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Clinical Procedures 1: Instruments
Scalpels
Operating scissors
Operating scissors: straight/ blunt-bl…
Operating scissors: sharp-sharp
*Small, straight surgical knife consisting of a handle and th…
Cutting instruments that have ring handles, straight or curve…
To cut through tissue, both ends rounded
To cut through tissue, both ends pointed
Scalpels
*Small, straight surgical knife consisting of a handle and th…
Operating scissors
Cutting instruments that have ring handles, straight or curve…
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Clinical Procedures 1 for MA
Microorganism
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Aerobe
Cause of all infections
Food sources: inorganic (non-carbon) or non-living substances…
Food sources: organic (carbon) or living substances (most com…
Needs oxygen to survive
Microorganism
Cause of all infections
Autotroph
Food sources: inorganic (non-carbon) or non-living substances…
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Clinical Procedures 1- Positions
Dorsal Recumbent position
Dorsal Recumbent Position
Lithotomy Position
Lithotomy Position
-Rectal Exam... -Vaginal Exam (bi-manual)... -When patient experien…
-Gynecological exam ... -Feet are in stirrups
Dorsal Recumbent position
Dorsal Recumbent Position
-Rectal Exam... -Vaginal Exam (bi-manual)... -When patient experien…
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Clinical Procedures 1
How many valves are there in the heart
What are the three layers of the hear
Which layer is the epicardium
Which layer is the myocardium
4
Epicardium, myocardium, and endocardium
The external
It is the cardiac muscle
How many valves are there in the heart
4
What are the three layers of the hear
Epicardium, myocardium, and endocardium
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Clinical Procedures Week 1
opthalmoscope
sphygmomanometer
emergency situations
nocturia
examines eyes
measures blood pressure
include difficulty breathing, chest pain, paralysis, slurring…
urinating at night (bedwetting)
opthalmoscope
examines eyes
sphygmomanometer
measures blood pressure
Clinical Procedures Exam 1
Examples of Thermal Agents
Examples of Mechanical Agents
Examples of Electromagnetic Modalities
Exmaples of an Acoustic Energy Modality
hot packs, Parafin, ice and cold packs
traction, compression, hydrotherapy
electrotherapy, diathermy, laser, and light
ultrasound
Examples of Thermal Agents
hot packs, Parafin, ice and cold packs
Examples of Mechanical Agents
traction, compression, hydrotherapy
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Clinical Skills and Procedures 1
1. Patients must have the capacity and…
c. a 65 y.o. female
Surrogates, legal guardians, health ca…
Procedure... Alternatives... Risks... Questions
What are the 3 conditions that must be met for informed conse…
Who is likely to have the capacity and competence to make an…
Name 3 people that can make decisions on behalf of patients t…
What 4 elements are required to inform a patient?
1. Patients must have the capacity and…
What are the 3 conditions that must be met for informed conse…
c. a 65 y.o. female
Who is likely to have the capacity and competence to make an…
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Clinical Procedures Exam 1
What does EBP stand for?
what are the steps for EBP?
what is the goal of EBP?
SLP as Researcher
evidence based practice
1. framing clinical problems... 2. find evidence... 3. assess evide…
integration of... 1. clinical expertise/opinion... 2. external scie…
-all clinical work is research... -EBP as guide... -integration of…
What does EBP stand for?
evidence based practice
what are the steps for EBP?
