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Quiz Review #2

QuestionAnswer
Why should extra time be given for first visits There is usually a lot of info to go over, parasite control, FIV/FeLV snap test, housing requirements, vaccines, socializations, spay/neuter benefits
What 3 things are important to talk about with clients in regards to pet food Appropriate pet food, amount, frequency
When should socialization occur for kittens? 2-7 weeks of age
What are some important housing factors for cats? Scratching areas, rest areas, litter box accessibility, perches, toys
When does teething begin in kittens? 3 1/2 to 4 mos
When do teeth start erupting in kittens? 3 weeks of age
When do deciduous teeth finish erupting in kittens 4 mos of age
What are some important factors for animal proofing your home? Avoid poisonous plants, remove cords, lock up cleaning supplies and medicines, put away fragile items, secure screens, clip kitten claws
Why is microchipping for indoor cats recommended. It's good idea since they can escape from house relatively easy
What are the 3 types of rabies vaccines vectored recombinant, killed 1-year, killed 3-year
What does FVRCP stand for? Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia,
True or False: The frequency of wellness visits has decreased recently due to pets living longer with healthier lifestyles. False
True or False: A cat is considered senior at 8 years of age, a dog is considered senior at 7 years of age. False, cats are considered senior at 11-14 yrs of age
True or False: We routinely run FIV/FeLV snap tests on all new kittens. True, we test before we vaccinate and vaccination can begin after 8 wks of age (2 doses 3-4 wks apart)
True or False: The lifestages of the cat are: kitten, junior, adult, mature, senior and geriatric. True, Kitten (0-6 mos), Junior (7 mos-2 yrs), Adult (3-6 yrs), Mature (7-10 yrs), Senior (11-14 yrs), Geriatric (14+ yrs)
True or False: The general rule for litter boxes in a house is 2 boxes per 1 cat. True
True or False: The two vaccines that are not recommended for cats are Corona and Giardia. True, according to the American Association of Feline Practitioners Feline Vaccine Advisory report
True or False: The initial puppy exam should occur between 6-8 weeks of age. True
True or False: Puppies should be socialized when they become adults. False
True or False: The signalment is important for an orthopedic exam because a lot of orthopedic problems are breed related. True
True or False: A good rule of thumb for exercising puppies is 5 minutes per month of age, up to twice a day. True
True or False: The two palpation maneuvers used for ACL tear diagnosis are caudal drawer and trochlear thrust. False, They are the Cranial Drawer and the Tibial Thrust
True or False: The first step to a proper neurologic exam is a thorough history. True, observe mental status while taking the history
True or False: A patient that is poorly responsive with normal reaction to a different stimuli is categorized as stuporous. False, obtunded
True or False: A patient with improper reactions is categorized as mentally confused. False, suporous
True or False: A wellness exam should be done twice yearly. False, depends on the vet powerpoint says yearly
True or False: A heartworm snap test is routinely done on all new puppies. False, a heartworm snap test is done on puppies after 6 mos of age
How many deciduous teeth do kittens have? 26, puppies are 28
The two core vaccines for dogs are what? Rabies, DHPP
What is the main job of the veterinary technician during an orthopedic exam? Restraint, radiographs, taking a history
What areas do we palpate for orthopedic exams? joints, bones, ligaments/tendons
What is the most involved process of orthopedic exams Palpation, palpation, palpation
What should the patient be allowed to do while making your initial observations of behavior and attitude? walk around freely
What direction does a dog with a head tilt typically tilt it’s head? towards the abrasion
A patient that cannot be aroused by any amount of stimuli is categorized as what? comatose
What muscles does cranial nerve V innervate? masticatory
Where should evaluation of gait and posture be performed? on a non-slippery surface
What is an example of a diffuse lower motor neuron disease? polyneuropathy
What is one of the two tests that are used to assess coxofemoral subluxation? Ortolani & Barden's
List the 12 Cranial Nerves in order from I to XII Olfactory, Optic, Oculomotor, Trochlear, Trigeminal, Abducens, Facial, Acoustic, Glossopharyngeal, Vagus, Accessory, Hypoglossal
Name one test used to assess the Olfactory nerve? volatile substance
Name one test used to assess the Optic nerve? Menace, PLR
Name one test used to assess the Oculomotor nerve? Observe eye following object, PLR
Name one test used to assess the Trochlear nerve? Observe and palpate temporalis, corneal and palpebral reflexes
Name one test used to assess the Trgeminal nerve? Observe ability to chew, palpate masseters, PLR, touching upper lip and septum
Name one test used to assess the Abducens nerve? Observe Eye position, PLR
Name one test used to assess the Facial nerve? Observe facial symmetry, corneal reflex, PLR, Menace
Name one test used to assess the Acoustic nerve? Move head vertically & horizontally, hand clap
Name one test used to assess the Glossopharyngeal nerve? Gag reflex, occulocardiac reflex, laryngeal reflex
Name one test used to assess the Vagus nerve? Gag reflex, occulocardiac reflex, laryngeal reflex
Name one test used to assess the nerve? Palpate neck muscles
Name one test used to assess the nerve? tongue stretch
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