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206 terms
Health assessment test 2
what is pain?
pain descriptors
neuropathic pain
nociceptive pain
physical, sensory and emotional experience of discomfort asso…
location, duration, intensity, quality, timing,etiology
does not adhere to the normal and predictable phases, caused…
-when functioning and intact nerve fibers in the periphery an…
what is pain?
physical, sensory and emotional experience of discomfort asso…
pain descriptors
location, duration, intensity, quality, timing,etiology
195 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Obesity
Android obesity
Gynoid obesity
Anthropometric Measures
A disorder involving excessive body fat that increases the ri…
Excess body fat that is placed predominately within the abdom…
Excess body fat that is placed predominantly within the hips…
Measurements or estimates of physical aspects of the body suc…
Obesity
A disorder involving excessive body fat that increases the ri…
Android obesity
Excess body fat that is placed predominately within the abdom…
21 terms
Health Assessment Test 2 Terms
vellus hair
terminal hair
lunula (means)
cuticle
short, fine, inconspicuous (un-pigmented hair)
Coarse, thick, conspicuous, pigmented hair
white moon
protects space between nail fold and nail plate from moisture
vellus hair
short, fine, inconspicuous (un-pigmented hair)
terminal hair
Coarse, thick, conspicuous, pigmented hair
184 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Does bony skeletal have inherent movem…
Muscles and motor activity are innerva…
Tendon
Ligament
NO - supplied by muscles, tendons, ligaments
the nervous system
connects muscle to bone
connects bone to bone... acl
Does bony skeletal have inherent movem…
NO - supplied by muscles, tendons, ligaments
Muscles and motor activity are innerva…
the nervous system
112 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Arteriole
Venous
Heart reference lines
Pericordium
- Blood away from the heart... - Oxygenated blood to the body
- Blood to the heart... - Deoxygenated blood to lung
1) Midsternal... 2) Midclavicular... 3) Anterior Axillary
- 2nd to 5th intercostal space... - Area on the anterior chest d…
Arteriole
- Blood away from the heart... - Oxygenated blood to the body
Venous
- Blood to the heart... - Deoxygenated blood to lung
91 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Suprasternal notch:
Sternum:
The angle of Louis also marks the si…
In the anterior chest the apex, or hig…
feel this hollow U-shaped depression just above sternum betwe…
"breastbone" has three parts; manubrium, body, and xiphoid pr…
tracheal bifurcation into the right and left main bronchi
-3 to 4 cm... - diaphragm
Suprasternal notch:
feel this hollow U-shaped depression just above sternum betwe…
Sternum:
"breastbone" has three parts; manubrium, body, and xiphoid pr…
HealthAssess-TEST2
Cranial Nerve 1... Olfactory?
Cranial Nerve 2... Optic?
What charts do we use to test for colo…
Cranial Nerves 3, 4, 6... Oculomotor, Tro…
Smell
Vision
Ishihara plates for color blindness.... Snellen for visual acuity
Movement of eyes
Cranial Nerve 1... Olfactory?
Smell
Cranial Nerve 2... Optic?
Vision
58 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
edema; 2+
edema; 3+
edema 4+
ADL (activity of daily living)
¼-1/2 inch moderate pit but subsides quickly
Deep pitting ½-1 inch; looks swollen; indent remains for only…
Very deep pitting (1 inch or more) and the indent remains for…
o Bathing ... o Dressing ... o Toilet ... o Transferring (chair bed or…
edema; 2+
¼-1/2 inch moderate pit but subsides quickly
edema; 3+
Deep pitting ½-1 inch; looks swollen; indent remains for only…
62 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
What do pulmonary arteries do?
What do pulmonary arteries carry?
Where do pulmonary arteries go?
Where are the popliteal and dorsalis p…
take deoxygenated blood to the lungs
deoxygenated blood
lungs
What do pulmonary arteries do?
take deoxygenated blood to the lungs
What do pulmonary arteries carry?
deoxygenated blood
39 terms
Health Assessment Review Test 2
Eupnea
Bradypnea
Kussmauls
Hypoventilation
Normal breathing, painless respiration
Less than 12
Deep and labored breathing pattern often associated with seve…
Reduced alveolar respiration related to CO2 production
Eupnea
Normal breathing, painless respiration
Bradypnea
Less than 12
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Health test 2
What is physical fitness?
What are the components of fitness??