1. framing clinical problems... 2. find evidence... 3. assess evide…
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Clinical Procedures Exam 1
Dog Systolic Blood Pressure (SBP)
Dog Diastolic Blood Pressure (DBP)
Dog Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP)
Cat Systolic Blood Pressure (SBP)
90-140
50-80
60-100
80-140
Dog Systolic Blood Pressure (SBP)
90-140
Dog Diastolic Blood Pressure (DBP)
50-80
Clinical Procedures Ch 1
True or False... The medical record is a…
True or False... the purpose of the progr…
True or False... The patient registration…
True or False... All OTC medications take…
true
true
false
true
True or False... The medical record is a…
true
True or False... the purpose of the progr…
true
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Clinical Procedures Quiz 1
You are working with a child on proble…
You obtained 100 clinical hours during…
You spent 2 hours writing a report aft…
T/F: In order to supervise you as a gr…
cognitive aspects of communication
50 of them
no time can be logged; must be direct
TRUE
You are working with a child on proble…
cognitive aspects of communication
You obtained 100 clinical hours during…
50 of them
Clinical Office Procedures Ch 1
True or False... The medical record is a…
True or False... the purpose of the progr…
True or False... The patient registration…
True or False... All OTC medications take…
true
true
false
true
True or False... The medical record is a…
true
True or False... the purpose of the progr…
true
clinical procedures exam 1
a routine pap smear is performed to ru…
name the blood test that might be perf…
Name the gland that is located just be…
Define Alzheimer disease, macular dege…
detect abnormal atypical cells of cervix that could lead to c…
fecal occult blood test... - 2-4 ng/ml ... --sigmiodoscopy, colonos…
prostate gland... -secretes fluids that transports sperm
degenerative diease that affects the cortex of the brain and…
a routine pap smear is performed to ru…
detect abnormal atypical cells of cervix that could lead to c…
name the blood test that might be perf…
fecal occult blood test... - 2-4 ng/ml ... --sigmiodoscopy, colonos…
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Equine clinical procedures 1
Venous sampling
Arterial blood sampling
Arteries are more prone to development…
After needle withdrawal from an artery…
jugular vein... cephalic vein... lateral thoracic vein... saphenous ve…
transverse facial artery ... dorsal metatarsal artery
hematomas
firm pressure should be applied directly for a minimum of 1-2…
Venous sampling
jugular vein... cephalic vein... lateral thoracic vein... saphenous ve…
Arterial blood sampling
transverse facial artery ... dorsal metatarsal artery
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Clinical Procedures Exam 1
Does autorefraction work better with o…
What is the setup for 20/40 blur?
Purpose of 20/40 blur
Purpose of retinoscopy
With dilation
Monocular test with standard room illumination with distance PD
To remove accommodation from the setup or rechecking of other…
Start point estimate, find media opacities, unable to put pat…
Does autorefraction work better with o…
With dilation
What is the setup for 20/40 blur?
Monocular test with standard room illumination with distance PD
Clinical principles and procedures (1)
Emmetropia
Myopia
Accommodation
Plus
The term for the condition in which an imagr will focus on th…
This occurred when an image is focused in front of the retina…
The ability of the eyes to focus objects from distance to nea…
Which of the following types of lenses corrects hyperopia
Emmetropia
The term for the condition in which an imagr will focus on th…
Myopia
This occurred when an image is focused in front of the retina…
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Clinical procedures 1
Why is Maslow hierarchy important in c…
Adapive
Maladaptive
Because you want to be at a persons level while talking to them
Modify stressors
Complaining
Why is Maslow hierarchy important in c…
Because you want to be at a persons level while talking to them
Adapive
Modify stressors
Clinical Procedures- POD1
8 measures of safety at the bedside
chain of infection
When should you perform hand hygeine?
when should you wear gloves
Call button in reach, no clutter, no spillage, bed rails up,…
infectious agent, resevoir, portal to exit, mode of transmiss…
before and after putting on gloves, before switching tasks, b…
contact with blood, body fluid, secretions, excretions, conta…
8 measures of safety at the bedside
Call button in reach, no clutter, no spillage, bed rails up,…
chain of infection
infectious agent, resevoir, portal to exit, mode of transmiss…
Clinical Procedures terms (1)
mean length of utterance
informed consent
nondiscrimination
generalization
1. count the total number of utterances produced by the speak…
clients are told about their speech- language or hearing cond…
this means that clinicians do not exclude clients from their…
...
