# A physician prescribes tetracycline suspension for a patient who is to take 2 teaspoonfuls four times a day for 4 days, then 1 teaspoonful four times a day for 2 days. How many mls of the suspension should be dispensed?

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1. ## math

11. A patient presents a prescription to the pharmacy that states: Take ½ oz of Motrin suspension 3 times a day for 7 days. a. If the stock bottle contains 6 oz, how many doses are in the bottle? Type answer here b. How many doses will the patient take in

2. ## Physics

The patient in the figure below is to receive an intravenous injection of medication. In order to work properly, the pressure of fluid containing the medication must be 108 kPa at the injection point. (a) If the fluid has a density of 1024 kg/m3, find the

3. ## Medical Coding

A physician performed an aspiration via thoracentesis on a patient in observation status in the hospital. The patient has advanced lung cancer with malignant pleural effusion. Later the same day, due to continued accumulation of fluid, the patient was

4. ## Medical Assistant

A 66-year-old Medicare patient came to the office for his annual physical. He has past history of hypertension, controlledy by medication, and new complsints of dizziness and tiredness. During the course of the examination the physician found BP of

5. ## Math

Six teaspoons of extract are mixed with 240 ml of oral suspension what is the final concentration of the suspension?

6. ## Biology -Nervous System

While examining the victim of a serious car accident, a physician lightly pokes the patient's leg with a needle. The pokes begin near the ankle and gradually progress toward the knee. Why is the physician poking the patient? Why begin near the foot?

7. ## MATH

A physician prescribes tetracycline suspension for a patient who is to take 2 teaspoonfuls four times a day for 4 days, then 1 teaspoonful four times a day for 2 days. How many mls of the suspension should be dispensed?

8. ## medical billing and coding

Under CPT's definition, after a consultation, who takes responsibility for the patient's care? A.the referring physician B.the consulting physician C.the PCP D.the specialist

9. ## Allied Health

According to the AMA, what is the key reason behind a physician's duty of confidentiality to a patient? A. The U.S. Consititution requires a physician's confidentiality. B. The patient will feel more confident in disclosing information to a physician. C.If

10. ## Science

Which word or phrase below best describes the function of the urinary bladder? a. filter b. storage tank c. blender d. passageway B A patients comes in to see a physician. This patient lacks the ability to keep warm and needs to wear heavy clothing even

11. ## confidentiality in allied health

1. Which one of the following statements is an example of hearsay? "The report said the patient died on January 15." "I saw the doctor administer the injection." "I checked the patient's blood pressure three times." "The report was on my desk when I

12. ## Pharmacy Technician

A physician prescribed 5mg/kg q day of a drug for a patient that weighs 132 pounds. How many 100mg tablets will be needed for a 2-week prescription?

13. ## Medical Coding

What are the CPT and ICD codes for this case? Gladys Swain slipped from a sidewalk curb and twisted her right ankle. Because of the severe pain she was suffering and the inability to bear weight on the foot, she sought treatment at her neighborhood

14. ## Statistic

Community physician's clinic is buying the medical center physician's clinic. they will be adding 24 physicians who treat 62,400 patients per year. There are no credentialed coders employed at medicla center physician's clinic.The coding supervisor at

15. ## pharmacy calculations

a patient presents a prescription to the pharmacy:take 1/4 oz of Motrin suspension 4 times a day for 5 days... 1.if the stock bottle contains 6 oz how many doses are in a bottle? 2.how many doses will the patient take in five days?

16. ## medicine

A physician performed an aspiration via thoracentesis on a patient in observation status in the hospital. The patient has advanced lung cancer with malignant pleural effusion. Later the same day, due to continued accumulation of fluid, the patient was

17. ## Healthcare reimbursement

A 66-year-old Medicare patient came to the office for his annual physical. He has past history of hypertension, controlledy by medication, and new complsints of dizziness and tiredness. During the course of the examination the physician found BP of

18. ## medical coding

Gladys Swain slipped from a sidewalk curb and twisted her right ankle. Because of the severe pain she was suffering and the inability to bear weight on the foot, she sought treatment at her neighborhood hospital emergency department. The treating

19. ## math

Pregnancy Test Results Positive Test Result (Pregnancy is indicated) Negative Test Result (Pregnancy is not indicated) Subject is pregnant 80 5 Subject is not pregnant 3 11 a) Based on the results in the table, what is the probability of a women being

