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  1. Features of nursing patients with the critical decreasing temperature.

  2. Rules of sputum collection for laboratory test.

  3. Nursing elderly patients.

  4. Types of fevers, nursing patients

  5. Obtaining a respiratory rate, types of the pathological breathing.

  6. Technique of administering intramuscular and subcutaneous medications.

  7. The first aid to patients with the critical decreasing temperature.

  8. Technique of performing indirect heart massage. Indication and contra-indication.

  9. Technique of measuring blood arterial pressure, normal values.

  10. Symptoms and signs of hemoptysis and pulmonary bleeding, the first aid.

  11. Features of change of the bed linen. Prophylaxis of bedsores.

  12. Symptoms of dizziness, collapse, shock, the first aid.

  13. Preparing patient to pleural tapping. Technique of pleural tapping, necessary equipments.

  14. Types of transferring patients.

  15. The first aid to patients with shortness of breath, dyspnea, pain in a heart.

  16. Rules of temperature registration in the temperature chart, types of fevers.

  17. Nursing unconsciousness’ patients, signs of clinical death.

  18. Basic principles of deontology during the care of patients with cardiovascular diseases.

  19. Main principles of diet at the patients with cardiovascular diseases.

  20. Features of nursing seriously ill and dying patients.

  21. Types of parental administering medications.

  22. Signs of biological death. Duties of nurses

  23. Complications due to parental administering medications, their prophylaxis.

  24. Pulse: definition, basic properties of pulse

  25. Symptoms of the respiratory diseases

  26. Personal hygiene of patients, its components.

  27. Artificial respiration, indication and technique of performing.

  28. Difference bronchial asthma and left ventricular failure

  29. Features of nursing patients with the critical decreasing temperature.

  30. The first aid under poisoning, drowning, mechanical asphyxia.

  31. Difference of peripheral and central cyanosis

  32. Rules of administering oral medications.

  33. Obtaining a respiratory rate, types of the pathological breathing.

  34. Oedema is manifestation of right ventricular failure

  35. Types of administration of medications.

  36. Control diuresis and liquid use at the patients with cardiovascular diseases.

  37. Types of oxygen therapy and indication to its administration. Rules of accident prevention during the use of oxygen equipments.

  38. Importance of health nutrition, basic therapeutic diets, their description.

  39. Sanitary treatment, its purpose and kinds.

  40. Personal hygiene of patients, its components.

  41. Control of bowel elimination at the patients with cardiovascular diseases.

  42. Indication and technique of inserting a rectal tube, enemas and their kinds, technique of administering.

  43. The first aid to patients with alcohol poisoning.

  44. Artificial respiration, indication and technique of performing.

  45. Anaphylactic shock. Signs, first aid.

  46. Types of administration of medications.

  47. Rules of store and administering narcotic and toxic medications.

  48. Rules of administering oral medications.

  49. Handwashing nurse and clearing skin of patient before the injection. Prophylaxis of hepatitis, AIDS, sterilization and utilization one-use medical equipments.

  50. General principle of "distracting action" on an organism. Method, indications and contra-indications to using cupping-glasses, mustard plasters.

  51. Types of water procedures, general principle of action on an organism. Types of medical baths, rules of administering baths, the first aid in the case of complications in the baths.

  52. Indications and contraindications to administering hot-water bottle and ice pack. Indications and method of applying hot compresses.

  53. Obtaining a respiratory rate, types of the pathological breathing.

  54. Control diuresis and liquid use at the patients with cardiovascular diseases.

  55. Signs of hypertensive crisis, the first aid during hypertensive crisis.

^ MULTIPLE CHOICE FOR MODUL

1) Who should carry out a care of the patient:

a) Relatives of the patient;

b) Middle and younger medical personnel;

c) All medical workers and relatives of the patient.

2) Name the methods of destruction of the pubic lice:

a) hair is oiled with mixture of vegetable oil with kerosene

b) linen and clothes are disinfected in special chamber

c) a hair is shaved off

d) body is washed with hot water and soap.

^ 3) How are the concepts of the "care" and treatment

corresponded to each other:

a) care and treatment are different concepts;

b) care and treatment are identical concepts;

c) the care is a component of treatment.

4) What does the medical deontology study:

a) mutual relation between the medical workers and patient,

b) mutual relation between the medical workers and patient,

and also his relatives, questions of a professional etiquette and debt;

c) iatrogenic diseases.

