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亞東技術學院護理系 99 入學專業語文基本能力施測題庫
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一、專業英文術語
項次 英文術語
項次
英文術語
1
Ascites
154
Cerebral palsy
2
Erythrocyte
155
Cellulites
3
Craniotomy
156
Leukemia
4
autonomy
157
Nausea
5
Encephalopathy
158
Appendicitis
6
Hyperthyroidism
159
Allergy
7
behavior change
160
Separation anxiety
8
beneficence
161
Hernia
9
cognition
162
Rectal temperature
10
community development
163
Strabismus
11
Bleeding
164
Infarction
12
culture
165
Tonsillitis
13
decision-making
166
Congenital anomalies
14
effective communication
167
Neonate
15
Dislocation
168
Dehydration
16
ethical issues
169
Cleft palate
17
ethical dilemmas
170
Pituitary
18
Gastrectomy
171
Developmental delay
19
Tuberculosis
172
Meconium
20
health attitude
173
Abortion
21
health behavior
174
Amenorrhea
22
health beliefs
175
Breast Feeding
23
health belief model
176
Breech Baby
24
Incontinence
177
Caesarean Section
25
health education
178
Cervicitis
26
Compartment syndrome
179
Colostrums
27
healthy lifestyle
180
Pancreatitis
28
health policy
181
Uterus Contraction
29
health promotion
182
Delivery
1
項次 英文術語
項次
英文術語
30
health status
183
Down's Syndrome
31
implementing health
promotion
184
Dysmenorrheal
32
inequality in health
185
Ectopic Pregnancy
33
justice
186
Endometriosis
34
physical, mental and social
well-being
187
Endometritis
35
Amputation
188
Episiotomy
36
mental health
189
37
Hydrocephalu
190
Fetal Heart Sounds
38
Aplastic anemia
191
Fetal Movement
39
Duodenal ulcer
192
Fetus
40
physical activity
193
Follicular Cyst
41
primary prevention
194
Fraternal Twins
42
Herniation of intervertebral
disk(HIVD)
195
Identical Twins
43
Debridement
196
Hypoplasia Uterus
44
secondary prevention
197
Immature Infant
45
self care
198
Implantation
46
Peritonitis
199
Infertility
47
Jaundice
200
Inheritance
48
Ataxia
201
Labor
49
Liver cirrhosis
202
Laceration of the Perineum
50
Rheumatoid arthritis
203
Mastitis
51
Fat embolism
204
Premature rupture of
membrane
52
Gastric ulcer
205
Menopause
53
social support
206
Menstrual Cycle
54
social resources
207
Menstruation / Periods
55
spiritual needs
208
Miscarriage
56
stress management
209
Morning Sickness
57
stressor
210
Multiple Birth
58
211
Obstetrics
59
support system
atrial fibrillation(AF)
212
Ovaries
60
quality of life
213
Ovulation
61
tertiary prevention
214
Placenta
2
項次 英文術語
項次
英文術語
62
WHO: World Health
Organization
215
Placenta Previa
63
Community health nursing
216
Polyhydramnios
64
Health city
217
Pregnancy
65
Community development
218
Premature Birth
66
Normal spontaneous
delivery
219
Episiotomy
67
Painless labor
220
Puerperal Fever
68
Home care
221
Scrotum
69
Cesarean section
222
Stillbirth
70
tocolysis
223
Striae Gravidarum of
Pregnancy
71
Case management
224
Testicles
72
Fetal distress
225
Umbilical Cord
73
Meconium stain
226
Urethra
74
Infection disease
227
Uterus
75
Community mental health
nursing
228
Vagina
76
Occupational health
229
Cervix
77
Health promotion
230
Axis I: Clinical Syndromes
78
prevention
231
Axis II: Developmental
Disorders and Personality
Disorders
79
Health policy
232
Axis III: Physical Conditions
which play a role in the
development, continuance, or
exacerbation of Axis I and II
Disorders
80
Expected date of
233
Axis IV: Severity of
confinement(EDC)
Psychosocial Stressors
81
Prevalence
234
Axis V: Highest Level of
Functioning
82
Mortality rate
235
83
Pulmonary capillary wedge
pressure
236
Global assessment of
functioning
Pregnancy induced
hypertension(PIH)
84
Sudden death
237
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項次 英文術語
項次
英文術語
85
Peritoneal dialysis
238
countertransference
86
Oncology
239
catharsis
87
Continuous positive
pressure ventilation
240
empathy
88
Otitis media
241
interaction
89
Neonatal high risk
242
regresssion
90
Albumin
243
repression
91
Erythropoietin
244
resistance
92
Fracture
245
self-awareness
93
Acute Subdural Hematoma
246
self-disclosing
94
Intubation
247
separation
95
Superior vena cava
248
testing behavior
96
Glaucoma
249
therapeutic relationship
97
Hemiplegia
250
transference
98
Right upper extremity
251
Appearance
99
Ventricular fibrillation
252
Attitude
100
Traction
253
Behavior
101
Gastrojejunostomy
254
Mood and affect
102
Atherosclerotic
255
Speech
cardiovascular disease
103
Intraretinal hemorrhage
256
Thought process
104
Lower respiratory tract
257
Thought content
105
Peripheral pulses
258
Perceptions
106
Bowel obstruction
259