20. ## Health

Sometimes a patient needs additional care that his or her regular physician cannot provide. In this instance, the physician can make a referral for a patient to see another physician. What are the three types of referrals? (1 point) regular, urgent, fast

21. ## Medical Billing & Coding

A physician performed an aspiration via thoracentesis on a patient in observation status in the hosptial. The patient has advanced lung cancer with malignant pleural effusion. Later the same day, due to continued accumulation of fluid, the patient was

22. ## math

A patient has been instructed to take 15ml of alumina and magnesium oral suspension every other hour for four doses daily. How many days will two 12 oz bottles last?

23. ## math

A patient has been instructed to take 15ml of alumina and magnesium oral suspension every other hour for four doses daily. How many days will two 12 oz bottles last?

24. ## Coding

Patient presents to the ER with severe nosebleeds for the past week. Blood work is performed revealing acute blood loss anemia. The ER doctor performs a limited, bilateral packing of the anterior nasal cavity. Patient's anemia will be following by her

25. ## Chemistry

A prescription for amoxicillin comes in an oral suspension that is 250 mg/5.0 mL. A patient is prescribed 500 mg every 6 h. How many milliliters of amoxicillin should the patient take per dose? How many teaspoons? How many teaspoons per day?

26. ## coding

Gladys Swain slipped and fell from a sidewalk curb and twisted her right ankle. Because of the severe pain she was suffering and the inability to bear weight on the foot, she sought treatment at her neighborhood hospital emergency department. The treating

27. ## math

. Four tablespoons of extract are mixed with 240 ml of oral suspension base. What is the final concentration of the suspension?

28. ## Science HELP

state whether each substance is a mechanical mixture, a suspension, or a solution. My answers are at the bottom. a)green relish b)soda pop in a glass c)bubble tea d)traditional Aborigial paint made of red orchre and grease my answers= a)suspension

29. ## health

According to the AMA, what is a key reason behind a physician’s duty of confidentiality to a patient? A. The U.S. Constitution requires a physician’s confidentiality. B. The patient will feel more confident in disclosing information to the physician.

30. ## Health

I Feel its B. Or D. Trcky question According to the AMA, what is a key reason behind a physician’s duty of confidentiality to a patient? A. The U.S. Constitution requires a physician’s confidentiality. B. The patient will feel more confident in

31. ## Science

1. Suppose a patient comes in to see a physician. This patient lacks the ability to keep warm and needs to wear heavy clothing even during mild temperatures. Which system of this patient’s body should the physician be concerned about? A. integumentary B.

Scenario: you have a patient that has a diverticular perforation and acute abdomen. At this point, her physician decides to send her to the OR. The unit clerk is aware of the plan, but the patient's nurse is not. The patient is transported to the OR.

33. ## Chemisrty

An intravenous line provides a continuous flow of drug directly into the blood. Assuming no initial drug in the blood, the amount of drug in the blood t hours after the dosing begins in m(t) - (a/k)(1-e^-kt), for t (=>)0, where k is the rate constant

34. ## Medical Coding

A 28-year-old female patient has been bothered with excessive tearing and was found to have an obstruction in the right lacrimal duct. Today at the ambulatory surgery center she was given general anesthesia and the physician performed an endoscopic

suppose m(0) milligrams of a drug are put in the blood of an injection. The amount of drug t hours after the injection is given by m(t)=m(o)e^-kt, for t (=>) 0, where k is the rate constant, which is related to the half life. we also treat oral

suppose m(0) milligrams of a drug are put in the blood of an injection. The amount of drug t hours after the injection is given by m(t)=m(o)e^-kt, for t (=>) 0, where k is the rate constant, which is related to the half life. we also treat oral

37. ## Health

Who is the only person who can authenticate the information in a patient’s medical record? A. The attending physician B. The attending nurse C. The medical facility that’s caring for the patient D. The person who creates the data in the record C

38. ## Medical coding and Billing

Which of the following might constitute breach of patient-doctor confidentiality? A. Medical assistant phones patient to convey test results B. Medical assistant looks at patient’s medical records C. Receptionist with no medical training makes

