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Microbiology Medical emergengies and Vital signs Dental Lab Procedures Prosthodontics Ethics and Jurisprudence
100
What is Bacteria, algae, protozoa, fungi, and viruses.
What are the five major groups of microorganisms?
100
What is Inhalation, skin contact, and ingestion.
What are the 3 primary methods of chemical exposure?
100
What is Physical, mechanical, chemical, and biological.
What are the four pupal stimuli?
100
What is A tooth, root, or impant used for support retention of a fixed or removable prosthesis.
What is an abutment?
100
What is A minimum stardard of behavior established by status for proffession or population.
What is law?
200
What is Droplet contact, indirect contact, direct contact, and parenteral transmission.
What are the primary modes of disease transmission in dentistry?
200
What is If they contain chemicals that could pose a danger to human health and the environment. After being discarded.
When is a substance considered hazard waste?
200
What is Protective, insulating, and sedative bases.
What are the 3 types of dental base defenses?
200
What is Peer pressure?
what is it called when you conform to the general behaviors of a group of peers in an attempt to feel more acceptable in that group?
200
What is Refers to the moral standard of conduct
What is ethics?
300
What is A chemical that destroys or inactivates most species of pathogenic (disease-causing) microorganisms.
What is a disninfectant?
300
What is A slime producing bacterial communities that may harbor fungi, algae, and protozoa.
What is biofilm?
300
What is 3 (Type I, Type II, and Type III)
How many dental classifications are there?
300
What is Schedule time reserved for scheduling emergency patients?
What is buffer time reffering to in scheduling emergency patients?
300
What is Confidentiality.
Never revealing a patients personal information is called?
400
What is Spherical (cocci), Rod (bacilli), and Spiral (spirochetes)
What are the 3 shapes of bacteria?
400
What is Temp, pulse, respitory, and blood pressure.
What are the four basic vital signs?
400
What is Preliminary, final, and occlusal also known as bite registration?
What are the 3 classifications of impressions?
400
What is Accounting.
What is the process of recording, classifying, and summerizing financial transactions?
400
What is Criminal and Civil law.
Statutory law consist of 2 laws, they are?
500
What is Critical, Semi-critical, and non-critical.
What are 3 instrument classifications that are used to determine the method of sterilization?
500
What is Chest compressions, airway, and breathing.
What does the acronym “CAB” in CPR?
500
What is Custom provisional and prefabricated provisional.
What are the 2 categories of provisional coverage?
500
What is A resumé
A breif description of ones proffessional or work experience and qualifications is called?
500
What is Level of knowledge and skill and care caomparable with that of other dentist who are treating similar patients under similar conditions.
What is the standard of care?




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