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Continuing Education Prenatal and Child Care
The water in the tub must                               before putting the child in the tub.
  1. be tasted
  2. have bubbles added
  3. be at the top edge of the tub
  4. be tested
  5. all of the above
Continuing Education Toddler Care (1-3 years)
You are with a child and he cuts his leg open on a sharp corner. After applying direct pressure to the wound, you realize that it will not stop bleeding profusely. What should you do?
  1. Put child in the crib and run next door to get a neighbor.
  2. Call parents and wait for them to get off work.
  3. Call 911 and ask for help. Then call parents and office as soon as possible.
Continuing Education Medical Terms
Which is correct for COPD?
  1. chronic obruptive pulmonary disorder
  2. chronic ovarian polmonary disease
  3. chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  4. chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder
Continuing Education Prenatal and Child Care
Keep all of these items away from children except
  1. buttons
  2. cigarette stubs
  3. pins
  4. developmentally appropriate toys
  5. money
Continuing Education Prenatal and Child Care
Continuing Education Medical Terms
Continuing Education Diet and Nutrition
What is a nutrition label?
  1. A Number Graph
  2. A Graph that shows time
  3. a label that explains what you are eating
Continuing Education Medical Terms
Insulin disorder associated with the pancreas
  1. hypocystitis
  2. diabetes mellitus
  3. gestational diabetes
  4. pancreatitis
Continuing Education Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
What is the single most significant factor that leads to suicide
  1. PTSD
  2. Death of a family member
  3. Depression
  4. Terminal illness
Continuing Education Medical Terms
Medical term for spitting-up blood
  1. vertigo
  2. menarche
  3. emesis
  4. hemoptysis
Continuing Education Drugs and Alcohol
Continuing Education Medical Terms
The onset of menstruation, which identifies “puberty”
  1. menarche
  2. mennorrhea
  3. hematorrhea
  4. hematuria
Continuing Education Infections
What is a vaccination?
  1. the process of injecting a person with a harmless form of virus to help protect them from a viral disease
  2. a time when you take a holiday from vacuuming up bacteria
  3. an injection to protect you from bacteria
  4. the process of finding out what viruses are found where you vacation
Continuing Education Diet and Nutrition
Carbohydrates are found in which of the following:
  1. fruits
  2. vegetables
  3. breads, cereals, and grains
  4. milk and milk products
  5. cakes, cookies, and beverages
  6. all of the above
Continuing Education Newborn Care (0-1 months)
Which of the following is NOT an early hunger cue?
  1. Stirring
  2. Crying
  3. Mouth-opening
  4. Rooting
Continuing Education Medical Terms
Specialist who provides treatment of the respiratory system
  1. cystologist
  2. respiratologist
  3. endocrinologist
  4. pulmonologist
Continuing Education Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
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