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Pediatric Skills Occupational Therapy 3rd Edition by Solomon OBrien Test Bank

Solomon: Pediatric Skills for Occupational Therapy Assistants, 3rd Edition

 

Chapter 03: Medical System

 

Test Bank

 

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. What is the first pediatric medical setting in which the occupational therapist and the occupational therapy assistant (OTA) are able to implement therapeutic intervention?
  2. Home care
  3. Neonatal intensive care unit
  4. Pediatric intensive care unit
  5. Subacute care

 

ANS: C

 

  1. Which areas best represent the intervention focus for medical-based occupational therapy (OT) intervention with children?
  2. Gross motor skills, fine motor skills, cognition, and activities of daily living
  3. Endurance, fine motor skills, cognition, and activities of daily living
  4. Gross motor skills, hand usage, cognition, and hygiene tasks
  5. Gross motor skills, fine motor skills, vision, and activities of daily living

 

ANS: A

 

  1. The responsibilities of a medical-based OTA include all but which of the following?
  2. Documentation
  3. Evaluation
  4. Screening
  5. Treatment

 

ANS: B

 

  1. Teams may collaborate in all but which of the following manners?
  2. Interdisciplinary
  3. Intradisciplinary
  4. Multidisciplinary
  5. Transdisciplinary

 

ANS: B

 

  1. What three challenges associated with the provision of pediatric medical care are discussed in Chapter 3?
  2. Knowledge of clinic usage, pediatric terminology, and continuing education
  3. Knowledge of community-based resources, pediatric terminology, and continuing education
  4. Knowledge of rehabilitation objectives, pediatric terminology, and continuing education
  5. Knowledge of specialty areas, pediatric terminology, and continuing education

 

ANS: D

 

  1. Documentation is used to do all but which of the following?
  2. Communicate status
  3. Justify services
  4. Seek reimbursement
  5. Review reimbursement

 

ANS: D

 

  1. What reimbursement source provides funding to the dependents of totally disabled veterans?
  2. CHAMPAS
  3. CHAMPES
  4. CHAMPUV
  5. CHAMPVA

 

ANS: D

 

  1. Which approach consists of discipline-specific evaluations and intervention?
  2. Individual versus group
  3. Interdisciplinary
  4. Multidisciplinary
  5. Transdisciplinary

 

ANS: C

 

  1. Which statement is not true about WeeFim?
  2. It is designed to be the sole evaluation tool.
  3. It evaluates activities of daily living.
  4. It serves as a pediatric assessment tool.
  5. It specifies guidelines for completion.

 

ANS: A

 

  1. When was a role for the provision of occupational therapy services in a medical setting identified?
  2. 1945
  3. 1947
  4. 1955
  5. 1957

 

ANS: B

 

  1. Which action is the most important component of infection control?
  2. Cleaning of equipment and toys
  3. Hand washing
  4. Use of masks, eye shields, gowns
  5. Use of gloves

 

ANS: B

 

  1. What is the purpose of a pulse oximeter?
  2. Assists with feeding
  3. Measures oxygen in the blood
  4. Monitors respiration
  5. Measures temperature

 

ANS: B

 

  1. In which section should this note be placed: Client is exhibiting signs of anxiety disorder interfering with her ability to perform in the classroom and in social settings.?
  2. S
  3. O
  4. A
  5. P

 

ANS: C

 

  1. Which term refers to an infant who weighed less than 1500 grams at birth?
  2. Low birth weight
  3. Very low birth weight
  4. Extremely low birth weight
  5. Average birth weight

 

ANS: B

 

  1. Into which setting does an infant, who has met certain physiologic requirements as determined by the medical team, go after the NICU?
  2. Home
  3. PICU
  4. Subacute setting
  5. Long-term care facility

 

ANS: B

 

  1. At which level of medical care would the OT practitioner provide general education about development, nutrition, and play activities to stimulate development? In this level, the practitioner may educate the family about the importance of making regular checkups, but the child is not ill at this level.
  2. First level (primary)
  3. Second level (secondary)
  4. Third level (tertiary)
  5. Fourth level

 

ANS: A

 

  1. What does the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) protect?
  2. Clients medical information
  3. Doctors orders and care plans
  4. Hospital billing policies
  5. OT practitioners intervention records

 

ANS: A

 

  1. Which part of the SOAP note includes a general statement concerning the child by the caregiver (e.g., Hes feeling good today.)?
  2. S
  3. O
  4. A
  5. P

 

ANS: A

 

 

Solomon: Pediatric Skills for Occupational Therapy Assistants, 3rd Edition

 