^ 5) The nurse, confused externally similar bottles. She enjected

the patient insulin instead Heparinum. Therefore acute deterioration of condition of the patient (coma) occured. How is it possible to estimate action of the nurse:

a) Medical offence;

b) Medical mistake;

c) Casual oversight.

6) The resectable carcinoma of the stomach is revealed in the

patient. He refuses from operation. Your tactics are:

a) To tell the patient the true diagnosis;

b) To discharge the patient out from the hospital;

c) To tell the patient about his having the other disease (peptic ulcer, polyp of a stomach), requiring obligatory surgical treatment, and to convince of necessity of operation.

7) ^ The patient had severe pains in an epigastrium, nausea,

vomiting. It was qualified by the duty doctor on, as an alimentary poisoning. The gastric lavage is carried out. Further the treatment physician reveals the abdominal form of a myocardial infarction. How do you regard the action of the duty doctor:

a) absolutely correct;

b) medical mistake;

c) medical offence.

^ 8) What is a policlinic:

a) independent medicoprophylactic department

b) institution for accommodating patients and supervising

their treatment

c) medical institution where patients receive medical

attention in stationary conditions

d) stationary medical institution where an environment is

provided for the sick to recover completely from their illness

e) medical institution.

^ 9) What is a hospital:

a) independent medicoprophylactic department

b) institution for accommodating patients and supervising

their treatment

c) medical institution where patients receive medical

attention in stationary conditions

d) stationary medical institution where an environment is provided

for the sick to recover completely from their illness

e) medical institution.

10 ^ What is a clinic:

a) independent medicoprophylactic department

b) institution for accommodating patients and supervising

their treatment

c) medical institution where patients receive medical

attention in stationary conditions

d) stationary medical institution where an environment is

provided for the sick to recover completely from their illness

e) medical institution.

^ 11) What is sanatorium:

a) independent medicoprophylactic department

b) institution for accommodating patients and supervising

their treatment

c) medical institution where patients receive medical

attention in stationary conditions

d) stationary' medical institution where an environment is

provided for the sick to recover completely from their illness

e) medical institution.

^ 12) Name the functions of the department manager:

a) to organize well-timed inspection and treatment of the

patients

b) to carry out inspection and treatment of the patients

c) to organize and monitor work to the nurses and of the

nurse-assistants

d) to monitor work of the medical personnel

e) to answer for rational use of the bed fund of department,

medical equipment and pharmaceutical.

^ 13) Name the functions of the physician:

a) to organize well-timed inspection and treatment of the

patients

b) to carry out inspection and treatment of the patients

c) to organize and monitor work to the nurses and of the

nurse-assistants

d) to monitor work of the medical personnel

e) to answer for rational use of the bed fund of department,

medical equipment and pharmaceutical.

141 ^ Name the functions of the senior nurse:

a) to organize well-timed inspection and treatment of the

patients

b) to carry out inspection and treatment of the patients

c) to organize and monitor work to the nurses and of the

nurse-assistants

d) to monitor work of the medical personnel

e) to answer for rational use of the bed fund of department,

medical equipment and pharmaceutical.

^ 15) Name the functions of the ward-nurse:

a) to keep the medical equipment and pharmaceuticals

b) to carry out all prescriptions of the physicians on

inspection and treatment of the patients

c) to carry out various injections

d) to collect of blood for biochemical analyses

e) definition of a blood group together with the physician.

^ 16) Name the functions of the procedural nurse:

a) to keep the medical equipment and pharmaceuticals

b) to carry out all prescriptions of the physicians on

inspection and treatment of the patients

c) to carry out various injections

d) to collect of blood for biochemical analyses

e) definition of a blood group together with the physician.

^ 17) Name the function of the nurse-assistant:

a) to keep the medical equipment and pharmaceuticals

b) to carry out all prescriptions of the physicians on

inspection and treatment of the patients

c) care of the patients

d) to collect of blood for biochemical analyses

e) the maintenance of a necessary sanitary condition in the department

^ 18) What manipulations carried are out in the procedural

room?

a) injection;

b) puncture of plueral cavity;

c) application of a mustard plaster;

d) measurement of the height;

e) definition of a blood group.

^ 19) What medical documents do the ward nurses conduct?

a) register of transfer of shifts; ..

b) leafs of disability;

c) leafs of medical prescriptions;

d) case report;

e) temperature sheets.

