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1. In order to bring the ventricular apex closer to the chest wall when assessing the point of maximal impulse (PMI), ask the patient to: turn to the left side 2. The tonsillar, submandibular, and s... ubmental nodes drain the lymphatic fluid from portions of the: mouth, throat, and face 3. When screening a patient for peripheral arterial disease (PAD), one risk factor would include a history of: smoking 4. Heart sounds produced by turbulence due to a temporary increase in blood flow in predisposing conditions, such as hyperthyroidism, is considered: a physiologic murmur 5. A patient complains of a tight, bursting pain in the calf that increases with walking. Elevation of the leg sometimes relieves the pain. These symptoms may be consistent with: deep venous thrombosis 6. On assessment, which one of the following symptoms would be noted as a compensatory response to chronic hypoxia? Hematocrit (HCT) of 55% [Show More]

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