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5 Matching questions

  1. Central Venous pressure
  2. mydriatics
  3. pulmonary capillary wedge pressure
  4. CN VI
  5. parasympathetic nervous system
  1. a maintenance system (called the cholinergic system because the neurotransmitter is attributed to choline); "feed and breed", sounds like colon; slows peristalsis, slows HR, BP drops, pupils constrict
  2. b normal is 4 to 12 mm Hg; abnormal is above 15
  3. c normal is 4 to 10 cm H20; abnormal is above 15
  4. d dilate the pupil for cataract surgery
  5. e abducens (motor) (lateral eye movement, abduct outer)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. facilitates outflow of aqueous humor
  2. common 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
  3. pain, fever, malaise, headache, and reduce hearing, (most common problem of the middle ear, associated with colds, allergies, sore throats and blockage of the eustachian tube; the earlier the first episode occurs, the greater the risk of recurring episodes; treated with Amoxicillin
  4. ask if patient has metal in the body; ask them about claustrophobia (may need to be sedated)
  5. caused by impairment of function of the inner ear or the vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII); can be caused by noise trauma during a long period of time, aging (prebycusis), Meniere's disease and ototoxicity; TB, syphilis, Lyme disease, Diabetes Mellitus, bacterial meningitis

5 True/False questions

  1. CN Volfactory (sensory) (smell)

          

  2. causes of seizuregrand mal, petit mal (absence), myoclonic, febrile, partial seizure, status epilepticus (medical emergency)

          

  3. medications ordered for ICPsteroids (inflammatory effect), diuretics (osmotic such as Mannitol), anticonvulsant (Dilantin or Barbituate) due to risk of seizures

          

  4. assessment of chronic glaucomawill receive miotic drugs(Pilocarpine) to constrict the pupils and make it easier to drain the canal of Schlemm which allows the aqueous humor to drain

          

  5. confusedlacks ability to think clearly and rapidly