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Mortuary law chapter 12
"essential functions"
Purpose of ADA
What is a disability?
"qualified individual with a disability"
1) covers job duties which are fundamental and not marginal…
-prohibits disability braced discrimination ... 1) No preference…
-any physical or mental impairment that substantially limits…
1) person has required qualifications ... 2) can perform essenti…
"essential functions"
1) covers job duties which are fundamental and not marginal…
Purpose of ADA
-prohibits disability braced discrimination ... 1) No preference…
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CSC 442 Chapter 12
Coroutines
Parallelism Granularity
Race condition
Critical section
Series of sequential instructions. Can only be stopped or tra…
Instruction level - most granular... Vector parallelism... Thread…
Occurs when two or more threads are racing toward points in t…
Sequence of instructions that may not be executed simultaneou…
Coroutines
Series of sequential instructions. Can only be stopped or tra…
Parallelism Granularity
Instruction level - most granular... Vector parallelism... Thread…
Chapter 12 (Nutrition-CSCS)
Recommended average amount of calories
Macronutrients
RDA for protein
protein recommendations for aerobic en…
2,800
1) carbs 2) fats 3) proteins
0.8 g/kg of body weight
1.4 g/kg of body weight
Recommended average amount of calories
2,800
Macronutrients
1) carbs 2) fats 3) proteins
Chapter 12 CSC 382
Affidavit
Auditing
Build
Build List
sworn testimony that certain facts are in the possession of a…
the review of a system's use to determine if misuse or malfea…
a snapshot of a particular version of software assembled or l…
a list of the versions of components that make up a build.
Affidavit
sworn testimony that certain facts are in the possession of a…
Auditing
the review of a system's use to determine if misuse or malfea…
csc chapter 12
A ____ error occurs when a program fai…
A ____ error occurs when an instructio…
A logic error is a type of ____ error.
A(n) ____ paradigm is based on the ide…
logic
syntax
runtime
object-oriented
A ____ error occurs when a program fai…
logic
A ____ error occurs when an instructio…
syntax
CSCS: Chapter 12 Terms
Aerobic Capacity
Agility
Anaerobic Capacity
Anaerobic Power
- rate at which an athlete can produce energy through OXIDATI…
- to STOP, START AND CHANGE the direction of the body or body…
- rate of energy production by the combined PHOSPHOGEN and LA…
- the ability of muscle tissue to exert HIGH FORCE while cont…
Aerobic Capacity
- rate at which an athlete can produce energy through OXIDATI…
Agility
- to STOP, START AND CHANGE the direction of the body or body…
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CSCS Chapter 12
Maximum Muscular Strength (Low-Speed S…
Anaerobic or Maximum Muscular Power (H…
Anaerobic Capacity
Local Muscular Endurance
Related to the force a muscle or muscle group can exert in on…
Related to the ability of muscle tissue to exert high force w…
Maximal rate of energy production by the combined phosphagen…
Ability of certain muscles or muscle groups to perform repeat…
Maximum Muscular Strength (Low-Speed S…
Related to the force a muscle or muscle group can exert in on…
Anaerobic or Maximum Muscular Power (H…
Related to the ability of muscle tissue to exert high force w…
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Chapter 12 CSCS
Effects of warm up on performance
static stretching effects
dynamic stretching effects
components of a warm up
-faster muscle contraction an relaxation of both agonist and…
-might increase performance in sports that require increased…
-does not elicit the performance reduction effects of static…
general warm up: 5-10 minutes of slow activity (raise body te…
Effects of warm up on performance
-faster muscle contraction an relaxation of both agonist and…
static stretching effects
-might increase performance in sports that require increased…
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CSCS Chapter 12
Maximum Muscular Strength (Low-Speed S…
Anaerobic or Maximum Muscular Power (H…
Anaerobic Capacity
Local Muscular Endurance
Related to the force a muscle or muscle group can exert in on…
Related to the ability of muscle tissue to exert high force w…
Maximal rate of energy production by the combined phosphagen…
Ability of certain muscles or muscle groups to perform repeat…
Maximum Muscular Strength (Low-Speed S…
Related to the force a muscle or muscle group can exert in on…
Anaerobic or Maximum Muscular Power (H…
Related to the ability of muscle tissue to exert high force w…
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CSC 200 Chapter 12 Vocab
Data
Information
Information system
spreadsheet (1st definition)
Raw facts
Data that has been organized to help us answer questions and…
Software that helps the user organize & analyze data
a program that allows the user to organize & analyze data usi…
Data
Raw facts
Information
Data that has been organized to help us answer questions and…
CSCS: Chapter 12 Terms
Aerobic Capacity
Agility
Anaerobic Capacity
Anaerobic Power
the maximum rate at which an athlete can produce energy throu…
the ability to stop, start, and change the direction of the b…
the maximal rate of energy production by the combined phospha…
the ability of muscle tissue to exert high force while contra…
Aerobic Capacity
the maximum rate at which an athlete can produce energy throu…
Agility
the ability to stop, start, and change the direction of the b…
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CSCS Chapter 12
Concurrent validity
Construct validity
Content validity
Convergent validity
...
