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Occupational Health and Safety in Veterinary Medicine Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of these is a no-no?

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Question 2 2. Chemical compounds used for general anesthesia that are inhaled and exhaled via the lungs are called:

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Question 3 3. Vaporizers are part of an anesthetic machine that are:

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Question 4 4. What's the more common name for a carbon dioxide absorbing substance composed mainly of calcium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide?

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Question 5 5. What is the name for a part of the anesthetic machine circuit that discards excess gas in a safe manner?

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Question 6 6. The main beam of radiation emitted from an x-ray tube is called:

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Question 7 7. The kind of radiation you should be concerned about when working with radiation equipment is formally called:

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Question 8 8. Amy is a veterinary technician positioning an animal for an x-ray. She is wearing a lead lined apron, gloves, glasses, and thyroid collar. She is holding the cat in such a way that her hand is in the path of the primary beam but that hand has a lead lined glove on. Is Amy doing anything wrong?

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Question 9 9. What is a potential health consequence of being exposed to too much ionizing radiation?

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Question 10 10. What's the name for a badge that measures the amount of cumulative ionizing radiation exposure endured by an individual?

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Question 11 11. When running extension cords:

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Question 12 12. When lifting heavy objects:

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Question 13 13. If you got a chemical into your eye, you should:

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Question 14 14. When stocking chemicals, always place them:

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Question 15 15. Which of these is not a good general safety tip?

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Question 16 16. What is a carcinogen?

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Question 17 17. What is the name for the law that allows you to know exactly what chemicals you are exposed to while on your job?

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Question 18 18. What is the name for a flammable, colorless gas, used to sterilize sensitive items in a medical setting?

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Question 19 19. What should you do when mixing a chemical concentrate with water?

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Question 20 20. When you commence working for a veterinary clinic, what should you ask for that is a plan that describes how to handle hazardous substances and one that contains contact information of local physicians and hazardous materials teams in case of emergency?

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Question 21 21. Which of these is an example of personal protective equipment?

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Question 22 22. Which of these are good rules of thumb to follow when dealing with animals?

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Question 23 23. What is the condition Visceral Larva Migrans caused by?

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Question 24 24. What is Cutaneous Larva Migrans caused by?

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Question 25 25. What is a fecal sample?

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Question 26 26. Sharp objects, like needles and blades, are known as _____.

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Question 27 27. If a needle is attached to a syringe, how should you dispose of each?

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Question 28 28. What's the best way to recap a needle?

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Question 29 29. A container specifically designed to hold and dispose of sharp objects is called a:

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Question 30 30. What kinds of dangers do sharp objects in the veterinary clinic pose?

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Occupational Health and Safety in Veterinary Medicine Chapter Exam Instructions

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