Respiratory Quizzes & Trivia

Breathe in, breath can do this! Whether you're an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) or a school teacher, or a construction worker, you know all about how to breathe, right? Well now is the time to prove that it's not all just hot air coming out of your mouth. Answer questions about the lungs, hemoglobin, nose and mouth!

What's asthma? Can you explain it? Well then why not answer questions about it? Anaphylactic shock? Please...that's easy stuff! You "nose" these answers, of course you do! Put pedal to the medal and prove it! Don't strain yourself or rush through the answers...take it at a nice steady pace and you won't end up out of breath or gasping for air!
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This is a quiz on Respiratory Material in the Complex Family Nursing Course at Ivy Tech.�

Questions: 51  |  Attempts: 6344   |  Last updated: Aug 24, 2020
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    A 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?

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: 4027   |  Last updated: Jan 9, 2017
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    A 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:

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: 3401   |  Last updated: Nov 13, 2017
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    What is the name of the tiny ballon-like sacs?

This quiz will test your knowledge of respiratory assessment.

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 4573   |  Last updated: Jan 9, 2017
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    A 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?

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: 818   |  Last updated: Jul 16, 2018
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    Acute Respiratory Failure can be defined as _____________________________.

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Respiratory Questions & Answers

What is an assessment that requires immediate intervention if an 8-year old child with asthma is being assessed by the nurse?
When a nurse is assessing an 8-year old child with asthma, an immediate intervention should be provided if she senses what is known as Audible Wheezing. Audible wheezing is a coarse rattle medical expert is trained to hear in patients with certain co
Where is the respiratory tract?
1. give the nebulizer treatment herself.-rationale: the clients needs are preeminent, so the nurse should administer the nebulizer treatment immediately. the nurse can deal with the respiratory therapists lack of response after the clients condition
What should the nurse plan to do if the chest drainage system is accidentally disconnected?
1. place the end of the chest tube in a container of sterile saline.-rationale: if a chest drainage system is disconnected, the nurse may place the end of the chest tube in a container of sterile saline or water to prevent air from entering the chest
What is the purpose of defibrillation?
Defibrillation is a method used when a person undergoing a cardiac arrest experiences Ventricular Fibrillation. It involves giving a minor electric shock to the patient by placing two pads, one above the right nipple and the other below the heart on
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