Respiratory Quizzes & Trivia
Do you know what COPD stands for? Which respiratory disease causes the airway to become narrow? Check out our online respiratory quizzes to see how much you know and learn more as you play.
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The following questions you are going to encounter are about the Care of Clients with Respiratory disorders. This will test your nursing skills in handling and dealing with patients with respiratory disorders.Ready yourself for a...
Questions: 20 | Attempts: 6256 | Last updated: Jan 9, 2017
Sample QuestionA 40-year old male returned ti his room an hour ago following bronchoscopy. He is requesting for a glass of water. The nurse must first:
This quiz will test your knowledge of respiratory assessment.
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 5941 | Last updated: Jan 9, 2017
Sample QuestionA nurse is assessing a client whi is experiencing shortness of breath. The client exhibits nasal flaring, use of accesory muscles, a respiratory rate of 36 breaths per minute, and an oxygen saturation of 89% on 2 Liters of oxygen via nasal cannula. After listening to the client's breath sounds, which of these interventions is appropriate based on the assessment data?
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Questions: 51 | Attempts: 8664 | Last updated: Aug 24, 2020
Sample QuestionA child experiencing an acute asthma attack presents to the emergency department. Which of the following medications should a nurse prepare to administer to the childe as an intervention for an acute asthma attack?
Are you feeling fatigued and coughing all the time? This could be a symptom of bronchitis. If you keep thinking, do I have bronchitis, take this quiz. Bronchitis is a health issue that mainly involves prolonged coughing with...
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 381 | Last updated: Jan 5, 2022
Sample QuestionHow long does your cough last?
Respiratory disease is a medical term that describes pathological conditions affecting the organs and tissues that make gas exchange possible in higher organisms. Take this quiz to advance your knowledge and find out more about...
Questions: 15 | Attempts: 4343 | Last updated: Nov 13, 2017
Sample QuestionWhat is the name of the tiny ballon-like sacs?
Welcome to the Respiratory Therapist Competency Exams Prep Test. Respiratory therapists are responsible for examining and treating patients with cardiopulmonary or breathing disorders. Are you preparing for the final exam?...
Questions: 20 | Attempts: 42 | Last updated: Mar 5, 2021
Sample QuestionA patient receiving mechanical ventilation has increased peak inspiratory pressures, coarse rhonchi, and a fever. What should the respiratory therapist recommend?
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Sample QuestionTrue regarding the treatment of acute rhinosinusitis
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Questions: 30 | Attempts: 1434 | Last updated: Jun 12, 2018
Sample QuestionThis part of the brain regulates respiratory rate
Respiratory disorder is a term that encompasses a variety of pathogenic conditions that affect respiration in living organisms. If you are a student and want to know more then take this quiz. All the very best.
Questions: 97 | Attempts: 277 | Last updated: Nov 13, 2017
Sample QuestionA competent client requiring long-term mechanical ventilation privately tells a nurse that he wants the ventilator withdrawn. Which response by the nurse is best?
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Sample Question\ H2 ჰისტამინური რეცეპტორების რომელი ანტაგონისტისთვის არის დამახასიათებელი გვერდითი მოვლენების სახით გინეკომასტია მამაკაცებში და გალაქტორეა ქალებში?
The Pulmonary Edema is both a heart and breathing condition. It is caused by pneumonia and the consequences include chest pains and as a result respiratory distress. Find out more below and all the best.
Questions: 6 | Attempts: 193 | Last updated: Feb 2, 2018
Sample QuestionWhat are some of the signs and symptoms of pulmonary edema/CHF?
Anatomy & Physiology Unit 7 - Cardiovascular & Respiratory Systems 7.7 - I CAN diagnose, explain and treat heart attacks, strokes, and asthma.
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 146 | Last updated: May 12, 2013
Sample QuestionWhich is NOT a symptom of a heart attack?
Questions: 17 | Attempts: 660 | Last updated: Dec 6, 2012
Sample QuestionB. pertussis is a strictly human pathogen.
Questions: 20 | Attempts: 2872 | Last updated: Dec 6, 2012
Sample QuestionWhat is the most common invader of the nasopharynx?
