Medical Law And Ethics

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Medical law and ethics final exam

  
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1.  Writen codes of ethics for health care practicioners was primarily evolved to serve as moral guidelines for those who provide care to the sick?
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2.  The hippocratic oath is a pledge for physicians that remains influential today?
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3.  Law is the minimum standard necessary to keep society functioning smoothly?
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4.  Hospitals are immune from loses brought by patients?
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5.  Formalized codes of ethics are as inforceable as laws in governing the behavior of an organizations members?
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6.  Fill In: the doctering that is latin for let the master answer?
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7.  Truth brought under the factor most related to health care and defence industry?
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8.  An insurance term indicating the fee payed by the patient
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9.  Mandatory process established by law and required by certain health care practicioners?
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10.  Correct the statement: A physician is or is not obligated to effect the recovery with each patient?
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11.  A physician is or is not obligated to use due care skill and diligence in treating patients?
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12.  A physician is or is not obligated to know allergic or advance or reverse reactions to medications reported by a specific patient?
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13.  A physician is or is not obligated to be a skilled specialist if he or she is a general practicioner?
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14.  List:  list the 4 D's of neglegence.
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15.  A claim that has been previously tried and decided?
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16.  A time for filing a suit?
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17.  The accused asserts his or her innocents.
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18.  The plaintiff knew of the risks and agreed to them ahead of time.
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19.  Writen codes of ethics for health care practicioners evolved primarily to serve as moral guidelines for those who provide care to the sick?
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B.
20.  The hippocratic oath for physicians is a pledge that remains influential today?
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B.
21.  Laws are the minimal standard necessary to keep society functioning smoothly?
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B.
22.  Hospitals are immune from lawsuits that fall in the formalized codes of ethics?
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23.  Who may give informed consent?
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24.  Who may not give informed consent?
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25.  Must consent to perform routine care such as a physical exam always be in writing?
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26.  In what health care situation is and imply of consent not sufficient?
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27.  Hipaa states in plain english that patients have no right to sue health care practicioners?
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28.  Hipaa requires every health care provider to become 100% compliant?
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29.  The privacy rule protects PHI only in electronic form?
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30.  If a patient requests you ammend a medical record you are required to do so?
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31.  Who can approve drugs for public sale
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32.  Who madates the reporting of child abuse?
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33.  Who requires reports of communicable disease and certain injuries as mandated by state laws?
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34.  List 4 vital statistics the government collect?
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35.  Who insures a states work environment?
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36.  Who established the EEOC?
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37.  Who required equal pay for equal work?
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38.  Protects the dysabled and mentally ill?
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39.  Define the docterine of prens patriae?
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40.  Define zenotransplantation?
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41.  What is the greek word for good death?
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42.  One who has 6 months to live or less is consitered?
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43.  An irreversable condition that determines when death has occured?
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44.  A range of emotions one feels in response to loss?
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45.  What is the significance of the curzan case?
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