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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. Narcotic






2. Atrioventricular






3. A neurological test for upper motor neuron disease in which the patient holds their hands out; if their hands pronate - the test is positive






4. Use of therapeutic burning for wound repair






5. Substance easily excreted by the kidneys






6. Altered mental status; e.g. intoxicated - demented - delusional - unconscious






7. Normal saline






8. Recommend






9. Irritable bowel syndrome






10. Nitroglycerin






11. Male gonads






12. NSAID/muscle relaxant






13. Antibiotic






14. Pancreatic enzymes; included in the CMP; used to diagnose pancreatitis or internal injury






15. Urine in the blood






16. Liver function tests






17. Anti-coagulant






18. Blood pressure






19. On or near the midline






20. Joint pain






21. Cancer






22. A type of ectopy






23. Antibiotic






24. Gravid; number of total pregnancies; ex: G4






25. Date of birth






26. Intravenous






27. Ophthalmic medication






28. Status post






29. A vaginal swab test for microorganisms






30. Relating to the hip or ischium






31. Medical collateral ligament






32. Left lower quadrant of abdomen






33. A test performed during the Physical Exam in which a patient is asked to stand up and bounce down hard on their heels; pain indicates an intra-abdominal issue






34. Ear wax






35. Spontaneous abortion (miscarriage)






36. Normal sinus rhythm






37. Significant lab work; patients require admission






38. Sets of vital signs (blood pressure and pulse) taken from a patient as they are in a standing or supine positions; used primarily to diagnose hypovolemia






39. Motor vehicle collision (motor vehicle accident)






40. Diabetic medication






41. Atraumatic/normocephalic






42. Antibiotic






43. Blood urea nitrogen; elevated levels are markers for abnormal kidney functioning (b/c the kidneys filter urea waste product out of the blood)






44. Relating to the hip or ischium






45. Gastroesophageal reflux disease






46. Dorsalis pedis pulse






47. Painful urination






48. Pale skin






49. Pain control/sedation






50. Inflammation of kidney substance and pelvis