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ATTENTION:

Kindly note that you will be presented with 50 questions randomized from the NOUN question bank. Make sure to take the quiz multiple times so you can get familiar with the questions and answers, as new questions are randomized in each attempt.

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1. ______ are used by nurses to gather information about a patient's condition.

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2.

Listening to sounds produced by the body to assess normal conditions and deviations from
normal is done through___

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3.

The _______ obtained from the nursing history and physical examination is used to
determine the strengths of the client or responses that the client exhibits in response to health
problem.

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4. Palpation is the examination of the _______ through the use of touch.

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5.

Auscultation is particularly useful in evaluating sounds from the heart, lungs, ______and
vascular system.

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6.

Percussion has limited usefulness in the______ because X rays and other diagnostic tests
provide the same information in a much more accurate manner

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7. _______is hand-on examination of the client.

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8. The _______ provides information about the patient‟s prior state of health.

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9.

_______ is particularly useful in evaluating sounds from the heart, lungs, abdomen and
vascular system.

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10. _____ is identified as the first step of the nursing process

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11.

Data that can be observed by one person and verified by another person observing the same
patient are known as_______

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12. ______ is the examination of the body through the use of touch.

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13. The ______of pain refers to the onset and duration of the pain experience

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14.

Assessment of the eyes should be carried out in an orderly fashion, moving from the
extraocular structures to the___

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15.

Functional health patterns format includes an initial collection of important health
information followed by assessment of______ areas of health status or function

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16. Gray hair can occur as a result of decreased melanin,_______ or aging.

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17. ______ is used to determine exact ROM in joints with limited ROM

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18.

Objective data is obtained through________ to determine the patient‟s physical status,
limitations, and assets.

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19. The bell of the stethoscope is used for ______sounds

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20. Subjective data is gathered during________

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21.

Localized hot, red, swollen painful areas indicate the presence of_______ and possible
infection.

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22.

An _______ describes a hand-on data collection process, while a database identifies a
specific list of data to be collected.

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23. An accurate and thorough health assessment reflects the knowledge and skills of a____

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24. The tips of the fingers can be used to palpate_____

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25. _______ is observed or measured by the professional nurse.

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26.

Assessment of the eyes should be carried out in an orderly fashion, moving from the
extraocular structures to the_____

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27. _____is the first step of the nursing process

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28. ______ is a complex multidimensional experience.

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29. In ______ cultures, breast selfexamination may be considered a form of masturbation

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30. The focus of nursing care is attainment, sustenance, and ______of health.

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31.

_______ determine if a patient has responded to nursing care sufficiently enough to be
recommended for discharge.

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32. Creating a climate of trust and respect is critical to establishing a _______relationship.

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33.

The purpose of _______ is to obtain information about the client‟s health in his or her own
words and based on the client‟s own perceptions.

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34. An _______describes a hands-on data collection process

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35.

______ is an essential nursing function which provides foundation for quality nursing care
and intervention.

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36. Objective data is observed or measured by the_____

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37. Hair color is determined by the amount of____

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38.

________ is usually referred to as covert (hidden) data or as a symptom, when it is perceived
by the client and cannot be observed by others.

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39. Physical assessment of the ear consists of ______ parts

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40.

In physical assessment of the integumentary system, the techniques of inspection and______
will be used

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41.

_______ of data from health assessment creates a client record or becomes an addition to an
existing health record.

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42. The report of _______is a social transaction

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43. ICS stands for_______

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44.

The information obtained from the nursing history and physical examination is used to
determine the strengths of the client or responses that the client exhibits in response
to______.

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45.

The purpose of the nursing assessment is to enable you to make a clinical judgment or
diagnosis about a client‟s health status.

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46. The bell of the _______ is more sensitive to low-pitched sounds

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47. The _______ of the stethoscope is more sensitive to low-pitched sounds

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48.

An accurate and thorough health assessment reflects the ______ and skills of a professional
nurse.

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49. Assessment is_______ step of nursing process

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50. The data collected during an interview comes from primary and _______sources

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