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  1. Prodromal
  2. Medical Office practice where physicians offer discounts to employers and other purchasers of health insurance?
  3. Which disorder is a malignant neoplasm of connective tissues?
  4. HMO
  5. Dr. Wu orders 100 USP units of heparin to be given to Mrs. Lee. The label on the heparin bottle reads 5,000 units per ml
  6. a primary component of well baby visits
  7. Physicians who administer controlled drugs are required to register with what agency?
  8. Typanic Temperature
  9. name of the vaccine given for polio
  10. Which of the following is the recommended maximum volume of fluid introduced to the dorsogluteal site
  11. Correct order for procedural steps when drawing blood?
  12. What is the meaning of urinary incontinence?
  13. The blood type of the universal recipient
  14. Cirrhosis
  15. the normal process of excreting urine
  16. condition is inflammation of the renal pelvis and of the kidney
  17. What P wave represents
  18. Which of the following is the most appropriate method of diagnosing testicular cancer
  19. myosarcoma
  20. Hematoma
  21. Sterile procedures that must be maintained regardless of the number and complexity of minor procedures performed in the office?
  22. risk factor for testicular cancer
  23. Related Artifact to ECG
  24. Instruments used for grasping and clamping.
  25. Hearing loss that is progressive and associated with aging?
  26. myositis
  27. the following specimens usually requires preservatives in the container
  28. Which of the following is a common procedure of tying the vas deferens to render the male sterile
  29. the most appropriate action when marking an injection site on the hip toward the front of the body
  30. Bradypnea
  31. Pruritus
  32. Hemiplegia
  33. HIPAA
  34. Normal values for fasting blood sugar are
  35. atrophy
  36. Sarcoma
  37. Which procedure is the surgical repair of cartilage
  38. what age are most of the child's recommended vaccines administered
  39. How many seconds are counted when assessing a child's respirations
  40. Agent prescribed for relieving seizures
  41. TIA
  42. When measuring for crutches, what is the elbow angle and the distance from of the top of the crutch to the armpit?
  43. Emesis
  44. Term used for number of times a women has been pregnant
  45. Accidental tearing of the body tissue usually made by sharp objects?
  46. Chlecystectomy
  47. The format of a source-oriented medical record.
  48. Which condition is the complete suppression of urine formation by the kidneys
  49. dyspnea
    eupnea
    hyperpnea
    hypopnea
    tachypnea
    Orthopnea
  50. Bradycardia
  51. Hematuria
    Anuria
    Nocturia
    Oliguria
  52. Schedule 3
  53. Symptoms of Cystitis
  54. Dysuria
  55. What is the primary purpose of a Guaiac test?
  56. Term used for Woman who has made many viable births?
  57. Which of the following is the main function of protein
  58. When performing the hCG pregnancy test
  59. The process whereby the drug is transported from the blood to the intended site of action?
  60. appropriate area for measuring the head circumference
  61. Electrodes not used as part of the recording
  62. Foreign object such as blood clot, circulating the blood.
  63. Schedule 5
  64. disorde rcharacteristic by low-grade fever, pain in the back, muscle aches, and urinary frequency
  65. When is a syringe most often used for venipuncture?
  66. Tachypnea
  67. When one drug potentates or diminishes the action of another drug?
  68. Mr. King's chief complaint is urinary frequency, nocturia, and inability to initiate urination.
  69. Condition in which central vision is lost and peripheral vision may remain?
  70. Lead for V6 reading?
  71. Otoscope
  72. The correct evacuation tube order of draw
  73. How can a blood pressure reading be taken on a child if one cannot be obtained in the usual manner
  74. The set of infection control guidelines that should be used by health care professionals.
  75. How electrical impulses travel through the heart
  76. Which of the following best describes one of the most accurate methods of calculating medication dosage for infants and children
  77. Infectious disease that is the greatest danger to healthcare providers
  78. Continuous Fever
  79. How are the augment leads recorded?
  80. Intermittent Fever
  81. Most important action when performing a nasal irrigation on an adult?
  82. Disorder that causes symptoms of dizziness, fluctuating hearing loss in one ear and ringing in both ears.
  83. Bill passed by Congress in 1990 to encourage patients to make living wills and advance directives before live-sustaining measures become necessary.
