NURS 6512N Final Exam Review 3 – Week 7 to 11

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NURS 6512N Final Exam Review (Week 7-11)

Heart, Lungs, and Peripheral Vascular (Week 7: Ch. 13, 14, & 15)
  • Examination techniques of the Heart, Lungs, and PV systems (See Notes)
  • Examination findings of arterial blood flow in infants (339) (345)
  • Examination findings of the heart and lungs in a patient with illegal drug use (266)
  • Description: shortness of breath (orthopnea, platypnea. Tachypnea, bradypnea) (265)
  • Symptoms associated with intrathoracic infection
  • Percussion techniques when examining the lungs (273-275)
  • Examination findings when percussing the lungs (274)
  • Cardiac examination findings for a patient with rheumatic fever (330-331)
  • Grading of heart murmurs (311-313)
  • Evaluation of ECG tracings (298-299)
  • Examination technique for the apical pulse
  • Examining technique for different cardiac sounds and their names (309-311)
  • Varicosity findings in pregnant women(338) (345)
  • Examination of peripheral arteries(338-339)
  • Examination of ammonia in breath odor (274)
  • Grading of pulses (340)
  • Examination findings of a child with Kawasaki disease (349)
  • Examination findings of a patient with peripheral edema (344)
  • Miscellaneous
Assessing Musculoskeletal Pain (Week 8: Ch. 21 & Review 4)
  • Diagnostic tests for patients with carpal tunnel (524) (536)
  • Examination techniques used for muscle and joint pain
  • Spinal deformities noted during examination (518-519)
  • Characteristic examination findings for Rheumatoid Arthritis (513) (538)
  • Orthopedic screening evaluation techniques (538-539) (585)
  • Characteristic examination findings consistent with Osteoarthritis (538)
  • Characteristic examination findings consistent with Gout (536)
  • Miscellaneous:
Assessment of Cognition and the Neurologic System (Week 9: Ch. 5 & 22)
  • Examination findings associated with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)- (pg. 77) disorder with genetic component potentially affecting dopamine Behavior patterns of a patient with Schizophrenia, Depression, Anxiety, and Mania(Pg. 76-77).
  • Examination techniques of all Cranial Nerves
  • Deep Tendon Reflex evaluation- (pg. 564)
  • Examination technique and findings for nuchal rigidity- (pg. 565-566) a stiff neck or
  • Miscellaneous
Assessing the Genitalia and Rectum Case Study (Week 10: Ch. 16, 18, 19, & 20)
  • Significance of Montgomery tubercles
  • Examination findings of breast changes during menopausal
  • Examination findings consistent with breast cancer in females
  • Proper technique for using a speculum during the vaginal exam (430-431)
  • Proper technique for the bimanual examination
  • Risk factors for testicular and Penile cancer (470)
  • Normal vs abnormal bowel findings in newborns
  • Proper technique for examining the male genitalia, including the prostate
  • Proper Technique for examining the prostate (491)
  • Risk factors for colorectal cancer (498)
  • Examination findings consistent with Benign Prostate Hypertrophy (498)
  • Examination position when assessing anal sphincter tone
  • Characteristics of menopausal disorder
  • Characteristics of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (462)
  • Examination findings consistent with Prostate Cancer nurs 6512n final exam
  • Characteristics of Hydrocele, Epididymitis, Epispadias, and Hypospadias
  • Cancer of the Male Genitalia (Penile/Testicular) (470)
  • Miscellaneous
The Ethics Behind Assessment (Week 11: Ch. 23 24) [Review: Ch. 16 & 18]
  • Ethical considerations when completing adolescent sports physicals with no injuries vs adolescents with previous injuries
  • Diagnostics tests used to evaluate sports injuries (583, 585-587, 588-589)
  • Examination of children with heart murmurs when conducting a sports physical (583)
  • Ethical considerations to be made as Advanced Practice Registered Nurse
  • Miscellaneousnurs 6512n final exam

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