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Medical Assisting Chapter 15
consumer education
factual teaching
modeling
participatory teaching
the process by which the average person learns to make inform…
method of teaching that provides the patient with details of…
the process of teaching the patient a new skill by having the…
method of teaching that includes demonstrations of techniques…
consumer education
the process by which the average person learns to make inform…
factual teaching
method of teaching that provides the patient with details of…
Chapter 15 Medical Assisting
Aerosolyzed
Cochlear Implantation
Exudate
Fontanel
Dispensed in a mist.
Electrical device implanted in the ear that makes sounds into…
Accumulated fluid in a cavity; oozing of pus.
Soft spot
Aerosolyzed
Dispensed in a mist.
Cochlear Implantation
Electrical device implanted in the ear that makes sounds into…
25 terms
Medical Assisting - Chapter 15 Test
Potentially infectious body fluids inc…
What color code for hazard warning lab…
How long is hepatitis B virus capable…
Clean technique is another term for?
Cerebrospinal fluid
Yellow for radioactivity hazards
1 week
Medical asepsis
Potentially infectious body fluids inc…
Cerebrospinal fluid
What color code for hazard warning lab…
Yellow for radioactivity hazards
62 terms
Medical Assisting Clinical -Chapter 37 and part 26
Normal Temperature
Hyperthermia
Hypothermia
Afebrile
97.6-99.6 degrees
Over 105 degrees
Under 95 degrees
No Fever
Normal Temperature
97.6-99.6 degrees
Hyperthermia
Over 105 degrees
81 terms
Fundamental of Medical Assisting Chapter 15
aneroid
anthropometric
apex
apnea
a type of sphygmomanometer without fluid.
Measurements of height and weight or physical size of a person.
pointed end of an object.
absent respirations.
aneroid
a type of sphygmomanometer without fluid.
anthropometric
Measurements of height and weight or physical size of a person.
18 terms
Medical Assisting Chapter 15 Coding
bundled
carrier
comorbidity
contributory factors
a number of things bound together
one who carries, transports, with insurance, it's the company…
a condition that exists along with the primary diagnosis of t…
additional components that can be considered when selecting a…
bundled
a number of things bound together
carrier
one who carries, transports, with insurance, it's the company…
24 terms
Administrative Medical Assistant Chapter 15
account
accounting
accounts payable (A/P) ledger
accounts receivable (A/R)
Formal record of all transactions made on an individual's fin…
Formal record of all transactions made on an individual's fin…
Record book that lists detailed amounts owed to creditors for…
Record book that lists all patients' outstanding accounts sho…
account
Formal record of all transactions made on an individual's fin…
accounting
Formal record of all transactions made on an individual's fin…
24 terms
Administrative Medical Assistant Chapter 15
account
accounting
accounts payable (A/P) ledger
accounts receivable (A/R)
Formal record of all transactions made on an individual's fin…
Formal record of all transactions made on an individual's fin…
Record book that lists detailed amounts owed to creditors for…
Record book that lists all patients' outstanding accounts sho…
account
Formal record of all transactions made on an individual's fin…
accounting
Formal record of all transactions made on an individual's fin…
29 terms
Chapter 15 Comprehensive Medical Assisting
Part B
Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)
CMS-1500
TRICARE
The part of Medicare that covers physician's services
Signed by patients before receiving covered services that may…
Uniform billing format for claims
Insurance that covers dependents of current and retied milita…
Part B
The part of Medicare that covers physician's services
Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)
Signed by patients before receiving covered services that may…
Chapter 12 clinical medical assisting delmars
Vital signs also known as... ..includes...
Temperature
Heat is generated by
Hypothalamus
Cardinal signs... Temperature... Pulse... Respiration... Blood pressure
Maintained by two processes. Heat production and heat loss.
Voluntary and involuntary movement. And metabolism
In the brain. Regulates body temperature.
Vital signs also known as... ..includes...
