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Which nerve allows you to see?
2-Optic nerve
Stick out your tongue and move it side to side. What nerve allows you to do this?
XII Hypoglossal
Which nerve allows smell?
I Olfactory
Which nerve allows hearing?
VIII vestibulocochlear
Turn your head from side to side and shrug your shoulders. Which nerve is intact to be able to do this?
XI Spinal Accessory
Nerves responsible for taste and swallowing?
IX Glossopharyngeal
X Vagus
Nerve responsible for coughing?
X Vagus
Nerves responsible for pupil dilation and eye movement?
III Oculomotor
VI Abducens
IV Trochlear
Nerve responsible for chewing?
V Trigeminal
Best way to assess for aspiration would be:
a. Check the cheeks for pocketed food
b. Auscultate the lungs
c. Count the respiratory rate
d. Have the client deep breathe and cough
B. Auscultate the lungs
I: Olfactory
Sensory; smell
II: Optic
Sensory; vision
III: Oculomotor
Motor to eye muscles; eye movement via medial and lateral rectus and inferior oblique and superior rectus muscles and lid elevation via the levator muscle
Parasympathetic-motor; pupil constriction
IV: Trochlear
Motor; eye movement via superior oblique muscles
V: Trigeminal
Sensory; Sensation from skin of face and scalp and mucous membranes of mouth and nose
Motor; muscles of chewing
VII: Facial
Sensory; Pain and temperature from ear area; deep sensations from the face; taste from anterior tow thirds of the tongue
Motor; Muscles of the face and scalp
Parasympathetic-motor; Lacrimal, submandibular, and sublingual salivary glands
VII: Vestibulocochlear
Sensory; hearing and equilibrium
IX: Glossopharyngeal
Sensory; Pain and temp from ear; taste and sensations from posterior one third of tongue and pharynx
Motor; skeletal muscles of throat
Parasympathetic-motor; parotid glands
X: Vagus
Sensory; Pain and temp from ear; sensations from pharynx, larynx, thoracic and abdominal viscera
Motor; Muscles of the soft palate, larynx and pharynx
Parasypathetic-motor; Thoracici and abdominal viscera; cells of secretory glands; cardiac and smooth muscle innervation to the level of the splenic flexure
XI: Accessory
Motor; Skeletal muscles of the pharynx and larynx and sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles
XII: Hypoglossal
Motor; Skeletal muscles of the tongue