INTEGRIS Physicians Services PRE-EMPLOYMENT ASSESSMENT – Medical Assistant Name: Date: Match the medication to the classification: 1 Coumadin __________ A. Bronchodilator 2 Rocephin __________ B. Anticoagulant 3 Lotensin __________ C. Hormone 4 Zocor __________ D. Antibiotic 5 Lasix __________ E. Diuretic 6 Premarin __________ F. Antihypertensive 7 Albuterol __________ G. Lipid lowering agent Match the name brand to the generic: 8 Depo-estradiol A. __________ Triacminalone 9 Kenalog B. __________ Estradiol cypionate 10 Depo-medrol C. __________ Ceftriaxone 11 Rocephin D. __________ Methlepredisone Match the Do Not Use Abbreviations on the Left with the Correct Abbreviation on the Right: 12 QD A. __________ mL 13 1.0 mg B. __________ Daily 14 cc C. __________ 1mg 15 AD D. __________ Every other Day 16 QOD E. __________ Right Ear Nitroglycerin sublingual tablets can be given as follows: 1 tablet under the tongue every 17 5 minutes as needed for chest pain, with a maximum of 3 tables in a 15 minute period. A. True B. False 18 Heparin and Coumadin are exaples of: A. Analgesics B. Anesthetics C. Anticoagulant D. Enteric coated Mrs. Smith is currently taking Coumadin 2 mg daily. The doctor increases her to to 3 mg daily. Mrs Smith just got her 2 mg prescription filled and cannot afford another prescription at 19 this time. You should tell Mrs.Smith to: A. Take 2 of the 2mg tablets daily. B. Take 1 1/2 of the 2mg tablets daily. C. Take 3 of the 2mg tablets daily. D. Find away to get the 3mg prescription, after all, it isn't the doctors fault she can't afford the new one. Match the word to the correct definition: 20 Sublingual __________ A. Breathed in 21 Oral __________ B. Intramuscular 22 IM __________ C. On the skin 23 IV __________ D. Under the tongue 24 Inhalation __________ E. By mouth 25 Topical __________ F. Intravenous Match the abbreviation to the definition: 26 _____ Anterior thigh, upper outer arm A. Intramuscular abdomen, upper back under shoulder blades 27 _____ Vastus lateralis, deltoid, dorso-gluteal, B. Intravenous ventroguluteal 28 _____ Inner lower arm, upper chest, upper C. Interdermal back under shoulder blades 29 _____ Veins of arms and legs D. Subcutanous Antihistamines are frequently used for infections of the nose or sinuses, which are the 30 side effective of antihistamines therapy? A. Nasal stuffiness, vertigo, sleeplessness B. Nervousness purities decreased blood pressure C. Hair Loss, Nausea, dry mouth D. Drowsiness, dry mouth, disturbed coordination 31 To properly administer skin testing, which of the following routes is used? A. Subcutaneous B. Intradermal C. IM D. Topically When administering a FLU vaccine to a patient, you would prepare the injection by 32 obtaining an: A. Insulin syringe, 24G needle 3/8 of an inch B. Standard hypodermic syringe, 23G needle, 1-11/2 inch C. TB syringe, 24-26G needle, 3/8 to 5/8/ inch D. Standard hypodermic syringe, 24-26G, 3/8 to 5/8 inch Tall man lettering is upper and lower casing of drugs names, presenting portions of a 33 name in all capitals to visually distinguish if from other similarly named drugs. A. True B. False 34 Body areas to avoid when choosing the site for an injection are _________. A. Healthy muscle tissue B. Moles, birthmarks, warts, tumors, lumps C. Scar tissue D. Both B & C The doctor orders 80mg of Deop-medrol. You have 40mg/mL in the clinic. How man 35 mL's would you give? A. 1 B. 2 C. 8 D. ½ The doctor orders 2mL Decadron to be given. You have 2 bottles of Decadron on hand. 36 Decadron 4mg/mL and Decadron 8mg/mL. You should _________. A. Give the lowest dose and give 2mL of the 4mg/mL bottle. B. Clarify the doctor’s order. C. Give 2mL of the 8mg/mL. D. Tell the doctor to give it himself. 