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connearnest
Updated 6 months ago
________________________________________ treatment programs for substance abuse provide a planned regimen of 24-hour medically directed evaluation, care, and treatment of mental and substance related
________________________________________ treatment programs for substance abuse provide a planned regimen of 24-hour medically directed evaluation, care, and treatment of mental and substance related disorders in acute care inpatient settings, which are staffed by designated addiction-credentialed physicians, including psychiatrists.? Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
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kaycee33
Updated 6 months ago
Which of the following fire service organizational principles is described as a formal line of authority? A. Span of control B. Division of labor C. Unity of command D. Chain of command
Which of the following fire service organizational principles is described as a formal line of authority? A. Span of control B. Division of labor C. Unity of command D. Chain of command
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shieldsmafalda
Updated 6 months ago
Educational and health records are retained after a student has graduated or client has been discharged because A) Historical data must be collected by law B) We are likely to be sued and need the
Educational and health records are retained after a student has graduated or client has been discharged because A) Historical data must be collected by law B) We are likely to be sued and need the records for evidence of malpractice C) Cumulative data will help us understand the goals of occupational therapy services D) We need to examine them to learn what works in education and health care
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joany89
Updated 6 months ago
Which of the following assessments can help you identify occupational preferences based on your personality type? A. Values Inventory B. Self-Directed Search C. Myer's Briggs Type Indicator D. O*NET
Which of the following assessments can help you identify occupational preferences based on your personality type? A. Values Inventory B. Self-Directed Search C. Myer's Briggs Type Indicator D. O*NET Online E. None of the above
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turcotteamerico
Updated 6 months ago
Health care professionals are guided in their practice by A. standards B. laws C. regulations D. policies E. all of the above
Health care professionals are guided in their practice by A. standards B. laws C. regulations D. policies E. all of the above
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ralph22
Updated 6 months ago
Which of the following statements is false? A. It is an ethical obligation of occupational therapy (OT) professionals to collaborate with clients regarding their service need, provision, risk, and
Which of the following statements is false? A. It is an ethical obligation of occupational therapy (OT) professionals to collaborate with clients regarding their service need, provision, risk, and outcome. B. Systematic OT practice (SOTP) steps are similar to the OT process. C. Evidence is information used to support a claim. D. Thinking processes involve the selection of the theoretical framework to be used to assess problems and plan strategy. E. Inductive reasoning begins with a theory and re
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coralie97
Updated 6 months ago
What would contribute to the development of "new" bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) in an infant delivered at 25 weeks' gestation? a. Interruption of the canalicular stage of lung development b.
What would contribute to the development of "new" bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) in an infant delivered at 25 weeks' gestation? a. Interruption of the canalicular stage of lung development b. Transient tachypnea of the newborn (TTN) c. Low Apgar scores d. Laryngotracheobronchitis
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hansenflossie
Updated 6 months ago
Money paid out is referred to as which of the following? A) Outgoing finances B) Accounts payable C) Accounts receivable D) Incoming finances
Money paid out is referred to as which of the following? A) Outgoing finances B) Accounts payable C) Accounts receivable D) Incoming finances
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seanvon
Updated 6 months ago
Which of the following actions is NOT a common treatment modification for clients with non-acute disorders of the bladder and urinary tract? a. Position the client for comfort. b. Suggest that the
Which of the following actions is NOT a common treatment modification for clients with non-acute disorders of the bladder and urinary tract? a. Position the client for comfort. b. Suggest that the client void before massage. c. Avoid the lumbar and abdominopelvic areas. d. Apply vigorous percussion near the kidney.
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jasen85
Updated 6 months ago
What is the major objective of the Affordable Care Act? a. to reduce cost b. to provide insurance coverage c. to enhance quality d. to simplify administration
What is the major objective of the Affordable Care Act? a. to reduce cost b. to provide insurance coverage c. to enhance quality d. to simplify administration
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melvin85
Updated 6 months ago
These substances act like "carrier molecules" thaacilitate chemical reactions. A) enzymes B) ATP molecules C) DNA molecules D) glucose
These substances act like "carrier molecules" thaacilitate chemical reactions. A) enzymes B) ATP molecules C) DNA molecules D) glucose
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earl73
Updated 6 months ago
A direct blow to the lateral side of the knee will injure the MCL. Indicate whether the statement is true or false
A direct blow to the lateral side of the knee will injure the MCL. Indicate whether the statement is true or false
