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51 terms
DH boards
Veracity
Autonomy
Beneficence
Nonmaleficence
telling the truth and expecting it of others.... truthfulness, i…
deals with patients... allowing the patient to make decisions r…
promoting the well being of individuals and the public.... Volu…
Do not Harm
Veracity
telling the truth and expecting it of others.... truthfulness, i…
Autonomy
deals with patients... allowing the patient to make decisions r…
11 terms
DH BOARDS
Free gingival margin is never..?
Festoon = ?
Clinical attachment loss is the only i…
Boards will not say "boneloss", instea…
stippled
rolled
TRUE
Apical migration of CAL
Free gingival margin is never..?
stippled
Festoon = ?
rolled
262 terms
DH Boards; Pharmacology
What is a function of the amount of a…
Potency is GREATER when the dose is ???
Maximum intensity of effect or respons…
Administering more drug will NOT incre…
Potency
Smaller
EFFICACY
ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS
What is a function of the amount of a…
Potency
Potency is GREATER when the dose is ???
Smaller
115 terms
DH Boards; Nutrition
What are the 6 categories of nutrients?
What is a carbohydrate made up of?
How many kilocalories are in a gram of…
What are the 3 categories of carbohydr…
-carbohydrates... -proteins... -lipids... -vitamins... -minerals... -water
Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen
4 Kilocalories
Monosaccharides... Disaccharides... Complex Polysaccarides
What are the 6 categories of nutrients?
-carbohydrates... -proteins... -lipids... -vitamins... -minerals... -water
What is a carbohydrate made up of?
Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen
268 terms
DH Boards; Pharmacology
What is a function of the amount of a…
Potency is GREATER when the dose is ???
Maximum intensity of effect or respons…
Administering more drug will NOT incre…
Potency
Smaller
EFFICACY
ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS
What is a function of the amount of a…
Potency
Potency is GREATER when the dose is ???
Smaller
177 terms
DH Boards - Oral Pathology
What is the difference between bruxism…
what is term for erosion from gastric…
Abnormal bend or curve in tooth?
If Maxillary incisor has dilaceration,…
Bruxism is the pathologic form that causes attrition
Perimolysis
Dilaceration
Trauma
What is the difference between bruxism…
Bruxism is the pathologic form that causes attrition
what is term for erosion from gastric…
Perimolysis
168 terms
DH Boards; Periodontology
What 4 structures are involved in the…
What are functions of the PDL?
What are the collagenous fibers that a…
What are the 6 principle fibers?
Gingiva... **Periodontal Ligament**... Cementum... Alveolar bone
SHOCK ABSORBER... transmit occlusal forces to bone... Attaches teet…
Sharpey's fibers
Alveolar crest fibers... Transeptal fibers... Apical fibers... Horizon…
What 4 structures are involved in the…
Gingiva... **Periodontal Ligament**... Cementum... Alveolar bone
What are functions of the PDL?
SHOCK ABSORBER... transmit occlusal forces to bone... Attaches teet…
100 terms
DH Boards; Dental Materials
The chemical attraction between unlike…
The chemical attraction between like m…
An index which indicates how one mater…
The force at which a material breaks u…
Adhesion
Cohesion
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
Compressive strength
The chemical attraction between unlike…
Adhesion
The chemical attraction between like m…
Cohesion
22 terms
DH Boards; Microbiology
Does Microbiology suck ASS?
How are bacteria grouped?
What is the most useful stain?
Gram + bacteria stain what color?
Hell yes!!!
According to morphological (size/shape) and metabolic/biochem…
Gram stain
blue/purple ("p" for purple/positive)
Does Microbiology suck ASS?
Hell yes!!!
How are bacteria grouped?
According to morphological (size/shape) and metabolic/biochem…
116 terms
DH Boards - Dental Materials
What is defined as the chemical attrac…
What is defined as the chemical attrac…
What is defined as an index which indi…
What is defined as the force at which…
adhesion
cohesion
Coefficient of Thermal expansion
compressive strength
What is defined as the chemical attrac…
adhesion
What is defined as the chemical attrac…
cohesion
177 terms
DH Boards; Oral Pathology
What is the difference between bruxism…
what is term for erosion from gastric…
Abnormal bend or curve in tooth?
