Chapter 26 Assessment of Cardiovascular Function

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Chapter 26  Assessment of Cardiovascular Function

 

 

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Sample Questions

 

1.
Blood is ejected into the circulation as the chambers of the heart become smaller. The nurse recognizes that the importance of this action of the heart is as:

A) Systole B) Diastole C) Hypertension D) Ejection fraction

2.
The electrical conduction of the heart usually originates in the SA node. Which of the following sequences completes the conduction?
A)
SA node to Bundle of HIS to AV node to Purkinje fibers
B)
SA node to AV node to Purkinje fibers to Bundle of HIS
C)
SA node to bundle of HIS to Purkinje fibers to AV node
D)
SA node to AV node to bundle of HIS to Purkinje fibers

3.
The nurse who is assessing the point of maximum impulse (PMI) will best palpate the PMI where?
A)
Left midclavicular line of the chest wall at the seventh intercostal space
B)
Left midclavicular line of the chest wall at the fifth intercostal space
C)
Right midclavicular line of the chest wall at the seventh intercostal space
D)
Right midclavicular line of the chest wall at the fifth intercostal space

4.
The nurse of a patient who is diagnosed as having damage to the layer of the heart responsible for the pumping action is aware the damage is in the:

A) Endocardium B) Pericardium C) Myocardium D) Visceral pericardium

5.
The nurse who is working on a cardiac care unit is aware that afterload influences a patient’s stroke volume and recognizes that afterload is increased when there is:
A)
Arterial vasoconstriction
C)
Arterial vasodilatation
B)
Venous vasoconstriction
D)
Venous vasodilatation

 

Answer Key

1.
A
2.
D
3.
B
4.
C
5.
A

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