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Free Exam: 2010 Update When to Call a Code 3 Stroke Alert

Number of Questions in Test: 5

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Question 1

Which of the following would not be considered a sympton of a stroke

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 2

Mr. B was admitted to your unit last night with the diagnosis of headaches and hypertension. When you enter into his room to do your morning assessment you note the following: he demonstrates right corner mouth droop, right arm weakness and there is slurring of his speech when he answers your questions. The last time he was seen as normal was yesterday evening around 10 pm. Your action is to:

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 3

You are making your morning rounds and have just checked on all of your patients when a family member comes out of a room and asks for your assistance. You walk into the room and notice that Mr. D is leaning to one side of the bed. You walk over to speak to him and notice that when he answers you his speech is slurred and he has left mouth droop. You ask him to close his eyes and raise both of his arms and you note that his right arm can raise higher than his left arm. Your initial action now is to:

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 4

The "KEY" to calling a Code 3 Stroke alert is recognizing that the signs and symptoms a patient exhibits are "sudden and of new onset".

Type: True/False
Points: 1

Question 5

The five major signs and symptoms of a stroke (as stated in this presentation) are: [u]sudden[/u] numbness and or weakness of the face, arm or leg; [u]sudden[/u] confusion, trouble speaking or understanding; [u]sudden[/u] trouble seeing in one or both eyes; [u]sudden[/u] trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or coordination, and [u]sudden[/u] severe headache with no known cause

Type: True/False
Points: 1

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