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NR302 / NR 302 Health Assessment Exam 2 Latest Update Chamberlain College of Nursing

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NR-302 Health Assessment Exam 2 - Health Assessment 1. While examining the patient's neck, the nurse finds the trachea midline but has difficulty palpating the thyroid. What action would the... nurse take next? - Document this finding as normal. 2. The lymph nodes that lie superficial to the mastoid bone are the: - 3. Which of the following descriptions is most consistent with a patient who has hypothyroidism? - 4. Physical examination of a patient reveals an enlarged tonsillar node. Acutely infected nodes would be. - 5. The nurse can best evaluate the strength of the sternocleidomastoid muscle by having the patient... - 6. Which of the following best describes the instructions the nurse should give a patient when assessing the thyroid from the posterior approach? - 7. While assessing a patient, the nurse finds a palpable lymph node in the left supraclavicular region. Which of the following should be the next action? - 8. While reviewing laboratory values for thyroid function on an adult patient, the nurse sees that the TSH is elevated, and the T3 and T4 are decreased/ The nurse recognizes that these findings are indicative of - 9. A patient presents with a complaint of drooping of his eyes, cheeks, and mouth on one side. This finding is most likely associated with pathology of which cranial nerve? - 10. Which of the following patients would require the most emergent nursing care? - 11. Which of the following teaching points would the nurse emphasize related to eye health? - 12. Which of the following symptoms would the nurse expect the patient to report as translucent specks that drift across the visual field? - 13. When working with an older adult, what would the nurse emphasize as increased risks for the patient? - 14. A school nurse is performing annual vision screening for seventh grade students. Which of the following charts would the nurse most likely be using? - 15. Which of the following scores for distance vision indicates the patient with the poorest vision? - 16. The nurse recognizes that the 60-yr-old patient may have difficulty reading fine print because of the loss in the ability of the eye to - 17. Peripheral vision is evaluated by the nurse using - 18. The cranial nerves involved with eye movement include - 19. The nurse assesses the response of the eye to light and documents normal findings - 20. The function of the ear is for - 21. The inner ear - 22. Cues of hearing loss include which of the following - 23. Risk factors for hearing loss include which of the following? - 24. Tinnitus is described as - 25. Which of the following patients is most likely to have hearing loss? - 26. Which of the following differentiates the RN assessment from the APRN assessment? - 27. A nursing diagnosis appropriate for a patient with ear problems includes - 28. An outcome that is appropriate for a patient with hearing impairment is - 29. Which of the following are appropriate interventions for the patient who is at risk for ear infection? - 30. Which of the following is part of the upper gastrointestinal tract? - 31. The nurse is assessing the nares to evaluate the site of epistaxis. The most common site of bleeding is which of the following? - 32. The know that the floor of the mouth is highly vascular so it is a good location for which of the following? - 33. Acute airway obstruction is a situation that should be - 34. Risk factors for nose, sinus, mouth, and throat problems include - 35. The nurse has assessed the nose and documents normal findings as - 36. The nurse is assessing a patient who has been taking antibiotics for 10 days. Oral assessment is important because of the increased risk for which of the following? - 37. An adolescent male presents with complaints of nosebleeds. The nurse would further asses for - 38. The nurse assesses the child with purulent unilateral nasal discharge. The nurse know that the most like causative factor is - 39. During routine physical examination of a 20-yr-old woman, the nurse notes a septal perforation. This finding may be significant for which of the following causes? - [Show More]

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