Chapter 55 Assessment of Integrumentary Function

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Chapter 55  Assessment of Integrumentary Function

 

 

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Sample Questions

 

1.
Which of the following proteins, common to the epidermis, is believed to play a significant role in forming the outer barrier of the skin?

A) Keratin cells B) Melanocytes C) Merkel cells D) Langerhans’ cells

2.
While performing a patient assessment, the nurse recalls that the epidermis is thickest on the:

A) Scalp B) Elbows C) Palms of the hands D) Knees

3.
Which of the following cells, common to the epidermis, result in a patient having a darker hair or skin color?

A) Keratin cells B) Melanocytes C) Merkel cells D) Stratum cells

4.
The stratum corneum, the outer layer of the epidermis, provides the most effective barrier to prevent penetration of environmental factors. The nurse working in an emergency room is aware that an example of a penetration by an environmental factor is caused by:

A) Insect bites B) Dehydration C) Thermoregulation D) Perspiration

5.
The nurse is documenting that the patient has bruising on the lateral aspect of the right arm after a fall. Of the following terms, which term will the nurse use to describe bruising on the skin in her documentation?

A) Telangiectasias B) Ecchymoses C) Purpuras D) Urticarias

 

Answer Key

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

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