Description 1. Which schedule of controlled drugs has high abuse potential and is not accepted for treatment in the United States? A. Schedule III B. Schedule V C. Schedule I D. Schedule II 2. Allison and Rosa are discussing computerized practice management systems. Rosa says the electronic systems can be used to maintain patient medical records and invoicing. Allison says the electronic system can be used to keep track of inventory and patients’ histories. Who is correct? A. Both are correct. B. Only Allison is correct. C. Neither is correct. D. Only Rosa is correct. 3. Considering the SOAP format of recordkeeping progress notes, which section would be descriptive of data that’s reproducible? A. S-Subjective B. O-Objective C. P-Plan D. A-Assessment 4. In a veterinary practice, when must a surgical consent form be completed? A. Anytime before the patient is discharged from the hospital B. At the time the patient is admitted for surgery C. At the time the owner makes the surgical appointment D. When the patient returns for follow-up care 5. Information about vacation and sick leave for staff at your veterinary practice will be found in the A. personnel manual. B. procedures manual. C. OSHA guidelines. D. right-to-know station. 6. Which of the following logbooks requires the most thorough documentation? A. Anesthesia/surgery log B. Laboratory log C. X-ray log D. Controlled-substance log 7. In a veterinary practice, blank consent forms are considered to be A. office supplies. B. medical supplies. C. management supplies. D. capital equipment. 8. Which of the following best describes the effect your clinic has on a prospective client the first time he or she sees it? A. The inside is all that really really matters. We care about the animals. B. A first impression may determine whether the client wants to go inside to meet the staff. C. The public knows the building is old, and we can’t do anything about it. D. The veterinarian and staff are great—it doesn’t matter what the facility looks like. 9. What is the primary purpose for keeping accurate, timely, and organized medical records? A. They’re required by law. B. They provide veterinarians with a clear understanding of their patients’ medical histories. C. They provide clients with a summary of the treatment of their animals. D. They provide the practice with detailed information about its clients. 10. A type of filing system that requires a master list of clients is the _______ system. A. chronological B. subject-oriented C. problem-oriented D. numerical 11. By law, how many years does a veterinary practice have to retain the medical record of an inactive patient? A. Six B. Five C. Eight D. One 12. The main purpose of a procedures manual is to A. outline the employer’s expectations of all employees. B. provide a clear understanding of the employer’s benefit package. C. outline the normal operation of the practice. D. provide guidelines for filing grievances. 13. Rob and Anita are learning about Step 1 of the veterinary technician practice model. Rob says that in Step 1 he’ll gather subjective data that include heart rate and blood pressure. Anita says that during Step 1 she’ll gather objective data that include the animal’s appetite level and level of dehydration. Who is correct? A. Only Rob is correct. B. Only Anita is correct. C. Both are correct. D. Neither Rob nor Anita is correct. 14. Which of the following indicates the financial position of a practice at a point in time and shows its assets and liabilities? A. Profitability sheet B. Income statement C. Net income D. Balance sheet 15. Learning how to do your own job and to perform some of the duties of other staff members is called A. flexibility training. B. multipurpose training. C. cross-training. D. peripheral training. 16. Which of the following is considered a priority in the veterinary technician’s evaluation? A. Utility B. Hydration C. Oxygenation D. Nutrition 17. Which of the following best describes the purpose of OSHA? A. Deals with animal safety B. Enforces safety guidelines to protect employees C. Regulates the use of pharmaceuticals in a veterinary clinic D. Has no control within the veterinary facility 18. At a veterinary practice, journal articles are often filed using the _______ system. A. chronological B. subject-based C. problem-oriented D. numerical 19. OSHA mandates that every employer must A. inform all employees of potential hazards in the workplace. B. assume legal responsibility for any injury or accident. C. outline the steps to be taken in the event of an accident or injury. D. provide cross-training for employees. 20. Which statement about discharge orders is correct? A. A discharge order lists only recommendations about diet, activity, and medication. B. A discharge order becomes part of the animal’s medical record. C. A discharge order is filled out only by a veterinarian. D. A discharge order is preprinted with blanks only for the client’s name and signature, the doctor’s name and signature, and the date.
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