The Principle of Individual Differences
The Principle of Overload
Allows for getting thru tasks of daily living and sports and…
Cardiovascular... Muscular Strength... Muscular Endurance... Flexibili…
One size doesn't fit all
Must do more than you are used to in order to ride -->... Freque…
What is physical fitness?
Allows for getting thru tasks of daily living and sports and…
What are the components of fitness??
Cardiovascular... Muscular Strength... Muscular Endurance... Flexibili…
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HEALTH ASSESSMENT - Test 2
Fontanels
Posterior fontanel
Anterior fontanel
Enlarges slightly due to hyperplasia o…
Space between skull bones in infants
Triangle-shaped fontanel that closes by 1-2 months
Diamond-shaped fontanel that closes between 9 months and 2 ye…
Expected changes to thyroid gland of pregnant woman
Fontanels
Space between skull bones in infants
Posterior fontanel
Triangle-shaped fontanel that closes by 1-2 months
68 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Infant respiratory patterns
Pregnant client respiratory patterns
Older adults respiratory patterns
How many lobes do both lungs have
o obligatory nose breathers... o irregular respiratory patterns…
o increased tidal volume and costal angle... o diaphragm rises... o…
o decreased surface are, breathing, and lung capacity... o incre…
Right lung has 3 lobes (RUL, RML, and RLL), left lung has 2 l…
Infant respiratory patterns
o obligatory nose breathers... o irregular respiratory patterns…
Pregnant client respiratory patterns
o increased tidal volume and costal angle... o diaphragm rises... o…
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Health Assessment Test 2 -Heart
Heart Anatomy & Blood Flow (simple)
Systolic
Diastolic
S1
The top number, which is also the higher of the two numbers,…
measures the pressure in the arteries between heartbeats (whe…
turbulence caused by the closure of mitral and tricuspid valv…
Heart Anatomy & Blood Flow (simple)
Systolic
The top number, which is also the higher of the two numbers,…
137 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Blood Flow
Arteriole
Venous
Pericordium
-Inferior/Superior Vena Cava... -Right Atrium... -Tricuspid Valve... -…
-Blood away from the heart... -Oxygenated blood to the body
-Blood to the heart... -Deoxygenated blood to lung
-2nd to 5th intercostal space... -Midsternal to midclavicular li…
Blood Flow
-Inferior/Superior Vena Cava... -Right Atrium... -Tricuspid Valve... -…
Arteriole
-Blood away from the heart... -Oxygenated blood to the body
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Health Assess Test 2
Bruit
Dysphagia
Goiter
Lymphadenopathy
blowing, swooshing sound heard through the stethescope over a…
difficulty swallowing
increase in size of thyroid gland that occurs with hyperthyro…
enlargement of the lymph nodes due to infection, allergy, or…
Bruit
blowing, swooshing sound heard through the stethescope over a…
Dysphagia
difficulty swallowing
90 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
A-delta nerve fibers
C fibers
Nociceptors
Transduction
large nerve fibers covered with myelin; they conduct pain imp…
smaller unmyelinated nerve fibers; they conduct pain impulses…
specialized peripheral A and C nerve fibers that carry the pa…
Noxious stimuli create enough of an energy potential to cause…
A-delta nerve fibers
large nerve fibers covered with myelin; they conduct pain imp…
C fibers
smaller unmyelinated nerve fibers; they conduct pain impulses…
57 terms
health assessment test 2
capillary refill
pulse assessment
normal vs abnormal lymph nodes
homans sign
tested at fingertips... normal color returns in 1-2 sec... index of…
grade of pulse... 3+ : increased, full bounding... 2+ : normal ... 1+…
normal: nontender, < 1 cm, mobile, not fixed... abnormal: tender…
dorsiflex foot to stretch calf and see if there is any pain i…
capillary refill
tested at fingertips... normal color returns in 1-2 sec... index of…
pulse assessment
grade of pulse... 3+ : increased, full bounding... 2+ : normal ... 1+…
33 terms
Health Test 2
plaque
cavities
dentin
pulp
A film of harmful bacteria on the teeth is called ___.
The disease dental caries is commonly called ___.
The hard, bonelike tissue that forms the tooth is ___.
The inner part of a tooth is the ___.
plaque
A film of harmful bacteria on the teeth is called ___.
cavities
The disease dental caries is commonly called ___.
