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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through August, Chapter 12: Patrick, Chapter 13: Taylor, Chapter 14: The Committee, Chapter 15: Armando, Chapter 16: The Cost of Care.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What started the fight between Armando and the man in Madisonville?
(a) The man made a pass at Armando's girlfriend.
(b) Armando spilled his drink on the man's best jacket.
(c) The man was drunk, and Armando gave him water instead of whiskey.
(d) Armando attempted to steal the man's wallet.
2. What does Patrick's illness do to him?
(a) It makes him unable to absorb nutrition from the food he eats.
(b) It makes him unable to digest seeds and vegetable matter.
(c) Waste stays in his intestines, and damages his intestinal tissue.
(d) It makes his intestines unable to extract the water from the food he eats.
3. What point does Cindy make, regarding Armando, at the end of Chapter 16?
(a) He will almost definitely live, and therefore he is a liability to the hospital.
(b) His rude behavior toward the nurses shouldn't be tolerated.
(c) If he doesn't live, it will be bad press for the hospital.
(d) His condition is worsening fairly rapidly.
4. Who is Lee Zacharias?
(a) Financial administrator.
(b) Director of social work.
(c) Director of pediatric medicine.
(d) The hospital's lawyer.
5. How does Armando's family feel about his condition?
(a) He is much worse than they had imagined.
(b) They are relieved that it isn't as bad as they feared.
(c) They are unaware of his condition.
(d) Due to a language barrier, they are unable to fully understand it.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Patrick feel about the hospital staff?
2. What happened to Armando as a result of this misfortune?
3. Patrick is able to absorb even fewer nutrients due to what?
4. What is the significance of Patrick's medical chart?
5. Who suggests discussing the removal of Taylor's ventilator with the ethics committee?
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