If Maxillary incisor has dilaceration,…
Bruxism is the pathologic form that causes attrition
Perimolysis
Dilaceration
Trauma
What is the difference between bruxism…
Bruxism is the pathologic form that causes attrition
what is term for erosion from gastric…
Perimolysis
100 terms
DH Boards; Community
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Program planning is to what in PP?
Program operation is to what in PP?
Health history and exam
Diagnosis
Treatment planning
Treatment
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Health history and exam
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Diagnosis
219 terms
DH Boards - Microbiology and Immunology
How are bacteria grouped?
What does staining accomplish?
What is the most useful microbiologica…
What colors do the different gram type…
according to their morphology, metabolic, and biochemical dif…
allows clinician to determine shape of bacteria
gram stain
positive = blue... negative = red
How are bacteria grouped?
according to their morphology, metabolic, and biochemical dif…
What does staining accomplish?
allows clinician to determine shape of bacteria
186 terms
DH Boards; Community
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Program planning is to what in PP?
Program operation is to what in PP?
Health history and exam
Diagnosis
Treatment planning
Treatment
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Health history and exam
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Diagnosis
36 terms
DH Boards - Pharmacology
What does the log dose-effect curve di…
What does the maximum response of a dr…
What is potency?
True/False. If potency of a drug is gr…
1. % maximum response ... 2. therapeutic range
it is where the curve plateaus
the amount of a drug to produce an effect
False. If potency of a drug is greater, the dose is smaller.
What does the log dose-effect curve di…
1. % maximum response ... 2. therapeutic range
What does the maximum response of a dr…
it is where the curve plateaus
66 terms
Boards book: Clinical DH
examples of regulated waste
these kill or inactivate MOST pathogen…
this type of disinfectant agent is cor…
_____ should not be used as a surface…
sharps, items saturated in blood or saliva, hard and soft tis…
disinfectants
chlorine-based compound
glutaraldehydes
examples of regulated waste
sharps, items saturated in blood or saliva, hard and soft tis…
these kill or inactivate MOST pathogen…
disinfectants
861 terms
Boards (copied Weber DH)
Autonomy
Non-Maleficence
Civil Offense
Civil Law Contracts
(Deals with patient) Informed consent, full disclosure of tre…
(Deals with practioner) Do no harm, provide eye wear
Lawsuit against a person, money is sought, MOST DENTAL CASES…
Terminating patients (non-compliance, failure to pay), abando…
Autonomy
(Deals with patient) Informed consent, full disclosure of tre…
Non-Maleficence
(Deals with practioner) Do no harm, provide eye wear
100 terms
DH Boards; Community
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Program planning is to what in PP?
Program operation is to what in PP?
Health history and exam
Diagnosis
Treatment planning
Treatment
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Health history and exam
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Diagnosis
138 terms
DH Boards; Dental Materials
The chemical attraction between unlike…
The chemical attraction between like m…
An index which indicates how one mater…
The force at which a material breaks u…
Adhesion
Cohesion
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
Compressive strength
The chemical attraction between unlike…
Adhesion
The chemical attraction between like m…
Cohesion
268 terms
DH Boards; Pharmacology
What is a function of the amount of a…
Potency is GREATER when the dose is ???
Maximum intensity of effect or respons…
Administering more drug will NOT incre…
Potency
Smaller
EFFICACY
ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS
What is a function of the amount of a…
Potency
Potency is GREATER when the dose is ???
