Test Answers on medical terminology

Medical Terminology Module 10

Involuntary nerves that stimulate the body in times of stress and crisis are __________ nerves. sympathetic The _____ nervous system consists of the cranial and spinal nerves. peripheral Which of the following nervous system cells do not transmit impulses throughout the body? Glial Afferent Nerves Efferent Nerves Neurons Glial The chemical messenger released at the […]

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Ch 9 maintaining office medical records

Documentation is the recording of information in a patient’s medical record; that includes detailed notes about each contact with the patient and about the treatment plan, patient progress and treatment outcomes. Electronic Health Record EHR is an electrically stored patient record. Info related to past, present or future physical & mental health or condition of […]

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CH 7 MIDTERM

The recognized violation of cultural norms Macionis defintion of deviance The violation of rules or norms Sociologist James Henslin defintion of deviance Macionis notes on page 176 that when we are talking of deviance, we are mostly talking about \”negative instances of rule breaking, such as stealing from a campus bookstore, assaulting a fellow student, […]

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Chapter 11 Medical Records & Documentation Key Terms

Audit To examine and review a group of patient records for completeness and accuracy – particularly as related to their ability to back up the charges sent to health insurance carriers for reimbursement. CHEDDAR C: Chief Complaint. H: History. E: Examination. D: Details of Problem and Complaints. D: Drugs and Dosage. A: Assessment. R: Return […]

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bio test one midterm review

what converts organic matter to inorganic matter by breaking down dead organisms decomposers what nutrients often limit the distribution and abundance of photosynthetic organisms nitrogen and phosphorous if a populations growth rate decreases as the population size approaches the carrying capacity the populations growth follows a ______ model logistic competition among individuals of the same […]

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HIS 122 Midterm

In the North, the Civil War especially elevated the power of: business leaders Which of the following was NOT a task of the Freedmen’s Bureau? arming the freedmen At the end of the Civil War, the newly freed slaves were given: medical and legal assistance from the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands Under […]

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Medical Terminology Ch. 1-3

Select the abbreviation that would NOT appear in a history and physical examination report. a) ROS b) CC c) HIPAA d) HPI c) HIPAA Anesthesia is defined as: condition of being without feeling/sensation With bradycardia, there is a: condition of a slow heart Which suffix means the process of using an instrument to examine? -scopy […]

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Astro Midterm 1

Which of the following observational techniques is most appropriate for measuring Doppler shifts? Spectroscopy (taking a spectrum) One of the absorption lines of hydrogen has a rest wavelength of 656 nm (at rest means with respect to the observer, like in a lab). You observe several stars and measure the wavelength of this same hydrogen […]

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world wide web midterm

All of the following buttons can be found on the Firefox Navigation toolbar EXCEPT ____. Firefox A text file that contains HTML tags is called an HTML ____. document The two most common transfer protocols used on the Internet are File Transfer Protocol and Hexadecimal Transfer Protocol. False In Internet Explorer, the Favorites Center has […]

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Chapter 9-10. Art midterm: design, convey information

censorship The supervision by one individual or group over the artistic expression of another individual or group is known as ______________. They occasionally have all 4 hooves on the ground In 1878, Eadweard Muybridge photographed a galloping horse, and discovered what? Italian Renaissance The use by artists of the camera obscura (literally dark room) began […]

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SYG1000 MIDTERM 3

social stratification the division of society into groups arranged in a social hierarchy social inequality the unequal distribution of wealth, power, or prestige among members of a society slavery the most extreme form of social stratification, based on the legal ownership of people caste system a form of social stratification in which status is determined […]

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Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci was an artist who rigidly stuck to traditional methods and rules of art. False The rarity of an artwork, and its value, are often closely related. True THe Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. is valuable because… Lincoln is a symbol of American values and identity. The building that houses the Lincoln Memorial […]

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CREATIVE EXP. MIDTERM

What is FLOW? a state of self-forgetfulness – play should be something a child feels rather than something a child does Characteristics of FLOW Extreme concentration, Control – Influencing the play – May be short or long-lasting & allows the brain some \”quiet time\” Torrance’s definition of FLOW creativity is the ability to produce something […]

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SPED 300 Midterm

Alberto has been identified as having ADHD and qualifies for special education services According to IDEA, he would be classified under the __________ category. Other Health impairments Davis has a traumatic brain injury. In order to receive this disability classification He must have acquired his injury after birth Dr. Jean-Marc-Gaspard Itard is best known for […]

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HIS 101 Midterm Exam Review (Prof. Stoll; JSRCC)

The \”land between the rivers\” refers to Mesopotamia Which of the following was contained in the Code of Hammurabi? Punishment depended on the status of both the victim and perpetrator Which of the following best describes Egyptian religion? Three of the most important features were polytheism, the belief in an afterlife, and an ethical code […]

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GP Midterm; 3.2 Hinduism/Buddhism

reincarnation an individual soul or spirit is born again and again until moksha is achieved, rebirth karma good or bad deeds that follow from one reincarnation to another Jainism founded by Mahavira, who believed that everything in the universe has a soul and should not me harmed Siddhartha Gautama born into a noble family that […]

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SOCI 1101 Midterm

What is the view that a society should be judged on its own terms, not in comparison with others, called? Cultural Relativism When can ethnocentrism be functional for a society? When it builds conformity and cohesiveness. To a sociologist, what is culture? A society’s ideas, values, beliefs, and technology The most important set of symbols […]

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Ethics Midterm:T/F

According to the divine command theory, right actions are those that are willed by God. True Embracing without question the moral beliefs of your culture can undermine your personal freedom. True Many great religious thinkers have relied on reason to understand the truths of morality. True Morality is both accessible and meaningful to us whether […]

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Urban Studies midterm

Urbanization __________ is the increased proportion of the population that is urban compared to rural (Davis,1965) city A ____ is community of substantial size and population density that shelters a variety of non-agricultural specialists, including a literate elite (Sjoberg, 1973) a settled community, an implied threshold of population size, non-agricultural employment, and cities are ruled […]

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Public Relations COMM 213 Midterm 1

Meaningful processes to influence public opinion are said to begin with use of _____ research In John Marston’s R-A-C-E process, the key step is _______ appropriate action To effectively communicate with a public, it is important to recognize that _______ all publics have their own special needs and require different types of communication If you […]

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FACS 50 Midterm

1. In the United States there appears to have been a broad cultural shift in the values Americans hold most dear. The general trend has been from an emphasis on ________ to _________. D. parenting; self-fulfillment 2. ______________ individualism can best be described as a style of life that emphasizes the development of one’s own […]

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