Preventive Care

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1. Healthcare affected by medical errors is ___%.

  a. 12

  b. 22

  c. 32

  d. 42

2. ___% of medical errors are preventable.

  a. 40

  b. 50

  c. 60

  d. 70

3. To prevent medical errors, we need a culture of ___.

  a. prevention

  b. safety

  c. cooperation

  d. accuracy

4. Match medical needs with delivery ___.

  a. capacity

  b. willingness

  c. costs

  d. time

5. Facilitate ____ communication

  a. clear

  b. all

  c. oral

  d. basic

6. Use ___ standardized abbreviations.

  a. mainly

  b. only

  c. no

  d. some

7. Medication errors are the number ______ leading cause of death.

  a. 5

  b. 6

  c. 7

  d. 8

8. ___% of people are affected by medication error.

  a. 22

  b. 32

  c. 42

  d. 52

9. Medication orders should be given ___.

  a. verbally

  b. in writing

  c. in both verbally and writing

10. The key to reducing medical errors is to focus on ___.

  a. individuals

  b. medication delivery

  c. the system of delivery

  d. reporting

11. Medical errors are responsible for injury in as many a 1 out of every ___ hospital patients.

  a. 15

  b. 25

  c. 35

  d. 45

12. Identify all "high alert" drugs such as ___.

  a. opiates

  b. narcotics

  c. insulin

  d. all 3

13. There are ____ theories of sexual harassment.

  a. 2

  b. 3

  c. 4

  d. 5

14. The 2nd theory deals with a _____ environment of an unwelcome sexual nature.

  a. hostile

  b. unfriendly

  c. loose

  d. difficult

15. The 2nd theory includes sexually-oriented ___.

  a. jokes

  b. stories

  c. remarks

  d. all 3

16. If you feel that you are the victim of sexual harassment, take action ___.

  a. within 48 hours

  b. within 1 week

  c. within 8 hours

  d. immediately

17. If your behavior was unacceptable, ____.

  a. record it

  b. apologize for it

  c. talk about it

  d. note it

18. It is up to you to set ___ for appropriate and inappropriate behavior.

  a. boundaries

  b. limits

  c. examples

  d. policies

19. Anger is a ___.

  a. feeling

  b. action

  c. behavior

  d. thought

20. A good way to study your anger is with a ___.

  a. hostility test

  b. anger quiz

  c. hostility log

  d. hostility analysis

21. The causes of anger are mainly ___.

  a. external

  b. internal

  c. situational

  d. imaginary

22. Some positive anger tools are ___.

  a. distraction

  b. assertiveness

  c. listening

  d. all 3

23. You can raise your anger tolerance level by ___.

  a. giving some slack

  b. ignoring it

  c. fighting it

  d. recording it

24. Some hostile situations may be ___.

  a. laughed off

  b. prayed away

  c. mediated

  d. all 3

25. ___ remains the leading cause of preventable deaths.

  a. wrong eating

  b. tobacco

  c. lack of exercise

  d. inadequate sanitation

26. Physically inactive people are ___ times more likely to develop coronary heart disease as regularly active people.

  a. 2

  b. 3

  c. 4

  d. 5

27. To make water drinkable, add ___ drops of bleach per gallon of water.

  a. 4

  b. 6

  c. 8

  d. 10

28. If pit latrines are used, make them at least 2 feet wide and ___ feet deep.

  a. 2

  b. 3

  c. 4

  d. 5

29. Vitamin A deficiency is the leading cause of preventable ___ in children.

  a. blindness

  b. scurvy

  c. heart disease

  d. lung disease

30. ORT Formula per liter of water: 1/2 teaspoon of salt, q teaspoon of baking soda, ___ teaspoon of sugar.

  a. 2

  b. 4

  c. 6

  d. 8

31. Exercise lowers the risk of ___.

  a. heart attack

  b. cancer

  c. diabetes

  d. all 3

32. Which one does not deal with the heart?

  a. CPR

  b. EKG

  c. DCD

  d. MI

33. Stage 3 hypertension is ___.

  a. 140/80

  b. 160/90

  c. 180/110

  d. 200/130

34. In cancer, cells abnormally ___.

  a. divide

  b. get shorter

  c. shrink

  d. get longer

35. In diabetes, the body ends up with too much ___.

  a. insulin

  b. glucose

  c. hormones

37. Wash your hands after ______________.

  a. eating

  b. using bathrooms

  c. sneezing

  d. all 3

38. The germs on hands are removed by__.

  a. rubbing

  b. warm water

  c. soap

  d. all 3

39. Keep your hands away from your ___. Most germs enter there.

  a. eyes

  b. nose

  c. mouth

  d. all 3

40. One out of ___ persons do not wash their hands after using the bathroom.

  a. 2

  b. 3

  c. 4

  d. 5

41. The majority of flora on the hands is found around the ___.

  a. fingers

  b. palm

  c. fingernails

  d. wrist

42. Some viruses and bacteria live up to ___ hours on desks, doorknobs, and tables.

  a. 1

  b. 2

  c. 3

  d. 4

43. Prevention deals especially with ___.

  a. children

  b. youth

  c. children and youth

  d. adults

44. The goal of prevention in general is to reduce ___ behavior.

  a. harmful

  b. sinful

  c. criminal

  d. unethical

45. The basic prevention question is "What ___"?

  a. next

  b. if

  c. now

  d. will happen

48. In the Jewish tradition, prevention is the highest form of ___.

  a. service

  b. reform

  c. healing

  d. education

47. Prevention professionals ___ report unethical conduct.

  a. must

  b. may

  c. should not

  d. should

50. In the food pyramid, the base is ___.

  a. grains

  b. vegies

  c. protein

52. When shopping for groceries, first go to ___.

  a. breads

  b. freezer

  c. cereals

  d. produce

53. Dietary cholesterol is in ___.

  a. vegies

  b. meat

  c. olive oil

  d. nuts

57. Your BMI should be below __.

  a. 10

  b. 15

  c. 24

  d. 34

54. A quick stress relief is ___.

  a. coffee

  b. deep breathing

  c. alcohol

  d. sugary snacks

55. Long-term stress results in ___.

  a. alarm

  b. stressors

  c. fear

  d. illness

56. Changing the way you interpret events is called ___.

  a. evaluation

  b. stress

  c. reframing

  d. reforming

51. What we usually call stress is ___.

  a. eustress

  b. burnout

  c. distress

  d. adaption

58. Working where people argue much is a ___ stressor.

  a. acute

  b. chronic

  c. sequential

  d. alarm

59. The 3rd stage of the General Adaptation Syndrome is ___.

  a. alarm

  b. exhaustion

  c. resistance

  d. adaptation

46. Integrity often comes in conflict with ________.

  a. personal gain

  b. deception

  c. public trust

  d. all 3

49. A healthy diet would have ___ % fat.

  a. 5-10

  b. 10-15

  c. 15-20

  d. 30-40

60. The most common stress in the USA are problems with ___.

  a. money

  b. sex

  c. family

  d. work

36. Of the population with type 2 diabetes, ____% is overweight.

  a. 50

  b. 60

  c. 70

  d. 80