Cognition
107
Intracranial bleeding
260
Insight
108
Hemoptysis
261
Judgment
109
Cellulitis
262
affect
110
Emphysema
263
ambivalence
111
Bradycardia
264
delusion
112
Conjunctivitis
265
euphoria
113
Encephalopathy
266
flight of idea
114
Aneurysm
267
grief
115
Amnesia
268
hallucination
116
Apraxia
269
hyperactivity
117
Ataxia
270
intellect
118
Dysarthria
271
incoherence
4
項次 英文術語
項次
英文術語
119
Dysphasia
272
irrelevance
120
Flaccidity
273
neologism
121
Hemiplegia
274
perception
122
Nystagmus
275
pressure of speech
123
Paralysis
276
poverty
124
Paresthesia
277
speech
125
Spasticity
278
stereotype
126
Stereognosis
279
stupor
127
Point localization
280
thought
128
Agnosia
281
waxy flexibility
129
Agraphia
282
abstract thinking
130
Aphasia
283
attention
131
Apical impulse
284
calculation
132
Diaphragm
285
cognition
133
Edema
286
general knowledge
134
Mitral stenosis
287
insight
135
Left ventricular
hypertrophy
288
judgment
136
Midclavicular line
289
memory
137
Palpitation
290
orientation
138
Constipation
291
recent memory
139
precordium
292
compensation
140
syncope
293
conversion
141
Tachycardia
294
denial
142
Thrill
295
displacement
143
Tricuspid
296
humor
144
Diastole
297
identification
145
cyanosis
298
introjection
146
Apex of the heart
299
isolation
147
respiratory distress
300
projection
148
Hoarseness
301
rationalization
149
Prematurity
302
reaction formation
150
Jaundice
303
regression
151
Intussusceptions
304
repression
152
AOM (acute otitis media )
305
sublimation
153
Epilepsy
306
suppression
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二、病歷摘要
(一)
This six month-old baby boy has no history of systemic diseases or congenital
anomalies. Currently, he has cough with non-purulent sputum for three days. The
cough was so severe that vomiting would follow thereafter, but no spontaneous
vomiting was noted. Hoarseness, stridor and barking cough have been observed
since the yesterday afternoon. No other symptoms such as diarrhea were observed.
No other family members had the similar symptoms recently. He was brought to LMD
twice for help but with no improvement. His appetite and activity were both
decreased during this period. Thus, he was taken to our ER for help.
(二)
Mr. A. is a 40-year-old high school English teacher who has had a cough for the
past 10 days. At onset, the cough was accompanied by fever. He has coughed up
green sputum on occasion, but over the last 2 day, his sputum has become
blood-tinged. He has noticed increased shortness of breath with exertion and has had
difficulty sleeping at night because of the cough. He has tried using over-the-counter
drugs but these have not relieved his sputum. He has not traveled anywhere recently.
Several of his coworkers are also sick. He denies ear pain, sinus congestion, or sore
throat .He has no palpitations, constipation, diarrhea, dysuria, or swelling in his
extremities. He does admit to headache, which has been intermittent for the last 5
days, and appears to be relieved somewhat by acetaminophen. He has smoked two
packs of cigarettes per day since the age 14 years. His past medical history is
significant for hypertension, for which he is taking medication. In childhood, he had
his appendix removed and later, his tonsils and adenoids.
(三)
T.C. is a 68-year-old Hispanic retired engineer who developed weakness of the
left side of his body, loss of vision in one eye, and an inability to speak when getting
out of bed this morning. He sat on the edge of the bed and the symptoms resolved in
about 20 minutes. His wife insisted that she bring him to the emergency department,
where he is adamant that he is fine and doesn't need to see a doctor and that he has
never been sick a day in his life. Over his protests, the nurse takes his vital signs and
performs a brief health history and physical assessment. Assessment findings include
the following vital signs: blood pressure of 194/108 mm Hg, heart rate of 84
beats/min, respiratory rate of 22 breaths/min, temperature of 97.8° F (36.6° C). He
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moves all of his extremities well, he has equal grip strength in his hands, and his
pupils react equally and briskly to light. His last visit to a health care provider was 7
years ago, when he finally had a repair of an inguinal hernia that he had for more
than 20 years. He tells the nurse that he does not smoke or drink alcohol, but he has
been a "steak and potato" man all of his life.
