Health History and Interview
Pain
Cardiac Assessment
Lung Assessment
HEENT Assessments
100
What is data stated by patient?
subjective
100
Define pain.
What is what the patient says it is.
100
What sound is in 2nd sternal border left side of heart?
What is pulmonic
100
What is the angle of ribs?
What is 45 degrees?
100
What is the name of the lymph nodes found in the upper arm alongside the brachial artery?
What is epitrochlear?
200

What does the T stand for in the mnemonic: OLDCARTS?

What is timing/onset or treatment

200
What are the parameters of a thorough pain assessment?
What is Parameters of thorough pain assessment • Character onset or provocation, Quality, Region of radiation • Location, timing, severity, pattern • Associated factors: What relieves and aggravates it?
200
What sound is in 2nd sternal border right side of heart?
What is aortic
200
What are objective signs observed during a physical examination for lung assessment?
What is shape of chest (barrel chest), breathe sounds, respiratory rate, color of skin?
200
What is the number of minutes bowel sounds are considered absent?
What is 5 minutes?
300
How should the reason for seeking health care be written?
What is in patient’s own words and in quotations.
300
Define chronic pain.
What is constant pain for at least 6 months
300
What should you ask patient to do when listening to carotid artery?
What is hold breath
300
What is the breath sounds are heard over the periphery of the lungs?
What is vesicular
300
Describe the confrontation test.
What is Use cards to cover same eye, stand 1-2 feet apart, wiggle fingers in the superior, lateral, nasal, and inferior positions and ask the patient to say now when he or she sees the fingers come into view.
400

Current medications, past surgeries, and past medical issues are all a part of this?

What is a health history.

400
What is the effect of severe pain on vital signs?
What is increased heart rate, increased respiratory rate, increase blood pressure equals severe pain.
400
The next step for fully distended jugular veins seen at supine is?
What is sit the patient at a 45 degree angle.?
400
What is the normal percussion note over lungs?
What is resonance?
400
What part of the stethoscope is used to check for murmurs?
What is bell?
500
What should be included in the patient’s review of systems? a) An illustration of the patient’s history b) Patient’s subjective data c) The examination observations d) The patient’s recent personal history from past to present
What is b) Patient’s subjective data
500
Define the type of pain perceived in a missing limb or a paralyzed body part.
What is Phantom pain
500
What position enhances apical pulsation and displaces heart toward chest?
What is left lateral supine position
500
What part of the hand should be used to palpate fremitus?
What is ball of hand or ulnar portion
500
What is the normal tympanic membrane color?
What is translucent pearl gray?
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