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Chapter 28: Infectious Disease
Chapter 28: Infectious Disease
1) Which of the following is the BEST way to prevent or control pathogens inside the body? : Normal flora
2) Which of the following would be considered an opportunistic infection? : A cancer patient contracts pneumonia after completing radiation treatments.
3) Which of the following would be an example of acquired active immunity? : A woman takes a yearly flu shot to prevent contracting influenza.
4) . Of the following situations, which would LEAST likely to result in infection? : Scrubbing your hands after transferring a patient with a rash.
5) Which of the following would be considered a significant exposure? : A needle stick while starting an IV on a patient with hepatitis B.

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Chapter 27: Immunological Disorders
Chapter 27: Immunological Disorders
1) A foreign substance that elicits the response of the immune system is called: : Antigen
2) What cells release histamine when they recognize antigen-antibody complexes? : Mast cells
3) A sensitization is defined as: : The primary exposure of an individual to an antigen
4) Fluid released from leaky capillaries as a result of histamine results in: : Urticaria
5) Your patient is a 23-year-old man who was complaining of shortness of breath following a bee sting. He is audibly wheezing and his respiratory rate is 22 breaths per minute. His skin is cool and clammy and he is tachycardic. What is the primary drug used to treat this patient? : Epinephrine

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Chapter 26: Hematological Disorders
Chapter 26: Hematological Disorders
1) Which of the following statements about immunity is TRUE? : Lymphocytes are the primary cells involved in the immune response
2) Of the following, which would be the MOST likely dysfunction experienced by a patient with multiple myeloma? : Decreased blood cell production
3) In which of the following disorders are pathological fractures MOST commonly seen? : Multiple myeloma
4) Systemic activation of clotting mechanisms can result from all of the following EXCEPT: : Calcium overdose
5) You respond for a 52-year-old woman complaining of pain in her right calf. She has been relatively immobile since fracturing her ankle two weeks earlier. You should first suspect: : Deep vein thrombosis

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Chapter 23: Endocrine Disorders
Chapter 23: Endocrine Disorders
1) Which of the following is the BEST description of diabetic ketoacidosis? : Hallmark signs include polyphagia, polyuria, and polydipsia
2) Which of the following is an action of insulin? : It increases the movement of sugar from the bloodstream to the cell
3) If the blood sugar level is very high, which of the following may result? : Excessive urination, excessive thirst, and excessive hunger
4) The condition in which there is an insufficient amount of sugar in the blood is called: : Hypoglycemia
5) The homeostatic function of the endocrine system is regulated by: : Hormonal release

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Chapter 21: Cardiovascular Emergencies
Chapter 21: Cardiovascular Emergencies
1) Which of the following heart chambers pumps oxygenated blood to the body? : Left ventricle
2) Which of the following vessels has the least ability to constrict? : Aorta
3) What is the purpose of valves in the circulatory system? : Prevent the backflow of blood in the vessels
4) Which of the following is TRUE regarding the peripheral circulation? : The vessels lay closer to the surface of the body
5) Which of the following is TRUE regarding capillaries? : Red blood cells move through in single file

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Chapter 20: Respiratory Disorders
Chapter 20: Respiratory Disorders
1) In addition to pneumonia, which of the following is a complication of COPD? : Allergic reaction from beta2 medications
2) Which of the following fits the definition for acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)? : A form of non-cardiogenic pulmonary edema
3) Which of the following fits the definition for atelectasis? : A state in which the alveoli are collapsed
4) Which of the following is TRUE regarding a patient with severe respiratory distress? : Accessory muscle use increases oxygen demand during a respiratory emergency.
5) Carbon dioxide exchanged for oxygen in the alveolus in the lungs is an example of: : External respiration

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Chapter 22: Neurological Disorders

1) The part of the nervous system that extends throughout the body is called the ______ nervoussystem. : Peripheral
2) The sympathetic nervous system is also known as the ______ division. : Fight or flight
3) The division of the autonomic nervous system that is responsible for controlling vegetativefunctions is the ______ nervous system. : Parasympathetic
4) Your patient opens his eyes only when you pinch his shoulder. He has no verbal responseand withdraws from pain. His Glasgow Coma score total is: : Seven
5) A problem with the eighth cranial nerve can lead to which of the following disorders? : Vertigo

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Chapter 39: Abdominal Trauma

1) You are treating a patient with an abdominal evisceration. You should: : Do not replace the protruding organs, cover with a sterile dressing moistened with sterile saline, and an occlusive dressing
2) A patient has referred pain to her left shoulder. Which one of the following should the AEMT suspect? : Hemorrhage from the spleen
3) Ecchymosis around the umbilicus indicative of retroperitineal bleeding is referred to as: : Cullen’s sign
4) Ecchymosis around the flanks indicative of retroperitineal bleeding is referred to as: : GreyTurner’s sign
5) Referred pain to the left shoulder caused by diaphragmatic irritation, which is caused by the presence of blood and may indicate splenic injury is known as: : Kehr’s sign

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Chapter 25: Renal, Genitourinary, and Gynecological Disorders

1) Urinary tract infections (UTI) occur secondary to: : Inflammation of the urinary bladder
2) Which of the following is TRUE regarding urinary tract infections? : Women tend to get more urinary tract infections than men
3) The term for an inflammation of the female reproductive organs and genitalia usually caused by STD is: : Pelvic inflammatory disease
4) When documenting fetal development in a location other than the uterus, you would identify it as: : An ectopic pregnancy
5) Which of the following is the CORRECT treatment for a patient of sexual assault? : Treat immediate life threats, treat psychological needs, and protect criminal evidence

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Chaper 24: Gastrointestinal Disorders Quiz

1) Pain that originates in an organ, such as the intestines, is called ________ pain. : Visceral
2) Which of the following is TRUE concerning parietal pain? : It is generally localized to a particular area.
3) With the exception of the ________, MOST abdominal organs are NOT able to sense tearing sensations. : Aorta
4) Which of the following is a characteristic of referred pain? : It is felt in a location other than the organ causing it.
5) Which abdominal quadrant contains the appendix? : Right lower

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Male Reproductive System Quiz

1) What percentage of sperm is in semen : 30%- 60%
2) Sperm is produced in the: : Bladder
3) Each ejaculation contains 500-800 sperm : True
4) Sperm is the smallest cell in the body : False
5) Hypospadia is : Having a low sperm count

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BBH 451 Exam 1

1) Which of the following has 700+ remedies for the disease and the cure? : Ebers Papayrus
2) He described 600 plants by the substance and the disease it cures; known as the materia medica : Discorides
3) - Grandfather of Pharmacology- Believe the body was compose of chemicalsstressed curative powers of single agent : Aureolus Paracelus
4) What makes a drug different from any other drug? : drug= intended use to treat illness/diseasechemicals are drugs= not to help
5) Single agent vs. Multiple in the body? : Single= know most responsesMultiple= more side/untoward effects

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