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1

Hyperkalemia is associated with

acidosis

2

QT prolongation is associated with:

Toxic drug levels

3

Most indicative of Ectopic Pregnancy

Amenorrhea followed by spotting and sudden onset of lower quadrant pain

4

Which is not true about the 7 F’s of abdominal distention?

The fetus has NO effect on the abdominal distension

5

Which statements are true? (re:PVD)

Approximately 50% of patients of PVD are asymptomatic

African american, american indian, and mexican american population are at increased risk

6

Which statement is TRUE regarding leg pain?

a. Nerve damage can be a differential diagnosis for leg pain

7

Percussing fremitus on the posterior side is best felt in what intercostal space?

2nd

8

Where do you feel the PMI

5th intercostal space - lateral to the midclavicular line.

9

How do you check the ear of a 2.5 year old?

Pull auricle down and out

10

CO =

SV X HR

11

diaphramatic excursion distance is?

3-5 cm

12

Levine's Sign

Patients will describe angina by clenching their fist and placing it over the sternum.

13

13. A pt with heart failure has pink frothy sputum, what is the diagnosis?

pulmonary edema

14

What is mononucleosis caused by?

EBV

15

15. What is the first sign of thrombophlebitis in 50% of patients

PE may be the first sign

16

an astute SRNA knows a thrill will be felt with which type of murmur?

Grade IV

17

What is located in the lower left quadrant of the abdomen?

sigmoid colon

18

diaphragm of the stethoscope is used to hear what sounds?

most murmurs

19

The bell of the stethoscope is used to hear what sound?

S3

20

Patient has blood clot --- inflammed vein etc.

Thromobophlebitis

21

Sytolic murmurs fall between what heart sounds?

S1 and S2

22

Troponin I is unique to the heart because?

-Released in 1-3 hours after injury
-Peaks in 12-48 hours after injury

23

diagnostic of otitis media:

bulging tympanic membrane

24

day 3 post op. SOB, Tachy, O2 sat 85% differential dx:

PE

25

Correct documentation for normal pulses?

+2

26

Otitis externa presents as

sloughing

27

cute Otitis media is diagnosed when which of the following is present?

Otalgia, fluid in the middle ear, fever

28

Correct way to treat epistaxis?

Leaning forward and pinching anterior portion of nose for 15 minutes

29

A MUGA scan is typically used to:

Evaluated ejection fraction

30

Increased sodium could indicate?

Dehydration