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07/10/2013

Today's Questions:
Chapter 6: Anatomy and Physiology

1. Bones of the cranium include which of the following?

2. The axial skeleton is composed of which two regions of the skeletal systems?

3. The upper three ribs on each side are known as which of the following types?

4. The concavity into which the head of the humerus articulates is called the?

5. The innominate bone is composed of three parts that are united in adults to form a cuplike structure called the?

Answers will be posted later today.

07/10/2013

Answers to yesterday's questions:

1. Nucleus
2. Columnar
3. Sweat glands
4. Phosphorus and calcium
5. Short

07/09/2013

Today's Questions:
Human Anatomy and Physiology:

1. The portion of a cell containing all the genetic material important in the cell's reproduction is called the ?

2. The secretion of digestive fluids and the absorption of digested foods and liquids is the chief function of which tissue?

3. The body's primary thermo-regulatory action is a function of dilating and contracting blood vessels and the?

4. Which of the following are the two most prominent mineral elements of bone?

5. The bones of the wrist are classified as which of the following bones?

Answers will be posted by 1300.

07/08/2013

Answer's to today's questions:

1. Laterally
2. Supine
3. Digestion
4. Diffusion
5. Self-regulated control of the body's internal environment.

07/08/2013

Today's Questions: Chapter 6 Anatomy and Physiology

1. When the body is in the anatomical position, the thumbs point?
2. A person lying on his/her back is in what position?
3. The physical and chemical breakdown of the food we eat is called?
4. The transfer of fluids across the plasma membrane of a cell from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration is a process known as?
5. Homeostasis is defined as?

Answers will be posted by 1300 today.

07/02/2013

4-30. Dental Exam Forms should be filed in which section of the NAVMED 6150/21-30?

1. Back of center page (Part III)
2. Front of center page (Part II)
3. Inside back cover (Part IV)
4. Inside front cover (Part I)

4-31. Where is the Forensic Examination form located in the NAVMED 6150/21-30?
1. Inside back cover (Part IV)
2. Back of front page (Part I)
... 3. Back of center page (Part III)
4. Front of center page (Part II)

4-32. The most current Dental Treatment Form, EZ603A is filed in which section of the NAVMED 6150/21?
1. Back cover
2. Front cover
3. Inside back cover (Part IV)
4. Inside front cover (Part I)

4-33. When using the terminal digit filing system, how many equal sections are the central files divided into?
1. 100
2. 200
3. 300
4. 50

4-34. All forms documenting patient care placed in the NAVMED 6150-21/30 will contain which of the following patient information?
1. FMP and sponsor’s SSN
2. Name- last, first, middle initial
3. Sponsor’s branch of service and status
4. All of the above

4-35. Which of the following NAVMED Forms is the Health Record Receipt?
1. NAVMED 6150/1
2. NAVMED 6150/6
3. NAVMED 6150/7
4. NAVMED 6150/8

4-36. Sequential bitewing radiographs should be filed in which section of the NAVMED 6150/21-30?
1. Back of center page (Part III)
2. Front of center pager (Part II)
3. Inside back cover (Part IV)
4. Inside front cover (Part I)

4-37. What is the maximum time allowed for the retention of loose treatment forms?
1. 3 months
2. 6 months
3. 1 year
4. 2 years

07/02/2013

Chapter 5: Medical Records
1. Which inventory is required on items with a relatively high turnover rate?

2. What is the DD Form 1348?

3. What term describes the act of obtaining materials or services?

4. Which division administers the command’s property utilization and disposal program?

5. How many volumes does NAVSUP P-485 manual contain?

6. What is the acronym NAVMEDLOGCOM?

7. Minor Personal Property has acquisition cost greater than_____ and less than ____?

8. Who has primary responsibility for comprehensive management of medical equipment within a treatment facility?

9. Contingency Supply Block consists of?

10. What do Gypsum products include?

Please log back in at 1600 today for the answers......

06/11/2013

Today's Questions from Chapter 2 Expeditionary Healthcare Administration

1. What is used to record readings of daily residual chlorine and bromide levels and weekly bacteriological examinations?

2. What are two types of directives?

3. What SSIC group is 5000?

4. What is SECNAVINST 6120.3 series?

5. What is SECNAVINST 5210.8 series?

6. What is NAVMED P-5010?

Answers will be posted later today.

06/10/2013

Answers to today's questions are:

1. Military Personnel
(NAVEDTRA 14295B Chap 2; Pg 2-4

2. Standard Subject Identification Codes
(NAVEDTRA 14295B Chap 2; Pg 2-4

3. Permanent
(NAVEDTRA 14295B Chap 2; Pg 2-3

4. Department of the Navy Standard Subject Identification Codes
(NAVEDTRA 14295B Chap 2; Pg 2-4

5. Navy Directive Issuance Systems
(NAVEDTRA 14295B Chap 2; Pg 2-3

More questions will be posted throughout this week. Stay tune to see what the "First and Finest" has for you!

