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How is congestive heart failure treated?

  • Blood transfusion
  • Ventilator
  • Drugs
  • Outpatient
  • Rest

This stage is about being proactive with your career plans and being confident enough to begin following through with what you’ve decided.

  • Plan of Action
  • Self-Assessment
  • Career Exploration
  • Decision Making

Another TERM for thrombocytes

  • Platelet count
  • Hematocrit
  • Hemoglobin
  • White Blood Cells

How a person can develop self awareness ?

  • By having minimal understanding of self
  • By disregarding their strengths or weakness
  • By listening to yourself
  • Being Introspective and self-accepting

__________ is concerned with the study of social morality and philosophical reflection on its norms and practices.

  • Ethics

Based on the Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses, a nurse has a responsibility to which of the following:

  • CO Worker
  • People
  • Society & Environment
  • Profession and Practice
  • All of the choices

__________ refers to traditions or beliefs about right and wrong conduct

  • Morality

Which physician may specialize in pain management?

  • A pediatrician
  • A OB/GYN
  • A radiologist
  • An Anesthesiologist

A head to toe check of your body to identify any medical problems you may have:

  • physical examination

Chad is a pharmacist. What degree did he obtain?

  • Doctorate
  • masters
  • Medical degree
  • associates

Groups of tissues

  • Tissues
  • Cells
  • Organs
  • System

What do cardiologists treat?

  • Foot
  • Heart
  • Brain
  • Bones

Jayson is conducting an informational interview with Ms. Kath, a radiologic technologist. What step in making a health career plan is he doing?

  • Career Exploration
  • Plan of Action
  • Decision Making
  • Self-Assessment

Specialty mental health treatment settings include ​ (a) , ​ (b) , and ​ (c) units.

  • apediatric
  • apediatric
  • bgeriatric
  • cveteran specific

Virtue ethics for nursing is concerned with the character of individual nurses and seeks ways to enable nurses to develop character traits appropriate for actions that enhance wellbeing.

  • TRUE

What is the main focus of the article "How Health Care Workers Can Take Care of Themselves"?

  • a) Providing tips for managing stress in the workplace
  • b) Discussing the importance of work-life balance
  • c) Exploring strategies for self-care among health care workers
  • d) Analyzing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health care professionals

Science that studies the structure of the body.

  • anatomy

According to the article, one effective strategy for health care workers to manage stress is to practice M___________.

  • mindfulness

Which one of these jobs would be considered primarily diagnostic?

  • dental technician
  • radiologic technologist
  • Medical lab technologist
  • All of the above
  • Both of the Technologists

This is a state where an individual reacts to the situation in which there is a moral problem that seems to have clear solutions, yet we are unable to follow our moral beliefs because of external restraints. It can be evident by anger, dissatisfaction, frustration, and poor performance.

  • Moral Values
  • Moral Distress
  • Moral Philosophy
  • Moral Thoughts

A mass of cancer cells is called a:

  • tumor

How do you say "neurólogo" in english? (¿Cómo se dice neurólogo en inglés?)

  • traumatologist
  • neurologist
  • podiatrist
  • we

It is the first step in determining the health status.

  • Assessment
  • Diagnosis
  • Planning
  • Implementation

It is considered as the the Philosophical discussion of what is considered good or bad, right or wrong, in terms of moral issues

  • Moral Dilemma
  • Moral Philosphy
  • VIrtue Ethics
  • Moral Value

Procedure where surgeons remove a small piece of tissue to examine it for signs of cancer:

  • biopsy

According to the article, what are some effective ways to manage stress during a crisis or pandemic?

  • a) Staying informed but setting boundaries with media consumption
  • b) Focusing on things within your control and practicing gratitude
  • c) Engaging in stress-reducing activities such as hobbies or relaxation techniques
  • d) All of the above

What is HAINES?

  • High Arms in Endangered Spine

A life-threatening condition in which the heart twitches rapidly in an uncoordinated fashion:

  • Stroke
  • Heredity
  • Cancer
  • Angina pectoris
  • Fibrillation

The predicted demand for a specific profession is called _____ __________.