37 One of the uses of acetaminophen is to treat ___________. A. Hypertension B. Rapid pulse C. Fever D. Shallow respirations 38 The generic name of Motrin is ________________________ A. Indomethacin B. Ibuprofen C. Naproxen D. Salsalte The Doctor gives a patient the following prescription: Amoxicillin 250mg (#30) Sig: 1 tab p.o. three times a day until gone 39 How man days will the patient take the antibiotic? A. 4 days B. 2 weeks C. 7 days D. 10 days 40 Safety precautiions in preparation of medications include all the following EXCEPT: A. Check the label and expiration date B. Check for contamination C. Check is it a look a-like sound a- like medication D. Check and verify 2 patient identifiers (Name and Date of Birth) E. All of the above 41 Medication administration documentation includes all of the following EXCEPT: A. Medication name B. Site C. Lot number D. Side effects 42 Medication is still considered potent until _____________. A. The date stamped on vial. B. It becomes discolored. C. It becomes contaminated. D. All of the above. The appropriate length of time to have a patient wait after receiving an allergy 43 injections is ____ A. 5 minutes B. 15 minutes C. 2 hours D. 45 minutes 44 Eardrop medications should be given body temperature unless ordered otherwise. A. True B. False 45 How Man mL's are in 1 ounce? A. 5 B. 10 C. 60 D. 30 46 15 cubic centimeters and 15 mL are the same. A. True B. False 47 How many mL are in 1 teaspoon? A. 5 B. 8 C. 30 D. 25 You have a child in the office with a fever. The doctor orders you to give the child acetaminophen. You know the following facts: 1) the child weighs 40 lbs: 2) Acetaminophen is given 10mg per kg; 3) 2 lbs = 1kg; 4) Acetaminophen comes in 160 mg 48 per tsp. How many mg should the child have? A. 40 B. 20 C. 2 D. 200 49 How man tsp should the child receive? A. 1¼ B. 5 C. 1 D. 2 Mr. Peters called today complaining of a rash to his face and arms. He was seen in the office yesterday for bronchitis and was stared on an antibiotic. You should tell Mr. 50 Peters to ____________. A. Hang up the phone and call 911. B. It is to be expected. Advise him to use calamine lotion and tough it out. C. Stop taking the antibiotic. You will inform the physician. D. Continue with the medication for 2 more days, if a rash continues then come to the office. 10 Key Math Test: Addition 51 7,413.00 52 4,100.00 53 724.063 23,176.00 5,555.25 840.567 15.27 -3,125.00 78.224 346,789.00 1,965.42 -799.02 4,325.00 Subtraction 1.02 1.82 54 37 792.05 13.99 -28.759 1,668.32 8,913.23 76.00 13,425.76 87.88 24.00 Division Multplication 55 1,253,888.8/79 = ___________________ 56 57.32 x3.157 Percentages 57 70 is 20% of __________________________ 58 80% of $235.44 is ____________________________ 59 Find 20% of 5,360.00 __________________________ An insurance company will cover 80 percent of a $3,900 bill; the payment must pay the non- 60 covered portion. How much will the patient have to pay? ________________________ Mr. Smith has insurance with a $275 deductible. In addition, he pays 10 percent of the 61 remainder of the bill. His hospital bill is $1,500.00. What is his total payment? _________ 62 What is 47.8937 rounded to the nearest tenth? _______________________ Mr. Jones is being admitted to the hospital. His estimated hospital bill is $3,500 room and board; $750 laboratory; $250 pharmacy; $625 physical therapy; and $1,025 x-ray. His insurance will cover 80 percent. Mr. Jones must pay the non-covered portion. What will he 63 owe the hospital? ___________________ 64 Extentions: a) 23 units @ $10.95 ___________________________ b) 1000 unites @ $7.38 ___________________________ c) 586 units @ $0.37 ___________________________ d) 10 units @ $4.95 ___________________________ e) 895 unites @ $0.95 ___________________________ Total Mrs. Gray has Medicare which pays 100% of her hospital bill after she has met the $560 deductible. She has lsready apid the $250 toward the deductible. If her bill is $2,300, how 65 mich will she have to pay? ___________________________ a) $210 b) $310 c) $456 d) $31.10 66 Find 1% of $23,000. a) $0.02 b) $2.30 c) $23 d) $230 e) $2,300 Spelling Test -- Please check the box next to each word spelled correctly. If the word 67-84 is spelled incorrectly, write the correct spelling. Assistent Received Routinly Anisthesia Sincerily Definetely Reciepts Perscription Cancil Diarrhea Diognosis Refil Abdoman Alergic Cardovasular Cornary Gastronentistenal Medical Terminology -- Match the columns: 85 ADHD Urinanalysis 86 ICU Without 87 JCAHO Attention Deficity Disorder 88 UA Intensive Care Unit 89 W/O Biopsy 90 BX Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations Write the Medical Symbol 91 at 92 greater than 93 decrease 94 without 95 with Abbreviations 96 date of injury 97 no known injury 98 chest pain 99 rule out 100 temperature
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