Chapter 58 Assessment & Management of Patients with Eye & Vision Disorders

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Chapter 58  Assessment & Management of Patients with Eye & Vision Disorders

 

 

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1.
Upon entering the room, the nurse observes the 78-year-old patient reading an information brochure at the end of her extended arms. What ocular disorder is this patient likely experiencing?
A)
Cataracts
C)
Presbyopia
B)
Age-related macular degeneration
D)
Chronic open-angle glaucoma

2.
The nurse administering timolol drops to a patient with glaucoma is aware that the patient may experience which of the following vital-sign changes?
A)
Hyperthermia and tachycardia
C)
Hypothermia and bradycardia
B)
Hypotension and tachycardia
D)
Hypotension and bradycardia

3.
The registered nurse who has been assigned to care for a blind patient recalls that the best way to approach him is to:
A)
Approach the guide dog before introducing herself to the patient
B)
Introduce herself in a firm, loud voice at the doorway of the room
C)
Touch the patient’s arm, then introduce herself
D)
State her name and role after entering the patient’s room

4.
Upon reading a patient’s history, the nurse learns that the patient has a condition that has affected the rods in his eyes. Considering this information, the nurse will:
A)
Provide adequate lighting in the patient’s room to help him achieve his best vision
B)
Provide a dimly lit room to assist the patient in achieving his best vision
C)
Carefully point out color differences for the patient
D)
Carefully point out fine details for the patient

5.
The patient who has been diagnosed as having a visual acuity of 20/40 asks the nurse what these numbers mean. A correct response by the nurse is:
A)
“A person whose vision is 20/40 can see an object from 40 feet away that a person with 20/20 vision can see from 20 feet away.”
B)
“A person whose vision is 20/40 can see an object from 20 feet away that a person with 20/20 vision can see from 40 feet away.”
C)
“A person whose vision is 20/40 can see an object from 40 inches away that a person with 20/20 vision can see from 20 inches away.”
D)
“A person whose vision is 20/40 can see an object from 20 inches away that a person with 20/20 vision can see from 40 inches away.”

 

Answer Key

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

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