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  1. 100) All of the following groups of people are especially susceptible to moxibustion burns except:

    A) Those with neural injury
    B) Those with Diabetics Mellitus Type II
    C) Those who have had a pathology resulting in paralysis
    D) Those with Hepatitis B and D co-infection
    D) Those with Hepatitis B and D co-infection
  2. 97) A patient comes to you for help. They have been suffering from arthritis, but they are afraid of needles. Which one of the following types of moxa would be the best for this patient?

    A) Garlic Moxa
    B) Mud Plaster Moxa
    C) Aconite Moxa
    D) Pepper Moxa
    D) Pepper Moxa
  3. 98) A patient comes to you for help. They have pain and soreness in the joints, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. You propose doing moxa on them. Which one of the following methods of moxa would be best for this patient?

    A) Moxa with Ginger
    B) Moxa with Aconite
    C) Moxa with Garlic
    D) Moxa with Salt
    A) Moxa with Ginger
  4. 38) A patient comes to you for help. They have skin ulcers that simply will not heal. Which one of the following methods of moxa would be best for treating this patient?

    A) Moxa with Garlic
    B) Moxa with Aconite
    C) Moxa with Ginger
    D) Moxa with Salt
    B) Moxa with Aconite
  5. 88) A patient presents with yin abscesses and carbuncles where the pus will not disperse. Which one of the following methods would be best for this patient?

    A) Cupping with Ginger Juice
    B) Moxa with Aconite
    C) Fire Throwing Method
    D) Moxa with Garlic
    B) Moxa with Aconite
  6. 200) A patient started breaking out with a skin ulcer with boils about an hour ago. Which one of the following methods would be best for this patient?

    A) Cupping with Ginger Juice
    B) Moxa with Garlic
    C) Fire Throwing Method
    D) Moxa with Aconite
    B) Moxa with Garlic
  7. 20) All of the following groups of people are especially susceptible to moxibustion burns except:

    A) Those with neural injury
    B) Those who have had a pathology resulting in paralysis
    C) Those with Diabetics Mellitus Type II
    D) Those with Hepatitis B and D co-infection
    D) Those with Hepatitis B and D co-infection
  8. 44) For treating abdominal pain, diarrhea, pair or soreness in the joints and Deficient Cold conditions in general use: (Shanghai, p. 441)

    A) Moxa with Aconite
    B) Moxa with Garlic
    C) Moxa with Salt
    D) Moxa with Ginger
    D) Moxa with Ginger
  9. 152) For treating deficient yang conditions, including skin ulcerations that resist healing or Yin abscesses and carbuncles where the pus will not disperse use

    A) Moxa with Garlic
    B) Moxa with Salt
    C) Moxa with Aconite
    D) Moxa with Ginger
    C) Moxa with Aconite
  10. 92) If using direct moxa, it is suggested that the practitioner fully explains the technique to the patient and asks the patient to:

    A) Not mind getting burned a little bit
    B) Sign an informed, written consent form
    C) Pay upfront
    D) Wear flame retardant clothes
    B) Sign an informed, written consent form
  11. 137) In treating various skin disorders, all of the following types of moxibustion can help with the exception of:

    A) Circular motion
    B) Pepper
    C) Aconite
    D) Garlic
    B) Pepper
  12. 18) Moxa with mud plasters are used for which one of the following conditions?

    A) Vomiting, dysentery, and abandoned stroke
    B) Localized eczema and other skin diseases
    C) Deficient yang conditions and skin ulcerations that resist healing
    D) Arthritic pain and local numbness and stiffness
    B) Localized eczema and other skin diseases
  13. 198) Moxibustion is contraindicated in all of the following conditions EXCEPT:

    A) Unconscious patients and over areas that are numb
    B) Lower back or abdomen of pregnant women
    C) The vicinity of the sensory organs or mucous membranes
    D) Febrile Disease
    A) Unconscious patients and over areas that are numb
  14. 31) Some patients with a history of which one of the following may not respond well to electrical stimulation:

    A) Seizures
    B) Autism
    C) Tumors
    D) Transient Ischemic Attacks
    A) Seizures
  15. 75) Tuberculosis, scrofula, non-ulcerated carbuncles, masses and poisonous insect bites are all best treated by which one of the following types of moxa?

    A) Salt moxa
    B) Garlic moxa
    C) Aconite moxa
    D) Ginger moxa
    B) Garlic moxa
  16. 90) What should you do if you burn your patient with moxa but it is very small in area and a first or second degree burn?

    A) Apply sterile gauze over a burn ointment
    B) Refer the patient to a physician
    C) Apply clean gauze over a burn ointment
    D) Apply sterile gauze only and then refer the patient to a physician
    A) Apply sterile gauze over a burn ointment
  17. 29) Which one of the following conditions can moxa be used?

    A) Patients with Warm Febrile Disease
    B) Lower back or abdomen of pregnant women
    C) In the vicinity of the sensory organs or mucous membranes
    D) On unconscious patients or over areas that are numb
    D) On unconscious patients or over areas that are numb
  18. 52) Yin abscesses, ulcerations that resist healing or where puss will not disperse, impotence, premature ejaculation due to depleted mingmen fire are all best treated by which one of the following types of moxa?

