Question 1. Question : When examining an infant, the nurse practitioner should examine which area first?
Question 2. Question : When preparing to examine a 6-year-old child, which action is most appropriate?
Start with the thorax, abdomen, and genitalia before examining the head.
Avoid talking about the equipment being used because it may increase the child’s anxiety.
Keep in mind that a child this age will have a sense of modesty.
Have the child undress from the waist up.
Use the fingertips because they’re more sensitive to small changes in temperature.
Use the dorsal surface of the hand because the skin is thinner than on the palms.
Use the ulnar portion of the hand because there is increased blood supply that enhances temperature sensitivity.
Use the palmar surface of the hand because it is most sensitive to temperature variations because of increased nerve supply in this area.
Question 4. Question : Percussion notes heard during the abdominal assessment may include:
flatness, resonance, and dullness.
resonance, dullness, and tympany.
tympany, hyperresonance, and dullness.
resonance, hyperresonance, and flatness.
Question 5. Question : The nurse practitioner is assessing a patient for possible peptic ulcer disease and knows that which condition often causes this problem?
History of constipation and frequent laxative use
Frequent use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs