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Medca Study Guide Test 150 Questions with Verified Answers Hippocrates (460-377 BC) - CORRECT ANSWER Father of medicine , & starts study of medicine and prescribes asprin as medicine When was t... he invention of the stethoscope by Rene Laennec - CORRECT ANSWER 1816 When was the first transfusion of human blood performed by James Blundell - CORRECT ANSWER 1818 When was the development of the syringe by Charles Pravaz and Alexander Wood - CORRECT ANSWER 1853 When was germs identified as cause of disease by Louis Pasteur - CORRECT ANSWER 1857 Who and when was Antiseptic principal of the practice of surgery - CORRECT ANSWER Joseph Lister and 1867 When was the discovery of TB Bacillus by Robert Koch - CORRECT ANSWER 1882 When was the discovery of antitoxins and development of tetanus and diphtheria vaccines by E. Von Behring - CORRECT ANSWER 1890 When was the introduction of the system to classify blood types by Karl Landsteiner - CORRECT ANSWER 1901 When was the development of the first vaccine for tuberculosis - CORRECT ANSWER 1927 When was the development of the first vaccine for influenza - CORRECT ANSWER 1945 When did Francis Crick and James Watson work on structure of DNA molecules - CORRECT ANSWER 1953 When was the first development of the first vaccine for measles - CORRECT ANSWER 1964 When was the first vaccine for pneumonia - CORRECT ANSWER 1977 The DEA has to approve - CORRECT ANSWER Medicine In order for patients to obtain certain medications - CORRECT ANSWER Prescriptions are written topical administration - CORRECT ANSWER Onto the skin ( epicutaneous ) Enternal administration - CORRECT ANSWER By swallowing ( oral route ) parenteral administration - CORRECT ANSWER Into veins ( intravenous ) injection beneath the skin is called - CORRECT ANSWER Subcutaneous administration analgesic drugs - CORRECT ANSWER Medications that reduce/alleviate pain antianxiety drugs - CORRECT ANSWER Medication used to suppress anxiety and relax muscles Antibiotics - CORRECT ANSWER Stops the infection from producing organisms- PENICILLIN is a common medicine Anti fungal drug - CORRECT ANSWER Used to treat infections caused by fungus such as ringworm anti-inflammatory - CORRECT ANSWER Non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs (NASIDs) Sleeping Aids - CORRECT ANSWER Used to help with sleeping disorders AMBIEN - common medicine anesthetics - CORRECT ANSWER medicines that cause the loss of feeling ANESTHESIA Common anesthesia - CORRECT ANSWER Novocaine active records - CORRECT ANSWER patients who have been seen within the past 2-5 years New Patient - CORRECT ANSWER You havent been seen in the office in 3years Open booking - CORRECT ANSWER Gives patients times to come to the office to be seen Methods of filing - CORRECT ANSWER By Subject & By Date (of receipt) Duties of medical assistant - CORRECT ANSWER scheduling appointments, updating medical records, vital statics When obtaining medical record information patients should be - CORRECT ANSWER Discouraged to give irrelevant information Co-pay - CORRECT ANSWER Collected each time a patient is seen Insurance - CORRECT ANSWER Should be updated each visit Super bill - CORRECT ANSWER Document used to determine payment due ICD-9 - CORRECT ANSWER Codes used to identify patient diagnosis HMO (Health Maintenance Organization) - CORRECT ANSWER Patient pay fixed amount or periodic fee for medical care providers belonging to HMO Who offers more cost advantages when compared with traditional payment plans - CORRECT ANSWER HMO (Health Maintenance Organization) Taking vital signs means - CORRECT ANSWER Recording body temperature, blood pressure, respiration and pulse Normal vital signs can change due to - CORRECT ANSWER Age, Sex, Weight, Exercise and health conditions Average temp for healthy adult - CORRECT ANSWER 97.8 - 99.1 F Average BP for healthy adult - CORRECT ANSWER 120/80 Average Respiratory Rate for healthy adult - CORRECT ANSWER 16-20 reps per min Average Heart Rate (pulse) for healthy adult - CORRECT ANSWER 60-100 beats per min Equipment used to record vital signs - CORRECT ANSWER Thermometer (temperature Sphygmomanometer (blood pressure) Stethoscope Watch (measure pulse) body temperature refers to - CORRECT ANSWER The amount if heat produced and sustained by the body processes The metabolism of nutrients - CORRECT ANSWER Generates heat within the body The production and loss of heat are generated and controlled in the - CORRECT ANSWER Hypothalamus and the