NorCal – Module 3 – Week 1 – Part B: Health History Review

 

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1. How often should the patient's medical history be updated?

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2. The purpose of a pacemaker is to:

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3. The main issue of concern for a patient who is HIV positive is that they will:

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4. Phen-fen is no longer on the market, but was a popular drug years ago used for:

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5. A heart murmur is usually a life-threatening condition and often requires pre-medication of an antibiotic prior to dental treatment.

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6. HIV stands for .

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7. A depressant that is often used in dentistry that is contraindicated for patients suffering from depression is:

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8. Symptoms of Diabetes include:

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9. Reasons to take a thorough medical history in the dental office include:

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10. Radiation and chemotherapy treatment for cancers of the oral cavity and surrounding tissues could cause:

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11. Patients who have mitral valve prolapse may need:

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12. Osteoporosis can be treated with:

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13. The leading cause of Diabetes is:

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14. Periodontal disease is a common problem with patients suffering from type I diabetes.

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15. Pregnant women with periodontal disease are eight times more likely to have:

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16. Deep vein thrombosis is potentially life-threatening.

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17. Fungal infections, angular chelitis, viral infections, bacterial infections, ANUG, and aphthous ulcers are all common conditions of a patient suffering from:

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18. Antiplatelet therapy is the use of medications that:

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19. Nitrous oxide would be contraindicated for patients who:

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20. Epinephrine is often contraindicated for patients with:

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21. Cells that form bone are called:

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22. Blood in the soft tissue is known as a:

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23. A vaccine available given in 3 doses that OSHA requires all dentists to provide for their clinical staff is the:

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24. Which of the following statements about Asthma are TRUE?

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25. What is the first treatment protocol for leukemia?

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26. Signs/symptoms of an asthma attack include:

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27. Which drug would be used to treat anaphylactic shock?

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28. Anti-anxiety medications are properly called:

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29. Angina is:

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30. Various conditions that can lead to Congestive Heart Failure include:

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31. Which of the following statements are TRUE about Rheumatoid Arthritis?

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32. There is a direct correlation between high blood pressure, heart disease, strokes, and diabetes.

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33. The hardening of arteries is called:

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34. Most forms of arthritis are a natural part of aging.

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35. The use of an ultrasonic scaler is contraindicated for patients with:

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36. The vitamin that helps with blood clotting is:

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37. The reason that phen-fen is no longer on the market is because it is known to cause:

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38. Match each description with the correct type of diabetes.
Formerly known as Juvenile Onset Diabetes and is a systemic condition
Diabetes Type I

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Gestational diabetes

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Diabetes Type II

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Diabetes developed as a result of poor diet and lack of exercise
Diabetes Type I

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Gestational diabetes

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Diabetes Type II

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Diabetes developed during pregnancy
Diabetes Type I

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Gestational diabetes

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Diabetes Type II

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39. Nitroglycerin is a:

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40. Patients who may be on blood thinning medications may include those who:

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41. One of the first things you should do after seating a patient who has any type of heart issue is to:

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42. Type I Diabetes is more common than Type II Diabetes.

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43. Thrombocytes and platelets are the same thing.

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44. Insulin is a hormone produced in the:

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45. Arrhythemia is:

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46. If a patient has a heart murmur, it is possible that it could be caused from mitral valve prolapse.

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47. When compiling a patient's medical health history, it is appropriate to inquire about:

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48. If a patient has an artificial joint replacement, they will most likely be prescribed a/an:

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49. A pacemaker is usually surgically implanted:

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50. Epinephrine is always contraindicated for every patient who has or has had a heart condition of any kind.

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