  • job security
  • job predetermination
  • employee predestination
  • job outlook

What system is composed of various structures and organs that ensure that the body is able to maintain its internal environment through the exchange of air in the lungs?

  • Respiratory system

​ (a) is the least restrictive of all admissions.

  • aInformal admission
  • Involuntary admission
  • Voluntary admission
  • Emergency admission

Cephalocaudal approach means

  • Head to Toe
  • Eyes to Ears
  • Hands to Feet
  • Face to Skin

Who is the best source of data?

  • Parents
  • Relatives
  • Client
  • Fiancee

This physician may operate and treat patients with eye diseases.

  • optician
  • ophthalmologist
  • optometrist
  • optical assistant

If you get an associate's degree in Nursing you went to school __ years.

  • 2

It is a brach of philosophy that is attentive to critical examination of assumption about FACTS & ARGUMENT

  • Philosophy of ATTITUDE
  • Philosophy of PRACTICE
  • Philosophy of KNOWLEDGE
  • Philosophy of POWER

“To listen for various breath, heart, and bowel sounds”

  • Inspection
  • Palpation
  • Percussion
  • Auscultation

Inflammation or irritation of a joint:

  • arthritis

Chips, candy, cola, ice cream are---------------food.

  • healthy
  • unhealthy

In ethics, we learned the nursing is a profession that deals with the most personal and private aspects of people’s lives

  • TRUE

What are the 7 rights in the Patients' Bill of Rights?

  • Information, coins, access, precipitation, respect, confidentiality, complaints
  • Measure height, check skin, listen to lungs, check muscles, check nervous system, check spine, test reflexes
  • Recommendations, research, preferences, understanding, explanation, reasons, thorough
  • Choice, information, access, participation, respect, confidentiality, complaints
  • Skilled, assisted, secondary, registered, applying, emergency, care

A phlebotomist draws _________ for lab tests.

  • blood

Psychiatric patients have which of the following rights: (SATA)

  • The right to be treated with dignity.
  • The right to be treated with dignity.
  • The right to informed consent.
  • The right to watch television
  • The right to confidentiality
  • The right to participate in planning their care.

If you are trying to reflect on your skills, abilities, and interest in planning for a health career, you are doing a _____________.

  • Career Exploration
  • Plan of Action
  • Decision Making
  • Self-Assessment

It is a spreading of infection by droplet nuclei or dust through air.

  • Droplet

Irregular heartbeats:

  • arrhythmia

You should see your dentist ----------------.

  • annually
  • twice a year
  • sometimes

Read the next question and choose the right short affirmative answer. (Lee la siguiente pregunta y elige la respuesta afirmativa correcta)Was he ill?

  • Yes, they were.
  • Yes, we are.
  • Yes, he was.

Which of the following is NOT a secondary source of data?

  • Family members
  • Significant others
  • Client's medical records or chart
  • Client

A data that refers to signs.

  • Subjective Data
  • Objective Data
  • Subjective/Covert Data
  • Objective/Overt Data

By eating breakfast, you can increase-------------------and can focus on your lessons.

  • height
  • weight
  • memory

Health career will make a difference in people’s lives.

  • TRUE

Who counts as a provider?

  • pharmacist
  • pharmacist
  • nurse
  • Ms.Garcia
  • doctor

What word is used to describe a cancerous tumor?

  • malignant

We get energy from-------------which the food we eat and drink.

  • calories
  • exercises
  • cells

This step requires you to search what career best suit to you.

  • Career Exploration
  • Plan of Action
  • Decision Making
  • Self-Assessment

Our body need small amount of it, we can get it from sea and it's in white color.----------------------

  • salt

Taking regular breaks and engaging in S_____-R_______ activities are recommended in the article for promoting self-care.

  • stress-reducing

Working in healthcare industry will enable you to stay connected with all the new advancements in medical technology, which will enable you to ensure every patient gets proper care.

  • TRUE

This disease is known as the "silent killer", because it frequently goes undetected. Caused by high blood pressure, or consistently measuring 140/90 or higher.