(四)
J.G., a 62-year-old African American, is brought to the emergency department by
his wife because she could hardly arouse him this morning, and he was so weak he
could barely stand by himself. He has a 5-year history of type 2 diabetes mellitus and
has had hypertension for more than 20 years. For the last 2 to 3 days, both J.G. and
his wife have had vomiting and diarrhea that they thought was caused by a virus. His
wife reports that he usually takes glyburide (Diabeta) for his diabetes and metoprolol
(Lopressor) for his blood pressure, but he has not taken his medication since he has
been ill with the vomiting and diarrhea because he has not been eating. On
admission, J.G.'s skin is hot
and dry with poor turgor, and he is stuporous. Vital signs are as follows: blood
pressure 92/50 mm Hg, heart rate 112 beats/min, respiratory rate 28 breaths/min,
and temperature 100.8° F (38.2° C); a capillary blood glucose is 632 mg/dl (35
mmol/L). A urine dipstick for ketones is negative. Laboratory tests are ordered and
treatment is initiated.
(五)
J.G., a 62-year-old African American, is brought to the emergency department by
his wife because she could hardly arouse him this morning, and he was so weak he
could barely stand by himself. He has a 5-year history of type 2 diabetes mellitus and
has had hypertension for more than 20 years. For the last 2 to 3 days, both J.G. and
his wife have had vomiting and diarrhea that they thought was caused by a virus. His
wife reports that he usually takes glyburide (Diabeta) for his diabetes and metoprolol
(Lopressor) for his blood pressure, but he has not taken his medication since he has
been ill with the vomiting and diarrhea because he has not been eating. On
admission, J.G.'s skin is hot
and dry with poor turgor, and he is stuporous. Vital signs are as follows: blood
pressure 92/50 mm Hg, heart rate 112 beats/min, respiratory rate 28 breaths/min,
and temperature 100.8° F (38.2° C); a capillary blood glucose is 632 mg/dl (35
mmol/L). A urine dipstick for ketones is negative. Laboratory tests are ordered and
treatment is initiated.
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(六)
Maria Brown, a 26-year-old gravida 3, para 2,is admitted to the labor and
delivery unit at 41 week’s gestation. Maria says that she thinks her ‘bag of waters’
has broken. The nurse orientates Ms. Brown and her boyfriend to the labor,delivery
and recovery room (LDR). After Ms. Brown has undressed and put on a hospital gown,
external fetal heart rate(FHR)monitoring is begun The FHR has a baseline of 140
beats per minute (bpm) and good variability.
Thirty minutes after the epidural is placed and Maria is feeling comfortable once
more, vaginal examination reveals the cervix to be 8cm dilated, 100% effaced, and
the vertex at 0station. At this times, the FHR decelerates from the 140 bpm
baseline to 90 bpm, and then to 60 bpm. Maria’s blood pressure is 94/44mmhg. The
nurse quickly turns Maria on her side and opens the IV to give a rapid bolus of fluid.
Oxygen is started by way of a non-rebreather mask, at 10 L/min. After 2 minutes,
Maria’s blood pressure is 100/54mmhg, and the FHR has returned to baseline. After a
500-mL bolus of IV fluid has been infused, but the vertex is at +1 station. A fetal
scalp electrode is placed for internal FHR monitoring. The amniotic fluid remains
clear, and Maria is afebrile. A Foley catheter is inserted and attached to bedside
drainage. Intake and output are recorded carefully.
(七)
Linda is a 29-year-old gravida 2,para 1001 at 39 5/7 weeks’ estimated gestational
age. She arrives in labor and delivery with her partner, Tim. She states that she is
having contractions every 5 minutes and denies that her membranes have ruptured.
Her first baby weighed 6pounds, 7 ounces and was born after 14 hours of labor. Her
physician has voiced concern that this baby appears much bigger than that based on
ultrasonography, Leopold’s maneuvers, and fundal height measurements. After
orientation to her room and the unit, Linda is assessed for labor status. External fetal
monitoring is applied. Fetal heart tones are located at the maternal umbilicus and are
in the 130s. Accelerations are present. Maternal vital signs are the following:
temperature, 98∘F, pulse,88;respirations, 18; and blood pressure, 120/72. Pelvic
examination reveals cervical dilation of 4cm,80% effaced, and -2 station with
palpable intact membranes. The presenting part feels softer than a vertex(fetal skull),
raising the suspicion of a breech presentation.
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(八)
Mr. J. is a 55-year-old married man who has lost his job. He phones the mental
health clinic and tells the nurse, "I feel so overwhelmed that I've decided to take an
overdose of sleeping medicine I bought over-the-counter at the drugstore. I wish I
didn't have to do it, but there's no other way."
(九)
Mrs. G., age 40, was admitted after taking sedatives and deeply slashing her
wrists. Her husband had gone to work and she had called her employer to say that
she was ill and would not be at work. She had expected that she would not be found
until her husband returned from work. A maintenance worker unexpectedly entered
the apartment to fix a faucet and found her unconscious and bleeding in the bathtub.
Now, she mentions that it was her typical bad luck to be found, and that another
time she will make sure no one will find her. She refuses to sign a no-suicide contract.
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