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When drawing blood, always have the patient make a ___________________ - fist When performing an EKG (ECG), the ______lead is placed on the shoulder. – black When giving a (PPD) purified protein... derivative injection or TB test, the CMA should draw up _______of vaccine into the syringe. – 0.1 ml The CMA has many duties. Just a few include performing venipuncture, giving injections, taking vital signs, doing paperwork, but NEVER _____________. – giving medical advice. A common side effect of a patient taking Coumadin or Warfarin is a __________ (bruise). – hematoma A ___________infection, also known as a Hospital Acquired Infection or HAI, is an infection whose development is favored by a hospital environment, such as one acquired by a patient during a hospital visit or one developing among hospital staff. Such infections include fungal and bacterial infections and are aggravated by the reduced resistance of individual patients. – nosocomial A _________ (or butterfly) is used for patients with fragile veins. – winged infusion set _____________ position is most vital for patients whose BP drops rapidly. – Trendelenberg ____________ is a surgical fixation of a segment of the small intestine to the abdominal wall. – Enteropexy _____________is a condition in which the lens of the eye loses its ability to focus, making it difficult to see objects up close. The CMA should escort this patient and lead them since their vision has been compromised. – Presbyopia The 10 rights (R')s of medication administration are: - 1) RIGHT Patient 2) RIGHT Medication 3) RIGHT Dose 4) RIGHT Time 5) RIGHT Route 6) RIGHT Education 7) RIGHT to Refuse 8) RIGHT Assessment 9) RIGHT Evaluation 10) RIGHT Documentation When performing CPR, the CMA should do at least __________ compressions per minute. _____ to ________ compressions per second. – 100 compressions per minute. 1 to 2 compressions per second. The __________position is the best position to put a patient in to obtain a rectal temperature. – Sims' A patient with TB should be in ___________precautions. – airborne Infectious agents move from the source to the host by means of "_________________" – mode of transmission Please list the 6 elements in the Chain of Infection: - 1) Susceptible Host 2) Infectious Agent 3) Reservoir 4) Portal of Exit 5) Mode of Transmission 6) Portal of Entry __________ (Material Data Safety Sheets) is a vital component of OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration). – MSDS ________pulse is used in determining the heart rate of infants. [Show More]

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