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Society and Culture with Family Planning and Drug Addiction Midterm Examination (SET A

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Name: _______________________________________
Course/Year: __________________________________

Score: __________
Date: ___________

TEST I: MULTIPLE CHOICE
_____1. Health assessment should be performed on:
a. Couples
c. Male and female intimate relationship engagements
b. Widowed wife
d. All prospective clients
_____2. Health assessment:
a. Obtaining data
b. Analyzing the data

c. Determining health status
d. All of the above

_____3. In relation to question number 3, analysis of data should be done in order to determine whether the
client:
a. Is in good health
c. Both
b. Needs to be referred to a physician
d. None
_____4. Three general components of health assessment:
a. Laboratory examination
c. Physical examination
b. Health history
d. All of the above
_____5. In relation to question number 4, techniques in physical examination, EXCEPT:
a. Palpation
c. Auscultation
e. Vibration
b. Percussion
d. Inspection
_____6. Activities to be done in obtaining the client’s data:
a. Vital signs taking
c. Medical history
b. Physical examination
d. Laboratory examination

e. All of the above
f. None of these

_____7. Client preparation is a crucial step on health assessment:
a. True
b. False
_____8. What specific structure of the client’s eye anatomy should a health care provider examine for possible
anemia or jaundice?
a. Sclera
c. Inner canthus of the eye
b. Cornea
d. Conjunctiva
_____9. During neck assessment, the following conditions must be strictly observed by the examiner, EXCEPT:
a. Engorged vessels
c. Discharges
b. Scars
d. Nodule enlargement
_____10. In order to note a significant difference of client’s health status, appropriate vital sign taking should be
done:
a. True
b. False
_____11. Involves touching a body part:
a. Palpation
c. Auscultation
e. Vibration
b. Percussion
d. Inspection
_____12. Physical examination should be observed in a head to toe process:
a. True
b. False
_____13. Before neck assessment, the client should be placed on what position?
a. Lithotomy
c. Sitting
b. Sim’s
d. Standing
_____14. As you palpate the client’s neck, you have observed a grape-shaped mass on the right portion of his
neck. As a proficient examiner, you should be able to note for the following, EXCEPT, SELECT ALL THAT APPLY:
I.
Location
III. Shape
V. Pain
VII. Discharges
II.
Consistency
IV. Characteristic
VI. Size
VIII.
Discoloration
a. I, II & III Only
c. I, II, III, IV & V
e. I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII & VIII
b. I, II, III & IV
d. I, II, III, IV, V & VI
f. I, II, III & VI
_____15. In relation to the situation pertaining to question number 14, the examiner should position his/her self
on the client’s:
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Obtaining data II. Percussion d. All of the above _____19. RBC n. Hormonal II. III & IV are correct then I is incorrect. Yellowish skin/eye discoloration b. _____1. Blood clots _____2. Pulse c. True b. Percussion d. Cephalgia _____4. Deltoid muscle III. Menopause II. 1 day after menstruation _____17. PID _____7. Normal etiologic factors for lumps in the breast: I. Determining health status the data _____3. Caudalagia III. III & IV are incorrect. statements I. Pap smear d. examine the breast tissue between both hands: a. Health assessment: I. If breast is pendulous. E. Candida m. Sides c. Pectoralis muscle lateralis muscle II. Health history: I. Protein in the urine _____5. Hamstring muscle _____10. Headache: I. Muscle attachment for the mammary glands: I. Presence of RBC l. 1 week after menstruation c. Enlarged nodes e. Menstruation III. Palpation c. D. Buboes _____3. II & III are correct then IV is incorrect. Radiation III. False _____20. Begins at first encounter of the client and the examiner c. statements I & II are correct then III & IV are also correct. Ovulation 2 |Page IV. None _____16. Congenital defects IV. Current medications: I. Papanicolaou test in the urine _____2. Age of menarche III. Migraine II. Carcinogens k. Inspection _____18. Cardiac problems IV. Date/Time Procedures _____5. Blood pressure f. Inspection e. 1 week before menstruation d. When is the ideal time for a woman to conduct her breast self-examination (BSE)? a. OB-Gyne information: I. Thorazine II. Disease history _____6. Urinalysis _____4. Indicates estrogenic effect on the body a. Temperature e. B. Platelets Society and Culture with Family Planning and Drug Addiction| John Michael M. Auscultation e.a. Interpreting the data III. Clustering IV. statements II. Thromboembolic diseases: I. Auscultation b. Menstrual history IV. If If If If If statements I & II are correct then III & IV are incorrect. 1 day before menstruation b. C. Vibration TEST I-B: MORSE TYPE (Write minus wrong) A. This technique is to discover breast masses: a. Previous operations IV. Front b. Vital signs: a. Caphalogia IV. Family health history: I. statement I is only correct then II. Results/Outcomes II. Substance _____9. Palpation c. Surgical history: I. Corticosteroids IV. Pitoy . High blood pressure III. Mental retardation II. Respiration d. WBC o. Anti-coagulant _____8. Vastus IV. Medico-legal information II. Inherited defects abuse III. Back d. OB-Gyne information II. Nursing history IV. Stress TEST II: MATCHING TYPE (Write minus wrong) _____1. Pain b. III. The technique that has to be properly observed in doing breast self-examination is? a. Vibration b. Varicosities II.

