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5 Matching Questions

  1. True. An infant who has a fracture may be a victim of child abuse.
  2. in both wrists
  3. airborne spread of or direct contact with respiratory secretions
  4. False. Rest usually can relieve angina pain in 3-15 min
  5. to learn to function at the clients highest level
  1. a An infant who has a fracture may be a victim of child abuse.
  2. b a client with rheumatoid arthritis tells you she has wrist pain, you would be correct to expect the pain to be:
  3. c A goal of rehabilitation with a spinal cord injury is:
  4. d Childhood communicable diseases are most commonly transmitted by;
  5. e Activity will usually relieve angina pain in 3 to 15 minutes.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. A common term for a myocardial infarction is heart attack.
  2. Arthroplasty is done to cure arthritis
  3. When a client has chronic renal failure, only the renal system is affected.
  4. Tuberculosis is spread by contact with infectious materials.
  5. You cannot contract tuberculosis through contact with a client who has the disease.

5 True/False Questions

  1. True. Phantom limb pains occur when a client has had an amputation.Phantom limb pains occur when a client has had an amputation.

          

  2. True. When heat is applied to the skin, blood vessels in the area dilate.Before applying an ice bag, place it in a cover

          

  3. 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.

          

  4. True. Before applying an ice bag, place it in a coverWhen caring for a client who had a hip replacement 5 weeks ago, which of these activities would not be allowed?

          

  5. 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/

          

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