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5 Matching questions

  1. cataracts
  2. medications ordered for ICP
  3. presbyopia
  4. miotics
  5. when ICP increases
  1. a loss of accommodation associated with age
  2. b steroids (inflammatory effect), diuretics (osmotic such as Mannitol), anticonvulsant (Dilantin or Barbituate) due to risk of seizures
  3. c the lens is the affected part, lens becomes cloudy which doesn't allow light to pass through which eventually leads to blindness
  4. d constrict the eye
  5. e pulse, and respiration decrease, pulse pressure widens, projectile vomiting, and lethargy, LOC will decrease

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. awake, alert, oriented, interacts with environment
  2. 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
  3. ensure patent airway, HOB elevated 20-30 degrees (low fowlers), check VS for change in respiration, widening pulse pressure,
  4. more severe form, the majority of patients with eyes affected become functionally blind; has a more rapid onset and is noted by the development of abnormal blood vessels in or near the macula.
  5. occurs in the outer and middle ear and impairs the sound being conducted from the outer to the inner ear, can be caused by impacted cerumen, foreign bodies, middle ear disease, otosclerosis (fixation of the footplate of the stapes in the oval window) and stenosis of the external auditory canal

5 True/False questions

  1. carbonic anhydrase inhibitors (Diamox)protect from injury, do not restrain, maintain airway, observe and record seizure, postictal phase (they sleep)

          

  2. CN XIIhypoglossal (motor) tongue movement "tongue has the last word)

          

  3. obtundedsleeps and once aroused, has limited interaction with environment

          

  4. disorientedlacks ability to recognize place or person

          

  5. complications of arteriogramsbleeding from a puncture site (monitor and apply pressure) and clot formation (assess pulses circulation distal to puncture site)