Cardinal signs... Temperature... Pulse... Respiration... Blood pressure
Temperature
Maintained by two processes. Heat production and heat loss.
55 terms
medical assisting chapter 15 Urinary System
juxta-
nephr/o
ren/o
hilum
near to
kidney
kidney
indentation on kidney
juxta-
near to
nephr/o
kidney
Medical assisting administrative and clinical competencies chapter 1
Accreditation
Accrediting bureau of health eduicatio…
Altruism
American academy of professional coder…
Assignment of credentials
An accrediting body that provides programic accreditation for…
Unselfish concern for the welfare of others
Organization that promotes professionalism and I encourage an…
Accreditation
Assignment of credentials
Accrediting bureau of health eduicatio…
An accrediting body that provides programic accreditation for…
Temperature Chapter 4 ( Clinical Medical Assisting)
What part of the brain functions as th…
What is the normal body temperature ra…
What is the average body temperature ?
Most heat is produced by what type of…
Hypothalamus
97-99
98.6
Voluntary and involuntary muscle contractions
What part of the brain functions as th…
Hypothalamus
What is the normal body temperature ra…
97-99
43 terms
administrative procedures medical assisting chapter15
records management system
vertical files
lateral files
compatible files
The way patient records are created, filed , and maintained .
features pull out drawers that usually contain metal frame or…
horizontally filing cabinets, called lateral files , feature…
files are are kept on rolling shelves that slide along the pe…
records management system
The way patient records are created, filed , and maintained .
vertical files
features pull out drawers that usually contain metal frame or…
43 terms
administrative procedures medical assisting chapter15
records management system
vertical files
lateral files
compatible files
The way patient records are created, filed , and maintained .
features pull out drawers that usually contain metal frame or…
horizontally filing cabinets, called lateral files , feature…
files are are kept on rolling shelves that slide along the pe…
records management system
The way patient records are created, filed , and maintained .
vertical files
features pull out drawers that usually contain metal frame or…
117 terms
Clinical Medical Assisting - Common Abbreviations 9/15
a
ASA
all
approx
before
acetylsalicylic Acid (aspirin)
allergy
approximate
a
before
ASA
acetylsalicylic Acid (aspirin)
Chapter 10 clinical medical assisting
Accommodation
Apical
Ascultation
Axillary
The adjustment of the lens of the eye to various distancea
Apex of the heart
Listening to various areas of the body
Under the arm
Accommodation
The adjustment of the lens of the eye to various distancea
Apical
Apex of the heart
774 terms
Clinical Medical Assisting Glossary
abortion
abrasion
abscess
acclimate
termination of pregnancy prior to the fetus becoming viable;…
superficial scrape that may be very painful
localized infection
to become accustomed to a new environment or situation
abortion
termination of pregnancy prior to the fetus becoming viable;…
abrasion
superficial scrape that may be very painful
774 terms
Clinical Medical Assisting Glossary
abortion
abrasion
abscess
acclimate
termination of pregnancy prior to the fetus becoming viable;…
superficial scrape that may be very painful
localized infection
to become accustomed to a new environment or situation
abortion
termination of pregnancy prior to the fetus becoming viable;…
abrasion
superficial scrape that may be very painful
120 terms
Clinical Medical Assisting Review
anaphylaxis
antibodies
antigen
antiseptic
a severe response to an allergen in which the symptoms develo…
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
a toxin or other foreign substance that induces an immune res…
capable of preventing infection by inhibiting the growth of m…
anaphylaxis
a severe response to an allergen in which the symptoms develo…
antibodies
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
Clinical Medical Assisting Duties
Empathy
Anthropometric Measurements
Homeostatis
Intermittent Fever
understanding and entering into another's feelings
measures of height, weight, and skinfold thickness to evaluat…
maintaining a stable internal environment
ranges from high to normal, changes with time of day, often h…
Empathy
understanding and entering into another's feelings
Anthropometric Measurements
measures of height, weight, and skinfold thickness to evaluat…
Delmar clinical medical assisting chapter 11
Chief complaint
Present history
What to ask patient about pain
What to ask patient ..