  • hypertension

Check 2 functions of the cell.

  • Circulation
  • Metabolism
  • Function
  • Ingestion

A doctor's opinion of the nature or cause of a medical condition.

  • Cancer
  • Outpatient
  • Diagnosis
  • Pediatrician
  • Neurologist

It is a reflection of an Individual’s cognitive evaluation of right and wrong, good and bad

  • Virtue Ethics
  • Moral Thoughts
  • Moral Values
  • Philosophy

Which is NOT a major risk factor for a heart attack:

  • High cholesterol
  • Smoking
  • Physical inactivity
  • Bronchitis
  • High blood pressure

The following are the steps in making a health career plan, except ___________.

  • Career Management
  • Plan of Action
  • Decision Making
  • Self-Assessment

The following are strategies to improve self awareness EXCEPT:

  • Develop your feelings vocabulary
  • Ask yourself why you do the things you do
  • Don't treat your feelings as good or bad
  • Neglect an awareness trigger

Which of the following are considered tenents of Virtue Ethics?(Note: Tenents means a principle, belief, or doctrine generally held to be true)

  • It provides a detailed account of moral character
  • It provides a rich account of moral goodness
  • It provides a plausible account of moral education
  • It provides a natural and convincing account of moral motivation
  • All of the choices

The spread of cancer from where it first develops to other parts of the body is called:

  • metastasis

A type of blood fat that considered as one of the “bad” forms of cholesterol along with LDL (cholesterol and triglycerides)

  • Cholesterol
  • Triglycerides
  • VLDL
  • LDL

Several organs working together.

  • System
  • organs
  • Cells
  • Tissues

The single most effective way to reduce the number of microorganisms on the surface of the skin.

  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Handwashing
  • Chain of infection
  • None of the above

True or False: The article highlights the potential impact of practicing self-care on patient outcomes.

  • TRUE

Between the classes you shouldn't move around and should stay on your seat.

  • true
  • false

Refers to the pressure inside the artery when the heart contracts and pumps blood through the body.

  • systolic pressure

Work in collaboration with doctors to care for patients

  • Dietitian
  • Registered nurse
  • Physical therapists
  • Clinician
  • Outpatient

It is an immediate help provided to a sick or injured person until professional help arrives.

  • Basic first aid

As a dynamic profession, nurses are faced with ethical choices that affects the profession itself

  • TRUE

The following are considered the focal virtue of a nurse EXCEPT:

  • Love
  • Integrity
  • Compassion
  • Discernment
  • Trustworthiness

Chest pain that occurs when an area of the heart does not get enough oxygen:

  • angina pectoris

True or False: According to the article, health care workers should prioritize their own well-being over patient care.

  • TRUE

Who is the doctor who works with the brain?

  • cardiologist
  • dentist
  • neurologist
  • pediatrician

A patient admitted under ​ (a) status has requested treatment for a mental health illness.

  • avoluntary
  • involuntary
  • emergency
  • crisis

Infectious disease about 100 x smaller than bacteria

  • virus

These are the measurement of the body's basic functions.

  • Temperature
  • Pulse Rate
  • Vital Signs
  • None of the above

What strategies are suggested in the article to promote self-care among health care workers? Choose the correct option.

  • a) Taking regular breaks and practicing mindfulness
  • b) Engaging in physical exercise and getting enough sleep
  • c) Seeking social support and connecting with loved ones
  • d) All of the above

Look at the picture and choose the correct option.

  • She is an ophthalmologist.
  • It is a ophthalmologist.
  • They are podiatrists.
  • She is a dermatologist.

Federally funded insurance program for people over age 65

  • medicare

Groups of cells

  • Cells
  • Tissues
  • Organs
  • All of the above

A disorder in which the immune system is overly sensitive to a particular substance:

  • allergy

What does moral realism argue?

  • moral values and moral facts exists, and are subjective and dependent of our perception of them
  • moral values and moral facts don't exist and are subjective
  • moral values and moral facts exist, and are objective and independent of our perception of them
  • moral values and moral facts don't exist and are objective and dependent of our perception of them

Write was / were in the blanks spaces: (Escribe was / were en el espacio en blanco)We _________ in the hospital yesterday.