brainstem The average adult temperature is around - CORRECT ANSWER 98.6 taken orally Temperature taken under arm (axillary) is usually - CORRECT ANSWER 0.5 to 1 degrees lower than orally Temperature taken rectal can be - CORRECT ANSWER 0.5 - 1 degrees higher than orally Rectum temperature - CORRECT ANSWER Most accurate oral temperature can be affected by - CORRECT ANSWER Smoking, intake of food and drink, breathing Temperature measured orally is lower than - CORRECT ANSWER Rectal Core Body Temperatures Temperature taken under the arm - CORRECT ANSWER Are the lowest in temps Temperature will increase - CORRECT ANSWER With the intake of food or drinks that are calorie rich Temperatures drop - CORRECT ANSWER At night and throughout the night Poor sleep quality or insomnia can lead to - CORRECT ANSWER A decrease in temperature Sites used for temp measurements - CORRECT ANSWER Oral (mouth) Rectal (anus) Tympanic (ear) Axillary (arm) Vaginal (vagina) Forhead In the gut Over temporal artery Temperature vary depending on - CORRECT ANSWER Body part being measured Typical temps in the daytime for healthy adults - CORRECT ANSWER Oral about 98.6 A medical sign characterized by an increase of temperature above normal leavel - CORRECT ANSWER Fever A significant core body temperature increase (hyperthermia) or decrease in core body temperature (Hypothermia) - CORRECT ANSWER Core Body Temperature The lowest temperature attained by the body (low early in the morning) - CORRECT ANSWER Basal Body Temperature core temperature drops below required temperature level (95 degrees) - CORRECT ANSWER Hypothermia The core temperature increases - CORRECT ANSWER Hyperthermia Blood pressure is exerted by - CORRECT ANSWER Circulating blood upon the walls of blood vessels Blood pressure varies between a - CORRECT ANSWER Systolic (maximum) and diastolic pressure (minimum) Blood pressure drops most rapidly along the - CORRECT ANSWER Small arteries and arterioles Bp measurement is usually expressed as the - CORRECT ANSWER Systolic pressure over the diastolic pressure 120 80 systolic pressure - CORRECT ANSWER When the heart is contracting (heart sound during systole) diastolic pressure - CORRECT ANSWER When the heart is relaxed ( heart sound during diastole) Medical term for low blood pressure - CORRECT ANSWER Hypertension orthostatic hypotension - CORRECT ANSWER low blood pressure that occurs when standing up from a lying or sitting position Dehydration - CORRECT ANSWER Causes the body to lose more water than it is taking in Post prandial hypotension - CORRECT ANSWER Sudden drop in blood pressure after eating Shy-Drager syndrome - CORRECT ANSWER Associated with muscle tremors, slowed movement, problems with speech and incontinence hypertension risk factors - CORRECT ANSWER Age (^65) Medications Certain disease Drug often used to raise standing blood pressure levels in people with chronic orthostatic hypotension - CORRECT ANSWER Midodrine (Orvaten, Proamatine) Hypertension (high blood pressure) - CORRECT ANSWER Can cause health problems such as heart disease Hypertension (high blood pressure) risk factors - CORRECT ANSWER Age Race Family history Overweight or Obesity What is Thiazide diuretics - CORRECT ANSWER Water Pills Reduce the work load of the heart and open vessels, causes heart to beat slower - CORRECT ANSWER Beta Blockers Helps relax muscles of blood vessels. Some can also slow the heart rate - CORRECT ANSWER Calcium channel blockers What Reduce nerve impulses to blood vessels - CORRECT ANSWER Alpha beta blockers What is normal blood pressure? - CORRECT ANSWER 120/80 mmHg prehypertension tends to - CORRECT ANSWER Gets worse over time medical device used to measure blood pressure and is an inflatable cuff - CORRECT ANSWER Sphygmomanometer Number of breaths a person take per minute - CORRECT ANSWER Respiratory rate Respiration rate for person 18 and over (healthy adult) - CORRECT ANSWER 16-20 breathes per min Fast respiration rate are called - CORRECT ANSWER Tachypnea (more than 20 breaths per minute) Low respiration rates are called - CORRECT ANSWER Bradypnea (less than 12 breaths per minute) the number of times the heart beats per minute - CORRECT ANSWER heart rate PULSE A persons pulse can be felt at any place that will - CORRECT ANSWER Allow an artery to be compressed against a bone Bradycardia - CORRECT ANSWER heart rate below 60 bpm Normal pulse for newborn - CORRECT ANSWER 120-160 beats per minute The heart rate can be affected by (weight is not a factor) - CORRECT ANSWER