What brings patient to office.
The explanation of the chief complaint to determine the onset…
Location... Radiation... Severity... Aggravating factors... Relieving fac…
Past history... Family history... Social history...diet..exercise..…
Chief complaint
What brings patient to office.
Present history
The explanation of the chief complaint to determine the onset…
73 terms
clinical medical assisting abbreviations
BID
QID
TID
CBC
TWICE A DAY
FOUR TIMES A DAY
THREE TIMES A DAY
COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT
BID
TWICE A DAY
QID
FOUR TIMES A DAY
chapter 13 Delmar clinical medical assisting
The examiner should stand where
MPreparations
Observation
Palpation
On the right side of the patient
Explain procedure... Prepare room and patent... Do positioning and…
Observe patient for general health, posture, body movements,…
With fingers or top of hands
The examiner should stand where
On the right side of the patient
MPreparations
Explain procedure... Prepare room and patent... Do positioning and…
RMA Clinical Medical Assisting
Potentially infectious body fluids inc…
How long is hepatitis B virus capable…
Instruments that come in contact only…
Which of the following is the only rea…
sweat
1 week
disinfected
serological test
Potentially infectious body fluids inc…
sweat
How long is hepatitis B virus capable…
1 week
Chapter 28 and 30 Clinical Medical Assisting
homeostasis
Quality Control
test results
Serum
In a healthy body, specific mechanisms monitor and make adjus…
This ensures the test is reading ACCURATELY, while an instrum…
These are greatly affected by the quality of the specimen tha…
This is the liquid portion of the blood that remains after th…
homeostasis
In a healthy body, specific mechanisms monitor and make adjus…
Quality Control
This ensures the test is reading ACCURATELY, while an instrum…
84 terms
RMA Clinical Medical Assisting
Potentially infectious body fluids inc…
How long is hepatitis B virus capable…
Instruments that come in contact only…
Which of the following is the only rea…
sweat
1 week
disinfected
serological test
Potentially infectious body fluids inc…
sweat
How long is hepatitis B virus capable…
1 week
71 terms
Intro. to Clinical Medical Assisting
The medical specialty that deals with…
Medical assistants who are interested…
The organization that is a clearinghou…
Which legislation most affects the qua…
pathology
dermatologist
CDC
CLIA
The medical specialty that deals with…
pathology
Medical assistants who are interested…
dermatologist
Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical Competencies Chapter 1: Medical Assisting the Profession
Darina has just passed the American Me…
Jose is contemplating a career as a me…
Richard, a medical assisting student,…
Li is applying at OBGYN and Associates…
Registered Medical Assistant
A degree program focuses on developing clinical skills and li…
Externship
D
Darina has just passed the American Me…
Registered Medical Assistant
Jose is contemplating a career as a me…
A degree program focuses on developing clinical skills and li…
70 terms
Chapter 15 - Medical Insurance (Pearson's Comprehensive Medical Assisting, 3rd Addition) - Terms
Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)
allowed amount
assignment of benefits
beneficiary
notice to a patient that payment for a recommended service ma…
the amount insurance companies consider to be an appropriate…
patient's written authorization giving the insurance company…
a person who is eligible for coverage by government health po…
Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)
notice to a patient that payment for a recommended service ma…
allowed amount
the amount insurance companies consider to be an appropriate…
35 terms
Chapter 31 Fundamentals of clinical medical assisting
apnea
arrhythmia
bounding
bradycardia
Absences or cessation of breathing
An Abnormality or irregularity in the heart rhythm
a term used to describe a pulse that feels full because of in…
a slow heartbeat; a pulse below 60 beats per minute
apnea
Absences or cessation of breathing
arrhythmia
An Abnormality or irregularity in the heart rhythm
30 terms