mean length of utterance
1. count the total number of utterances produced by the speak…
informed consent
clients are told about their speech- language or hearing cond…
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equine clinical procedures 1
Iv Location
IV blood collection
IM: Gluteal/semi
IM: Neck
Jugular vein: Sampling and admin meds. ... Located in jugular gr…
Usually into RTT then LTT. ... Can be drawn with 6-12cc syringe.…
Horse can shift or kick.... needed inserted without syringe atta…
Landmarks: Nuchal ligament (dorsal), the slope of the shoulde…
Iv Location
Jugular vein: Sampling and admin meds. ... Located in jugular gr…
IV blood collection
Usually into RTT then LTT. ... Can be drawn with 6-12cc syringe.…
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Equine clinical procedures 1
Venous sampling
Arterial blood sampling
Arteries are more prone to development…
After needle withdrawal from an artery…
jugular vein... cephalic vein... lateral thoracic vein... saphenous ve…
transverse facial artery ... dorsal metatarsal artery
hematomas
firm pressure should be applied directly for a minimum of 1-2…
Venous sampling
jugular vein... cephalic vein... lateral thoracic vein... saphenous ve…
Arterial blood sampling
transverse facial artery ... dorsal metatarsal artery
29 terms
Clinical Procedures 1
Anaphylaxis
Antibodies
Antigen
Antiseptics
An exaggerated hypersensitivity reaction that in severe cases…
Immunoglobulins produced by the immune system in response to…
A foreign substance that causes the production of a specific…
Substances that inhibit the growth of microorganisms on livin…
Anaphylaxis
An exaggerated hypersensitivity reaction that in severe cases…
Antibodies
Immunoglobulins produced by the immune system in response to…
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Week 1- Clinical Procedures
Objective
Chief complaint
Clinical diagnosis
Apnea
A sign that can be heard, seen, or measured
Problem that brings patient to the provider
History, examination, and patient symptoms
Complete absence of breathing
Objective
A sign that can be heard, seen, or measured
Chief complaint
Problem that brings patient to the provider
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Clinical Procedures 1
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AI…
Airborne Transmission
Amoebic dysentery
Antibodies
disorder of the immune system caused by a human immunodeficie…
spread of diseasecausing microorganisms over long distances t…
infectious intestinal disease caused by amoebas and character…
specific chemical produced by B cells of the immune system in…
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AI…
disorder of the immune system caused by a human immunodeficie…
Airborne Transmission
spread of diseasecausing microorganisms over long distances t…
12 terms
clinical procedures #1
ALP (Alkaline phosphatase)
ALT (Alanine aminotransferase)
Amylase
AST (Asparate aminotransferase)
Hepatic... Biliary
Hepatic
Pancrease
Liver... Cardiac... Muscle
ALP (Alkaline phosphatase)
Hepatic... Biliary
ALT (Alanine aminotransferase)
Hepatic
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Clinical Procedures 1
Aquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
Airborne Transmission
Amoebic Dysentery
Antibodies
HIV causes AIDS and interferes with the body's ability to fig…
Occurs when bacteria or viruses travel on dust particles or o…
Is a type of bloody diarrhea caused primarily by the amoeba E…
Are large Y-shaped proteins which function to identify and he…
Aquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
HIV causes AIDS and interferes with the body's ability to fig…
Airborne Transmission
Occurs when bacteria or viruses travel on dust particles or o…
Clinical Procedures Part 1
Provide comprehensive dental care to m…
Diagnose patients' urgent dental probl…
Extraoral structures of the face and n…
Performing administrative tasks requir…
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of the clinical exami…
What is the purpose of dental sick call?
What should be included in the clinical examination of the pa…
When you assist in the examination section , a large portion…
Provide comprehensive dental care to m…
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of the clinical exami…
Diagnose patients' urgent dental probl…
What is the purpose of dental sick call?
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Clinical Procedures Exam #1
Hemolysis
Hemolyzed
Icterus
Lipemia
The destruction of erythrocytes
Red appearance of a fluid sample as a result of the destructi…
Abnormal yellowish discoloration of skin, mucus membranes, or…
The presence of fatty material in plasma or serum
Hemolysis
The destruction of erythrocytes
Hemolyzed
Red appearance of a fluid sample as a result of the destructi…
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Clinical Procedures Exam 1
5 Reasons For Public Policies
Policy Types
PL 93-406
NCLB
1) Accountability... 2) Increase access... 3) Participation in main…
Laws, Regulations, Guidelines, Case Law
Infant hearing screening law that is mandated by the federal…
no child left behind act of 2001 that emphasized accountabili…
5 Reasons For Public Policies
1) Accountability... 2) Increase access... 3) Participation in main…
Policy Types
Laws, Regulations, Guidelines, Case Law
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Clinical procedures Exam #1
What power is the retinoscopy lens in…
Opthalmic lens dioptric powers and axe…
Convert this to minus cyl format ... -1.0…
cylinder lenses are ground into the le…
+1.50, fogs pt. and eliminates working distance calculation i…
three
+1.00 -2.00 X 090
Sphere, cylinder
What power is the retinoscopy lens in…
+1.50, fogs pt. and eliminates working distance calculation i…
Opthalmic lens dioptric powers and axe…
three
Clinical Procedures CH 1
medical record
patient
health history report
diagnosis
a written record of the important information regarding a pat…
an individual receiving medical care
a collection of subjective data about the patient
the scientific method of determine and identifying a patient`…
medical record
a written record of the important information regarding a pat…
patient
an individual receiving medical care
Clinical procedures test #1
What is pain?