Chapter 13: Childhood and Adolescent Psychosocial and Mental Health Disorders

 

Test Bank

 

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. Stanley, a 10-year-old boy, shows a continual pattern of behaviors in which he picks fights with other children, breaks classroom rules, and skips school. Stanley was recently caught shoplifting from a local store. Which disorder fits this pattern of behavior?
  2. Attention deficit disorder
  3. Conduct disorder
  4. Oppositional defiant disorder
  5. Major depressive disorder

 

ANS: B

 

  1. Ruben, a 9-year-old boy, becomes easily annoyed and angry over seemingly everything. He states that he hates his family. His parents are concerned that Ruben argues and blames his brother for his mistakes. Which disorder fits this pattern?
  2. Attention deficit disorder
  3. Conduct disorder
  4. Oppositional defiant disorder
  5. Major depressive disorder

 

ANS: C

 

  1. Which term reflects a learning disability in writing?
  2. Dyslexia
  3. Dysgraphia
  4. Dyscalculia
  5. Intellectual disability

 

ANS: B

 

  1. Susan, a 12-year-old girl, refuses to go to her new school. She is irritable and angry, and she complains of headaches every morning. Susan perspires and feels restless each morning. She is unable to sleep because she worries about the next day at school. What do these symptoms represent?
  2. Normal reactions to new situations
  3. Phobic anxiety disorder
  4. Separation anxiety
  5. Generalized anxiety disorder

 

ANS: D

 

  1. Gerald, a 5-year-old kindergartner, is reluctant to go to sleep without his parents nearby. He clings to his parents each morning when being dropped off at school and spends the first 30 minutes in tears, even after the second month of school. What do these symptoms represent?
  2. Normal reactions to new situations
  3. Phobic anxiety disorder
  4. Separation anxiety
  5. Generalized anxiety disorder

 

ANS: C

 

  1. Which statement is true concerning suicide in adolescents?
  2. Bringing up suicide may encourage the adolescent to act on it.
  3. An adolescent expressing suicidal thoughts will probably not act on them.
  4. Adolescents who are preoccupied with death require professional counseling.
  5. Suicide is very uncommon in teens.

 

ANS: C

 

  1. Which symptoms represent positive symptoms of schizophrenia in children or adolescents?
  2. Disorganized thought and apathy
  3. Hallucinations and delusions
  4. Lethargy and blunted affect
  5. Poor concentration and attention

 

ANS: B

 

  1. Which statement is not true concerning children with conduct disorder?
  2. They have an apparent lack of feelings of guilt or remorse about hurting others.
  3. Academic performance is affected in most cases.
  4. They have good self-esteem.
  5. Those who do not receive treatment may develop antisocial personality disorder as adults.

 

ANS: C

 

  1. What is the name of a life-threatening disorder characterized by body weight 15% below average, intense fear of gaining weight, and a perception of being or feeling fat even though looking emaciated?
  2. Anorexia bulimia
  3. Anorexia nervosa
  4. Bulimia nervosa
  5. Failure to thrive

 

ANS: B

 

  1. Which of the following is an appropriate occupational therapy (OT) intervention for conduct disorder?
  2. Assist the child in channeling energy into appropriate activities.
  3. Clearly define acceptable behaviors.
  4. Reinforce appropriate behaviors.
  5. All of the above are appropriate interventions.

 

ANS: D

 

  1. Which of the following statements is true about Tourettes disorder?
  2. Tics increase during activities that require a lot of concentration.
  3. Coprolalia is the vocal tic of repeating others words.
  4. The disorder improves in adolescence and adulthood.
  5. Tics increase during sleep.

 

ANS: C

 

  1. Which of the following is true about youth suicide and risk signals?
  2. Suicide attempts are seldom repeated.
  3. Sudden improvement in mood may be a danger signal.
  4. Youths who talk about suicide rarely kill themselves.
  5. There is no treatment for depression in teens.

 

ANS: B

 

  1. Which statement is not a criterion for substance dependence?
  2. The individual does not realize that the use is excessive.
  3. Much time is spent in obtaining, using, and recovering from the substance.
  4. Withdrawal symptoms occur with attempts to reduce or stop using the substance.
  5. Responsibilities are neglected.

