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5 Matching questions

  1. sensorineural hearing loss
  2. correct way to walk a blind patient
  3. detached retina
  4. a patient with chronic glaucoma
  5. conjunctivitis
  1. a will receive miotic drugs(Pilocarpine) to constrict the pupils and make it easier to drain the canal of Schlemm which allows the aqueous humor to drain
  2. b walk slightly ahead of the client with the clients arm inside the nurse's arm (be a gentleman) !
  3. c 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. d retina is separated from blood supply of choroid layer; patient may see ok in 3/4 of vision, but in 1/4 patient says that they only see a black field; flashes of light, floating particles
  5. e caused by impairment of function of the inner ear or the vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII); can be caused by noise trauma during a long period of time, aging (prebycusis), Meniere's disease and ototoxicity; TB, syphilis, Lyme disease, Diabetes Mellitus, bacterial meningitis

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. physician inserts a needle and aspirates CSF for analysis; used to measure pressure in that area
  2. farsightedness
  3. may include allergic reactions such as anaphylaxis, may perform skin test to see if they are truly allergic (if they are give Erythromycin); always give on empty stomach, to decrease GI upset
  4. spinal accessory (motor) (sternomastoid and trapezius)
  5. facilitates outflow of aqueous humor

5 True/False questions

  1. myopiareduced vision in the affected eye

          

  2. when ICP increasespulse, and respiration decrease, pulse pressure widens, projectile vomiting, and lethargy, LOC will decrease

          

  3. nursing intervention for seizuresmake 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. conductive hearing losscaused by impairment of function of the inner ear or the vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII); can be caused by noise trauma during a long period of time, aging (prebycusis), Meniere's disease and ototoxicity; TB, syphilis, Lyme disease, Diabetes Mellitus, bacterial meningitis

          

  5. symptoms of cataractsblurred vision, decrease in visual acuity, photophobia

          

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