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Please read each question and select your answer from the choices provided. You must complete all of the questions in order to view your results. At the end of each exam, you have the option to e-mail your results to your instructor.


1:  All of the following are signs of adequate breathing EXCEPT:
A: audible breath sounds on both sides of the chest.
B: nasal flaring.
C: pink, warm, dry skin.
D: respiratory rate of 18 breaths per minute.

2:  Accumulation of fluid in the alveoli is known as:
A: croup.
B: pneumonia.
C: pulmonary edema.
D: bronchitis.

3:  What type of respiratory disease presents with the patient breathing through pursed lips?
A: Emphysema
B: Asthma
C: Pulmonary edema
D: Pneumonia

4:  What type of lung sound would you typically hear in a patient with asthma?
A: Rales
B: Clear
C: Wheezing
D: Absent

5:  What type of lung sounds would you expect to hear in a patient with a pulmonary thromboembolism?
A: Rales
B: Clear
C: Wheezing
D: Absent

6:  A patient who is hyperventilating is best treated with which of the following EXCEPT:
A: supplemental oxygen.
B: coached ventilations.
C: breathing into a paper bag.
D: psychological support.

7:  You are assessing a patient having respiratory difficulty. She is sitting up, leaning forward, with her palms flat on the bed. What position is she sitting in?
A: Semi-Fowler's
B: Tripod
C: Prone
D: Recumbent

8:  A patient who is coughing up thick, green, or brown sputum would indicate the patient has what type of respiratory disease?
A: Emphysema
B: Asthma
C: Pulmonary edema
D: Pneumonia

9:  Which of the following respiratory patterns is defined as periods of rapid and slow respirations alternating with periods of apnea?
A: Tachypnea
B: Cheyne-stokes respirations
C: Kussmaul respirations
D: Apneustic respirations

10:  Stridor is defined as a:
A: harsh, high-pitched, barking sound.
B: fine, crackling sound.
C: coarse, rattling sound.
D: whistling sound.

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