NSG 6020 Week 1 Quiz – Building a Comprehensive Health History

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NSG 6020 Week 1 Quiz 1, Building a Comprehensive Health History

  1. When recording assessments during the construction of the problem-oriented medical record, the examiner should:
  2. What finding is unique to the documentation of a physical examination of an infant?
  3. The quality of a symptom, such as pain, is subjective information that should be:
  4. When communicating with older children & teenagers, you should be sensitive to their:
  5. J.M. has been seen in your clinic for 5 years. She presents today with signs & symptoms of acute sinusitis. The type of history that is warranted is a(n) _____ history.
  6. An example of a complementary care modality is:
  7. Mr. D. complains of a headache. During the history, he mentions his use of alcohol & illicit drugs. This information would most likely belong in the:
  8. In issues surrounding ethical decision making, beneficence refers to the:
  9. Which of the following is an effective adjunct to document location of findings during recording of physical examinations?
  10. The examiner s evaluation of a patient s mental status belongs in the:
  11. Which of the following is considered an IADL but not an ADL?
  12. Constitutional symptoms in the ROS refer to:
  13. Which action would best promote accurate translations as well as confidentiality when the caregiver does not speak the patient s language?
  14. Allergies to drugs & foods are generally listed in which section of the medical record?
  15. During an interview, tears appear in the patient s eyes & his voice becomes shaky. Initially, you should:
  16. Which question would be considered a leading question?
  17. Periods of silence during the interview can serve important purposes, such as:
  18. After you ask a patient about her family history, she says, Tell me about your family now. Which response is generally most appropriate?
  19. A brief statement of the reason the patient is seeking health care is called the:
  20. The duties of care providers established by tradition, and within the context of culture, are known as:

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