Why should broken appointments be noted on the patient's chart?
It is important to keep those things in a patient chart because it can be considered
contributory negligence. If a patients actions or lack there or negatively affect their
Informed consent is a process
The process of informed consent is not just signing a paper. Informed consent
means that a dentist is explaining to the best of his or her ability the condition that is
requiring the treatment as well as giving all possible t
Ch 19 Quiz Questions
The interproximal surfaces of the teeth.
So that the maxillary arch is parallel to the floor and the midline plane is
perpendicular to the floor
5. Interproximal caries
6. Size 3
Compare and Contrast
1. Steaming instruments in can take up to 30 min when the flash sterilization
only about 5 minutes.
2. Steaming in an autoclave give more room for bigger cassettes or instruments
where as the flash only allows for smaller things.
Case Study Mr John Miller
1. A sticker that indicates if the patient has a serious health issues that a doctor
should be aware of.
2. The alert stick would be located with the patients medical records.
3. Not necessarily but it should be something that is
Circumstances required for patient abandonment.
Abandonment in the dental field is considered when a dentist refuses practice
with a patient for now particular reason but this does not include not treating a patient
for a bias reason. This would include s
Anatomy Chapter 3-5 Study guide
Phospholipids- lollipop shaped phospholipid molecule has polar head that is charged and is
hydrophilic (water loving), and a nonpolar tail that is made of two fatty acid chains and is
hydrophobic (fear of water).
Pretest #2 - Cells, Tissues & Integument
1. The two main or most abundant components of the cell membrane are
a. lipids and carbohydrate
c. cholesterol and triglycerides
b. proteins and glycolipids
d. phospholipids and proteins
2. Extracellular and intrac
A and P
Chapter 3, Cells: The living units
a) 3 main parts
i) Plasma membrane
2) Detailed cell structure
a) PLASMA MEMBRANE
i) outer membrane
ii) Separates ICF and ECF
iii) FLUID MOSAIC MODEL-constantly chang