Oxygenation Quiz


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A patient came in the E.R and requires Intubation. Which of the following will the nurse use to inflate the cuff of the ET tube?

A. Nasal cannula

B. 10cc syringe

C. 5cc syringe

D. BP cuff


As a nurse you should be well knowledgeable of the physiology of oxygenation. Which of the following gasses helps keep the alveoli open?

A. Oxygen

B. Nitrogen

C. Carbon dioxide

D. Hydrogen


Nurse Kelly is watching a Phlebotomist taking blood of a patient who is up for Arterial blood gas studies. Which of the following information would indicate that Nurse Kelly knows that a correct sample was taken if which of the following happens?

A. The phlebotomist aspirated dark blue colored blood

B. The phlebotomist aspirated bright red colored blood

C. The phlebotomist aspirated bright red colored blood

D. The phlebotomist got blood from the IV cannula of the patient


Which of the following can administer 100% oxygen to the patient?

A. Hyperbaric chamber

B. Venturi mask

C. Non-rebreather mask

D. Ambubag


The patient is having hypoxia as a result of decreased effective hemoglobin concentration, which causes a decrease in the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood. Nurse Ken knows that this type of hypoxia is known as?

A. Anemic hypoxia

B. Histotoxic hypoxia

C. Hypoxemic hypoxia

D. Circulatory hypoxia


You where eating at a restaurant and you saw somebody choking. Upon assessment you noticed that the person is holding his neck and trying to cough out the food. You deduced that he is having partial airway obstruction. What is the best nursing response to this?

A. Stop the client and do Heimlich maneuver

B. Encourage the client to cough out the food

C. Have the client lie down and do CPR

D. Call 911


Nurse Domenick knows that in absorption atelectasis which of the following occurs when there is administration of high concentration of oxygen?

A. Nitrogen is diluted and replaced with oxygen

B. Carbon dioxide is concentrated

C. Oxygen is concentrated in the alveoli

D. Nitrogen is concentrated in the alveoli


Nurse Polly is an ICU nurse and is taking care of a patient that is ready to wean from mechanical ventilation. Which of the following will Nurse Polly expect to use?

A. T-piece

B. Venturi mask

C. Non-rebreather mask

D. Ambubag


Nurse Asher is assessing a pulmonary case patient. The vital signs of the patients were HR 110, RR 12, Temp of 36.6 and a BP of 110/80. The patient also has a tidal volume of 500 ml and a Residual volume of 1200ml. Nurse Asher knows that the patients’ Minute volume is which of the following?

A. 700 ml

B. 4,800 ml

C. 6000 ml

D. 14,400 ml


A patient came in the hospital with a cardiac pacemaker. The nurse knows that which of the following diagnostic exams is contraindicated for him?

A. MRI

B. CT scan

C. Chest X-ray

D. Fluoroscopic Study


The patient is experiencing Anemic hypoxia. When doing a medical history which of the following is the possible cause of Anemic hypoxia?

A. The patient experience carbon monoxide poisoning

B. The patient recently travelled via airplane in high altitudes

C. The patient is experienced cardiac arrest

D. The patient experienced cyanide poisoning


Which of the following Oxygenation therapy provides accurate percentage of Oxygen to the patient?

A. Nasal cannula

B. Venturi mask

C. Non-rebreather mask

D. Partial-rebreather mask


Nurse Wendy is taking care of a patient with COPD. Which of the following oxygenation therapy is appropriate for the patient?

A. O2 Administration via Nasal Cannula @ 2lpm

B. O2 Administration via Face mask @ 5lpm

C. O2 Administration via Non-rebreather mask @ 10lpm

D. O2 Administration via Partial rebreather mask @ 8lpm


Nurse Carol is taking care of a patient who has undergone shock. Upon assessment which of the following hypoxia will Nurse Carol expect?

A. Anemic hypoxia

B. Histotoxic hypoxia

C. Hypoxemic hypoxia

D. Circulatory hypoxia


Upon assessment Nurse Jun noticed wheezing. Nurse Jun knows that which of the following condition would the patient have?

A. Pneumonia

B. Asthma

C. Fibrosis

D. Pleuritis


Nurse Vince is assessing a patient who has Pneumonia. Upon assessment which of the following abnormal breath sounds would Nurse Vince expect?

A. Crackles

B. Wheezes

C. Friction rub

D. Ronchi


Nurse Tyler is taking care of a patient who had cyanide poisoning. Which of the following will the patient most likely have?

A. Anemic hypoxia

B. Histotoxic hypoxia

C. Hypoxemic hypoxia

D. Circulatory hypoxia


Nurse Mike is doing a Pulmonary Function Test. Which of the following pulmonary function test is viewed to assess for large airway obstruction?

A. Forced expiratory flow

B. Forced midexpiratory flow

C. Forced end expiratory flow

D. Maximal voluntary ventilation


The patient in the ICU is now on his 21st day on ET tube. As an ICU nurse which of the following will you expect the doctor will do?

A. Change ET tube to tracheostomy tube

B. Remove the ET tube

C. Change ET tube to Venturi mask

D. Maintain the patient on ET tube


In patients with COPD which of the following is the stimulus for respiration?

A. Decrease in blood oxygen

B. Elevation in carbon dioxide

C. Decrease in carbon dioxide

D. Elevation in blood oxygen


Nurse Fin is taking care of a patient who has circulatory hypoxia. Which of the following nursing intervention will best help the patient?

A. Providing O2 inhalation

B. Place the patient in modified trendelenburg position

C. Provide the patient with Iron supplements

D. Place the patient in High fowlers position


Nurse Ron is conducting a Pulmonary Function Test to a patient with Oxygenation problem. Nurse Ron knows that which of the following pulmonary function test is viewed to assess if there is an obstruction in the smallest airways?

A. Forced expiratory flow

B. Forced midexpiratory flow

C. Forced end expiratory flow

D. Maximal voluntary ventilation


A patient with Tuberculosis came in the hospital for check up and asked the nurse when he will get the result of his sputum culture? Which of the following answers of the nurse would indicate that the nurse is knowledgeable in sputum cultures?

A. The results will take usually 12hr to 24hrs

B. The results will take usually 24hrs to 48hrs

C. The results will take usually 48hrs to 72hrs

D. The results will be releases ASAP since the patient is Tuberculosis


The patient will be undergoing MRI. Which of the following Nursing intervention is most appropriate?

A. Inform the patient that he will hear a loud humming noise

B. Assess the patient for allergies such as shellfish and iodine

C. Instruct the patient that they may experience a warm flushing sensation or chest pain during the injection of the dye

D. Place the patient in NPO 4hrs prior to the examination




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