Exam 3 test review
1. Spinal cord injury
i. C4= diapghram
ii. T4= intercoastal examansion
iii. T10- umbilicus cough
c. Halo traction
i. Pin care bc high risk of infection
ii. Emergency = always have a wrench to loosen if needed
M: ch8, p141-152 (fluid/electrolyte/acid base balance/blood flow disorders)
BLOOD PRESSURE: moves large volumes of blood over long distances
o Flow into arterial tree, determined by vascular resistance
Collective size of small peripheral a
ACE INHIBITORS (-pril)
Blocks enzyme that
converts angio I to angio
II in lungs
Heart failure (stage B/C)
Reduces angio II levels
NASOPHARYNGEAL: hair filters, IgA immunoglobin secretion,
bacteriostatic nitric oxide
LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT
-ventilation, gas exchange
GLOTTIS/COUGH: aspiration protection
Sign, not a disease
Swellling, increased weight
Rate of filtration > rate of
Function impaired, pain,
arterial circulation impaired
Decrease in plasma
URINARY DRUGS AND DIURETICS
Blocks folate metabolism
Use against susceptible
aerobic bacterial species
Large volumes of blood over long distances
Small volumes over short distances
Determined by vascular resistance in flow towards arterial tree
Collective size of small peripheral arterioles
Chapter 7: Applications for Managing Institutions Delivering Healthcare
1. A financial information system (FIS) includes:
a. accounts receivable management, accounts payable management, and fiscal
Chapter 25: Health Policy and Informatics
1. The EHR incentive Meaningful Use criteria are adapted from work done by:
a. the National Quality Forum.
b. the National Priorities Partnership.
c. the Joint Commission.
d. the Institut
Chapter 21: Improving the User Experience for Health Information Technology
1. Your organization acknowledges that providers want to improve their user experience with
health information technology (IT) products. You wan
Chapter 24: Legal Issues, Federal Regulations, and Accreditation
1. Which healthcare professional is eligible to participate in the Medicare EHR Incentive
Chapter 9: Home Health and Related Community-Based Systems
1. Which payer is the largest for home health services?
a. Private insurance
b. Patients and families in the form of self-pay
As the larges
Chapter 17: Implementing and Upgrading an Information System Solution
1. Upon entering an order for two units of packed red blood cells into a computerized physician
order entry system, a dialog box is displayed stating that the
Chapter 29: Simulation in Healthcare Education
1. The best practice starting point for developing a simulation scenario is:
a. the equipment available.
b. the goals or objectives to be achieved.
c. the facilitators choice.
Chapter 12: Technical Infrastructure to Support Healthcare
1. Which item is an example of information we might find in an EHRs clinical data repository?
a. A physicians surgical schedule
b. The list of medications available in a
Chapter 4: Knowledge Discovery, Data Mining, and Practice-Based Evidence
1. Which measure is most important for evaluating the performance of classifiers, models that
predict class membership?
Root mean squared error (RMSE)
Chapter 18: Health System Downtime and Disaster Recovery
1. Which examples are natural disasters that could affect IT systems?
a. Bomb, flood
b. Earthquake, bomb, terrorist attack
c. Flood, earthquake, hurricane
d. Terrorist atta
Chapter 1: Introduction: The Evolution of Health Informatics
1. The historical roots of computer science can be traced to:
a. language development, especially English.
b. mathematics and engineering.
c. library science.
Chapter 11: Public Health Informatics
1. Which is not an activity of public health?
a. Direct clinical services
b. Disease outbreak management
c. Bariatric surgery because obesity is a national public health problem
d. Rat and mo
Chapter 23: Health Information Technology Governance
1. Who owns health IT governance?
a. The Chief Information Officer
b. The Chief Medical Information Officer
c. The Chief Executive Officer
d. The type of institution
Chapter 20: Patient Safety and Quality Initiatives in Informatics
1. An important component of the informatics infrastructure is:
a. establishment and adoption of standards to support semantic interoperability.
b. defined standar
Chapter 28: Informatics Systems and Tools for Educating Health Professionals
1. An example of a learning management system is:
Blackboard is one of the largest proprieta
Chapter 19: Privacy, Confidentiality, Security, and Data Integrity
1. Which definition most accurately describes privacy?
a. The means to ensure health record privacy and confidentiality
b. Accuracy and completeness of health inf
Chapter 8: Telehealth and Applications for Delivering Care at a Distance
1. Which government organization manages the largest telehealth program in the United States
as of this writing?
Department of Defense
Department of Ve