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  1. A code related to a poisoning or adverse effect would be found in the
    E CODES
  2. Edna McWalters is an active duty military servicewoman with the United States Marine Corps. Therefore, she is eligible to receive
    TRICARE coverage
  3. The coronal plane is also known as
    FRONTAL PLANE
  4. The resting phase of the cardiac cycle is shown with the
    T wave
  5. When performing CPR on an adult, the correct hand placement for chest compressions is
    center of the chest, between the nipples
  6. What type of item can be sent using Standard Mail™?
    A STACK OF MAGAZINES
  7. Which of these is a dishonored check?
    NSF CHECK (NOT SUFFICIENT FUNDS)
  8. In accounting, the amount by which assets exceed liabilities is known as
    EQUITY
  9. Wilhelm Konrad Roentgen is credited for first discovering
    X-RAYS
  10. A patient undergoes surgery for a below-the-knee amputation of his left leg; however, his right leg is amputated. This is an example of
    res ipsa loquitur
  11. Diagnosis-related groups (DRGs) are used to establish
    reimbursement rates.
  12. Which symbol indicates a new code?
    A BULLET
  13. A barium sulfate drink would be given to a patient who is having
    an upper GI series
  14. Durable medical equipment would be coded using
    Level II HCPCS.
  15. Which instrument would NOT be necessary to have as a part of a suture tray?
    A cannula
  16. A patient is yelling at the medical assistant because he is angry that his insurance company won't cover his expenses. What defense mechanism is the patient experiencing
    DISPLACEMENT
  17. What is essential in the prevention of intestinal disease
    DIETARY FIBER
  18. Medicare Part A covers
    hospital expenses
  19. The firing of the SA node, which begins the cardiac cycle, is represented on a rhythm strip by the
    P WAVE
  20. A radiographic examination of the kidneys, ureters, and bladder is called a(n)
    intravenous pyelogram
  21. After an injury, ice is usually applied to the site to decrease swelling for the first
    24 TO 48
  22. Most nutrition labels are based on a
    2000
  23. The patella is located toward which end of the femur
    DISTAL
  24. The modifier -51 indicates
    MULTIPLE PROCEDURES
  25. . Each 5 millimeter square on ECG tracing paper is equal to a
    .20 SECOND INTERVALS
  26. Which of the following is NOT used for thermodynamics
    ACE BANDAGE
  27. Which of the following is NOT a step of filing medical records?
    OUTGUIDING
  28. With terminal digit filing, filing is based upon
    LAST GROUP OF NUMBERS
  29. The acronym ALARA, referring to radiation exposure, stands for
    as low as reasonably achievable
  30. When organizing a medical record, which of the following sections should be seen first when the file is opened?
    DOCTORS PROGRESS NOTES
  31. In medical coding, parentheses, ( ), enclose
    nonessential modifiers.
  32. If a patient does not show for an appointment, the medical assistant must document it
    on the appointment schedule sheet and in the patient chart.
  33. A healthcare provider will wear a dosimeter badge to
    record the amount of exposure to radiation
  34. Obtaining a preauthorization number may be required when scheduling a
    hospital procedure.
  35. A MUGA scan is ordered by a physician to evaluate
    function of the heart's ventricles
  36. Which of the following is NOT true regarding double booking?
    It helps the office run efficiently
  37. A blood pressure check would usually be allocated approximately how many minutes for an appointment?
    15 min
  38. Evaluation and Management codes begin with which numbers
    99
  39. If the physician is having delays in the schedule, what should the medical assistant do?
    Schedule some buffer time and schedule appointments accordingly
  40. Matrix development includes all of the following EXCEPT
    blocking out time slots available for patients
  41. A patient that presents to the office for an immunization only would likely be assigned a
    v-diagnoses codes
  42. HCPCS Level I codes are the same as
    cpt codes
  43. An apical pulse is located at the
    fifth intercostal space at the midclavicular line.
  44. Plasma is composed mostly of
    water
  45. Medicare Part B does NOT cover
    medications
  46. A pregnant or lactating mother should increase her diet by
    500 calories
  47. Olive oil is considered to be what type of fat?
    Monounsaturated
  48. Which of the following nutritional components helps with thyroid functioning?
    iodine
  49. A patient has a family history of colon cancer. What type of preventative diet might a doctor prescribe for this patient?
    high fiber diet
  50. A potassium deficiency in the body may result in
    bradycardia
  51. Animal sources are classified as what type of proteins?
    complete
  52. Which of the following is identified as "bad" cholesterol?
    LDL
  53. Metabolism releases energy that is measured in
    KILOCALORIES
  54. The only raw fruits that are allowed in a low-fiber diet are
    BANANNAS
  55. Which of the following is a complete protein?
    CHEESE
  56. Between 50 and 60 percent of the daily caloric intake should come from
    COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATES
  57. The medical assistant understands that bleeding gums may be a result of which vitamin deficiency?
    VITAMIN C
  58. Which vitamin helps with night blindness and scaly skin?
    VITAMIN A
  59. A 3-year-old child is brought to the office with discolored teeth. The medical assistant understands that which of the following minerals when taken in excess can cause teeth mottling?
    FLOURINE
  60. Which of the following would be considered a saturated fat?
    COCONUT OIL
  61. The patient has overdosed on anticoagulants. Which of the following vitamins would be ordered?
    VITAMIN K
  62. According to the Food Guide Pyramid, how many servings of bread, cereal, rice, and pasta should be consumed daily?
    6 TO 11 SERVINGS

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