NURS 6512 FINAL EXAM (2018): Walden University (Verified answers, Scored A)
NURS 6512 FINAL EXAM
1. Costovertebral angle tenderness should be assessed whenever you suspect the patient may have: -
2. In older adults, overflow fecal incontinence is commonly due to:
3. A 1 month old boy has been vomiting for 2 weeks. How is this symptom of GERD and pyloric stenosis further differentiated in this child’s assessment?
4. Auscultation of borborygmi is associated with:
5. When auscultating the abdomen, which finding would indicate collateral circulation between the portal and systemic venous systems? –
6. Conversion of fat-soluble wastes to water-soluble material for renal excretion is a function of the: -
7. The major function of the large intestine is: -
8. Which structure is located in the hypogastric region of the abdomen? –
9. A 45 year old man relates a several week history of severe intermittent abdominal burning sensations. He relates that the pain is relieved with small amounts of food. Before starting the physical examination, you review his laboratory work, anticipating a (n): -
10. You are caring for a patient with trigeminal neuralgia. During the assessment, the patient would describe the pain as: -
11. Your 85 year old patient is complaining of right knee pain. She has a history of osteoarthritis for which she is given anti-inflammatory medication. To assess her right knee pain, you should ask her if: - 12. A 5 year old is complaining of nondescriptive “belly pain.” Your next action should be to ask him to: - 13. The perception of pain: -
14. Patients presenting with ascites, jaundice, cutaneous spider veins, and nonpalpable liver exhibit signs of: -
15. A patient presents to the emergency department after a motor vehicle accident. The patient sustained blunt trauma to the abdomen and complains of pain in the upper left quadrant that radiates to the left shoulder. What organ is most likely injured?
16. Imaging studies reveal that a patient has dilation of the renal pelvis from an obstruction in the ureter, what condition will be documented in this patient’s health record? –
17. Visible intestinal peristalsis may indicate: -
18. Infants born weighing less than 1500g are at higher risk for:
19. Which of the following factors is not known to affect patient compliance with his or her treatment regimen? –
20. One of the most important aspects to consider in the orthopedic screening examination is: -
21. The sequence of the physical examination should be individualized to:
22. As you greet the patient, which examination technique is first implemented? –
23. Which of the following is most likely to enhance examiner reliability?
24. A 7 year old boy is brought to your office with a chief complaint of possible fracture to his left third finger. He jammed it while playing basketball 2 days ago. The mother states that she really does not think it is broken because he can move it. What is your best response? –
25. A patient presenting for the first time with typical low back pain should receive which of the following diagnostic tests?
26. Skeletal changes in older adults are the result of: -
27. A positive straight leg raise test usually indicates: -
28. What technique is performed at every infant examination during the first year of life to detect hipdislocation? -
29. Expected normal findings during inspection of spinal alignment include-
30. Temporalis and masseter muscles are evaluated by:-
31. When palpating joints, crepitus may be caused when: -
32. A 3 year old is brought to the clinic complaining of a painful right elbow. He is holding the right arm slightly flexed and pronated and refuses to move it. the mother states that symptoms started right after his older brother had been swinging him around by his arms. This presentation supports a diagnosis of: -
33. Light skin and thin body habitus are risk factors for: -
34. Risk factors for sports-related injuries include: -
35. Injuries to long bones and joints are more likely to result in fractures than in sprains until: -
36. Ligaments are stronger than bone until: -
37. The family history for a patient with joint pain should include information about siblings with: -
38. The Thomas test is used to detect: -
39. A goniometer is used to assess: -
40. During a football game, a player was struck on the lateral side of the left leg while his feet were firmly planted. He is complaining of left knee pain. To examine the left knee you should initially perform the ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬________ test. –
41. You note that a child has a positive Gower Sign. You know that this indicates generalized: -
42. The dowager hump is: -
43. What temporary disorder may be experienced by pregnant women during the third trimester because of fluid retention?–
44. A common finding in markedly obese and pregnant women is: -
45. A 45 year old laborer presents with low back pain, stating that the pain comes from the right buttock and shoots down and across the right anterior thigh, down the shin to the ankle. Which examination finding is considered more indicative of nerve root compression? -
46. Mrs. Bower is a 57 year old patient who comes in for an office visit. Which of the following disorders is known to be hereditary? –
47. Testing of cranial nerve ¬¬¬¬________ is not routinely performed unless a problem is suspected. – I
48. The patient is able to rapidly touch each finger to his thumb in rapid sequence. What does this finding mean? –
49. Which question asked by the examiner may hellp to determine prevention strategies for seizures that a patient is experiencing? –
50. A patient has a complaint of dizziness. The patient makes the following statement: “I sometimes feel as if the whole room is spinning.” What type of neurologic dysfunction should the examiner suspect? –
51. The examiner asks the patient to close her eyes, then places a vibrating tuning fork on the patient’s ankle and asks her to indicate what is felt. What is being assessed? -
52. Which of the following findings should an examiner consider a normal finding if associated with pregnancy? – -
52. Jack is a 52 year old obese man with a history of poorly controlled diabetes. He also smokes. Based on the above data, the examiner should recognize that Jack has several risk factors for: - -
53. Mrs. Jones is a 24 year old patient who presents to your office 2 days postpartum. She complains that she is experiencing foot drop. Which of the following problems should the examiner consider? –
54. The examiner is assessing deep tendon reflex response in a 12 year old boy. The response is an expected reflex response. Which of the following scores should be documented? –
