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EMT-b Chapter 6 Review
Pathophysiology
Cell membrane
Nucleus
Endoplasmic reticulum
The study of how disease processes affect the function of the…
Outer covering of cell that protects and selectively allows w…
Structure in cell that contains DNA
Structure in cell that synthesizes protein
Pathophysiology
The study of how disease processes affect the function of the…
Cell membrane
Outer covering of cell that protects and selectively allows w…
314 terms
EMT-B Chapter 6 - The Human Body (Terms)
Abdomen
Acetabulum
Adam's Apple
Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)
The body cavity that contains the major organs of digestion a…
The depression on the lateral pelvis where it's three compone…
A firm prominence of cartilage that forms the upper part of t…
The nucleotide involved in energy metabolism; used to store e…
Abdomen
The body cavity that contains the major organs of digestion a…
Acetabulum
The depression on the lateral pelvis where it's three compone…
118 terms
EMT Chapter 6
Maxilla
Mandible
Scapula
Humerus
Only part of the jaw that moves
Maxilla
Mandible
Only part of the jaw that moves
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EMT-B: Chapter 6 Life Span Development
adolescents
anxious-avoidant attachment
atherosclerosis
barotrauma
Persons who are 12 to 18 years of age.
A bond between an infant and his or her parent or caregiver i…
A disorder in which cholesterol and calcium build up inside t…
Injury resulting from pressure disequilibrium across body sur…
adolescents
Persons who are 12 to 18 years of age.
anxious-avoidant attachment
A bond between an infant and his or her parent or caregiver i…
32 terms
Anatomy and Physiology EMT- B - ( Cardiovascular) Chapter 6
Cardiovascular system
Atria (atrium )
Ventricle
Right atrium
Also known as the circulatory system it consist of the heart,…
Two upper chambers of the heart
Two lower chambers of the heart
The venae Cavae are the two large veins that return blood to…
Cardiovascular system
Also known as the circulatory system it consist of the heart,…
Atria (atrium )
Two upper chambers of the heart
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EMT-B CHAPTER 6 LIFE SPAN DEVELOPMENT
Adolescents
Anxious-avoidant attachment
Atherosclerosis
Barotrauma
Persons who are 12 to 18 years of age.
A bond between an infant and his or her parent or caregiver i…
A disorder in which cholesterol and calcium build up inside t…
Injury resulting from pressure disequilibrium across body sur…
Adolescents
Persons who are 12 to 18 years of age.
Anxious-avoidant attachment
A bond between an infant and his or her parent or caregiver i…
208 terms
EMT Chapter 6
- To other medical professionals... - To…
Patient stands facing you, arms at sid…
- Frontal (coronal) plane: divides the…
The skeleton gives us our recognizable…
Knowledge of anatomy helps to communicate correct information:
Anatomic position is when:
Three main planes of the body:
The Skeletal System: Anatomy
- To other medical professionals... - To…
Knowledge of anatomy helps to communicate correct information:
Patient stands facing you, arms at sid…
Anatomic position is when:
30 terms
EMT Chapter 6 Review
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
You are dispatched to a call for a 4-m…
Infants are often referred to as "bell…
An infant or small child's airway can…
Blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
Small infants are nose breathers and require clear nasal pass…
Their rib cage is less rigid and the ribs sit horizontally.
