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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. fraud
  2. federal laws
  3. pre-hypertension
  4. invasion of privacy
  5. What are the normal Vital Signs
  1. a EMTALA: prevents patients from being "shuffled" to another facility because of their inability to pay.
    HIPPA: Guidelines that you can follow in the medical office to assure patient privacy.
    PSDA: pt rights to make decisions regarding own healthcare by living will or power of attorney
    ADA: protection against discrimination of individuals with disabilities
  2. b Blood pressure: 120/80
    Pulse: normal healthy heart 60-100bpm Average 70-80bpm
    Respiration: 12-20
  3. c with holding information
  4. d 120-139systolic / 80-89 diastolic
  5. e breach confidentiality

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. false communication to a third person
  2. P-Provocative Q- Quality R-Region S-Severity, T-Timing
  3. oral defamatory statements
  4. performing a procedure without consent
  5. observable and measurable: vomit, pale skin

5 True/False questions

  1. Factors affecting non-verbal communication: facialvocabulary, clarity, humor, tone,


  2. Identify ways to minimize the risk of malpractice• Documentation
    • Attend to safety
    • Obtain informed consents
    • 5 rights: right person, amount, time, route, medication


  3. complication of immobilitybreach confidentiality


  4. Therapeutic communication:• Pre-interaction phase
    • Orientation phase
    • Working phase
    • Termination phase


  5. Physical assessment nutritional imbalance• Changes in blood glucose, hemoglobin, protein levels