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Health Final Quiz

1) What is a combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being : health
2) What is an overall state of well-being or total health? : wellness
3) What is a person's capacity to learn about and understand basic health information and services and use the resources to promote their health and wellness? : Health Literacy
4) What is the exchange of thoughts, feeling, and beliefs between two or more people ? : Interpersonal Communication
5) What are people of the same age who share similar interests? : Peers

Created on May 31, 2013 by
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Mia Antinone
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C.R.S

1) WHY DID CAIN KILL ABEL? : cain killed abel cause his own gift was no accepted by god
2) who killed uriah? : david
3) what happened to david first child that he had with bethsheba? : he died
4) what is a parable? : this is an earthly story with heavenly meaning
5) the sin of adam and eve was the sin of : disobedience

Created on May 09, 2013 by
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grace enike
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Personal Health 101 Quiz

1) Cardio means heart. : True
2) Vascular means veins & nerves. : True
3) What is the most common cancer in children? : Breast cancer
4) What is the process of arteries becoming clogged? : Atherosclerosis
5) What is a heart attack? : Cell death of the heart from a lack of oxygen.

Created on May 01, 2013 by
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Shyleen Shawn
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Personal Health
Quiz for Personal Health Final Exam
1) What does cardio mean? : Veins

Created on May 01, 2013 by
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Jason
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Star Quiz
Quiz about science and Technology, computer science, physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, history and geography, health science, game and bollywood
1) What is the average value of acceleration due to gravity g on the earth surface? : 9.8 m/s2

Created on April 28, 2013 by
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Rahul Raz
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Chapter 37: Head Trauma
Chapter 37: Head Trauma
1) As you are examining a victim involved in a motor vehicle collision, you note the presence of a clear fluid draining from the nose. You suspect this is: : Cerebrospinal fluid
2) Your patient had a sudden deceleration injury and struck the windshield with his head. As a result of the sudden stoppage, you suspect that the patient has suffered a(n): : Coup-contrecoup injury
3) An injury that occurs as a result of bleeding intracranially is: : A subdural hematoma.
4) Cushing’s triad involves: : Bradycardia, hypertension, and irregular respirations
5) A male soccer player was struck in the head with a soccer ball. Players state that he was dazed for several seconds following the impact and then asked the same questions over and over. Presently, he is conscious and oriented to person, but confused to place and time. He also has a reddened area to the side of his head and face. As you proceed with your assessment, his memory continues to improve. Based on these findings, the AEMT should suspect which one of the following injuries? : Concussion

Created on April 16, 2013 by
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Larry French
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Chapter 30: Disorders of the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Quiz
Chapter 30: Disorders of the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat
1) All of the following are symptoms of otitis media EXCEPT ________. : Sinus infection
2) A chronic disease of the inner ear marked by a recurring syndrome of vertigo, tinnitus, and progressive hearing loss is called ________. : Meniere disease
3) An inflammation of the thin, transparent membrane covering the visible portion of the sclera and lining the inside of the eyelids results in ________. : Conjunctivitis
4) A patient complaining of eye pain informs you that he was diagnosed with a corneal abrasion three days ago. He called 911 today because the discomfort has not yet gone away and he desires medical attention. Based on this information, which of the following is TRUE? : The clear structure that covers the pupil has been damaged
5) A patient who was hit in the face with a cloud of dust while working in an industrial setting is complaining of pain and discomfort to his left eye. While performing your secondary assessment on the eye, you note some redness to the globe but do not see any obvious foreign object. The most appropriate care you can provide to this patient would be: : Covering both eyes with a bandage

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Larry French
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Chapter 35: Soft Tissue Injuries and Burns
Chapter 35: Soft Tissue Injuries and Burns
1) Your patient who has been involved in a flash fire tells you he was working on a small engine when volatile chemicals ignited and burned him. He has burned facial hair, and you suspect inhalation injury. Considering their depth, you would classify his burns as: : Partial-thickness
2) A patient has cut his arm with a table saw. Assessment reveals dark red blood flowing steadily from the wound. As an AEMT, you should recognize this as what type of bleeding? : Venous
3) While responding to a domestic emergency with possible injuries, the dispatcher informs you that the police on-scene report a male patient knife cut and arterial bleeding. Given this information, which one of the following do you expect? : Bright red blood that is spurting with each beat of the heart
4) Despite the visual appearance of soft-tissue injuries like burns, it is important that the AEMT: : Be aware of other potential lifethreats
5) Puncture wounds have a high risk of: : Infection

Created on April 16, 2013 by
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Larry French
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Sauerstoff Kosmetik
The quiz is about the Sauerstoff Kosmetik products and the main natural ingredients it contains. The main ingredients include aloe vera.
1) Is aloe vera the main natural ingredient in the Sauerstoff Kosmetik products? : True

Created on April 12, 2013 by
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Jazz White
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Chapter 29: Musculoskeletal Disorders
Chapter 29: Musculoskeletal Disorders
1) Of the layers of the skin, which has NO direct blood supply? : Epidermis
2) The neurotransmitter ________ is responsible for contraction of the muscle. : acetylcholine
3) A test may be run to check for creatine phosphokinase in the blood. This test measures: : muscle damage
4) A common complaint from patients who are immobile is/are: : decubitus ulcers
5) All of the following are TRUE regarding myoglobin EXCEPT? : It is toxic to the liver and pancreas

Created on April 07, 2013 by
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Larry French
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Chapter 40: Spinal Injuries
Chapter 40: Spinal Injuries
1) A common injury referred to as “whiplash” involves: : Hyperextension and hyperflexion
2) When performing the secondary assessment, which one of the following signs is MOST suggestive of a spinal-cord injury? : Persistent penile erection
3) You have been called for a patient with extreme back pain. When you are obtaining a medical history, from the patient, he tells you that he has a history of damaged disks in his vertebrae. As a knowledgeable AEMT, you should recognize that: : Fibrous structures between the vertebrae have been injured
4) An EMR reports that a patient has bruising to the lumbar area of the back. Based on this statement, the AEMT should expect to find bruising in which area? : Lower back
5) Which one of the following is the MOST commonly injured area of the spinal cord? : Cervical spine

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Larry French
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Chapter 38: Thoracic Trauma
Chapter 38: Thoracic Trauma
1) A flail segment occurs when: : Two or more ribs are broken in two or more places.
2) Which of the following statements about flail segments is FALSE? : Ventilation is sufficient if only two ribs are involved in the flail segment
3) 3. A patient with a history of COPD experiences a sudden onset of sharp chest pain. Your exam reveals an anxious patient who is breathing rapidly, and has diminished breath sounds to the left lower lobe of the lung and midline trachea. The patient has MOST likely experienced a: : Simple pnuemothorax
4) 4. Air accumulation in the thorax that causes displacement of the mediastinum will result in a condition known as: : Tension pnuemothorax
5) As you are treating a patient who has had blunt trauma to the chest, during transport, oxygen saturation is falling and the patient is experiencing hemoptysis. Lung sounds are clear and equal bilaterally, but diminished due to painful breathing. You suspect: : Pulmonary contusion

Created on April 01, 2013 by
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Larry French
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