What is normal intraocular pressure? 5-8 mm hg 2-4 mm hg 1020 mm hg…

  

What is normal intraocular pressure? 5-8 mm hg 2-4 mm hg 1020 mm hg… What is normal intraocular pressure?  5-8 mm hg  2-4 mm hg  10—20 mm hg  50mm hg or greater2. Treatment for viral pharyngitis include:   Rest,  Antibiotics, and oral  fluid   Rest, antiviral Tamiflu,  and fluids   Rest, humidification, warm saline gargles, and throat lozenges  Rest, warm saline gargles, and antibiotics    3.  Common symptoms of a hordeolum include warm, tender, and red eyelid.   True  False4.  Nasal mucosa is typically ________ in allergic rhinitis and _______ in idiopathic rhinitis.  pale; erythematous  blue; erythematous  red; erythematous  erythematous; pale5. A 15 year old child with sore throat comes to clinic and rapid strep is positive for strep. The NP will more than likely treat patient with:  PCN V 500 mg bid x10 days  Salt water gargles  Throat lozenges  All of the above6. Rhinitis medicamentosa is a condition in which nasal decongestants are overused and the patient’s congestion has worsened.   True  False7. Why has there been a dramatic decline in epiglottitis in children?  due to vaccination for influenza virus  due to vaccination for Hemophilus organisms  due to decreased vigilance of the strep bacteria  due to decreased incidence of chickenpox 8. The NP recognizes common causes of  tympanic membrane perforation include:   sinus inflammation, external ear canal irritation, barotrauma  barotrauma, physical trauma, blast injury, pressure and inflammation of AOM  pressure and inflammation of AOM, tugging on the ear, physical trauma  sinus infection, pharyngitis, and barotrauma9. Match the definitions using the following three terms: hyposmia; anosmia, parosmia.                                       – AnosmiaOlfactory dysfunction (loss of smell)                                       – parosmiaSmell distortion-  parosmia                                       – hyposmiaDiminished sense of smell: hyposmia10.What differentiates  chronic rhinosinusitis from allergic rhinitis.   Allergic rhinitis has persistent nasal blockage   Chronic rhinosinusitis is characterized by sneezing and watery eyes   Allergic rhinitis has an acute onset  Chronic rhinosinusitis typically has a positive family history of similar problems. Health Science Science Nursing NRNP 6568 Share (0)

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