20) What documents must be on the nurse's post:

a) temperature sheets;

b) diet sheets;

c) register, movements of the patients in the department;

d) dressing material;

e) refrigeration cabinet.

^ 21) Name the methods of the pubic lice destruction?

a) hair is oiled with mixture of vegetable oil and kerosene

b) linen and clothes are disinfected in special chamber

c) hair is shaved off

d) body is washed with the hot water and soap

e) body is washed with kerosene.

^ 22) What is the cause of gigantism?

a) mixedema

b) pneumonia

c) dysfunction of the anterior lobe of the pituitary

d) hypo function of the sex gland

e) trauma.

23) Name the methods of the capites lice destruction:

a) hair is oiled with mixture of vegetable oil and kerosene

b) linen and clothes are disinfected in special chamber

c) hair is shaved off

d) body is washed with the hot water and soap

e) body is washed with kerosene.

^ 24) When is the weight measured?

a) in entering to the hospital

b) in discharging from the hospital

c) during the treatment

d) patients with edema during the treatment

e) after sleep.

25) Where does clothes lice parasitize?

a) on a single hair of the head

b) in pleat and seams of a linen

c) on hair surfaces of pubic area

d) on beard

e) in armpit.

^ 26) What is the cause of dwarfishness?

a) lung diseases

b) hypofunction of the anterior lobe of the pituitary .

c) child's diseases

d) hunger

e) hypofunction of the thyroid gland.

27) Name the methods of the clothes lice destruction:

a) hair is oiled with mixture of vegetable oil and kerosene

b) linen and clothes are disinfected in special chamber

c) hair is shaved off

d) body is washed with the hot water and soap

e) body is washed with kerosene.

^ 28) Where does pubic lice parasitize?

a) on a single hair of the head

b) in pleat and seams of a linen

c) on hair surfaces of pubic area

d) on beard

e) in armpit.

29) What is the normal weight of the 200 cm height man?

a) 100 kg

b) 70 kg

c) 150 kg

d) 120 kg

e) 80 kg

30) Where is the weight measured?

a) on a special medical balance

b) on a metal graduated plank

c) on a bed

d) on a special chair.

^ 31) Where do capites lice parasitize?

a) on a single hair of the head

b) in pleat and seams of a linen

c) on hair surfaces of pubic area

d) on beard

e) in armpit.

32) What are the causes of the height's deviations?

a) lung diseases

b) endocrine dysfunction

c) heart diseases

d) child's diseases

e) over eating (gluttony)

^ 33. How does the patient enter to the hospital?

a) on the stretcher-can.

b) on foot

c) according to plan

d) independently

e) by emergency.

34) What is normal weigh! of the 180 cm height man:

a) 110

b)100

c)90

d)80

e)70.

35) ^ What must be water temperature in the bath:

a) 38 — 40°C

b) 30 — 35 °С

c) 36 —37 °С

d) 20 —25 °С

e) 25 —28 °С.

36) What must be temperature of the ambient air in the bath

room:

a) 38 — 40°C

b) 30 — 35°C

c) 36 — 37°C

d) 20 — 25°C e)25-28°C.

^ 37) Name the way of the patient transportation:

a) on the arm-chair

b) on foot

c) independently

d) on a stretcher-cart

e) by the emergency.

38) What are disinfectant solutions are used for wet cleaning

of the ward?

a) 0.5 % sol. of lime chloride

b) 10 % sol. of lime chloride

c) 1 % sol. of Chloraminum .

d) 3 % sol. of a peroxide of Hydrogenium

e) Sol. of a permanganate potassium

^ 39) What is it necessary to undertake in an early stage of th

skin ulcer formation?

a) To strengthen all preventive measures

b) To utilize various biologically active ointments

c) To perform surgical treatment

d) To prescribe physical procedures on the affected area

e) To treat the affected areas with 1 % sol. of diamon

green, deep solution of permanganate of a potassiun 5-10% sol. ofiodin.

^ 40) How often is it necessary to carry out wet cleaning of the

ward?

a) Daily

b) As it is needed

c) As it is needed, but not less often that 2 times per day

d) 1 time per week

e) 2 times per week.

^ 41) What does promote diffusion of nosocomial infections?

a) infringement of rules of an aseptic and antiseptic in

hospital

b) present in the department of the bed-bugs and

cockroaches

c) present in the department of the patients with a

pediculosis

d) hospital pneumonia

e) infectious diseases.

