Test Answers on cardiology

Cardiovascular

A nurse is performing a cardiac assessment on a client. Identify the area the nurse should inspect when evaluating the point of maximal impulse. (You will find \”Hot Spots\” to select in the artwork below. Select only the hotspot that corresponds to your answer.) graphic INCORRECT The nurse should inspect this location to assess for […]

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Exam: 04.01 Cardiovascular System

A drug that constricts blood vessels would have which of the following effects? Increase blood pressure Keisha has a family history of atherosclerosis. How can Keisha’s family history impact her health? Keisha may develop high blood pressure, even with a healthful diet. A patient who has a high-fat diet has just suffered a stroke. How […]

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Pharm ATI Cardiovascular System (drills & post test)

A patient is taking bumetanide (Bumex) and spironolactone (Aldactone). You should explain that using the drugs together may reduce the risk of which of the following adverse effects? A) Hypokalemia B) Hyponatremia C) Hyperglycemia D) Hypochloremia A) Hypokalemia A patient is about to begin taking hydrochlorothiazide (Microzide) for hypertension. To assess for adverse effects of […]

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ATI Cardiovascular – Pharm

A health care professional is caring for a patient who is about to begin taking verapamil (Calan) to treat atrial fibrillation. The health care professional should tell the patient to avoid grapefruit juice while taking verapamil because it can cause: Tachycardia Dehydration Diarrhea Hypotension Hypotension While talking with a patient about drug therapy options for […]

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Kaplan Cardio Set B

The nurse understands that intermittent claudication is: a) found in venous insufficiency b) pain caused by cold c) pain caused by walking d) found only in the elderly (Kaplan, Cardio B 1/30) c) intermittent claudication is pain felt in the calves when the patient walks and is seen in arterial insufficiency (Kaplan, Cardio B 1/30) […]

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K419 cardiorespiratory endurance assessment

Cardiorespiratory Fitness (CRF) reflects the functional capabilities of the what? heart, blood vessels, blood, lungs and relevant muscles during various types of exercise demands Cardiorespiratory Fitness (CRF) is related to teh ability to perform _____ muscle, _____, ______ exercise for ______ periods large, dynamic, moderate-to-high intensity, prolonged 5 Purpose for CRF Assessment -evaluate functional aerobic […]

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Cardiovascular system worksheet Hamilton tech college

Valves prevent back flow ventricle to atria? Mitral valve left Bicuspid valve right Chambers that receive blood from veins? Left and right atria Valves prevent back flow arteries to ventricles? Pulmonary semilunar valve prevent blood right Aortic semilunar valve prevent blood left Combining for vein Veno phlebo Aorta Aort/o/ Aorta receives blood from which ventricle? […]

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Cardiovascular Analysis

Laparoscopic splenectomy. Code: 38120 Abdominal aortogram. The right groin was prepped and draped in the usual fashion. Seldinger technique was used to enter the femoral artery. A 6-French sheath was placed. A pigtail catheter was introduced in the upper abdominal aorta, and an AP aortogram was done using the DSA cut film technique using 20 […]

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Cardiology Test

Junctional escape rhythms are consistently characterized by? A. Absence of P waves B. QRS complexes greater than 0.12 secs. C. inverted P waves before QRS D. a ventricular rate of 40 – 60 D. A ventricular rate of 40 – 60 The administration of dopamine or any other vasopressor drug requires: A. online medical control […]

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Chapter 20 The electrocardiogram (RMA)

The measurement of the smallest blocks on 1mm wide by 1mm high Lead I of the ECG tracing is the heart view between the Right arm (RA) and the left arm (LA) In a standard ECG lead V3 is located Midway between position V2 and position V4 Proper preparation of the patient includes the following […]

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CVS System: Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) – [HESI, Chapter 3]

The visual representation of the electrical activity of the heart reflected by changes in the electrical potential at the skin surface. Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) An electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) is a record of the hearts contractions and electrical events that precede them. T/F False. An electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) is NOT a record of the hearts contractions, but is the […]

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Electrocardiogram

a portable version of an EKG that is worn under the close by the patient for 24 to 48 hour. Holter monitor on a Holter monitor chest electrodes are connected to the monitor and cardiac TV is continually monitored when? while the patient goes about his usual daily activities. a Holter monitor is worn by […]

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Electrocardiography ch3

List the 3 types of leads Standard limb leads, Augmented leads, Chest leads. Lead wires are color coded. Lead wire color codes Right arm- white. Left arm- black. Right leg- green. Left leg- red. Chest leads- brown. Multichannel recorder Monitors all 12 leads but records 3 leads at the same time and switches automatically, recording […]

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Chapter 10 Cardiovascular, Immune, Lymphatic System and Blood (part 2)

question congenital heart disease answer heart abnormality present at birth question coronary artery disease (CAD) answer • condition that reduces the flow of blood through the coronary arteries • to the myocardium that may progress to denying the heart tissue sufficient oxygen and nutrients to function normally; most often caused by coronary atherosclerosis. CAD is […]

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Pharm II Cardio ch 42-44

question The electrical impulses flow in the following manner: answer Sinoatrial node, the atrioventricular node, bundle of His, right and left bundle branches, and Purkinje fibers. question After teaching a group of students about the conduction system of the heart, the instructor determines that the teaching was successful when the students identify what as the […]

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Chapter 44- Cardiotonic Agents

question A patient presents to the emergency department with rales, wheezing, and blood-tinged sputum. What does the nurse recognize that these symptoms indicate? A) Cardiomyopathy B) Cardiomegaly C) Valvular heart disease D) Pulmonary edema answer Ans: D Feedback: In left-sided heart failure, the left ventricle pumps inefficiently resulting in a backup of blood into the […]

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ATI Cardiovascular Assessment

question A nurse is assessing a client who has pulmonary edema related to heart failure. Which of the following findings indicates effective treatment of the client’s condition? A. Absence of adventitious breath sounds B. Presence of a nonproductive cough C. Decrease in respiratory rate at rest D. SaO2 86% on room air answer A. Absence […]

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NCLEX Cardio

question Before discharge, which instruction should the nurse give to a client receiving flecainide (Tambocor) to reduce the risk of heart failure? answer Limit fluid intake question The nurse is assessing a client who is at risk for cardiac tamponade due to chest trauma sustained in a motorcycle accident. What is the client’s pulse pressure […]

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Cardiovascular systems & Lymphoid System questions

question Which of these organs is NOT found in the mediastinum? 1. esophagus 2. trachea 3. lung 4. pericardial sac answer lung question Blood flowing in the vena cava will next enter the ____. 1. right ventricle 2. left ventricle 3. right atrium 4. left atrium answer right atrium question Cardiac veins empty their blood […]

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Physical Therapy Cardiopulmonary Tests and Measures

question Physical Therapy Cardiopulmonary Tests and Measures answer Angina Pain Scale Ankle-Brachial Index Arterial Blood Pressure Auscultation of Heart Sounds Auscultations of Lung Sounds Capillary Refill Time Body Mass Index Dyspnea Scales Electrocardiogram (ECG) Exercise Stress testing Homan’s sign for deep vein thrombosis Palpation of Peripheral Arterial pulses Pulmonary Function test Pulse Oximetry Rating of […]

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Cardiovascular physical therapy Board Review

question Anterior MI answer ECG changes with MI A PT working in a hospital is asked to treat a patient with known cardiac problems. When he looks at the ECG strips in the chart, he sees Q waves in leads V1 – V4; what condition is the PT suspecting? question Lateral MI answer ECG changes […]

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