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Grade 8 Medical Practices
Non viral or bacterial STD's can be treated with
  1. Anitbiotics
  2. Shower
  3. Anti-bacterial lotion
  4. None
Grade 8 Medical Practices
What is the most effective way to prevent pregnancy?
  1. Condoms
  2. IUD
  3. Abstinence
  4. Birth control pills
Continuing Education Medical Practices
Continuing Education Medical Practices
A good way for a home health aide to respond to hallucinations is to
  1. Laugh at the client
  2. Reassure a client who is upset and worried
  3. Tell the client that she can see the hallucination, too
  4. Argue with the client, telling her that what she thinks she sees isn't real
Continuing Education Medical Practices
One way for a home health aide to help a client with AD with eating is to
  1. Withhold fluids
  2. Serve steaming hot foods and drinks
  3. Use dishes without a pattern
  4. Put a few types of food on the plate at the same time
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 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 7 Medical Practices
If someone has stopped talking , is turning red and clutching their throat, the first thing you do is ask if they are choking. Your next action should be to
  1. Give them some bread.
  2. Help them drink some water.
  3. Hit them firmly on their back 5 times followed by 5 quick abdominal thrusts.
  4. None of the above
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
Continuing Education Medical Practices
Grade 9 Medical Practices
Prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases and injuries in animals
  1. Emergency Medical Technician
  2. Veterinarian
  3. Oral Surgeon
  4. Endodontist
  5. Pharmacist
College Medical Practices
In order to determine the best course of therapy physicians assess the stage of heart failure according to New York Heart Association classification. the NYHA Class Class II is defined as:
  1. Severe limitations. Symptoms are present, even at rest. unable to perform any physical activity due to increased discomfort
  2. mild symptoms or limitations. Comfortable at rest, but ordinary activity results in fatigue, palpitations, dyspnea and angina.
  3. marked limitations of physical activity. Comfortable at rest but less than ordinary activity causes symptoms.
  4. no limitations of physical actiity or symptoms
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 1 Medical Practices
Grade 8 Medical Practices
Continuing Education Medical Practices
During immobilization helmets should be removed EXCEPT if patient is                                      
  1. cardiac arrest
  2. combative
  3. helmet interferes with immobilization
  4. helmet allows too much head movement
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