Medical Surgical Nursing Test - 14

1. Heparin is a form of:
2. Arthroscopy:
3. The key aim of meniscus surgery is to:
4. Transtibial amputation results in amputation at:
5. The most common reason why amputation is performed is:
6. Cauda equina syndrome is:
7. In the first 24 hours post hypophysectomy the nurse checks for:
8. Graves' disease is:
9. Another name for vasectomy is:
10. The term azoospermia refers to:
11. Spermatogenesis refers to:
12. A fibroid tumour is also known as:
13. A fibroid tumour is also known as:-
14. Dilation refers to:
15. A client had a total thyroidectomy yesterday. The client is complaining of tingling around the mouth and in the fingers and toes. What would the nurses’ next action be?
16. The client is admitted to the hospital with hypertensive crises. Diazoxide (Hyperstat) is ordered. During administration, the nurse should:
17. The client is admitted with left-sided congestive heart failure. In assessing the client for edema, the nurse should check the:
18. The best method of evaluating the amount of peripheral edema is:
19. The client with Alzheimer’s disease is being assisted with activities of daily living when the nurse notes that the client uses her toothbrush to brush her hair. The nurse is aware that the client is exhibiting:
20. A client with a diagnosis of HPV is at risk for which of the following?