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1 FINA SEMESTER EXAM – Part 2
IHS

2 Bad breath can be offensive: how to avoid this problem…..
Wear closed toed shoes Avoid the use of perfumes Tie hair back Wear only simple jewelry Practice good dental hygiene

3 Can provide a place for germs to grow: how to avoid this problem…..
Wear closed toed shoes Avoid the use of perfumes Tie hair back Wear only simple jewelry Practice good dental hygiene

4 Some people have allergies: how to avoid this problem…..
Wear closed toed shoes Avoid the use of perfumes Tie hair back Wear only simple jewelry Practice good dental hygiene

5 Provide personal protection: how to avoid possible injury…..
Wear closed toed shoes Avoid the use of perfumes Tie hair back Wear only simple jewelry Practice good dental hygiene

6 Can catch in equipment: how to avoid this problem…..
Wear closed toed shoes Avoid the use of perfumes Tie hair back Wear only simple jewelry Practice good dental hygiene

7 Which of the following is the best definition of culture?
All factors that influence an individual’s beliefs and actions Habits that make up an individual’s daily life Country of family origins Native language and religion

8 Thought, awareness and the ability to comprehend meaning are referred to as ____abilities.
Cognitive Developmental Psychosocial Psychological

9 The brain and the spinal cord are the components of the ____ nervous system.
Central Peripheral Voluntary Involuntary

10 Which is true about the young adulthood stage of development?
Motor sensory skills peak and then begin to decline Includes the 30s and 40s Problem solving skills begin to decline Creativity is minimal

11 What is the major function of red blood cells?
Transport oxygen to the body Fight infection Remove waste from the body Serve as a structural barrier to invaders

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13 What organ produces bile to break down fats in the body?
Liver Gallbladder Kidney Intestine

14 Which sequence lists the major organs of the urinary system in order as it removes wastes from the body? A. Urinary bladder, kidneys, urethra, ureters B. Urethra, urinary bladder, kidneys, ureters C. Kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra D. Kidneys, urethra, urinary bladder, ureters

15 Transverse plane cuts the body….
Into horizontal segments top to bottom Into vertical segments top to bottom Into horizontal segments left right Into vertical segments left right

16 Material Safety Data Sheet
What is the best source of information in which to find the precautions that should be taken when handling substances that contain chemicals? Ask a friend Material Safety Data Sheet Internet – everything on the internet is true Elf yourself.com

17 Adduction moves Toward the body Away from the body From top to bottom
From front to back

18 Flexion Shortens muscle length Lengthens muscles
Brings muscles more superficial Brings muscles moreposterior

19 10 drops of medication to 1 cup of water is the same as
20 drops is to 2 cups 20 drops is to 1 cup 15 drops is to 3 cups 5 cups is to 64 oz

20 If a physician orders that a patient be given 45 grams of a medication and it is only available in 15 gram tablets, how many tablets should the patient be given? 2.5 3 3.5 4

21 One meter is the basic metric unit for measuring which of the following?
Distance Time Volume Mass/Weight

22 One meter is equivalent to
1 inch 1 foot 2 feet 1 yard

23 If one Kg = 2.2 pounds, 2 pounds is approximately equal to
4.4 lbs 2.2 Kg ½ lbs 1 Kg

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25 If 5 ml = 1 tsp, how many ml are in 17 tsp?
30 oz 850 ml 85 ml 30 ml

26 Communication is considered to be successful when:
The sender speaks clearly The receiver agrees with the message The message is important The message is correctly interpreted by the receiver

27 Can you describe how you feel after taking the medication?
Which is the best question to ask when gathering information from a patient about the results of a medication? How do you feel today? Can you describe how you feel after taking the medication? Is the new medication strong enough? Would you like a different brand of medication?