The occiput is proportionately large and the trachea is flexi…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
Blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
You are dispatched to a call for a 4-m…
Small infants are nose breathers and require clear nasal pass…
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Anatomy and Physiology EMT- B - ( Musculoskeletal )Chapter 6
Skeleton
Muscle
Ligament
Tendon
Extends into all parts of the body
Tissue that can contract to allow movement of a body part
Tissue that connects bone to bone
Tissue that connects muscle to bone
Skeleton
Extends into all parts of the body
Muscle
Tissue that can contract to allow movement of a body part
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Anatomy and Physiology EMT- B - ( Respiratory )Chapter 6
Respiratory System
Oropharynx
Nasopharynx
Pharynx
Also known as the pulmonary system its purpose is ventilation…
The area directly posterior to the mouth
The area directly posterior to the nose
The area that includes both the Oropharynx and Nasopharynx
Respiratory System
Also known as the pulmonary system its purpose is ventilation…
Oropharynx
The area directly posterior to the mouth
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EMT Chapter 6
Maxilla
Mandible
Scapula
Humerus
Only part of the jaw that moves
Maxilla
Mandible
Only part of the jaw that moves
118 terms
EMT Chapter 6
Maxilla
Mandible
Scapula
Humerus
Only part of the jaw that moves
Maxilla
Mandible
Only part of the jaw that moves
11 terms
EMT Chapter 6
The formation of a close, personal rel…
An infant reflex in which the infant s…
A disorder in which the blood choleste…
An infant reflex that occurs when some…
Bonding
Sucking reflex
Atherosclerosis
Rooting reflex
The formation of a close, personal rel…
Bonding
An infant reflex in which the infant s…
Sucking reflex
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Principles of Pathophysiology (EMT B) Chapter 6
Cardiac output
Chemoreceptors
Dead air space
Dehydration
The amount of blood ejected from the heart in 1 minute (heart…
Chemical sensors in the brain and blood vessels that identify…
Air that occupies the space between the mouth and alveoli but…
An abnormally low amount of water in the body
Cardiac output
The amount of blood ejected from the heart in 1 minute (heart…
Chemoreceptors
Chemical sensors in the brain and blood vessels that identify…
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EMT Chapter 6
Acetabulum
Acromioclavicular Joint
Acromion Process
Alveoli
The pelvic socket into which the ball at the proximal end of…
The joint where the acromion and the clavicle meet
The highest portion of the shoulder
The microscopic sacs of the lungs where gas exchange with the…
Acetabulum
The pelvic socket into which the ball at the proximal end of…
Acromioclavicular Joint
The joint where the acromion and the clavicle meet
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EMT-B Brady 12th Edition Chapter 6 Study Questions
What is the name of the heart dysfunct…
The seat of respiratory control is fou…
What is FiO2 ?... Select one:... a. The conc…
The study of how disease affects the f…
c. Tachycardia
a. Medulla oblongata
a. The concentration of oxygen in our inhaled air, which is r…
b. Pathophysiology
What is the name of the heart dysfunct…
c. Tachycardia
The seat of respiratory control is fou…
a. Medulla oblongata
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EMT B Vital Signs at Various Ages Chapter 6
Neonate Pulse Rate
Infant Pulse Rate
Toddler Pulse Rate
Preschool Age Pulse Rate
90 to 180
100 to 160
90 to 150
80 to 140
Neonate Pulse Rate
90 to 180
Infant Pulse Rate
100 to 160
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EMT - Chapter 6
adolescents
anxious-avoidant attachment
atherosclerosis
barotrauma
Persons who are 12 to 18 years of age.
A bond between an infant and his or her parent or caregiver i…
A disorder in which cholesterol and calcium build up inside t…
Injury resulting from pressure disequilibrium across body sur…
adolescents
Persons who are 12 to 18 years of age.
anxious-avoidant attachment
A bond between an infant and his or her parent or caregiver i…
30 terms
Chapter 6. EMT
When communicating with an older patie…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
Breathing is often more labor intensiv…
The decline in cardiac function that c…
age-related changes diminish the effectiveness of the eyes an…
blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
elasticity of the lungs decreases.
atherosclerosis
When communicating with an older patie…
age-related changes diminish the effectiveness of the eyes an…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
9 terms
EMT-B: Chapter 1
Designated Agent
Evidence-Based
Medical Direction
Medical Director
an EMT or other person authorize they by a Medical Director t…
description of medical techniques or practices that are suppo…
oversight of the pateint care aspects of an EMS system by the…
a physician who assume ultimate responsibility for the patien…
Designated Agent
an EMT or other person authorize they by a Medical Director t…
Evidence-Based
description of medical techniques or practices that are suppo…
30 terms
EMT Chapter 6 Review
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
You are dispatched to a call for a 4-m…
Infants are often referred to as "bell…
An infant or small child's airway can…
Blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
Small infants are nose breathers and require clear nasal pass…
Their rib cage is less rigid and the ribs sit horizontally.
