NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check

NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check

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  • Question 1

    1 out of 1 points

     Parasympathetic nerves to the heart releases what  the neurotransmitter?

    Selected Answer:

    acetylcholine

  • Question 2

    1 out of 1 points

     Prinzmetal angina is caused by:

    Selected Answer:

    vasospasm of the coronary artery

  • NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check Question 3

    1 out of 1 points

    Which of the following laws is defined as “Within limits, a greater end-diastolic volume will produce a greater contractile force during systole”?

    Selected Answer:

    Frank-Starling law

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  • Question 4

    1 out of 1 points

    Sympathetic nerves to the heart releases what  the neurotransmitter?

    Selected Answer:

    norepinephrine

  • Question 5

    1 out of 1 points

    Collapse of alveoli is a(n):

    Selected Answer:

    Atelectasis

    NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check
  • Question 6

    1 out of 1 points

    A person who has pulmonary edema will exhibit which symptoms?

    Selected Answer:

    dullness to percussion over the lung bases, inspiratory crackles, and pink frothy sputum

  • Question 7

    1 out of 1 points

    The most effective way to measure the adequacy of alveolar ventilation is to measure:

    Selected Answer:

    PaCO2

  • Question 8

    1 out of 1 points

    How much oxygen does the myocardium extract from the coronary arteries?

    Selected Answer:

    70%

  • Question 9

    1 out of 1 points

    The presence of pus in the pleural cavity is a(n): NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check

    Selected Answer:

    Empyema

  • Question 10

    1 out of 1 points

     Parasympathetic stimulation causes airways to:

    Selected Answer:

    constrict

  • Question 11

    1 out of 1 points

     Ischemic pain in the lower extremities that occurs while walking but disappears when resting is a description of which condition? NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check

    Selected Answer:

     Intermittent claudication

  • Question 12

    1 out of 1 points

    Sympathetic stimulation causes airways to:

    Selected Answer:

    dilate

  • NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check Question 13

    1 out of 1 points

     Inflammation of the membranous sac that surrounds the heart is a description of which condition?

    Selected Answer:

     Pericarditis

  • Question 14

    1 out of 1 points

    Inflammatory mediators released during an acute asthma episode cause:

    Selected Answer:

    inflammation, hypersecretion of mucous, and bronchial smooth muscle constriction

  • NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check Question 15

    1 out of 1 points

    A patient that is hyperventilating will have a decreased:

    Selected Answer:

    PaCO2

  • Question 16

    1 out of 1 points

     A person with a respiratory rate of 12 breaths per minute and a minute volume of 6.0 L/minute has a tidal volume of :

    Selected Answer:

    500 ml

  • NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check Question 17

    1 out of 1 points

    Acute rheumatic fever is a complication of  a:

    Selected Answer:

    streptococcal infection of the pharynx

  • Question 18

    1 out of 1 points

    Passage of fluid and/or solid particles into the lungs is a(n):

    Selected Answer:

    Aspiration

  • NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check Question 19

    1 out of 1 points

    Norepinephrine action on a1-adrenergic receptors causes ________________________.

    Selected Answer:

    vasoconstriction

  • Question 20

    1 out of 1 points

    Binding of ATP to myosin that enables myocardial contraction requires which electrolyte?

    Selected Answer:

    calcium

     

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  • Question 1
    1.  Parasympathetic nerves to the heart releases what  the neurotransmitter?
    serotonin
    epinephrine
    norepinephrine
    acetylcholine 

    1 points
    Question 2
    1.  Prinzmetal angina is caused by:
    obstruction of a coronary artery
    vasospasm of the coronary artery
    thrombus within the coronary artery
    dissection of the coronary artery

    1 points
    Question 3
    1. Which of the following laws is defined as "Within limits, a greater end-diastolic volume
    will produce a greater contractile force during systole"?
    Laplace’s law
    Frank-Starling law
    Autonomic law
    Laplace’s law

    1 points

    Question 4
    1. Sympathetic nerves to the heart releases what  the neurotransmitter?
    serotonin
    epinephrine
    norepinephrine
    acetylcholine

    1 points
    Question 5
    1. Collapse of alveoli is a(n):
    Empyema
    Aspiration
    Atelectasis
    Hemoptysis

    1 points
    Question 6
    1. A person who has pulmonary edema will exhibit which symptoms?
    resonance to percussion over the lung bases, inspiratory wheezing, foul smelling sputum
    dullness to percussion over the lung bases, inspiratory crackles, and pink frothy sputum
    resonance to percussion over the lung bases, inspiratory wheezing, and pink frothy
    sputum
    dullness to percussion over the lung bases,  inspiratory wheezing, foul smelling sputum

    1 points
    Question 7
    1. The most effective way to measure the adequacy of alveolar ventilation is to measure:
    ventilatory effort

    PaCO2
    PaO2
    respiratory rate

    1 points
    Question 8
    1. How much oxygen does the myocardium extract from the coronary arteries?
    40%
    50%
    60%
    70%
    1 points
    Question 9
    1. The presence of pus in the pleural cavity is a(n):
    Empyema
    Atelectasis
    Aspiration
    Hemoptysis

    1 points
    NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check Question 10
    1.  Parasympathetic stimulation causes airways to:
    dilate
    constrict
    collapse
    trap air

    1 points

    Question 11
    1.  Ischemic pain in the lower extremities that occurs while walking but disappears when
    resting is a description of which condition?
    Pericarditis
    Varicose veins
    Intermittent claudication
    Thromboangiitis obliterans

    1 points
    Question 12
    1. Sympathetic stimulation causes airways to:
    dilate
    constrict
    collapse
    trap air

    1 points
    Question 13
    1.  Inflammation of the membranous sac that surrounds the heart is a description of which
    condition?
    Pericarditis
    Varicose veins
    Intermittent claudication
    Thromboangiitis obliterans

    1 points
    NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check Question 14
    1. Inflammatory mediators released during an acute asthma episode cause:

    inflammation, hypersecretion of mucous, and bronchial smooth muscle
    constriction
    inflammation, bleeding, and bronchial smooth muscle constriction
    bronchial smooth muscle dilation, alveolar collapse, and retained PaCO2
    bronchial smooth muscle dilation, inflammation, and thick mucous

    1 points
    Question 15
    1. A patient that is hyperventilating will have a decreased:
    saturation
    Pa02
    PaCO2
    minute volume

    1 points
    Question 16
    1.  A person with a respiratory rate of 12 breaths per minute and a minute volume of 6.0
    L/minute has a tidal volume of :
    720 ml
    600 ml
    1000 ml
    500 ml

    1 points
    Question 17
    1. Acute rheumatic fever is a complication of  a:
    streptococcal infection of the pharynx
    staphylococcal infection of pharynx
    E. Coli infection of the kidney

    Pseudomonas infection of the lung

    1 points
    Question 18
    1. Passage of fluid and/or solid particles into the lungs is a(n):
    Empyema
    Aspiration
    Atelectasis
    Hemoptysis

    1 points
    Question 19
    1. Norepinephrine action on a1-adrenergic receptors causes ________________________.
    vasoconstriction
    vasodilation
    bradycardia
    hypotension

    1 points
    Question 20
    1. Binding of ATP to myosin that enables myocardial contraction requires which
    electrolyte?
    calcium
    magnesium
    sodium
    potassium

  • NURS – 6501N Module 2 week 3 Knowledge Check

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