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  1. DEFINE ASEPSIS
    PROCESS OF PREVENTING THE ACCESS OF MICROBIOLOGY
  2. DENTAL ITEMS ARE CLASSIFIED AS?
    CRITICAL , SEMI CRITICAL, NON CRITICAL
  3. MATERIALS THAT PENETRAT THESKIN , MUCOUS MEMBRANE OR BONE?
    CRITICAL
  4. WHAT IS STERILE STERILITY?
    FREE FROM ALL LIVING MICROORGANISMS
  5. WHAT ARE ENGINEERING CONTROLS?
    EQUIPMENT OR METHODS WHICH REMOVES BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FROM THE WORKPLACE
  6. WHAT IS BUMEDINSTR 6600.10A?
    DENTAL INFECTION CONTROL INSTRUCTION
  7. GRAVITY DISPLACEMENT TYPE STERILIZER 30MIN AT?
    • 121- 123 CELSIUS ( 250- 250 DEGREES FARENHEIT)
    • 15-17 LBS PER PSI
  8. WHO ASSIGNS CLAIMANCY 18 PLATFORM AUGMENTATION REQUIREMENTS?
    CHIEF , BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY
  9. HOW MANY OCONUS FACILITIES HAVE PERSONNEL AUGMENTATION AND BED EXPANSION REQUIREMENTS?
    3 - USNH YOKUSKA , OKINAWA, AND GUAM
  10. WHEN SHOULD THE DEPLOYABE PERSONNEL UPDATE AND REPOSRRT RESULTS OF DELINQUENT ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS TO POMI OFFICER?
    30 DAYS OF CHANGE IN R- STATUS
  11. WHO PREPARES AND SUBMITS MONTHLY ELECTRONIC READINESS REPORTS USING SPMS TO BUMED?
    READINESS OFFICER OR POMI OFFICER
  12. BY WHEN SHQOULD MEDICAL AUGMENTATION PERSONNEL COMPLETE THEIR ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS?
    60 DAYS
  13. A DENTAL EXAM BY A CIVILIAN PROVIDER WOULD BE CONSIDERED CURRENT IF IT WAS DONE WITHIN HOW MANY MONTHS?
    6 MONTHS
  14. FAMIY TRAVEL AND COMMAND SPONSORSHIP CANNOT BE DENIED DUE TO WHAT?
    THE NON AVAILABILTY OF EIS OR SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES
  15. WHO DOES THE MTF (SSC) COMMUNICATE WITH?
    TRANSFERRING COMMAND OR PSD
  16. PERSONNEL FROM BATHESDA USUALLY AUGMENT WHAT SHIP?
    USNS COMFORT
  17. THE STUDY OF BODY STRUCTURE IS CALLED?
    ANATOMY
  18. THE STUDY OF HOW THE BODY WORKS IS CALLED
    PHYSIOLOGY
  19. THE STUDY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BODY FROM A FERTILIZED EGG OR OVUM?
    EMBRYOLOGY
  20. WHAT DIVIDES THE BODY INTO RIGHT AND LEFT HALVES
    MEDIAN OR MIDSAGITTAL PLANE
  21. WHAT DIVIDES THE BODY INTO POSTERIOR AND ANTERIOR SECTIONS?
    FRONTAL OR CORONAL PLANES
  22. WHAT DIVIDES THE BODY INTO SUPERIOR AND INFERIOR SECTIONS?
    HORIZONTAL OR TRANSVERSE PLACE
  23. THE STANDARD BODY POSITIO IS WHAT?
    ANATOMICAL POSITION , STAND UP WITH PALMS FORWARD.
  24. MEDIAL?
    TOWARDS THE MIDLINE OF THE BODY
  25. LATERAL?
    FARHER AWAY FROM THE MIDLINE?
  26. PROXIMAL?
    CLOSER TOWARDS THE POINT OF ORIGIN OF CLOSER TO THE BODY.
  27. DISTAL?
    AWAY FROM THE POINT OF ORIGIN OR BODY
  28. SUPERIOR?
    HIGHER THAN
  29. CRANIAL?
    TOWARDS THE HEAD.
