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Ch9 Therpist-driven

Chapter 9 The Therapist-Driven Protocol

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1. Which of the following pathophysiologic mechanisms is or are associated with the “atelectasis” clinical scenario? 1. Air trapping 2. Decreased ventilation/ perfusion ratio 3. Deflation reflex 4. Irritant reflex 2. Decreased ventilation/ perfusion ratio 3. Deflation reflex 4. Irritant reflex
2. Which of the following clinical manifestations is or are associated with the “excessive bronchial secretions” clinical scenario? 1. Translucent radiographs 2. Increased forced vital capacity 3. Pursed-lip breathing 4. Air bronchograms 1. Translucent radiographs 3. Pursed-lip breathing
3. Which of the following clinical manifestations is or are associated with the “atelectasis” clinical scenario? 1. Increased opacity in chest x-ray 2. Decreased forced vital capacity 3. Bronchial breath sounds 4. Diminished heart sounds 1. Increased opacity in chest x-ray 2. Decreased forced vital capacity 3. Bronchial breath sounds
4. Which of the following pathophysiologic mechanisms is or are associated with the “bronchospasm” clinical scenario? 1. Air trapping 2. Decreased ventilation/ perfusion ratio 3. Increased airway resistance 4. Irritant reflex 1. Air trapping 2. Decreased ventilation/ perfusion ratio 3. Increased airway resistance 4. Irritant reflex
5. Which of the following clinical manifestations is or are associated with the “distal airway and alveolar weakening” clinical scenario? 1. Diminished breath sounds 2. Decreased residual volume 3. Pursed-lip breathing 4. Dull percussion note 1. Diminished breath sounds 3. Pursed-lip breathing
6. According to AARC, purpose of TDPs is to: 1. Deliver individualized diagnostic & therapeutic resp. care 2 3. Choose indications 4 RT & modalities 4 providing effective care 4. Empower RTs 2 allocate care using sign & symptom based algorithms
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