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50 terms
Medical Clinic
cough
hemoptysis
pain
lateral
咳嗽
咯血
疼痛
側面
cough
咳嗽
hemoptysis
咯血
14 terms
Medications for Clinicals
Lantus
Metoprolol
Docusate Sodium
Sertraline
Trade Name: Insulin Lantus... Generic Name: Glargine(Long Acting…
Trade Name: Lopressor... Generic Name: Metoprolol tartrate... Class…
Trade Name: Diocto... Generic Name: Docusate Sodium... Classificati…
Trade Name: Zoloft... Generic Name: Sertraline HCL... Classificatio…
Lantus
Trade Name: Insulin Lantus... Generic Name: Glargine(Long Acting…
Metoprolol
Trade Name: Lopressor... Generic Name: Metoprolol tartrate... Class…
47 terms
Clinical Medication
Saline Flush 0.9%... Class, Action, Nurs…
K-Dur Sr tab (Potassium CL) ... Class, A…
Fluticasone-salmeterol... Class, Action,…
Atorvastatin... Class, Action, Nursing C…
-Mineral & electrolyte replacement / supplement... -Sodium and…
-Mineral and electrolyte replacement/supplement... -Maintain aci…
-Corticosteroids... -Locally acting anti-inflammatory and immune…
-HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors... -Inhibits HMG-CoA reductase, pr…
Saline Flush 0.9%... Class, Action, Nurs…
-Mineral & electrolyte replacement / supplement... -Sodium and…
K-Dur Sr tab (Potassium CL) ... Class, A…
-Mineral and electrolyte replacement/supplement... -Maintain aci…
18 terms
CLINICAL MEDICATIONS
Allergies
Effexor (venlafaxine)
Reglan (metoclopramide)... 10 mg PO T.I.D…
Diltiazem XR (many differ names)... 240 m…
Sulfa, Shellfish
Antidepressants - taking for depression / 75 mg/day / seizure…
Antiemetics - taking for nausea / 10-15 mg for adults /... drows…
Antianginals, Antiarrhythmics, Antihypertensives / 120mg, 180…
Allergies
Sulfa, Shellfish
Effexor (venlafaxine)
Antidepressants - taking for depression / 75 mg/day / seizure…
47 terms
Clinical Medication
Saline Flush 0.9%... Class, Action, Nurs…
K-Dur Sr tab (Potassium CL) ... Class, A…
Fluticasone-salmeterol... Class, Action,…
Atorvastatin... Class, Action, Nursing C…
-Mineral & electrolyte replacement / supplement... -Sodium and…
-Mineral and electrolyte replacement/supplement... -Maintain aci…
-Corticosteroids... -Locally acting anti-inflammatory and immune…
-HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors... -Inhibits HMG-CoA reductase, pr…
Saline Flush 0.9%... Class, Action, Nurs…
-Mineral & electrolyte replacement / supplement... -Sodium and…
K-Dur Sr tab (Potassium CL) ... Class, A…
-Mineral and electrolyte replacement/supplement... -Maintain aci…
84 terms
Medical Assistan Clinicals
scope of practice
CC
HPI
PFSH
Medical assistant should only perform the range of activities…
Chief complaint/ reason why patient came to see physician
History of present illness/explanation of chief of complaint…
PAst, Family and social History/ past medical history surgeri…
scope of practice
Medical assistant should only perform the range of activities…
CC
Chief complaint/ reason why patient came to see physician
47 terms
Clinicals Medical Terminology
ā
@
ad lib
ASAP
before
at
as desired
as soon as possible
ā
before
@
at
66 terms
Clinical Medication
Albuterol/ Ipratropium (Duoneb Inhal S…
Sodium Chloride Spray (Ocean Nasal Spr…
Phenobarbital... Class, Action, Nursing…
Docusate Sodium (Colace)... Class, Actio…
-Bronchodilators; adrenergics... -Relaxation of airway smooth mu…
-Decongestant; intranasal... -Adds moisture inside the nose to d…
-Anticonvulsants; sedative/hypnotics... -Produces all levels of…
-Cathartic's and laxatives... -Promotes water into stool resulti…
Albuterol/ Ipratropium (Duoneb Inhal S…