Clinical Medical Assisting
Asepsis... Louis Pasteur, known for his…
Standard or universal precautions
Antisepsis ... Medical asepsis…
Sterilization... Sanitization
Protecting against infection caused by pathogenic microorgani…
Meaning healthcare worker control the spread of disease by as…
reduces the flora and transient microorganisms on the skin fo…
.destruction of all microorganisms, and other pathogens, spor…
Asepsis... Louis Pasteur, known for his…
Protecting against infection caused by pathogenic microorgani…
Standard or universal precautions
Meaning healthcare worker control the spread of disease by as…
Intro. to Clinical Medical Assisting
The medical specialty that deals with…
Medical assistants who are interested…
The organization that is a clearinghou…
Which legislation most affects the qua…
pathology
dermatologist
CDC
CLIA
The medical specialty that deals with…
pathology
Medical assistants who are interested…
dermatologist
47 terms
Clinical Medical Assisting Chapter 8, 32
Infectious Agents/ classification of p…
Bacteria
The Infection Cycle / chin of infection
The Infection Process
In order to design an appropriate treatment plan for a patent…
microscopic, single-celled organisms that do not have a nucle…
For a communicable disease to be infectious from one person t…
Microorganisms are present everywhere in our environment - on…
Infectious Agents/ classification of p…
In order to design an appropriate treatment plan for a patent…
Bacteria
microscopic, single-celled organisms that do not have a nucle…
Medical Assisting: Unit 4: Chapter 15: Written Communication
T or F: Proofread each document four t…
The component of a letter that include…
True or False? A : (colon) follows the…
This refers to the receiver of the let…
False
Inside Address
True
The Salutation
T or F: Proofread each document four t…
False
The component of a letter that include…
Inside Address
Medical Assisting Clinical Ch 21
cells are the __________ structural un…
human cells are __________ in size
cells come in a variety of ___________…
interstitial fluid is fluid that is __…
smallest, building blocks
microscopic
sizes, shapes
in-between, cell
cells are the __________ structural un…
smallest, building blocks
human cells are __________ in size
microscopic
86 terms
Clinical Medical Assisting Terms
Biohazard
CDC
Chain of custody
CLSI
substance or object that may contain micro-organisms that can…
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; provides safety g…
-Method of handling specimens that can be used in a legal set…
Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute; an organization that…
Biohazard
substance or object that may contain micro-organisms that can…
CDC
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; provides safety g…
Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical Competencies Chapter 1, 2 & 3 Exam
Without ____ there can be no relations…
_____ is the process in which an insti…
What is not one of the education/train…
Historically, medical assistants were…
Trust
Accreditation
Accreditation
Physician
Without ____ there can be no relations…
Trust
_____ is the process in which an insti…
Accreditation
72 terms
CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT: URINALYSIS
PURPOSE OF URINALYSIS
Properties of urine examined:
Asepsis during urinalysis
Types of Urinalyses that provide a ste…
Check for Presence or Absence of Disease or Infection & Provi…
1) Physical... 2) Chemical ... 3) Microscopic
Medical asepsis (hand hygiene ect.) and always follow Standar…
1) Clean-Catch Midstream Specimen... 2) Catheterization Specimen…
PURPOSE OF URINALYSIS
Check for Presence or Absence of Disease or Infection & Provi…
Properties of urine examined:
1) Physical... 2) Chemical ... 3) Microscopic
28 terms
Medical Assisting Clinical II Unit 1
CDC
POL
OSHA
CLIA
center for disease control AND PREVENTION
providers' office lab or physician office laboratory
occupational safety and health administration ... regulates itself
clinical laboratory improvement amendment 1988... regulated by D…
CDC
center for disease control AND PREVENTION
POL
providers' office lab or physician office laboratory
