Chamberlain NR 283 Quiz 2/ Chamberlain NR283 Pathophysiology Quiz 2 (Latest, 2020) (This is the latest version, download to score A)
NR 283 Pathophysiology Quiz 2 / NR283 Quiz 2 (Latest): Chamberlain College of Nursing
Chamberlain NR 283 Quiz 2/ Chamberlain NR283 Pathophysiology Quiz 2 (Latest)
1.	What color sputum would most likely indicate a bacterial chest infection?
d.	Thick yellowish - green
2.	What happens in the lungs when the diaphragm and external intercostal muscles relax?
a.	Air is forced out of the lungs.
b.	Lung volume increases.
c.	Intrapulmonic pressure decreases.
d.	Intrapleural pressure decreases
3.	Tuberculosis is characterized by the following: (select all that apply)
a.	It is spread by respiratory droplets
b.	Cavitation of the lungs can occur
c.	With new drugs, treatment of the disease results in rapid recovery
d.	Active skin lesions in later stages of the disease containing mycoplasma.
e.	It can cause the formation of non-infectious tubercles containing live bacteria
4.	Why do secondary infections frequently develop in pruritic lesions?
a.	Loss of protective sebum
b.	Entry of resident flora while scratching the lesion
c.	Blockage of sebaceous glands
d.	Increased sweat production
5.	Tinea capitis is an infection involving the:
6.	The maximum volume of air a person can exhale after a maximum inspiration is termed the:
a.	expiratory reserve volume.
b.	inspiratory reserve volume.
c.	total lung capacity.
d.	vital capacity.
7.	What would hypercapnia cause?
a.	Increased serum pH
b.	Decreased respirations
c.	Respiratory acidosis
d.	Decreased carbonic acid in the blood
8.	Why are individuals susceptible to repeated infections with the influenza virus?
a.	Elderly patients are predisposed to secondary infections.
b.	The virus is transmitted by numerous routes.
c.	The virus is very difficult to destroy.
d.	Viral mutation reduces immunity from prior infections or vaccinations.
9.	The skin lesion of psoriasis is a(n):
a.	non-scaling, violet-colored pruritic papule.
c.	pruritic vesicle.
d.	erythematous, butterfly-shaped rash.
e.	thick, scaly plaque.
10.	In allergic individuals, the response to eating shellfish can be characterized: (select all that apply)
a.	as a Type I hypersensitivity reaction.
b.	bythe formation of keloids.
c.	by urticaria.
d.	as a disorder that potentially leads to anaphylaxis.
11.	Many types of skin infections, for example cellulitis (erysipelas), furuncles (boils), and impetigo are usually caused by:
a.	a virulent strain of group A Streptococcus.
b.	Mycobacterium leprae.
c.	Staphylococcus aureus
d.	Pseudomonas aeruginosa
12.	The usual manifestation of herpes simplex virus is:
a.	A painful nodule
c.	Cold sore or fever blister
13.	The cause of Kaposi sarcoma likely is:
a.	UV radiation
b.	Steroidal hormones
14.	Match the disease with the characteristics: (2 pts)
a.	Pemphigus			__d_ caused by human papillomavirus
b.	Atopic dermatitis		__c_ caused by a mite
c.	Scabies				__a_ an autoimmune disorder causing blisters
d.	Verrucae			__b_ commonly known as eczema
15.	Malignant melanoma develops from melanocytes in a nevus (moles). Skin cancer is suspected in any nevus that shows changes defined as the ABCD of melanoma. Identify the changes? (4 pts)