Exam 2 Assessment part 1

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Section 1

Question Answer
Aspiration is more common in the right middle and lower lobes?True
Chest pain is reported in 1 of 4 patients with panic and anxiety disordersTrue
A clenched fist over the sternum suggests musculoskeletal pain False
Lung tissue has pain fibersFalse
Anxious patients may describe paresthesias around the lips or extremitiesTrue
Cough can signal left sided heart failureTrue
Blood originating from the stomach is usually lighter than blood from the respiratory tractFalse

Section 2

Question Answer
Pleural effusions described as transudates are common withheart failure, cirrhosis, nephrotic syndrome
Pleural effusions described as exudates are common withpneumonia, malignancy, pulmonary embolism, tuberculosis, pancreatitis
Common conditions that cause pleuritic pain with deep inspirationviral pleurisy, pneumonia, pulmonary embolism, pericarditis, collagen vascular diseases

Section 3

Question Answer
Acute coughLess than 3 weeks
Subacute cough3-8 weeks
Chronic coughgreater than 8 weeks

Section 4

Question Answer
Common causes of acute coughviral upper respiratory infections, acute bronchitis, pneumonia, left-sided heart failure, asthma, ACE inhibitor, smoking, foreign body
Common causes of subacute coughpost-infectious cough, pertussis, acid reflux, bacterial sinusitis, asthma
Common causes of chronic coughpostnasal drip, asthma, GERD, chronic bronchitis, bronchiectasis

Section 5

Question Answer
diagnostically helpful symptoms of pneumoniafever, productive cough
diagnostically helpful symptoms of asthmawheezing
diagnostically helpful symptoms of acute coronary syndromeschest pain, dyspnea, orthopnea
hallmark symptoms of obstructive sleep apneadaytime sleepiness, snoring

Section 6

Question Answer
The 5 As Model to assess readiness to quit smokingAsk, Advise, Assess, Assist, Arrange
Stages of change modelPrecontemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, maintenance