Chapter 4 & 5 Communication and Medical Terminology
This quiz is worth 10 points and includes questions from both Chapter 4 & 5.
1. Patient information which should NOT be included over radio transmission includes the patient’s _____________.
2. Effective communication is defined as ___________
The use of commonly recognized understandable language to send and receive information
Proper medical terminology during dispatch communications to report on complex medical situations
The use of communication centers to translate languages between patients and dispatch personnel
The process of sending and receiving information through dispatch personnel or between crew members
3. The main part of a word that conveys the body system, part, disease or condition being discussed is called the ______
4. The prefix “brady-“ before the root word “cardia” means a ________ heart rate.
5. The root/combining words “mamm” and “mast” are used to describe which part of the body?
6. Your patient is standing with his arms to his sides and his hands, feet, and head facing forward. He is in which position?
7. The soles of a patient’s feet are _______to the knees.
8. When you arrive at the scene, you find a patient lying in bed on her side. She is in which position?
9. Your diabetic patient is hypoglycemic. This means that her blood sugar is______.
10. The neck is considered to be _________ to the chest.
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