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College Medical Practices
A local health department has fixed costs of $100,000 per month and variable costs of $25 for physical exams. It proposes to provide each exam for $50. What is the break-even output for this department?
  1. 4,000 exams
  2. 4,000 exams in a month
  3. cannot be worked out from the information
  4. 2,000 exams per month
College Medical Practices
The general measurement is 5 milliliters per teaspoon (ml/tsp). If the medication you are taking is 60mg/tsp, how many milligrams per milliliter (mg/ml) is it?
  1. 10mg
  2. 60mg
  3. 12mg
  4. 2mg
College Medical Practices
Dr. Smith tells Technician Andrea to give an antibiotic injection to Sam. Sam weighs 25kg and the dose is 2mg/kg. The medication comes in 25mg/ml. How many mls will she give to Sam?
  1. 2mls
  2. 25mls
  3. 1ml
  4. 10mls
  5. She panics and quits her job.
College Medical Practices
What is a medication that could be given intranasal?
  1. Kennel Cough Vaccination
  2. Sedative
  3. Pain medications
  4. Vaccinations
College Prenatal and Child Care
Children who do not receive adequate nutrition are at risk for:
  1. malnutrition
  2. poor intellectual development
  3. poor physical development
  4. all of the above
College Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
What is an example of emotional abuse?
  1. Threatening
  2. Shaking
  3. Slapping
  4. Hitting
College Emergency Medical Services
What was the purpose of the Wound Healing Method?
  1. Endothelial Binding Capacity.
  2. How much Vitality cells had.
  3. Invasiveness of the cells.
  4. See how many times Microbiota was talked about in MBHD.
College Medical Terms
ANTI-
  1. FAST, RAPID
  2. WITHIN, INSIDE
  3. AGAINST
  4. HEART
College Microbiology
Staphylococcus aureus is what kind of organism?
  1. Pseudopod
  2. Eukaryote
  3. Alage
  4. Prokaryote
College Medical Terms
Heart failure is a chronic progressive disease that
  1. has a low mortality rate
  2. causes infrequent inpatient hospitalizations
  3. is the most costly cardiovascular disease
  4. effects over 4 million americans
College Medical Practices
Which type of drug admistration routes enables the medication to act quickly, and is usually used to induce a patien prior to placing an ET tube and connecting to an inhalent anesthetic and oxygen for surgery?
  1. Intramuscular
  2. Intraderma
  3. Intravenous
  4. Intrablood
College Medical Practices
Which route of administration are vaccines given in?
  1. Intabvenous
  2. Intramuscular
  3. Intradermal
  4. Subcutaneous
College Microbiology
unicellular with spherical rod or spiral shapes. most absorb nutrients from environment, but some make their own nutrients by photosynthesis
  1. virus
  2. algae
  3. bacteria
  4. fungi
College Microbiology
The study of organisms and agents too small to be seen clearly by the unaided eye
  1. microbiology
  2. macrobiology
  3. mycology
  4. phycology
College Medical Terms
1.one of the four elements of negligence is
  1. dereliction of duty
  2. deliberate act
  3. the defendent
  4. executive branch
College Microbiology
E. coli have genes for lactose enzymes that are activated by regulatory genes when there is insufficient glucose available for the bacteria to metabolize.
  1. True
  2. False
College Fitness
Extra abdominal fat increases your risk for heart disease.
  1. True
  2. False
College Microbiology
The three main bacteria morphologies are known as                            .
  1. coccus, bacilli, and spiral
  2. coccus, sphere, and star
  3. boccus, cacilli, and spiral
  4. cocoid, bacoid, and spiroid
College Medical Practices
When giving a subcutaneous injection, you draw back on your syringe and instead of receiving negative pressure, you recieve lots of air. What is the most likely reason this is happening?
  1. You have pierced through the skin to the other side
  2. You have hit a pocket of air underneath the animals skin
  3. This is normal, should happen every time you give a SC injection
  4. The animal exhaled while you were drawing back on the syringe, and pushed extra air into it
College Microbiology
There are more bacteria in your mouth right now than the total number of men, women, and children that have ever existed on Earth since humans separated from the great apes some
6–10 million years ago.
  1. True
  2. False
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