55. A 68 year old patient presents to your office for follow-up. He tells you, “I have a hard time finding the right words when I am talking;” he also is experiencing numbness. On examination, you note postural instability. This symptom may be: -
56. Motor maturation proceeds in an orderly progression from: -
57. The thalamus is the major integration center for perception of: -
58. The examiner should be concerned about neurologic competence if a social smile cannot be elicited by the time a child is ________old. -
59. Normal changes of the aging brain include: - -
60. When interviewing a 70 year old female clinic patient, she tells you that she takes ginkgo biloba and St. John’s Wort. You make a short note to check for results of the: --
61. The area of body surface innervated by a particular spinal nerve is called a: - -
62. If a patient cannot shrug the shoulders against resistance, which cranial nerve (CN) requires further evaluation? – -
63. The finger-to-nose test allows assessment of: - -
64. You ask the patient to follow a series of short commands to assess: - -
65. As Mr. B. enters the room, you observe that his gait is wide based and he staggers from side to side while swaying his trunk. You would document Mr. B.’s pattern as: -
66. When is the mental status portion of the neurologic system examination performed? -
67. An aversion to touch or being held, along with delayed or absent language development, is a characteristic of: --
68. The autonomic nervous system coordinates which of the following? -
69. The major function of the sympathetic nervous system is to: - -
70. The parasympathetic nervous system maintains the day-to-day function of: -
71. Cerebrospinal fluid serves as a: - -
72. You are performing a two-point discrimination test as part of a well physical examination. The area with the ability to discern two points in the shortest distance is the: --
73. Which type of hallucination is most commonly associated with alcohol withdrawal? – -
74. On a scale of 0 to 4 , which deep tendon reflex score is appropriate for a finding of clonus in a patient? -
75. Which statement is true regarding mental status changes in older adults? – -
76. A characteristic related to syphilis or diabetic neuropathy is testicular: --
77. When collecting personal and social history data from a woman complaining of breast discomfort, you should question her regarding: - -
78. What risk factor is associated with cervical cancer? – -
79. A 23 year old female presents with severe right lower quadrant tenderness. All of the following should be considered in the differential except: - -
80. What is the initial diagnostic radiology test that should be ordered if you suspect a ruptured ovarian cyst? – -
81. A 17 year old male was brought into the emergency room with testicular/scrotal pain. The differential diagnosis should include all except: -
82. The nursing mother complains that her breasts are tender. You assess hard, shiny, and erythremicbreasts bilaterally. You should advise the patient to: - -
83. A normal vas deferens should feel: - -
84. In a woman complaining of a breast lump, it is most important to ask about: - -
85. The finding of a painless indurated lesion on the glans penis is most consistent with: - -
86. Thrombosed hemorrhoids are: - -
87. Pregnancy-related cervical changes include: -
88. You are inspecting the genitalia of an uncircumcised adult male. The foreskin is tight and cannot be easily retracted. You should: - -
89. An adolescent male is being seen for acute onset of left testicular pain. The pain started 3 hours ago. He complains of nausea and denies dysuria or fever. Your prioritized assessment should be to: -
90. A 23 year old white woman has come to the clinic because she has missed two menstrual periods. She states that her breasts have enlarged and that her nipples have turned a darker color. Your further response to this finding is: - -
91. What accommodations should be used in the position of a hearing-impaired woman for a pelvic examination? – -
92. Sexual differentiation in the fetus has occurred by ¬¬¬_______weeks gestation. - -
93. You are performing a clinical breast examination for a 55 year old woman. While palpating the supraclavicular area, you suspect that you felt a node. In order to improve your hooked technique, you should: --
94. If a firm, transverse ridge of compressed tissue is felt bilaterally along the lower edge of a 40 year old patient’s breast, you should: --
95. A therapeutic technique for dealing with grieving individuals is to: -
96. The examination of the newborn should begin with: - -
97. Which one of the following patient characteristics is most likely to limit patient reliability during history taking? – -
98. In crying infants, it is often difficult to: - -
99. Which of the following statements accurately reflects the sensitivity and specificity of laboratory tests? –-
100. Which medical condition would exclude one from sports participation? – -
101. Your 15 year old patient is athletic and thin. Radiography of an ankle injury reveals a stress fracture. You question this patient about her: - -
102. Which of the following are examined with the patient in a reclining 45 degree position? –-
103. Functional assessment is most important during the examination of a(n): --
104. The best way to ease the apprehension of a 3 year old child before a physical examination is to: - -
105. An ophthalmoscopic eye examination involves: - -
106. When conducting a geriatric assessment, basic activities of daily living (ADLs) include: -
107. The checkout station for preparticipation physical evaluation (PPE) is critical because at this point: -
108. Which of the following is true regarding the relationship between the examiner and the patient? –
109. Which of the following factors is not known to affect patient compliance with his or her treatment regimen? –
110. One of the most important aspects to consider in the orthopedic screening examination is: -
111. As you greet the patient, which examination technique is first implemented? –
112. Which portion of the physical examination is best done with the patient standing? –
113. Which patient position facilitates inspection of the chest and shoulders? –
114. The least reliable indicator of newborn distress is: -
115. Proprioception should be assessed while the patient is: -
116. Part of the screening orthopedic component of the examination includes evaluating the person while: -
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Multicultural teams in Leeds University Business School: What is related to their performance and to the students’ skills acquisition? How cultural differences affect the students\' perceptions?
