MIC 10 Exam 1 Spring 2010

MIC 10 Exam 1 Spring 2010 - MIC 10 Exam 1 (22 April 2010)...

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MIC 10 Exam 1 Page 1 MIC 10 Exam 1 (22 April 2010) Pre-Exam Instructions: - Please print your Name on your ScanTron. - Please bubble-in your Student ID Number and “Form A” on your ScanTron or Carly will kick you in the Stomach. Please remove all Papers, Notebooks and Electronic Devices from your Desk Top. Please turn-off your Cell Phone before putting it in your Backpack. Please close your Backpack. You may have Pencils, Pencil Sharpeners, Pens, Erasers, a Watch, Drinks, Munchies and one (1) Stuffed Animal or Action Figure on your Desk Top during the Exam. We will keep track of Time on the Board with our Exam-O-Chron™ This Exam is yours to keep so please feel free to underline, write, draw or mark on this Exam to your Heart’s Content. - We will not answer any Questions during the Exam. The Intent is to keep the Exam Room as Quiet and Relaxed as possible. If you think there is a Typo, please show us the Suspect Word or Phrase. If there actually is a Typo we will make an Announcement to the Class. We will not define or interpret any Words or Phrases during the Exam. Post-Exam Instructions: - Please Check your ScanTron carefully for Mistakes. - Please turn-in your ScanTron. - Please be considerate of other Students as you leave the Room. - Please do not discuss this Exam until you have left the Building.
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MIC 10 Exam 1 Page 2 1. The Code of Hammurabi outlined Government-Controlled Fees for Medical Treatments, as well as Government-Determined Malpractice Fees. Where was the Code of Hammurabi written? A. Ancient Egypt B. Ancient Greece (which includes Modern-Day Turkey) C. Ancient Rome D. Mesopotamia (Modern-Day Iraq) 2. The Eber ʼ s Papyrus is the first Mention of Triage. What is Triage? A. Triage (Latin for “to scrape”) is a Type of Cosmetic Nose Surgery that was extremely popular among Upper Class Ancient Egyptians. B. Triage (Latin for “three [cornered] Tent”) is an Area or a Tent located on the Battlefield where War Casualties were treated. C. Triage (Latin for “to sort”) is the separation of Diseases or Injuries into three Categories: Treatable (Immediately!), Treatable (Eventually but no Rush) and Not Treatable. D. Triage (Latin for “three”) is the separation of Diseases or Injuries into three Categories: I. Treatable, Physiological (referred to a Physician), II. Treatable, Psychological (referred to a Temple of Asclepius), and III. Not Treatable (referred to a Priest). 3. Patients would go to a Temple of Asclepius and undergo a Process termed “Incubation” that involved -- A. A drastic Change of Diet, the Administration of Herbal Medicine, and very limited Surgery. B. Sleeping in the Temple and waiting for Asclepius appear in a Dream to tell the Patient how to heal themselves. C.
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MIC 10 Exam 1 Spring 2010 - MIC 10 Exam 1 (22 April 2010)...

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