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Occupational Therapy

Psychology

Quiz 27 :

Pain

Quiz 27 :

Pain

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You want to incorporate the biomechanical model to develop interventions for individuals with chronic pain from arthritis. Which of the following interventions is most closely associated with this model?
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C

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Which classification of medications is effective with acute pain but must be used with caution because of the potential for these drugs to lead to addiction?
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A

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Which of the following is the most desired outcome of a comprehensive pain assessment for occupational therapy practitioners?
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A

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Acute pain can best be defined as ____________.
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Which standardized evaluation provides information on occupations and participation?
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Holly is a 45-year-old who reports low levels of pain when she is at rest, but this increases to moderate levels when she is doing her instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs). Recently she has had to rely on her husband and children to complete these activities. Therefore, her self-esteem has started to diminish and she's afraid that before long she won't be able to do anything. She values her role as a homemaker and her goal is to manage her pain so she can complete the activities associated with this role. You decide to focus your intervention on refocusing Holly's thinking and incorporating activities such as deep breathing, distraction, and relaxation training that she can use while engaging in her valued role. Which model of practice is most closely associated with your intervention plan?
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The primary approach to pain assessment is _____.
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According to the biopsychosocial model, which of the following best represents the perception of pain that signals you to take action?
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A company's investment in ergonomic assessments and modifications in all areas of the workplace to avoid repetitive motion and other workplace injuries is a good example of _____________.
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Pain is often comorbid with __________.
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While completing an assessment with an adult experiencing chronic pain, you ask the client to choose one word from a list of 15 descriptors to identify his pain intensity. There is an associated number with that word that will be used as the pain intensity score. Which assessment does this best represent?
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What is the best scale to use for the measurement of pain intensity?
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What type of pain scales are recommended for persons who have difficulties with written language?
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What percent decrease in pain represents a change that is meaningful to the individual experiencing pain?
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You are working in a pain clinic and you want to get an understanding of the intensity of pain your 10-year-old client is experiencing. You decide to implement an evaluation that shows pictures of facial expressions depicting various levels of pain intensity. Which evaluation would you choose?
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