Smaller
100 terms
DH Boards; Dental Materials
The chemical attraction between unlike…
The chemical attraction between like m…
An index which indicates how one mater…
The force at which a material breaks u…
Adhesion
Cohesion
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
Compressive strength
The chemical attraction between unlike…
Adhesion
The chemical attraction between like m…
Cohesion
100 terms
DH Boards; Dental Materials
-the chemical attraction between UNLIK…
Stress and strain
An index which indicates how one mater…
a) the FORCE at which a material BREAK…
-ADHESION ... COHESION
Cohesion
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
a) COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH... b)
-the chemical attraction between UNLIK…
-ADHESION ... COHESION
Stress and strain
Cohesion
65 terms
DH National Board- Pharmacology
log dose-effect curve
potency
efficacy
efficacy and potency of a drug are (re…
- therapeutic range of drug is plotted where dose is increasi…
a function of the amount of a drug to produce an effect... -pote…
maximum intensity of effect or response that can be produced…
unrelated!
log dose-effect curve
- therapeutic range of drug is plotted where dose is increasi…
potency
a function of the amount of a drug to produce an effect... -pote…
246 terms
DH Boards Review
T/F: Filiform buds are for tasting
What oral items arise from the dental…
which vitamins are fat soluble?
what vitamin is needed for metabolism…
False - don't taste
dentin and pulp
DEAK
B6 - pyridoxal or pyridoxine
T/F: Filiform buds are for tasting
False - don't taste
What oral items arise from the dental…
dentin and pulp
15 terms
DH Boards Anatomic Sciences
Head and Neck Anatomy
Osteology: Neurocranium bones
Osteology: Temporal bones
Facial bones
Osteology, Nervous system, Muscles, TMJ, Circulatory system,…
Frontal, Parietal, Occipital, Temporal, Sphenoid, Ethmoid
Mastoid process, Styloid process, Articular fossa and Eminenc…
Maxillae, Mandible, Zygomatic, Palatine, Vomer, Inferior nasa…
Head and Neck Anatomy
Osteology, Nervous system, Muscles, TMJ, Circulatory system,…
Osteology: Neurocranium bones
Frontal, Parietal, Occipital, Temporal, Sphenoid, Ethmoid
11 terms
Micro DH boards 2016
Gram + cell wall
Gram - cell wall
Mycobacteria
Gram + cocci
Thick ... Teichoic acid... Does NOT block antibiotics ... 2 layers... No…
Thin... Murein lipoprotein ... 3 layers... Endotoxin outer layer... Block…
Require acid fast stain ... Associated with TB
Do not for spores... Non mobile... Hyaluronidase= spreading factor,…
Gram + cell wall
Thick ... Teichoic acid... Does NOT block antibiotics ... 2 layers... No…
Gram - cell wall
Thin... Murein lipoprotein ... 3 layers... Endotoxin outer layer... Block…
54 terms
Pharmacology for DH boards
potency
efficacy
enteral
parenteral
the amount to produce and effect- the greater the potency the…
the maximum effect NOT DOSE RELATED- more will not affect the…
placed into the GI tract (oral or rectal)
bypasses GI tract
potency
the amount to produce and effect- the greater the potency the…
efficacy
the maximum effect NOT DOSE RELATED- more will not affect the…
262 terms
DH Boards; Pharmacology
What is a function of the amount of a…
Potency is GREATER when the dose is ???
Maximum intensity of effect or respons…
Administering more drug will NOT incre…
Potency
Smaller
EFFICACY
ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS
What is a function of the amount of a…
Potency
Potency is GREATER when the dose is ???
Smaller
262 terms
DH Boards; Pharmacology
What is a function of the amount of a…
Potency is GREATER when the dose is ???
Maximum intensity of effect or respons…
Administering more drug will NOT incre…
Potency
Smaller
EFFICACY
ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS
What is a function of the amount of a…
Potency
Potency is GREATER when the dose is ???
Smaller
178 terms
DH Boards; Oral Pathology
What is the difference between bruxism…
what is term for erosion from gastric…
Abnormal bend or curve in tooth?
If Maxillary incisor has dilaceration,…
Bruxism is the pathologic form that causes attrition
Perimolysis
Dilaceration
Trauma
What is the difference between bruxism…
Bruxism is the pathologic form that causes attrition
what is term for erosion from gastric…
Perimolysis
168 terms
DH Boards; Periodontology
What 4 structures are involved in the…
What are functions of the PDL?
