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Nursing112 Drexel midterm
When a person is to attempt to shrug shoulders and turn head to each side while resisting
examiner’s hands this is testing... What?
Cranial Nerve XI (Spinal Accessory)
The Sniff test examens which cranial nerve?
Olfactory Nerve (CN I)
Repeating "Light, Tight, Dynamite!" tests which Cranial Nerve?
CN XII Hypoglossal
The Fondoscopic exam tests which Cranial Nerve?
Optic CN II
When examining the mouth the soft palate and uvula rise when the patient says "AH." This displays proper function of which Cranial Nerve?
CN X Vagus Nerve
Testing downward and inner movement of the eye as well as corneal light reflection tests which Cranial Nerve?
Trochlear (CN IV)
Corneal Movement and Lateral movement of the eye tests which Cranial Nerve?
Abducens CN VI
The Gag Reflex tests which Cranial Nerve?
Glossopharyngeal (CN IX)
The Whisper test tests which Cranial Nerve?
Acoutic CN VIII
If the Preauricular Node is swollen.... what kind of infection may the patient have?
Eye or Ear infection
If the Postauricular node is swollen...what kind of infection may the patient have?
If the Tonsiller node is swollen... what kind of infection may the patient have?
Ear, Tonsillitis, or Throat Infection
If the Submandibular nodes are swollen... what kind of infection may the patient have?
Sinus infection or throat infection
If the submental node is swollen...what kind of infection may the patient have?
Dental Problem or infection of the mouth
If a patient has a tumor on their pituitary gland, what is this disorder called? Symptoms?
Acromegaly. Head becomes elongated and features become coarse.
What is an allergic salute?
Permanent crease in nose from
having it be itchy...possibly from allergies
Which abnormal facial finding is associated with Cushing's Syndrome?
Moon like face
Which 3 diseases did we talk about in class that require airborne precautions?
TB, chicken pox, measles
Name 3 airborne precautions.
Specialty room called an Airborne Infection Isolation Room
(AIIR) because it has negative air pressure with 6 to 12 air exchanges per hour
Name a disease that requires droplet precautions
Group A streptococcus
List 2 droplet precautions
List 3 contact precaution associated diseases
What are 2 contact precautions
What is Candida Albicans?
Thickening and hardening from continuous irritation
temporary deficiency of blood flow to an organ or tissue
an exuberant scar that forms at the site of an injury and expands beyond the original borders
bleeding under the skin or a mucous membrane... a bruise
hollow sounding... used to describe the condition of the lungs
used to describe the condition of the liver. not resonant
The sound one would hear when auscilating bone
The function of lymph nodes
-filter fluid before it is returned to the blood stream
Function of the lymphatic system
conserves fluid and plasma proteins that leak out of capillaries
defends against disease
acquired in a hospital, nursing home, or healthcare setting
a line elevated above or depressed below surrounding tissue. different in color/texture
round and temporary elevation of the skin
having diminished arousal or awareness as a result of intoxication, illness, infection, etc
bulging of the eyes out of the orbit
a synonym for organized structure in a chart
problem oriented note
permanent loss of accommodation of the lens and is marked by the inability to focus on objects near to the eye
drooping/dropping of an organ part (ie the upper eye lid)
"i gotta go ptosis!!!!!" hahahaaha jk guys....
cluster of cells
involuntary back and forth or cyclical movement of the eyes
containing or of the nature of serum and blood
condition of forming/containing pus
a small elevated skin lesion filled with WBC and sometimes bacteria or broken down cells
skin spot; usually small and purple and appear in pts with platelet deficiencies or in febrile illnesses
a crackling or rattling sound made by part of the body
large blisters or skin vesicle filled with fluid
loss of hair
swelling of the optic nerve
small bump or pimple