Chapter 6: review
1. graphic sheet
3. anesthetic agents
4. pre and postoperative diagnoses
Working In The Danger Zone
There's no way to avoid it: All food, in order to be prepared, cooked and served, must enter that
temperature range between 41 and 135F, where illness-causing bacteria can grow.
Your job is to:
PYRAMID LIFE INS. CO.
v. MASONIC HOSP.
191 F.Supp. 51 (1961)
ASS'N OF PAYNE CTY
United States District
Court W. D. Oklahoma.
February 8, 1961.
Plaintiff, a citizen of Kansas, issues, among other types,
policies of insurance covering hospital, doctors' and
741 A.2d 199 (Pa.Super.,
Mrs. Duttry was under the care of Dr.
Patterson and Patterson Surgical
Associates when she underwent surgery
for esophageal cancer.
She claimed that a leak later occurred
along the surgical site which d
One Small Cut
Dr. Contadina is a primary care physician
in a Metropolitan area at a large, not-forprofit, integrated health care system.
On average, she sees several patients a
day from a variety of backgrounds who
come in with an assortment
Think about a restaurant where you recently ate or worked. Was the hot food hot and the cold
food cold? Did the ser
1. The Types of patient records covered are undergoing treatment for certain illnesses, such
as substance abuse or mental illness, or in nonacute care setting, such as the patients
home, are subject to legal requirements that differ from those
1. Difference between confidential information and nonconfidential information are:
confidential information (e.g., clinical data) is distinguished from nonconfidential
information by the fact that the information is made available by the patie
11. Protected health information
12. privileged communication
13. breach of confidentiality
14. paper-base, or verbally
15. patient authorization
16. Civil monetary penalties of $