side effects of pain
internal changes w/ pain
Analgesia
a sign of physical, physiological or psychological dysfunctio…
-decreased ROM and strength... -fatigue... -insomnia... -anxiety... -depr…
-decreased oxygen supply, circulation, lymphatic cleaning, nu…
loss of pain
What is pain?
a sign of physical, physiological or psychological dysfunctio…
side effects of pain
-decreased ROM and strength... -fatigue... -insomnia... -anxiety... -depr…
Clinical procedures 1 Final Exam
How often do CMA's need to recertify?
How many conituniting education credit…
Accreditation association that represe…
What is medical asepsis?
Every 5 years
60
AAMA-American Association of Medical Assistants
The prevention of spreading pathogens
How often do CMA's need to recertify?
Every 5 years
How many conituniting education credit…
60
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Clinical Procedures 1
What frequency range is visible light?
Increase in wavelength =
Three Characteristics of Electromagnet…
Magnetic Fields
400-800 nm
decreases in frequency
1. Magnetic Fields... 2. Electrical Fields... 3. Electromagnetic Fi…
perpendicular to electric current flow
What frequency range is visible light?
400-800 nm
Increase in wavelength =
decreases in frequency
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Quiz 1 clinical procedures
Prognosis
Pyrexia
Hypertension
Clinical diagnosis
Prediction, cause of disease
Fever
High blood pressure
Preliminary, Presumptive diagnosis
Prognosis
Prediction, cause of disease
Pyrexia
Fever
42 terms
Clinical Procedures Exam 1
Thermal Agents
mechanical agents
Electromagnetic agents
Acoustic agents
ex: hot packs, paraffin, ice/cold packs
ex: traction, compression, hydrotherapy
ex: electrotherapy, diathermy, light, laser
ex: ultrasound
Thermal Agents
ex: hot packs, paraffin, ice/cold packs
mechanical agents
ex: traction, compression, hydrotherapy
clinical procedures exam 1
where do SLP work
where do AuD work
ASHA
AAA
2/3 school setting, hospital, nonresidential health care, res…
private practice, academic, hospital, nonresidential, industry
American Speech-Language and Hearing Association
American Academy of Audiology
where do SLP work
2/3 school setting, hospital, nonresidential health care, res…
where do AuD work
private practice, academic, hospital, nonresidential, industry
53 terms
Clinical Procedures-Exam 1
PICO
Types of Assessment Tools
Steps to Making Intervention Decisions…
Assessment
P- Patient, Patient Group, Problem... I- Intervention... C- Compari…
-Case History Interviews... -Norm-Referenced Tests (child compar…
1. Develop a 4-part clinical question focused on PICO... 2. Find…
the process of collecting and analyzing data about an individ…
PICO
P- Patient, Patient Group, Problem... I- Intervention... C- Compari…
Types of Assessment Tools
-Case History Interviews... -Norm-Referenced Tests (child compar…
71 terms
Clinical Procedures- Exam 1
benefience
nonmalificence
laws
regulations
promote welfare/interests of client
professional deliberation avoiding inflicting harm on clients
bills discussed by representation at state AND national level
interpretations of the law (at state level)
benefience
promote welfare/interests of client
nonmalificence
professional deliberation avoiding inflicting harm on clients
75 terms
Clinical Procedures Exam 1
when we have our own "code of conduct"…
provide guidelines for appropriate and…
What role does morality play in EBP?
