Management of Patients with Structural, Infectious and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders Quiz Post category:Medical/Surgical nursing trial quizzes Post published:October 23, 2022 Reading time:1 mins read Post author:Isaac D. Agyapong 12345678910111213141516171819 0% 0 votes, 0 avg 10 Management of Patients with Structural, Infectious and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders Quiz 1 / 19 1. A serious consequence of pericarditis is: A. cardiac tamponade. B. decreased venous pressure. C. hypertension. D. left ventricular hypertrophy. 2 / 19 2. On auscultation, the nurse suspects a diagnosis of mitral valve regurgitation when which of the following is heard? A. Mitral click B. High-pitched blowing sound at the apex C. Low-pitched diastolic murmur at the apex D. Diastolic murmur at the left sternal border 3 / 19 3. The nurse knows that a patient who is to receive a xenograft from a pig or cow will be receiving a (an): A. allograft. B. autograft. C. heterograft. D. homograft. 4 / 19 4. Backward flow of blood from the left ventricle to the left atrium is through the: A. aortic valve. B. mitral valve. C. pulmonic valve. D. tricuspid valve. 5 / 19 5. Severe aortic stenotic disease is consistent with all of the following except: A. increased cardiac output. B. left ventricular hypertrophy. C. pulmonary edema. D. right-sided heart failure. 6 / 19 6. Incomplete closure of the tricuspid valve results in a backward flow of blood from the: A. aorta to the left ventricle. B. left atrium to the left ventricle. C. right atrium to the right ventricle. D. right ventricle to the right atrium. 7 / 19 7. The characteristic sign of pericarditis is: A. a friction rub. B. dyspnea. C. fever. D. hypoxia. 8 / 19 8. Which of the following medications would not be used to treat pericarditis because it can decrease blood flow? A. Colchicine B. Indocin C. Motrin D. Prednisone 9 / 19 9. The most commonly occurring cardiomyopathy is: A. dilated. B. hypertrophic. C. idiopathic. D. restrictive. 10 / 19 10. The most common valvuloplasty procedure is the: A. balloon valvuloplasty. B. annuloplasty. C. chordoplasty. D. commissurotomy. 11 / 19 11. The pathophysiology of mitral stenosis is consistent with: A. aortic stenosis. B. left ventricular failure. C. left atrial hypertrophy. D. all of the above. 12 / 19 12. Rheumatic endocarditis is an inflammatory reaction to: A. group A, beta-hemolytic streptococcus. B. Pseudomonas aeruginosa. C. Serratia marcescens. D. Staphylococcus aureus. 13 / 19 13. An immunosuppressant that allowed heart transplantation to become a therapeutic option for end-stage heart disease is: A. Procardia. B. Cyclosporine. C. Calan. D. Vancocin. 14 / 19 14. The most characteristic symptom of pericarditis is: A. dyspnea. B. constant chest pain. C. fatigue lasting more than 1 month. D. uncontrolled restlessness. 15 / 19 15. Probably the most helpful diagnostic test to identify cardiomyopathy is: A. serial enzyme studies. B. cardiac catheterization. C. the echocardiogram. D. the phonocardiogram. 16 / 19 16. The presence of a water-hammer pulse (quick, sharp strokes that suddenly collapse) is diagnostic for: A. aortic regurgitation. B. mitral insufficiency. C. tricuspid insufficiency. D. tricuspid stenosis. 17 / 19 17. The causative microorganism for rheumatic endocarditis can be accurately identified only by: A. a throat culture. B. an echocardiogram. C. roentgenography. D. serum analysis. 18 / 19 18. Clinical manifestations of infective endocarditis may include: A. embolization. B. focal neurologic lesions. C. heart murmurs. D. all of the above. 19 / 19 19. Xenographs, used for valve replacement, have a viability of about: A. 2 years. B. 4 years. C. 8 years. D. 12 years. PLEASE ENTER YOUR DETAILS FOR THE DELIVERY OF YOUR RESULT, THE QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS, AND THE CERTIFICATE. IT IS, HOWEVER, NOT MANDATORY. YOU CAN CLICK “SEE RESULT” TO VIEW YOUR RESULT RIGHT AWAY. Your score is The average score is 47% LinkedIn Facebook Twitter VKontakte 0% Restart quiz Rate quiz Send feedback Share this:PrintWhatsAppTweetLike this:Like Loading... RELATED POSTS You Might Also Like Musculoskeletal Care Modalities Quiz September 28, 2022 MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH NEUROLOGIC TRAUMA QUIZ September 3, 2022 Assessment and Management of Patients with Vascular Disorders and Problems of Peripheral Circulation Quiz October 24, 2022 Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!