Most patients with an infectious disease will have _________. Select one: A. a fever B. abdominal pain C. a low blood glucose level D. seizures

Most patients with an infectious disease will have _________.

Select one:
A. a fever
B. abdominal pain
C. a low blood glucose level
D. seizures

It is especially important to assess pulse, sensation, and movement in all extremities as well as pupillary reactions in patients with a suspected ___________ problem. Select one: A. cardiac B. endocrine C. respiratory D. neurologic

It is especially important to assess pulse, sensation, and movement in all extremities as well as pupillary reactions in patients with a suspected ___________ problem.

Select one:
A. cardiac
B. endocrine
C. respiratory
D. neurologic

In which of the following situations would it be MOST appropriate to utilize an air medical transportation service? Select one: A. 50-year-old conscious woman with severe nausea and vomiting, fever, and chills of 3 days’ duration B. 29-year-old woman who is 18 weeks pregnant, has light vaginal bleeding, and stable vital signs C. 43-year-old man experiencing a heart attack, and the closest appropriate hospital is 15 minutes away D. 61-year-old man with signs and symptoms of a stroke and a ground transport time of 50 minutes

In which of the following situations would it be MOST appropriate to utilize an air medical transportation service?

Select one:
A. 50-year-old conscious woman with severe nausea and vomiting, fever, and chills of 3 days’ duration
B. 29-year-old woman who is 18 weeks pregnant, has light vaginal bleeding, and stable vital signs
C. 43-year-old man experiencing a heart attack, and the closest appropriate hospital is 15 minutes away
D. 61-year-old man with signs and symptoms of a stroke and a ground transport time of 50 minutes

Hepatitis B is more virulent than hepatitis C, which means that it: Select one: A. leads to chronic infection after exposure. B. is less resistant to treatment. C. is a more contagious type of disease. D. has a greater ability to produce disease.

Hepatitis B is more virulent than hepatitis C, which means that it:

Select one:
A. leads to chronic infection after exposure.
B. is less resistant to treatment.
C. is a more contagious type of disease.
D. has a greater ability to produce disease.

Hepatitis B is more virulent than hepatitis C, which means that it: Select one: A. leads to chronic infection after exposure. B. is less resistant to treatment. C. is a more contagious type of disease. D. has a greater ability to produce disease.

Hepatitis B is more virulent than hepatitis C, which means that it:

Select one:
A. leads to chronic infection after exposure.
B. is less resistant to treatment.
C. is a more contagious type of disease.
D. has a greater ability to produce disease.

Assessment of the medical patient is usually focused on the _________. Select one: A. field diagnosis B. associated symptoms C. nature of illness D. medical history

Assessment of the medical patient is usually focused on the _________.

Select one:
A. field diagnosis
B. associated symptoms
C. nature of illness
D. medical history

An infectious disease is MOST accurately defined as: Select one: A. any disease that enters the body via the bloodstream and renders the immune system nonfunctional. B. a disease that can be spread from one person or species to another through a number of mechanisms. C. the invasion of the human body by a bacterium that cannot be destroyed by antibiotics or other drugs. D. a medical condition caused by the growth and spread of small, harmful organisms within the body.

An infectious disease is MOST accurately defined as:

Select one:
A. any disease that enters the body via the bloodstream and renders the immune system nonfunctional.
B. a disease that can be spread from one person or species to another through a number of mechanisms.
C. the invasion of the human body by a bacterium that cannot be destroyed by antibiotics or other drugs.
D. a medical condition caused by the growth and spread of small, harmful organisms within the body.

After sizing up the scene of a patient with a possible infectious disease, your next priority should be to: Select one: A. notify law enforcement. B. contact medical control. C. take standard precautions. D. quickly access the patient.

After sizing up the scene of a patient with a possible infectious disease, your next priority should be to:

Select one:
A. notify law enforcement.
B. contact medical control.
C. take standard precautions.
D. quickly access the patient.

Ten days after treating a 34-year-old patient with tuberculosis, you are given a tuberculin skin test, which yields a positive result. This MOST likely indicates that: Select one: A. you are actively infected with tuberculosis and should be treated immediately. B. you were exposed to another infected person prior to treating the 34-year-old patient. C. the disease is dormant in your body, but will probably never cause symptoms. D. you contracted the disease by casual contact instead of exposure to secretions.

On a typical day, the point of highest relative humidity is associated with———– a. the time of the highest temperature b. solar moon c. the time of the lowest temperature d. dusk

On a typical day, the point of highest relative humidity is associated with———–
a. the time of the highest temperature
b. solar moon
c. the time of the lowest temperature
d. dusk