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Emergency Nurse Practitioner Question Topics

AAENP & AANP publishes a content blueprint of the material that will appear on the exam.

This is how we determine which material appears in your adaptive Qbank.

Cardiovascular16%
Pulmonary12%
Gastrointestinal/Nutritional10%
Musculoskeletal10%
Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat7%
Reproductive6%
Endocrine6%
Genitourinary6%
Neurologic System6%
Psychiatry/Behavioral6%
Dermatologic6%
Hematologic3%
Infectious Diseases3%
TOTAL100%

Emergency Nurse Practitioner

Developed by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board (AANPCB) in collaboration with the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners (AAENP).

The following eligibility requirements established by AAENPCB include:

Option 1

  • Minimum of 2,000 direct, emergency care clinical practice hours as a Family NP in the past 5 years.
  • Evidence of 100 hrs of continuing emergency care education
  • Minimum of 30 continuing emergency care education hours in emergency care procedural skills within those 5 yrs.

Option 2

  • Completion of an academic emergency care graduate/post-graduate NP program from an accredited nursing program, or
  • Completion of a dual FNP/ENP graduate/post-graduate certificate program from an accredited nursing program.

Option 3

  • Completion of an approved emergency fellowship program.

Med-Challenger ENP, Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP-C) Question Bank, was created specifically to help you receive your ENP-C designation.

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High-Yield ENP Exam Review Questions

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A 32-year old man is brought in by ambulance after a high-speed motorvehicle accident. He was the unrestrained driver in a car traveling approximately 70 miles per hour, when his vehicle slid on ice and careened into a concrete barrier. There was extensive damage to the vehicle, and he was ejected out the windshield.

Upon arrival, he is awake and answering questions appropriate, but pale and diaphoretic. Temperature 96.1 °F (35.6 °C), heart rate 135/min, blood pressure 90/60 mm Hg, respiratory rate 28/min, oxygen saturation 98% on 2 liters face mask. Physical examination is notable for a scalp laceration without active bleeding, midline cervical spine tenderness, diffuse abdominal tenderness with guarding, and external rotation and foreshortening of the right leg.

X-rays of the chest, pelvis, and right leg are performed as well as a FAST exam. The hepatorenal view of the FAST is shown below.

hepatorenal view of FAST

What is the most appropriate management of the FAST exam finding?

Clear Answer Options

A question’s difficulty is defined by the choice of distractors. Good distractors determine the difficulty level of a question. Therefore, good distractors are one of the most important features of a high quality question.

serial abdominal examinations
laparotomy
serial ultrasonography
computed tomography (CT) with triple contrast

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Educational Objective:

Describe the workup and management for fluid in the Morison pouch on FAST exam.

Key Point:

When blood is present on imaging in the Morison pouch in an unstable patient after trauma, laparotomy is required.

Explanation:

This sonographic image demonstrates the presence of hemoperitoneum. A Morison pouch is normally only a potential space between the liver and kidney. In this patient, fluid is visible in the Morison pouch as a black (anechoic) stripe between the kidney and liver. In the setting of trauma, this represents blood. Among stable trauma patients, the finding of hemperitoneum mandates further interrogation with a CT scan. In patients with hemodynamic instability or peritonitis, however, it mandates exploratory laparotomy for control of hemorrhage and contamination.

References:

Henderson SO, Sung J Mandavia D. Serial abdominal ultrasound in the setting of trauma. J Emerg Med. 2000;18(1):79-81.
Miller MT, Pasquale MD, Bromberg WJ, Wasser TE, Cox J. J Trauma. 2003;54(1):52-60.

Puskarich MA, Marx JA. Abdominal trauma. In: Marx JA, et al, eds. Rosen’s Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice. 8th ed., 2014:459-478.


Table of Contents

Everything you need to know for ENP exams and current ENP practice.