...
...
...
Concurrent validity
...
Construct validity
...
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CSCS Chapter 12
athletic performance
low-speed muscular strength
ATP
high-speed muscular strength
ability to respond effectively to various physical challenges
another name for maximal muscular strength
energy system for low-speed strength
another name for anaerobic power or maximal muscular power
athletic performance
ability to respond effectively to various physical challenges
low-speed muscular strength
another name for maximal muscular strength
Cscs Definitions chapter 12
Amino acid
Carbohydrate
Carbohydrate loading
Cell turnover
Molecules that, when joined in groups of a few dozen to hundr…
Used in the body for energy provision
Technique used to enhance muscle glycogen prior to long-term…
The constant breakdown and regeneration of cells
Amino acid
Molecules that, when joined in groups of a few dozen to hundr…
Carbohydrate
Used in the body for energy provision
CSCS chapter 12
athletic performance
* Max muscular strength
* anaerobic / max power
wingate test
ability to respond effectively to various challenges
* low speed muscular strength ... * 1 rep max ... * force exerted…
* ability of muscle to exert high force @ high contraction sp…
* cycle can be used for non body weight support ... warm up -> 3…
athletic performance
ability to respond effectively to various challenges
* Max muscular strength
* low speed muscular strength ... * 1 rep max ... * force exerted…
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Mortuary Law Chapter 12: Federal Employment Law
ADA
Who is exempt from ADA coverage?
who does the ADA protect?
what is a disability?
Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits employers from disc…
funeral homes that employ less than 15 employees are exempt f…
qualified individuals with a disability
any physical or mental impairment that substantially limits o…
ADA
Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits employers from disc…
Who is exempt from ADA coverage?
funeral homes that employ less than 15 employees are exempt f…
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CSCS: Chapter 12 Terms
Aerobic Capacity
Agility
Anaerobic Capacity
Anaerobic Power
the maximum rate at which an athlete can produce energy throu…
the ability to stop, start, and change the direction of the b…
the maximal rate of energy production by the combined phospha…
the ability of muscle tissue to exert high force while contra…
Aerobic Capacity
the maximum rate at which an athlete can produce energy throu…
Agility
the ability to stop, start, and change the direction of the b…
CSC3100 Chapter 12
What are the desired features of memory?
Memory Hierarchy - pyramid
memory cell
memory density
High speed, compact size, low power, not error prone, cheap
Top Down:... Registers ->... Cache ->... Main Store ->... Hard Disk ->... CD…
holds one bit; referenced by address
amount of data that fits in a given space
What are the desired features of memory?
High speed, compact size, low power, not error prone, cheap
Memory Hierarchy - pyramid
Top Down:... Registers ->... Cache ->... Main Store ->... Hard Disk ->... CD…
CSCS - Study Guide (Chapter 12)
Concurrent Validity
Construct Validity
Content Validity
Convergent Validity
The extent to which test scores are associated with those of…
The degree to which a test measure what it claims, or purport…
The assessment by experts that the testing covers all relevan…
Type of Validity evidenced by high positive correlation betwe…
Concurrent Validity
The extent to which test scores are associated with those of…
Construct Validity
The degree to which a test measure what it claims, or purport…
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CSC SeeWhy Chapter 12
Working capital is defined as?
Put the following in order that they w…
List the non cash items that can be fo…
If a company's stock were to double ho…
current assets-current liabilities
current assets... fixed assets... current liabilities... long term lia…
-amortization... -depreciation... -depletion... -share of profits from…
It would have no impact
Working capital is defined as?
current assets-current liabilities
Put the following in order that they w…
current assets... fixed assets... current liabilities... long term lia…
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CSC 141- Chapter 12- Vocabs
authentication
authentication factors
bcrypt
behavioral biometrics
Proving that a user is genuine, and not an imposter.
