DANB RHS Practice Test (Spanish)
This Spanish-language practice test can help you prepare for DANB’s Radiation Health and Safety (RHS) exam. This practice test has the same questions and features as the DANB RHS Practice Test in English. Quiz yourself on dental radiographic procedures and feel ready for exam day.
Prepare for DANB’s RHS exam in Spanish with this practice test. The DANB RHS Practice Test is an essential study tool to help test your understanding of operating dental x-ray equipment and performing dental radiographic procedures. Quiz yourself on the major anatomical landmarks of the teeth, jaw, oral cavity, and adjacent structures of the skull. Check your knowledge of how to catch and correct common exposure and processing errors. Test your recall of radiation safety procedures.
This Spanish-language practice test has the same questions and features as the DANB RHS Practice Test in English. With more than 200 questions that mirror the DANB Radiation Health and Safety (RHS) exam outline, you’ll further your understanding of the concepts covered on the exam and improve your test-taking strategies. A variety of review methods help customize your experience to your personal learning style. Plus, you’ll be able to flag questions to come back to and identify areas that you may need to spend more time reviewing.
Questions are not from actual DANB exams, and completing the practice test does not guarantee that you will pass the DANB RHS exam.
A very special thank you to the SMEs who assisted with the Spanish translation:
- Alondra Espitia
- Carlos Gaxiola, CDIPC, RDA, RDHAP, RDH
- Isabel Ponce
- Jose Rios
- Michael Slattery
After completing this practice test, you will be able to:
- Understand the concepts covered on DANB’s RHS exam
- Improve test-taking strategies specific to DANB’s RHS exam
- Refer to recommended reference materials
- Identify areas of study that may need practice
- Check your study progress
Subject Matter Experts
Dr. Gagliardi has been an educator in both dental assisting and dental hygiene for over 30 years and in the field of dentistry since 1977. She is retired and recently was granted the faculty rank of Professor Emeritus with Pasadena City College. She spent 30 years at Pasadena City College serving in a variety of positions, including as the Dental Assisting Program Director for 15 years.
Dr. Gagliardi served for many years on the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA), as chair and commissioner for CODA’s Dental Assisting Education Review Committee and site visitor. She is an author of the textbook, Dental Health Education, Lesson Planning and Implementation, now in its third edition, and a contributor to other textbooks, articles and publications.
As an active member of the dental community, Dr. Gagliardi has served in multiple roles for several organizations at the local and national levels. She is a member of the American Dental Assistants Association; past president and current member of the California Dental Hygienists Association; past president and current member of the California Association for Dental Assisting Teachers (CADAT); and a member of the Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention. Additionally, she participates as a subject-matter expert on topics related to dental health and dental assisting education programs and courses, including currently serving on the DALE Foundation’s Entry Level Dental Assisting Curriculum Task Force.
Dr. Gagliardi holds a doctorate in education and organizational leadership and a master’s in education with special emphasis on dental health education from the University of La Verne in California. She studied dental hygiene at the University of Southern California, and dental assisting at Pasadena City College.
Dr. Gagliardi has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.