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100

This is an emergency medication to be administered when an individual is having an allergic reaction to food or medications

What is Epinephrine (Epipen)

100

The number of doses of varicella which are required for a student entering Kindergarten

What are two (2)

100

A medical condition caused by a very low blood glucose

What is Hypoglycemia

100

This is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airway that causes spasms in the bronchi of the lungs

What is Asthma

100

A chronic medical condition that affects millions of children who experience symptoms including impulsive behavior and hyperactivity

What is Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

200

All medications and/or treatments need to be authorized by________

Who is the Parent/Guardian

200

The incubation period for Varicella

What is 10-21 days

200

This is a chronic medical condition in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin

What is Type 1 Diabetes

200

The device utilized to administer a specific amount of aerosolized medication into the lungs

What is a Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI) or nebulizer

200

This condition is a traumatic brain injury which may temporarily affect brain function.  Symptoms may include headaches, and problems with memory, balance and coordination

What is Concussion

300

Students are required by federal law to receive the following to significantly reduce the risk of acquiring a communicable disease

What are immunizations/vaccines

300

Parasitic insects which may be found in the hair and scalp of infected individuals

What is Pediculus Capitis

300

This is a main source of energy for the cells that make up muscles and other tissues

What is Blood glucose

300

Side effects of this medication include tachycardia, heart palpitations, and jitteriness

What is Albuterol

300

This is a term used to describe seizures lasting >30min, or occurrence of repeated seizures without regaining consciousness between attacks.

What is Status Epilepticus

400

This acute medical condition is non life threatening, however common in school aged children. It occurs when fragile blood vessels in the nares break and begin to bleed.

What is Epistaxis

400

The brand name for the combination vaccine which includes DTap, IPV(Polio), and Hep B

What is Pediarix

400

This medical condition has the potential to be life threatening and occurs when the body begins to breakdown fat due to a lack of insulin

What is Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)

400

Signs and symptoms of this acute medical condition include chest pain or tightness, coughing, wheezing, and severe shortness of breath

What is an asthma exacerbation

400

911 Must be called for seizures lasting longer than ________

What is 5 Minutes

500

A medical term used to describe an infection in the eye

What is Conjunctivitis

500

An infection found on school aged children that causes a red and itchy rash on the scalp

What is Tinea Capitis

500

This is an emergency injectable medication used to treat severe hypoglycemia

What is Glucagon

500

This disorder is characterized by a defective gene which causes a thick sticky build-up of mucus in the lungs, pancreas, and other organs

What is Cystic Fibrosis

500

This cranial nerve assesses the Oculomotor Nerve

What is Cranial Nerve III

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