Management of Patients with Musculoskeletal Trauma Quiz

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Management of Patients with Musculoskeletal Trauma Quiz

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1. Patients who experience a fracture of the humeral neck are advised that healing will take an average of ______ weeks, with restricted vigorous activity for an additional ______ weeks.

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2. The femur fracture that commonly leads to avascular necrosis or nonunion because of an abundant supply of blood vessels in the area is a fracture of the:

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3. An immediate nursing concern for a patient who has suffered a femoral shaft fracture is assessment for:

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4. The major indicator of lower extremity amputation is:

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5. The acute inflammatory stage of a strain or sprain usually lasts:

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6. A patient who has a meniscectomy by arthroscopic surgery needs to know that normal athletic activities can usually be resumed after:

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7. The longest immobilization time necessary for fracture union occurs with a fracture of the:

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8. Shock, as an immediate complication of fractures, is usually classified as:

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9. Emergency management of a fracture should include:

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10. After arthroscopic surgery for a rotator cuff tear, a patient can usually resume full activity in:

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11. An open fracture with extensive soft tissue damage is classified as a what grade fracture?

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12. After an arm fracture, pendulum exercises are begun:

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13. An acetabular fracture of the femur involves the:

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14. As a complication of fractures, fat emboli:

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15. Nursing assessment for a pelvic fracture includes:

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16. The two most serious complications of pelvic fractures are:

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17. The most serious complication of a supracondylar fracture of the humerus is:

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18. The most serious complication of an open fracture is:

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19. A nurse can foster a positive self-image in a patient who has had an amputation by all of the following except:

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20. After a fracture, the onset of symptoms for fat embolism syndrome occurs:

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21. The most common complication of a hip fracture in the elderly is:

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22. A muscle tear that is microscopic and due to overuse is called a:

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