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In writing your case study, you will write an ___________ paragraph that briefly introduces your patient.
Introductory
In writing your case study, you will write an introductory paragraph that briefly introduces your patient.

This paragraph:

a) should briefly mention care you provided

b) should not mention care you provided
should not mention care you provided
The "History of the chief complaint" should include both the chief complaint in the patients ______ ______ & described in __ __ __ __ __.
own words

P Q R S T
The Health History paragraph in your case study includes a brief summary of the patient’s _______, ________, & surgical history.
medical

family
In your case study you will state if the patient is a good historian or not in the ________ paragraph. It is also important to include if the patient is a good _______.
Health History

historian
In the case study, the medication section must include a list of the _____ meds and the _____.
home

hospital
In the "Current & Hospital Medications" section of your case study you must include _______, ______, & _____, medications in addition to home & hospital medications.
OTC

RX

Homeopathics
In the Head To Toe section of your case study include assessment data but DO NOT INCLUDE _____ ___ ___.
DO NOT INCLUDE what you did
A Mini Mental State Exam gauges an individuals mental state with a maximum score of ____.
30
In a Mini Mental State Exam that gauges mental state with a Maximum score of 30, a score of 24 - 30 may indicate ___________.
• 24-30 may indicate Depression
• Less than 20 may indicate dementia/delirium
depression
In a Mini Mental State Exam, a score of less than 20 may indicate ______/______/
dementia/delirium
Areas assessed in a Mini Mental State Exam include:

HINT: O R R A L L
Orientation

Registration

Recall

Attention and Calculation

Language

Level of Consciousness
Continuum
Cranial Nerve 1 is:
Olfactory
Cranial Nerve II is:
Optic:
Cranial Nerve III is:
Oculomotor (sense of vision)

pupil rx/accomodation
Cranial Nerve IV is:
Trochlear - extraocular movement
Cranial Nerve VI is:
Abducens – extraocular movement
Cranial Nerve V is:
Trigeminal

sensation: forehead, jaw, cheeks, and chin; mastication
Cranial Nerve VII is:
facial

Tongue; muscles of face, forehead, eye
Cranial Nerve VIII is:
Acoustic

Hearing and balance
Optic Cranial Nerves include:
II - Optic:

III - Oculomotor (pupil rx/accomodation)

IV - Trochlear (extraocular movement)

VI - Abducens (extraocular movement)
Cranial Nerve IX is:
Glossopharyngeal

Muscles of pharynx
Cranial Nerve X is:
VAGUS

Muscles of larynx, pharynx, esophagus

Thoracic & abdominal viscera
Cranial Nerve XI is:
Spinal Accessory

Sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles
Cranial Nerve XII is:
Hypoglossal (tongue)
The Olfactory nerve is what Cranial Nerve:
I
The Optic nerve is what Cranial Nerve:
II
The Oculomotor nerve is which of the cranial nerves?
III

(pupil rx/accomodation)
The Trochlear nerve is which of the cranial nerves?
IV

extraocular movement
The Abducens nerve is which of the cranial nerves?
VI

extraocular movement
The Trigeminal nerve is which of the cranial nerves?
V

(sensation: forehead, jaw, cheeks, and chin; mastication)
The Facial nerve is which of the cranial nerves?
VII - Tongue

muscles of face, forehead, eye
The Acoustic nerve is which of the cranial nerves?
VIII

Hearing & Balance
The Glossopharyngeal nerve is which of the cranial nerves?
IX

Muscles of pharynx
The Vagus nerve is which of the cranial nerves?
X

Muscles of larynx, pharynx, esophagus

Thoracic & abdominal viscera
The Spinal Accessory nerve is which of the cranial nerves?
XI

Sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles
The Hypoglossal nerve is which of the cranial nerves?
XII

tongue
Name the cranial nerves that control the sense of vision with the cranial optic nerve being II.
III: Oculomotor – pupil rx/accomodation

IV: Trochlear – extraocular movement

VI: Abducens – extraocular movement
Sensation of the forehead, jaw, cheeks, and chin; & also for mastication is under the control of what cranial nerve?
• V: Trigeminal
The tongue; muscles of face, forehead, eye are under the control of what cranial nerve?
• VII: Facial
Hearing and balance are under the control of what cranial nerve?
• VIII: Acoustic
Muscles of pharynx are under the control of what cranial nerve?
• IX: Glossopharyngeal
Muscles of larynx, the pharynx, esophagus, thoracic & abdominal viscera are under the control of what cranial nerve?
• X: Vagus
The Sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles are under the control of what cranial nerve?
• XI: Spinal Accessory
The tongue is under the control of what cranial nerve?
• XII: Hypoglossal
The Glasgow Coma Scale is an assessment tool for assessing what 3 conditions of a patient?

Motor Response
Verbal Response
Eye Opening
Motor Response

Verbal Response

Eye Opening
A scale used to assist in assessing a patients motor responses, verbal responses & visual responses is?
Glasgow Coma Scale
A sensory assessment includes?
vision & the sense of hearing
A vision assessment evaluates what 4 things?
– Acuity
– Tracking
– Pupilary response
– Accommodation
Assessing the sense of hearing includes checking for what 3 conditions?
• Presbycusis
• Tinnitis
• Hearing aids
Hearing testing uses?
Audiometer

Weber

Rinne