Do You Understand Cluster Headaches?

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Question 1 of 6

A single cluster headache usually lasts how long?

  • A15 to 180 minutes.
  • B10 to 60 minutes.
  • C15 to 30 minutes.

Question 2 of 6

Which diagnostic tests can be used to confirm that someone has cluster headaches?

  • AMRI or CT.
  • BCluster headache is diagnosed by reviewing medical history, discussing symptoms, examining the patient, and ruling out other causes of the symtpoms.
  • CBlood test.

Question 3 of 6

In which gender do cluster headaches occur more frequently?

  • AWomen
  • BMen.

Question 4 of 6

Cluster headaches often have ipsilateral symptoms. Where do these ipsilateral symptoms occur?

  • AOn both sides of the head.
  • BOn the same side of the head as the headache.
  • COn the opposite side of the head from the headache.

Question 5 of 6

Which is most likely to be characteristic of what someone wants and needs during a cluster headache?

  • ABeing restless or agitated and wanting to keep moving.
  • BWanting to lie very still, flat or curled up in bed.
  • CWanting to be very still, but more upright, propped up on pillows or in a chair.

Question 6 of 6

Which of the following is NOT commonly used to treat a cluster headache when it occurs?

  • A100% oxygen administered by mask.
  • Bacetaminophen with codeine
  • CDHE-45
  • Dsumatriptan nasal spray or subcutaneous injection