-Bronchodilators; adrenergics... -Relaxation of airway smooth mu…
Sodium Chloride Spray (Ocean Nasal Spr…
-Decongestant; intranasal... -Adds moisture inside the nose to d…
15 terms
Medications Clinical
prinvil/zestril
folic acid
memantine
potassium sparing diuretic
lisinopril
b9
namenda
aldactone
prinvil/zestril
lisinopril
folic acid
b9
71 terms
Clinical Medications
Benazepril
Captopril
Enalapril
Lisinopril
Lotensin ... Ace Inhibitor
Capoten... Ace Inhibitor
Vasotec ... Ace Inhibitor
Zestril, Prinivil... Ace Inhibitor
Benazepril
Lotensin ... Ace Inhibitor
Captopril
Capoten... Ace Inhibitor
30 terms
Medical clinical
PFT's
What is cardiac cycle and what is it r…
the SA node and what it does
the AV node and what it does
pulmonary function test measure sevaluate a patients lung cap…
Sequence of contractions relaxation makes up a complete heart…
Pace maker. Transmission of electrical impulse in heart beat…
Delay muscle construction
PFT's
pulmonary function test measure sevaluate a patients lung cap…
What is cardiac cycle and what is it r…
Sequence of contractions relaxation makes up a complete heart…
8 terms
Medications for clinical
ACE inhibitors
Calcium channel blockers
Ca channel blocker cont.
Nitrates
Angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors dilate arterie…
Nondihydropyridine calcium-channel blocker: Inhibits extracel…
Ca channel blocker: inhibits transmembrane influx of extracel…
Organic nitrate which causes systemic venodilation, decreasin…
ACE inhibitors
Angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors dilate arterie…
Calcium channel blockers
Nondihydropyridine calcium-channel blocker: Inhibits extracel…
24 terms
Clinical medications
Famotidine(Pepcin)
Famotidine (Pepcin)
Famotidine (Pepcin)
Famotidine (Pepcin)
Antiulcer drug... PT: do not drive or operate hazardous machinea…
SE: headache, constipation, dizziness, diarrhea
NC: asses pt for abdominal pain, look for blood in stool, vom…
Action:Treats ulcers, Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD),…
Famotidine(Pepcin)
Antiulcer drug... PT: do not drive or operate hazardous machinea…
Famotidine (Pepcin)
SE: headache, constipation, dizziness, diarrhea
14 terms
Clinical Medications
Furosemide (Lasix)
Lorazepam (Ativan)
Insulin- aspart, regular, levimir
Narcotics- ... Dilaudid (Hydromorphone),…
Diuretic... FOR: ... -Hypertension ... -Edema due to heart failure, he…
Analgesic adjunct (post op pain med)... Antianxiety agent... Sedati…
*High alert... Antidiabetics & hormones... Lowers blood glucose
*High alert... Narcotics/opioids... Allergy/ cold... FOR: ... -Moderate-…
Furosemide (Lasix)
Diuretic... FOR: ... -Hypertension ... -Edema due to heart failure, he…
Lorazepam (Ativan)
Analgesic adjunct (post op pain med)... Antianxiety agent... Sedati…
22 terms
Clinical medications
Prednizone
Baclofen
Aspirin
Carvedilol
Supress inflammation and normal immune response intense metab…
Inhibits reflexes at the spinal level, decreases muscle spast…
Decreases platelet aggregation, decrease incidence of transie…
Blocks stimulation of Beta1(Myocardial) and Beta2 (pulmonary,…
Prednizone
Supress inflammation and normal immune response intense metab…
Baclofen
Inhibits reflexes at the spinal level, decreases muscle spast…
102 terms
Clinical Medications
Potassium Chloride
Famotidine
Omeprazole
Pantoprazole
K-Dur... -Potassium Supplement
Pepcid... -Antiulcer/histamine H2 receptor antagonist
Prilosec... -GERD tx, ulcer tx, upper GI bleed
Protonix... -GERD tx, ulcer tx, upper GI bleed tx
Potassium Chloride
K-Dur... -Potassium Supplement
Famotidine
Pepcid... -Antiulcer/histamine H2 receptor antagonist