What role does "law"/state & federal r…
personal ethics
professional ethics
in respecting the client that we will be working with
in order to protect us as a speech language pathologist or au…
when we have our own "code of conduct"…
personal ethics
provide guidelines for appropriate and…
professional ethics
76 terms
Clinical Procedures Exam 1
What are the 5 rational for policies
What are the 3 types of implications i…
What are the 4 types of policies
Laws
1)Accountability- to client, insurance, school, hosp, agency,…
Political, social, economic
Laws... Regulations... Guidelines... Case Law
bills discussed by representation at the state or national le…
What are the 5 rational for policies
1)Accountability- to client, insurance, school, hosp, agency,…
What are the 3 types of implications i…
Political, social, economic
Clinical Procedures Test 1
Ethics
ASHA
The preamble, principles of ethics, an…
Statements of principles and rules and…
A professional code of ___ provides a set of core values when…
The ___ code of ethics applies to those who are credentialed,…
The ASHA Code of Ethics consists of three parts;
The AAA Code of Ethics applies to current and potential membe…
Ethics
A professional code of ___ provides a set of core values when…
ASHA
The ___ code of ethics applies to those who are credentialed,…
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clinical procedures lecture 1
what does any dz transmission in a hea…
isolation precautions include what 4 m…
what are the standard precautions? (7)
standard precautions exist in what sit…
A source (or reservoir) of infectious agents... A susceptible ho…
standard... airborne... droplet... contact
Hand washing... Gloves... Mask, eye protection, face shield... Gown... Pa…
blood... body fluids, secretions, and excretions except sweat... no…
what does any dz transmission in a hea…
A source (or reservoir) of infectious agents... A susceptible ho…
isolation precautions include what 4 m…
standard... airborne... droplet... contact
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Clinical Procedures Final Exam
body surface area
possible kidney disease
C&S (culture and sensitivity)
less than 180 mg/dl
one of the most accurate methods of medication dosage calcula…
with the presence of casts and renal epithelial cells
test done when an infection is not responding to antibiotics
the level at which blood glucose will be completely reabsorbe…
body surface area
one of the most accurate methods of medication dosage calcula…
possible kidney disease
with the presence of casts and renal epithelial cells
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Clinical Office Procedures 1 terminology
cadaver
empathy
epidemiology
indigestion
a dead body used for dissection, study, and tissue samples
understanding of and sensitivity to the feeling and experienc…
branch of science that studies the spread and control of dise…
painful inability in the gastrointestinal tract (GI)
cadaver
a dead body used for dissection, study, and tissue samples
empathy
understanding of and sensitivity to the feeling and experienc…
25 terms
Clinical procedures quiz 1
Laws
Regulations
Guidelines
Case law
Bills discussed by representstion at the state snd national l…
Interpretations of the law
Strategies for implementing the law
Outcomes of the court cases
Laws
Bills discussed by representstion at the state snd national l…
Regulations
Interpretations of the law
Clinical Procedures Exam 1
Superior Rectus
Inferior Rectus
Lateral Rectus
Medial Rectus
elevation, intorsion, adduction
depression, extorsion, adduction
abduction
adduction
Superior Rectus
elevation, intorsion, adduction
Inferior Rectus
depression, extorsion, adduction
Clinical Procedures-Exam 1
Behavioral Observations
Behavioral Observation Guidelines
Application of behavioral observations
Basic principles of intervention
-measure the presence or absence of a behavior... -determine fre…
-utilize observation skills... -avoid comparison to a predetermi…
-assess difficult to test behaviors... -validate information col…
-Eliminate the underlying cause of the disorder... -teach a clie…
Behavioral Observations
-measure the presence or absence of a behavior... -determine fre…
Behavioral Observation Guidelines
-utilize observation skills... -avoid comparison to a predetermi…
Clinical Procedures Quiz 1
Clinical Diagnosis
Prognosis
Medical Diagnosis
Diagnosis
Preliminary, presumptive diagnosis
Prediction, outcome of the course of the disease
After all tests/procedures have been done.
Determination of the cause of the problem
Clinical Diagnosis
Preliminary, presumptive diagnosis
Prognosis
Prediction, outcome of the course of the disease
Clinical Procedures Exam 1
Qualities need to be a clinician
Scope of practice
Standards (8)
Ethics I
-desire to help others... -strengths in social situations... -enjoy…
birth-100; medical inpatient/outpatient, clinical setting, sc…
-Degree... -Education Program... -Program of Study ... -Knowledge Outc…
People-first focus; honoring welfare of CLIENTS
Qualities need to be a clinician
-desire to help others... -strengths in social situations... -enjoy…
Scope of practice
birth-100; medical inpatient/outpatient, clinical setting, sc…
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