2017_2 TMA Solutions: PHS509 - Geriatrics, Gerontology and Care of Persons with Disabilities

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2017_2 TMA Solutions: PHS509 - Geriatrics, Gerontology and Care of Persons with Disabilities

Postby Jed » Fri Dec 15, 2017 7:13 am

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1 Rigidity of the chest wall with weakening of the diaphragm and intercostal muscles are characteristics of ----system

Respiratory


2 Increase in the size of the heart leading to murmurs during ageing is characteristics of --- system

Cardiovascular


3 Which system is primarily affected in stature and posture during ageing

Musculoske letal


4 Ageing changes on ---system mainly affects the hair, skin and teeth

Integumentary


5 Which theory rightly describes the three concepts that are basic to nursing practice

Orem􀳦??s self-care deficit theory


6 􀳦??theory is well fitted for gerontology, geriatrics and care of person with disabilities in view of the cultural determination of the societal values of elderly person.

Leininger􀳦??s theory


7 An elderly person being able to look at post-accomplishment and accept one􀳦??s limitations is called

Jung􀳦??s theory of indiv iduals


8 There are ---- identified sociological theories of ageing

Five


9 ----theory states that ageing is genetically determined

genetic programme theory


10 Oxidative stress theory is based on oxygen-free radicals that are generated randomly in cells during oxidative􀳦?􀳦..

Metabo lism


11 ----theory states that ageing is due to accumulated mutations in deoxyribonucleic acid in the cells

genetic mutati on theory


12 Biological theories of ageing is divided into how many categories

Thre e


13 The scientific study of the biological, sociological, psychological and functional ageing process as well as nursing care and treatment of elderly people is referred to also as

care of person with disabilities


14 The scientific study of the biological, sociological, psychological and functional ageing process as well as nursing care and treatment of elderly people is referred to also as

geriatr ics


15 The scientific study of the biological, sociological, psychological and functional ageing process as well as nursing care and treatment of elderly people is referred to also as

Gerontology


16 American nurses association on geriatric nursing practice defines geriatric nursing as concerned with the assessment of the ----needs of the older people

nursing


17 Gradual decline in healthy functioning which occurs in an organism and which ultimately leads to death is called -------

biological process of ageing


18 Ageing is defined as a progressive unfavorable loss of ---------

Adaptation


19 The changes that occur in the body due to activities of the cell, organs, tissues and systems is called---

Biological ageing


20 An elderly person is said to be of what age

65 and above



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Re: 2017_2 TMA Solutions: PHS509 - Geriatrics, Gerontology and Care of Persons with Disabilities

Postby Jed » Fri Dec 15, 2017 7:20 am

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1 ----involves trust and sharing of information between the elderly and their nurses

advocacy


2 Elderly people should be allowed to function ------

independent ly


3 Alternatives to institutional care of the elderly include

serviced sheltered housing
community support service s
out and in-patient hospital se rvices
***all of the above


4 Elderly people should be encouraged to live in their homes for -----

As long as t hey can


5 Health education role of the nurse includes

promoting health
restoring health
preventing healt h
***all of the above


6 Provision of care by nurses for the elderly is --------

24hrs/day


7 The nurse serves as the 􀳦?􀳦..Of the work of others involved in the care of the elderly

coordinat or


8 . The institution that cares for the elderly is usually called nursing ----

Home


9 One of the interventions for nursing care in the elderly is to assess for causative or ---factor

contributing


10 Maintaining home --- is one of the conditions for nursing diagnosis of home care

Hygiene


11 Care of the elderly requires ---team that includes, family unit, doctors, nurses, psychologists

multi-discip linary


12 Infection control in the care of the elderly follows􀳦?􀳦􀳦?􀳦control guidelines

Universal


13 During elderly rehabilitation, Family helps especially in speech therapy and-----

cooking


14 Providing -----environment is one of the roles of the family in home care of the elderly

handicap-free


15 Providing rehabilitative and ---- therapies is one of the roles of nursing care for the elderly

Palliative


16 The philosophy of home-care nursing of the elderly is based on relation-centered----

Ethic s


17 Brain weight decrease in ageing is primarily due to progressive loss of neurons as shown in --

Neurological


18 --- system shows a decline in thyroid function and onset of diabetes mellitus.

