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College Medical Practices
What is a medication that could be given intranasal?
  1. Kennel Cough Vaccination
  2. Sedative
  3. Pain medications
  4. Vaccinations
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 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
Grade 9 Medical Practices
The goal of regenerative medicine is to cure the illness not just lessen the symptoms of painful diseases.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 12 Medical Practices
What is the type of Cancer treatment that uses drugs to destroy cancer cells?
  1. Chemotherapy
  2. Surgery
  3. Radiation
  4. Medication
Grade 11 Medical Practices
Getting these when you're young, helps your body fight off diseases:
  1. stickers
  2. bandages
  3. shots (immunizations)
  4. cough drops
Grade 8 Medical Practices
What is the most effective way to prevent pregnancy?
  1. Condoms
  2. IUD
  3. Abstinence
  4. Birth control pills
Grade 1 Medical Practices
What can plaque build up on your teeth cause?
  1. cavities
  2. mold
  3. ice
Grade 9 Medical Practices
Once an organism has been given a vaccine for a given pathogen, which of the following should occur?
  1. immunity from the macrophages produced
  2. immunity from the plasma cells produced
  3. immunity from the pathogen
  4. immunity from the antibodies produced
Grade 7 Medical Practices
A person who has kidney failure must have                   to filter the blood.
  1. Good Luck
  2. Dialysis
  3. Money
  4. None of the above
Grade 8 Medical Practices
Non viral or bacterial STD's can be treated with
  1. Anitbiotics
  2. Shower
  3. Anti-bacterial lotion
  4. None
None Medical Practices
An individual's system of maintaining cleanliness and health is know as:
  1. nutrition
  2. public hygiene
  3. personal hygiene
  4. public sanitation
Grade 7 Medical Practices
The process of giving a vaccine by injection or mouth is called                .
  1. Vaccination
  2. Immunity
  3. Cure
  4. Treatment
Grade 7 Medical Practices
Putting pressure on a bleeding wound will help stop or slow down the flow of blood. Which of the following items could be used to apply pressure on the wound?
  1. Your hand
  2. The victim's hand
  3. A T-shirt
  4. A dressing pad
  5. A towel
  6. All of the above
  7. Only a sterile pad from a first aid kit.
Grade 7 Medical Practices
For a Sprain or Strain, the recommended treatment is RICE. This acronym stands for which of the following?
  1. Rest, Ice, Cold Eggs
  2. Rest, Immobilize, Cold, Elevate
  3. Reassure, Initiate, Convince, Elevate
  4. None of the above
Grade 9 Medical Practices
Vaccinations against hepatitis A and influenza are produced by inactivating the virus that causes each disease. Which of these best explains why this method is successful?
  1. An inactive virus cannot make a person sick but can generate an immune response.
  2. An inactive virus cannot make a person sick and cannot be attacked by antibodies.
  3. An inactive virus can make a person sick but causes only a mild case of the disease.
  4. An inactive virus can make a person sick and can generate an immune response.
Grade 7 Medical Practices
If a person having an asthma attack, has used their inhaler and the attack becomes severe, you should do what?
  1. Call 911
  2. Give them their inhaler again.
  3. None of the above
  4. All of the above
Grade 5 Medical Practices
What are two ways things we can do to keep our teeth healthy?
  1. brush and floss
  2. brush and eat more sugar
Grade 5 Medical Practices
The          common                 cold        is a disease that commonly affects our respiratory system. It is caused by a         virus        . Drinking lots of           fluids            is usually the best medicine for this disease.

Br           onchitis            can develop from having a constant cold. It can also be caused by a        lung        infection,           measles          ,          heart          disease or smoking. Humidifiers can help people            breathe             better at night whilst they sleep.

Respiratory             allergies             such as          asthma          or       hay               fever         can also cause breathing problems.

Another lung disease is             emphysema             typically caused by smoking, air pollution and genetic factors.

A bacteria is the typical cause of another respiratory disease,                tuberculosis               .

Finally lung           cancer            has been found to be caused by smoking. Its a major killer amongst smokers.
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