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Health Assessment: Test 2
Optimal nutritional
Undernutrition
Overnutrition
Metabolic syndrome
This status is achieved when sufficient nutrients are consume…
This status occurs when nutritional reserves are depleted and…
This status occurs by the consumption of nutrients high in ca…
Obesity is the cardinal sign; Diagnosed when a person has 3 o…
Optimal nutritional
This status is achieved when sufficient nutrients are consume…
Undernutrition
This status occurs when nutritional reserves are depleted and…
225 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Obesity
Air or Gas in abdomen
Ascites
Ovarian Cyst (large)
-Uniformly rounded. Umbilicus sunken (it adheres to peritoneu…
-Single round curve... -Depends on cause of gas (decreased or ab…
-single curve. everted umbilicus. building flanks when supine…
-curve in lower half of abdomen, midline. Everted umbilicus…
Obesity
-Uniformly rounded. Umbilicus sunken (it adheres to peritoneu…
Air or Gas in abdomen
-Single round curve... -Depends on cause of gas (decreased or ab…
150 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Vertical line reference ... (anterior, po…
mediastinum
pleura
review anatomy and mechanics of lungs
anterior- anterior axillary, midclavicular, midsternal ... post:…
central area in thoracic cavity
thin double layered serous membrane that lines thoracic cavity
...
Vertical line reference ... (anterior, po…
anterior- anterior axillary, midclavicular, midsternal ... post:…
mediastinum
central area in thoracic cavity
68 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Two major parts of the brain
Central nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Alopecia
Central and peripheral
Includes the brain and spinal cord
Includes all nerve fibers outside the brain and spinal cord
Baldness; hair loss
Two major parts of the brain
Central and peripheral
Central nervous system
Includes the brain and spinal cord
66 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Symptoms of psychological behavior
Symptoms of physical behavior
Physical symptoms are often termed
Medically unexplained
mood or anxiety
relating to body sensation... -pain... -fatigue... -palpitations
somatic
involves single complaints that appear to persist longer than…
Symptoms of psychological behavior
mood or anxiety
Symptoms of physical behavior
relating to body sensation... -pain... -fatigue... -palpitations
195 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
What do you check for in a routine uri…
Components of CBS
Normal value of WBC
Leukocytosis
Color, appearance, protein, ketones, blood
RBC, WBC, Differentials, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, indices, pla…
4,000-10,000 u/L
Elevated WBC Count
What do you check for in a routine uri…
Color, appearance, protein, ketones, blood
Components of CBS
RBC, WBC, Differentials, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, indices, pla…
40 terms
Abeka Health, Test 2
The oily secretion which moisturize th…
Nerve endings in the dermis that serve…
The enlargement of muscles through use…
The muscles that allow you to raise yo…
Sebum
Sensory receptors
Hypertrophy
Deltoid
The oily secretion which moisturize th…
Sebum
Nerve endings in the dermis that serve…
Sensory receptors
169 terms
test 2 health assessement
A patient has been admitted to the hos…
The nurse knows that which statement i…
A patient is complaining of severe kne…
When assessing the intensity of a pati…
d. Deep somatic.
c. A procedure that induces pain in adults will also induce p…
d. Administering pain medication and then proceeding with the…
b. "How much pain do you have now?"
A patient has been admitted to the hos…
d. Deep somatic.
The nurse knows that which statement i…
c. A procedure that induces pain in adults will also induce p…
119 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Apical impulse
Aneurysm
Apnea
Bradycardia
The pulsation created as the left ventricle rotates against t…
Sac formed by dilation in the artery wall.
temporary cessation of breathing, especially during sleep; su…
abnormally slow heart rate ... <60 beats/minute
Apical impulse
The pulsation created as the left ventricle rotates against t…
Aneurysm
Sac formed by dilation in the artery wall.
90 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Tophi
Tympanostomy Tubes
Epistaxis
Rhinitis
Small white nodules that have uric acid crystals; located nea…
Used to relieve middle ear pressure and allow drainage from t…
Nosebleed (causes: trauma, rhinitis, hypertension, dry air, c…
Nasal inflammation caused by a viral infection or allergies s…
Tophi
Small white nodules that have uric acid crystals; located nea…
Tympanostomy Tubes
Used to relieve middle ear pressure and allow drainage from t…
137 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Blood Flow
Arteriole
Venous
Pericordium
-Inferior/Superior Vena Cava... -Right Atrium... -Tricuspid Valve... -…
-Blood away from the heart... -Oxygenated blood to the body
-Blood to the heart... -Deoxygenated blood to lung
-2nd to 5th intercostal space... -Midsternal to midclavicular li…
Blood Flow
-Inferior/Superior Vena Cava... -Right Atrium... -Tricuspid Valve... -…
Arteriole
-Blood away from the heart... -Oxygenated blood to the body
112 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Hypopigmentation
Hyperpigmentation
Stage 1 Pressure Ulcer
Stage 2 Pressure Ulcer
Lightened skin in a particular area
Darkened skin in a particular area.