Size of the breasts j. the following conditions must be strictly observed by the examiner. Both b. III. Location III. As a proficient examiner. Physical examination d. In relation to question number 3. Palpation c. In relation to the situation pertaining to question number 14. None _____4. IV. Front c. Obtaining data b. True b. Auscultation e. Sclera c. I. Inspection _____6. II. II. the examiner should position his/her self on the client’s: a. III & VI _____15. False _____13. Conjunctiva _____9. Couples c. Laboratory examination c. Proteinuria _____10. V & VI f. Percussion d. Palpation c. Sides d. In order to note a significant difference of client’s health status. I. Client preparation is a crucial step on health assessment: a. Determining health status d. Erythrocytes f. appropriate vital sign taking should be done: a. Sitting b. Health assessment should be performed on: c. Percussion d. All of the above _____3. Health history d. Characteristic VI. Progesterone i. I. Activities to be done in obtaining the client’s data: a. False _____11. Needs to be referred to a physician d. Before neck assessment. In relation to question number 4. Pitoy . Analysis of the urine _____8. V. II & III Only c. Engorged vessels c. I. II. Size VIII. Vibration b. Male and female intimate relationship engagements d. Discharges b. Pain VII. Back b. Three general components of health assessment: a. Sim’s d. As you palpate the client’s neck. EXCEPT. VI. None of these _____7. All of the above _____5. Nodule enlargement _____10. Inspection p. Hematuria _____9. Auscultation e. Lithotomy c. EXCEPT: a. Yeast _____7. Laboratory examination e. Is in good health c. All prospective clients _____2. the client should be placed on what position? a. All of the above f. Widowed wife d. Medical history b. True b. you should be able to note for the following. III & IV d. Vital signs taking c. Jaundice g. II. EXCEPT: a. When is the ideal time for a woman to conduct her breast self-examination (BSE)? 3 |Page Society and Culture with Family Planning and Drug Addiction| John Michael M. Vibration b. Proliferatory phase h. Involves touching a body part: a. IV. Discoloration a. Analyzing the data c. I. you have observed a grape-shaped mass on the right portion of his neck. III. During neck assessment. VII & VIII b. True b. II. techniques in physical examination. Physical examination b. Plasma _____1. analysis of data should be done in order to determine whether the client: a. Scars d. Inner canthus of the eye b. I. Inspection _____12. Cornea d. Discharges IV. Standing _____14. Health assessment: a. SELECT ALL THAT APPLY: III._____6. False _____8. Physical examination should be observed in a head to toe process: a. III. Consistency IV. IV & V e. None _____16. Shape V. What specific structure of the client’s eye anatomy should a health care provider examine for possible anemia or jaundice? a.

I. Normal etiologic factors for lumps in the breast: E I. statements I. Hormonal II. Radiation III. Stress IV. Inspection _____18. Candida _____3. examine the breast tissue between both hands: a. Palpation c. Vibration TEST I-B: MORSE TYPE (Write minus wrong) F. Varicosities II. Previous operations IV. Inspection e. False _____20. Papanicolaou test k. J. Menstrual history IV. III. Enlarged nodes e. Carcinogens TEST II: MATCHING TYPE (Write minus wrong) _____1. Percussion d. Pulse c. statements I & II are correct then III & IV are also correct. Yellowish skin/eye discoloration b. Muscle attachment for the mammary glands: C I. Caudalagia III. High blood pressure III. Age of menarche III. H. Respiration d. Inspection 4 |Page Society and Culture with Family Planning and Drug Addiction| John Michael M. Health assessment: B I. Interpreting the data III. Blood clots _____2. Determining health status the data _____3. Erythrocytes j. Percussion d. Indicates estrogenic effect on the body a. Size of the breasts _____10. Ovulation o. Headache: A I. Blood pressure f. Cephalgia _____4. Proliferatory phase _____8. Menstruation III. OB-Gyne information: D I. G. Proteinuria i. Date/Time Procedures _____5. Hematuria h. OB-Gyne information II. III & IV are correct then I is incorrect. Mental retardation II. Presence of RBC in the urine _____2. Urinalysis m. The technique that has to be properly observed in doing breast self-examination is? a. Protein in the urine n. Results/Outcomes II. Vastus IV. Deltoid muscle III. 1 day before menstruation b. Thorazine II. Begins at first encounter of the client and the examiner c. Auscultation b. RBC _____4. Disease history _____6. statements II. II & III are correct then IV is incorrect.a. This technique is to discover breast masses: a. PID _____7. III & IV are incorrect. Pap smear d. Yeast f. Obtaining data II. Vital signs: a. Vibration b. Pitoy . Health history: C I. If If If If If statements I & II are correct then III & IV are incorrect. Hamstring muscle _____10. If breast is pendulous. Menopause II. Pain b. 1 week after menstruation c. Pectoralis muscle lateralis muscle II. Thromboembolic diseases: E II. Caphalogia IV. Nursing history IV. Auscultation e. Medico-legal information II. Congenital defects IV. statement I is only correct then II. Jaundice p. Current medications: D I. Migraine II. Corticosteroids IV. _____1. Temperature e. Anti-coagulant _____8. True b. Clustering IV. Family health history: B I. WBC _____5. All of the above _____19. Surgical history: A I. 1 week before menstruation d. Palpation c. Buboes l. 1 day after menstruation _____17. Analysis of the urine g. Cardiac problems IV. Plasma _____7. Substance _____9. Platelets _____6. Inherited defects abuse III. Progesterone _____9.