Five elements that can prove the genuineness of a user: what…
A popular key stretching password hash algorithm.
Authenticating a user by the unique actions that the user per…
authentication
Proving that a user is genuine, and not an imposter.
authentication factors
Five elements that can prove the genuineness of a user: what…
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CSC 180 Chapter 12 Quiz
Which privacy law was passed in 1996?
Which of the following may result from…
The crime of posing as someone else fo…
The OCED privacy principles were devel…
Health Insurance Privacy and Accountability Act
contents erased on the hard drive, secure information obtaine…
identity theft
1980
Which privacy law was passed in 1996?
Health Insurance Privacy and Accountability Act
Which of the following may result from…
contents erased on the hard drive, secure information obtaine…
CSC 301 - Chapter 12 Study Guide
What is constant angular velocity in r…
What is a storage-area network?
What is a disadvantage of the SSTF sch…
What is the advantage of LOOK over SCA…
If the rotation speed of a disk is to remain constant, the de…
A storage-area network (SAN) is a private network (using stor…
Although the SSTF algorithm is a substantial improvement over…
The LOOK algorithm is a type of SCAN algorithm. The differenc…
What is constant angular velocity in r…
If the rotation speed of a disk is to remain constant, the de…
What is a storage-area network?
A storage-area network (SAN) is a private network (using stor…
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CSC - Chapter 12: Corporations and Their Financial Statements
Book Value
Depreciation
Amortization
Straight-Line Method
The total value of the company's assets that shareholders wou…
Loss in value over a period of years for property, plant and…
The writing off of intangible assets such as patents or trade…
Method of calculating depreciation whereby an equal amount is…
Book Value
The total value of the company's assets that shareholders wou…
Depreciation
Loss in value over a period of years for property, plant and…
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chapter 12 diseases (Women)
amastia
polymastia
breast cancer
carcinoma in situ of the cirvix
absence of a breast
More than two elevated areas on the chest or abdomen with are…
a malignant tumor arising from breast tissue
a form of cervical cancer arising from cells of the cervix th…
amastia
absence of a breast
polymastia
More than two elevated areas on the chest or abdomen with are…
Chapter 12--Understanding Communicable Diseases
disease
communicable disease
germs
pathogens
Any condition that interferes with the proper functioning of…
A disease that can be spread to a person from another person,…
Organisms that are so small that they can be seen only throug…
The germs that are responsible for causing disease.
disease
Any condition that interferes with the proper functioning of…
communicable disease
A disease that can be spread to a person from another person,…
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chapter 12 diseases and disorders (Male)
andropathy
anorchism
balanitis
benign prostatic hyperplasia
general term for a disease affecting only men
absence of one or both testes
Inflammation of the glans penis
the prostate gland enlarges... to constrict the urethra passing…
andropathy
general term for a disease affecting only men
anorchism
absence of one or both testes
Chapter 12 Diseases
muscular dystrophy (MD)
myasthenia gravis (MG)
rotator cuff injuiry
sprain
group of hereditary diseases characterized by progressive deg…
autoimmune neuromuscular disorder characterized by progressiv…
injury to the capsule of the shoulder joint, which is reinfor…
trauma to a joint that causes injury to the surrounding ligam…
muscular dystrophy (MD)
group of hereditary diseases characterized by progressive deg…
myasthenia gravis (MG)
autoimmune neuromuscular disorder characterized by progressiv…
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Chapter 12 traumatic disease
Key items to assess at the scene of th…
A cervical spine fracture can be prese…
The causes of vertebral column injurie…
The primary manifestation of a whiplas…
Mechanism of injury and changes in the patient's neurologic s…
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direct trauma and hyperextension-flexion injuries (whiplash i…
Dull or sharp pain in the posterior neck
Key items to assess at the scene of th…
Mechanism of injury and changes in the patient's neurologic s…
