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1

When doing a PE, what do you make note of when looking at their General Appearance? A). Gait (Limping) B). CRT C). Odor D). Reproductive system

A). Gait * also behavior and attitude

2

What does BAR stand for?

Bright, Alert, Responsive

3

What does QAR stand for?

Quiet, Alert, Responsive

4

What does ADR stand for?

Ain't Doing Right!

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What does TPR stand for

Temperature, Pulse, Respirations

6

What are the vital signs you do when doing a PE? (8 things)

Temperature, Pulse, Respirations, MM, CRT, Weight, BCS, WNL

7

What is the normal Temperature of a dog? A). 100.0- 102.5 B). 102-104 C). 99-102.5 D). 95-102

A). 100-102.5

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What is a normal Pulse for a dog? A). 120-240 bpm B). 100-200 bpm C). 70-140 bpm up to 160 D). 200-350 bpm

C). 70-140 bpm

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What is a cats normal pulse? A). 120-240 bpm B). 100-200 bpm C). 70-140 bpm up to 160 D). 200-350 bpm

A). 120-240 bpm

10

What is a Dogs normal resting Respiration? A). 10-30 rpm B). 8-20 rpm C). 150-2010 rpm D). 24-42 rpm

A). 10-30 rpm

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What is a cat's normal resting respiration rate? A). 10-30 rpm B). 8-20 rpm C). 150-2010 rpm D). 24-42 rpm

D). 24-42 rpm

12

If the cat is panting during a PE, what do you need to do? A). Note on the chart B). Let the DVM know immediately C). Don't worry about it D). Ask if that is normal to the client

B). Let the DVM know immediately * Open mouth breathing is NOT NORMAL IN CATS

13

When checking the Gums, if the color is blue, what does that mean, and what is the term? A). Cyanotic; lacking oxygen B). Pale; anemic or in shock C). Jaundice; liver issue D). Normal

A). Cyanotic; lacking oxygen

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When checking the Gums, if the color is a white/ light pink, what is the term, and what does that mean? A). Cyanotic; lacking oxygen B). Pale; anemic or in shock C). Jaundice; liver issue D). Normal

B). Pale; anemic or in shock

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When checking the gums, if the color is yellow, what is the term, and what does this mean? A). Cyanotic; lacking oxygen B). Pale; anemic or in shock C). Jaundice; liver issue D). Normal

C). Jaundice; liver issue

16

What are some health issues that can be caused due to obesity? A). Arthritis & other joint issues B). Difficult breeding C). Diabetes D). Increased surgical risk E). All of the above

E). All of the above

17

What is the definition of a heart murmur?

An abnormal, extra sound

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What does a heart murmur sound like?

Sounds like a swish

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What is a grade 1 murmur? A). Moderate to loud, radiates over all valve areas B). Low to moderate intensity, ~2-3 valve areas C). ~1-2 valve areas D). Very soft, localized, usually 1 valve area

D). Very soft, localized, usually 1 valve area

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What is a grade 4 murmur? A). Moderate to loud, radiates over all valve areas B). Low to moderate intensity, ~2-3 valve areas C). ~1-2 valve areas D). Very soft, localized, usually 1 valve area

A). Moderate to loud

21

When auscultating the lungs, how many quadrants do you make the lungs into? A). 4 B). 9 C). 6 D). 12

B). 9 quadrants

22

When looking at the Eyes, What do you look for? A). Reflexes &Responses B). Corneal changes/ abrasions C). Discharge D). Color & inflammation E). ALl of the above

E). All of the above

23

When looking at the Ears, you see black, coffee ground discharge in a cat. what do you think it is? A). Infection B). Mites C). No idea D). Nothing that's normal

B). Mites

24

If an animal is shaking/ scratching/ tilting their head, what is this called? A). Ataxia B). Normal C). Lethargy D). Nothing

A). Ataxia

25

If you suspect yeast in the ear, what is a big sign of it? A). Crust debris B). Purulent Debris C). Distinct odor D). You can't tell

C). Distinct odor

26

What is the Abreviation for Left ear? A). AS B). OS C). AA D). AD

A). AS

27

Where is the Submandibular (Mandibular) Lymph node located? A). In the Dorsal Stifle area (Hind leg) B). Cranial to the shoulder blade C). Cranial to the mandible D). None of the above

C). Cranial to the mandible * Pea to grape sized and feels unattached can be felt

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Where is the Popliteal Lymph node located? A). In the Dorsal Stifle area (Hind leg) B). Cranial to the shoulder blade C). Cranial to the mandible D). None of the above

A). In the dorsal stifle area (Hind leg) * Feels unattached (Movable) Bee to pea sized

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Where is the Prescapular lymph node located? A). In the Dorsal Stifle area (Hind leg) B). Cranial to the shoulder blade C). Cranial to the mandible D). None of the above

B). Cranial to the shoulder blade * can be palpated

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Where is the Axillary lymph node located? A). In the Dorsal Stifle area (Hind leg) B). In the inguinal area C). Cranial to the mandible D). Where the forelimb meets the body (Lower chest area)

D). Where the forelimb meets the body ( Lower chest area) * Cannot be palpated