Chapter 28 Coronary Vascular Disorders

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Chapter 28  Coronary Vascular Disorders

 

 

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Sample Questions

 

1.
A patient is diagnosed as having elevated cholesterol level. The nurse is aware that plaque on the inner lumen of arteries is composed chiefly of:
A)
Lipids and fibrous tissue
C)
Lipoproteins
B)
WBCs
D)
High-density cholesterol

2.
The coronary arteries are susceptible to development of arteriosclerosis because coronary arteries:
A)
Are smaller in diameter
B)
Accumulate more low-density cholesterol
C)
Have numerous twist and turns
D)
Have a decreased pulse pressure

3.
An adult patient who experiences angina pectoris with exertion is informed by the nurse that most often angina is caused by:
A)
Smoking
C)
Infarction of the myocardium
B)
Inadequate cardiac output
D)
Coronary arteriosclerosis

4.
The nurse is teaching a 45-year-old patient about ways to lower elevated cholesterol levels. One method to lower cholesterol levels is to exercise, which:
A)
Increases HDL and decreases triglycerides
B)
Increases LDL and decreases triglycerides
C)
Decreases HDL and increases LDL
D)
Decreases both HDL and LDL

5.
A patient angina with pectoris secondary to atherosclerotic disease asks why he experiences chest pain with exertion. The nurse informs him that exertion:
A)
Increases the heart’s oxygen demands
B)
Causes vasoconstriction of the heart
C)
Increases blood flow to the mesenteric area
D)
Reduces the effectiveness of medications

 

Answer Key

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

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