1. You are performing a respiratory assessment on a patient when the patient reports
occassional chest pain.
Consider how you will demonstate effective management of the patients
2. A patient is being assessed after reporting dyspnea.
Consider how you will document
your understanding of the effects of cyanosis.
3. If you are assessing a patient for crepitus, you will need to perform a specific hand
Consider which technique is the most effective.
4. A patient is undergoing a respiratory assessment, auscultates is being performed.
Consider how to determine if a adventitious lung sound is present.
5. You are preparing to monitor a patient's arterial oxygen saturation levels
with a pulse oximetry ear probe.
Consider the conditions that you will monitor for