    A) Aconite Moxa
    B) Ginger Moxa
    C) Salt Moxa
    D) Garlic Moxa
    A) Aconite Moxa
  19. 27) You are giving your patient a treatment and you also use moxa. However, you accidentally burn them. Fortunately it is in a very small area and no more than a second degree burn. What is the correct thing for you to do?

    A) Refer the patient to a physician
    B) Apply burn ointment and then refer them to a physician
    C) Apply burn ointment and then apply sterile gauze
    D) Apply burn ointment and the apply clean gauze
    C) Apply burn ointment and then apply sterile gauze
  20. 95) You are treating a 22 year old male patient with moxa and you accidently burn them. What should you do if the burn is very small in area and a first or second degree burn?

    A) Apply sterile gauze only and then refer the patient to a physician
    B) Apply clean gauze over a burn ointment
    C) Apply sterile gauze over a burn ointment
    D) Refer the patient to a physician
    C) Apply sterile gauze over a burn ointment
  21. 70) A 48 year old male patient comes to you for help. He has been experiencing gastritis for the past year now. He's tried a lot of different things, but nothing has helped. He's really been struggling because he's also been experiencing indigestion and ulcers. What kind of cupping would be best for this patient?

    A) Ginger Juice or hot pepper water 1/3 to 1/2 full
    B) Fire throwing method
    C) Fire twinkling method
    D) Cupping with acupuncture
    A) Ginger Juice or hot pepper water 1/3 to 1/2 full
  22. 23) A patient presents with gastrointestinal nervous dysfunction and intense itching all over their body. Which one of the following methods would be best for this patient?

    A) Cupping with Acupuncture
    B) Several Cups over a wide area
    C) Cupping with Blood Letting
    D) Cupping with Ginger Juice or Hot Pepper Water 1/3 to 1/2 Full
    C) Cupping with Blood Letting
  23. 74) A patient presents with neurodermatitis. Which one of the following methods would be best for this patient?

    A) Cupping with Acupuncture
    B) Cupping with Blood Letting
    C) Garlic Moxa
    D) Ginger Moxa
    B) Cupping with Blood Letting
  24. 77) Cupping at LI-15 is good for which one of the following conditions?

    A) Rheumatoid Arthritis
    B) Vomiting
    C) Neurodermatitis
    D) Supraspinatus tendonitis
    D) Supraspinatus tendonitis
  25. 89) Cupping may be combined with bloodletting technique for which of the following conditions?

    A) Deficient conditions, numbness or declining functions.
    B) Arthritic pain, coughing, asthma, common cold, ulcers chronic gastritis, indigestion and psoriasis.
    C) Injury to soft tissues, neurodermatitis, pruritis, neurasthenia, and gastrointestinal nervous dysfunction.
    D) High fever, convulsions, cramps, allergic skin conditions or ulcerated sores.
    C) Injury to soft tissues, neurodermatitis, pruritis, neurasthenia, and gastrointestinal nervous dysfunction.
  26. 84) In clinic, cupping is specifically mentioned to treat what kinds of Lung diseases?

    A) Pneumonia
    B) Bronchitis
    C) Asthma
    D) Emphysema
    C) Asthma
  27. 124) Which one of the following is not a general indication for cupping?

    A) Hypertension
    B) High fever
    C) Red eyes that are swollen and painful
    D) Non-ulcerated furuncle
    B) High fever
  28. 51) Which one of the following is not an indication for cupping with bloodletting?

    A) Allergic skin conditions
    B) Pruritis
    C) Neurasthenia
    D) Neurodermatitis
    A) Allergic skin conditions
  29. 97) All of the following are direct contraindications or cautions to electrical stimulation EXCEPT:

    A) Patients with pacemakers
    B) Some patients with a history of seizure disorder
    C) In patients with pathology resulting in paralysis
    D) From one side of the chest across to the other side of the chest
    C) In patients with pathology resulting in paralysis
  30. 25) Electrical stimulation may not be applied from where to where?

    A) One side of the chest across to the other side of the chest (front to back or side to side) in the region of the heart
    B) One side of the chest across to the other side of the chest (front to back, but side to side is okay) in the region of the lung
    C) One side of the chest across to the other side of the chest (front to back, but side to side is okay) in the region of the heart
    D) One side of the chest across to the other side of the chest (front to back or side to side) in the region of the lung
    A) One side of the chest across to the other side of the chest (front to back or side to side) in the region of the heart
  31. 76) In Electro acupuncture, what is the gauge of need that is advisable to use to minimize breakage?

    A) Chinese 5 gauge or Japanese 23
    B) Chinese 32 gauge or Japanese 5
    C) Chinese 5 gauge or Japanese 32
    D) Chinese 23 gauge or Japanese 5
    B) Chinese 32 gauge or Japanese 5
  32. 186) Some patients with a history of which one of the following may not respond well to electrical stimulation:

    A) Seizures
    B) Parkinson's Disease
    C) Transient Ischemic Attacks
    D) Coronary Artery Disease
    A) Seizures

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