300+ TOP Dyspnea MCQs and Answers Pdf Online Quiz

Dyspnea MCQs :-

1. The symptoms are dyspnea. lightheadedness, palpitations, parenthesis (perioral and extremities). Physical examination shows restlessness, anxiety and a normal cerebrovascular examination.

  • Vascular ring
  • Heart failure
  • Laryngomalacia
  • Hyperventilation syndrome
  • Anemia

2. The progressive dyspnea of anemia is usually associated with unusual fatigue, palpitations, lightheadedness or dizziness.

  • False
  • True

3. Dyspnea resulting from anemia is usually accompanied by fever, chest pain and restlessness.

  • True
     False

4. Diminished levels of consciousness, confusion and restlessness are manifestations of hypoxia in patients experiencing respiratory problems.

  • True
  • False

5. A common cause of acute-onset dyspnea is left ventricular dysfunction.

  • False
  • True

6. When dyspnea is caused by pulmonary or cardiac conditions, the shortness of breath improves with activity and worsens with rest.
True
False

7. Dyspnea caused by anxiety improves and diminishes with rest.
True
False

8. The symptoms are an acute onset of dyspnea; history of insect sting, ingestion of a drug or allergen. Physical examination shows angioedema. tachypnea. clammy skin, hypotension, bilateral wheezes and tachycardia.
Foreign body aspiration
Croup
Anaphylaxis
Pneumothorax
Pulmonary embolus

9. The patient had a recent viral infection. Her symptoms are fever. strider and purulent sputum.
Acute epiglottises
Pneumonia
Bacterial tracheitis
Botulism
Status asthmatics

10. Alleviating factors for dyspnea include sitting upright, taking diuretic medications and resting for prolonged periods.
True
False

Dyspnea MCQs
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11. Anaphylaxis may result from foreign body aspiration.
False
True

12. The physical examination shows hypoventilation, drooling, weak cry, ptosis. ophthalmoplegia and loss of head control. There may be honey ingestion in an infant or contaminated food eaten by an adult.
Pneumonia
Botulism
Acute epiglottises
Status asthmatics
Bacterial tracheitis

13. The patient had an acute onset of dyspnea; a sharp, tearing chest pain; and pain may radiate to ipsilateral shoulder. The physical results show tachycardia, diminished breath sounds, decreased tactile fremitus, hyper resonance of lung area affected: and possible hypertension and tracheal shift.
Pneumothorax
Pulmonary embolus
Croup
Foreign body aspiration
Anaphylaxis

14. Dyspnea is a subjective sensation of air hunger that results in labored breathing.
True
False

15. In the neonate and infant, there is a history of strider and URI. Physical results shows inspiratory strider with a normal cough and cry.
Vascular ring
Hyperventilation syndrome
Anemia
Laryngomalacia
Heart failure

16. The sudden onset of choking, coughing or wheezing, without preceding upper respiratory tract infection, is likely to be status asthmatics.
False
True

17. The symptoms are dyspnea. cough, sputum production (green, rust or red), pleuritic chest pain, chills. In infants and children, the symptoms may be irritability and feeding problems. Physical examination shows fever, tachycardia, tachypnea, inspiratory crackles, asynchronous breathing, vocal fremitus, percussion dull or flat over area of consolidation, and bronchophony and ego phony.
Botulism
Status asthmatic us
Acute epiglottises
Pneumonia
Bacterial tracheitis

18. The symptoms are chronic progressive dyspnea, dyspnea on exertion, persistent cough, minimal sputum, easy fatigue and a history of smoking. Physical results show rapid shallow respirations. reddish complexion, increased AP diameter of thorax, use of accessory muscles to breathe, pursed-lip breathing and muffled heart sounds.
Heart failure
Poor physical conditioning
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
Asthma
Hyperventilation syndrome

19. Periodic recurrent dyspnea is most often the result of bronchospasm and inflamed bronchi caused by heart disease.
False
True

20. The patient has a history of upper respiratory tract infection. The physical findings show a hoarse, seal-bark cough with fever.
Pulmonary embolus
Anaphylaxis
Pneumothorax
Foreign body aspiration
Croup

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