 

ANS: A

 

  1. What is it called when children or adolescents with alcohol dependence disorders need to increase the amount drunk over a period to attain the desired effect?
  2. Abuse
  3. Dependence
  4. Tolerance
  5. Withdrawal

 

ANS: C

 

  1. Susie is a 14-year-old who is hospitalized with major depressive disorder. One of your OT goals is to improve her use of leisure time. Which of the following leisure activities would be best for Susie if she has been experiencing isolation and withdrawal recently?
  2. Playing checkers with another patient
  3. Playing solitaire
  4. Reading a book
  5. Watching TV in her private hospital room

 

ANS: A

 

 

Solomon: Pediatric Skills for Occupational Therapy Assistants, 3rd Edition

 

Chapter 27: Orthoses, Orthotic Fabrication, and Taping

 

Test Bank

 

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. What is a reason to splint a deformity?
  2. To immobilize the injury to prevent further damage
  3. To allow the patient to move the extremity without pain
  4. To cover any external signs of the injury
  5. To attempt to realign the deformity

 

ANS: A

 

  1. What is the primary goal for an occupational therapy (OT) practitioner when providing intervention to children with disabilities?
  2. Promoting engagement in meaningful activities
  3. Providing support to children when they engage in activities
  4. Promoting play by teaching compensatory strategies
  5. Improving play abilities

 

ANS: B

 

  1. How do dynamic orthoses assist an individual with movement?
  2. They assist movement in all planes.
  3. They assist movement in only one plane.
  4. They use outriggers and various moving parts.
  5. They generally prevent movement.

 

ANS: C

 

  1. Which factor is not considered when fabricating an orthosis for a child?
  2. Swelling
  3. Compliance
  4. Sensory factors
  5. Time before lunch

 

ANS: D

 

  1. What must the OT practitioner consider when fabricating an orthosis?
  2. Gross motor development
  3. Development of grasp patterns
  4. Hand use
  5. All of the above
  6. None of the above

 

ANS: D

 

  1. Which skill represents appropriate hand use for a 5-month-old child?
  2. Hand crosses the midline while supine
  3. Active forearm supination while prone
  4. Two-handed approach to objects with a unilateral grasp
  5. Roll from supine to prone

 

ANS: C

 

  1. The general rules of orthosis fabrication include
  2. Fabricating an orthosis to immobilize all injuries before transporting the patient
  3. Attempting to push protruding bones back into position
  4. Checking for pulse, motor function, and sensation in the extremity before and after applying an orthosis
  5. Not using extra padding because it may decrease the effectiveness of the splint
  6. Both A and C

 

ANS: C

 

  1. You are treating Maggie, a 14-year-old girl who was injured playing soccer. Maggie wears an orthosis but is noncompliant when donning it. You stress the importance of wearing the orthosis. What is the best reason you can give Maggie to encourage her to wear the orthosis?
  2. It prevents the tendons and ligaments from shortening.
  3. It decreases the potential contracture formation.
  4. It prevents the progression of deformity.
  5. Both A and B are good reasons.
  6. All of the above are good reasons.

 

ANS: E

 

  1. Which statement shows the responsibility of the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) during the splint fabrication process?
  2. Writing down the sequence of when to don or doff the orthosis
  3. Teaching the child how to properly don/doff the orthosis
  4. Instructing parents, teachers, and others involved in donning and doffing the orthosis
  5. Both A and C
  6. All of the above

 

ANS: E

 

  1. What is the purpose of a universal cuff?
  2. It stabilizes the forearm.
  3. It allows the child to hold things.
  4. It rests the arm.
  5. It provides support to the wrist and elbow.

 

ANS: B

 

  1. Which type of orthosis is used to apply adjustable static force?
  2. Static orthosis
  3. Dynamic orthosis
  4. Static progressive orthosis

d    Resting hand orthosis

 

ANS: C

 

  1. Which statement does not reflect the purpose of a static orthosis?
  2. Decreases contractures by maximizing range of motion (ROM)
  3. Provides stability to unstable joint
  4. Improves joint alignment
  5. Promotes movement to aid in healing process

 

ANS: D

 

  1. Which statement is not a function of Kinesio tape?
  2. Supports muscle
  3. Improves ROM
  4. Stabilizes fractures
  5. Reduces pain and inflammation

 

ANS: C

 

  1. What are the goals of Kinesio taping?
  2. To help the body in self-healing
  3. To provide stability to muscles
  4. To correct misaligned joints
  5. To normalize muscle tone

 

ANS: D

 

  1. What does Kinesio tape do to the skin?
  2. It stimulates the sensory receptors on the skin to relieve pain, tension, and tightness.
  3. It irritates the skin and causes red marks that eventually go away.
  4. It pulls the skin, which annoys children so they eventually hold the limb in that position.
  5. It stabilizes the joint so the child is unable to move quickly and concentrates better.

 

ANS: A

 

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