^ 42) How often should rooms be aired (times a day) during the

cold season?

a) 1 — 2 b)2-3 c)3 —4 d)4 —5 e)5 —6

43) Name the optimal temperature in the hospital in winter

time:

a) +20°C b)+22°C с)+23-24 °С d) +25-28 °С e)+30°C.

44) Name the optimal temperature in the hospital in summur

time:

a) +20°C b)+22°C с)+23-24 °С

d) +25-28 °С e)+30°C.

^ 45) How often is soiled linen changed?

a) 2 times per day

b) 2 times per week

c) as needed, but not less often than 1 per 10 day

d) 1 time per week

e) 2 times per week.

46) How often is body linen changed?

a) 2 times per day

b) 2 times per week

c) as needed, but not less often than 1 per 10 day

d) 1 time per week

e) 2 times per week.

^ 47) What is the cause of the bedsores formation?

a) disturbance blood circulation in the skin

b) obesity

c) emaciation

d) trauma

e) operation.

48) How often is it necessary to change a patient's positk

(times per day) for the bedsores prophylaxis?

a) 1—2

b) 2- 3

c) 4 — 6 d)6 —8 e)8— 10.

49) How often is it necessary to wash a patient's skin for t

bedsores prophylaxis (times per day)?

a) 1 — 2 b)2-3 c)4— 6 d)6 —8 e) 8 — 10.

50) What is it necessary to undertake for bedsores prophylaxis

if the skin becomes paled?

a) to increase all prophylaxis measures

b) often to change the patient position

c) to treat skin with і 0% camphor spirit

d) to treat with surgica method

e) to treat the skin with massage.

^ 51) What is it necessary to use in the 2-nd stage bedsores

formation?

a) to increase all prophylaxis measures

b) often to change the patient position

c) to treat skin with 10% camphor spirit

d) to treat with surgica] method

e) to treat the skin with massage.

^ 52) What is it necessary to use in the 3-rd stage bedsores

formation?

a) to increase all prophylaxis measures

b) often to change the patient position

c) to treat skin with 10% camphor spirit

d) to treat with surgical method

e) to treat the skin with massage.


^ 53) What solution can be used for the mouth care?

a) 3% sol. of boric acid

b) baking soda solution

c) warm boiled water

d) rivanol

e) soda-glycerol solution.

54) What solution can be usee

a) 3% sol. of boric acid

b) baking soda solution

c) warm boiled water

d) rivanol

e) soda-glycerol solution.

^ 55) How many drops can be instilled into the ear?

a) 1 - 2 b)2-3 c)4 —6 d)6 —8 e) 8 — 10.

56) How many drops can be instilled into the eye?

a) 1 — 2

b) 2 — 3

c) 4 — 6 d)6 — 8 e)8—10.

57) How many drops can be instilled into the nose?

a) 1 —2 b)2-3 c) 4 — 6 d)6 —8 e) 8 — 10.

■ ■

58) What should be a ratio of proteins, fats and carbohydrat

in a diet of the patient?

a) 1:1:4

b) The contents of proteins should prevail

c) The ratio of protein, fat and carbohydrates should be determined by a character of a disease

d) The contents of fat should prevail

e) The contents of carbohydrates should prevail

^ 59) What is parenteral nutrition?

a) The nutrition, which is carried out by artificial way

b) Introduction of a certain composition mixtures with

aim of nutrition

c) Introduction of various substances directly into

venous system

d) Fat nutrition

e) Protein nutrition.

^ 60) What is the function of fats?

a) build tissues

b) transports the fat-soluble vitamins,A, D, E, and К

c) one of the major energy sources

d) to provide the body with a concentrated source of energy

e) to aid in the manufacture of essential substances like

enzymes and hormones.

^ 61) What are the basic energy-sources in the diet?

a) fat

b) minerals

c) carbohydrate

d) protein

e) vitamins

62) What is the major role of proteins?

a) build tissues

b) transports the fat-soluble vitamins,A, D, E, and К

c) one of the major energy sources

d) to provide the body with a concentrated source of energy

e) to aid in the manufacture of essential substances like

enzymes and hormones.

^ 63) Name the main principles of the diet in heart diseases

a) a basic high-protein diet

b) adequate protein, sodium, potassium

c) large amount of potassium

d) exclude fat and fried food

e) mild or low-sodium diet

64) Name the main principles of the diet in liver diseases

a) a basic high-protein diet

b) adequate protein, sodium, potassium

c) large amount of potassium

d) exclude fat and fried food

e) mild or low-sodium diet

^ 65) What is the main role of carbohydrates?

a) build tissues

b) transports the fat-soluble vitamins, A, D, E, and К

c) one of the major energy sources

d) to provide the body with a concentrated source of energ>

e) to aid in the manufacture of essential substances lik

enzymes and hormones.