26 terms
Clinical Medications
Cytotec (misoprostol)
Methergine
Hemabate
Pitocin
Induction of Labor:, prevent and treat uterine atony after fa…
Used to prevent and control of pph. (IV not reccomdened, can…
Used to treat severe bleeding after childbirth.... SE: Pelvic pa…
Natural hormone that causes the uterus to contract. Also used…
Cytotec (misoprostol)
Induction of Labor:, prevent and treat uterine atony after fa…
Methergine
Used to prevent and control of pph. (IV not reccomdened, can…
37 terms
Clinic Medications
Prostaglandin MOA, Dosing, A/E, C/I
Latanaprost 0.005% brand name
Latanaprost info
Travoprost 0.004% brand name
MOA: increase uveoscleral outflow... Dosing: QD... Main A/E: Hypere…
Zalatan
Use: PGA, #1 for glc... Dosing: QD... C/I: secondary inflammatory g…
Travatan-Z
Prostaglandin MOA, Dosing, A/E, C/I
MOA: increase uveoscleral outflow... Dosing: QD... Main A/E: Hypere…
Latanaprost 0.005% brand name
Zalatan
13 terms
Clinical Medications
Baclofen
Docusate Sodium (Colace)
Dexamethasone
Gabapentin
Class: Skeletal Muscle Relaxant... Action: GABA receptor agonist…
Class: Stool Softener... Mechanism: Increases water penetration…
Class: Corticosteroid... Mechanism: Decreases inflammation by su…
Class: Anticonvulsant... Mechanism: chemically similar to gaba,…
Baclofen
Class: Skeletal Muscle Relaxant... Action: GABA receptor agonist…
Docusate Sodium (Colace)
Class: Stool Softener... Mechanism: Increases water penetration…
24 terms
Clinical Medications
Gabapentin
Coreg (carvedilol)
Ipratropium (Atrovent)
Sim-va-statin (Zocor)
Analgesic, Anticonvulsants
Antihypertensive (used to treat HTN and HF)
Bronchodialator
Lipid-lowering Agents
Gabapentin
Analgesic, Anticonvulsants
Coreg (carvedilol)
Antihypertensive (used to treat HTN and HF)
13 terms
Clinical Medications
Heparin needle length
Heparin needle gauge
glucose target levels before meals
Anticoagulant, used to prevent DVTs an…
5/8''
26 to 30
4-7 mmol
herparin
Heparin needle length
5/8''
Heparin needle gauge
26 to 30
40 terms
Medication for clinical
Norvasc class
Norvasc action
Norvasc use
Norvasc effects
Antihypertensive
inhibits the transport of calcium into myocardial in vascular…
Decrease BP and frequency of angina
Peripheral edema,hypotension
Norvasc class
Antihypertensive
Norvasc action
inhibits the transport of calcium into myocardial in vascular…
18 terms
Clinical Medications
anticholinergic
lopressor... BetaBlocker/ antiHypertensiv…
levitricetam... antiConvulsant... -monitor f…
Vancocin... antibiotic... *renal toxic, moni…
Atrovent
Metoprolol
Keppra
Vancomycin
anticholinergic
Atrovent
lopressor... BetaBlocker/ antiHypertensiv…
Metoprolol
38 terms
Medications & Clinical
APAP
ASA
AZT
EES
Acetaminophen
Aspirin
Zidovudine
Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate
APAP
Acetaminophen
ASA
Aspirin
51 terms
Clinical Medications
Humalog
lantus
novolog
levemir
insulin
insulin
insulin
insulin
Humalog
insulin
lantus
insulin
49 terms
Clinical medications
ACE Inhibitors
Beta Blockers
Calcium Channel Blockers
Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonists (A…
-benzapril (Lotensin)... -captopril (Capoten)... -enalapril (Vasote…
-atenolol (Tenormin)... -carvedilol (Coreg)... -labetalol HCL (Norm…
-amlodipine (Norvasc)... -diltiazem (Cardizem)... -nifedipine (Proc…
-losartan (Cozaar)... -olmesartan (Benicar)... -telmisartan (Micard…
ACE Inhibitors
-benzapril (Lotensin)... -captopril (Capoten)... -enalapril (Vasote…
Beta Blockers
-atenolol (Tenormin)... -carvedilol (Coreg)... -labetalol HCL (Norm…
48 terms
Medications for Clinical
What does metoprolol treat?
