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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
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Which route of administration are vaccines given in?
  1. Intabvenous
  2. Intramuscular
  3. Intradermal
  4. Subcutaneous
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What is a medication that could be given intranasal?
  1. Kennel Cough Vaccination
  2. Sedative
  3. Pain medications
  4. Vaccinations
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The initial evaluation of a patient for pulmonary rehab might include:
  1. History and Physical
  2. Smoking and alcohol history
  3. Exercise Testing
  4. All of these are probable
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Shaking technique is a variation of which technique:
  1. Percussion
  2. Petrissage
  3. Tapotement
  4. Vibration
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An act that violates criminal law is called?
  1. defemation
  2. crime
  3. libel
  4. slander
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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
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What are the advantages of going paperless?
  1. Patient's can easily do appointments online via the internet
  2. On the day of the appointment the patient arrives at the office, and is asked to fill out paperwork
  3. If medications have been ordered, a handwritten prescription wil ne given to the patient or phoned by the pharmacy
  4. The dictated notes are later transcribed and returned to the doctor to review before being permanently stored in the chart
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What is a chief complaint?
  1. A summary of a patient's symptoms
  2. A record of the patient's vital signs
  3. The main reason the patient seeks care
  4. The doctor's assessment of what's wrong with the patient
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Which of the following would not be an example of a social history finding within the Student Edition software?
  1. Tobacco use
  2. Trouble coping with change
  3. Daily alcohol consumption was 1, 6 oz. drink per day
  4. Drug allergies
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A patient tells you that the medication he's been taking to control his allergies is not working well. Where in the Student Edition software would you record this information?
  1. Reason for Encounter Field
  2. Duration Field for Entry Details
  3. Status field of Entry Details
  4. Onset field of Entry Details
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