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Scribe 101 Final Exam Prep Questions and Answers Latest Update vital signs are: A: signs that you're vitally alive B: A series of measures that give an overview of a patient's overall health C: T... he bare minimum amount of liveliness in a person D: A neon sign that says vital ✔✔Answer: B A series of measures that give an overview of a patient's overall health Heart rate is defined as: A: The rate that your heart is pumping blood B: The rate that you fall in love C: The rate that your blood goes all around your body and back in ✔✔Answer: A Blood pressure is defined as: A: the amount of stress that your blood is under B: the pressure at which blood is being pumped throughout your body C: The pressure at which that blood cells are made ✔✔Answer: B Which of the following is NOT a vital sign: A: Heart rate B: Blood pressure C: Respiratory rate D: Oxygen saturation E: Body weight ✔✔Answer: E Someone who is breathing really fast and short of breath is MOST likely: A: Tachycardic B: Tachypneic C: Bradycardic D: Bradypneic ✔✔Answer: B Someone who has smoked for many years and is short of breath is MOST likely: A: Hypertensive B: Hypoxic C: Hyperoxic D: Hypotensive ✔✔Answer: B A person who is very stressed while watching a scary movie is MOST likely: A: Tachycardic B: Tachypneic C: Bradycardic D: Bradypneic ✔✔Answer: A A sick child who has a fever for two hours likely has which temperature? A: 98.6 B: 102.5 C: 99.0 D: 97.9 ✔✔Answer: B Oxygen saturation is defined as: A: The saturation of oxygen in your lungs B: The saturation of oxygen in your blood C: How saturated blood is on your oxygen D: The rate of breaths per minute as measured in your fingertip ✔✔Answer: B True or False: Vital signs are usually measured in rate how many times a second is it happening ✔✔Answer: False Match the following patient complaints to the location the patient will likely be seen at: options: Urgent care clinic, Emergency Department, and Outpatient clinic 1. "I've had a sore and scratchy throat for a few days." 2. "I'm having severe chest pain and shortness of breath." 3. "I'm here for a regular check up for my diabetes." ✔✔Answer: 1. Urgent care clinic 2. Emergency Department 3. Outpatient clinic a 92 year old male presented to the ED without a heart rate and not breathing. He was successfully resuscitated in the Emergency Department, but he required a breathing tube( intubation) and is receiving oxygen through a ventilator. Where do you think he will go next? A: Urgent care clinic B: Inpatient C: Outpatient clinic ✔✔Answer: Inpatient Using your knowledge about medical termino [Show More]

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