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Marie Tyndall is a student in the Jackson Heights Community College Medical Assisting Program. She and two other classmates have been assigned the project of creating a plan for cleaning up spills that might occur in the classroom laboratory and ensuring that all students using the laboratory have been trained in the proper procedure. Questions: 1.What materials would her group need? Describes these materials and how they would be used. 2. How would her group go about learning the proper steps in the clean-up process? 3. How would her group ensure that all other students in the laboratory also have the proper training?

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Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 03:37 AM

1. The group of students will need a computer and printer, and the most necessary part is to follow the rules of the OSHA regulations for cleaning up spills. At first they should design the procedure and its structure. Then they have to create a checklist of students that must receive the training. The students can elaborate their work by creating a PowerPoint presentation as it is very convenient for a group working. The students can divide into groups  to divide their responsibilities and each group would need a prepackaged spill clean-up kit or supplies to create their own kit, a three-ring binder, a few tabs for the binder and access to the OSHA  regulations on the computers.
2. The way how the group can go about learning the proper steps in the clean-up process is to study the needed information in the textbook. They also can make a small research using the Internet but the most important step is to interview medical personnel in a local medical laboratory in order to make sure that the information that was taken from web is actually useful.
3. The way how the group can ensure that all other students in the laboratory also have the proper training is to create a check-off document which will make sure that all the steps are followed properly. At the end of the procedure, the leader of the group must ask the students to show how they  clean up a spill to check whether all the students understood the information.

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When a patient has an insertion of the endotracheal tube as part of the mechanical ventilation procedure?

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When a patient has an insertion of the endotracheal tube as part of the mechanical ventilation procedure?

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When using a procedural text that includes both written instructions and diagrams, how should you use the information to complete the procedure? A. You should read only the written instructions and disregard the diagrams. B. You should look only at the diagrams and disregard the written instructions. C. You should read the written instructions and review the diagrams to best understand the procedure. D. You should ask someone else to explain the shortest and easiest procedure.

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Answer:

Dogs can be strong companions, but they also have needs that many people forget to address.

Explanation:

The author’s claim is that many people forget to address the needs of their dogs. The author continues to talk about some of those needs, like regular washing and grooming to avoid becoming matted and sick. The author is not simply talking about washing and grooming, but other needs the dogs might have as well. These could include things like walking, a proper diet, or brushing their teeth.

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Mr. wayne is scheduled to have a visual examination of the distal end of his descending colon that leads into the rectum. this procedure is called

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Correct answer: C). Genetically different haploid cells

Meiosis is a type of cell division in which four haploid cells are produced, which are genetically different from the parent. It reduces the chromosome number exactly half as contained in the parent. That is why it is called as a reductional division.

In the first round of meiosis I homologous pairs of chromosome separate and the sister chromatids separate during meiosis II.

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Look at this workplace document. What is the purpose of the numbered list? a) to explain by order of importance how to maintain workplace safety b) to explain the specific procedure for maintaining workplace safety c) to explain in point-by-point form how to maintain workplace safety d) to explain in step-by-step form how to maintain workplace safety

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Look at this workplace document. What is the purpose of the numbered list? a) to explain by order of importance how to maintain workplace safety b) to explain the specific procedure for maintaining workplace safety c) to explain in point-by-point form how to maintain workplace safety d) to explain in step-by-step form how to maintain workplace safety

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What are some examples of a procedure oriented language?

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RH: MY NAME LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. NAME SIGN RH (with a twist down low on right)

I DEAF. KNOW ASL. ALSO ORAL SCHOOL I GO fsh, #SO CAN VOICE I.

MY MOTHER HEARING, KNOW ASL.

WE LIVE BIG HOUSE IN FOREST.

 

GRANDMA: I GRANDMA I. HEARING I. LEARNING ASL. SMALL HOUSE HAVE. PLACE ONE M-I-L-E FROM RH HOUSE.

 

RH: MY big-HOUSE HERE (cluster hand, glance), GRANDMA’S little-HOUSE HERE. (Grandma nods yes) (LLR shows curved path from one house to the other.) TWO (backhand) ROOM++ point; KITCHEN, BEDROOM. GRANDMA LIVE WITH GRANDPA (ix: to right). HEARING ix:HE. ASL LEARNING ix:HE same-as GRANDMA. OFTEN HUNT ix:HE.

 

WOLF: WOLF I. HAVE BIG EARS, BIG EYES, LONG SHARP TEETH. HEAR GOOD, SEE VERY GOOD, SMELL VERY VERY (hand goes way up) GOOD! ASL DON’T KNOW, NOT NEED! IN FOREST I LIVE. ALWAYS HUNGRY I.  (Looks threateningly at LLR & GRANDMA. (LLR & GRANDMA shrink back from wolf in reaction)

 

Open story:

 

RH: ONCE UPON A TIME (hour with T-Hand) FOOD MY MOTHER (point) ASK-TO-ME DELIVER GRANDMA. SHE TELL-ME (eyes looking down, body shift to left) BE-CAREFUL. WOLF YOU LOOK-around-for. NOW GO. SOON BECOME DARK.