  • were

Write was / were in the blanks spaces: (Escribe was / were en el espacio en blanco)I ________ sick.

  • was

The person who works with foot injuries is ___________.neurologist or podiatrist

  • podiatrist

When you choose fast food, you should choose ---------------.

  • chips and cola
  • hot dog with salad
  • fried chicken with soda

Right (correcto)Wrong (incorrecto)¿La siguiente oración está correctamente escrita?She were sick last month.

  • Right
  • Wrong

The Code of Ethics for Filipino Nurses was made after a consultation on October 23, 2013 at Iloilo City after accredited professional organizations decided to adopt a new Code of Ethics under the _________

  • RA 877
  • RA 9173
  • RA 9713
  • RA 778

Making friends and sharing your --------------------are good for your mental health.

  • feelings

A disease or diseases that persist for a long period or recur throughout life:

  • chronic diseases

What is the normal body temperature?

  • 36 - 37 degrees Celsius
  • 36.2 - 37.5 degrees Celsius
  • 36.5 - 37.2 degrees Celsius
  • All of the above

A data that refers to symptoms.

  • Subjective Data
  • Objective Data
  • Subjective/Covert Data
  • Objective/Overt Data

Another type of fat that causes hardening of the arteries.

  • Cholesterol
  • Triglycerides
  • VLDL
  • LDL

Which is a risk for cardiovascular disease you CAN control:

  • Heredity
  • Age
  • Smoking
  • Gender
  • Ethnicity

A walk-in client enters into the clinic with a chief complaint of abdominal pain and diarrhea. The midwife takes the client’s vital sign hereafter. What phase of midwifery process is being implemented here by the midwife?

  • Assessment
  • Diagnosis
  • Planning
  • Implementation

Refers to the pressure inside the artery when the heart is at rest and is filling with blood

  • Diastolic pressure

Can you still see a pediatrician after you turn 18?

  • [No Answer]

Body cells do not respond normally to insulin:

  • Allergy
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Histamine
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Type 1 diabetes

The components in Self-Assessment are strengths. weaknesses, hobbies, ______, skills, personal experiences and family income.

  • interests

This includes all available medical services, the ways in which individuals pay for their medical care, and programs aimed at preventing disease and disability.

  • Healthcare system

The argument that "It is good to help those in need, and the truth of this maxim will not change based upon different circumstances or perception" is an example of?

  • Naturalism
  • Realism

What healthcare professional is trained to manually adjust the spinal column?

  • cardiothoracic surgeon
  • a chiropractor
  • a neurologist
  • optometrist

True or False: The article suggests that health care workers should prioritize their own well-being over patient care.

  • TRUE

How many people suffer heart attacks in the US each year?

  • 500,000
  • 50,000
  • 1,000,000
  • 2,000,000
  • 200,000


  • neurologist
  • ophthalmologist
  • dermatologist
  • traumatologist

---------------is important for our skin and hair to be healthy.

  • Fat

This step allows you to discover your interest and strengths.

  • Plan of Action
  • Decision Making
  • Career Exploration
  • Self- Assessment

_____________ is a branch in philosophy that studies the nature and types of values. It came from the Greek word means worth or worthy

  • Axiology

Choose the right option:Verb TO BE in the past simple:

  • doing / were
  • was / am
  • am / are
  • was / were

A person who likes to take risks and opens their own business is called an:

  • entrepreneur
  • Multitasker
  • technician
  • diplomat

All of the following are the components of nursing/midwifery health history, except:

  • Biographic data
  • Lifestyle
  • Chief complaint
  • Nursing/Midwifery Process

The article suggests that health care workers should establish B___________ with media consumption during crises or pandemics.

  • boundaries

This step allows you to collect and organize all available information or resources what is on the top list.

  • Self-Assessment
  • Career Exploration
  • Decision Making
  • Plan of Action

It is defined as “the use of the senses of vision, smell and hearing to observe the normal condition or any deviations from normal of various body parts.”

