic drugs secondary to an adverse reaction to the current treatment regimen. The patient is concerned that the new prescription will not provide optimal pain control. The nurse’s response is based on knowledge that doses of analgesics are determined using an equianalgesic table with which drug prototype?
Advancements In Mechanical Ventilation And ABG Interpretation
Questions: 19 | Attempts: 6 | Last updated: Jul 20, 2017
Sample QuestionPressure Ventilation is the only mode of therapy provided in Mechanical Ventilation?
Questions: 100 | Attempts: 5 | Last updated: Jun 21, 2017
Sample QuestionInformation that should be obtained from each patient before treatment includes?
Post lesson quiz
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 5 | Last updated: Nov 5, 2014
Sample QuestionWho is Joint Commission?
These are SUPER high yield. make sure you know why each wrong choice is wrong
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Craven chapter 43 review
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From g drive
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Identify the different body positions and explain the purpose of regular, frequent repositioning.
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A chest infection is an infection of the lungs or airways. The main types of chest infection are bronchitis and pneumonia caused by viruses and bacteria. How knowledgeable are you when it comes to dealing with a patient with...
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HIT Review Quiz 2
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MyChart questionairre for 2013-2014 Ambulatory Skills Day
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A full list of anatomy and physiology questions can be found at www.ambulancecpd.co.uk
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Conference July 19th 2012
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In this quiz you will be answering questions for patient transfer safety.
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You must make a minimum score of 80% on the test to be successful. Thanks.
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It's Patient Access Week! Let's see who can breeze through this quiz with the most correct answers. Have a great week! Angel
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Quiz for Final Exam, Test 1 review
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A review of material for test 3. Contains spinal, epidural and combined technique. Not a whole lot from the last week's ppt as Vince really didn't cover it.
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Sorry, I missed a week when I made a quiz that I saved incorrectly...oops. Thanks for your patience. Complete this one by Friday, December 6 at noon to be entered into the Friday drawing.
Question: | Attempts: 90 | Last updated: May 7, 2019
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in everyday activities including medical care. The ADA covers both public and private hospitals, medical offices,...
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Dysarthria is a condition wherein the muscles used for speech are weakened and difficult to control. Dyspraxia is a chronic neurological condition that affects the planning of movements and co-ordination. What can you tell us...
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