Which information should be included in the history

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Which information should be included in the history of a patient with asthma? Which is a serious risk factor for respiratory disability in older
adults? A patient with which lifestyle characteristic is at risk for
respiratory disability? Mrs. Jones is a 45-year-old patient with asthma who presents
to your office. On examination, chest movement can best be seen with: Both pleural effusion and pneumonia are characterized by:
Ms. Randolph, who is 74 years of age, has no known health
problems or diseases. You are doing a preventive health care history and examination. Which finding is a structural variation with limited clinical significance? Mr. Sanchez is a 62-year-old patient who presents with chronic
obstructive lung disease. Which finding on examination leads you to document that Mr. Sanchez has a barrel chest? The right and left scapular lines are located:
To inspect the chest, you should observe:
Stridor is usually the result of: Mr. Becker is a 59-year-old patient who presents to your office
with chronic respiratory problems. What term would you use to document a respiratory rate greater than 20 per minute in this patient? Mrs. Mills is a 61-year-old patient with chronic respiratory
problems. Her laboratory results demonstrate a metabolic acidosis. The respiratory pattern typically exhibited by the patient with metabolic acidosis is called: Mr. Edwards is a 63-year-old patient with pleuritic pain and
shallow respirations. What term describes abnormally shallow respirations as seen with limited excursion resulting from pleuritic pain? Which type of apnea is least worrisome?
While observing a patient's respirations, you note that, on
inspiration, the lower thorax is drawn in and the abdomen protrudes. On expiration, the opposite occurs. This may be documented as: Which is a determinant of the degree aof retraction on
inspiration? Mr. Lynch has cyanotic lips and nailbeds. His lips are pursed,
and he has nasal flaring. You suspect that he is suffering from cardiac or pulmonary difficulty. What other peripheral sign would support your impression?

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