^ 66) What meaning for the organism has inclusion in a diet <

food fibers?

a) The energy value of nutrition is increased

b) Calorific value of nutrition is decreased

c) The function of digestion system is normalized

d) The activity of an intestinal microflora is normalized

e) The entering of minerals is enlarged.

^ 67) Name the main principles of the diet in kidney diseases

a) a basic high-protein diet

b) adequate protein, sodium, potassium

c) large amount of potassium

d) exclude fat and fried food

e) mild or low-sodium diet

68) What is the source of dietaery fiber?

a) fat

b) protein

c) vitamins

d) minerals

e) corbohydrates

^ 69) What must be excluded from diet of the patient wi

congestive heart failure?

a) potassium

b) salt

c) sugar d)fat

e) vitamins

70) What must be excluded from diet of the patient wi

diabetes mellitus?

a) potassium

b) salt

c) sugar

d) fat

e) vitamins

^ 71) What must be excluded from diet of the patient with

edema?

a) potassium

b) salt

c) sugar d)fat

e) vitamins

72) What must be excluded from diet of the patient with liver

diseases?

a) potassium

b) salt

c) sugar d)fat

e) vitamins

^ 73) What method of drugs (medicine) introduction is called

parenteral?

a) Mouth route of medication

b) Any method of medication other than the oral route 1 c) Topical route of administration

d) Method of medication by means of injection

e) Sublingual medication.

^ 74) In what cases is injection route of medication used?

a) If it is necessary to receive fast medical effect

b) If the drug acts very quickly

c) If the drug has a high toxicity

d) If it is necessary to supply exact concentration of a drug

in a blood

e) If there are no other ways of a drug introduction.

^ 75) Name the forms of oral medications

a) suspensios

b) cream

c) gels

d) powders

e) capsules ;i и

76) Name the advantages of the peroral medication:

a) medicines can be given in any form

b) medicines can be given under non sterile conditions

c) preparations are slowly absorbed into the blood

d) properties of the medicine are altered by the gastric juice

e) it is difficult to predict the concentration of the medicine

in the blood.

^ 77) Name the disadvantages of the peroral medication:

a) medicines can be given in any form

b) medicines can be given under non sterile conditions

c) preparations is slowly absorbed into the blood

d) properties of the medicine are altered by the gastric juice

e) it is difficult to predict the concentration of the medicin

in the blood.

^ 78) Name the enteral medications:

a) sublingual

b) intramuscular

c) intravenous

d) optic

e) otic.

79) Name the topical medications:

a) sublingual

b) oral

c) buccal

d) optic

e) otic.

^ 80) Name the topical medications:

a) nasal

b) vaginal

c) rectal

d) pulmonary

e) subcutaneous.

81) Name the parenteral medications

a) nasal

b) vaginal

c) rectal

d) pulmonary

e) subcutaneous.

^ 82) Name the parenteral medications:

a) intradermal

b) oral

c) buccal

d) intra-arterial

e) intraosseous.

83) Name the forms of oral medications:

a) solid

b) liquid

c) antiseptic

d) antibiotics

e) antiinflammatory.

^ 84) Name the categories of topical medications

a) solid

b) liquid

c) antiseptic

d) antibiotics

e) antiinflammatory.

85) Name the solid forms of oral medications:

a) tablets

b) capsules

c) powders

d) syrups

e) solutions.

^ 86) Name the liquid forms of oral medications:

a) tablets

b) capsules

c) powders

d) syrups

e) solutions.

87) Name the liquid forms of oral medications:

a) suspensions

b) emulsions

c) elixirs

d) tinctures

e) suppositories.

^ 88) Name the topical medications:

a) suspensions

b) emulsions

c) elixirs

d) tinctures

e) suppositories.

89) Name the topical medications:

a) lotions

b) creams

c) ointments

d) powders

e) gels.

^ 90) Name the topical medications:

a) aerosols

b) enemas

c) anesthetics

d) antibiotics

e) antiseptics.