  • Inspection
  • Palpation
  • Percussion
  • Auscultation

The article emphasizes the importance of health care workers seeking social S______ from their colleagues and loved ones.

  • support

Type of airway obstruction wherein the patient can no longer cough or breath, clutches the neck and has bluish skin color.

  • severe airway obstruction

Which of the following describes naturalism?

  • claims that the only things that exist are those that would appear in the scientific picture of what exists
  • claims that the only things that exist are those that wouldn't appear in the scientific picture of what exists
  • claims that the only things that exist are natural to us
  • claims that morality should go back to basics

A person who cleans teeth is a Dental

  • hygienist

A disease in which the body's ability to use glucose is impaired:

  • diabetes

Another word of Gym class is--------------.

  • PE

Other than the WHO, what is one example of an international health organization?

  • The united nations

If you eat too much of sodium, it may lead to increase your-------------------.

  • temperature
  • body weight
  • blood pressure

How long do we need to hand wash? (in seconds)

  • 15 - 20 seconds
  • 30 - 40 seconds
  • 40 - 60 seconds
  • None of the above

A person that produces little or no insulin, accounts for about 5-10 of all cases.

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Histamine
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Type 1 diabetes

Give at least one benefits of using nursing/midwifery process

  • Continuity of Care

Who sends you to a specialist?

  • [No Answer]

An assessment performed within a specified time on admission.

  • Initial Assessment
  • Emergency Assessment
  • Problem focused Assessment
  • Time lapsed Assessment

The bacterium known as strep throat (spelling counts):

  • streptococcus

Two primary goals of emergency psychiatric care are ​ (a) and ​ (b) .

  • atriage
  • atriage
  • bstabilization

This refers to an individual’s plan to make a career choice.


According to the article, why is self-care important for health care workers?

  • a) It helps prevent burnout and improves job satisfaction
  • b) It enhances productivity and efficiency at work
  • c) It reduces the risk of medical errors and improves patient care
  • d) All of the above

Which of the following statements best summarizes the main message of the article?

  • a) Health care workers need to prioritize self-care to maintain their well-being and provide better patient care.
  • b) Self-care is a luxury that health care workers cannot afford due to their demanding schedules.
  • c) The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for increased government support for health care workers.
  • d) Health care workers should seek alternative career paths to reduce stress and improve work-life balance.

It is a rapid assessment done during any physiologic crisis of the client to identify life threatening problems.

  • Initial Assessment
  • Emergency Assessment
  • Problem focused Assessment
  • Time Lapsed Assessment

Place the following types of mental health care from least restrictive to most restrictive.

  • Primary care
  • Community mental health centers
  • Intensive outpatient programs
  • Emergency care
  • State hospital

How are cancers named?

  • After people's names who discovered them
  • According to the part of the environment responsible
  • After the gene that caused the cancer
  • According to the part of the body where it first develops
  • After people's names, like Hurricanes

Pays for a major part of an individual's medical expenses:

  • health insurance

Give one example of a long term care facility

  • skilled nursing facilities

Which is NOT a possible effect of a stroke?

  • Pressure in the chest
  • Brain damage
  • Death
  • Paralysis

What is FBAO?

  • Foreign Body Airway Obstruction

It is when you analyze and reflect on all the pieces of information about yourself and your carefully collected career options together as best as possible.

  • Self-Assessment
  • Career Exploration
  • Decision Making
  • Plan of Action

Primary physical and chemical barrier against pathogens:

  • skin

Prescription medicine that inhibits or kills bacteria:

  • antibiotics

_Select ALL the warning signs of a stroke:

  • Sudden weakness or numbness of the face
  • Sudden weakness or numbness of the face
  • Sudden, severe headache
  • Sudden loss of vision, particularly in one eye

Which of the following are the methods of data collection?

  • Interview
  • Observation
  • Examination
  • All of the above

Cancer-causing agents found in the environment:

  • carcinogens

According to Gallup's annual poll, NURSES are once again the most trusted, honest and ethical professionals for the past _______ years.

