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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. astigmatism
  2. otitis media with effusion
  3. acute glaucoma
  4. nursing intervention for seizures
  5. CN IX
  1. a the 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
  2. b protect from injury, do not restrain, maintain airway, observe and record seizure, postictal phase (they sleep)
  3. c glossopharyngeal (sensory and motor) (tongue, pharynx, swallowing)
  4. d inflammation of the middle ear in which a collection of fluid is present in the middle ear space; fluid may be thin, mucoid, or purulent
  5. e irregular corneal curvature

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. has high frequency hearing loss, so speak clearly and distinctly, don't yell at them, and clean the hearing aid with soft cloth or soap and water
  2. avoid lifting, straining, coughing, excessive fluids, administer daily eye drops, and be mindful of safety
  3. an infection or inflammation of the conjunctiva and can result from exposure to allergens or chemical irritant (careful hand washing and using individual or disposable towels helps prevent spreading the condition)
  4. will have poor depth perception
  5. an inflammation or infection of the cornea that can be caused by a variety of microorganisms or by other factors; may involve the conjunctiva and/or the cornea

5 True/False questions

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


  2. correct way to walk a blind patientplace a patch on both eyes; bedrest, affected eye receives cycloplegics and mydriatics


  3. post LPpatient placed flat for 6 to 8 h to prevent spinal headache; color should be clear, should not have RBC, but should be positive for glucose (may notice halo on gauze)


  4. detached retinaclient needs to be supine with head turned to the affected side, placed on the conjunctival sac, place pressure on the inner canthus (keeps med from going out into the systemic circulation)


  5. types of seizuresgrand mal, petit mal (absence), myoclonic, febrile, partial seizure, status epilepticus (medical emergency)


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