Question types

Start with

Question limit

of 83 available terms

Advertisement Upgrade to remove ads
Print test

5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. obtunded
  2. conductive hearing loss
  3. symptoms of cataracts
  4. hyperopia
  5. prior to MRI
  1. a farsightedness
  2. b 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
  3. c sleeps and once aroused, has limited interaction with environment
  4. d blurred vision, decrease in visual acuity, photophobia
  5. e ask if patient has metal in the body; ask them about claustrophobia (may need to be sedated)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. normal is 4 to 10 cm H20; abnormal is above 15
  2. vertigo, tinnitus, and sensorineural hearing loss on the affected side, nystagmus (rare)
  3. lacks ability to recognize place or person
  4. condition that involves the cornea and conjunctiva
  5. optic (sensory) (vision)

5 True/False questions

  1. when administering ear dropsput client on unaffected side, clean the outer ear, straighten ear canal (Up and back for adults, and older children), Down and back for small children, instill drops, stay on side for 5-10 minutes, may moisten cotton with medication


  2. nursing intervention for a patient with IOPensure patent airway, HOB elevated 20-30 degrees (low fowlers), check VS for change in respiration, widening pulse pressure,


  3. signs of acute otitis mediapain, 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. cataractsvigorous stimulation produces no response


  5. LPvagus (sensory and motor) (pharynx, larynx, parasympathetic)