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Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 1 minute 12 out of 12 Score for this quiz: 12 out of 12 Submitted Jun 17 at 5:17am This attempt took 1 minute. Question 1 2 / 2 pts I attest to have complete... d or will complete by the conclusion of the immersion event a minimum of 25 lab hours practicing physical assessment skills during Weeks 1-6 of this course. Correct! True False According to the course syllabus, all students are responsible for completing and certifying at least 25 hours practicing physical assessment skills in the course. This attestation certifies you have met this requirement during the course. Question 2 10 / 10 pts According to the Immersion video and Grading Rubric, match the physical assessment skill with the suggested sequential order (first through fifth) in which the skill should be performed at Immersion during the check-off evaluation. Correct! First Correct! Second Correct! Third Inspect the conjunctiva Palpate the thyroid gland This study source was downloaded by 100000831988016 from CourseHero.com on 04-25-2022 08:00:53 GMT -05:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/63771403/nr509-week-7-quiz-prepdocx/ Correct! Fourth Correct! Fifth According to the Bates' textbook, when conducting a general, comprehensive physical examination, move from "head-to-toe." Avoid examining the patient's feet, for example, before checking the face or mouth. You will quickly see that some segments of the examination are best assessed when the patient is sitting, such as examination of the head and neck and the thorax and lungs, whereas others are best obtained with the patient supine, such as the cardiovascular and abdominal examinations. It is important to note that clinicians vary in where they place different segments of the examination, especially examinations of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system. With practice, you will develop your own sequence of examination, keeping the need for thoroughness and patient comfort in mind. At first, you may need notes to remind you what to look for, but over time, this sequence will become habitual and remind you to return to segments of the examination you may have skipped, helping you to be complete. [Show More]

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