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  1. Penicillin
  2. presbyopia
  3. types of seizures
  4. coma
  5. CN XII
  1. a hypoglossal (motor) tongue movement "tongue has the last word)
  2. b loss of accommodation associated with age
  3. c grand mal, petit mal (absence), myoclonic, febrile, partial seizure, status epilepticus (medical emergency)
  4. d vigorous stimulation produces no response
  5. e widely used class of antimicrobials; treat gram positive and gram negative organisms; treats gonococcus, meningococcus, pneumococcus, streptococcus, treponema

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. facial (sensory and motor) (taste, facial movement
  2. an infection or inflammation of the conjunctiva and can result from exposure to allergens or chemical irritant (careful hand washing and using individual or disposable towels helps prevent spreading the condition)
  3. inner ear issue, signs are "drop attacks" where they fall to the floor; nausea and vomiting, tinnitus; believed to be a problem with the endolymph and perilymph (treatment is to restrict fluids or low sodium diet); given antiemetics for N&V (Benadryl, Antivert); surgery is viable option; if untreated they will lose hearing in affected side
  4. curved position to open the back for access to CSF; fetal position is most common (sometimes patients sit up and bend over
  5. referred to as fight and flight or adrenergic system due to adrenalin; causes BP elevation, HR elevation, pupil to dilate, blood goes to core (used for survival)

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. causes of seizurelacks ability to think clearly and rapidly

          

  3. a patient with chronic glaucomapatient will have tunnel vision and halos, increased intraocular pressure of >22 mm, and dilated pupils

          

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

          

  5. CN Iolfactory (sensory) (smell)