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seeking treatment for a mild hearing loss that has not gone away. Informationconcerning his chronic postnasal drip should be documented within which section of his history? PART OF THE PAST MEDICAL HISTORY22. Nasal symptoms that imply an allergic response include: BLUISH GRAYOR PALE PINK NASAL TURBINATESTHAT ARE SWOLLEN AND BOGGY AND A TRANSVERSE CREASE AT THE JUNCTION BETWEEN THE CARTILAGE AND THE BONE OF THE NOSE23. Mr. Franklin is speaking with you, the health care provider, about his respiratory problem. Mr. Franklin says, “I’ve had this cough for 3 days, and it’sgetting worse.” You reply, “tell me more about your cough.” Mr. Franklin states, “I wish I could tell you more. That’s why I’m here. You tell me what’s wrong!” Which caregiver response would be most appropriate for enhancing communication? “AFTER 3 DAYS YOUR TIRED OF COUGHING. HAVE YOU HADA FEVER?”24. When taking a history, you should: USE A CHRONOLOGIC AND SEQUENTIAL FRAMEWORK25. Which of the following formats would be used for visits that address problems not yet identified in the problem-oriented medical record (POMR)? BRIEF SOAP NOTE26. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have presented to the office with their infant son with complaints of ear drainage. When examining an infant’s middle ear, the nurse should use one hand to stabilize the otoscope against the head while using the other hand to: PULL THE AURICLE DOWN AND BACK27. Which question would be considered a leading question? “YOU DON’T GET HEADACHES OFTEN DO YOU”28. Mr. Black is a 44-year-old patient who presents to the clinic with complaints of neck pain that he thinkgs is from his job invovoing computer data entry. As the examiner, you are checking the range of motion in his neck and note the greatest degree of cervical mobility is at: C4 to C529. The term denoting the caregiver’s need to do no harm to the patient is: NONMALEFICENCE30. A tool used to screen adolescents for alcoholism is the: CRAFFT31. Under normal circumstances, how much water is lost daily by the body? 2-2.5L32. You have just completed a skin assessment on Mr. Baker. During your assessment, you have transilluminated a skin lesion. During the physical examination, you know that skin lesions are transilluminated to distinguish: FLUID-FILLED FROM SOLID CYSTS OR MASSES33. Mr. Mills is a 55-year-old patient who presents to the office for an initial visit for health promotion. A survey of mobility and activities of daily living (ADLs)is part of a(an): FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT34. Sweat glands, hair, and nails are all formed from: INVAGINATIONS OF EPIDERMIS INTO DERMIS
35. A brief statement of the reason the patient is seeking healthcare is called the: CHIEF COMPLAINT36. Which part of the information contained in the patient’s record may be used in court? ANYTHING THAT IS ENTERED IN TO A PATIENTS RECORD, IN PAPER OR ELECTRONIC FORM IS A LEGAL DOCUMENT AND CAN BE USED INCOURT37. Which cranial nerves innervate the face? V and VII38. In counseling a client regarding nutrition education, you explain that linoleic acid, a major fatty acid, is thought to be essential for: NORMAL GROWTH ANDDEVELOPMENT39. When are open-ended questions generally most useful? DURING THE INITIAL PART OF THE INTERVIEW40. Knowledge of the culture or cultures represented by the patient should be