Are you prepared to pass the
DOT Certified Medical Examiner’s Test?

Dr. Brian DonleyHello, my name is Dr. Donley,

On January 16, 2014, I took the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners Exam.  It was not an easy test and I am happy to tell you that I passed it.

Since I have become an ME, I have performed hundreds and hundreds of DOT medical exams. This has been a great new source of revenue to my practice. Many healthcare professionals are not becoming ME’s because the test is just too difficult and they don’t want to put in the time and effort studying for what is described as a Mini-Medical Board Examination. There really is a substantial amount of information to know, the problem is . . . where do you start?

The way I prepared myself for the examination was by formulating 300 Practice Test Questions and Answers. The questions are organized to cover the FMCSA Safety Regulations: 49 CFR 391.41, physical qualifications for drivers: (1) Loss of Limb, (2) Limb Impairment, (3) Diabetes, (4) Cardiovascular Disorders, (5) Respiratory Dysfunction, (6) Hypertension, (7) Rheumatic, Arthritic, Orthopedic, Muscular, Neuromuscular, or Vascular Disease, (8) Epilepsy, (9) Mental Disorders, (10) Vision, (11) Hearing, (12) Drug Use and (13) Alcoholism.

The questions are in a multiple choice format and include all the need to know disqualifiers, important values, measurements, drugs, waiting periods and certification times. I spent many hours formulating these 300 Practice Test Questions and Answers and I believe they will help you to organize your thoughts and memory skills so that you can pass this test too!

I’m offering to my colleagues these 300 Practice Test Questions and Answers along with my Quick Reference Guide for the reasonable price of $49.95. It’s available to you in universal PDF “e-book” format that is suitable for use on any computer, tablet, e-reader or smart phone!

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Sample Test Questions

What is maximum certification of a driver with type 1 diabetes and is taking metformin?

  1. 1 year
  2. 2 years
  3. 6 months
  4. Should be disqualified

Can a driver with an Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator ICD be certified?

  1. Yes, as long as there is clearance from a cardiologist
  2. Yes, 1 year, LVEF must be 40% or greater
  3. Yes, as long as driver has undergone a 3 month waiting period
  4. No, driver with an implantable ICD cannot be certified
When a driver completes an echocardiogram the results should be?

  1. LVEF of ≥ 40%
  2. LVEF of ≤ 40%
  3. Pulmonary output of at least 92%
  4. FEV / FVC ratio of at least 40%

What is the maximum certification time that can be given to a driver who has a history of diabetes mellitus but has been off all medications for more than two years?

  1. 1 year
  2. 2 years, but it’s up to the medical examiners discretion
  3. 6 months
  4. Driver should be tested again for diabetes

The 300 Test Questions comes with a very useful Reference Guide

The FMCSA expects you, as a healthcare professional, to be able to apply your knowledge with the medical standards used to determine a CMV Driver’s medical fitness for duty.  You will need to know 49 CFR 391.41, 49 CFR 391.43,  49 CFR 391.45, 49 CFR 391.49, and CFR 391.64.    The CFR (Regulations) are law and must be followed.  These test questions will help to assess your knowledge of these regulations and help you prepare for the NRCME test.

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