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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Central Venous pressure
  2. CN VIII
  3. CN VII
  4. when ICP increases
  5. CN III
  1. a facial (sensory and motor) (taste, facial movement
  2. b normal is 4 to 10 cm H20; abnormal is above 15
  3. c auditory (sensory) (hearing, balance, (most frequently asked)
  4. d oculomotor (motor) (pupil constriction, upper eyelid, extraocular movement)
  5. e pulse, and respiration decrease, pulse pressure widens, projectile vomiting, and lethargy, LOC will decrease

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. normal is 0 to 10 mm Hg; abnormal is above 15
  2. 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)
  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. loss of accommodation associated with age
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. most common cause of conductive hearing lossotitis media with effusion


  2. a patient with chronic glaucomapatient will have tunnel vision and halos, increased intraocular pressure of >22 mm, and dilated pupils


  3. Meinere's diseaseassess for iodine allergy because it works better with contrast or iodine (is an x-ray)


  4. keratitiscommon 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


  5. labyrinthitisinflammation of the inner ear and affects the cochlear and/or vestibular portion; infection can enter from the meninges, the middle ear, or the bloodstream


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