Drug classification of metoprolol?
Route for metoprolol? Dosage?
S/E of metoprolol?
HTN, angina, and HF
beta blocker
IV and Oral - 25-100mg/day max 450mg
fatigue, HA, upset stomach, constipation/diarrhea, SOB
What does metoprolol treat?
HTN, angina, and HF
Drug classification of metoprolol?
beta blocker
18 terms
Medications for Clinical
What is the brand name for acetaminoph…
What category is acetaminophen?
What is acetaminophen used for?
What is the action of acetaminophen?
Tylenol
nonopioid analgesic and antipyretics
Mild pain and fever
Inhibits synthesis of prostaglandins that may serve as mediat…
What is the brand name for acetaminoph…
Tylenol
What category is acetaminophen?
nonopioid analgesic and antipyretics
25 terms
Clinicals Medical Terminology #6
Physio (Nature boy)
Bucco (bucket)
Palpebr (pile of people)
Plasia(play show) developing film
Nature
Cheek
Eyelid
Development
Physio (Nature boy)
Nature
Bucco (bucket)
Cheek
18 terms
Clinicals Medical Abbreviations #4
-... c
CA
CAB
CAD
with
cancer
coronary artery bypass
coronary artery disease
-... c
with
CA
cancer
32 terms
Medical Tools for Clinical 2
carmalt splinter forceps
tissue forceps
duplay uterine tenaculum forceps
allis tissue forceps
carmalt splinter forceps
tissue forceps
8 terms
At the Medical Clinic Vocabulary
receptionist
patient
medications
medicare card
A person who greets and help patients, and answer phone calls
A person who is feeling sick
medicines taken
medical card used by patients
receptionist
A person who greets and help patients, and answer phone calls
patient
A person who is feeling sick
140 terms
Medical Terminology for Clinicals
Abduction
Acute care
Adduction
ADL
movement of a body part away from the body
care of people having an acute or short illness
movement of a body part toward the body
activities of daily living
Abduction
movement of a body part away from the body
Acute care
care of people having an acute or short illness
At the Medical Clinic Vocabulary
receptionist
patient
medications
allergies
A receptionist asks for your information.
Are you Dr. Stanley's patient?
Are you on any medications?
Do you have any allergies?
receptionist
A receptionist asks for your information.
patient
Are you Dr. Stanley's patient?
57 terms
Medical Statistics: Clinical Trials
Describe a Phase I Trial (4)
Describe a Phase II Trial (3)
Describe a Phase III Trial (3)
Describe a Phase IV Trial (2)
focus on pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics (absorption/metabo…
Initial Clinical Investigation into dose and dose schedules a…
Full-Scale Evaluation, efficacy, compared to standard treatme…
assesses effectiveness, post-marketing surveillance
Describe a Phase I Trial (4)
focus on pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics (absorption/metabo…
Describe a Phase II Trial (3)
Initial Clinical Investigation into dose and dose schedules a…
10 terms
Medical Terminology Clinical Vocabulary
Alphabetic index
ICD-10-CM
Insurance reimbursement
Nomenclature
A content list for a reference work organized by the first le…
Tenth revision of the International Classification of Disease…
The process of receiving payment from an insurance company fo…
An organized system of words for use in a particular field
Alphabetic index
A content list for a reference work organized by the first le…
ICD-10-CM
Tenth revision of the International Classification of Disease…
41 terms
Pathology - Medical and clinical terminology
Signs
Symptoms
Disorder
Disease
These are objective evidence of a disease
These are subjective evidence of a disease
A disruption of or an interruption with normal functions or e…
A condition of abnormal vital function involving any part of…
Signs
These are objective evidence of a disease
Symptoms
These are subjective evidence of a disease
62 terms
medical terms; clinic
abdominal cavity
adenectomy
adenitis
adenoma
Body space between the diaphragm and the pelvis, which houses…
Surgical removal of a gland
Inflammation of the gland.
benign tumor that arises from or resembles glandular tissue
abdominal cavity
Body space between the diaphragm and the pelvis, which houses…
adenectomy
Surgical removal of a gland
22 terms
Clinical studies: Medical Math
1,000 m
100 m
10 m
0.1 m
How many meters(m) are in 1 kilometer(km)?
How many meters(m) are in 1 hectometer?
