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College Emergency Medical Services
Which of the following is a primary goal of first aid?
  1. Providing comprehensive medical care
  2. Preventing the victim’s condition from getting worse
  3. Reassuring the victim and providing comfort
  4. Determining the cause of the victim’s illness or injury
College Public Health
CDC
  1. Center of Disease Control
  2. Center of Disease
  3. Center of Disease Correction
  4. Class of Disease Control
College Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Employers are required to meet health and safety standards for their employees under federal and state statutes known as:
  1. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  2. Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
  3. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Act of 1970
  4. Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA)
College Emergency Medical Services
What was the purpose of the Wound Healing Method?
  1. Endothelial Binding Capacity.
  2. How much Vitality cells had.
  3. Invasiveness of the cells.
  4. See how many times Microbiota was talked about in MBHD.
College Public Health
How does TB spread?
  1. Through the air
  2. Through water
  3. Through bodily fluids
  4. Through physical contact
College Public Health
                 is defined as the science and art of protecting and improving the health of communities through education, promotion of healthy lifestyles, and research for disease and injury prevention.
  1. Population health
  2. Public health
  3. Public discourse
  4. Public nuisance
College Public Health
Which one of the following is NOT an acute result of exposure to air pollutants?
  1. Watery Eyes
  2. Sneezing
  3. Lung Cancer
  4. Closing of the throat
College Emergency Medical Services
Regular pulse          60-100          bpm.
College Public Health
Which of the following diseases can be prevented by herd immunity?
  1. Cancer
  2. Heart disease
  3. Mumps
  4. Obesity
College Public Health
Which one of the following is NOT a reason why human exposure to lead has declined in recent years?
  1. Discontinued use of lead in paint
  2. Awareness of lead's long-term effects
  3. Discontinued use of lead in gasoline as an anti-knocking agent
  4. Decreased use of traditional thermometers
College Public Health
An actively infected person can spread TB through
  1. laughing
  2. sneezing
  3. coughing
  4. spitting
  5. all of the above
College Public Health
Vaccine recommendations made by Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices undergo rigorous scrutiny before approval for publication. All the following issues are considered except :
  1. How serious is the disease prevented by the vaccine?
  2. How safe is the vaccine when given at specific ages?
  3. What is the cost of disease versus the cost of the vaccine?
  4. How many children would get the disease without vaccination?
College Public Health
Which of the following is NOT a social or behavioral science that was listed as contributing to public health?
  1. Psychology
  2. Communication
  3. Anthropology
  4. Biology
  5. Sociology
College Public Health
                      is the government provided health insurance that every US citizen is entitled to when they turn 65 years old.
  1. Blue Cross Blue Shield
  2. Medicaid
  3. Medicare
  4. HealthNet
  5. ElderCare Plan
College Emergency Medical Services
For ACUTE ANGINA ATTACK: teach pt to stop activity, take med, and if pain not relieved, then what?
  1. take another dose.
  2. call 911 if pain not relieved.
College Emergency Medical Services
Why should you never massage or rub a frozen part of a patient's body?
  1. Reintroduction of circulation can cause severe shock
  2. The body part can easily be cracked or broken
  3. Microscopic ice crystals can cause serious tissue damage
  4. Blood vessels can constrict, decreasing blood flow to the affected area
College Public Health
Which fly essentially eradicated, but occasionally shows up on animals from other countries?
  1. Cochliomyia hominivorax
  2. Screwworm Fly
  3. Melophagus ovinus
  4. A and C
  5. A and B
  6. All of the Above
College Emergency Medical Services
When responding to the scene of a motor vehicle collision, be sure to take all steps to size up the scene, including:
  1. parking behind the wreckage if you are the first on the scene to warn motorists from behind
  2. parking downwind and downhill to avoid fire or hazardous liquids.
  3. leaving all emergency revolving beacons, headlights, and flashers on for visibility.
  4. parking at least 50 feet away from the wreckage if there is no fire or escaping liquids.
College Public Health
The national Institute for Occupation Safety and Health developed and implemented global directives to cure minors with black lung disease.
  1. True
  2. False
College Public Health
Which of the following situations does not represent an absolute contraindication to vaccination.
  1. Administration of Varicella vaccine during pregnancy
  2. Administration of MMR to a patient with a primary immunodeficiency disorder
  3. Administration of a vaccine to which a pt has a known history of anaphylaxis
  4. Administration of routine vaccines during a viral respiratory infection
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