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1

Which of the following is a cause of edema? A. Cardiac, B. Nutritional, C. Positional, D. All of the above

D. All of the above

2

What size of the pupil is considered large when using the Snellen eye chart? A. >8mm, B. >5mm, C. >3mm, D. > 1mm

B. >5mm

3

Where is the best location to assess a patient’s point of maximal impulse? A. 2nd left interspace, B. 4th or 5th ICS at the midclavicular line, C. left lower sternal border, D. 2nd right interspace

B. 4th or 5th ICS at the midclavicular line

4

What is a murmur-like sound heard using the diaphragm of the stethoscope? A. Aortic stenosis B. Mitral regurgitation C. Thrill D. Bruit

D. Bruit

5

Which of the following is known as the fifth vital sign? A. pain B. weight C. IQ D. shoe size

A. Pain

6

Which of the following is NOT part of the Kubler-Ross 5 Stages in a person’s response to death? A. Denial and isolation B. anger, C. buying a new car D. acceptance

C. buing a new car

7

Which of the following means near sighted? A. presbyopia B. biplopia C. lopilopia D. myopia

D. Myopia

8

PMI stands for..... A. Pressure Maintenance Impact B. Point of Maximal Impulse C. Partial Magnetic Imaging D. Periventricular Myogenic Ischemia E. Percutaneous Myocardial Incision

B. Point of maximal impulse

9

How high do we need to raise the head of the bed when measuring a Jugular Venous Pressure (JVP)? a) 10 degrees, b) 20 degrees c) 30 degrees d) 40 degrees

C. 30 degrees

10

Which of the following is NOT a part of the CAGE questionnaire for alchohol? a) Have you ever felt the need to cut down on your drinking? b) Have you ever felt the need to have a drink first thing in the morning? c) Have you ever felt guilty about drinking? d) Have you ever been annoyed by your drinking habits? e) None of the above

E. None of the above

11

Which grade of murmur intensity is the loudest? A. Gade 2 B. Grade 3 C. Grade 4 D. Grade 6

D. Grade 6

12

Visibility of hard and soft palate, upper portion of the tonsils, and uvula describes which Mallampati score? A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4

B. 2

13

All of the following are characteristics of a symptom except: A. Characteristic/Quality of a symptom B. Location of a symptom C. Onset of a symptom D. Radiation of a symptom E. All of the above are characterisitcs of a symptom

E. All of the above are characterisitcs of a symptom

14

Where is the best place on the chest for the auscultation of the aortic valve? a. 2nd-3rd right interspace b. 2nd-3rd left interspace c. left sternal border d. apex

a. 2nd-3rd right interspace

15

what level does the trachea bifurcate. A. C4 B. C6 C. T2 D T4

D. T4

16

Which mallampati score will give the examiner a view of the soft and hard palates but only the base of the uvula? A) MAL 1(I) B) MAL 2(II) C) MAL 3 (III) D) MAL 4 (IV)

C) MAL 3 (III)

17

Which of the following is a clinical term for nosebleeds? A) Epistaxis B) Rhinorrhea C) Nasal Episode D) Vertigo

A) Epistaxis

18

What mnemonic do we use to remember the 7 characteristics of a symptom? A) MISMADE B) DAMMITS C) CALCIUM D) CHLORIDE

D) CHLORIDE

19

Heart Rate is most commonly assessed on which artery? A.) Femoral B.) Radial C.) Brachial D.) Carotid

B.) Radial

20

upon assesment of a patient, you notice that the patient has nystagmus. What test might you have performed to assess this? A. Rinne Test B. Snellen Eye test C. Weber Test D. Extraocular Movement Test E. None of the above

D. Extraocular Movement Test

21

upon assesment of a patient, you notice that the patient seems to have a mid-diastolic murmur. Where might you have listened for this? A. 2nd-3rd right interspace B. 2nd-3rd left interspace C. left sternal border D. apex E. None of the above

D. Apex (most likely due to mitral stenosis)

22

upon assesment of a patient, you notice that the patient seems to have a mid-systolic murmur. Where might you have listened for this? A. 2nd-3rd right interspace B. 2nd-3rd left interspace C. left sternal border D. apex E. None of the above