  30. CAUDAL?
    TOWARDS THE FEET
  31. What is BUMEDINST 1300.2A
    Suitablity Screening, Medical Assignment Screening and Expectional Family Member Program Identification and Enrollment
  32. What does DODEA stand for?
    Department of Defense Educational Activity
  33. Where is high-risk obstetrical care limited?
    Puerto Rico
  34. What does MAP stand for
    Medical Augmentation Program
  35. How long is a suitability screening good for?
    12 months
  36. When is a member placed on TLD (temporary limited duty) status?
    If a condition keeps a member from transferring for at least 90 days
  37. Who completes NAVMED 1300/1 Part 2?
    Dental
  38. What is the age groups for infant/toddlers and pre-school/school aged children?
    Birth - 2 ; 3 -21 yrs of age
  39. An infected person has a __% lifetime chance of developing TB
    5%
  40. All personnel entering periods of duty > ____ must have a result of skin test in record.
    30
  41. A reactor of equal to or greater than __mm gets INH therapy regardless of age.
    10
  42. If the person returns after 3 days but less than 10 and the inderation is 0-14mm, make an entry of ____ ____
    not read
  43. If the person returns from 3-10 days and the inderation is __mm or more, treat the person as a reactor.
    15
  44. In cases where TB is resistant to INH or Patient is allergic, use ______ at a ___mg dose
    Rifampin, 600
  45. When is the flu season?
    October - March Northern Hemisphere
  46. Who grant immunization waivers for Navy and Marine Corps personnel
    Chief, BUMED
  47. BUMEDINST 6230.15
    Immunizations and Chemoprohylaxis
  48. Who ensures all personnel under their jurisdiction receive required immunizations
    Commanders , CO , OIC
  49. If someone presents with a hypersensitivity to an immunization, what is done?
    They are deferred, and then referred to an allergy specialist.
  50. What precautions must a female take if she is given a live virus vaccine?
    avoid becoming pregnant for 3 months
  51. What is VAERS?
    Vaccine Adverse Reporting System
  52. BUMED INST 6280.1A
    MANAGEMENT OF INFECTIOUS WASTE
  53. what kind of setting generate,transport,store,treat,or dispose of potentially infectious material
    Occupational
  54. What is the treatment and disposal of sharps in a sharps container
    steam sterilization / sanitary landfill
  55. how long can you keep waste in storage without refrigeration
    7 days
  56. for effective sterilization the temp must be maintained at
    121c(250F) for 90 min at 15 psi
  57. how do you separate infectious waste from noninfectious waste
    at the point of orgin
  58. how do you handle blood, suctioned fluids or other liquid waste
    the waste may be decanted into clinical sinks unless it's prohibited by state or local regulations
  59. infectious waste treatment is achieved through what kind of destruction
    incineration, heat, chemicals, radiation
  60. Medical testing for HBV and HIV are at what intervals?
    6 weeks, 12 weeks and 6 months.
  61. What is an invasive procedure?
    A surgical entry into the tissues, cavities organs or repair of major tramatic injuries.
  62. What is BUMEDINST 6600.10A?
    Dental Infection control Instruction.
  63. Infection Control function are addressed how often?
    At least Quarterly.
  64. Asepsis is?
    Process of preventing the access of micro-organisms
  65. Dental Item are classified as
    Critical, Semi Critical and Non critical.
  66. Critical Items are?
    Materials that penetrate the skin, mucous membrane or bone
  67. Semicritical Items are?
    Materials that frequently contact mucous membranes but cannot be sterlized due to their inability to withstand heat.
  68. Non Critical Items are?
    Materials that do not normally penetrate or contact mucous membranes but are exposed to splatter, spray or splashing of blood.
  69. Pneumococcal vaccine should be provided to adults over the age of ____ years
    65
  70. a live virus vaccine is to be administered, advise the woman to avoid becoming pregnant for __ month for measles, mumps, small pox or varicella and ___ months against rubella
    one month, 3 months
  71. True or False. The use of jet injectors are used for routine immunizations
    False. It is prohibited unless authorized by the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
  72. How Principles does an HSS have?
    6
  73. What does HSS Stand for?
    Health Service Support
  74. The employment of medical forces in support of the warfighter.
    HSS
  75. How is the mission of the HSS accomplished?
    Through Preventive Medicine
  76. The medical plan must ensure that HSS resources in short supply are efficiently employed and used effectively to support the planned operations.
    Coordination
  77. The medical plan must shift HSS resources to meet changing requirements
    Flexibilty
  78. The medical plan must anticipate requirements for rapid movement of HSS units to support combat forces during operations
    Mobility
  79. What is METT-T
    Mission, Enemy, Terrain and weather, Troops and support available -Time available. (verbatim per instruction)
  80. How many patient beds and Operating Rooms does each surgical company contained?
    60 beds/ 3 O.R.s
  81. How many Platoons does each Surgical Company Contained?
    Six
  82. What has the Largest medical capacity of any medical ship in the Amphibious Task Force (ATF)?
    Casualty Receiving Treatment Ship.
