Block 2, Book 2 Chapter 1

Block 2, Book 2 Chapter 1 - Question 1 Multiple Choice All...

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Question 1 Multiple Choice 1 points All of the following encourage patient communication EXCEPT: listening closely to everything the patient says maintaining eye contact throughout the interview / Using sophisticated medical technology asking the patient for clarification Question 2 Multiple Choice 1 points Which of the following actions can you take to establish rapport with a patient early in the interview? Ask as many questions as possible to get her attention. Be as stiff and emotionless as possible. / Respond to her condition with empathy. Do not allow her to discuss her chief complaint freely. Question 3 Multiple Choice 1 points Which of the following is NOT part of the preliminary patient data? Date and time of physical exam Patient's age and occupation Source of information about the patient / Chief complaint Question 4 Multiple Choice 1 points Which of the following body positions best communicates that you care about your patient's problems? Standing close to the patient so that you are above him Standing far from the patient so as to practice good hygiene Sitting at the patient's level across the room / Sitting beside the patient, addressing him at eye level Question 5 Multiple Choice 1 points When speaking with your patient, you should: speak very softly so as to not frighten the patient / speak in a calm, reassuring voice speak loudly so that everyone in the room can hear you demand out loud that you have the patient's full attention Question 6 Multiple Choice 1 points Which words or terms should you use when addressing your patient?
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Endearing terms, such as "sweetie,""honey," or "pops" No terms, because they can make her nervous / Terms of the patient's choice Formal titles , like "Mr. Smith" Question 7 Multiple Choice 1 points Which of the following nonverbal cues demonstrates your sincerity to the patient? Averting your gaze most of the time so you do not embarrass the patient Crossing your arms across your chest and tapping your foot / Offering a comforting touch or shaking thepatient's hand Continuing to touch thepatient even after he withdraws or becomes hostile Question 8 Multiple Choice 1 points When questioning a teenaged female complaining of abdominal pain about a possible pregnancy, you should: question her in front of her parents so she will be more likely to be truthful / question her in private, without her parents nearby, so she will be more likely to be truthful
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