What are the collagenous fibers that a…
What are the 6 principle fibers?
Gingiva... **Periodontal Ligament**... Cementum... Alveolar bone
SHOCK ABSORBER... transmit occlusal forces to bone... Attaches teet…
Sharpey's fibers
Alveolar crest fibers... Transeptal fibers... Apical fibers... Horizon…
What 4 structures are involved in the…
Gingiva... **Periodontal Ligament**... Cementum... Alveolar bone
What are functions of the PDL?
SHOCK ABSORBER... transmit occlusal forces to bone... Attaches teet…
200 terms
DH Board Review Questions
1) Which of the following would result…
The patient with chronic renal failure…
Which of the following compounds can b…
After developing a fullmouth series of…
Increased mA.
the day after dialysis.
Sodium silicofluoride
silver halide crystals were energized.
1) Which of the following would result…
Increased mA.
The patient with chronic renal failure…
the day after dialysis.
115 terms
DH Boards-Nutrition
What are the 6 categories of nutrients?
What is a carbohydrate made up of?
How many kilocalories are in a gram of…
What are the 3 categories of carbohydr…
carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, vitamins, minerals, water
Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen
4 Kilocalories
Monosaccharides... Disaccharides... Complex Polysaccarides
What are the 6 categories of nutrients?
carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, vitamins, minerals, water
What is a carbohydrate made up of?
Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen
112 terms
DH Boards; Special needs
What is the most important objective w…
What 4 things must be known before tre…
Treatment modifications for all specia…
What are pacemaker restictions?
Demonstrate the need that is to be measured
Medical conditions... medications... vital signs... chronic vs acute c…
Short; morning appointments... If uncontrolled...Do not treat, e…
No epinephrine... Pacemakers are Ok, and they do not need to pre…
What is the most important objective w…
Demonstrate the need that is to be measured
What 4 things must be known before tre…
Medical conditions... medications... vital signs... chronic vs acute c…
115 terms
DH Boards; Nutrition
What are the 6 categories of nutrients?
What is a carbohydrate made up of?
How many kilocalories are in a gram of…
What are the 3 categories of carbohydr…
-carbohydrates... -proteins... -lipids... -vitamins... -minerals... -water
Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen
4 Kilocalories
Monosaccharides... Disaccharides... Complex Polysaccarides
What are the 6 categories of nutrients?
-carbohydrates... -proteins... -lipids... -vitamins... -minerals... -water
What is a carbohydrate made up of?
Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen
100 terms
DH Boards; Community
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Program planning is to what in PP?
Program operation is to what in PP?
Health history and exam
Diagnosis
Treatment planning
Treatment
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Health history and exam
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Diagnosis
100 terms
DH Boards; Community
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Program planning is to what in PP?
Program operation is to what in PP?
Health history and exam
Diagnosis
Treatment planning
Treatment
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Health history and exam
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Diagnosis
100 terms
DH Boards; Community
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Program planning is to what in PP?
Program operation is to what in PP?
Health history and exam
Diagnosis
Treatment planning
Treatment
Survey and needs Assessment in communi…
Health history and exam
Data analysis is to what in private pr…
Diagnosis
59 terms
board review: Clinical DH
MSMD
hazardous waste manual
osha
what do they do?
material safety sheet: contain info on each product used
doc about all chemicals/products is contained here
occupational saftely and health administrative.
concerned with compliance with blood borne pathogen standard
MSMD
material safety sheet: contain info on each product used
hazardous waste manual
doc about all chemicals/products is contained here
10 terms
DH Boards Questions
In what food can you find Thiamine (Vi…
The epithelial tissue is connected to…
Fertilization
Basal lamina
Pork
Basement Membrane
Uniting of sperm and ovum in the distal part of the uterine t…
Dark. Made by epithelial cells
In what food can you find Thiamine (Vi…
Pork
The epithelial tissue is connected to…
Basement Membrane
230 terms
DH National Board-Pharmacology
Log dose effect curve
Therapeutic range
Maximum response
Potency
The therapeutic range of the drug is plotted where the dose i…
Where the dose is increasing sharply.