How many meters(m) are in 1 dekameter?
How many meters(m) are in 1 decimeter?
1,000 m
How many meters(m) are in 1 kilometer(km)?
100 m
How many meters(m) are in 1 hectometer?
27 terms
Medical Genetics - Clinical Examples
Autosomal Dominant
Autosomal Recessive
X-linked Recessive
Achondroplasia
Autosomal dominant... Short arms and legs... Intelligence and lifes…
Autosomal Dominant
Autosomal Recessive
34 terms
Medical Conditions - Clinical Features
Condition
Pierre Robin Sequence
Van Der Woude Syndrome
Frontonasal Dysplasia
Major Features
Micrognathia, glossoptosis, U-shaped cleft palate, compromise…
Lower lip pits (bilateral, symmetrical)
cleft down middle of face (sublte forms have widely space eys…
Condition
Major Features
Pierre Robin Sequence
Micrognathia, glossoptosis, U-shaped cleft palate, compromise…
72 terms
CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT: URINALYSIS
PURPOSE OF URINALYSIS
Properties of urine examined:
Asepsis during urinalysis
Types of Urinalyses that provide a ste…
Check for Presence or Absence of Disease or Infection & Provi…
1) Physical... 2) Chemical ... 3) Microscopic
Medical asepsis (hand hygiene ect.) and always follow Standar…
1) Clean-Catch Midstream Specimen... 2) Catheterization Specimen…
PURPOSE OF URINALYSIS
Check for Presence or Absence of Disease or Infection & Provi…
Properties of urine examined:
1) Physical... 2) Chemical ... 3) Microscopic
119 terms
Clinical Medical Abbreviations
N/A
d/c
Dx
IPV
Not Applicable
Discontinue
Diagnosis
Inactivate Polio Vaccine
N/A
Not Applicable
d/c
Discontinue
10 terms
Clinical Medications 3
Allegra
Amantadine Syrup (Symmetrel)
Carbid/Levod 25/100 (Sinemet)
K CLor Con (Potassium)
Classification: Antihistamine, allergy/cough cold remedy... Gen…
Classification: Antiparkinson/antiviral ... Generic Name: amant…
Classification: Dopamine agonist, antiparkinson's ... Generic N…
Classification: Mineral electrolyte replacement ... Generic Nam…
Allegra
Classification: Antihistamine, allergy/cough cold remedy... Gen…
Amantadine Syrup (Symmetrel)
Classification: Antiparkinson/antiviral ... Generic Name: amant…
97 terms
Medical & Clinical Procedural Terms
vital signs
scalpel
psychology
pandemic
arterial pulse, blood pressure, respiratory rate, and body te…
surgical knife
the study of the mind, mental process, and behavior
worldwide
vital signs
arterial pulse, blood pressure, respiratory rate, and body te…
scalpel
surgical knife
15 terms
Medical Clinical Keywords
dia
-uria
-cele
urethr/o
through, between, apart, complete
urination, urine
hernia, tumor, swelling
urethra
dia
through, between, apart, complete
-uria
urination, urine
81 terms
Clinical Nutrition Medical Abbreviations
ABGs
AD
ADI
ADL
Arterial Blood Gases
Alzheimer's Disease
Acceptable daily intake
Activities of Daily Living
ABGs
Arterial Blood Gases
AD
Alzheimer's Disease
774 terms
Clinical Medical Assisting Glossary
abortion
abrasion
abscess
acclimate
termination of pregnancy prior to the fetus becoming viable;…
superficial scrape that may be very painful
localized infection
to become accustomed to a new environment or situation
abortion
termination of pregnancy prior to the fetus becoming viable;…
abrasion
superficial scrape that may be very painful
120 terms
Clinical Medical Assisting Review
anaphylaxis
antibodies
antigen
antiseptic
a severe response to an allergen in which the symptoms develo…
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
a toxin or other foreign substance that induces an immune res…
capable of preventing infection by inhibiting the growth of m…
anaphylaxis
a severe response to an allergen in which the symptoms develo…
antibodies
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
60 terms
Clinical Medical Procedure
Abortion
Amniocentesis
Anesthetize
Angiography
낙태
양수검사
마취
...
Abortion
낙태
Amniocentesis
양수검사
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