quiz 26 - ViewAttempt2of2 Title: Kee Ch 26 (7th ed)...

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View Attempt 2 of 2 Title: Kee Ch 26 (7th ed) Started: November 14, 2011 7:42 PM Submitte d: November 14, 2011 7:47 PM Time spent: 00:05:31 Total score: 23/24 = 95.8333% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 24 1. Pain that persists for more than 6 months is referred to as: Student Response Value Feedback A. acute pain B. chronic pain 100% C. superficial pain D. visceral pain General Feedback: Chronic pain may last longer than 6 months and has specific signs and symptoms associated with it. Score: 1/1 2. A client is ordered to receive a nonopioid analgesic. These are usually used to treat: Student Response Value Feedback A. acute severe pain B. visceral (deep) pain C. acute mild pain 100% D. superficial moderate to severe pain General Feedback: Nonopioid analgesics are used for mild to moderate pain and may be available OTC. Score: 1/1
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3. Acute pain resulting from a nonoperative procedure or injury is usually controlled with nonopioid analgesics. Severe acute pain is frequently treated using: Student Response Value Feedback A. aspirin B. acetaminophen C. acetaminophen with codeine D. an opioid 100% General Feedback: Opioids should be used for moderate to severe pain. Score: 1/1 4. Nursing strategies for management of a client in chronic pain include: Student Response Value Feedback A. use of drugs on client's request instead of on a regular basis B. use of drugs with a long half-life 100% C. advised use of injectable drugs D. opioid analgesics, which are preferred General Feedback: Drugs with a long half-life will have longer durations of pain relief, allowing for more constant relief of chronic pain Score: 1/1 5. A 5-year-old client has an elevated temperature as a result of a viral respiratory tract infection. The choice of nonopioid drug to decrease the child's body temperature is: Student Response Value Feedback A. aspirin
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Student Response Value Feedback B. acetaminophen 100% C. Bufferin D. Anacin General Feedback: Medications containing ASA are not recommended because of the possibility of developing Reye's syndrome. Bufferin and Anacin contain ASA Score: 1/1 6. An adolescent client tells you she takes acetaminophen (Tylenol) a few times every day because of "stress headaches." You advise her to see a primary health care provider because her headaches should be evaluated and you know that overuse of this medication may result in: Student Response Value Feedback A. nausea and anorexia B. gastrointestinal irritation C. hepatotoxicity 100% D. diaphoresis and fluid loss General Feedback: Tylenol is metabolized by the liver and, with extended use, may be toxic to liver tissue. Score:
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quiz 26 - ViewAttempt2of2 Title: Kee Ch 26 (7th ed)...

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