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NR 667 Cardiovascular Quiz

1. Question: A child’s resting heart rate is expected to be between 60 and 100 beats per minute once he reaches: 10 years of age.
2. Question: A patient who has diabetes presents with pain in his lower legs when he walks and pain resolution with rest. When specifically asked about the pain in his lower leg, he likely will report pain: in the calf muscle.
3. Question: The correlation between blood pressure and age greater than 60 years is that as age increases: diastolic blood pressure decreases.
4. Question: A 77-year-old patient has had an increase in blood pressure since the last exam. The blood pressure readings are provided. If medication is to be started on this patient, what would be a good first choice? Calcium channel blocker
5. Question: Most hypertension in preadolescents and children is: Secondary hypertension.
6. Question: Pharmacologic treatment for children who have hypertension should be initiated for: Diabetics with hypertension.
7. Question: How often should blood pressure be measured in a child who is 3 years old? It should be measured annually.
8. Question: A patient with poorly controlled hypertension and history of myocardial infarction 6 years ago presents today with mild shortness of breath. He takes quin april, ASA, metoprolol, and a statin daily. What symptom is NOT indicative of heart failure? Headaches
9. Question: Which medication listed below could potentially exacerbate heart failure in a susceptible patient? Metoprolol
10. Question: Which test below is most cost-effective to screen for abdominal aortic aneurysm? Abdominal ultrasound

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