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Chapter 5: Unconsciousness: General Considerations

 

           MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. Which of the following steps should come last in management of unconsciousness?
a. P—position
b. A—airway
c. B—breathing
d. C—circulation
e. D—definitive care

 

 

  1. Which of the following is the most common cause of loss of consciousness in the dental environment?
a. seizures
b. orthostatic hypertension
c. hyperventilation
d. vasodepressor syncope
e. acute adrenal insufficiency

 

 

  1. Which of the following is a cardiogenic cause of syncope?
a. carotid sinus disease
b. pulmonary embolism
c. pheochromocytoma
d. hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

 

 

  1. Which of the following is not one of the three major categories of drugs used in dentistry?
a. analgesics
b. antianxiety agents
c. antiinflammatory agents
d. antibiotics

 

 

  1. Most adverse reactions to local anesthetics are:
a. emboli in the brain or heart
b. stress induced
c. overdose reactions
d. allergy

 

 

  1. _______________ is the most common mechanism producing syncope.
a. Transient ischemia
b. Bradycardia
c. Cerebral anoxia
d. Tardive dyskinesia

 

 

  1. __________ is the most common cause of loss of consciousness in humans.
a. Hypotension
b. Blunt force trauma
c. Tachypnea
d. Opioid overdose

 

 

  1. Physiologic disturbances that decrease the blood supply to the brain include:
a. constriction of the peripheral arterioles
b. an increase in cardiac output
c. failure of normal peripheral vasoconstrictor activity
d. dilation of cerebral vessels as carbon dioxide is lost through hyperventilation

 

 

  1. The human brain uses about __% of the total glucose the body consumes.
a. 2
b. 20
c. 65
d. 90

 

 

  1. The unconscious victim should be positioned:
a. in the Trendelenburg position
b. with the brain below the heart
c. with the feet elevated slightly (a 10- to 15-degree angle)
d. with pillows under the head

 

 

  1. The only sign of adequate ventilation after performing head tilt–chin lift is:
a. hearing and feeling air against your (the rescuer’s) cheek
b. seeing the victim’s chest rise with each ventilation
c. observing respiratory monitoring devices
d. all of the above are signs of adequate ventilation

 

 

  1. Which of the following sounds associated with partial airway obstruction is cause for use of positive-pressure oxygen?
a. snoring
b. gurgling
c. wheezing
d. crowing

 

 

 

 

Malamed: Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office, 6th Edition

 

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Chapter 19: Cerebrovascular Accident

 

           MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. Stroke is the ________ leading cause of death in the United States.
a. second
b. third
c. fourth
d. fifth

 

 

  1. A ____________ is most likely to die from a CVA.
a. white man
b. black man
c. white woman
d. black woman

 

 

  1. Narrowing of atherosclerotic vessels must be about __% before blood flow drops to clinically significant levels.
a. 25
b. 50
c. 65
d. 80

 

 

  1. Apoplexy is defined as:
a. an occlusive lacunar thrombi
b. an intracerebral hemorrhage
c. an occlusive emboli
d. a subarachnoid hemorrhage

 

 

  1. The major threat to survival of a patient who has had a CVA is:

 

a. status asthmaticus
b. recurrent CVA
c. cardiovascular disease
d. hypoglycemia

 

 

  1. Which of the following is the most significant risk factor in predicting stroke?
a. oral contraceptives
b. hyperlipidemia
c. diabetes mellitus
d. heart disease
e. high blood pressure

 

 

  1. A patient who has had a CVA is routinely classified according to the ASA as type__ for 6 months.
a. I
b. II
c. III
d. IV

 

 

  1. Considering a prothrombin time of 11 to 14 seconds to be normal, a level up to __________ times that amount is considered acceptable for surgical procedures.
a. 2.5
b. 4
c. 6
d. 8

 

 

  1. An abrupt onset of signs and symptoms are clinical manifestations of CVAs associated with:
a. embolism
b. infarction
c. hemorrhage
d. A, B, and C
e. A and C

 

 

  1. Which of the following statements is true of CVA and TIA?
a. in most cases of CVA, the victim is unconscious
b. in most cases of TIA, the victim is unconscious
c. most TIAs last approximately 2 to 10 minutes
d. most CVAs last approximately 2 to 10 minutes

 

 

  1. It is recommended that the conscious TIA or CVA victim be placed in a comfortable ________ position.
a. prone
b. supine
c. semi-Fowler
d. Trendelenburg

 

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