06/10/2013

Today's questions:

Chapter 2 Expeditionary Healthcare Administration:
1. What SSIC group is 1000?
2. What is the acronym SSIC?
3. What type of directive is used to establish policy?
4. What instruction is the SECNAVST 5210.11 series?
5. What instruction is the OPNAVINST 5215.7 series

Answers will be posted later today.

06/07/2013

Today’s Frakers Ditty

ANSWERS

How these diseases are transmitted:

_D_ Cholera
_D_ Amebiasis
_D_ Typhoid fever

A) fly
B) water
C) neither
D) both A and B

Match the correct Manuals:

_B_ MANMED
_A_ PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
_C_ COMMUNICABLE DISEASE IN MAN
_D_ CONTROL OF AND TREATMENT OF CHEMICAL WARFARE
CASUALTIES
_E_ RADIATION HEALTH PROTECTION MAUNAL
_F_ POSIONS/OVERDOSES/ANTIDOTES

A) P-5010
B) P-117
C) P-5038
D) P-5041
E) P-5055
F) P-5059

What are the Chapters of the P-117 MANMED?

_1__ THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT
_6__ DENTAL
_9__ HOSPITAL CORPS
_15_ PHYSICAL EXAMS
_16_ HEALTH RECORDS
_17_ CARE OF THE DEAD
_18_ MEDICAL DISPOSITION
_19_ FLEET MARINE FORCE
_21_ PHARMACY
_22_ PMT
_23_ REPORTS & FORMS, PRIVACY ACT.

CHAPTERS: 1, 6, 9, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23

06/06/2013

Match it UP!!!!

How these diseases are transmitted:

____Cholera
____Amebiasis
____Typhoid fever

A) fly
B) water
C) neither
D) both A and B

Match the correct Manuals:

___ MANMED
___ PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
___ COMMUNICABLE DISEASE IN MAN
___ CONTROL OF AND TREATMENT OF CHEMICAL WARFARE CASUALTIES
___ RADIATION HEALTH PROTECTION MAUNAL
___ POSIONS/OVERDOSES/ANTIDOTES

A) P-5010
B) P-117
C) P-5038
D) P-5041
E) P-5055
F) P-5059

What are the Chapters of the P-117 MANMED?

____ THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT ____ DENTAL
____ HOSPITAL CORPS ____ PHYSICAL EXAMS
____ HEALTH RECORDS ____ CARE OF THE DEAD
____ MEDICAL DISPOSITION ____ FLEET MARINE FORCE
____ PHARMACY ____ PMT
____ REPORTS & FORMS, PRIVACY ACT.

CHAPTERS: 1, 6, 9, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23

Check bac in at 1500 today for answers.

06/04/2013

Answers:
1. June 17, 1898
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-1)

2. Corpsman Up
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-5)

3. USNS Comfort and USNS Mercy
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-5)

4. The doctrine of using good will and cooperation to influence nations and peoples of the world.
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-6)

5. Overseas Contingency Operations
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-5)

6. Korean War
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-9)

7. Red Cross
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-2)

8. Cockpit
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-1)

06/04/2013

Chapter 1: Heritage of the Hospital Corps

Questions:

1. hen did the Hospital Corps become an organized unit of the Navy Medical Department?

2. Chief Warrant Officer Four Brian Dix, the Director of the Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps composed a military march entitled?

3. What are the names of the two Hospital Ships in the use today?

4. What is Soft Power?

5. In August 2009, the US Global War on Terror in Afghanistan and Iraq was rebranded the?

6. During which war was HM3 Edward C. Benfold awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor?

7. Before the rating insignia of the Hospital Corps a caduceus, what was it?

8. The area called the sick bay today was originally referred to as what?

Please check back in at 1500 today for answers.

06/03/2013

Chapter 1: Heritage of the Hospital Corps

Answers:

1. Charlie Papa: Steaming to assist
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-3)

2. Quasi-War with France (1797-1800) and in the First Barbary War (1801-1805)
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-1)

3. March 2, 1799
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-1)

4. World War II
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-2)

5. October 1, 2005
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-7)

6. Vietnam War
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-9)

7. 1814
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-1)

8. Shock Trauma Platoon (STP) concept
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-4)

9. Hospital Apprentice Report Stanley (Boxer Rebellion)
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-9)

10. Bayman
(NAVEDTRA 14295B; Chap 1; page 1-1)

06/03/2013

Chapter 1: Heritage of the Hospital Corps

Questions:

1. On September 27, 2001 by order of Navy Surgeon General Michael Cowan, new signal flags were flown above all Navy medical activities. What do they say/mean?

2. Which wars did the Loblollies serve with distinction?

3. The importance of the having medical care onboard naval vessels was reinforced on?

4. When was women first brought into the Hospital Corps?

5. When did the Dental Technician (DT) rating, a separate enlisted specialty since December 12, 1947, merge with the Hospital Corps?

6. During which war was HM2 Donald E. Ballard awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor?

7. The Navy regulations first listed Loblolly Boy as an official rate in?

8. What concept did Iraqi conflict give Navy Medicine an opportunity to utilize?

9. The first member of the Hospital Corps to be awarded the Medal of Honor was?

10. In 1763, what name replaced nurse used for junior medical personnel?

Please log on at 1400 today for the answers.

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