A cervical spine fracture can be prese…
20%
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Diseases Chapter 12
Disease
Microbes
Pathogen
Infectious diseases
Any condition that interferes with the normal function of the…
Microscopic living creatures
Any organism which causes diseases
Diseases caused by invading pathogens
Disease
Any condition that interferes with the normal function of the…
Microbes
Microscopic living creatures
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chapter 12 diseases
liver
pancreas
common signs and symptoms
jaundice
plays a role in digestion, absorption, metabolism, blood clot…
both an endocrine and exocrine gland producing and secreting…
jaundice, pain,
yellowish discoloration of the skin. obvious sign of a liver…
liver
plays a role in digestion, absorption, metabolism, blood clot…
pancreas
both an endocrine and exocrine gland producing and secreting…
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Chapter 12- Diseases Definitions
cryptorchidism
epididymitis
infertility
oligospermia
failure of one or both testicles to descend through the ingui…
inflammation and infection of epididymis, bacterial UTI or STD
failure of the woman to conceive after at least 1 year of reg…
fewer than normal spermatozoa are produced by the testes, mos…
cryptorchidism
failure of one or both testicles to descend through the ingui…
epididymitis
inflammation and infection of epididymis, bacterial UTI or STD
Diseases chapter 12
Pancreas
digestion
alkaline pancreatic juice ... duodenum... Pa…
islets of langerhans
functions as an endocrine and exocrine gland
exocrine function of the pancreas is concerned with ___________
the exocrine function of the pancreas secretes _______ ______…
small clusters of cells scattered throughout the gland as pan…
Pancreas
functions as an endocrine and exocrine gland
digestion
exocrine function of the pancreas is concerned with ___________
Diseases Chapter 12
Systole
Diastole
Pulmonary circulation
systemic circulation
Contraction of the heart
Relaxation of the heart
pumps blood from the heart into the lungs
from the heart to the rest of the body
Systole
Contraction of the heart
Diastole
Relaxation of the heart
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diseases Chapter 12
liver
gallbladder
pancreas
common symptoms of liver disease
largest solid organ... plays roll in: digestion, absorption, met…
lies just under the liver, stores bile until needed
lies behind the stomach, produces and excretes most intestina…
jaundice (high levels of bilirubin in the blood)
liver
largest solid organ... plays roll in: digestion, absorption, met…
gallbladder
lies just under the liver, stores bile until needed
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Chapter 12 Diseases
Epidermis
Epithelial Tissue
Squamous Epithelial Tissue
Keratin
The outer most layer of the skin, made up of epithelial tissue.
Form of protective covering for all the internal and external…
Forms an upper layer of the epidermis.
A fibrous, water repellent protein.
Epidermis
The outer most layer of the skin, made up of epithelial tissue.
Epithelial Tissue
Form of protective covering for all the internal and external…
Chapter 12: Diseases
cryptorchidism
epididymitis
infertility
oligospermia
crypt/o- hidden... orchid/o- testis... -ism process; disease from a…
epi- upon; above... didym/o- testes (twin structures)... -itis infl…
in- in; within; not... fertil/o- able to conceive a child... -ity s…
olig/o- scanty; few... sperm/o- spermatazoon; sperm... -ia conditio…
cryptorchidism
crypt/o- hidden... orchid/o- testis... -ism process; disease from a…
epididymitis
epi- upon; above... didym/o- testes (twin structures)... -itis infl…
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Chapter 12 Diseases
Cryptorchidism
Epididymitis
Infertility
Oligospermia
Failure of one or both of the testicles to descend through th…
Inflammation and infection of the epididymis. It is caused by…
Failure of the woman to conceive after at least 1 year of reg…
Fewer than the normal number of spermatozoa are produced by t…
Cryptorchidism
Failure of one or both of the testicles to descend through th…
Epididymitis
Inflammation and infection of the epididymis. It is caused by…
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Human Diseases chapter 12
What do arteries do?
What do veins do?
Bruit
cardioversion
move blood away from heart
move blood to heart
abnormally sound heard through stethoscope
resetting the heart rhythm to normal
What do arteries do?
move blood away from heart
What do veins do?
