Question of the Week

Study Question of the Week

Study questions cover content in the three domains of perianesthesia patient care are Physiological Needs, Behavioral Health and Cognitive Needs, and Safety Needs.

The nursing knowledge to meet these needs are the same for both the CPAN and CAPA certification programs. It is the percentage of questions asked in each domain that varies, depending on whether the candidate is taking the CPAN or CAPA exam.

For best practice, we recommend you review both CPAN and CAPA study questions.

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Question of the Week

April 14, 2021

The postoperative assessment of a patient who has undergone endoscopic sinus surgery includes:

  1. speech pattern.
  2. visual acuity.
  3. balance.
  4. hearing.
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Question of the Week

April 7, 2021

A perianesthesia nurse assesses cranial nerve VII in a patient post mastoidectomy by asking the patient to:

  1. wrinkle the forehead.
  2. stick out the tongue.
  3. lift the head.
  4. shrug shoulders.
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