Under RHPA specialized activities carrying a significant risk of harm are controlled or restricted to specific, qualified practitioners.
All other health care services will be unrestricted or in the "public domain".
The Controlled Acts:
* [Blank] aspect of care requiring a certain level of knowledge and skill in order to perform it.
The Controlled Acts:
[Blank] (#) Controlled Acts common to all professionals under the RHPA.
Controlled Act 1:
[Blank] (3 words) to the individual or his/her personal representative, identifying a disease or disorder as the cause of symptoms of the individual in circumstances, in which it is reasonably foreseeable that the individual or his her personal representative will rely on the diagnosis. You cannot even suggest it as a possible disease.
Controlled Act 2:
Performing a procedure on:
Tissue below the dermis.
Below the surface of the mucous membrane.
In or below the surface of the cornea.
Under finger nails.
In or below the surfaces of the teeth (includes scaling the teeth).
Controlled Act 3:
Setting or casting a:
Fracture of a bone.
Dislocation of a joint.
Controlled Act 4:
Moving the joints of the spine beyond the individual's usual physiological range of motion using a [blank] (4 words).
Controlled Act 5.
Administering a substance by [blank] (3 words)
Controlled Act 6 is:
Applying or ordering the application of a form of energy prescribed by the regulations under this Act.
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