Prolonged redness with unbroken skin
Partial thickness skin loss appears as a superficial abrasion…
Hypopigmentation
Lightened skin in a particular area
Hyperpigmentation
Darkened skin in a particular area.
88 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
normal nail
clubbing
linear pigmentation
leukonychia striata
160 degree angle
190 degree angle
may indicate melanoma in light skinned people
normal nail
160 degree angle
clubbing
190 degree angle
106 terms
Health Assessment Test2
abdomen
accessory digestive organs
alimentary canal
Anorexia nervosa
The largest cavity of the body that contains organs and struc…
The structures connected to the alimentary canal by ducts-the…
A continuous, hollow, muscular tube, that begins at the mouth…
A complex psychosocial and physiologic problem characterized…
abdomen
The largest cavity of the body that contains organs and struc…
accessory digestive organs
The structures connected to the alimentary canal by ducts-the…
72 terms
health assessment test 2
palpation of texture, size, shape, etc
palpation of vibrations
palpation of temp
light palpation
palmar of fingers
ulnar surface
dorsal surface
1 cm... skin, pulsations, tenderness
palpation of texture, size, shape, etc
palmar of fingers
palpation of vibrations
ulnar surface
110 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
subclavian veins
clear fluid, mostly WBCs, occasional R…
B-lymphocytes
T-lymphocytes
lymph ducts merge into the venous system at the
composition of lymph
produce antibodies
have important role in controlling immune responses brought a…
subclavian veins
lymph ducts merge into the venous system at the
clear fluid, mostly WBCs, occasional R…
composition of lymph
227 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
skull
cranium
face
preauricular
cranium and face
frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, ethmoid, and sphenoid…
maxilla, zygomatic, inferior conchae, nasal, lacrimal, palati…
receives drainage from scalp, external ear canal, and forehead
skull
cranium and face
cranium
frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, ethmoid, and sphenoid…
322 terms
HEALTH ASSESSMENT TEST 2
vascular lesions
1.Hemangiomas(not cancerous)... 2. Telang…
1. port-wine stain (nevus flammeus)... 2.…
port-wine stain (nevus flammeus)
when you push on them, they remain red.
4 types of vascular lesions
2 types of Hemangioma lesions
present at birth, congenital formation, dermal capillaries, r…
vascular lesions
when you push on them, they remain red.
1.Hemangiomas(not cancerous)... 2. Telang…
4 types of vascular lesions
19 terms
Health assessment test 2
decreased fremitus
increased fremitus
rhonchal fremitus
pleural friction fremitus
occurs when anything obstructs transmission of vibrations
occurs with compression or consolidation of lung tissue
palpable with thick bronchial secretions
palpable with inflammation of the pleura
decreased fremitus
occurs when anything obstructs transmission of vibrations
increased fremitus
occurs with compression or consolidation of lung tissue
108 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
What information do skin exams provide…
What are the 8 functions of the skin?
epidermis
melanin
1) signs of systemic disease... 2) medication side effects... 3) de…
1) protection... 2) regulating body temp... 3) making vitamin D... 4)…
superficial skin layer that does not contain blood vessels
brownish pigment of the skin that is genetically determined a…
What information do skin exams provide…
1) signs of systemic disease... 2) medication side effects... 3) de…
What are the 8 functions of the skin?