  84. Recommended order for checking best available vein site?
  85. What is the appropriate action when palpating for a vein in the upper arm?
  86. Atrophy
  87. An elevated finding of glycosylated hemoglobin indicates
  88. Myositis
  89. Which condition is an inflammation within the walls of the bladder
  90. Medical aseptic hand washing methods.
  91. Otosclerosis
  92. When is the medication label checked?
  93. The person that decodes the message.
  94. Splenomegaly
  95. Which of the following is the most commonly used syringe
  96. What is the average range for a diastolic blood pressure?
  97. pain within a bone
  98. Which of the following best describes why the oral route is the most widely used method of drug administration
  99. Which of the following is the preferred site for infant intramuscular injections?
  100. Hypokinesia
  101. Where should stethoscope be placed when taking an apical pulse?
  102. the role of the medical assistant in the physician's examination of the male reproductive exam?
  103. Which term describes the surgical repair or replacement of a damaged joint
  104. 7 Examination Positions
  105. Most utilized routs of medication administration?
  106. Abbreviation for left eye
    Abbreviation for both eyes
    Abbreviation for right eye
  107. Temporal Artery Temperature
  108. Steam Sterilization
  109. Chemical Sterilization
  110. Appropriate action taken when performing ear irrigation on an adult?
  111. Drug with a synergistic action.
  112. Undesirable action of a drug that may limit its usefulness?
  113. Artifact that can be caused by poor quality of gel?
  114. Surgical Asepsis
  115. pulse sites is preferred when taking a pulse on small children
  116. Schedule 4
  117. Which of the following is the correct interpretation of a prescription that reads Penicillin V 500 mg po qid #50
  118. What organ is examined by a sigmoidoscopy?
  119. What is the source oriented medical record format?
  120. Bradykinesia
  121. Which condition is an insulin deficiency disorder?
  122. Which of the following is the average heart rate of children up to two years old
  123. Position for patient with abdominal problems
  124. What are the seven examination position for patients.
  125. Agency that has the legal responsibility for deciding whether a drug may be distributed and sold
  126. Snellen
  127. PERRLA
  128. Most commonly used artery for measuring blood pressure.
  129. IBD
  130. where does oxygenated blood enter the hart?
  131. What are Heparin and Coumadin
  132. Schedule 1
  133. Effective Skin Antiseptics
  134. What is the average normal adult rate of respiration?
  135. Tachycardia
  136. Which of the following is the standard measurement of a dosage of insulin
  137. Which of the following is the most important guiding principle in medication administration
  138. Most important when taking Radial Pulse
  139. Airborne germ that comes in contact with a sterile area
  140. Hermochromatosis
  141. Weakness or slight paralysis of a musccle
  142. the following time intervals should booster vaccinations be scheduled
  143. How to inhibit bacterial growth.
  144. The correct location to apply a tourniquet
  145. Throat Cultures
  146. The blood type of the universal donor is
  147. Xerostomia
  148. Common compounds extracted from adrenal glands of animals.
  149. Advanced directive that specifies an individuals end-of-life wishes.
  150. Which link does wearing gloves effectively break in the infection cycle?
  151. Medical Asepsis
  152. Polyuria
  153. Thrombocytes
  154. Which of the following is the leading cause of drug administration errors?
  155. Dry Heat Sterilization
  156. Myocardiam
  157. Albin/o
    Hidr/o
    melan/o
    onych/o
    xer/o
  158. Orthoplasty
  159. Systole
    Diastole
  160. an inflammation of bone and bone marrow
  161. Remittent Fever
  162. The preferred sample for pregnancy testing is obtained as a
  163. Microorganisms that can cause infectious disease.
  164. Which autoimmune disorder is characterized by hyperthyroidism, goiter, and exophthalmos?
  165. Which of the following would be a safe area to inject a medication?
  166. Pyrexia
    Afebrile
    Febrile
  167. Lymphangioma
  168. Major purpose of prenatal history?
  169. Schedule 2
  170. Podiatrist
  171. Pyuria
  172. The patient is due for a seven month checkup and comes into the office the next day. Which of the following examinations would be set up for her?
  173. Major purpose of a prenatal visit?
  174. Axillary Temperature
  175. Which of the following is equal to 5 ml?
  176. Purpura
    Urticaria
    Verrucae
    Vesicle
  177. inflammation of the membrane lining a joint.