39. ## Pathology 2

Examine the Edward Newman Health Record to identify the patient's diagnosis(es) and course of treatment. Identify three medications received by the patient. Be sure to print out the documents so you can study them carefully. For each medication, research

40. ## Health

A patient's attorney asks her physician for medical records about the patient's care accident and promises to provide a written authorization from the patient later. The physician gives the attorney the patient's entire file, including her records about

41. ## Medical Billing and Coding

The patient is seen by his family physician for follow-up treatment of recently diagnosed asthmatic bronchitis. The physician's fee is \$75. The patient's copayment is \$20, and the patient is not required to pay any additional amount to the provider. The

42. ## Health Insurance

1. The patient is seen by his family physician for follow-up treatment of recently diagnosed asthmatic bronchitis. The physician’s fee is \$75. The patient’s copayment is \$20. The patient’s insurance plan covers 80% of the fee schedule amount of \$60.

43. ## Health

Vivian has been having abdominal pains for the past week. Now that she has started her new job and received her new health insurance, she is finally able to schedule an appointment with a doctor. As Vivian arrives in the waiting area of the new doctor’s

44. ## Math

Aluminum hydroxide suspension 15 mL is ordered four times per day. The pharmacy sends a bottle labeled 320 mg/5mL. How many milligrams will the patient receive per day?

45. ## health

Although hospital inpatient records have traditionally served as the documentation source and business record for patient care information. a.all patient records contain similar content and format features. b.alternate care facility records serve as the

46. ## Law and Ethics re-post in a jam

Please check this for me I am so confused I guess I am dumb anyways here it thanks all of your help :) Law and Ethics The ethical opinion on computer confidentiality is covered by the American Medical Association (AMA) principle of Patient Privacy and

suppose m(0) milligrams of a drug are put in the blood of an injection. The amount of drug t hours after the injection is given by m(t)=m(o)e^-kt, for t (=>) 0, where k is the rate constant, which is related to the half life. we also treat oral

48. ## Penn Foster

I need help on my research project I havn't writing a paper in like in the 21 years.If someone can give me their opinion about these questions.1.When should the patient be advised of the existence of computerized databases containing medical information

49. ## body systems/terminology

A physician listen’s to a patient’s chest, and then examines the patient’s eyes. The eyes are located _______ to the chest. A. distal C. posterior B. medial D. superior I'm confused... posterior is closer, distal is farther, superior is toward the

50. ## health

What is an example of a patient in crisis? A. A patient who is happily married B. A patient who recently earned a promotion at work C. A patient who recently lost his or her job D. A patient who started a new exercise regimen c?

51. ## medical claims and billing

I may be over thinking this but I want to be sure I have it correct before I move on. I noticed another person had previously asked this question but I didn't see any answers or suggestions so I'll go ahead and ask it again. My scenario is as follows:

52. ## Biology

A physician takes a biopsy, or tissue sample, from the skin of a patient. Which observation of the cells in the tissue would support the conclusion that the patient has skin cancer?* a. Many cells in the tissue sample appear identical to one another. b.

53. ## Confidentiality and Allied Health

When should information be entered into a medical record? A at the time the event occurs b at the time set aside at the end of the shift c while the physician is making rounds d when the patient is discharged from the hospital I think its a

54. ## math

A physician prescribed tetracycline suspension for a patient who is to take 2 teaspoonfuls four times a day for 4days, then 1 teaspoonful four times a day for 2 days. How many mls of the suspension should be dispensed?

55. ## math

A physician precribes tetracycline suspension for a patient who is to take 2 teaspoofuls four times a day for 4 days, then 1 teaspoonful four times a day for 2 days. How many mls of the suspension should be dispensed?

56. ## medical insurance

the patient is seen by his family physician for follow-up treatment of recently diagnosed asthmatic bronchitis. the physician's fee is 75\$. the patient copayment is 20\$, and the patient is not required to pay any additional amount to provider. the payer

57. ## Ethics

The traditional view of medical ethics is that a physician has a duty to his or her individual patient, rather than to society as a whole. Under that view, a physician should not deny a potentially beneficial treatment for one patient, in order to save

58. ## math

1. The patient is seen by his family physician for follow-up treatment of recently diagnosed asthmatic bronchitis. The physician’s fee is \$75. The patient’s copayment is \$20. The patient’s insurance plan covers 80% of the fee schedule amount of \$60.

