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5 Matching questions

  1. CN VIII
  2. conductive hearing loss
  3. most common position for LP
  4. full consciousness
  5. coma
  1. a curved position to open the back for access to CSF; fetal position is most common (sometimes patients sit up and bend over
  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 awake, alert, oriented, interacts with environment
  4. d vigorous stimulation produces no response
  5. e auditory (sensory) (hearing, balance, (most frequently asked)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. grand mal, petit mal (absence), myoclonic, febrile, partial seizure, status epilepticus (medical emergency)
  2. near sightedness
  3. place a patch on both eyes; bedrest, affected eye receives cycloplegics and mydriatics
  4. the lens is the affected part, lens becomes cloudy which doesn't allow light to pass through which eventually leads to blindness
  5. will 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 True/False questions

  1. CN VIIglossopharyngeal (sensory and motor) (tongue, pharynx, swallowing)

          

  2. Wet AMDspinal accessory (motor) (sternomastoid and trapezius)

          

  3. Meinere's diseaseassess for iodine allergy because it works better with contrast or iodine (is an x-ray)

          

  4. parasympathetic nervous systemmaintenance 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

          

  5. Central Venous pressuremeningitis, encephalitis, Reye's, head injuries, epilepsy