  • 14

TRUE or FALSE : Becoming more aware of one’s own value is important step in being able to make clear thoughtful decisions

  • TRUE

The action of working with someone to produce or create something.


TRUE or FALSE : "Ethical Theories explains values and behavior related to cultural and moral norms"

  • TRUE

The study of disease among populations:

  • epidemiology

Who is the doctor who works with teeth?

  • cardiologist
  • dentist
  • neurologist
  • pediatrician

What happens if you take out a student loan for college and then drop out?

  • It will be more difficult for you to get your education if you decide to go back to school
  • you end up with bad credit
  • You will end up paying for your education regardless
  • all of the above


  • podiatrist
  • dermatologist
  • otolaryngologist
  • gastroenterologist

Choose the right option. (Elige la opción correcta)

  • He is a podiatrist.
  • He are a gastroenterologist.
  • He is a cardiologist.
  • We are friends.

A period of isolation imposed on people who may have been exposed to an infectious disease:

  • quarantine

What is a patient?person who _____ health services(pick one)receives or gives

  • receives

Its function is to protect and support the internal structures and organs of the body.

  • Respiratory System
  • Circulatory System
  • Musculoskeletal System
  • Endocrine System

Inpatient psychiatric units are designed to ensure what?

  • safety

A person admitted to a clinic for tests or treatments that do not require an overnight stay.

  • outpatient

Skipping meal and fasting are good ways to control body weight.

  • true
  • false

TRUE OR FALLSE : "There are no apparent absolute rules governing ethics"

  • TRUE

How long does a family physician go to school after high school to earn his or her degree?

  • 4 years
  • 11 years
  • 12 years
  • 8 years

There are limited benefits associated with working in the healthcare industry.

  • TRUE

A hardening of the arteries, develops when arteries lose their elasticity:

  • arteriosclerosis

The number of breaths a person takes per minute.

  • Respiration rate
  • pulse rate
  • blood pressure
  • temperature

A sudden disruption of blood flow to part of the brain:

  • Stroke
  • Heart Attack
  • Fibrillation
  • Hypertension
  • Angina Pectoris

Why is it important to find a job that really interests you?

  • So you will find satisfaction in what you do.
  • So you will make lots of money
  • So you will be a good citizen
  • So you will have a uncomplicated life.

What does a emergency medical technician and Nurse aide have in common?

  • They have an associate's degree
  • They are certificate programs
  • They have nothing in common
  • They both work in nursing homes.

A disease in which fatty substances, including cholesterol, build up inside the artery walls.

  • Aneurysm
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Angina Pectoris
  • Hemorrhage
  • Fibrillation

Jose works at the CDC and recently investigated an outbreak of Polio. What is he?

  • a RN
  • A OB/GYN
  • An epidemiologist
  • A EMT

A group of diseases that involves rapid, uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells.

  • cancer

Which of the following characteristics apply to the outpatient mental health setting? (SATA)

  • Intermittent supervision
  • Intermittent supervision
  • Stable level of functioning
  • Long-term therapeutic relationships

How many people die from heart attacks each year?

  • 1,000,000
  • 100,000
  • 5,000,000
  • 500,000
  • 1,500,000

What is an aneurysm?

  • When some of the tissue in the heart doesn't receive it's normal blood supply and dies
  • Brain damage that can affect speech, comprehension, behavior and memory
  • Paralysis on one side of the body
  • A blood-filled weak spot that balloons out from the artery wall
  • Pain spreading to the shoulder, neck or arms

Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a potential stressor for health care workers in the article?

  • a) Long working hours and irregular schedules
  • b) Emotional demands and dealing with patient suffering
  • c) Limited resources and high workload
  • d) Supportive work environment and teamwork

To explore health career, you may conduct interview or read health-related articles.

  • True
  • False

This type of stroke occurs in the cerebrum, the main portion of the brain:

  • cerebral hemorrhage

Jana went to UNC-G for her Nursing degree. What type of degree did she earn?