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zulaufsigmund
Updated 6 months ago
_______________are blood vessels found deep in the tissues. Fill in the blank with correct word.
_______________are blood vessels found deep in the tissues. Fill in the blank with correct word.
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okey11
Updated 6 months ago
In an outpatient setting, Medicare recommends using specific ________ for reevaluation. A) Assessment tools B) Evidence-based practices C) Standardized evaluations D) Outcome measures
In an outpatient setting, Medicare recommends using specific ________ for reevaluation. A) Assessment tools B) Evidence-based practices C) Standardized evaluations D) Outcome measures
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dbogisich
Updated 6 months ago
A balanced equation means that a. a reaction occurred. b. the product and reactant have disporting weights. c. an equal number of atoms for each element have been written on both sides of the arrow.
A balanced equation means that a. a reaction occurred. b. the product and reactant have disporting weights. c. an equal number of atoms for each element have been written on both sides of the arrow. d. the product and the reactant have equal molecular weights.
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jeanette65
Updated 6 months ago
"PBL" stands for: Peripheral Beam Limitation Position Beam Limitators Positive Beam Limitation Plus Beam Limitation
"PBL" stands for: Peripheral Beam Limitation Position Beam Limitators Positive Beam Limitation Plus Beam Limitation
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hodkiewiczberth
Updated 6 months ago
The paramedic should maintain a high index of suspicion of digitalis overdose because: a. Digitalis causes respiratory depression b. Digitalis is frequently abused c. Digitalis has a narrow
The paramedic should maintain a high index of suspicion of digitalis overdose because: a. Digitalis causes respiratory depression b. Digitalis is frequently abused c. Digitalis has a narrow therapeutic index d. Digitalis is commonly prescribed for bradycardia and may worsen the situation
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mabellehyatt
Updated 6 months ago
Which of the following statements best describes how chronic obstructive pulmonary disease affects the mechanics of the chest wall? a. The elastic recoil properties of the chest wall decrease. b. The
Which of the following statements best describes how chronic obstructive pulmonary disease affects the mechanics of the chest wall? a. The elastic recoil properties of the chest wall decrease. b. The resting position of the chest wall remains unchanged. c. The chest wall becomes concave. d. There is an increased zone of apposition.
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denesikdorris
Updated 6 months ago
Exchange of communication between two people describes: extroverted communication intrapersonal communication interpersonal communication introverted communication
Exchange of communication between two people describes: extroverted communication intrapersonal communication interpersonal communication introverted communication
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iswaniawski
Updated 6 months ago
A freely moveable, diarthrotic joint with space between the articulating bones that is filled with synovial fluid. What will be an ideal response?
A freely moveable, diarthrotic joint with space between the articulating bones that is filled with synovial fluid. What will be an ideal response?
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beaulah74
Updated 6 months ago
"What is your name?" is an example of a(n) ____________________ question. Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
"What is your name?" is an example of a(n) ____________________ question. Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
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earnest94
Updated 6 months ago
Following the administration of adenosine, the paramedic should be aware that: a. The patient may be hypotensive and hypovolemic b. The patient will require a drip infusion c. The patient may
Following the administration of adenosine, the paramedic should be aware that: a. The patient may be hypotensive and hypovolemic b. The patient will require a drip infusion c. The patient may experience arrhythmias including transient asystole d. Sympathomimetics may be necessary to counteract the long-term effects of adenosine
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fmckenzie
Updated 6 months ago
The MOST dramatic life-threatening symptom of right heart failure is pulmonary edema. Acute pulmonary edema is the result of rapid accumulation of fluid in the lungs. A. The first statement is true;
The MOST dramatic life-threatening symptom of right heart failure is pulmonary edema. Acute pulmonary edema is the result of rapid accumulation of fluid in the lungs. A. The first statement is true; the second statement is false. B. The first statement is false; the second statement is true. C. Both statements are true. D. Both statements are false.