Medications Trauma Illness Temperature Exercise Stress Bp A persons natural response to psychological stress may increase HR - CORRECT ANSWER Emotional Stress Illness such as fever will put an increased metabolic demand on the body and heart rate will increases due to oxygen requirements - CORRECT ANSWER ILLNESS Abnormal heart rates - CORRECT ANSWER tachycardia, bradycardia and arrhythmia Bradycardia is caused when - CORRECT ANSWER There is not enough oxygen being pumped to the heart (could cause cardiac arrest) Tachycardia is caused when - CORRECT ANSWER Heart beats faster and less blood flow is provided to the body Abnormality of the heart and rhythm - CORRECT ANSWER arrhythmia Some arrhythmias can cause what? - CORRECT ANSWER They can cause your heart to suddenly stop beating. (Which is called sudden cardiac arrest) or even death A pulse rate can be measured - CORRECT ANSWER In any place where arteries can be pressed against a bone The average brain weighs about? - CORRECT ANSWER 3 lbs The spinal cord is about - CORRECT ANSWER 16inches long and less than 1 inch wide What separates the brain from the skull - CORRECT ANSWER Meninges (connective tissue membranes) The brain does not grow but - CORRECT ANSWER Develops over time somatic nervous system - CORRECT ANSWER Consist of peripheral nerve fibers autonomic nervous system - CORRECT ANSWER Divided into 3 parts - sympathetic nervous system, parasympathetic nervous system and enteric nervous system Cerbral cortex functions what - CORRECT ANSWER Voluntary movement Language Reasoning Thought Perception brain stem functions what - CORRECT ANSWER Heart rate Breathing Blood pressure Hypothalamus functions what - CORRECT ANSWER Thirst Hunger Body temp Emotions Circadian rhythms Thalamus funtions what - CORRECT ANSWER Movement Sensory processing basal ganglia functions what - CORRECT ANSWER Movement midbrain functions what - CORRECT ANSWER Vision Eye movement Audition Body movement EYE- To determine a persons vision health professionals use a - CORRECT ANSWER Snellen Chart EAR- Tinnitus is characterized by symptoms such as constant - CORRECT ANSWER Buzzing or whistling sound NOSE - Anosmia is a condition with the - CORRECT ANSWER Inability to smell Tongue has receptors for taste (tastebuds) that are able to detect - CORRECT ANSWER Salty, Sweet, Bitter and Sour A condition with reduced ability to taste - CORRECT ANSWER Hypogeusia congenital analgesia - CORRECT ANSWER A child may have little or even no sense of touch cataract - CORRECT ANSWER clouding of the lens of the eye Epilepsy - CORRECT ANSWER brain disorder that causes repeated seizures To diagnose epilepsy an - CORRECT ANSWER EEG (electroencephalogram) is done Glaucoma - CORRECT ANSWER A group of eye conditions causing damage to the optic nerve Parkinson's disease - CORRECT ANSWER a neurological disease, leading to degeneration of brain cells Parkinson's disease can cause - CORRECT ANSWER Stiffness in limbs or shaking A brain tumor consist of - CORRECT ANSWER A group if abnormal cells Risk factors of a tumor include - CORRECT ANSWER Exposure to radiation and possible inherited conditions Respirations refers to - CORRECT ANSWER The act of breathing respiratory system organs DOES NOT INCLUDE ALVEOLI - CORRECT ANSWER nose oral cavity (mouth) Throat (pharynx) Voice box (larynx) Wind pipe (trachea) bronchi lungs Left bronchi divides into - CORRECT ANSWER 2 lobes Right Bronchi Divides into - CORRECT ANSWER 3 lobes Each lung has a hilus - CORRECT ANSWER A slit where lymphatics, nerves and bronchial tubes reach the lungs respiratory arrest is also known as - CORRECT ANSWER Apnea Condition is caused by bacteria of virus - CORRECT ANSWER Acute bronchitis Diphtheria - CORRECT ANSWER an acute infectious disease measles - CORRECT ANSWER contagious viral infection Children affected by measles, it is best to protect the eyes from - CORRECT ANSWER Direct sunlight Pneumonia - CORRECT ANSWER Common infection of the lung Pneumonia causes - CORRECT ANSWER Breathing germs Bacteria - common cause Viruses scarlet fever - CORRECT ANSWER Infection caused by the bacteria streptococcus ( also causes strep throat) sinustis - CORRECT ANSWER inflammation of the sinuses due to viral, bacterial infection Tuberculosis - CORRECT ANSWER Contagious infection of the lungs caused by bacteria Tuberculosis occurs the most between ages - CORRECT ANSWER 15-30 years old Treatment for tuberculosis - CORRECT ANSWER Isoniazid or rifampin [Show More]

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