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5 Matching questions

  1. In a case of professional negligence, all of the following are required to support a claim of res ipsa loquitur except:
  2. Compared with the systemic circulation, pressure in the normal pulmonary circulation is:
  3. HIPAA primarily is referred to as the Privacy Rule and is concerned with PHI. What do the letters PHI stand for?
  4. Which of the following is an example of indirect contact transmission involving fomites?
  5. Which of the following statements correctly describe(s) gases?
  1. a Evidence must exist to show that the defendant acted with malfeasance or intent.
  2. b protected health information
  3. c I. Gases exhibit the phenomenon of flow.
    II. Molecular forces of attraction are minimal.
    III. Gases are easily compressible.
    IV. Gases expand to fill their container.

    1. I and II
    2. I, II, III, and IV ***
    3. II, III, and IV
    4. I, II, and III
  4. d 1. higher
    2. lower ***
    3. the same
  5. e use of a dirty nebulizer on another patient

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Increased bronchial arterial flow to the area
  2. rate ´ SV
  3. 5%
  4. patient's right to privacy
  5. increase in the area of the volume-pressure curve

5 True/False questions

  1. Why is the left lung narrower than the right lung?There is upward pressure of the abdominal contents.


  2. What is the water vapor pressure of saturated gas at normal body temperature (37°C)?47.0 mm Hg


  3. HIPAA was established in 1996 to set standards related to sharing confidential health history information about patients. What does the letter "P" stand for?1 to 2 cm


  4. How can the body effectively compensate for an increased VDphy?from the alveolar gases


  5. Which of the following properties of gases distinguish them from liquids—that is, are unique to the gaseous phase of matter?I. Gases fill the available space.
    II. Gases exhibit viscosity.
    III. Gases exert pressure.
    IV. Gases are readily compressed.
    V. Gases are capable of flow.

    1. I and IV
    2. I, III, and IV ***
    3. II, III, and IV
    4. II, III, IV, and V