5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- True. An infant who has a fracture may be a victim of child abuse.
- in both wrists
- airborne spread of or direct contact with respiratory secretions
- False. Rest usually can relieve angina pain in 3-15 min
- to learn to function at the clients highest level
- a An infant who has a fracture may be a victim of child abuse.
- b a client with rheumatoid arthritis tells you she has wrist pain, you would be correct to expect the pain to be:
- c A goal of rehabilitation with a spinal cord injury is:
- d Childhood communicable diseases are most commonly transmitted by;
- e Activity will usually relieve angina pain in 3 to 15 minutes.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A common term for a myocardial infarction is heart attack.
- Arthroplasty is done to cure arthritis
- When a client has chronic renal failure, only the renal system is affected.
- Tuberculosis is spread by contact with infectious materials.
- You cannot contract tuberculosis through contact with a client who has the disease.
5 True/False Questions
True. Phantom limb pains occur when a client has had an amputation. → Phantom limb pains occur when a client has had an amputation.
True. When heat is applied to the skin, blood vessels in the area dilate. → Before applying an ice bag, place it in a cover
False. A stroke occurs when brain cells get not oxygen and nutrients. → A stroke occurs when brain cells get too much oxygen and too many nutrients.
True. Before applying an ice bag, place it in a cover → When caring for a client who had a hip replacement 5 weeks ago, which of these activities would not be allowed?
False. Hot compresses and paks are not left in place for 30-35 min/ → Hot compresses and paks are left in place for 30-35 min/