Abdominal Pain
Acute Pelvic Pain in Women
Acute Vaginal Bleeding
Back Pain
Chest Pain
Confusion
Constipation
Cyanosis
Depressed Consciousness and Coma
Diarrhea
Dizziness and Vertigo
Dyspnea
Fever in the Adult Patient
Gastrointestinal Bleeding
Headache: Initial Approach
Hemoptysis
Jaundice
Nausea and Vomiting
Seizures: Initial Approach
Syncope
Weakness
Anorectal Disorders
Appendicitis
Colitis, Ileitis, and Functional Bowel Disorders
Esophageal Disorders and Foreign Bodies
Foodborne and Waterborne Diseases
Gallbladder and Biliary Tract Disorders
Hernias
Liver: Infectious Disorders
Liver: Noninfectious Disorders
Obstruction, Ischemia, Perforation, Peritonitis
Pancreatitis
Pediatric Gastrointestinal Disorders
Stomach and Duodenal Disorders
Acute Coronary Syndromes – Diagnosis and Challenges
Cardiac Failure
Cardiac Valve Disorders
Cardiomyopathies
Circulation: Aortic Aneurysms
Circulation: Aortic Dissection
Circulation: Hypertension – Emergency Management
Circulation: Peripheral Vascular Emergencies
Dysrhythmia: Basic Concepts
Dysrhythmia: Conduction Disorders
Dysrhythmia: Implantable Devices
Dysrhythmia: Pharmacology
Dysrhythmia: Supraventricular
Dysrhythmia: Ventricular
Endocarditis and Myocarditis
Non-ST-Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes – Initial Workup
Non-ST-Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes – Medical Therapies
Non-ST-Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes – Special Patient Groups
Non-ST-Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes – Surgical Invasive Management
Pericarditis/Pericardial Tamponade (Non-Traumatic)
ST-Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes – Initial Medical Care
ST-Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes – Reperfusion Strategies
ST-Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes – Stabilization of Complications
Cancers of the Skin
Cutaneous Infections
Dermatitis (non-infectious)
Maculopapular Lesions
Papular / Nodular Lesions
Ulcerative Lesions
Vesicular / Bullous Lesions
Eye: Assessment
Eye: Glaucoma
Eye: Inflammation and Infection
Eye: Pharmacology
Eye: Vascular Disorders
Nose: Infection and Inflammation
Oral Cavity: Medical Disorders
Otologic Infections
Otologic Signs, Symptoms, Presentations
Throat and Soft Tissue Neck: Medical Disorders
Basic Science Review: Acid-Base Regulation
Basic Science Review: Regulation of Water and Osmolarity
Clinical Context: Acid-Base Disorders
Clinical Context: Alcoholic and Lactic Acidosis
Clinical Context: Osmol and Anion Gaps
Electrolyte Disorders: Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus
Electrolyte Disorders: Potassium
Electrolyte Disorders: Sodium, Chloride
Endocrine Disorders: Adrenal Gland
Endocrine Disorders: Diabetic Ketoacidosis
Endocrine Disorders: Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State
Endocrine Disorders: Hypoglycemia
Endocrine Disorders: Thyroid Gland
Miscellaneous: Alcohol-Related Disease
Collagen Vascular/Immune Complex Disorders
Hypersensitivity Reactions
The Immunocompromised/Solid-Organ Transplant Patient
Drowning
Electrical and Lightning Injuries
Frostbite
Heat-Related Illnesses
High Altitude Disorders
Hypothermia: Accidental
Scuba Diving and Dysbarism
Venomous Animal Injuries: Arthropods
Venomous Animal Injuries: Marine
Venomous Animal Injuries: Reptiles
Disorders of Hemostasis: Factor Deficiencies
Disorders of Hemostasis: Platelets/Fibrinogen
Red and White Blood Cell Disorders
Selected Oncologic Emergencies
Transfusions
Bacterial Infections: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus
Bacterial Infections: Meningococcemia, Pneumococcemia
Bacterial Infections: MRSA, VRE, ESBL
Bacterial Infections: Pediatric
Bacterial Infections: Tuberculosis
Parasitic Infections
Sepsis Syndromes
Systemic Fungal Infections
Tick-Borne Illnesses
Viral Infections: Hantavirus
Viral Infections: HIV
Viral Infections: Influenza, Mononucleosis, Herpes
Viral Infections: Pediatric
Viral Infections: Rabies
Bone and Joint Infections
Deep Soft Tissue Infections
Disorders of Muscles
Disorders of the Spine
Overuse Syndromes (incl. Tendinopathy and Bursitis)

