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  1. The pharynx
  2. Mask
  3. Closed, active, or inactve
  4. One breath every 5 seconds
  5. Center for Disease Control and Prevention
  6. Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  7. Case of bronchitis
  8. Prescribing legal drugs
  9. Best regards
  10. Send an overdue notice with the intent of turning the bill over to a collection agency if not paid promptly
  11. The CMA credential is required in order to practice in the medical assisting profession
  12. Dyspena
  13. Cursor
  14. 40
  15. All elderly patients have difficulty walking
  16. Truth-in-Lending-Act
  17. Whether the autoclave is sterilizing instruments properly
  18. Benefits will be coordinated between two separate insurance companies
  19. inpatient hospital visits
  20. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
  21. Strains
  22. MCOs
  23. Appointment book, calender, message pad or notepad, and pen and pencil
  24. Part D
  25. Bronchi
  26. Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP)
  27. 2 capsules
  28. The patient agrees to treatment
  29. Behaviorism
  30. Empathy
  31. Coordination of benefits
  32. Apply direct pressure
  33. E codes
  34. 4 years
  35. Drug Enforcement Administration
  36. Vastus lateralis
  37. Place the most important mail on top
  38. The control center that directs the activity of the cell
  39. Traditional insurance policies
  40. The amount a physician charges for a service or procedure
  41. Referring Physician
  42. An alphabetic card system
  43. Accounts payable
  44. Systolic pressure
  45. Malfeasance
  46. Nephrectomy
  47. Monthly
  48. To keep track of the patient's financial transactions.
  49. Disinfecting the examination table after each patient
  50. Mats on the floors near entryways to prevent patient falls because of wet floors
  51. Surge protector
  52. Ergonomics
  53. Syncope
  54. 9
  55. The claim will e denied, and the physician will not receive payment
  56. Inflammation of the tendon
  57. Shock
  58. Placed under the tongue
  59. Splenomegaly
  60. Eating more carbohydrates
  61. An encounter form is considered the universal insurance claim form
  62. Vitamin E
  63. Gallbladder, liver, and pancreas
  64. Ophthalmoscope
  65. Constipation and abdominal pain
  66. Antiarrhythmic
  67. Confirm office coverage for patient's insurance plan
  68. Speak a little more slowly and little more loudly
  69. Procedures
  70. Tuberculosis
  71. Information documented in the medical record may be used to reassure an employer about the health of an employee
  72. Chain of infection
  73. Practice-based
  74. "Would you please describe the exercises you do each day that tend to cause the chest pain you are experiencing?"
  75. Transcription
  76. Acute infection
  77. ICD-9-CM
  78. A form that explains the safety and efficacy of the vaccine and adverse reactions cause by the vaccine
  79. Meats
  80. Perspiration
  81. Jotting down notes about an action needed to be taken in the letter's margins
  82. Ask the caller to send a letter to the physician
  83. Wave
  84. 2, 3, 4, 1
  85. Hearth arrhythmias
  86. Tactfully refuse to release any patient information without the patient's written permission
  87. Annually in January
  88. Worker's compensation
  89. Red
  90. Swelling of the testes
  91. A 15-year-old girl living with her parents
  92. Errors in their thinking
  93. Quality control
  94. Palpation
  95. Unemployment insurance
  96. The person chosen to make the final decisions about the patient's end-of-life healthcare
  97. A 56-year-old male with dyspnea
  98. Anaerobes
  99. eight eight-ounce glasses
  100. Strategies individuals use to avoid difficult or painful feelings
  101. Stage
  102. Candida
  103. Any 2 individual
  104. A negative result for HIV
  105. Plasty
  106. Volume 1 and 2
  107. CHAMPUS
  108. Directions for the pharmacist
  109. Tolerance
  110. Apply ice directly to the burn and keep it there until the pain is relieved
  111. Hematoma
  112. Generic
  113. Sterilization
  114. Muscle injury
  115. An employee's political affiliation
  116. Major medical
  117. Semi-Flower
  118. Libel
  119. Fever
  120. The emergency room calling about admitting an established patient with chest pain
  121. Objective
  122. Transportation of immune cells
  123. Unsaturated fats
  124. A lack of blood flow and oxygen to body tissues
  125. Exits marked only in Braille
  126. Past medical history
  127. Severe hypoglycemia
  128. A letter marked "Personal"
  129. Res ipsa loquitur
  130. Completing bookkepping once every two weeks
  131. Prothromboplastin time (PTT)
  132. 98.6 (degree F)
  133. Scheduling a well-baby clinic for Tuesday mornings from 10:00AM to 11:00AM and performing school physicals one morning per week
  134. Washing hands
  135. Certified mail
  136. Blood urea nitrogen
  137. Cardiovascular
  138. Furosemide (Lasix)
  139. Gallstones
  140. Demographics
  141. Immediately resume chest compressions cycled with resure breathing
  142. ME
  143. Allowing three months to pass before billing the patient for the office visit
  144. An involuntary muscle contraction/relaxation
  145. E codes
  146. Airway
  147. Bleach
  148. Pegboard system
  149. 0.8cc
  150. The problem list is arranged according to the patient's past history
  151. From the head toward the feet
  152. FDA (Food Drug Administration)
  153. Rib
  154. Leukocytes are responsible for blood clotting
  155. Whether or not the office uses color-coded files
  156. Replacing stairs with elevators in all buildings
  157. High blood pressure, elevated temperature, and swollen ankle
  158. The name of the beneficiary and the patient's ID number
  159. 250 (degree F) (121.1 degree C)
  160. Letter of recommendation
  161. Orthodontist
  162. Patient's employer
  163. 80%
  164. Top of the foot
  165. Birthday rule
  166. Workers' compensation insurance
  167. Environmental Protection Agency
  168. Urethrostenosis
  169. Hips
  170. DRGs
  171. Transverse
  172. Fungicides
  173. Prophylactic
  174. Gold, then lavender-topped
  175. Spirometry
  176. Dyspnea
  177. Waist
  178. Over the apex of the heart
  179. More control for employers over employee non-worker hours
  180. Restrictive endorsement
  181. Numeric
  182. Typed directly below the return address
  183. Before surgery
  184. Third-degree
  185. Charges for a patient's office visit
  186. Diary products
  187. Coinsurance
  188. Respondeat superior
  189. $12
  190. 9%
  191. Precertification
  192. To increase the waiting time for specimen results
  193. They may be made without preauthorization from the insurance carrier
  194. Pregency
  195. Muscle, nervous, epithelial, and connective
  196. The information in the record is owned by the patient, and the physician or medical facility that created the record owns the paper medical record.
  197. A liaison between patient and healthcare provider
  198. System software
  199. Lymphadenectomy
  200. Dsyphagia