Nowadays, the global marketplace requires employees with skills related to teamwork.
Multicultural teams are formed in Business Schools to supply the marketplace with skilful
graduates. The present work tries to provide to Business Schools guidance on achieving
their goal. It tests how the performance and the skills acquisition in the multicultural
teams is affected by multiple variables indicated by the literature (satisfaction, creativity,
openness, trust, conflict, language barriers, time available, groupthink, social loafing). In
addition, light is shed into the difference of the students’ perceptions that come from their
different cultural backgrounds.
An online questionnaire was formed for the purpose of this research and students from
the Leeds University Business School were asked to complete the questionnaires.
The findings suggest that performance as well as skills acquisition in multicultural teams
in the Business School are related to most of the variables that have been tested for.
However, as it concerns the perceptions of the students, there were not found significant
differences, caused by their different cultural backgrounds, for most of the variables.
The generalisability of these results is subject to certain limitations. The sampling method
used, the small sample (N=72) collected as well as the fact that the students who
completed the questionnaire were all students from a single University reduce the
generalisability of the results to the whole Business school students population in the
The relationship between higher education and the labour market has been changing as
a result of globalisation (Tomlinson, 2010). It has been extensively indicated that
organisations have shifted towards narrower span of control (Groth and Nisen, 2013)
which offers to the employees more responsibilities as well as greater initiative and more
chances to shine and show their skills. This has created an increasing demand in workready graduates and Universities’ obligation is to supply them (Holmes, 2013; Tomlinson,
Teamwork is widely known from organisations but over the last two decades the increase
of work teams and the significance of the team skills has been rapidly growing (eg.,
Appelbaum and Batt, 1997). Adding to this, working in teams requires much more than
traditional business skills (Tarricone and Luca, 2002). Employers seek for graduates with
collaboration and teamwork skills as they believe that these are essential in all working
settings. Specifically, skills such as communication, time management, collaboration,
and interpersonal skills are considered to be the most preferable amongst employers
(Tarricone and Luca, 2002; Ritter et al., 2018). In more details, Hernandez (2002)
indicated that employers seek employees who know how to work effectively with others.
It is not surprising that Business Schools are targeting to enhance the teamwork skills of
their graduates. Because of the high demand for teamwork in business and the fact that
students will eventually become employees, employers have turned to Higher education
and Business Schools to incorporate the leaning of teamwork into the curriculum, with
the idea that students would learn from this process a lot of useful skills for their future
careers skills (Hansen, 2006; Ritter et al., 2018). More and more Business schools are
including teamwork exercises and group projects in their curriculums (Crossman and
Multinational businesses are increasing and now universities are progressively
encouraging students to get equipped with useful skills for their future employment in a
global environment (Green et al., 2009). The cultural diversity in Universities in the UK
reaches high percentages with some Universities having students from more than 150
countries (Mantle, 2018). As a result, students get to work in an environment similar to
that of a multinational business. Schworm et al. (2017) indicated that students that work2
in multicultural teams in University, gain international experience which can lead to
achieving a successful career. That is to indicate how significant is for students to
develop these skills successfully taking on account the modern global marketplace. In
the case that multicultural teams in Business Schools fail to achieve their potential, this
will result in graduates without the skills required from the employers.
However, teams and specifically multicultural teams are very complex, and their success
depends on multiple variables (West, 2012). Business schools need to take on account
multiple elements to facilitate the teams’ efficiency and the students’ skill learning. One
of the most complex part that is not easy to control are the cultural differences and
therefore the students’ different perceptions which depend on the country they are
coming from (Hofstede, 2011).
1.2 Research Aim
This research aims to indicate to Business Schools and their students the elements that
they should focus on to experience multicultural teams’ effectiveness and gain useful
skills for their future careers. In addition, to help universities make possible changes and
improvements on the way that student teams work, this research will look into how the
students evaluate the different cases in these diverse teams.
1.3 Research Questions
Hypothesis Group 1:
H1a: Satisfaction is positively correlated with the team performance in multicultural
teams in LUBS.
H1b: Creativity is positively correlated with the team performance in multicultural
teams in LUBS.
H1c: Openness is positively correlated with the team performance in multicultural
teams in LUBS.
H1d: Trust is positively correlated with the team performance in multicultural teams
H1e: Skill learning is positively correlated with the team performance in multicultural
teams in LUBS.
Hypothesis Group 2:
H2a: Conflict is negatively correlated with the team performance in multicultural
teams in LUBS
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