  1. a Graves' disease
  2. b side of thigh
  3. c Multipara
  4. d Cortisone and Adrenalin
  5. e Temperature taken by forehead.
  6. f The collection of blood that has escaped from the blood vessels into tissue.
  7. g blood cultures, tubes without additives, tubes with additives
  8. h bruising
    hives
    Warts
    Blister
  9. i osteomyelitis
  10. j Are used to detect bacterial, fungal, or viral infection in the throat.
  11. k Frequency, Burning and urgency
  12. l Uses steam under pressure to obtain high temperature of 250-245F with exposure of 20-40 min. (Autoclave)
  13. m One minute duration, wash hands & wrist, Hold hands down during rinse, clean under nails.
  14. n Embolus
  15. o SOAP
    Subjective, Objective, Assessment, Plan for treatment.
  16. p immunizations
  17. q Weakness and wasting away caused by disuse of muscle over a long period of time.
  18. r large amount of urine
  19. s Parental & Oral
  20. t inability to control urination
  21. u LESSER degree of abuse potential with accepted medical usefulness, abuse leads to moderate dependence. Refil 5x in 6 months
  22. v Distribution
  23. w Press firmly over area or artery
  24. x Anticoagulants
  25. y Place the patient in a prone position.
  26. z Gravida
  27. aa . biopsy
  28. ab Living Will
  29. ac supine, dorsal recumbent, lethatomy, fowlers, knee to chest, prone, sims.
  30. ad Test used to measure distance visual acuity.
  31. ae Force exerted on arterial walls during contraction,
    Sound force exerted during cardiac relaxation.
  32. af AB
  33. ag Vomiting
  34. ah Drug interaction
  35. ai 5ml
  36. aj Abnormally decreased motor function or activity.
  37. ak Health Maintenance Organization
  38. al Dispense fifty tablets penicillin 500 mg each and have patient take four times a day.
  39. am Myoparesis
  40. an Chronological set of notes for each visit.
  41. ao Fusing together of the bones of the middle ear resulting in conductive hearing loss.
  42. ap type 1 diabetes mellitus
  43. aq temperature taken in ear
  44. ar White
    Sweat
    Black
    Nail
    Dry
  45. as Be knowledgeable about drug administered.
  46. at anuria
  47. au initial symptoms appear, which may be vague and nonspecific. They may include mild fever, headache, and loss of usual energy
  48. av popliteal
  49. aw Patient Self-Determination Act
  50. ax blood in the urine
    absence of urine
    excessive urination at night
    Scanty Urine
  51. ay inflammation of muscle tissue
  52. az Used for instruments that easily corrode
  53. ba Fluctuating fever that returns to or below baseline then rises again.
  54. bb Apical
  55. bc S-A node to Purkinje Fibers
  56. bd foot doctor
  57. be procedures used to reduce and prevent the spread of microorganisms
  58. bf transurethral prostatectomy
  59. bg Fever that alternately rises and drops, but which has no interval of normal body temperature
  60. bh Supine, Dorsal recumbent, Lithotomy, Fowler's, Knee to Chest, Prone, Sim's
  61. bi Fever
    Absence of fever
    Fever is present
  62. bj itching
  63. bk Digital S curve of large intestine
  64. bl Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act - 1996- written to protect the privacy of health info.,
  65. bm Transient ischemic attack; temporary interference with the blood supply to the brain
  66. bn surgical removal of gallbladder
  67. bo vastus lateralis
  68. bp Preferred Provider Organization.
  69. bq wandering baseline
  70. br Standard Precautions
  71. bs 2
  72. bt Mode of Transmission
  73. bu laceration
  74. bv Temperature taken at the armpit
  75. bw enlargement of the spleen
  76. bx Use palm of hand against trochanter with tip of finger on anterior iliac spine.
  77. by to provide amino acids
  78. bz cardiac muscle tissue, middle heart wall
  79. ca interstitial cystitis
  80. cb 110
  81. cc Anticonvulsant, Dilantin
  82. cd slow heart rate, usually below 60 beats per minute
  83. ce from the occipital protuberance to the supraorbital prominence
  84. cf An instrument for examining the tympanic membrane (Ear)
  85. cg micturition
  86. ch 24-hour
  87. ci HBV
  88. cj 1. Identify, 2. Wash hands/Don gloves, 3. Apply Tourniquet, 4. Position in close proximity, 5. Place arm in down position.
