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Primary Care Art and Science of Advanced Practice Nursing - Test Bank, Chapter 31. Inflammatory Respiratory Disorders

Primary Care Art and Science of Advanced Practice Nursing - Test Bank, Chapter 31. Inflammatory Respiratory Disorders Primary Care Art and Science of Advanced Practice Nursing - Test Bank, Chapter 31. Inflammatory Respiratory Disorders 1. How does pursed lip breathing assist patients with asthma during an attack? a. It distracts the patient with breathing technique to reduce anxiety. b. It gets rid of CO2 faster. c. It opens bronchioles by backflow air pressure. d. It increases PACO2.. 2. How do leukotriene modifiers reduce the symptoms of asthma? a. By drying up mucus b. By causing bronchodilation and anti-inflammation effects c. By suppressing cough d. By liquefying mucus 3. How should a patient be positioned after a thoracentesis is completed and the dressing applied? a. High Fowler b. Semi-Fowler c. Side lying on unaffected side d. Prone a. Irrigate tubes as needed b. Prevent dependent loops c. Loop the tube over the bed rail d. Milk the tube frequently 5. Which patient assessment indicates the most severe respiratory distress? a. Nasal flaring, symmetrical chest wall expansion, SaO2 88% b. Abdominal breathing, SaO2 97% c. Substernal retraction, SaO2 84% d. Substernal retraction, SaO2 90% MULTIPLE RESPONSE 6. Which preoperative teaching should a nurse include for a person scheduled for a partial laryngectomy? (Select all that apply.) a. Tracheal suction will be frequent b. The presence of a temporary tracheotomy c. That isolation will be required for 24 hours d. The surgery involves removal of a diseased vocal cord e. Some speech will be retained f. The sense of smell and taste will be lost 7. Which independent nursing measures are effective in aiding a patient to expectorate? (Select all that apply.) a. Positioning in orthopneic position b. Suctioning c. Assisting to cough d. Providing hydration e. Starting IV fluids f. Starting mucolytic agents 8. Identify the purposes of chest drainage. (Select all that apply.) a. Drains air, blood, and fluid from pleural space b. Restores positive pressure in chest cavity c. Restores negative intrapleural pressure d. Allows lung to collapse and rest e. Allows route for medication administration 9. What are age-related changes in the older adult that make them at risk for respiratory diseases? (Select all that apply.) a. Moist mucous membranes b. Kyphosis c. Decrease in pulmonary blood flow d. Stasis pooling of secretions e. Reduced number of cilia 10. The nurse explains to the person with pneumonia in the left lung that being positioned in the good lung down offers the advantage of (select all that apply): a. PaO2 rising in the good lung. b. blood flow to bad lung being increased. c. the dependent lung being better perfused. d. dyspnea disappearing. e. decreased hypoxia. 11. How would the nurse examining a patient with pleurisy document a low-pitched grating lung sound? a. Sonorous wheeze b. Friction rub c. Coarse crackles d. Crackles 12. The nurse describes the pathophysiologic process of an asthma attack. Place the events in their proper sequence. (Separate letters by a comma and space as follows: A, B, C, D) a. Inflammatory process in the mast cells of the lungs b. Increase in edema and mucus production in the bronchioles c. Release of histamine d. Narrowing of the airways e. Exposure to allergen

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