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1 It is important that the patient is unaware that you are taking their respiratory rate.

True
False

2 As a person ages from a baby to an adult, their respiratory rate tends to

Decrease
Increase

3 What is this sound? Make sure your sound is turned on.

Crackles
Wheezes
Rhonchi
Stridor
Normal Breathing

4 What is this sound? Make sure your sound is turned on.

Crackles
Wheezes
Rhonchi
Stridor
Normal Breathing

5 What is this sound? Make sure your sound is turned on.

Crackles
Wheezes
Rhonchi
Stridor
Normal Breathing

6 What is the normal respiratory rate range of an adult?

10-30 breaths/minute
12-20 breaths/minute
20-24 breaths/minute
30-60 breaths/minute

7 Wheezes, often caused by bronchoconstriction can be found as the patient inhales or exhales, although they are more common on exhalation.

True
False

8 Tachypnea can be defined as

A respiratory rate above 20 breaths per minute
A respiratory rate above 30 breaths per minute
A respiratory rate above normal range for the patient
A respiratory range below normal range for the patient

9 If you can't hear lung sounds, pressing harder with the bell of the stethoscope will always provide a better sound.

True
False

10 Adventitious lung sounds include wheezing, rhonchi, and rales/crackles.

True
False


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