The occiput is proportionately large and the trachea is flexi…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
Blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
You are dispatched to a call for a 4-m…
Small infants are nose breathers and require clear nasal pass…
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EMT Chapter 6
Musculoskeletal System
Skeleton
Skull
Cranium Skull
Three Functions- Body Shape, Offers Protections, Allows Movem…
Consists of skull, spine, ribs, sternum, shoulders, and upper…
Bony structure to head, function to enclose and protect brain
Top, back, sides of skull
Musculoskeletal System
Three Functions- Body Shape, Offers Protections, Allows Movem…
Skeleton
Consists of skull, spine, ribs, sternum, shoulders, and upper…
30 terms
Chapter 6. EMT
When communicating with an older patie…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
Breathing is often more labor intensiv…
The decline in cardiac function that c…
age-related changes diminish the effectiveness of the eyes an…
blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
elasticity of the lungs decreases.
atherosclerosis
When communicating with an older patie…
age-related changes diminish the effectiveness of the eyes an…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
154 terms
EMT Chapter 6
Planes of the Body
Skeletal System
Axial Skeleton
Skull
Transverse: top and bottom... Saggital: left and right... Frontal:…
gives human form... protects vital organs... Allows for movement... St…
foundation for which arms and legs r attached... includes:... skull…
cranium 4 bones... face 14 bones
Planes of the Body
Transverse: top and bottom... Saggital: left and right... Frontal:…
Skeletal System
gives human form... protects vital organs... Allows for movement... St…
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Emt chapter 6
During shock states cells often receiv…
The term​ "pathophysiology" means​ wha…
Cardiac output is composed​ of:... A.... blo…
What negative affect regarding gas dif…
D.... hypoperfusion.
C.... Changes in normal physiology due to disease or injury
B.... stroke volume and heart rate.
D.... Inability to oxygenate the blood and remove carbon dioxide
During shock states cells often receiv…
D.... hypoperfusion.
The term​ "pathophysiology" means​ wha…
C.... Changes in normal physiology due to disease or injury
129 terms
Chapter 6 EMT
acetabulum
thyroid cartilage
anatomy
physiology
the pelvic socket into which the ball at the proximal end of…
the wing-shaped plate of cartilage that sits anterior to the…
the study of body structure
the study of body function
acetabulum
the pelvic socket into which the ball at the proximal end of…
thyroid cartilage
the wing-shaped plate of cartilage that sits anterior to the…
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EMT Chapter 6
The body cavity that contains the majo…
The depression on the lateral pelvis w…
A firm prominence of cartilage that fo…
The ucleotide involved in energy metab…
abdomen
acetabulum
Adam's apple
adenosine triphosphate
The body cavity that contains the majo…
abdomen
The depression on the lateral pelvis w…
acetabulum
25 terms
EMT Chapter 6
Adolescents
Anxious-avoidant attachment
Atherosclerosis
Barotrauma
Persons who are 12-18 years of age
A bond between an infant and his or her parent or caregiver i…
A disorder in which cholesterol and calcium building up insid…
Injury resulting for pressure disequilibrium across body surf…
Adolescents
Persons who are 12-18 years of age
Anxious-avoidant attachment
A bond between an infant and his or her parent or caregiver i…
28 terms
EMT Chapter 6
medulla oblongata
hypoxia
hypercapnia
hypoglycemia
a section of the brain that is the seat of respiratory control
low oxygen
high carbon dioxide
low blood sugar
medulla oblongata
a section of the brain that is the seat of respiratory control
hypoxia
low oxygen
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EMT Chapter 6
Urgent Move
Emergency Move
kyphosis
Lordsis
a patient move made because there is an immediate threat to l…
a patient move that should be performed where there is immedi…
Abnormal curvature of the spine with convexity backward
abnormal anterior convexity of the spine
Urgent Move
a patient move made because there is an immediate threat to l…
Emergency Move
a patient move that should be performed where there is immedi…
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EMT Chapter 6
Adolescents
Anxious-avoidant attachment
Atherosclerosis
Barotrauma
Ages 12-18
Bond between an infant an his or her parent or caregiver in w…
Disorder in which cholesterol and calcium build up inside the…
Injury resulting from pressure disequilibrium across body sur…
Adolescents
Ages 12-18
Anxious-avoidant attachment
Bond between an infant an his or her parent or caregiver in w…