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randallheaney
Updated 6 months ago
____________________is a system in which a portion of the sale price of every pig goes to the National Pork Board to promote and improve the pork industry. Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
____________________is a system in which a portion of the sale price of every pig goes to the National Pork Board to promote and improve the pork industry. Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
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nreynolds
Updated 6 months ago
"Readily retrievable" means A substance is considered to be defective Separated from the normal business record, or easily identifiable by an asterisk and a red line Provided by the FDA Identifiable
"Readily retrievable" means A substance is considered to be defective Separated from the normal business record, or easily identifiable by an asterisk and a red line Provided by the FDA Identifiable via an NDC number
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ziemecamron
Updated 6 months ago
Smoke control means the use of: A) fire equipment to ventilate the building. B) mechanical equipment to produce pressure differences across smoke barriers. C) fire equipment to eliminate pressure
Smoke control means the use of: A) fire equipment to ventilate the building. B) mechanical equipment to produce pressure differences across smoke barriers. C) fire equipment to eliminate pressure differences across smoke barriers. D) mechanical equipment to eliminate pressure differences across smoke barriers.
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okonjimmy
Updated 6 months ago
Clinical factors that potentiate neuromuscular blockade include 1. acidosis. 2. hyponatremia. 3. hypocalcemia. 4. hypokalemia. 5. hypothermia. a. 2 and 3 only b. 2, 3, and 4 only c. 1, 2, 3, and 4
Clinical factors that potentiate neuromuscular blockade include 1. acidosis. 2. hyponatremia. 3. hypocalcemia. 4. hypokalemia. 5. hypothermia. a. 2 and 3 only b. 2, 3, and 4 only c. 1, 2, 3, and 4 only d. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5
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flatleydestany
Updated 6 months ago
Success in business depends on establishing a(n) ____, then providing the service or product to fit that need. a. need c. strategy b. image d. none of the above
Success in business depends on establishing a(n) ____, then providing the service or product to fit that need. a. need c. strategy b. image d. none of the above
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millerdora
Updated 6 months ago
If a claim is denied because pre-certification is not obtained: A) the ordering physician is responsible for the charges. B) either the patient or the ordering physician is responsible for the
If a claim is denied because pre-certification is not obtained: A) the ordering physician is responsible for the charges. B) either the patient or the ordering physician is responsible for the charges. C) no charges apply. D) the patient is responsible for the charges.
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vallieabbott
Updated 6 months ago
Emma has heard from some of the employees at the office that they are not paid as much as other medical assistants at other specialty offices; however, the benefits are outstanding. Emma wants to
Emma has heard from some of the employees at the office that they are not paid as much as other medical assistants at other specialty offices; however, the benefits are outstanding. Emma wants to discuss this with Elaine but is not sure how to address the issue tactfully. What should Emma do?
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lindsayrice
Updated 6 months ago
Third-party payers may deny payment for occupational therapy services because the payer does not believe that occupational therapy is medically necessary, or for a technical reason such as A) Using
Third-party payers may deny payment for occupational therapy services because the payer does not believe that occupational therapy is medically necessary, or for a technical reason such as A) Using jargon the payer does not understand B) Not including the correct dates of service on the billing form C) Not writing progress notes in proper SOAP format D) Documenting progress that is not supported by the evidence
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hauckantonetta
Updated 6 months ago
________________ publishes a list of abbreviations that should never be used. Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
________________ publishes a list of abbreviations that should never be used. Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
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msteuber
Updated 6 months ago
Describe the procedure used to tip a sheep
Describe the procedure used to tip a sheep
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kihnnelson
Updated 6 months ago
All the following will result in histogram analysis errors except a. unusual pathologic conditions. b. poor positioning. c. motion. d. alignment of the anatomic part with the IR.
All the following will result in histogram analysis errors except a. unusual pathologic conditions. b. poor positioning. c. motion. d. alignment of the anatomic part with the IR.
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annabell94
Updated 6 months ago
In the source-filter theory of speech production, A) the oral cavity is the source and the nasal cavity provides the filter. B) the vibrating vocal folds are the source and the oral/nasal cavities
In the source-filter theory of speech production, A) the oral cavity is the source and the nasal cavity provides the filter. B) the vibrating vocal folds are the source and the oral/nasal cavities provide the filter. C) the respiratory system is the source and the articulatory/resonatory system provides the filter. D) none of the above.
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felicita06
Updated 6 months ago
Complications of restraint include: A) seizure-like activity and a spike in blood glucose levels. B) dyspnea and hyperthermia. C) hypothermia and episodic breathing. D) exophthalmia and piloerection.
Complications of restraint include: A) seizure-like activity and a spike in blood glucose levels. B) dyspnea and hyperthermia. C) hypothermia and episodic breathing. D) exophthalmia and piloerection.