91) Remittent fever is characterized by:

a) morning temperature is higher, than evening temperature

b) the difference between morning and evening temperatui

does not exceed 1 °С

c) daily fluctuations is more than ҐС, and it's minimum

normal

d) sharp increasing of temperature in the evening ar

fluctuation within day is more than 2°C

e) daily temperature fluctuates more than 1°C, and mornir

temperature is more than normal

^ 92) What temperature is dangerous for the patient's life?

a) 40

b)41

c)42

d) more than 42

e)44

93) What measures on a care should be applied in the first

stage of fever?

a) to give a hot tea

b) to cover the patient with hot water bottle

c) to change bed-linen

d) to put a cold compress on forehead

e) to change body-linen

^ 94) Intermittent fever is characterized:

a) daily temperature fluctuates more than 1°C, and morning

temperature is more than normal

b) the difference between morning and evening temperature

does not exceed ] °С

c) daily fluctuations more than 1С, and its minimum is normal

d) sharp increasing of temperature in the evening and

fluctuation within day is more than 2°C

e) morning temperature is higher, than evening temperature

^ 95) Hectica fever is observed in:

a) malaria

b) lobar pneumonia

c) sepsis, serious pulmonary tuberculosis

d) endocarditis

e) bronchitis

96) What measures on a care should be applied in a second

stage of the fever?

a) to warm the patient

b) to control a pulse rate, respiration, arterial pressure

c) to control a condition of the central nervous system

d) to carry out a care of an oral cavity

e) to give a hot tea

^ 97) The patient's daily temperature within 1,5 weeks fluctuate;

between 38 — 38,8°C. What type of a fever is it?

a) continued fever

b) remittent fever

c) hectic fever

d) recurrent fever

e) intermittent fever.

^ 98) Name the normal temperature:

a) 36,6°C

b)36,4 —36,9DC ;>,.

c) 37 — 38°C

d) 39°C

e) 36,9°C

99) What measures on a care should be applied in the critica

drop of the temperature?

a) carefully to control condition of cardiovascular system

b) to change body and bed linens as needed

c) to put a cold compress on a forehead

d) to warm the patient and to give some hot tea to him

e) to carry out prophylaxis of skin ulcer

^ 100) The patient's the daily temperature fluctuates betwee

37-39°C. What type of a fever is it?

a) continued fever

b) remittent fever

c) hectic fever

d) recurrent fever

e) intermittent fever

101) Subfebril temperature is:

a) from 36 to 37°C

b) from 37 to 38°C

c) from 38 to 39°C

d) from 39 to 40°C

e) over 40°C

^ 102) How are the processes of the thermoregulation changed in the first stage of the fever?

a) blood vessels of a skin are narrowed

b) blood vessels of a skin are dilated

c) the diaphoresis intensifies

d) decreasing of a heat production and increasing of a heat

loss

e) increasing of a heat production and decreasing of a heat

loss

103) The patient has daily temperature variations within the limits of 36 — 40,2°C. Intense chill is preceded by increasing of the temperature. The drop is accompanied by the exhausting diaphoresis. What type of a fever is it?

a) continued fever

b) remittent fever

c) hectic fever

d) recurrent fever

e) intermittent fever

^ 104) Moderately high temperature is:

a) from 36 to 37°C

b) from 37 to 38°C

c) from 38 to 39°C

d) from 39 to 40°C

e) over 40°C

105) How are the processes of the thermoregulation changed in the third stage of fever?

a) blood vessels of a skin are narrowed

b) blood vessels of a skin are dilated

c) the diaphoresis intensifies

d) decreasing of a heat production and increasing of a heat loss

e) increasing of a heat production and decreasing of a heat loss

^ 106) Alternating the periods of fever with the afebril periods is

presented in the patient. What type of a fever is it?

a) continued fever

b) remittent fever

c) hectic fever

d) recurrent fever

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^ 107) High temperature is:

a) from 36 to 37°C

b) from 37 to 38°C

c) from 38 to 39°C

d) from 39 to 41 °С

e) over 41 °С

108) Hyperpyretic temperature is:

a) from 36 to 37°C

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c) from 38 to 39 С

d) from 39 to 41 °С

e) over 41 °С

109) Subnormal temperature is:

a) 36 — 37°C b)38°C

c) 35 _ 36°C

d) below 34°C

e) 36,6°C

^ 110) What termination of fever is called lysis?

a) gradually decreasing of the temperature during sever;

days

b) sudden temperature drop

c) alternation of fever and afebril periods

d) periodic elevation of temperature followed by its drop

^ 111) What termination of fever is called crisis?

a) gradually decreasing of the temperature during sever

days

b) sudden temperature drop

c) alternation of fever and afebril periods .

d) periodic elevation of temperature followed by its drop.

