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Mod G unit 2


To inventory supplies properly, it is necessary to be aware of the reorder point
Magazines in the waiting or reception area should be current
Important information about the equipment purchased for the medical office includes the serial number, date purchased, and who services it
Minor, routine office maintenance is usually done by the staff
Keeping a supply inventory means that the medical assistant should keep a list of all supplies on hand
Patient bathrooms in the medical office should be handicap accessible
Word processing is the computer version of typing
The type of computer printer that produces high-quality copies is the laser
When designing an office reception area what should be considered color of walls, furniture, location of reception window
A group of computers that are connected is called network
Postage meters are beneficial in the office because they save time and money
Disk drives on a computer usually hold floppy disk
Durable goods, expected to last a few years capital goods
A document received with an order packing slip
Extra items on hand safety stock
A bill for products purchased invoice
Describes what will be covered in the meeting agenda
Operates fax machine only dedicated phone line
Status of being out of stock back order
A card providing protection against defective parts warranty card
A travel document is a itinerary
The time it takes to receive an order once it’s placed lead time
A series of screens that direct users through a multistep task wizard
A list of commands or options menu
An option chosen by the computer default
A computer message asking you to enter data prompt
External storage device for large amounts of data zip drive
Websites, allowing the user to use topics, words, or groups of words to look up information search engine
What reads typewriter characters OCR
A program for surfing the internet browser
A website allowing users to select from different categories directory
Character style of typeface font
Keys that allow a computer to accomplish many functions with one stroke are called function keys
The device that allows transmission of information from the computer over the telephone lines is called a modem
The flashing dot that appears on the screen where the next character will be written is called the cursor
The device that allows the computer operator to manipulate the cursor without using the arrow keys is the mouse
The piece of equipment that allows you to make copies of information from the computer is the printer
The programs that allow the computer operator to perform various tasks are application software
The type of computer printer that produces the sharpest image is the laser
The central processing unit (CPU) is the computer’s brain
When the computer starts up, it is said to boot
The type of memory that can store information while your computer is on is called RAM
Databases are a set of records
cancer CA
calcium Ca
Central Auditory Processing Disorder CAPD
cardiovascular CV
carbohydrate CHO
cholesterol Chol
chronic kidney disease CKD
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder COPD
Current Procedure Terminology CPT
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation CPR
Chronic Renal Failure CRF
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome CTS
brady slow
bronch/o bronchus
carcin/o cancer
cardi, cardia heart
-cele pouching
-centesis surgical puncture
cephal/o head
cerebr/o cerebrum
cervic/o neck/cervix
chol/e bile
cyan/o blue
cyst/o bladder
cyt/o cell
cyte cell
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