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Pain & Symptom Management - OT - 1 Hour

You will need to answer 7 questions correctly to pass the test.
(1) Which of the following is an opioid neurotransmitter?
(A) Glutamate
(C) Norepinephrine
(D) Endorphin
(2) Which of the following is NOT a pathophysiologic mechanism of pain?
(A) Nociceptive
(B) Chemolytic
(C) Neuropathic
(D) Psychogenic
(3) Which pain assessment tool would be most appropriate for an individual with mild – moderate cognitive impairment?
(A) Faces Pain Scale
(B) Numeric Rating Scale
(C) Visual Analog Scale
(D) Brief Pain Inventory
(4) A person has effective pain relief with Acetaminophen or NSAIDS. They would be on Step ____ of the WHO Pain Relief Ladder.
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
(5) Which of the following is the most potent form of opioid medication?
(A) Tramadol
(B) Fentanyl
(C) Morphine
(D) Oxycodone
(6) Which of the following is NOT a common adverse effect of opioid medication?
(A) Respiratory depression
(B) Cardiac arrhythmias
(C) Nausea
(D) Constipation
(7) According to the CDC's guidelines, opioids used to treat acute pain are typically needed for ___ days or less; and are rarely needed for more than ___ days.
(A) 3; 7
(B) 5; 10
(C) 7; 10
(D) 7; 14
(8) Diathermy, ultrasound, and HVPGS are all considered _______ modalities and should be used ________ to decrease pain and facilitate functional abilities.
(A) thermal; frequently
(B) passive; sparingly
(C) electric current; progressively
(D) active; simultaneously
(9) Activity pacing and pleasurable activity scheduling are interventions used in which type of therapy?
(A) Mind-body therapy
(B) Guided imagery
(C) Cognitive behavioral therapy
(D) Biofeedback
(10) Which of the following is NOT one of the core skills of self-management?
(A) Problem-solving
(B) Resource utilization
(C) Somatic acceptance
(D) Partnership formation
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