Assignment: Patient With Cerebral Palsy
Assignment: Patient With Cerebral Palsy
Question 18. Question :
Your fifteen-year-old male patient with cerebral palsy has been experiencing an alteration in mood for the past two days and complains of an unusual odor and then begins to have forceful muscle contractions followed by flaccidity and then lethargy. You would describe this as a _______________.
petit mal seizure
Question 19. Question :
Which statement regarding Duchenne muscular dystrophy is true?
Females are not affected
Because Duchenne muscular dystrophy is X-linked recessive, females are affected and males are carriers
Because Duchenne muscular dystrophy is X-linked recessive, males are affected and females are carriers
The sons of women who are older than forty years of age when pregnant are affected
Question 20. Question :
Which malignancy is associated with genitourinary anomalies?
Acute lymphocytic leukemia
Chronic myelogenous leukemia
Week 10 final exam (limited questions)
8. Question :
The number one psychological disorder in the United States has been identified as _________.
Question 10. Question :
The most common form of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis is ____________.
Question 13. Question :
An immunocompromised four-year-old patient presents for his vaccinations. Which vaccination would you hold on this patient?
Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) 13
Question 15. Question :
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder may be ___________.
triggered by a virus
Question 21. Question :
Bipolar disease requires _____________ for successful treatment.
no medication only cognitive therapy
a limited amount of medication for a short period of time
Question 34. Question :
The National Youth Risk Behavior Survey (NYRBS) evaluates risk factors that contribute to violence or injuries. Which of the following has the highest percentage of noncompliance for safety?
Riding with someone who has been having alcohol
Driving while or after using alcohol
Not wearing a seatbelt
Not wearing a bicycle helmet
Question 35. Question :
A sixteen-year-old male presents to your office accompanied by his parents. They are concerned about his absenteeism from school. You suspect the patient has ________.
made a conscious decision to miss school (truancy)
suffers from attention deficit disorder
social anxiety disorder
Question 39. Question :
Which group of adolescents is more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes?
Non-Hispanic white adolescents
Pacific Islander adolescents
Question 42. Question :
The nurse practitioner sees a three-week-old infant in the clinic. Initial assessment findings show an infant with a 100.5 degree Fahrenheit rectal temperature, heart rate 120, respiratory rate 50. Upon physical exam no noted abnormalities are found. What would be the appropriate response of the primary care, clinic nurse practitioner?
Transport immediately to the ER
Obtain CBC with diff, urinalysis, urine culture, blood culture
Obtain CBC, urinalysis, urine culture and stool culture
Observe since this is not considered a
Question 47. Question :
Genu Varum is considered an abnormal condition when extreme knock knees continues
after seven years of age
extreme bowing continues after two years of age
parents are concerned about their child’s appearance
evident before two years of age
Question 67. Question :
Bipolar disease is often diagnosed in ____________________.
the fifth or sixth decade
post puberty to early adulthood
Question 68. Question :
Of the following advice, which would be most helpful for the parents of a baby with GERD?
Most babies continue to vomit until they are walking.
Laying prone after eating will decrease the amount of vomiting.
Increase the intervals between feedings to minimum of four hours.
Medications are generally necessary to prevent further problems.
Question 69. Question :
A healthy eleven-year-old male had a Td booster two-year ago after stepping on a nail, but otherwise has had no immunizations since age six when his vaccinations were up to date. Which of the following vaccines would be indicated as a part of his well-child visit?
Meningococcal vaccine (MPSV) 4 (Menomune)
Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV) 23 (Pneumovax)
Question 70. Question :
The adolescent should be screened for Type 1 diabetes _______________.
every two years
once every five years
Question 74. Question :
Eating disorders are diagnosed during _________________.
fifth and six decades
any age frame
Question 77. Question :
Which of the following is a very important question to ask during the history taking for a sports evaluation?
Has the child ever had a head injury?
Has the child ever fainted or lost consciousness during exercise?
Does the child ever get short of breath with exercise?
Has the child ever had prior surgery
Question 79. Question :
An adolescent with which of the following would not be considered at an increased risk for dental erosion?
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)