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Test Questions 243 - 264
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243.) When treating or assisting a doctor with an animal's abscess wound, it is important to:
All of these (Wear disposable gloves. Disinfect the treatment counter thoroughly. Wash and disinfect all instruments used.)
244.) A veterinarian is paid $53,291 per year. After a raise, her yearly salary increases to $56,509. What was the amount of her raise?
245.) Immunity is defined as:
Having a resistance to a disease due to the formation of antibodies.
246.) The abomasum is:
The fourth compartment of the ruminant stomach.
247.) Which of the following is NOT one of the nutrients that should be included in pet food?
248.) The average pulse (beats/min) and respiration (breaths/min) for a horse is
249.) The function of the cecum is to:
Aide in the digestion of fibrous materials.
250.) A sheep has a temperature of 102.5^0 F. This is:
251.) The order is 0.5 mg of Centrine, and 0.2 mg tablets are on hand. How many tablets will be administered?
252.) Cole has been asked to clean the front waiting area of the clinic. With regard to the types of sanitation, which of these best describes "cleaning"?
Physically removing all visible signs of dirt and organic matter such as feces, hair, etc.
253.) A microbiologist notes that the average length of a bacterium is 1/1000 micrometer (mcm). Viruses range in size from 1/2500 to 1500 mcm. How much longer is a bacterium than the smallest virus in mcm?
254.) Proper protective equipment (PPE) sometimes includes a dosimeter. This is:
A device that measures the amount of radiation someone is exposed to when performing radiology.
255.) Annie is helping to examine a patient. She is instructed to take the temperature, pulse, and respiration, which is a crucial part of a physical exam. Which of the following factors does not affect TPR?
256.) Kyra, a 7-year-old, F/S mixed breed dog (107 lb) is presented to the clinic with signs of increases vocalization and urine leaking. She does not appear to be PU/PD (increased urination/increased drinking) or having accidents due to lack of training. She usually leaks urine after she has lain down (her bed is damp). The U/A (urinalysis) is WNL as the PE. Scout radiographs of the urinary bladder are unremarkable. Based on her history and pattern of urine leaking, the vet determines that she might have estrogen responsiveness incontinence. She is prescribed DES (diethylstilbestrol) at a dosage of 1 mg po side for 3 days, followed by maintenance therapy for 1 mg po per week. DES comes in 1-mg and 5-mg tablets. How many tablets does this dog receive for the first three days?
257.) The feline's first line of defense is:
258.) The term that means of, or relating to dogs:
259.) An orchiectomy:
Removal of the testes
260.) Fran is doing research on pathogens. A pathogen is:
A microorganism that produces disease.
261.) Lauren is bandaging Bruce, a four year old horse.
Leg bandages on horses are started on the _________ part of the leg and wrapped toward the back.
262.) Carbohydrates contain or include:
263.) Fenbendazole (10% suspension) is an antiparasitic drug used in the treatment of whipworm, roundworms, hookworms, and some species of tapeworms. For dogs the dosage is 50 mg/kg P.O. for 3 days. How many mls would you give a dog that weighs 50 lbs?
264.) All of the following are examples of safety equipment, except _________.
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