check bleeding time
Patients with liver disorders you want to?
congestive heart failure
Heart cannot pump enough blood... bronchial wheezing, edema, enlarged jugular vein, dyspnea and rales
abnormal cardiac bubbling sounds... AKA cackles
Restricted cardiac blood flow
an irregular heartbeat
the cleanest quad
Patient on anticoagulant therapy which quadrant should be cleaned 1st?
less than 200
Premedication with antibiotics is not usually required for HIV unless cd4 cell count is
a low cell count
a high viral count with correlate with
what is prescribed for xerostomia?
loss of hair?
A group of neoplastic disease where normal cells become malignant
What trimester is the safest to do dental procedures for a pregnant patient?
Make sure to put protective eyewear on patient with ________ b/c the tendency of the eyelid not to close?
Generalized muscle weakness, guide to chair, tilt chair slowly, self care difficult
Demyelinating of the CNS, provide a warm comfortable setting, schedule frequent short appointment?
Necrosis of the heart muscle is called?
Fluid movement in the dental tubles, Stimulates the nerve ending perceived as pain?
TMJ problems associated with clenching and grinding of the teeth?
trendelenburg position, cold cloth on forehead, cover with blanket... EMS
What is the treatment for adrenal crisis?
Supplying organ or tissue adequately with fluids, nutritionally and oxygen?
Suffocation as a result of breathing cessation?
unequally dilated pupils
the vitality of the pulp depends on?
submandibular (wharton's duct)
What gland is located under the mandible?
gland located under the tongue?
parotid (stensen's duct)
largest salivary gland?
trapped saliva is called?
the major gland involved in mumps is?
difficulty on opening the mouth?
If the larynx or voice box does not more from side to side... you should consider?
swelling of the neck?
hyperthyroidism (graves disease)
symptoms: fever, sore throat, sweating, nervousness, bulging eyes
Symptoms: obesity, weakness, low bp, low heart rate?
an characteristic of an hyperactive thyroid is?
cns drug usage or lack of oxygen to the brain
widely dilated pupil can mean?
unequal pupils can mean?
sign of narcotic use
pinpoint pupils (miosis) can mean?
If a seizure takes more then 5 minutes the dentist would administer?
Dry, hot skin, sluggish, kassumal breathing, acetone breath are signs of?
Diabetic coma is caused by?
oxygen is appropriate for all patients experiencing a medical emergency except for?
a major sign of anaphylasis is?
an autoimmune disease of the CT, skin rigidity, joint pain and swelling, limited opening of the mouth, sensitive to temp.?
joint pain and inflammation, NSAIDS
progressive CNS degeneration, may have orthostatic hypotention, intellect not affective, suggest adapted selfcare devices.?
paralysis of the facial muscles, mouth and eyelid droop, speech and chewing difficult, anesthetize with caution?
muscles are ridgit with involuntary movements, may need sedation, involve the care giver?
pace maker of the heart, located on the UR atrium?
an instrument that aids healthcare workers in diagnosing certain type of heart problems and disorders?
what starts or initiates the heart muscle contraction?
brings oxygenated blood from the lungs to the heart?
left coronary artery
what coronary artery branches?
coronary arteries supply blood to the?
brings deoxygenated blood from the heart to the lungs?
the great artery that carries oxygenated blood from the heart to the body?
does most pumping, walls thick and muscular.. which chamber is this?
receiving room, walls relatively thin, which chamber is this?
continuous growth of bacteria is referred to as?
vegetation may lead to obstruction of blood flow which is?
backward flow is called?
mitral and aortic
the valves most commonly infected by endocarditis is?
a life threatening infection, characterized by colonization or invasion of the heart valves by microbial agents that have infected the bloodstream is called?
myocardial infraction usually occurs in which chamber?
the layer of tissue covering the lungs is called?
difficulty in breathing when in a horizontal position?
what portion of the pituitary gland secretes several hormones?
what is caused by an adenoma of the anterior pituitary gland?
adenoma of the anterior pituitary gland
excess of growth hormones is caused by?
occurs when excess hormone levels develop before puberty?
acromegaly ( large hands, head, feet and protruding mandible)
occurs when excess hormones level develops after puberty?
acts as a general regulator of: apetite, sex drive, fatigue, body temp, energy level, thirst?
process stem cells into t-lymphocytes, cell mediated immunity?
what is the largest endocrine glad?
regulates body metabolism, regulates growth?
storehouse for iodine?
intolerance to cold, obesity, lethargy, low bp, low HR, dry skin and signs of?
valve that closes over the larynx during swollowing to prevent food from entering the trachea?
do not give high levels of oxygen to someone with COPD to avoid shutting down?
referred to as the master gland?
breathing is regulated by>
forked division of the trachea that leads to the the right and left lung. the forked division is referred to as?
a delayed immune-mediated inflammatory condition that may occur following exposure to group A beta-hemolytic streptococci pharyngitis (strep throat)?
valves are lined up by?
internal lining of heart?
waht is the thickest layer of the heart wall?
the middle heart wall layer is called?
double-wall membranous sac enclosing the heart?
the outtermost heart wall layer is?
infection of the lungs that may involve a lobe or the entire lung, primary caused by bacteria and viruses? resulting in purulent exudate within alveolar air sacs?
all of these are: pituitary gland, hypothalamus, thymus gland, thyroid gland. papatyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancrease?
main purpose is to secrete hormones into the blood stream in order to regulate all the systems of the body?
infection of the lungs that is not patchy and involves entire lobe?
infection of the lungs that has patchy distribution involving more then one lobe?
Has two main bronchi, each leading to one of the lobes?
has 3 main bronchi, each leading to one of the lobes?
specialized muscle of the body innervated by the phrenic nerve, that divides the thoracic cavity from the abdomen?
is an enlargement of the air space due to destruction of the alveoli walls?
air flow obstruction due to hypersecretion of the bronchial mucous glands?
the pituitary gland is located in the?