59. ## health

The patient, 78-year-old female with NIDDM, is seen in the physician’s office today for evaluation of a left heel wound. After evaluation, the physician diagnosed the patient with diabetic foot ulcer due to peripheral vascular disease. The physician

60. ## math

The patient is seen by his family physician for follow-up treatment of recently diagnosed asthmatic bronchitis. The physicianâ€™s fee is \$75. The patientâ€™s copayment is \$20, and the patient is not required to pay any additional amount to the

61. ## Health insurance

the patient received preventive medicine services. the physician's fee is \$150. the patient's copayment is \$10 (0f the \$75 fee schedule) ...the payer reimburses the physician 80% of the \$75

62. ## reimbursement methodologies

The patient is seen by his family physician for follow-up treatment of recently diagnosed asthmatic bronchitis. The physician’s fee is \$75. The patient’s copayment is \$20. The patient’s insurance plan covers 80% of the fee schedule amount of \$60. No

63. ## Health

the patient received preventive medicine services. the physician's fee is \$150. the patient's copayment is \$10 (0f the \$75 fee schedule). the payer reimburses the physician 80% of the \$75 fee schedule.

64. ## communication

Today I walked in to one of the staff elevators at my hospital. A physician was on the phone, apparently with his office, talking in detail about one of his cases. He was using the patients' name and other descriptive information. The physician kept

65. ## Medical coding 2

Physician performed an aspiration thoracentesis on a patient in observation status in the hospital. The patient has advanced lung cancer with malignant pleural effusion. Later the same day, due to continued accumulation of fluid. the patient was returned

66. ## health insurance

The Patient received preventive medicine services. The physician's fee is \$150. The Patient's copayment is \$10 ( of the \$75 fee schedule ). The payer reimburses the physician 80% of the \$75 fee schedule. What is the amount the patient pays the provider:

67. ## Health

What is a physician specializing in female reproductive system problems? Physician specializing in cancer? What is a Physician specializing in urinary problems? What is a Physician specializing in allergies? What is a Physician Specializing in nervous

68. ## May

Aluminum hydroxide suspension 15 mL is ordered four times per day. The pharmacy sends a bottle labeled 320 mg/5mL. How many milligrams will the patient receive per day?

69. ## Math

A physician prescribes 3.5 mg. of medication each day. How many micrograms is this dosage? Thanx for the help! 1mg is 1000mcg. I am told that mcg is a "modern" abbreviation for microgram. So, I say 3.5 x 1000= 3500 mcg Right? thank you! correct What´s the

An intravenous line provides a continuous flow of drug directly into the blood. Assuming no initial drug in the blood, the amount of drug in the blood t hours after the dosing begins in m(t) - (a/k)(1-e^-kt), for t (=>)0, where k is the rate constant

71. ## Medical Information Management

The original medical record is the property of the A. physician B. patient's attorney C. patient D. hospital or facility my answer is D. hospital or facility please, am i right?

72. ## Confidentiality in Allied Health

According to the AMA, what is a key reason behind a physician's duty of confidentiality to a patient?

73. ## Confidentiality in Allied Health

According to the AMA, what is a key reason behind a physician's duty of confidentiality to a patient?

74. ## college

Hi, I just want to make sure I am doing this assignment correctly.The question is: How are medical coding, physician, and payer fees related to the compliance process? I believe that they are related because the medical coding specialist is required to

75. ## college

Hi, I just want to make sure I am doing this assignment correctly.The question is: How are medical coding, physician, and payer fees related to the compliance process? I believe that they are related because the medical coding specialist is required to

76. ## health

The hospital inpatient record documents the care and treatment received by a patient admitted to the hospital. Where is the paper-based record stored while the patient is in the hospital? a.All patient records are stored in the health information

77. ## math

A patient has been instructed to take 15ml of alumina and magnesium oral suspension every other hour for four doses daily. How many days will two 12 oz bottles last?

78. ## hcc

The physician started to perform the operation but the patient was not yet completely under anesthesia. which part of sentence is wrong?

79. ## health

Who is the only person who can authenticate the information in a patient’s medical record? A. The attending physician B. The attending nurse C. The medical facility that’s caring for the patient D. The person who creates the data in the record I think

80. ## Biochemistry

On preparation of a solution of protein, you attempted to dissolve the substance in water, but a suspension resulted. Drop-wise adition of NaOH solution, with stirring, eliminated the suspension. Addition of acid to the original suspension had no effect.

