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