212 terms
EMT Chapter 6
anatomy
physiology
thyroid cartilage
musculoskeletal system
study of body structure, where organs and organ systems are l…
study of body function, baseline idea of how the body should…
the wing shaped plate of cartilage that sits anterior to the…
the system of bones and skeletal muscles that support and pro…
anatomy
study of body structure, where organs and organ systems are l…
physiology
study of body function, baseline idea of how the body should…
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EMT - chapter 6
Topographical anatomy
Anatomic position
Frontal/coronal plane
Transverse/axial plane
Superficial lamdmarks
Patient stands facing you, arms at side with palms facing for…
Front and back
Top and bottom
Topographical anatomy
Superficial lamdmarks
Anatomic position
Patient stands facing you, arms at side with palms facing for…
30 terms
Chapter 6. EMT
When communicating with an older patie…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
Breathing is often more labor intensiv…
The decline in cardiac function that c…
age-related changes diminish the effectiveness of the eyes an…
blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
elasticity of the lungs decreases.
atherosclerosis
When communicating with an older patie…
age-related changes diminish the effectiveness of the eyes an…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
30 terms
Chapter 6. EMT
When communicating with an older patie…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
Breathing is often more labor intensiv…
The decline in cardiac function that c…
age-related changes diminish the effectiveness of the eyes an…
blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
elasticity of the lungs decreases.
atherosclerosis
When communicating with an older patie…
age-related changes diminish the effectiveness of the eyes an…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
30 terms
Emt chapter 6
Artery
Vein
Pulmonary artery
Pulmonary vein
Blood away o2
Blood to co2
CO2
O2
Artery
Blood away o2
Vein
Blood to co2
EMT chapter 6
Body mechanics
Lordosis
Kyphosis
Power lift
Applying safe methods of moving the body, correcting a postur…
Abnormal anterior convexity of the spine. also called "swayba…
Abnormal curvature of the spine with convexity backward. also…
Recommended technique for lifting.
Body mechanics
Applying safe methods of moving the body, correcting a postur…
Lordosis
Abnormal anterior convexity of the spine. also called "swayba…
72 terms
Chapter 6 (EMT)
The study of how disease affects the f…
The process by which glucose and other…
Production of energy occurs in what pa…
Which of the following BEST defines ad…
pathophysiology
Metabolism
Mitochondria
It is the form of energy produced in the mitochondria and is…
The study of how disease affects the f…
pathophysiology
The process by which glucose and other…
Metabolism
35 terms
EMT Chapter 6
Aerobic Metabolism
Anaerobic Metabolism
Cardiac Output
Chemoreceptors
Cellular process in which O2 is used to metabolize glucose
Cellular process in which is O2 is metabolized into energy wi…
Amount of blood ejected from the heart in 1 minute ... (HR x Str…
Sensors that identify changing levels of O2 and CO2
Aerobic Metabolism
Cellular process in which O2 is used to metabolize glucose
Anaerobic Metabolism
Cellular process in which is O2 is metabolized into energy wi…
23 terms
EMT chapter 6
Frontal (Coronal) Plane
Sagittal (later) plane
transverse (axial) plane
maxillae
Front and back
left and right
top and bottom
bone under nose and eyes
Frontal (Coronal) Plane
Front and back
Sagittal (later) plane
left and right
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EMT Chapter 6
Aerobic Metabolism
Anaerobic Metabolism
Cardiac Output
Chemoreceptors
The cellular process in which oxygen is used to metabolize gl…
The cellular process in which glucose is metabolized into ene…
The amount of blood ejected from the heart in 1 minute (heart…
Chemical sensors in the brain and blood vessels that identify…
Aerobic Metabolism
The cellular process in which oxygen is used to metabolize gl…
Anaerobic Metabolism
The cellular process in which glucose is metabolized into ene…
99 terms
EMT Chapter 6
Thyroid
Musculoskeletal system
Skeleton
Muscle
Wing shaped plate of cartilage that sits anyerior to the lary…
System of bones and skeletal muscles that support and protect…
The bones of the body
Tissue that can contract to allow movement of a body part
Thyroid
Wing shaped plate of cartilage that sits anyerior to the lary…
Musculoskeletal system
System of bones and skeletal muscles that support and protect…
122 terms
EMT Chapter 6
Acetabulum
Acromioclavicular Joint
Acromion Process
Alveoli
The pelvic socket into which the ball at the proximal end of…
The joint where the acromion and the clavicle meet.