81. ## Dosage calculations

The physician ordered 0.5 mL of meperidine hydro chloride. The med's drug label reads 100mg/mL. The patient will receive __________? I have no idea how to do it please.

82. ## english

A plain old physician I was, till I completed my PG. Now I am allowed to enter the operation theatre, take a scalpel, work with a surgical blade and suture the patient. This makes me a.....?

83. ## Physics

A centrifuge spins a suspension at 2500 rpm in a radius of 20 cm. What is the acceleration of the suspension?

84. ## Chemistry

A robust first grader goes for swimming lessons three times a week, and he enjoys it thoroughly. During the first week of December, he develops an upper respiratory infection, starts coughing continuously, and has a high fever of 39°C. His condition

85. ## chemistry

A robust first grader goes for swimming lessons three times a week, and he enjoys it thoroughly. During the first week of December, he develops an upper respiratory infection, starts coughing continuously, and has a high fever of 39°C. His condition

86. ## MEDICAL ETHICS

Please help me urgently. A patient requests for Physician Assisted Death (PAD). A committee is set up to consider the request. Who are the people that should be members of this committee? Name only five of them.

87. ## health

What do JCAHO standards deal with? What do HIPAA guidelines deal with? How do HIPAA rules protect patient healthcare information in a medical office setting ? What does OSHA stand for ? What do OSHA regulations deal with ? What does QA stand for ? What are

88. ## Pharmacy Calculations

Amoxicillin suspension 125mg/5ml give ¾ tsp PO bid Disp: 10 day supply 5. How much suspension is required to fill this prescription?

89. ## English

"The physician started to perform the operation, but the patient was not yet completely under anesthesia." The question asked to identify the incorrect word or phrase in this sentence, however, there is nothing that really strikes me as "wrong". I'm not

90. ## Pharmacology

Amoxicillin suspension 125mg/5ml give ¾ tsp PO bid Disp: 10 day supply 5. How much suspension is required to fill this prescription? 6. What is the amount of mg per dose?

91. ## Math

3 tbsp. of extract are mixed with 250 ml. of oral suspension base. What is the final concentration of the suspension? I request the proper formula to figure out how to work this problem. Thank you.

92. ## medical billing and coding

A physician provides an office consultation for a new patient. The history and examination levels are comprehensive and the medical decision making is of high complexity. what is the correct code for this situation?a. 99245 b.99255 c.99254 d.99244

93. ## medical coding

a physician provides an office consultation for a new patient. the history and examination levels are comprehensive and the medical decision making is of high complexity. what is the correct code for this situation? A.99254 B.99244 C.99255 D.99245

94. ## Physics

Hospital patient. A 90.0 kg patient is suspended in a raised hospital bed as shown in the figure. The wire is attached to a brace on the patient's neck and pulls parallel to the bed, and the coefficients of kinetic and static friction between the patient

95. ## medical coding

a 50 year old new female patient has had a sore throat and head congestion for five days. the physician performs an expanded problem-focused history and examination and straightfoward medical decision. What is the correct code for this service?

96. ## Medical Terminology

A 16-year-old patient is having problems with a swollen gland on the left side of her neck. The physician is most likely to use __________ to determine if the gland has any atypical characteristics. A. auscultation B. percussion C. palpation D.

97. ## HELP getting gray hair with this one

Pregnancy Test Results Positive Test Result (Pregnancy is indicated) Negative Test Result (Pregnancy is not indicated) Subject is pregnant 80 5 Subject is not pregnant 3 11 a) Based on the results in the table, what is the probability of a women being

98. ## Confidentiality of Health Information

When should the patient be notified of purging and archaic or inaccurate information? I think it would be Procedures for purging the computerized data base of archaic or inaccurate data should be established and the patient and physician should be notified

99. ## ICD-10 coding

A patient with known carcinoma of the pancreatic head is admitted with a Hgb of 9.1. She has been receiving Docetaxel chemotherapy and the physician diagnosed this new anemia as an adverse effect of the chemoterapy. The patient is treated with darbepoetin

100. ## medical

According to the AMA, what is a key reason behind a physician's duty of confidentiality to a patient?