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A nurse is taking a history during a routine physical examination. Which of the following would be appropriate to tell the parent?
Establish a set bedtime and follow a nightly routine.
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During a routine physical examination, the provider decides to perform spirometry on the patient. HOw should this be coded?
As a separate procedure
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A female patient presents to the health clinical for a routine physical examination. The nurse observes that the patient’s urine is bright yellow in color. Which of the following questions is most appropriate for the nurse to ask the patient? a) “Have you had a recent urinary tract infection?” b) “Have you noticed any vaginal bleeding?” c) “Do you take phenytoin (Dilantin) daily?” d) “Do you take multiple vitamin preparations?”
“Do you take multiple vitamin preparations?”
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Which senses does the nurse use while inspecting a patient during a routine physical examination?
The nurse should be keenly observant while inspecting a patient. The use of sight can reveal many facts about a patient and the nurse should watch for various signs that are indicative of a disease condition. The sense of smell helps the nurse to gather vital information about the patient’s health status, such as body odor, which can provide clues about the patient’s hygiene. The nurse cannot use the sense of taste during physical examination to gather data. The nurse is not supposed to touch or auscultate the patient, because inspection refers to the visual examination. The nurse uses touch as a tool to gather specific information about the patient during palpation and percussion. The nurse uses the sense of hearing to gather data during auscultation. Abnormal body sounds help in detecting the presence of organ pathology.
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A 35 year old woman had a firm nodul palpable on the dome of th uterus six years ago recorded on routine physical examination. The nodule has slowly increased in size and now appears to be about one and one half times the size it was when it was first discovered. By ultrasound scan it is solid and circumscribed. She remains asymptomatic. Which of the following neoplasms is she most likely to have? a) adenocarcinoma b) matastatis c) leiomyoma d) leiomyosarcoma e) hematoma
c) leiomyoma
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A adult client has had laboratory work done as part of a routine physical examination. The nurse interprets that the client may have a mild degree of renal insufficiency if which of the following serum creatinine levels is noted? a) 0.2 mg/dlL b) 0.5 mg/dL c) 1.9 mg/dL d) 3.5 mg/dL
c) 1.9 mg/dL the normal serum creatinine level foadults is 0.6 to 1.3 mg/dL. The client with a mild degree of renal insufficiency would have a slight elevated level. A creatinie level of 0.2 mg/dL is low, and a level of 0.5 mg/dL is just below normal. A creeatinie level of 3.5 mg/dL may be associated with acute or chronic renal failure.
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A nursing student lists the preventive and primary care services available in schools, primary healthcare provider’s offices, occupational health clinics, community health centers, and nursing centers. Which service provided by these centers is most expensive? 1 Running errands 2 Health education 3 Disease management 4 Routine physical examinations
3 Disease management is the most expensive service provided by community health centers. Running errands is inexpensive, and if the person walks or rides a bike, can be used as a health promotion activity. Health education and routine physical examinations are inexpensive and can usually stop complications of diseases, which prevents from having to “manage” diseases, leading to costly and expensive treatment.
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CLINIC NOTE CC: Patient presents for routine examination SUBJECTIVE: Sally is a 42-year-old female patient who presents today for a routine physical examination OBJECTIVE: BP 120/80. Pelvic exam: normal external genitalia. Vagina without discharge except for a scant amount of white discharge that appears normal. Cervix: Multiparous, clear. Bimanual exam is unremarkable. All systems are within normal limits. ASSESSMENT: 1. Normal BP. 2. Normal pelvic exam. PLAN: Return in 1 year or as needed. CPT Code: ____________________
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