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Scribeamerica Training Basics

Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Up-to-date






2. Turning of the palm or foot inward






3. After meals ('post cibum')






4. Diabetic medication






5. Prior to arrival






6. A test for meningitis in which the supine patient raises their leg to a 90 degree angle - then attempts to extend the knee; if the patient cannot extend the knee beyond 135 degrees due to pain - the test is positive






7. Diabetic medication






8. Hemoglobin and hematocrit






9. Anti-reflux






10. A vaginal swab test for microorganisms






11. Antibiotic






12. Wave change descriptors include elevation - depression - flattening - flipped






13. Pus or serum production






14. Left upper extremity






15. Cerebrovascular accident ('stroke')






16. Mid to lower back pain often due to a kidney abnormality






17. Important for osmoregulation






18. 4 HPI - 2 ROS - 8 Physical Exam






19. A urine test for the HCG pregnancy hormone






20. Joint pain






21. Nausea - vomiting - diarrhea






22.






23. Blood sugar






24. Small red spots on the skin






25. Difficulty breathing - or shortness of breath






26. Anterior and posterior






27. Tenderness






28. Within normal limits






29. 6






30. Bottom of internal surface of a hollow organ






31. Prothrombin ('INR') time/partial thromboplastin time; coagulation tests for bleeding disorders






32. Pulmonary embolism






33. Fibrous tissue connecting bones






34. A neurological test for cerebellar function (e.g. balance - coordination) in which the patient drags their heel up and down their shins






35. Urine analysis






36. A serous-filled - blister-like elevation of the skin






37. Signs of excess glucocorticoid hormone; resembling Cushing's syndrome






38. Ventricular fibrillation






39. An EKG interval; abnormality may be described as poor R wave progression or short PR interval






40. Vital signs






41. Every hour ('quaque hora')






42. An exam for eye trauma or infection; the cornea is stained with fluorescein dye and observed under a blue fluorescent light






43. Post; after






44. Marijuana






45. Gout medication






46. Disease






47. Left lower extremity






48. Hives; itchy spots that are redder or paler than the surrounding skin






49. Right upper lobe (of lung)






50. Adverse drug reaction