 

RH: (Bodyshift to left, look up to right) OK. I BE-CAREFUL. NOW LEAVE. (outlines basket, picks up in left hand, set’s off, swinging basket for fun.)

 

WOLF: sees RH, creeps close, opens mouth, and gets hit by the picnic basket she is swinging. Silently roars in pain, pulls out and throws away a broken tooth. Thinks…  WHERE RH GO-GO? …WONDER… I KNOW! – GRANDMA HOUSE!….. OK (nodding confidently) FIRST GRANDMA I EAT. NEXT RH I EAT (smiles) FOR DESSERT! (Silent roar. Walk with arms, slowly picking up speed and switching to both sets of fingers to show running…)

 

GRANDMA: (acts startled when she hears this last roar) NOISE-Whq? …..I KNOW – WOLF! I HIDE I IN KITCHEN BEHIND DOOR. (peeks out through crack in “door” hands and stays in that position)

 

WOLF: (tongue hanging out, breathing hard, opens door, shuts behind him) NOBODY HERE. GRANDMA WHERE? (looks around, then puts hand to ear as he hears something) FOOTSTEPS COME! QUICK IN BED! (closes eyes, then opens one and looks around, while continuing to hold sign for BED)

 

RH: (comes up to door swinging picnic basket. Sets it down.) WOW, DARK BECOME FAST! (Turns doorknob and pushes door open just a crack and looks in.) To audience: STRANGE. GRANDMA IN BED? NOT REMEMBER ix:SHE SO UGLY (looks back in room) To audience: WAIT! I NOT STUPID! ix:THAT NOT GRANDMA. ix:THAT WOLF ix:THAT. (Next, does double-take when sees Grandma peering out of crack behind kitchen door)

 

GRANDMA: HELP! (after signing “help”, goes back to peering out from crack in “door” hands)

 

RH: I-UNDERSTAND. (to audience) IDEA! Pushes door open, mouths to the wolf: “Grandma! What big eyes you have!”  …simultaneously opens eyes wide and signs GRANDPA WHERE during “eyes you have”, toward Grandma.

 

WOLF: Comes out of sleeping position and says sweetly, head to one side, nodding, batting eyes, mouths and signs words at same time: “BETTER SEE YOU WITH!” Goes back into sleeping position…

 

GRANDMA: (answering RH) OUTSIDE HUNTING (repeats until LLR looks, then goes to peering our from behind “door”)

 

RH: Mouths to the wolf:  “Grandma, what big ears you have!”  …while simultaneously signing FLASH LIGHTS FLASH LIGHTS during the word “ears”, toward Grandma.

 

WOLF: Comes out of sleeping position, sweetly mouths and signs words at same time: “BETTER HEAR YOU WITH!”  then smiles big, showing teeth and batting eyes a few times. Holds teeth position…

 

GRANDMA: closes “door”, turns to one side, holds right modified “X” hand low and left modified “O” hand high. “X” hand flips light switch up as “O” hand opens to a “5” hand showing the light coming on. Reverse to shut off. Repeats 10 times.

 

RH: Notices the wolf’s teeth, and fearfully, really meaning it this time, mouths and signs to wolf: “Grandma, what big teeth you have!”

 

WOLF: Smile turns to a scowl, comes out of sleeping position and threateningly mouths and signs: “BETTER EAT YOU WITH!”

 

RH: To audience: SCARED, I! BUT SUDDENLY (look back over shoulder) STEPS I FEEL VIBRATION (start pounding with fists.) I YELL “WOLF! WOLF!” ….I (Cl:2) drop-to-the FLOOR. GRANDPA open door, SHOOTS (wolf reacts) WOLF DEAD. (Wolf drops his head and lets tongue hang out exactly when RH signs “dead”)

WE SAVED! (Grandma applauds.)

I hope this helps,

 

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A bunsen burner is used for heating in a laboratory. Which safety procedure is important to follow when using a Bunsen burner? A) place the burner in a closed area. B) make room for the burner on a crowded table. C) extinguish the flame when the burner is not in use.

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Answer: D.) a suggested answer to a problem

Explanation:

A hypothesis is a supposition, suggested answer or a proposed explanation based on limited evidence which can be use to start an investigation. A hypothesis is more than a guess but less than a established theory and it can be tested through study and experiments.

A hypothesis is part of the scientific method because it is a prediction which can be tested and the results from those experiments may disprove a hypothesis, but can never entirely prove one.

It is not a conclusion because it is an idea which tries to explain an observation. It is not information collected from experiments because hypothesis are formulated before carrying out the experiments and it is not a widely accepted idea because it just proposes a tentative explanation about a phenomenon.

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_____ refers to a procedure in which the fetus is delivered up to its head and brain matter is removed.

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_____ refers to a procedure in which the fetus is delivered up to its head and brain matter is removed.

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