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- 1-A 20-year-old cocaine abuser with a recurring upper respiratory infection is examined and is noted to have white patches in the oral cavity along with parotid enlargement.
- a. What history is pertinent to the examination of this patient?
- What is the significance of the oral white patches?
2-Mrs. Kline, a postoperative patient who has just undergone a right modified mastectomy, is found to have edema of the right arm.
a-What is the cause of the edema and what teaching is necessary to help Mrs. Kiner?
3-Mr. Jackson is a 76-year-old nursing home patient who has persistent wound infections and upper respiratory infections.
What is the cause of Mr. Jackson’s recurring infections?
Topographic landmarks of the chest
4-If an enlarged lymph node is found, what does it mean to examine “PALS?”
5-Which set of lymph nodes is a common site of metastatic disease and why?
6-Describe the correct way to examine the lymphatic system.
8-Name at least three conditions simulating lymph node enlargement.
1- Explain the correct way to auscultate a patient’s lung fields.
2-what findings would you expect when assessing older adults with the following conditions:
a. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
d. Chronic bronchitis
3-Identifying the three types of breath sounds and where they are located.
4-A pregnant woman at 32 gestational weeks tells you that she has been experiencing dyspnea that interferes with her sleep
a-What can you suggest to assist this patient?
5-Name the primary muscles of respiration.
6-Define paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea.
7-Describe crepitus and its significance
8-Differentiate between a pneumothorax and a hemothorax.
9-List risk factors associated with respiratory disability.
10-List the associated symptoms for a patient with an empyema.
Questions must be answered in APA format.
|Due By (Pacific Time)
||10/02/2014 12:00 am