  89. ck Use bulb-tipped syringe
  90. cl Ostealgia
  91. cm Pus in urine
  92. cn A fever that remains constant above the baseline; it does not fluctuate.
  93. co Side Affect
  94. cp Receiver
  95. cq vasectomy
  96. cr difficult breathing
    normal breathing
    abnormal deep respiration
    shallow respiration
    rapid respiration
    Difficulty or inability to breath unless in an upright position
  97. cs Straighten auditory canal by pulling auricle back and up.
  98. ct Palpate the antecubital fossa with your index finger.
  99. cu Apply three to four inches above puncture site
  100. cv 60-80 mmHg
  101. cw Painful urination
  102. cx Pelvic examination only
  103. cy Rapid breathing above 20 per minute
  104. cz Progressive degenerative liver disease
  105. da depolarization of the atria
  106. db a malignant tumor derived from muscle tissue
  107. dc wrong dosage
  108. dd have acceptable medical uses with limited risk of abuse or dependence (benzodiazepines, nonnarcotic analgesics, phenobarbital)
  109. de After Bipolar Leads
  110. df To prevent serious complications.
  111. dg Meniere's disease
  112. dh Hemostat, Forceps and Needle holder
  113. di RL
  114. dj Pupils Equally Reactive Responsive to Light and Accommodation.
    (Nervous system)
  115. dk d. when checking the order, after calculating the dose, and before putting drug back on shelf
  116. dl 15 months
  117. dm arthroplasty
  118. dn Dry mouth
  119. do Platelets
  120. dp use a stopwatch to measure the time
  121. dq No special equipment is required.
  122. dr muscle inflammation and weakness resulting from infection or autoimmune disease
  123. ds palpation
  124. dt Irritable bowel disease
  125. du when intestines absorb too much iorn
  126. dv mumps
  127. dw Dorsal Recumbent
  128. dx 5th intercostal space at the midclavicular line.
  129. dy chondroplasty
  130. dz pyelonephritis
  131. ea 30 degrees and 2 inches below armpit
  132. eb Drug Enforcement Agency
  133. ec Synovitis
  134. ed Macular degeneration
  135. ee 60-100
  136. ef Betadine, Hibiclens & Hydrogen peroxide
  137. eg O
  138. eh first morning sample
  139. ei OS
    AU
    OD
  140. ej a/c, veins of the fore arm, back of the hand, wrist, foot
  141. ek IPV
  142. el Alternating current (AC) interference
  143. em Presbycusis
  144. en school entry and every ten years
  145. eo Unit
  146. ep 12-20
  147. eq 1-3 ml
  148. er contamination
  149. es Fragile, thin or rolling veins
  150. et abnormally rapid heartbeat (over 100 beats per minute)
  151. eu Pulmonary Vein
  152. ev highly restricted medical use, high potential for abuse. Opium, Codeine, Cocaine, Fentanyl, Methadone, Meth, Morphine, Amphetamine, PCP, Secobarbitol.
  153. ew No accepted medical use in US, and high abuse potiential. ex: heroin, marijuana
  154. ex 4th intercostal space at the left mid axillary line
  155. ey 1 tsp
  156. ez A process that uses chemical agents to achieve sterilization
  157. fa Practices that keep objects and areas sterile or free from microorganisms
  158. fb malignant tumor
  159. fc the wasting away of a body organ or tissue
  160. fd Enhances the action of another drug.
  161. fe poor glucose control
  162. ff accepted medical use, least potential for abuse. Robitussin
  163. fg Detect occult blood
  164. fh Decreased in numbers of respirations.
  165. fi body surface area
  166. fj Pathogens
  167. fk paralysis of one side of the body
  168. fl surgical remodeling of a diseased or damaged joint
  169. fm Surgical Asepsis
  170. fn Abnormally decreased muscular movement.
  171. fo sarcoma
  172. fp 60 seconds
  173. fq FDA
  174. fr To identify high risk patients
  175. fs By keeping surfaces dry.
  176. ft benign tumor of lymph vessels
  177. fu prostatitis