Medical Assisting Clinical terms test
aden/o
cyt/o
epitheli/o
fibr/o
gland
cell
epithelium
fiber
aden/o
gland
cyt/o
cell
CLINICAL'S / MEDICAL ASSISTING
TPR
SpO2
PULSE OX
TRUE VITALS
TEMP, PULSE, RESPIRATION
SATURATION OF PERIPHERAL OXYGEN
PULSE OXIMETER
TEMP, PULSE, RESPIRATION, BLOOD PRESSURE
TPR
TEMP, PULSE, RESPIRATION
SpO2
SATURATION OF PERIPHERAL OXYGEN
Clinical Medical Assisting II Chapter 36 (The Medical Record)
symptom
subjective symptom
objective symptom
Chief Complaint
any change in the body or it's functioning that indicates tha…
a symptom that is felt by the patient but is not observable b…
a symptom that can be observed by an examiner
a subjective statement made by a patient describing the most…
symptom
any change in the body or it's functioning that indicates tha…
subjective symptom
a symptom that is felt by the patient but is not observable b…
Medical Assisting Clinical
MSDS
MERSA
Study of fungi
phagocytes
material safety data sheets
bacteria that causes infections in different parts of the bod…
mycology
several types of white blood cells that attack invading organ…
MSDS
material safety data sheets
MERSA
bacteria that causes infections in different parts of the bod…
Medical Assisting Clinical
what is not associated with the body's…
what is a frequently asked question by…
what is the strongest influence in in…
what do you do when a patient has no f…
immune system disorders
will the doctor listen to what I have to say
family and those close to the patient
give the patient a referral for a local support group
what is not associated with the body's…
immune system disorders
what is a frequently asked question by…
will the doctor listen to what I have to say
21 terms
Medical assisting administrative and clinical competencies chapter 1
Accreditation
Accrediting bureau of health eduicatio…
Altruism
American academy of professional coder…
Assignment of credentials
An accrediting body that provides programic accreditation for…
Unselfish concern for the welfare of others
Organization that promotes professionalism and I encourage an…
Accreditation
Assignment of credentials
Accrediting bureau of health eduicatio…
An accrediting body that provides programic accreditation for…
Clinical Medical Assisting
The greatest deflection from the basel…
Which portion of the vertebral column…
Which part of the vertebral column is…
In a standard 12-lead ECG, the measure…
QRS complex
thoracic
sacral
standard limb lead I
The greatest deflection from the basel…
QRS complex
Which portion of the vertebral column…
thoracic
Chapter 45, the medical assistant as Clinic manager
Agenda
Ancillary services
Authoritarian manager
Benchmark
Printed list of topics to be discussed during a meeting, some…
Professional occupational companies hired to complete a speci…
Operates on the premise that most workers cannot make a contr…
Making a comparison about different organizations relative to…
Agenda
Printed list of topics to be discussed during a meeting, some…
Ancillary services
Professional occupational companies hired to complete a speci…
31 terms
Fundamentals of Clinical Medical Assisting Vocabulary
auscultation
bruit
clubbing
colonoscopy
The act of listening to body sounds, typically with a stethos…
An abnormal sound or murmur heard on auscultation of an organ…
Abnormal enlargement of the distal phalanges associated with…
A procedure where a fiberoptic scope is used to examine the l…
auscultation
The act of listening to body sounds, typically with a stethos…
bruit
An abnormal sound or murmur heard on auscultation of an organ…
85 terms
Chapter 28 and 30 Clinical Medical Assisting online
homeostasis
Quality Control
test results
Serum
In a healthy body, specific mechanisms monitor and make adjus…
This ensures the test is reading ACCURATELY, while an instrum…
These are greatly affected by the quality of the specimen tha…
This is the liquid portion of the blood that remains after th…
homeostasis
In a healthy body, specific mechanisms monitor and make adjus…
Quality Control
This ensures the test is reading ACCURATELY, while an instrum…
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