move blood to heart
Chapter 12- Traumatic Diseases
Atelectasis
Avulsion Fractures
Basillar Skull Fracture
Blowout Fracture
Loss of air in lung resulting from partial or total collapse…
A fracture in which a fragmented bone is pulled away from the…
A fracture of bones comprising the base of the skull and may…
A fracture of the orbital floor resulting from a direct blow…
Atelectasis
Loss of air in lung resulting from partial or total collapse…
Avulsion Fractures
A fracture in which a fragmented bone is pulled away from the…
CHAPTER 12 SKIN DISEASES
crust
cyst
erosion
fissure
collection of dried serum and sellular debris... a scab is a cru…
thick-walled, closed sac or pouch containing fluid or semisol…
wearing away of loss of epidermis... erosions do not penetrate b…
groove or crack-like sore... an anal fissure is a break in the s…
crust
collection of dried serum and sellular debris... a scab is a cru…
cyst
thick-walled, closed sac or pouch containing fluid or semisol…
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CSCS - Chapter 12 - Principles of Test Selection and Administration
Terminology
Validity
Construct
Face
Answer: Terminology... Test - Procedure to Assess... Field Test -…
The degree to which a test measures what it is SUPPOSED to me…
___ validity.... Ability of a test to represent the underlying…
___ validity.... Appearing to athlete and GENERAL observers tha…
Terminology
Answer: Terminology... Test - Procedure to Assess... Field Test -…
Validity
The degree to which a test measures what it is SUPPOSED to me…
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ASUMH_FUS PATHOLOGY Chapter 12 Diseases of the Urinary System
dialysis
dysplasia
nitrogen
uremia
a procedure to remove waste products from the blood of patien…
abnormal development (of organs or cells) or an abnormal stru…
a common nonmetallic element that is normally a colorless odo…
accumulation in the blood of nitrogen-bearing waste products…
dialysis
a procedure to remove waste products from the blood of patien…
dysplasia
abnormal development (of organs or cells) or an abnormal stru…
NSCA CSCS Chapter 12 Warm-Up & Stretching
A well designed warm up can?
Effects of a good warm up are?
General Warm Up period is?
Specific Warm Up
Increase muscle temperature, core temperature, and blood flow
Faster muscle contraction/relaxation of agonists & antagonist…
Consists of 5-10 minutes... Responsible for raising core and mus…
Consists of 8-10 minutes of dynamic stretching focusing on mo…
A well designed warm up can?
Increase muscle temperature, core temperature, and blood flow
Effects of a good warm up are?
Faster muscle contraction/relaxation of agonists & antagonist…
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chapter 12 human diseases
liver
liver disease
gallbladder and pancreatic disease
hepatitis
largest solid organ: manufacturer of important chemicals, sto…
jaundice
pain
inflammation of liver
liver
largest solid organ: manufacturer of important chemicals, sto…
liver disease
jaundice
Fungal Diseases (Chapter 12)
mycosis
systemic mycoses
subcutaneous mycoses
cutaneous mycoses
fungal infection
deep within the body
beneath the skin
affect hair, skin, nails
mycosis
fungal infection
systemic mycoses
deep within the body
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Anatomy Chapter 12 Diseases
dwarfism
gigantism
acromegaly
diabetes insipidus
too little GH in childhood produces this pituitary disease
too much GH in childhood produces this pituitary disease
too much secretion of GH after childhood produces enlarged ha…
caused by either not enough ADH production by the PPG or from…
dwarfism
too little GH in childhood produces this pituitary disease
gigantism
too much GH in childhood produces this pituitary disease
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Chapter 12: Diseases and Conditions
anuria
bladder neck obstruction
cystocele
dysuria
absence of urine production or output
blockage at the base of the bladder that reduces or prevents…
prolapsing or downward displacement of the bladder due to wea…
painful or difficult urination
anuria
absence of urine production or output
bladder neck obstruction
blockage at the base of the bladder that reduces or prevents…
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Chapter 12: Blood - Diseases
Anemia
Iron-deficiency anemia
Pernicious anemia
Aplastic anemia
deficiency in the number and/or percentage of red blood cells…
caused by a deficiency of adequate amounts of iron in the diet
deficiency of vitamin B12
suppression of the bone marrow = bone marrow does not produce…
Anemia
deficiency in the number and/or percentage of red blood cells…
Iron-deficiency anemia
caused by a deficiency of adequate amounts of iron in the diet
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Microbial Diseases chapter 12
Gram Positive Cocci
Staph: What are the three main groups…
Staph: Types of nosocomial infections…
Strep: Diseases caused by Streptococcus
Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Enterococcus
Staphylococcus aureus, Methicillin Resistant Staph. aureus(MR…
UTI, surgical site infections, respiratory infections, skin d…
strep throat, skin diseases, and more complications(rheumatic…
Gram Positive Cocci
Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Enterococcus
Staph: What are the three main groups…
Staphylococcus aureus, Methicillin Resistant Staph. aureus(MR…
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