DeVry HIT 203 HIT/203 HIT203 Homework 6 Solution

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Female Reproductive System and Obstetrics; Placement, Administration, Measurement, and Monitoring; and Extracorporeal Assistance,  Performance, and Therapies

(TCO 3) When sterilization is accomplished by the complete removal of the fallopian tubes, the root operation assigned is:

(TCO 3) The root operation that means, “exerting a pulling force on a body region in a distal direction” is:

(TCO 3) Cesarean deliveries are coded to the root operation:

(TCO 3) When sterilization is accomplished by occluding the fallopian tubes with sutures, clips, or rings, the root operation assigned is:

(TCO 3) The root operation(s) that means, “taking out or off a device from a body region and putting back an identical or similar device in or on the same body region without cutting or puncturing the skin or a mucous membrane” is:

TCO 3) When a woman has a baby vaginally and no instrumentation or incision is needed, the root

(TCO 3) The root operation which means, “taking over a portion of a physiological function by extracorporeal means,” is:

(TCO 3) The root operation which means, “putting material on a body region for protection” is:

(TCO 3) The root operation which means, “completely taking over a physiological function by extracorporeal means.”

(TCO 3) All of the following are root operations used in the Extracorporeal Assistance and Performance Section, EXCEPT for:

(TCO 3) During the in vitro fertilization process, when the fertilized eggs are implanted inside the body, this is coded in the administration section using the root operation of:

(TCO 3) The root operation for a cervical cerclage procedure is:

(TCO 3) When sterilization is accomplished by burning the fallopian tubes with electrocautery, the root operation assigned is:

(TCO 3) When a woman has a baby vaginally and an incision or instrumentation is required, such as

(TCO 3) This root operation is defined as, “determining the level of a physiological or physical function at a point in time.”