Endocrine


19 Loss of renal mass and kidney weight shows the features of ---system in ageing

Gastro-inte stinal


20 Decreased secretion, absorption and motility associated with constipation is characteristics of --- system

Gas tro-intestinal
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Re: 2017_2 TMA Solutions: PHS509 - Geriatrics, Gerontology and Care of Persons with Disabilities

Postby Jed » Fri Dec 15, 2017 7:24 am

1 The commonest disease of the musculoskeletal system in the elderly is

Osteo porosis


2 The following constitute the diseases of the integumentary system in the elderly

pruritus
decubitu s ulcer
***a and b only
None of the above


3 The hallmark of medical emergency is that it requires ----

immediate inter vention


4 Emergency supply kits are usually kept in the -----

emergency tray


5 Elderly with impaired communication may require augmentative ------- devices

communication


6 The expert in-charge of rehabilitation exercises in the elderly is called

physi otherapist


7 The essence of rehabilitation in the elderly includes

to regain maximum physical usefulness
to regain mental usefulness
regain vocational usefulnes s
*** all of the above


8 Rehabilitation is ------

restorative process


9 The acronym NSAID means

non-steroidal anti-i nflammatory drug


10 ----- education is important for a public health practitioner in supporting the elderly to avoid
complications

health


11 Compared to children, elderly people experience adverse drug reaction as much as ----

twice


12 The following determines the dosage of drugs for the elderly

physiological changes
pharmacokinetics OF d rugs
***a and b only
none of the a bove


13 The acronym BMI in the anthropometric assessment means

Body mass index


14 Nutritional assessment of the elderly includes the following

Nutritional history
Anthropometric da ta
Biochemical analysis of blood and urine
***all of the above


15 Vegetables have low-----and are recommended for reduction of metabolic degenerative diseases in the elderly

glyc emic load


16 Fruits and vegetables are ideal complex carbohydrates because they -----

easily digestible
turn into sugar s lowly
contain more water
***b and c only


17 Ageing is associated with the following degenerative diseases

Osteoporosis
atheroscleros is
diabetes
***all of the above


18 People over the age of 60 have much less friendly bacteria in their guts and are susceptible to ----

gastro intestinal infect ion


19 Signs of nutritional loss in the elderly include

Weight loss
loss of musc le mass
poor oral health
***all of the above


20 Nutritional-----are common in elderly people

deficiencies

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Re: 2017_2 TMA Solutions: PHS509 - Geriatrics, Gerontology and Care of Persons with Disabilities

Postby Jed » Fri Dec 15, 2017 7:27 am

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1 Rigidity of the chest wall with weakening of the diaphragm and intercostal muscles are characteristics of ----system

Respiratory


2 Increase in the size of the heart leading to murmurs during ageing is characteristics of --- system

Cardiovascular


3 Which system is primarily affected in stature and posture during ageing

Musculoske letal


4 Ageing changes on ---system mainly affects the hair, skin and teeth

Integumentary


5 Which theory rightly describes the three concepts that are basic to nursing practice

Orem􀳦??s self-care deficit theory


6 􀳦??theory is well fitted for gerontology, geriatrics and care of person with disabilities in view of the cultural determination of the societal values of elderly person.

Leininger􀳦??s theory


7 An elderly person being able to look at post-accomplishment and accept one􀳦??s limitations is called

Jung􀳦??s theory of indiv iduals


8 There are ---- identified sociological theories of ageing

Five


9 ----theory states that ageing is genetically determined

genetic programme theory


10 Oxidative stress theory is based on oxygen-free radicals that are generated randomly in cells during oxidative􀳦?􀳦..

Metabo lism


11 Care of the elderly requires ---team that includes, family unit, doctors, nurses, psychologists

multi-discip linary


12 Infection control in the care of the elderly follows􀳦?􀳦􀳦?􀳦control guidelines

Universal


13 During elderly rehabilitation, Family helps especially in speech therapy and-----

cooking


14 Providing -----environment is one of the roles of the family in home care of the elderly

handicap-free


15 Providing rehabilitative and ---- therapies is one of the roles of nursing care for the elderly

Palliative


16 The philosophy of home-care nursing of the elderly is based on relation-centered----

Ethic s


17 Brain weight decrease in ageing is primarily due to progressive loss of neurons as shown in --- system

Neurological


18 --- system shows a decline in thyroid function and onset of diabetes mellitus.

Endocrine


19 Loss of renal mass and kidney weight shows the features of ---system in ageing

Gastro-inte stinal


20 Decreased secretion, absorption and motility associated with constipation is characteristics of --- system

Gas tro-intestinal


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