Chapter one review questions, both entry level and written exam
Questions: 54 | Attempts: 320 | Last updated: Feb 22, 2013
Sample QuestionYou have finished charting on your patient when you notice that an error was made. You should do which of the following?
Read each question carefully and consider all possible answer. Then select the most appropriate and best answer.
Questions: 30 | Attempts: 2928 | Last updated: Feb 22, 2013
Sample QuestionThe exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide within the cells is called
What do you know about viral respiratory infection? Virus entering the human body usually comes from contact through the mouth or nose. It is an infection that is caused by either a virus or bacteria. Some common symptoms...
Questions: 15 | Attempts: 388 | Last updated: Jan 5, 2021
Sample QuestionA 10-month-old boy is brought to an outpatient clinic by his mother. The child has been sneezing, has a cough, and his nose is constantly running. There is no evidence of fever, pharyngeal inflammation or lower respiratory tract involvement. It is late February and the regional health authorities have requested that physicians provide them with nasopharyngeal samples for an epidemiological study. A nasopharyngeal aspirate is collected and sent to the regional health authorities. The virology lab establishes that this sample contained an enveloped, segmented, negative-polarity, single-stranded RNA virus, approximately 100 nm in diameter. What is the most likely etiology for this infant’s illness?
What do you know about respiratory protection? There are a lot of microscopic objects or substances that if ingested either in large or small quantities have an effect on the respiratory system. Most chemical industries...
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 767 | Last updated: Aug 31, 2020
Sample QuestionYou take the history from a 71 year old gentleman who is complaining of breathlessness on exertion. He reports getting very breathless when walking to the corner shop (a distance of around 100 yards), such that he has to stop and 'catch his breath' at least twice en route. He says this has been gradually getting worse over the last 12 months. He has not reported any chest pain at any stage, but does report a chronic cough which is productive of whitish sputum. He states that he thinks he has lost a bit of weight and his appetite 'has never been good.' He has no past medical history of note and takes no regular medication. He has no significant family history and lives alone. He smokes 20 cigarettes per day and has done for over 50 years. He doesn't drink alcohol. He is retired and used to work as a miner. What is the most likely underlying diagnosis
This quiz is all about the respiratory known as pulmonary edema – which is defined as a fluid accumulation in the tissue and air spaces of the lungs. What do you know about the causes and effects of this disorder?
Questions: 7 | Attempts: 908 | Last updated: Nov 9, 2017
Sample QuestionClimbers and people who live in or travel to high altitude locations run the risk of developing this type of pulmonary edema:
Acute respiratory failure when it occurs can be either hypoxemic or hypersonic. As we just covered acute respiratory failure in class today there will be a text in some time. The quiz below is designed to check what we have...
Questions: 17 | Attempts: 1153 | Last updated: Jul 16, 2018
Sample QuestionAcute Respiratory Failure can be defined as _____________________________.
Material for test 3 in my class. Covers 891-894 (hyperbaric treatment), Ch. 35, and Ch. 36 of Egan's Fundamentals of Respiratory Care (9th ed.)
Questions: 23 | Attempts: 422 | Last updated: Jan 21, 2013
Sample Question1. LouAnn-Sue-Lyn has been brought to the ER because when her friend Anita Ride came over to see if she could borrow Louann’s car, she found her friend with her bad foot (it had become badly ulcerated over the last few months) up on the table and it was looking really bad and stinking. The physician ordered HBO therapy, and after figuring out that it would not entail watching television Louann began treatments. Which of the following below could apply to Louann’s wound and ensuing therapy.A. HBO would not be good because of vasoconstrictionB. HBO would lead to neovascularization.C. HBO would lead to hyperoxygenation of blood and tissueD. HBO would help enhance immune function
Respiratory study guide. Medical-Surgical Nursing
Questions: 22 | Attempts: 221 | Last updated: Dec 12, 2018
Sample QuestionVaccination against pneumococcal infection is not necessary for the following group of people:
Are you familiar with infections of the respiratory system? There are so many examples of different infections that can harm our bodies. Diphtheria is difficulty breathing, throat infection, fever, thick cough, and pertussis...
Questions: 12 | Attempts: 129 | Last updated: Jan 5, 2021
Sample QuestionWhich Virus grows easily in cell cultures?