Test Questions for Oxygenation-Hanako-anskey

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Test Questions for Oxygenation Prepared by: Ms. Hanako S. Aranilla The goal of oxygen therapy is to prevent or relieve hypoxia. Any client with impaired tissue oxygenation can benefit from controlled oxygen administration. As with any drug, the dosage or concentration of oxygen should be continuously monitored. 1. Mr. Bravo, a client with COPD is a candidate for home oxygen therapy. Which of the following could not be an indication for home oxygen therapy? a. Arterial partial pressure (PaO2) of 75 mmHg or less b. Evidence of cor pulmonale c. Clients with chronic cardiopulmonary diseases d. Arterial oxygen saturation (SaO2) of 88% or less on room air at rest, on exertion, or exercise. 2. Nurse Adele coordinates with the client and his family regarding home oxygen and ensures their ability to maintain the oxygen delivery system. Which of the following statements if said by the client would warrant attention? a. Client says he will take in 2.5-3L of fluids each day. b. Client expresses that he will call a HCP if his sputum changes color, viscosity, or odor. c. Client says that when smoking he will have someone else light the cigarette, then hand it to him. d. Client acknowledges that he will use controlled or "huff" coughing techniques. 3. Nurse Adele evaluates if Mr. Bravo knows how to perform “huff coughing” after their learning session. Which of the following statements of Mr. Bravo is correct? a. “I will take a slow, deep breath and hold it for 2 seconds. Then I will open my mouth and perform series of coughs throughout exhalation.” b. “While exhaling, I will say the word huff to stimulate my natural cough reflex.” c. “While inhaling, I will say the word huff to stimulate my natural cough reflex.” d. “While I’m breathing out, I will push inward and upward on my abdominal muscles toward my diaphragm” Oxygen can be delivered to the client by nasal cannula, nasal catheter, face mask, or mechanical ventilator. 4. The doctor ordered oxygen via nasal cannula for Mr. Heeka, a client with COPD. Nurse Adele correctly follows the order if she does the following: 1. Inspect client for signs and symptoms associated with hypoxia and presence of secretions. 2. Perform hand hygiene 3. Attach nasal cannula to oxygen tubing 4. Attach tubing to humidified oxygen source 5. Maintain sufficient slack on oxygen tubing and secure to client’s clothes 6. Place tips of cannula into client’s nares, and adjust elastic headband or plastic slide until cannula fit snugly and comfortably. 7. Check cannula every 8 hours
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a. 1234567 b. 1234657 c. 1356724 d.1345672 5. The doctor changed the order and put Mr. Heeka on a non-rebreather mask. The client’s wife asked how much oxygen does the mask delivers. Nurse Adele correctly informs the wife that: a. It delivers 6-8 L/min or 40-60% oxygen b. It delivers 4-6 L/min or 24-26% oxygen c. It delivers 8-11 L/min or 50-75% oxygen d. It delivers 12 L/min or 80-100% oxygen Incentive spirometry is a method of encouraging voluntary deep breathing by providing visual
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2012 for the course BSN 101 taught by Professor Prof.emilsisco during the Spring '12 term at University of the Philippines Diliman.

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