HSC160 Notes Week 15
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HSC160 WEEK 15 Chapter 15 Chapter 15 Review 1. Of the following conditions, which would be appropriately managed by selfcare? A SORE THROAT, RUNNY NOSE, AND COUGH THAT PERSIST FOR A FEW DAYS 2. What medical practice is based on procedures whose objective is to heal by countering the patients’ symptoms? ALLOPATHIC MEDICINE 3. CAM therapies focus on treating both the mind and the whole body, which makes them part of a: HOLISTIC APPROACH 4. What type of medicine addresses imbalances of “qi”? TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE 5. The alternative system of medicine based on the principle that “like cures like” is: HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE 6. The use of techniques to improve the psychoneuroimmunology of the human body is called: MINDBODY MEDICINE 7. What system places equal emphasis on body, mind, and spirit and strives to restore the innate harmony of the individual? AYURVEDIC MEDICINE 8. The “USP Dietary Supplement Verified” seal indicates that a supplement is: SAFE AND PURE 9. What mechanism used by private insurance companies requires that the subscriber pay a certain amount directly to the provider before the insurance company will begin paying for services? DEDUCTIBLES 10. Andrea, 28, is a single parent on welfare. Her medical bills are paid by a federal health insurance program for the poor. This program is: MEDICAID
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