A. 2nd-3rd right interspace (most likely due to aortic stenosis)

23

A normal resting heart rate for adults ranges from __________ beats per minute. a. 40-60 b. 50-80 c. 60-100 d. 100-120

c. 60-100

24

upon assesment of a patient, you notice that the patient's soft palate does not move with phonation. This may be due to damage to which cranial nerve? A. CN VIII B. CN IX C. CN X D. CN XI E. CN XII

C. CN X

25

When interviewing a patient, which of the following is in the patient's own words? A.) Initial information B.) Chief complaint C.) History of present illness D.) Past history E.) All of the above

B.) Chief complaint

26

During a pre-op examination, a patient tells you he has several loose teeth. Which pair of teeth would be most concerning for you, the anesthetist? A. 6-7 B. 8-9 C. 10-11 D. 22-23 E. 26-27

B. 8-9

27

You are meeting a patient in pre-op who has consented to a debridement of the mandible. Which of the following would have the greatest impact on your intubation plan? A. Thyromental distance B. Malampati Score C. Nasal Exam D. A & B E. B & C

E. B & C

28

What is the size of a normal mouth opening? A) 2-3cm B) 6-7cm C)4-5 cm D) 7-8cm

C)4-5 cm

29

True or False: Measurement of visual acuity using a Snellen Eye chart should be performed with the patient wearing glasses or contacts if the patient normally requires visual correction.

TRUE

30

When a patient has a Mallampati score of class 3, the anesthetist has:

A) full visibility of tonsils, uvula, and soft palate

B) visibility of hard and soft palate, upper portion of tonsis, and uvula

C) Visibility of soft and hard palate and base of the uvula

D) Only hard palate is visible

 

C) Visibility of soft and hard palate and base of the uvula

31

Tinnitus is: 

A) ringing in the ear

B) stiffness in the neck

C) metallic taste in the mouth

D) swelling in the nose

A) ringing in the ear

32

During an HEENT exam you notice the patient presents with anisocoria. Which of the following statements is true?

A)  It is considered benign if pupillary reaction is normal
B) They are likely to be a difficult intubation
C)It may be a result of improper patient positioning
D) You test for it using a tuning fork

A) it is considered benign if pupillary reaction is normal

33

_________ reaction occurs when one shines a light into an eye and its pupil constricts, while ______ reaction occurs when the opposite pupil constricts.

a) Consensual; direct

b) Direct; consensual

c) Direct; indirect

d) Whats a pupil?

B) direct ; consensual

34

A bruit is observed by what clinical method.

A.  Inspection

B.  Palpation

C.  Auscultation

D. Percussion

C) auscultation

35

Q: When inspecting the throat and pharynx during the HEENT exam, the rise of the soft palate during phonation ensures that this cranial nerve is intact.

CN X (Vagus)

36

When manually taking blood pressure, to what pressure do you inflate the cuff?
a. 40 mmHg above disappearance of brachial pulse
b. 35 mmHg above disappearance of brachial pulse
c. 30 mmHg above disappearance of brachial pulse
d. 25 mmHg above disappearance of brachial pulse

c. 30 mmHg above disappearance of brachial pulse

37

what level does the trachea bifurcate.

A. C4
B. C6
C. T2
D T4

D ) T4

38

Murmurs Are
a. Shorter in Duration than Heart Sounds
b.Longer in Duration than heart Sounds
c. The Same duration yet heard in a different location
d. None of the above

b. longer in duration that heart sounds

39

1) Which of the following is a clinical term for nosebleeds?
A) Epistaxis
B)Rhinorrhea
C)Nasal Episode
D) Vertigo

A) Epistaxis

40

Normal JVP or JVD is what distance above the sternal angle?
A. 1-2 cm
B. 3-4 cm
C. 4-5 cm
D. 5-6 cm

B. 3-4 cm

41

What is considered to be a normal pupil diameter (mm)?

a.1

b.2

c.4

d.6

C) 4