Med office certification

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  1. There is a tendency to write letters without unessential punctuation. Where all punctuation is omitted is called
    A. elimination punctuation
    B. omitted punctuation
    C. free punctuation
    D. open punctuation
    D. open unctuation
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  2. An order for supplies or materials is called
    A. payment order
    B. supply guide
    C. purchase request
    D. requisition
    D. requisition
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  3. If you need a record of deliver of no insured value, use
    A. certified mail
    B. registered mail
    C. metered mail
    D. mailgram
    A. certified mail
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  4. Mail of monetary value to be guaranteed against lost or damage is
    A. certified mail
    B. special delivery
    C. special delivery
    D. registered mail
    D. registered mail
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  5. An overnight telegram allows 100 words and the cost compared to a regular telegram is
    A. the same price
    B. less expensive
    C. more expensive
    d. done of the above
    B. less expensive
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  6. The abbreviation for preparing the patient for surgery by saving the skin is
    A. Pp or pp
    B. preop
    C. prep
    D. sos
    C. prep
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  7. The abbreviation of emulsion is
    A. els
    B. EML
    C. eml
    D. emul
    D. emul
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  8. The abbreviation for fluid is
    A. wet
    B. fl or fld
    C. fuid
    D. flud
    B. fl or fld
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  9. The abbreviation for hydrochloric acid is
    A. Hdro A
    B. HDC
    C. HDD
    D. HYD
    B. HDC
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  10. The abbreviation for placebo is
    A. PLBO
    B. PBO
    C. Pcbo
    D. Plcb
    A. PLBO
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  11. Violation or admision of a legal or moral duty is called
    A. negligence
    B. breach of duty
    C. defamation
    D. malpractive
    B. breach of duty
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. A deliberate physical attack upon a person is called
    A. battery
    B. contrubutory negligence
    C. assault
    D. slander
    A. battery
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  13. That which in natural and continuous sequence, unbroken by any new independent cause, produces and event, and without which the injury would not have occured is called
    A. assumption of risk
    B. negligence
    C. proximate cause
    D. assault
    C. proximate cause
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  14. A requirement under a health care policy dictates that the insured be responsible for a percentage of covered services. This is called
    A. copayment
    B. comprehensive
    C. preinsurance
    D. coinsurinance
    D. coinsurance
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  15. A type of insurance whereby the insured pays a specific amount per unit of service and the insurer pays the rest of the cost is called
    A. copayment
    B. coordination of benefits
    C. deductible
    D. indemnity
    A. copayment
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. A government health insurance for spouses and dependent children of veterans who are totally disabled or who have died in service-related activities is called
    A. CHAMPCO
    B. AMACHAM
    C. CHAMPVA
    D. CHAMPUS
    C. CHAMPVA
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  17. Reasonable anticipated skin, eye, sucous membrane, or parenteral contact with blood, or other potentially infectious materials that may result from the performance of an employee's duties is called
    A. ocupational risk
    B. professional threat
    C. occupational exposure
    D. daily risk
    C. occupationaly exposure
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  18. Contact with blood, or other body fluids to which universal precautions apply through percutaneous inoculation, or contact with an open wound, non-intact skin, or mucous membrane during the performance of "normal duties" this definition (found in the Federal Register) applies to
    A. stressed worker
    B. worker stress
    C. exposed worker
    D. human exposure
    D. human exposure
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
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Med office certification
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