The maximum response of a drug may exhibit where the curve pl…
The amount of a drug to produce an effect. Potency is greater…
Log dose effect curve
The therapeutic range of the drug is plotted where the dose i…
Therapeutic range
Where the dose is increasing sharply.
554 terms
DH Board Review Questions
The purpose of a Professional Code of…
Which of the following examples of the…
Which of the following Core Values sta…
Providing dental screenings would be a…
b
d
a
c
The purpose of a Professional Code of…
b
Which of the following examples of the…
d
79 terms
DH National Board-Nutrition
Nutrients
Six classes of nutrients
Organic compounds of carbs
Carbs
Substances obtained from food and used by the body to promote…
1. Carbs... 2. Proteins... 3. Lipids... 4. Vitamins... 5. Minerals... 6. Wat…
Made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
Provide most abundant energy during metabolism. Yield 4 kiloc…
Nutrients
Substances obtained from food and used by the body to promote…
Six classes of nutrients
1. Carbs... 2. Proteins... 3. Lipids... 4. Vitamins... 5. Minerals... 6. Wat…
128 terms
DH National Board-Pathology
Oral pathology
Geographic tongue
Hairy tongue
Fissured tongue
Science of diseases of the mouth
Benign migratory glossitis. Areas of erythema surrounded by r…
Cause is unknown. ... May be associated with tobacco use, chemic…
Cause is unknown. Can become irritated if food collects in fi…
Oral pathology
Science of diseases of the mouth
Geographic tongue
Benign migratory glossitis. Areas of erythema surrounded by r…
152 terms
DH National Board-Periodontology
Tissues of the periodontium
Periodontal ligament functions
Sharpeys fibers
Transeptal fibers
Gingiva... Periodontal ligament... Cementum... Alveolar bone
Transmits occlusal forces to bone.... Attaches teeth to bone.…
Attach cementum and bone.
Extend interproximally over alveolar crest; embedded in cemen…
Tissues of the periodontium
Gingiva... Periodontal ligament... Cementum... Alveolar bone
Periodontal ligament functions
Transmits occlusal forces to bone.... Attaches teeth to bone.…
437 terms
DH Board Review
Where does a myocardial infarction usu…
Where does deoxygenated blood from the…
What is the main job of the left side…
Does the left coronary branch?
Usually takes place in the left ventricle.
What is the right side of the heart's job?
What receives oxygenated blood from lungs and pumps it to the…
Yes.
Where does a myocardial infarction usu…
Usually takes place in the left ventricle.
Where does deoxygenated blood from the…
What is the right side of the heart's job?
63 terms
DH Boards; Microbiology and Immunology
How are bacteria grouped?
What is the most useful stain?
Gram + bacteria stain what color?
Gram - bacteria stain what color?
According to morphological (size/shape) and metabolic/biochem…
Gram stain
blue/purple ("p" for purple/positive)
red
How are bacteria grouped?
According to morphological (size/shape) and metabolic/biochem…
What is the most useful stain?
Gram stain
10 terms
Board Review - Clinical DH
- formerly referred to as the Material…
- barriers used (equipment and clothin…
PPE items include:
4 things PPE protects against:
Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
1) Mask - change when it becomes moist and with every patient…
1) Aerosol... 2) Splatter... 3) Direct transmission... 4) Indirect tra…
- formerly referred to as the Material…
Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
- barriers used (equipment and clothin…
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
135 terms
NERB DH Board
All of the following are true statemen…
Stannous Fluoride products can cause o…
Fluoride interferes with bacterial met…
Your patient is 3 years and 2 weeks ol…
A. The conditions are 340 degrees for 1 hour.
B. The first statement is false, the second statement is true.
A. The first statement is true, the second statement is false.
B. 0.50 mg/d
All of the following are true statemen…
A. The conditions are 340 degrees for 1 hour.
Stannous Fluoride products can cause o…
B. The first statement is false, the second statement is true.
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