Nursing - Critical Care Assessment

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The Nursing - Critical Care assessment is a comprehensive exam that focuses on the care, treatment, and diagnosis of a patient requiring Critical Care Medicine (CCM). This assessment covers a variety of topics concerning the anatomy, including respiratory, cardiovascular, neurology, and endocrine questions. There are also a number of questions concerning diagnosis and case studies. The assessment is intended to be administered to staff with at least one year of experience in critical care.

Number of questions 39
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Cardiovascular
Diagnosis and Case Studies
Tasks tested ACS Types
Acute Respiratory Failure
Artificial Airway Complications
AV Fistula
BNP Lap Test
Cardiac Enzyme Lab Values
Cause of High Potassium
Chest Injury
Coronary Artery Disease Test
Cranial Nerve and Expressive Aphasia
Cyanosis Check
Diagnosis - Heart Palpitations and Bulging Eyes
Dyspneic and Claustrophobic Symptoms
Early ARDS Symptoms
Expressive Aphasia
Family Teaching - Brain Dead
Hypertensive Emergency Type
Hypoxic and Acidotic Treatment
Interpretation of Lab Values
Intravenous Insulin
Laying Supine After Spinal Tap
MI Diagnosis
Nasogastric Tube and Maxillofacial Injuries
Nitroglycerin Contraindications
Partial Thickness Burn
Patient Disorder
Patient History and Treatment
Potassium Value Diagnosis
Protruding Eyes
Pulmonary Hypertension Test
Pulsating Protrusion
Reaction to Shrimp
Status Epilepticus
Transesophageal Echocardiography
Ventricular Fibrillation Treatment
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)