  • bachelor's degree

Health practitioners does not require strong focus and the ability to multitask continuously.

  • TRUE

A record of your past and present health, as well as family history

  • medical history

Structured aspects of the milieu include which of the following: (SATA)

  • Activities
  • Activities
  • Rules
  • Meals
  • Reality orientation

It provide direction and meaning to life and a frame of reference for integrating, explaining, and evaluating new experiences, thoughts and relationships

  • Belief
  • Virtue
  • Value
  • Morality

What is the normal respiration rate of an adult?

  • 12-20 cpm
  • 10-12 cpm
  • 15-18 cpm
  • none of the above

Which regulatory agency is responsible for publishing National Patient Safety Goals?

  • American Nurses Association
  • Teamsters
  • Joint Commission
  • Ohio Board of Nursing

Refers to protective clothing designed to protect the wearer's body from injury and/or infection.

  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Handwashing
  • Chain of infection
  • None of the above

Don't listen to --------------------music.

  • loud

Which of the following is TRUE?

  • Men and from Mars, Women are from Venus
  • Men are more likely to have a heart attack, women more likely to have a stroke
  • Men are more likely to have a stroke, women are more likely to have a heart attack
  • Smoking and drinking lower your risk of heart attack and stroke
  • Stress levels don't affect risks of cardiovascular disease

Branch of biology that deals with the normal functions of living organisms and their parts.

  • physiology

Type of airway obstruction wherein the patient can still cough or talk and has good air exchange.

  • mild airway obstruction

Which job would be considered part of the environmental healthcare cluster?

  • a nursing assistant
  • a pediatrician
  • a anesthesiologist
  • a central supply technician

This is referred to as “bad” cholesterol that too much of it raises risk of heart attack, stroke, and atherosclerosis.

  • Cholesterol
  • Triglycerides
  • VLDL
  • LDL

Prioritizing self-care can lead to improved W___-B____ and better patient outcomes, according to the article.

  • well-being

A type of Planning that is done by all the nurses-midwife who work with the client.

  • Initial Planning
  • On-going Planning
  • Discharge Planning
  • All of these

These doctors take care of most people's routine medical needs.

  • primary care physician

You should limit your screen time-------------------to keep healthy.

  • 2 to 6 hours
  • 3 to 6 hours
  • 2 to 5 hours

A systematic problem-solving approach used to identify, prevent, and treat actual or potential health problems and promote wellness.

  • Body Mechanics
  • Communication
  • Midwifery Process
  • Evaluation

A self awareness tool that uses a framework for understanding conscious and unconscious bias that can help increase self-awareness and our understanding of others.

  • Wheel of Life
  • D.I.S.C Personality
  • Johari's WIndow Model
  • None of the above

Is the force of the blood pushing against the artery walls.

  • Respiration rate
  • temperature
  • pulse rate
  • blood pressure

Which of the professions makes the most money?

  • Paramedic
  • Dentist
  • Registered Nurse
  • Medical Record Administrator

(ARRANGE IN ORDER AND IN BOLD LETTER)The 4 important steps in Health Career Planning are:


What is the measurement of the heart rate, or the number of times the heart beats?

  • 50-90 bpm
  • 50-100 bpm
  • 60-90 bpm
  • 60-100 bpm

When you go out in summer, you should wear-------------------and long sleeves.

  • sunscreen

True or False: The article suggests that self-care is a luxury that health care workers cannot afford due to their demanding schedules.

  • TRUE

According to the article, what is the potential impact of practicing self-care on patient outcomes?

  • a) Improved patient satisfaction and trust in the health care system
  • b) Reduced medical errors and improved quality of care
  • c) Increased compliance with treatment plans and better health outcomes
  • d) All of the above

We discussed about the virtue continuum. What is the EXCESS of Humility?

  • Idolatry
  • Strictness
  • Degradation
  • Pride

Give one example of how technology has improved healthcare:

  • the internet

Which is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease you CANNOT control?

  • Stress
  • Diet
  • Heredity
  • Physical Activity
  • Monitoring blood pressure
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