1) protection... 2) regulating body temp... 3) making vitamin D... 4)…
100 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Does bony skeletal have inherent movem…
Muscles and motor activity are innerva…
Tendon
Ligament
NO - supplied by muscles, tendons, ligaments
the nervous system
connects muscle to bone
connects bone to bone
Does bony skeletal have inherent movem…
NO - supplied by muscles, tendons, ligaments
Muscles and motor activity are innerva…
the nervous system
70 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Nutritional Status
Optimal nutritional status
Most rapid period of growth in the lif…
4 methods for obtaining diet history
The balance between nutritional intake and nutritional requir…
When sufficient nutrients are consumed to support body needs
birth to 4 months
24 hour recall, food frequency questionnaire, food diary, dir…
Nutritional Status
The balance between nutritional intake and nutritional requir…
Optimal nutritional status
When sufficient nutrients are consumed to support body needs
111 terms
health assessment test 2
The cranium and facial skeleton has ho…
Facial muscles and other small muscles…
Blood supply to the head
Cranial Nerve CNV does
22 bones
enable chewing, speaking, smiling, frowning
Carotid arteries split into external and internal... --temporal…
supplies motor and sensory innervations to the forehead, chee…
The cranium and facial skeleton has ho…
22 bones
Facial muscles and other small muscles…
enable chewing, speaking, smiling, frowning
test 2 (health assessment)
android obesity
anthropometric measures
body mass index
nutritional screening
persons with greater proportion of fat in upper body, especia…
most common used: height and weight, triceps skinfold thickne…
practical marker of optimal weight for height and an indicato…
quick and easy way to identify nutritional risks, weight loss…
android obesity
persons with greater proportion of fat in upper body, especia…
anthropometric measures
most common used: height and weight, triceps skinfold thickne…
193 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Select the best description of the sec…
To assess for early jaundice, you will…
Checking for skin temperature is best…
Assessing a patients' skin turgor is d…
Dilute saline solution
Sclera and hard palate
The dorsal surface of the hand
Dehydration
Select the best description of the sec…
Dilute saline solution
To assess for early jaundice, you will…
Sclera and hard palate
209 terms
Health Assess Test 2
During ______ ovarian secretion of est…
Gynecomastia (males) can be caused by:
Axillary nodes should be:
Glandular tissue consists of:
menopause; decreases; atrophy
-anabolic steroid use.... - young adolescents
palpated when doing an assessment of the axillae.
Lobes, lobules, and alveoli... Lactiferous ducts and sinuses
During ______ ovarian secretion of est…
menopause; decreases; atrophy
Gynecomastia (males) can be caused by:
-anabolic steroid use.... - young adolescents
51 terms
Health Assessment Test 2
Urinary health history questions for m…
Urinary health history questions for f…
Genitalia questions for both males and…
Genitalia questions for males
-any difficulty urinating such as hesitancy, straining, or ma…
-any problems with urgency?... -stress incontinence?... -burning on…
-# of partners... -contraceptive use... -STD contact... -STD risk redu…
-pain, lesion, discharge?... -self care behaviors regarding the…
Urinary health history questions for m…
-any difficulty urinating such as hesitancy, straining, or ma…
Urinary health history questions for f…
-any problems with urgency?... -stress incontinence?... -burning on…
21 terms
Health Assess: Test 2
Common CNS issues to watch for with dr…
CV problems from drug abuse
Hepatic problems from drug abuse
What are some common Endocrine and met…
psychiatric disorders, malnutrition, withdrawal, cerebellar d…
cardiomyopathy, dysrhythmias, peripheral vascular insufficien…
esophagitis, gastritis, pancreatitis, hepatic cirrhosis, port…
hypoglycemia, DKA, hypoalbuminemia, hypomagnesemia, Wernicke-…
Common CNS issues to watch for with dr…
psychiatric disorders, malnutrition, withdrawal, cerebellar d…
CV problems from drug abuse
cardiomyopathy, dysrhythmias, peripheral vascular insufficien…
42 terms
Test 2 Health Assessment
Resonance
Hyperesonance
Dull
Flatness
Heard over healthy lung
Heard in overinflated lung
Heard over liver
Heard over bones or muscles
Resonance
Heard over healthy lung
Hyperesonance
Heard in overinflated lung
47 terms
Health Assessment- Test 2
What are the primary functions of our…
What do melanocytes produce?
What happens to their melanin when som…
How and where on the body would you as…
Protection... Prevents penetration... perception... temperature regula…
melanin (color)
the complete absence of melanin pigment in patchy areas of wh…
Poor skin turgor is evident by pinch test. "Tenting" or reced…
What are the primary functions of our…
Protection... Prevents penetration... perception... temperature regula…
What do melanocytes produce?
melanin (color)
71 terms
Health Assessment test 2
vitiligo
freckles
mole
ABCDE
abnormal skin finding.... complete absence of melanin pigment in…
ephelides. ... flat macules of brown melanin pigment that occur…
nevus... clump of melanocytes, tan to brown, flat or raised.... acq…
asymmetry.... border.... color variation... diameter greater than 6 mm…
vitiligo
abnormal skin finding.... complete absence of melanin pigment in…
freckles
ephelides. ... flat macules of brown melanin pigment that occur…
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