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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
None Medical Practices
Infection control is divided into the following categories:
  1. bacteriology, ecology and first aid
  2. prevention, inoculation and billing
  3. sanitation, disinfection, and sterilization
  4. contamination, immunity, and inoculation
None Medical Practices
Maintaining healthy teeth and keeping the breath fresh is called:
  1. oral hygiene
  2. halitosis
  3. public sanitation
  4. public intoxication
None Medical Practices
A device that measures oxygen concentration in the blood
  1. pulse oximeter
  2. lumen
  3. Increment
  4. Meniscus
None Medical Practices
Which of the following is not a routine body measurement?
  1. Chest circumference
  2. Head circumference
  3. Ankle circumference
  4. Height
None Medical Practices
Your 68-year-old male patient is complaining of severe chest pain radiating to he left arm... The information concerning his previous heart attack is part of which component of patient history?
  1. Chief complaint
  2. Past medical history
  4. History of present illnesses
None Medical Practices
During head-to-toe examination, you palpate the four quadrants of the abdomen for all of the following except:
  1. Tenderness & guarding
  2. Penetrating injuries
  3. Distention & masses
  4. Paradoxical motion
None Medical Practices
Which is considered the patient's chief concern?
  1. Disease
  2. Illness
  3. Treatment
  4. Medication
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Which abbreviation is correct for diagnosis
  1. Dx
  2. Dz
  3. D
  4. Dn
None Medical Practices
A product that can be applied o the skin to reduce microbes is called a(n):
  1. antiseptic
  2. sterilizer
  3. sanitizer
  4. disinfectant
None Medical Practices
Chemical products used to destroy or kill bacteria and some viruses (except bacterial spores) are called:
  1. disinfectants
  2. sanitation products
  3. antiseptics
  4. bar soaps
None Medical Practices
IV medications:
  1. are rapidly absorbed.
  2. are an option if the patient is NPO.
  3. should not routinely be given to a patient with a history of speed shock.
  4. a and b
  5. All of the above
None Medical Practices
An IV medication bolus is:
  1. injection of a small volume of medication through an IV access.
  2. medication infused over approximately 30 minutes.
  3. always given as rapidly as possible.
  4. cannot be legally administered by a Registered Nurse.
None Medical Practices
What is required for all medications (prescription and OTC) before you can assist a client to take them?
  1. Family approval
  2. Doctor order
  3. Agency assistance
  4. Gloves
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how do you treat someone who has been poisoned?
  1. treat themlike a victim of shock
  2. treat them like a rabid dog
  3. treat them like they are perfectly fine
  4. treat them like your entertainment for the night
None Medical Practices
All of the following are components of secondary survey except:
  1. Past & present medical history
  2. Chief complaint
  3. History taking
  4. Rapid Body Survey
None Medical Practices
This medical personnel listens to dictated information by a physican or other health care professional and uses a computer to enter data into document form.
  1. medical transcriptionist
  2. unit secretary
  3. physical assistant
  4. medical assistant
None Medical Practices
In the assessment of a patient's mental status using the AVPU scale, the V stands for
  1. Viral
  2. Veto
  3. Verbal
  4. Vastus
None Medical Practices
In the assessment of a patient's mental status using the AVPU scale, the A stands for
  1. Alive
  2. Alert
  3. Appropriate
  4. Affect
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What is the difference between assisting and administering a medication?
  1. there is no difference
  2. assist is to help; administer is to give
  3. administer is to help; assist is to give
  4. HHA never assist or administer medications
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