  83. How many 12 hour shift staff are in the each operating room?
    2
  84. How many holding beds and operating rooms are they?
    260 holding beds and 9 operating rooms.
  85. How many surgical companies and shock trauma platoons, exist in medical battalion?
    3 Surgical Companies and 8 Shock Trauma Platoons.
  86. Blood donors treated for malaria in the past must wait ___ years from the date treatment was finished
    3
  87. Blood donors who visited malaria infested areas who were not treated for malaria must wait ____ to donate blood
    6 months
  88. Any person who is G-6-pd deficient has a risk of ______associated with taking primaquine.
    Hemolysis
  89. All Disease Alert Reports are submitted by _____ message
    Priority
  90. _________ is a screening test for the presence of chloroquine in the urine.
    Wilson-Edeson Test.
  91. The wilson-edeson test gives a ___% false negative
    15
  92. All navy-marine corps personnel must have documented ____ in their health record
    G6pd
  93. Placementof the DB thermometers may be in or out of the ventilation air stream but must be hung at least ____ feet from any supply ventilation terminal/opening.
    2 feet
  94. If a DB temperature exceeds the temperature, the space supervisor shall _______ the DB reading and immediately notify the watch supervisor (i.e. engineering officer of-the-watch (EOOW), division officer, etc).
    circle (in red)
  95. True or false. Noise-induced hearing loss is the Fleet’s number one occupational health hazard.
    True
  96. Approved emergency eyewashequipment shall be capable of flushing the eyes with potable water at aminimum flow rate of 0.4 gallons per minute for ____ continuous minutes.
    15
  97. Before reissue, non-corrective eye protection shall be sanitized with hot, soapy water and rinsed of all traces of soap or detergent.
    Eye protection equipment should then be immersed for 10 minutes in a disinfectant, rinsed, and airdried
  98. Teaching Facilities: Cut off and transfer inpatientrecords to NPRC __ years after the end of the calendaryear of the last date of treatment. Destroy __ yearsafter the end of the calendar year of last treatment
    5 and 50
  99. Inpatient and Outpatient Workload and Morbidity Reports, File original copy in individual's health care treatment record are destroyed when?
    Destroy when l year old.
  100. COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CASE FILES. Copies of records documenting control/prevention of communicable diseases maintained for reporting to cognizant military, federal, or state/local health authoritiesare destroyed when?
    Destroy when 5 years old.
  101. ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM TRACINGS are destroyed when?
    Destroy when l year old.
  102. Eligibility ends at age ___ unless the child is a full time student and then eligibility ends at age ____
    21,23
  103. Dependent parents and parents-in-law are only eligible for?
    Tricare plus
  104. Which program is the most flexible and is a fee for service option.
    Tricare standard
  105. Which program allows benefiiciaries to self refer to specialists.
    Tricare standard
  106. What is Tricare Prime?
    Managed care option, similar to a civilian HMO.
  107. In which three Overseas areas is Tricare Prime offered?
    Europe Pacific/ Latin America/Canada
  108. Who can use Tricare Extra?
    Eligible beneficiary, who is not active duty otherwise inrolled in Prime and not eligible for Tricare for Life.
  109. What is Tricare Standard?
    The basic TRICARE health programoffering comprehensive health care coverage for people not enrolled in Prime
  110. Standard offers?
    The greatest flexibility in choosing a provider. Involves greater out of pocket expense for the patient.
  111. Standard member are required to pay for?
    A yearly deductible Co-payments Medications Outpatient care Inpatient care
  112. What is Tricare for Life?
    A Medicare wrap around coverage
  113. Who is eligible for Tricare for Life?
    Medicare entitled uniform service retirees. (retired guard members and reservists) Medicare entitled familiy members and widows/widowers(dependant parents and parents-in-laws are excluded) Medicare entitled Congressional Medal of Honor recipents and their family members Certan medicare-entitled unremarried former spouses.
  114. Reserve Component members are eligible for Tricare Prime Remote if activated for more than_________ days?
    30
  115. Eligible Reserve Component members are entitled up to ______ days of Tricare benefits prior to moblization?
    90
  116. This is a premium based health plan for eligible Reserve Component members
    Tricare reserve select

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