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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- what are the characteristics of bacterial and viral pneumonia?
- what is excretion?
- what are two most common causes of stomatitis?
- what two diseases must be diagnosed first to be diagnosed with COPD?
- what is the end portion of the large intestine called?
- a patient must have chronic bronchitits and emphysema.
- b elimination of materials that are not absorbed by the body.
- c rectum
- d viral (herpes simplex) or bacterial (cadida albicans) infections.
- e bacterial is sudden and severe; symptoms include fever, cough, chills and difficulty breathing.
Viral is gradual; symptoms include fever and a hacking cough...viral spreads through the lung fields where bacterial usually stays local
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- breathing cessation that happens periodically during sleep
- abdomin/o celi/o lapar/o
- nonivasive method of estimating the percentage of oxygen saturation in the blood.
- small intestine is in the stomach area and the large intestine is the area from the end of the colon to the rectum
5 True/False Questions
what are the medical terms for breathing or ventilation? → inhilation/inspiration or exhalation/expiration
what is the difference between cholelithiasis and cholecystitis? → cholelithiasis is the formation of gallstones from cholesteral and bilirubin; cholecystitis is the inflammation of the gallbladder
How is a hiatal hernia caused? → caused by a defect in the diaphragm that lets part of the stomach slide up into the chest cavity, allowing stomach acid to invade the esophagus.
breathing → rect/o
stomach → gastr/o