Medical surgical day-2 29-04-2014 Online Test

1. An indentation that is 2mm deep and does not last long is an example of which of the following?

2. Which of the following statements about older adulthood (age 66 and older) is least accurate?

3. Which of the following would be included in the nursing care plan?

4. What is indicated by increased oligoclonal bands in the CSF?

5. This surgery is performed to remove one's tonsils. What is it?

6. Fluid intake can be monitored by noting what?

7. Which of the following statements describes a thrombus?

8. Which of the following statements describes a hematoma?

When caring for the client with benign prostatic hypertrophy, the RN understands that all of the following are nursing interventions except for:

10. The nurse knows the most common cause of Addison Disease is

11. A client with Guillain-Barre syndrome has been admitted to the nursing unit. You note that the client has an ascending paralysis to the level of the waist. The RN has knowledge of the complications of this disorder, so which of the following items do you bring into the client's room?

12. In order to improve faulty illumination in an acuity projector, you should:

13. Argyll Robertson pupils are associated with which of the following?

14. The keratometer is most valuable when detecting all but which of the following?

15. You are preparing instruments for surgery. Which of the following is correct?

16. Which is most similar to the composition of the aqueous humor?

17. The nurse administers an enema to an adult client. The appropriate depth for inserting an enema into an average size adult is what?

18. Elderly clients who fall are most at risk for which injuries?

19. A modification which can be made to the confrontation test is:

20. Which of the following would have no effect on pupil size?

21. The nurse knows that a pale cervix is indicative of

22. A nurse is caring for a client who had a closed reduction of a fractured right wrist followed by the application of a fiberglass cast 12 hours ago. Which finding requires the nurse’s immediate attention?

23. At a senior citizens meeting a nurse talks with a client who has diabetes mellitus Type 1. Which statement by the client during the conversation is most predictive of a potential for impaired skin integrity?

24. Which of the following is an advantage of nondirective interviewing techniques when conducting a health assessment?

25. The burned client newly arrived from an accident scene is prescribed to receive 4 mg of morphine ulfate by IV push. What is the most important reason to administer the opioid analgesic to this client by the intravenous route?

26. The preparation of a patient for "anticipated developmental or situational crisis" is known as _____.

27. The Adult Nurse Practitioner has examined a patient who has suffered a bite wound on the chest region from her boy friend during an assault. There were numerous lacerations to the patient's forearms, as well. The clinician sutured the lacerations even though this was contraindicated due to the highly infectious nature of human bite wounds. The patient did not suffer ill effects or complications from this. How can this be described?

28. The client, who is 2 weeks post burn with a 40% deep partial-thickness injury, still has open wounds. On taking the morning vital signs, the client is found to have a below-normal temperature, is potensive, and has diarrhea. What is the nurse’s best action?

29. For a client who is taking aspirin, which laboratory value should be reported to the physician?

30. If you have a patient that is admitted with supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) that is not symptomatic, what would be one of the first treatments that the ER physician might try in order to stop the SVT?


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