Pathophysiology Concepts in Altered Health States 6th Edition Porth Test Bank
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Below you will find some free nursing test bank questions from this test bank:
Unit I Concepts of Health and Disease
Unit II Cell Function and Growth
Unit III Integrative Body Functions
Unit IV Hematopoietic Function
Unit V Infection, Immunity, and Inflammation
Unit VI Cardiovascular Function
Unit VII Respiratory Function
Unit VIII Renal Function and Fluid and Electrolytes
Unit IX Gastrointestinal Function
Unit X Endocrine Function
Unit XI Genitourinary and Reproductive Function
Unit XII Neural Function
Unit XIII Special Senses
Unit XIV Musculoskeletal Function
Unit XV Integumentary Function
- Which one of the following best describes the World Health Organization’s goal for the health of the citizens of the world?
- An ability to live a socially and economically productive life*
- A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being
- A complete absence of disease and infirmity
- The term pathogenesis refers to the:
A. cause or causes of a disease
- way in which a disease progresses*
- probable outcome of a disease
- The normal values of a lab test represent the:
- mean of a selected sample of people
- median of a selected sample of people
- mean plus or minus two standard deviations of a sample of people*
- the average value from animal studies
- In taking blood pressure measurements you notice that the anaeroid sphygomomanometer provides measurements that are 15 to 20 mm Hg less than the mercury manometer that is available for use. This difference in measurement would reflect the:
- reliability of the measurement method
- validity of the measurement method*
- Epidemiology reflects the:
- study of disease in populations*
- study of disease in individuals
- The American Cancer Society reports that there were 10,000 new cases of a given type of cancer in the US population during the previous year. This information would represent:
- the incidence of this type of cancer*
- the prevalence of this type of cancer
- Mortality statistics provide information about:
- the leading causes of death*
- the effects of an illness on a person’s life
- the long-term consequences of a disease
- the cost of a particular disease to the economy
- Cohort studies are often used to determine the risk factors for disease. These studies are designed to observe:
- the effects of a disease in people exposed to a factor and those who are not exposed to the factor
- the effects of a disease in people known to have the outcome of the disease and those who do not have the outcome
- the health outcomes of a group of people who are about the same age and who share the same characteristics of interest observed over a period of time *
- The natural history of a disease refers to the:
- different causes of a disease
- methods by which the disease is spread
- progression and projected outcome of a disease*
- people at risk for developing the disease
- Immunization would be an example of:
- primary prevention*
- secondary prevention
- tertiary prevention