Medical Surgical Nursing reviewer with 160 points for NCLEX. Some of the included points are:
- Otosclerosis is characterized by replacement of normal bones by spongy and highly vascularized bones.
- Use of high-pitched voice is inappropriate for the client with hearing impairment.
- Rinne’s test compares air conduction with bone conduction.
- Vertigo is the most characteristic manifestation of Meniere’s disease.
- Low sodium is the diet for a client with Meniere’s disease.
- A client who had cataract surgery should taught to call his MD if he has eye pain.
- Risk for Injury takes priority for a client with Meniere’s disease.
- Irrigate the eye with sterile saline is the priority nursing intervention when the client has a foreign body protruding from the eye.
- Snellen’s Test assesses visual acuity.
- Presbyopia is an eye disorder characterized by lessening of the effective powers of accommodation.
- The primary problem in cataract is blurring of vision.
- The primary reason for performing iridectomy after cataract extraction is to prevent secondary glaucoma.
- In acute glaucoma, the obstruction of the flow of aqueous humor is caused by displacement of the iris.
- Glaucoma is characterized by irreversible blindness.
- Hyperopia is corrected by convex lens.
- Pterygium is caused primarily by exposure to dust.
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