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vhamill
Updated 6 months ago
Which of the following is not part of the endocrine system? A) thyroid gland B) pituitary gland C) sweat gland D) adrenal gland
Which of the following is not part of the endocrine system? A) thyroid gland B) pituitary gland C) sweat gland D) adrenal gland
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jacobsonalford
Updated 6 months ago
A carrier is a type of pathogen. Indicate whether the statement is true or false
A carrier is a type of pathogen. Indicate whether the statement is true or false
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boganlarry
Updated 6 months ago
Which of the following statements regarding the quality control tests used on concrete is MOST accurate? A) If concrete is unsatisfactory, it will not settle during the slump test. B) The sag test
Which of the following statements regarding the quality control tests used on concrete is MOST accurate? A) If concrete is unsatisfactory, it will not settle during the slump test. B) The sag test checks the amount of aggregate in the cement. C) The compression test is very costly if the results are unsatisfactory. D) The density test is preferred over the slump test because of its convenience.
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znikolaus
Updated 6 months ago
It is acceptable to flash instruments if you are in a hurry and don't want to delay a case. Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
It is acceptable to flash instruments if you are in a hurry and don't want to delay a case. Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
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murphyvella
Updated 6 months ago
The ____________________ hemisphere appears to be specialized for the process of analysis, favoring discrete, sequential, rapidly changing information. Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
The ____________________ hemisphere appears to be specialized for the process of analysis, favoring discrete, sequential, rapidly changing information. Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
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willtheresa
Updated 6 months ago
The articulatory subsystem provides which of the following? A) The voiced source for vowels B) The system of neural commands for phonation and resonation C) The acoustic filter system for speech
The articulatory subsystem provides which of the following? A) The voiced source for vowels B) The system of neural commands for phonation and resonation C) The acoustic filter system for speech production D) None of the above
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qberge
Updated 6 months ago
The cornea, which is located at the front of the eye, may become the site of lesions or abrasions. Signs and symptoms include __________. a. dry eye b. difficulty recognizing colors c. blurred vision
The cornea, which is located at the front of the eye, may become the site of lesions or abrasions. Signs and symptoms include __________. a. dry eye b. difficulty recognizing colors c. blurred vision d. sensitivity to darkness
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sharon01
Updated 6 months ago
Which of the following methods of drug delivery are commonly considered parenteral? 1. Intravenous 2. Intramuscular 3. Paste 4. Aerosol a. 1 and 4 only b. 1 and 2 only c. 3 and 4 only d. 1, 2, 3, and
Which of the following methods of drug delivery are commonly considered parenteral? 1. Intravenous 2. Intramuscular 3. Paste 4. Aerosol a. 1 and 4 only b. 1 and 2 only c. 3 and 4 only d. 1, 2, 3, and 4
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ynikolaus
Updated 6 months ago
Stratum lucidum is found throughout the body. Indicate whether the statement is true or false
Stratum lucidum is found throughout the body. Indicate whether the statement is true or false
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aimee89
Updated 6 months ago
Supplying fluid, electrolytes, and organic substances to cells to maintain electrical activity and transport of materials in and out of the cells is a physiological response of ___________. A.
Supplying fluid, electrolytes, and organic substances to cells to maintain electrical activity and transport of materials in and out of the cells is a physiological response of ___________. A. thermoregulation C. attrition B. mutation D. nutrition
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ubaldogreenfeld
Updated 6 months ago
Any tissue or foreign object removed from the patient during surgery requires careful handling and ____________. A. information C. evidence B. diagnosis D. documentation
Any tissue or foreign object removed from the patient during surgery requires careful handling and ____________. A. information C. evidence B. diagnosis D. documentation
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tyree75
Updated 6 months ago
Which is the area of philosophy that deals with how knowledge is gained?? A) aesthetics B) metaphysics C) ethics D) epistemology
Which is the area of philosophy that deals with how knowledge is gained?? A) aesthetics B) metaphysics C) ethics D) epistemology
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claudia42
Updated 6 months ago
What is the causative mechanism and the structure(s) involved in "tennis elbow"? What will be an ideal response?
What is the causative mechanism and the structure(s) involved in "tennis elbow"? What will be an ideal response?
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hayesjamil
Updated 6 months ago
In which section of the grant proposal will you describe, in a narrative format, the space, equipment, and supplies needed? A) Needs statement B) Implementation plan C) Budget D) Dissemination plan
In which section of the grant proposal will you describe, in a narrative format, the space, equipment, and supplies needed? A) Needs statement B) Implementation plan C) Budget D) Dissemination plan
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