Tutor profile: Aimee H.
Subject: Public Health
Examples of Primary Prevention includes all of the following except: A. Immunizations B. Exercise C. Handwashing D. Insulin
A 14 year old patient presents at the office with complaint of fatigues. Further assessment reveals enlarged tonsils, sore throat, enlarged spleen, and headache. It is determined that she has Epstein Barr virus. Discharge teaching for the patient will include: A. She will need to be on bedrest for about a week and then she can resume normal activities. B. She will have to take antivirals for the rest of her life. C. She will not be able to play contact sports for the next several months until her spleen returns to normal size. D. She will need to be on penicillin for two weeks and then she can go back to school.
C. She will not be able to play contact sports for the next several months until her spleen returns to normal size.
Subject: Medical Assistant
When preparing to take vital signs from a 2 year old child, the medical assistant should: A. Always place the child on the examination table to get the heart rate and respirations. B. Allow the child to remain on the parents lap while counting the respirations. C. Make sure to take the temperature before the heart rate and respirations. D. Realize it is not important to get a new set of vital signs if the patient were in the office last month.
B. Allow the child to remain on the parents lap while counting the respirations.