Central Nervous System Disorders: Delirium and Dementia
Central Nervous System Disorders: Demyelinating/Inflammatory
Central Nervous System Disorders: Diseases of Movement Control
Central Nervous System Disorders: Seizures
Central Nervous System Disorders: Spinal Cord Syndromes
Central Nervous System Infections
Cerebrovascular Accidents: Epidemiology and Presentation
Cerebrovascular Accidents: Initial Work-up
Cerebrovascular Accidents: Treatment
Headache: Cervical Neck Vessels, Subarachnoid, and Venous Emergencies
Headache: Cluster, Migraine, and Tension
Headache: Less Common Etiologies
Neurological Assessment
Pediatric Nervous System Disorders
Peripheral Nervous System Disorders: Neuromuscular Junction Disease
Peripheral Nervous System Disorders: Neuropathies
Selected Cranial Nerve Disorders
Emergency Psychiatric Evaluation
Schizophrenia/Psychotic Disorders
Somatic Symptom Disorders
Suicide
Violence, Abuse, Neglect: Assault (incl. sexual)
Violence, Abuse, Neglect: Elderly Citizens
Male Genital Problems: Noninfectious
Nephropathy, Contrast-Induced
Nephroureterolithiasis
Renal Failure: Acute
Renal Failure: Chronic
Renal Transplantation
Sexually Transmitted Infections: Male
Urinary Retention
Urinary Tract Infection
Urological Assessment
Acute Upper Airway Disorders (Incl. Peds.)
Disorders Of Pleura, Mediastinum, And Chest Wall
Obstructive/Restrictive Diseases: Fibrosis/Emphysema/Exposures (Incl. Peds)
Obstructive/Restrictive Diseases: Reactive Lower Airway Disorders (Incl. Peds)
Pulmonary Embolism/Hypertension/Edema
Pulmonary Infections (Incl. Peds)
Gynecologic Infections: Genital Lesions
Gynecologic Infections: Vaginal Discharge
Pregnancy: Acute Medical/Surgical Complications
Pregnancy: Acute Obstetric Complications
Pregnancy: General Approach to the Pregnant Patient
Pregnancy: Labor, Delivery and Their Complications
Pregnancy: Pre-Existing Medical Illness
Acetaminophen Toxicity
Antibiotics Toxicity and Side Effects
Anticholinergics Toxicity
Anticonvulsant Toxicity
Antidepressants Toxicity (inc. Serotonin Syndrome)
Antipsychotics Toxicity
Aspirin and NSAIDs Toxicity
Bronchodilator Toxicity
Cardiovascular Drug Toxicity
Caustic Ingestion
Cocaine and Other Sympathomimetics Toxicity
General Approach to the Poisoned Patient
Hallucinogen Toxicity
Heavy Metal Toxicity
Hydrocarbon Toxicity
Inhaled Toxins
Lithium Toxicity
Opiate Toxicity
Pesticide Toxicity (incl. Organophosphates)
Sedatives and Hypnotics Toxicity (incl. Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines)
Toxic Alcohols
Toxic Plant Ingestions (incl. Mushrooms)
Bites – Mammals (incl. Humans)
Burns: Chemical
Burns: Thermal
EENT Trauma: Eye
EENT Trauma: Nose
EENT Trauma: Oral-Dental
EENT Trauma: Otologic
Orthopedic Injuries: Ankle and Foot
Orthopedic Injuries: Cervical Spine
Orthopedic Injuries: Femur and Hip
Orthopedic Injuries: Hand
Orthopedic Injuries: Humerus and Elbow
Orthopedic Injuries: Knee and Lower Leg
Orthopedic Injuries: Shoulder
Orthopedic Injuries: Wrist and Forearm
Special Populations: Geriatric Trauma
Special Populations: Trauma in Pregnancy
Trauma: Abdominal
Trauma: Assessment and Stabilization
Trauma: Face
Trauma: Foreign Bodies
Trauma: Genitourinary
Trauma: Head
Trauma: Multiple and Blast Injuries
Trauma: Pelvic
Trauma: Peripheral Vascular Injury
Trauma: Soft Tissue Neck
Trauma: Spinal Cord
Trauma: Thoracic – Cardiovascular Injuries
Trauma: Thoracic – Chest Wall
Trauma: Thoracic – Esophageal Injuries
Trauma: Thoracic – Pulmonary Injuries
Airway: Adult
Airway: Pediatric
Breathing: Ventilatory Support (Adult/Pediatrics)
Monitoring the Emergency Patient
Resuscitation: Adult Cardiac
Resuscitation: Brain (After Cardiac Arrest)
Resuscitation: Neonatal
Resuscitation: Pediatric
Resuscitation: Shock
Resuscitation: Trauma
Procedural Sedation: Adult
Procedural Sedation: Pediatric
Closure Techniques
Wound Management: Escharotomy
Wound Management: General
Wound Management: Incision and Drainage
Wound Management: Nail Trephination
Air Medical Transport
Disaster Preparedness
Disasters/Terrorism: Biological
Disasters/Terrorism: Chemical
Disasters/Terrorism: Explosives
Disasters/Terrorism: Radiation (incl. Nuclear)
EMS: Overview and Ground Transport
End-of-Life Issues
Ethical-Legal Issues – Consent, Error Disclosure, Physician Impairment
Interpersonal/Adaptive Skills – Diversity, Crisis, Special Needs
Maintenance of Medical/Clinical Skills
Operational Logistics – Laws, Error Prevention, Improvement Process

Written and Maintained by Experts

Continually Updated
All content is continually maintained by clinical expert peer-review.

Editor-in-Chief:

Mary Alice O’Brien, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC
Associate Professor
Georgetown University School of Nursing
Washington, DC



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