^ 112) Name the normal oral temperature (°С):

a) 37

b) 37,5

c) 36,5

d) 37,3 є) 34

113) Name the normal rectal temperature (°С):

a) 37

b) 37,5

c) 36,5

d) 37,3 e)34

114) Name the normal axillary temperature (°С):

a) 37

b) 37,5

c) 36,5

d) 37,3 e)34

115) Name the normal esophageal temperature (°С):

a) 37 b)37,5

c) 36,5

d) 37,3 e)34

116) Name the types of mercury thermometers:

a) oral

b) rectal

c) axillary

d) institutional

e) individual

^ 117) Name the types of electronic thermometers:

a) oral

b) rectal

c) axillary

d) institutional

e) individual

118) Name the types of thermometers:

a) mercury

b) electronic

c) chemical dot d)esophageal e) oral

^ 119) Name the contraindications for oral measurement temperature:

a) unconscious condition

b) young children

c) oral or nasal impairment

d) diarrhea

e) recent rectal surgery

119) Name the contraindications for rectal measurement temperature:

a) unconscious condition

b) young children

c) oral or nasal impairment

d) diarrhoea

e) recent rectal surgery

^ 120) Name the contraindications for rectal measurement temperature:

a) recent prostatic surgery

b) recent myocardial infarction

c) sezure-prone

d) disoriented patients

e) infants

121) Name the contraindications for rectal measurement temperature:

a) unconscious condition

b) young children

c) oral or nasal impairment

d) diarrhoea

e) recent rectal surgery

^ 122) Name the contraindications for oral measurement temperature:

a) recent prostatic surgery

b) recent myocardial infarction

c) sezure-prone

d) disoriented patients

e) infants

123) Name the contraindications for oral measurement of temperature:

a) recent prostatic surgery

b) recent myocardial infarction

c) sezure-prone

d) disoriented patients

e) infants

^ 124) What is pyrexia?

a) elevation of body temperature over 37°C

b) transient elevation of body temperature during few hours

c) fever lasting up to 15 days

d) fever lasting from 1 5 about 45 days

e) fever lasting more than 45 days

^ 125) What is hyperthermia?

a) elevation of body temperature over. 37°C

b) transient elevation of body temperature during few hours

c) fever lasting up to 15 days

d) fever lasting from 15 about 45 days

e) fever lasting more than 45 days

^ 126) What is ephemeral i'ebris?

a) elevation of body temperature over 37°C

b) transient elevation of body temperature during few hours

c) fever lasting up to 15 days

d) fever lasting from 15 about 45 days

e) fever lasting more than 45 days

^ 127) What is acute fever?

a) elevation of body temperature over 37°C

b) transient elevation of body temperature during few hours

c) fever lasting up to 15 days

d) fever lasting from 1:5 about 45 days

e) fever lasting more than 45 days

^ 128) What is subacute fever?

a) elevation of body temperature over 37°C

b) transient elevation of body temperature during few hours

c) fever lasting up to 15 days

d) fever lasting from 15 about 45 days

e) fever lasting more than 45 days

^ 129) What is chronic fever?

a) elevation of body temperature over 37°C

b) transient elevation of body temperature during few hours

c) fever lasting up to 15 days .

d) fever lasting from 15 about 45 days

e) fever lasting more than 45 days

^ 130) What is typical for irregalar fever?

a) cicardian variations are varied and irregular

b) alternation of fever and afebrile periods

c) periodic elevation of the temperature followed by its dro d^ elevation of temperature

e) decreasing of temperature

^ 131) What is typical for recurrent fever?

a) cicardian variations are varied and irregular

b) alternation of fever and afebrile periods

c) periodic elevation of the temperature followed by its dro

d) elevation of temperature

e) decreasing of temperature

^ 132) What is typical for undulant fever?

a) cicardian variations are varied and irregular

b) alternation of fever and afebrile periods

c) periodic elevation of the temperature followed by its drc

d) elevation of temperature

e) decreasing of temperature

^ 133) What is typical for stadium incrementi?

a) cicardian variations are varied and irregular

b) alternation of fever and afebrile periods

c) periodic elevation of the temperature followed by its drc

d) elevation of temperature

e) decreasing of temperature

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