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5 Matching questions

  1. parasympathetic nervous system
  2. nursing intervention for a patient with IOP
  3. medications ordered for ICP
  4. types of seizures
  5. lethargic
  1. a steroids (inflammatory effect), diuretics (osmotic such as Mannitol), anticonvulsant (Dilantin or Barbituate) due to risk of seizures
  2. b grand mal, petit mal (absence), myoclonic, febrile, partial seizure, status epilepticus (medical emergency)
  3. c make sure they don't lay on the operative side and not with the head down, no coughing or vomiting and we don't want the patient to shave because of the pulling or pressure to the area
  4. d maintenance system (called the cholinergic system because the neurotransmitter is attributed to choline); "feed and breed", sounds like colon; slows peristalsis, slows HR, BP drops, pupils constrict
  5. e awakens easily but exhibits limited responsiveness

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. spinal accessory (motor) (sternomastoid and trapezius)
  2. physician inserts a needle and aspirates CSF for analysis; used to measure pressure in that area
  3. common chronic bilateral inflammation of the lid margins, the lids are red rimmed with many scales or crusts on the lid margins and lashes. Patient may complain of itching but may also experience burning, irritation and photophobia; conjunctivitis may occur simultaneously; caused by staph infection, gentle cleansing of the lid margins with baby shampoo can effectively soften and remove crusting
  4. sleeps and once aroused, has limited interaction with environment
  5. glossopharyngeal (sensory and motor) (tongue, pharynx, swallowing)

5 True/False questions

  1. CN IItrigeminal (sensory and motor) (face, eye surface, chewing)


  2. otitis media with effusioninflammation of the middle ear in which a collection of fluid is present in the middle ear space; fluid may be thin, mucoid, or purulent


  3. CN IVtrochlear (motor) (downward, inward eye movement)


  4. acute glaucomathe Canal of Schlemm is completely and totally blocked off; it is when the pupils dilate and will not constrict and cause a very rapid increase in IOP; patient gets headaches and nausea, vomiting and will need emergency surgery


  5. when ICP increaseswidely used class of antimicrobials; treat gram positive and gram negative organisms; treats gonococcus, meningococcus, pneumococcus, streptococcus, treponema


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