((1)) Mrs. Jones has a ten o’clock appointment for her new puppy to get a distemper booster, and has arrived on time by taxi. The receptionist has checked her in and she and the puppy are waiting in exam room one. You have taken the temp, pulse, and respiration and have weighed the puppy. You go to the refrigerator to get the distemper vaccine and realize that the last vaccine expired yesterday, the last day of the month. What should be done? (a) Vaccine should be used since it is only one day past its expiration date, (b) Vaccine should be used at twice its recommended dose for added efficacy. (c) If a feline distemper vaccine is available, it should be used instead. (d) Mrs. Jones should be given a new appointment on the date after the next shipment of vaccines comes in.
((2)) Serum- separating tubes or tiger-striped tubes contain. (a) Heparin (b)EDTA
(c)no additives (d) Clot enhancers
((3)) Tail docking and dewclaw removal of puppies is done at: (a) two weeks of age (b) three to five days of age (c) six months of age when the puppy can handle anesthesia (d) breeding facilities only
((4)) Dispensing expired medication, even if by accident is: (a) an embarrassing mistake that the veterinarian will fix (b) acceptable only if the date of expiration is recent (c) Illegal (d) Common practice when working with animals
((5)) FeLV: (a) is like the HIV virus in humans (b)Affects the lymph system (c) Has a High mortality rate (d) Can be cured with the FeLV vaccine
((6)) A cesarean section in a dog: (a) performed only on young dogs with their first litter (b) carries a high risk of mortality in the neonates (c) may be performed on dogs that have a narrow or deformed pelvis (d) is performed with local anesthesia
((7)) In the dental formula for the adult dog, “2x(i 3/3, c1/1, pm 4/4, m 2.3)”, the “2x” refers to the left and the right side of the mouth. (a) true (b) false
((8)) After centrifuging a urine sample, the sediment: (a) is the liquid component(b) floats to the top (c) is contained to the meniscus (d) is obtained by pouring out the liquid portion of the urine
((9)) In the fecal floatation process: (a)parasites eggs float to the bottom (b)centrifugation is required (c) the prepared sample must sit for at least 10mins
((10))Anemia includes: (a) lack of WBCs (b)lack of Hgb (C)numerous amounts of RBCs (D)numerous amounts of WBCs
These next questions are essays, I just want to make sure im not missing anything important in them
((11)) You are taking a lateral and A/P radiographs of the right elbow of a canine. Make sure to use proper anatomical terminology for positioning.
(11A) Describe PPE you will use when preparing for this radiograph::
(11B) How many views are you taking of the right elbow?
(11C) Where would you take the measurement for this radiograph?
(Ca) What metric unit is used when reading caliper?
(Cb) What are three bones that will be positioned under the central beam.
(use directional terminology to describe the aspect of each bone.
(Cc) How many measurements would you take
((11D)) Describe how to measure the thickness of the anatomical area that the X-ray beam is to penetrate.
((11E)) What information would you put in the radiology log before the radiograph is taken
((11F)) When should you return the patients to its kennel or cage
((12)) A new client has come into your clinic, what is the signalment?
((13)) List 7 signs that an animal may exhibit if they are in pain?
((14))The doctor hands you a patients file and asks you to fill a prescription for the canine, “Max” Garcia. You look at the last entry under PLAN and you see the following:”Rx: Acepromazine 10mg #20; Sig:1 tab PO pm for sedation, no more than tid.”*Describe in detail how you would go about filling the prescription.
((15))You need to prepare a mop bucket for he end of the day clean up.The disinfectant you are using has a dilution ratio of 1/2 oz per gallon.The mop bucket hold 5 gallons. Please show your work.*How many oz of disinfectant will you need for the 5gallon mop bucket,how many milliliters of disinfectant will you need for the bucket