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Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concepts 9th Edition Timby Test Bank

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1582559015

ISBN-13:

9781582559018

 

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Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concepts 9th Edition Timby Test Bank

ISBN-10:

1582559015

ISBN-13:

9781582559018

 

 

 

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Chapter 24: Therapeutic Exercise

1. A nurse needs to administer the prescribed fitness test of a client who has had prior cardiac-related symptoms. Which of the following fitness test methods is most suitable for the client?
A) Cross-trainer fitness test C) Ambulatory electrocardiogram
B) Submaximal fitness test D) Stress electrocardiogram

 

2. A nurse is assessing the body mass index of a client when determining his body composition. Which of the following factors contribute to the determination of body composition?
A)  Skin thickness    B)  Pulse rate    C)  Blood pressure    D)  Body temperature

 

3. A nurse is examining and documenting the physical condition of a client who is undergoing a prescribed stress electrocardiogram test at a health care facility. Which of the following observations should the nurse document?
A) Client’s breathing pattern C) Client’s running speed
B) Client’s endurance level D) Client’s muscle reflexes

 

4. A client is wearing a Holter monitor in order to undergo a prescribed ambulatory electrocardiogram. Which of the following precautions should the client take during an ambulatory electrocardiography test?
A) Insulate all metal detectors. C) Avoid a shower or swim.
B) Avoid a sponge bath. D) Use an electric blanket.

 

5. A client has been ordered to undergo a step test. Which of the following arrangements is of greatest importance during a step test?
A) Reduce the height of the step test machine platform.
B) Make arrangements for a metronome and a stopwatch.
C) Shorten the test time when the client’s heart rate is rapid.
D) Make arrangements for cardiopulmonary resuscitation personnel.

 

6. A nurse is calculating the maximum heart rate of a 20-year-old client who has undergone a prescribed fitness level test. What should this client’s heart rate be?
A) 120 beats per minute C) 170 beats per minute
B) 150 beats per minute D) 200 beats per minute

 

7. A physician has ordered an obese client to join an aerobic exercise class to promote cardiorespiratory conditioning and increase lean muscle mass. Which of the following fitness exercises is most suitable for the client?
A) Active exercise C) Isotonic exercise
B) Isometric exercise D) Therapeutic exercise

 

8. A nurse is observing the prescribed therapeutic activity of a middle-aged client who underwent a mastectomy to control her breast cancer. Which of the following active exercises or therapeutic activities should the client perform?
A) Learn to comb her hair independently with the arm on the surgical side.
B) Learn to hop on the floor independently with the leg on the surgical side.
C) Learn to perform isometric exercise independently with all body parts.
D) Learn to perform exercises that maintain muscle tone and flexible joints.

 

9. A nurse at a health care facility is assisting a client during a prescribed passive therapeutic exercise. Passive exercise is most suitable for which of the following clients?
A) Clients who have undergone mastectomy surgery
B) Clients who are paralyzed from a stroke or spinal injury
C) Clients who have cardiorespiratory conditioning
D) Clients who have had prior cardiac-related symptoms

 

10. A nurse is assisting a client in performing prescribed range of motion exercises. Why are range of motion exercises performed?
A) To maintain joint mobility and flexibility in active clients
B) To stretch muscles before performing more strenuous activities
C) To promote cardiorespiratory function and reduce body fat
D) To assess joint flexibility before initiating an exercise program

 

11. A nurse is caring for a 65-year-old client who has been paralyzed from the waist down. The physiotherapist has prescribed ambulatory exercise, for which the nurse needs to monitor and assist the client. Which of the following would be an indication to the nurse that the activity is beyond the tolerance level of the client?
A) Increased heart rate C) Increased body temperature
B) Decreased pulse rate D) Decreased blood pressure

 

12. A nurse is caring for a client at a health care facility who has been prescribed physical exercises by the physiotherapist. Which of the following beverages should the nurse eliminate for older adults before or during physical activities?
A)  Mineral water    B)  Glucose    C)  Fruit juice    D)  Tea

 

13. A nurse suggests that an elderly client perform his exercises in water. Which of the following is a benefit for older adults of performing exercise in water?
A) Reduces stress to the joints C) Reduces blood pressure
B) Keeps the body cool D) Keeps heart rate low

 

14. A nurse is caring for client at a health care facility whose treatment includes exercises. Which of the following nursing diagnoses is most likely for this client?
A) Ineffective breathing pattern C) Impaired social interaction
B) Perioperative-positioning injury D) Delayed surgical recovery

 

15. A physician has directed a nurse to assist a client to perform exercises in order to prevent ankylosis. What type of exercise should the nurse assist the client with in this case?
A) Range of motion exercises C) Active exercises
B) Continuous passive motion machine D) Aerobic exercises

 

16. A comatose client is being treated in the intensive care unit of a health care facility. What exercises should the nurse assist this client to perform in order to maintain the muscle tone and flexibility of the client’s joints?
A) Isotonic exercise C) Passive exercise
B) Isometric exercise D) Active exercise

 

17. A nurse at a health care facility is suggesting the use of isometric exercise to a client. What is the purpose of isometric exercise?
A) To improve blood circulation
B) To promote cardiorespiratory conditioning
C) To increase lean muscle mass
D) To maintain flexible joints

 

18. A nurse is caring for a client who recently underwent hip replacement surgery. What type of exercise should the nurse suggest for this client in order to restore muscle and joint functioning?
A) Active exercises C) Isometric exercises
B) Continuous passive motion machine D) Isotonic exercises

 

 

Answer Key

 

1. C
2. A
3. A
4. C
5. D
6. B
7. C
8. A
9. B
10. D
11. A
12. D
13. A
14. D
15. A
16. C
17. A
18. B

 

 

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