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4 Matching questions

  1. Rickets
  2. Trendelenburg position
  3. Coxa plana (Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease)
  4. Osteochondritis (Osgood-Schlatter disease)
  1. a the body is laid flat on the back (supine position) with the feet higher than the head; causes the diaphragm to assume a higher position and can cause a patient to become short of breath
  2. b a painful incomplete separation of the tibial tuberosity from the tibial shaft. It is often seen in active adolescent boys
  3. c ischemic necrosis leading to flattening of the femoral head
  4. d deficiency of vitamin D and usually is found affecting the growing bones of young children. The body's weight on the soft bones of the legs results in bowed and misshapen legs

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a congenital disorder characterized by wasting of skeletal muscles
  2. respiratory condition in which the patient has difficulty breathing (dyspnea) in any position other than erect. The patient is usually comfortable in the erect, standing, or seated position
  3. any of a number of deformities of the foot, especially congenital clubfoot; talipes valgus, heel turned outward; talipes varus, heel turned inward; generally characterized by a deformed talus and a shortened Achilles tendon, giving the foot a clubfoot appearance
  4. may be minimized by placing a pillow under the patient's head and a support under the patient's knees. The pillow also relieves neck strain, reduces the chance of aspiration in the nauseated patient, and allows the patient to observe his or her surroundings
  5. left posterior oblique (LPO) position with the right leg flexed up for insertion of the enema tip; , pt. is on left side w/left leg slightly flexed and the right leg sharply flexed upward; allows for exam of the anus and rectum

5 True/False questions

  1. High blood pressure110 to 140 mmHg systolic and 60 to 80 mmHg diastolic

          

  2. Normal blood pressure110 to 140 mmHg systolic and 60 to 80 mmHg diastolic

          

  3. components of chest drainage systemOne component is a chamber that collects the draining fluid. Another component is the suction control chamber. A third component is the water seal chamber, which prevents air from the atmosphere from entering the system. The last component is the water seal venting chamber, which allows air to leave the system, thus preventing pressure buildup. In order for the unit to work properly, it must remain below the level of the chest

          

  4. Shockdeficiency of vitamin D and usually is found affecting the growing bones of young children. The body's weight on the soft bones of the legs results in bowed and misshapen legs

          

  5. Osteomalaciarespiratory condition in which the patient has difficulty breathing (dyspnea) in any position other than erect. The patient is usually comfortable in the erect, standing, or seated position