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Contraceptive (birth control) method that prohibits sexual contact between partners
Time from immediately after birth to 6 weeks after birth
Thin piece of glass that fits over a specimen on a glass slide so the specimen can be examined under a microscope.
T-shaped birth control method that prevents a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterine wall
Fungal vaginal infection of tissue that may result from antibiotic use, oral contraceptives,diabetes, or pregnancy
EDD (estimated delivery date)
Mothers probable due date for birth based on her last menstrual cycle LMP
to detect the fluid in the ear
abnormal development of tissue
test for hidden blood in the stool or other body secretions
process of expulsion of the fetus; child birth; labor
term that refers to the condition of a specimen
culture and sensitivity
laboratory test ordered to identify a microorganism and its susceptibility.
Technique of viewing the sigmoid region of the colon with a sigmoid scope
slide preparation used to observe for fungal or bacterial growth
substance that holds cells on a slide
grading system for pap smear
the time period after childbirth ; postpartum
HCG- human chronic gonadotropin
device attached to a patients finger that detects oxygen content in a arterial blood.
measured as the volume of air that can be expired when the patient exhales completely
examination of vaginal and cervical tissue with a colposcope
lab test reveals levels of chemicals in blood.
disease spread through sexual contact
the study of the formation and structure of cells
method used calculate a womens due date by adding 7 days to the first day of the LMP, and subtracting 3 months, and adding 1 year
measurement of the amount of a substance in a specimen
Genus of bacteria that exists in the vagina and can cause infection If PH is not balanced.
measurement of pelvis by estimating bimanually or by x-ray.
small endocrine tissue located on the surface of the ovary following the release of an egg; secretes the progesterone required to maintain the endometrium during implantation and pregnancy
painful or difficult urination
removal of tissue for a microscopic examination
birth control method that places a physical barrier between the egg and the sperm
physician who specializes in the treatment of women, including disease of the reproductive organs and breasts.
internal examination to evaluate the size, shape, and location of the reproductive organs and to detect disease
women or man should perfrom BSE or TSE how often ?
when should women schedule a pap smear ?
1 week before menstrual cycle
HPV (Human papilloma virus) causes what cancer ?
name of solution to prepare a slide ?
candidiasis is what type of infection ?
Trichomoniasis is caused by what ?
Glucose tolerance test
test done to pregnant women to check for dentinal diabetes
Determine EDD according to Naegele's rule (last menstrual cycle December 1)
Guiac test occult blood test, hemoccult test
all above dectect blood in stool
procedure for collecting stool for occult blood
detects present of blood for fecal occult
spirometry testing is used for ?
all above conditions
Normal "peak flow" reading
patient personal best
A pulsox measures what?
oxygen in blood
Rhinne test is used for ?
bone and air conduction
Rhinee test begins in what location of the body ?
test detects hearing ability
color of positive occult blood smear ?
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