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Is the skin scope used for skin cancer screening?
What is the most serious form of skin cancer?
None of the above
Which of the below is not a risk factor for skin cancer?
excessive sun or UV tanning device exposure
history of sunburn
Using sunscreen regularly
The ABCD's of skin cancer stand for what?
Asymmetry, Border, Changing, Diameter
Asymmetry, Border, Color, Diameter
Asymmetry, Border, Changing, Division
Asymmetry, Bumpy, Changing, Diameter
How often does sun screen need to be reapplied at minimum?
Every 90 minutes
Every 2 hours
Education should be provided:
Before using the skin scope
During use of the skin scope
After using the skin scope
All of the above
Participants should be looking for what color in the skin scope that may indicate pigment/skin damage?
Do you as an educator call for concern when viewing the participant?
Yes, the encourage screening
No, encourage the participant to be scrfeened if they are concerned
Do not talk to people while tey are in the skin scope
Point out each potentials damage spot to the participant
Can the machine be left our unattended by a trained user at an event?
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
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