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

 

Question 1 of 50

1. Pregnancy gingivitis is inflammation of the gingiva during pregnancy and usually clears up after delivery.

Question 1 of 50

Question 2 of 50

2. Carcinomas are various types of:

Question 2 of 50

Question 3 of 50

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

Question 3 of 50

Question 4 of 50

4. Angina can be brought on by stress.

Question 4 of 50

Question 5 of 50

5. The proper term for "to stop bleeding" is:

Question 5 of 50

Question 6 of 50

6. Patients suffering from mental illness such as depression and bipolar disorder, are more likely to use/abuse drugs and alcohol than those who do not battle with these conditions.

Question 6 of 50

Question 7 of 50

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

Question 7 of 50

Question 8 of 50

8. We ask patients if they have taken a medication called "Phen-fen" as it has been known to cause:

Question 8 of 50

Question 9 of 50

9. Epinephrine is often contraindicated for patients with:

Question 9 of 50

Question 10 of 50

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

Question 10 of 50

Question 11 of 50

11. A pacemaker is usually surgically implanted:

Question 11 of 50

Question 12 of 50

12. Inhalers prescribed for asthmatics can cause xerostomia, bad breath, and ultimately periodontal disease.

Question 12 of 50

Question 13 of 50

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

Question 13 of 50

Question 14 of 50

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

Question 14 of 50

Question 15 of 50

15. Nitroglycerin is a:

Question 15 of 50

Question 16 of 50

16. Patients may experience failure of an artificial joint replacement if:

Question 16 of 50

Question 17 of 50

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

Question 17 of 50

Question 18 of 50

18. HIV stands for .

Question 18 of 50

Question 19 of 50

19. Tobacco use often causes:

Question 19 of 50

Question 20 of 50

20. Anti-anxiety medications are properly called:

Question 20 of 50

Question 21 of 50

21. A word that means "existing from birth" is:

Question 21 of 50

Question 22 of 50

22. Osteoporosis is of concern in the dental office as there is greater risk for:

Question 22 of 50

Question 23 of 50

23. The purpose of a pacemaker is to:

Question 23 of 50

Question 24 of 50

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

Question 24 of 50

Question 25 of 50

25. Diabetes can lead to:

Question 25 of 50

Question 26 of 50

26. Symptoms of Diabetes include:

Question 26 of 50

Question 27 of 50

27. Signs/symptoms of an asthma attack include:

Question 27 of 50

Question 28 of 50

28. The vitamin that helps with blood clotting is:

Question 28 of 50

Question 29 of 50

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

Question 29 of 50

Question 30 of 50

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

Question 30 of 50

Question 31 of 50

31. A sudden blockage or rupture of a blood vessel in the brain resulting in loss of speech, movement, or sensation for a period of 24 hours or longer is a:

Question 31 of 50

Question 32 of 50

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

Question 32 of 50

Question 33 of 50

33. Angina is:

Question 33 of 50

Question 34 of 50

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

Question 34 of 50

Question 35 of 50

35. Leukemia is cancer of the blood cells.

Question 35 of 50

Question 36 of 50

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

Question 36 of 50

Question 37 of 50

37. Cells that form bone are called:

Question 37 of 50

Question 38 of 50

38. Severe dry mouth is called .

Question 38 of 50

Question 39 of 50

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

Question 39 of 50

Question 40 of 50

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

Question 40 of 50

Question 41 of 50

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

Question 41 of 50

Question 42 of 50

42. The leading cause of Diabetes is:

Question 42 of 50

Question 43 of 50

43. Antiplatelet therapy is the use of medications that:

Question 43 of 50

Question 44 of 50

44. Symptoms of osteoporosis include:

Question 44 of 50

Question 45 of 50

45. Risk factors for a heart attack include:

Question 45 of 50

Question 46 of 50

46. The most common metal allergy is to:

Question 46 of 50

Question 47 of 50

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

Question 47 of 50

Question 48 of 50

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

Question 48 of 50

Question 49 of 50

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

Question 49 of 50

Question 50 of 50

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

Unselect

Gestational diabetes

Unselect

Diabetes Type II

Unselect

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

Unselect

Gestational diabetes

Unselect

Diabetes Type II

Unselect

Diabetes developed during pregnancy
Diabetes Type I

Unselect

Gestational diabetes

Unselect

Diabetes Type II

Unselect

Question 50 of 50


 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.