28 Listen carefully to determine if there is a contradictory message
The best way to respond to a patient who jokes about being an “old cripple” due to injuries suffered in a car accident is to: Listen carefully to determine if there is a contradictory message Laugh and tell a few jokes of your own Refuse to speak to him or administer treatments to teach him his response was inappropriate Tell him he should not joke like that and advise him you will call his physician and tell

29 are long term well established patients Are not elderly
It is appropriate for a dental assistant to address patients by their first names when they: are long term well established patients Are not elderly Have given permission to be called by their first name Call the dental assistant by his/her first name

30 Give him the information
A patient’s older brother states all information is to be given to him because he is the family spokesperson. What do you do? Give him the information Provide information if he is paying for the treatment Refuse to give information even if the patient consents Check with the patient to determine the patient’s wishes

31 Looking at your watch while talking to someone conveys what message?
Interest in what the person is saying Impression that you are in a hurry and want to leave Impression that you have good listening skills Impression that you value them as a person

32 Do the procedure as quickly as possible.
What is the BEST course of action when performing a procedure on a patient whose condition causes a strong, unpleasant odor? Do the procedure as quickly as possible. Be honest about the unpleasantness of the odor. Be sure your facial expression communicates caring and reassurance. Keep your facial expression neutral not showing any emotion

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34 Use gestures/pantomime to explain
Which action is most likely to increase the effectiveness of communication when a patient is having difficulty understanding the health care professional’s instructions? Talk loudly Use gestures/pantomime to explain Write the message down to explain to the patient later Repeat the message several times using increasingly louder pitch and volume

35 Touch them more – they must need it
If a patient seems uncomfortable with being touched on the arm in a caring manner, it is best to: Assume the patient does not like you and find someone else to care for them Touch them more – they must need it Ask them if they would prefer not to be touched Provide care only when absolutely necessary

36 Probing Paraphrasing Active listening Evaluating
A dental hygienist who says to a patient, “I hear you saying that you don’t like to floss because it makes your gums bleed,” is using a technique known as: Probing Paraphrasing Active listening Evaluating

37 Asking a question that requires more than a one word answer
Close ended Leading Nonverbal Open ended Paraphrasing Probing reflecting

38 The forearm is in supination when the palm is
In the anterior position In the posterior position Is located more laterally Is located more distally

39 Movement to achieve posterior facing of the hand is
Pronation Supination Flexion Adduction

40 Movement away from the body is
Abduction Adduction Pronation supination

41 Trust v Mistrust is seen in
Infancy Adulthood Adolescence Late adulthood

42 Middle adulthood tasks include
Becoming involved in the community Learning to trust others Isolation from friends trusting

43 The task of toddlers includes
Developing independence Developing shame and doubt Gaining satisfaction from life Experiencing pleasure from personal accomplishments

44 Preschool tasks include
Reward for initiative Reward for guilt Reward for lack of trust Forming close relationships

45 Good coordination develops by which age?
School age child Toddler Preschooler adolescence

46 Marked decrease in strength occurs
Late adulthood Early childhood Middle adulthood infancy

47 Weight triples or quadruples
Infancy Toddlerhood Preschool age Late adulthood

48 Developmentally in adolescence
Maturation of reproductive system occurs Decrease in sensory abilities occurs Weight triples Marked decrease in strength occurs

49 Great physical activity geared toward new experiences
Toddler Adult Late adult infancy

50 Chronic illnesses most likely to develop
Middle adulthood Late adulthood Infancy adolescence

51 Able to take care of own physical needs, such as self dress
Preschool Toddler School age child adolescence

52 What does the thoracic cavity contain?
Heart, lungs, major vessels Lungs, liver, stomach Urinary bladder, kidney Lumbar region

53 Tissues, cell, organs, body systems
Which series correctly lists the organizational levels of the body from the smallest to the largest? Tissues, cell, organs, body systems Cells, tissues, organs, body systems Body systems, organs, tissues, cells Cells, organs, body systems, tissues

54 Urinary bladder and reproductive organs can be found in
Pelvic Cavity Thoracic Cavity Stomach Cavity Cranial cavity

55 The lowest or most basic need according to Maslow is
Physiologic Safety and Security Loving and belonging Self Actualization

56 In addition to genetics, what else influences growth/development?
Family relationships, cultural customs Religion Education and physical health All of the above

57 Which part of the brain controls highest level of functioning?
Cerebrum Cerebellum Medulla Brain stem


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