You will need to answer 7 questions correctly to pass the test.
1. What is the Veteran's Administration term for two or more injuries resulting in physical, cognitive, psychological, or psychosocial impairments and functional disability?
2. Which of the following is NOT a diagnosis typically associated with the polytrauma?
3. What is the term for the exposure when chemicals released from IED shrapnel travel to other body regions inducing pathology?
4. Placing a _______ proximal to a traumatic amputation while in the battlefield manages hemorrhaging to preserve life and avoid the need for massive transfusion.
5. The clinician can include _______ in their evaluation to provide additional context to current injuries and promote the therapeutic relationship.
6. According to the DoD Standard Surveillance Case Definition, what TBI severity would be assigned to an individual presenting with memory loss lasting greater than 24 hours but less than seven days?
7. If a female patient presents with excessive fatigue, low muscle mass, low blood pressure, and reports amenorrhea, the clinician might suspect what condition?
8. When a patient is experiencing PTSD symptoms during therapy, the clinician should _______.
9. Which of the following is NOT associated with increased incidence of chronic pain following combat related injuries?
10. Which factor assessed on the Beck Anxiety Inventory may provide the most beneficial information regarding the mental health of combat veterans?