Medical Assisting Review: Passing The CMA, RMA, and CCMA Exams6th Edition
Section 1 General Medical Assisting Knowledge
Chapter 1 – The Profession of Medical Assisting
Chapter 2 – Medical Terminology
Chapter 3 – Anatomy and Physiology
Chapter 4 – Pathophysiology
Chapter 5 – Microbiology
Chapter 6 – General Psychology
Chapter 7 – Nutrition and Health Promotion
Chapter 8 – Medical Law and Ethics
Section 1 Practice Test for CMA
Section 1 Practice Test for RMA
Section 1 Practice Test for CCMA
Section 1 Practice Test for NCMA
Section 2 Administrative Medical Assisting Knowledge
Chapter 9 – Reception, Correspondence, Mail, Telephone Techniques, and Supplies
Chapter 10 – Appointments, Scheduling, Medical Records, Filing, Policies, and Procedures
Chapter 11 – Communication in the Medical Office
Chapter 12 – Keyboarding and Computer Applications
Chapter 13 – Financial Management
Chapter 14 – Medical Insurance
Chapter 15 – Medical Coding
Section 3 Clinical Medical Assisting Knowledge
Chapter 16 – Blood-Borne Pathogens and Principles of Asepsis
Chapter 17 – Preparing the Patient
Chapter 18 – Vital Signs and Measurement
Chapter 19 – Pharmacology
Chapter 20 – Administration of Medication
Chapter 21 – Electrocardiography
Chapter 22 – Diagnostic Imaging
Chapter 23 – Physical Therapy
Chapter 24 – Medical Emergencies and First Aid
Chapter 25 – Clinical Laboratory
Practice Test for CMA
Practice Test for RMA
Practice Test for CCMA
Practice Test for NCMA
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