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(V2.U1)
1. Rest is included in which basic human need category?
Physiological
(V2.U1)
2. A toddler is expected to weigh four times the birth weight at age
24 Months
(V2.U1)
3. The preschool stage of life begins at which age?
3 years
(V2.U1)
4. A risk factor for heart disease that cannot be controlled is
Heredity
(V2.U1)
5. Which of the following is most likely to be a part of a work site welllness program?
Blood Pressure Screenings
(V2.U1)
6. What is the body's most necessary nutrient?
Water
(V2.U1)
7. Bland diets are given to patients who have
Gallbladder Disorders
(V2.U1)
8. Which food is not permitted for a patient who is on a low fat diet?
Fried Fish
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9. When talking with a patient regarding personal concerns, it is important for the medic to ....
Refer the patient's concerns to the provider in a timely manner
(V2.U2)
10. What statement defines the anatomical term lateral?
Away from the midline of the body or body part
(V2.U2)
11. A line projecting at right angles to to the plane of motion best describes..
axis of joint rotation
(V2.U2)
12. Moving the forearm toward the head by bending the elbow (as in doing a curl with a weight) is an example of
flexion
(V2.U2)
13. Which prefix is used to make the gram smaller?
Centi
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14. Five dL
.5 l
(V2.U3)
15. Where is the greatest barometric pressure pressure found?
Troposhpere
(V2.U3)
16. At what altitude is density of the atmosphere the greatest?
Sea Level
(V2.U3)
17. As altitude increases, barometric pressure will
Decrease
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18. The physiological significance of Boyles law is
it explains the effects of altitude on the middle ear, sinuses and G.I. tract
(V2.U3)
19. What gas law explains altitude-induced decompression sickness?
Henry's Law
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20. What is the main contributing factor to inflight noise?
Air Rushing over the fuselage
(V2.U3)
21. The best description of inflight noise is it ...
increases with airspeed and decreases with altitude
(V2.U3)
22. Special diet control is important to many aircrew members because it ..
reduces the incidence of gas pains
(V2.U3)
23. What causes an aircrew member's circadian rhythm to be affected on a cross-country flight?
Crossing of time zones
(V2.U3)
24. What does the "B" stand for under the "BICEPS" approach to treating patients who suffer from combat fatigue>
Brevity
(V2.U3)
25. Extreme blood loss will lead to what type of hypoxia?
Hypemic
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26. The cardiovascular and respiratory systems may compensate for hypoxia at altitudes up to how many feet?
10,000
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27. Hyperventilation is best described as a condition in which respiratory rates...
increase, causing an excessive loss of carbon dioxide
(V2.U3)
28. Which cause of hyperventilation is characterized by the reversing of your breathing cycle?
Pressure Breathing
(V2.U3)
29. What is the most effective treatment for hyperventilation?
Reducing the rate and depth of breathing
(V2.U3)
30. Hypoxia is most frequently caused by...
Equipment malfunction
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31. The initial condition leading to decompression sickness is the ....
sudden reduction in pressure applied to the body
(V2.U3)
32. Which of the following is not a factor of decompression sickness?
Rate of descent
(V2.U3)
33. What are the usual sites for bends pain?
Shoulders, Elbows, knees and ankles
(V2.U3)
34. What is the best metthod for treating the chokes?
Immediate descent to ground level
(V2.U3)
35. What key symptom differentiates chokes and false chokes?
Sharp substernal pain
(V2.U3)
36. The skin symptoms of decompression sickness, such as a skin rash , are believed to be caused by bubbles evolving..
under the skin
(V2.U3)
37. What process can protect an aircrew member against decompression sickness?
Denitrogenation
(V2.U3)
38. What is the best way to administer oxygen while treating decompression sickness?
Aviator's Mask
(V2.U3)
What is the maximum flying altititude for unpressurized aircraft when transporting a patient suffering from decompression sickness
1000 feet
(V2.U3)
40. In what direction are negative G forces applied?
Foot-to-head
(V2.U3)
41. What presents the primary source of damage associated with negative G forces?
Hemmorhage within the eye
(V2.U3)
42. The anti-G suit increases the human tolerance of G forces by applying external
counter pressure below heart level
(V2.U3)
43. Which of the senses of orientation is considered to be reliable in flight?
Visual
(V2.U3)
44. A vestibular input of rotation in the opposite direction of the original rotation is a characteristic of which sensory illusion
Graveyard Spin
(V2.U4.)
45. Who owns the health record.
The U.S. Goverment
(V2.U4.)
46. What must occur to ensure health records are maintained according to Air Force and JCAHO standards
MTF Reviews
(V2.U4.)
47. Into how many sections is the outpatient record divided?
Four
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48. In which section of the outpatient record is every completed SF 600 filed?
2
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49. Which method of health record documentation is used to chronologically document the entire patient care process?
OONDS
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50. The various components of the POMR include ..
database, problem list, care plan, and progress notes
D/PL/CP/PN
(V2.U4.)
51. IMR status green means the IMR requirements are ..
met and current
(V2.U4.)
52. How often is the DNA lab test required and recorded in the PIMR database..
Once
(V2.U4.)
53. The minimum recommended examinations that an individual needs are based on the ..
clinical preventive service guide
(V2.U4.)
54. The final review of the PHA is acccomplished by the..
primary care manager
(V2.U4.)
Care extender protocols are developed as an overprint by utilizing...
Standard Form 600