Test 3 Study Guide
I have provided you with a study guide to help you prepare you for Test 3. There are 30
questions. You need to know more than just definitions. This guide is not designed to tell you
exactly what is on the test. For instance y
Submitted by Cannedy, Johanna (JOHCANNEDY) on 9/30/2012 5:15:59 PM
Which of the following computerized system is designed to help coders to select the appropriate
codes for diagnosis(es) and proc
nna (JOHCANNEDY) on 10/5/2012 12:19:45 AM
Patient monitoring systems include all of the following except:
B) oxygen saturation rates
C) vital signs
D) fetal monitoring
Notes for microbiology class 3/30:
Lymphocytes to help kill pathogens in the bodyB cells (mature in the bone marrow) and T cells
(mature in the thymus)
Humoral response: anything that helps in the antibody, anti response?
Cell mediated are both b and t
What secretes it
What triggers its
What does it do?
cells in the afferent
Anatomy of the Brain
A. Two hemispheres connected by corpus callosum (deep bridge of nerve
B. Surface ridges are called convolutions or gyri
C. Convolutions are separated by two kinds of grooves.
1. Sulci are shallow grooves
Born in 1724 in Knigsberg, Prussia
Attended a school run by the Pietists, a sect of the Lutheran church
Enrolled in the University of Knigsberg in 1740 where he studied theology, philosophy,
math, physics, and medicine
Became a private tutor
The Urinary System and Its Functions
The urinary system has four main structures: kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Together,
they make up our primary waste removal system. Our kidneys filter about 400 gallons (1,400
liters) of blood every single da
LESSON 7: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
The process by which food substances are changed into forms that can be
absorbed through cell membranes.
Slide 17-2 Functions of the Digestive System
Birth Control Methods
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Study guide for Urinary System Chapter
1. Know the definitions on the handout titled Important Terms for Understanding Physiology of Urine
2. Know whether or not the following methods of transport are passive or active: simple diffusion,
List manager window
Forms manager window
3. Forms are static, forms may include check boxes, drop down lists, forms can control
which findings are required and which are optional every question on a form does not
have to be answered for every visit.
by Cannedy, Johanna (JOHCANNEDY) on 10/10/2012 9:44:23 AM
Which of the following is not a component of EHR?
A) Clinical messaging
B) Personal health record
C) Coding data
D) CPOE (Computerized Pro
Submitted by Cannedy, Johanna (JOHCANNEDY) on 11/29/2012 9:28:53 PM
The role that works with patients to translate their patient information is the data navigator role.
Submitted by Cannedy, Johanna (JOHCANNEDY) on 4/29/2012 9:34:54 PM
The role of CCHIT is to accredit standards used in the EHR.
Correct Answer(s): False
Study guide for Water, Acids, Bases Chapter
1. Fill in the outline for the Introduction to Acid/Base Balance handout as part of this assignment. Be
sure and study it carefully, because any material on this outline could be asked about on the exam.
Summary of Common Sexually Transmitted Infections
from penis or
SP2012 Professor Brown
HITT 1211 Computers in Healthcare
TEST 2 STUDY GUIDE
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