The highest portion of the shoulder.
The microscopic sacs of the lungs where gas exchange with the…
Acetabulum
The pelvic socket into which the ball at the proximal end of…
Acromioclavicular Joint
The joint where the acromion and the clavicle meet.
Chapter 6 EMT Vocabulary
abdomen
acetabulum
adam's apple / thyroid cartilage
adenosine triphosphate ATP
body cavity that contains the major organs of digestion and e…
the depression on the lateral pelvis where its three componen…
firm prominence of cartilage that forms the upper part of the…
the nucleotide involved in energy metabolism, used to store e…
abdomen
body cavity that contains the major organs of digestion and e…
acetabulum
the depression on the lateral pelvis where its three componen…
25 terms
EMT - Chapter 6
adolescents
atherosclerosis
barotrauma
bonding
Persons who are 12 to 18 years of age.
A disorder in which cholesterol and calcium build up inside t…
Injury resulting from pressure disequilibrium across body sur…
The formation of a close, personal relationship.
adolescents
Persons who are 12 to 18 years of age.
atherosclerosis
A disorder in which cholesterol and calcium build up inside t…
26 terms
EMT: Chapter 6
Aerobic metabolism
Anaerobic metabolism
Cardiopulmonary System
Airway
cellular functions using oxygen
- cellular functions not using oxygen... - creates much less ene…
respiratory and cardiovascular systems work together... - bring…
must have an open (patent) airway for sys to function... - obstr…
Aerobic metabolism
cellular functions using oxygen
Anaerobic metabolism
- cellular functions not using oxygen... - creates much less ene…
26 terms
EMT Chapter 6
adolescents
anxious-avoident attachment
atherosclerosis
barotrauma
persons who are 12 to 18 years of age
a bond between an infant and his or her parent or caregiver i…
a disorder in which cholesterol and calcium build up inside t…
injury resulting from pressure disequilibrium across body sur…
adolescents
persons who are 12 to 18 years of age
anxious-avoident attachment
a bond between an infant and his or her parent or caregiver i…
42 terms
EMT chapter 6
What are the cells that play a role in…
What is the most sensitive to a decrea…
Tissues need glucose for energy but th…
Ischium
White blood cells
the brain
fats and proteins
bone you sit on
What are the cells that play a role in…
White blood cells
What is the most sensitive to a decrea…
the brain
24 terms
EMT Chapter 6
Theory that a person's mental function…
persons who are 19-40 years
Basic filtering units in the kidney
infants
terminal drop hypothesis
early adults
nephrons
persons who are 1 month to 1 year old
Theory that a person's mental function…
terminal drop hypothesis
persons who are 19-40 years
early adults
30 terms
EMT Chapter 6 Review
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
You are dispatched to a call for a 4-m…
Infants are often referred to as "bell…
An infant or small child's airway can…
Blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
Small infants are nose breathers and require clear nasal pass…
Their rib cage is less rigid and the ribs sit horizontally.
The occiput is proportionately large and the trachea is flexi…
An infant's blood pressure typically i…
Blood pressure directly corresponds to body weight
You are dispatched to a call for a 4-m…
Small infants are nose breathers and require clear nasal pass…
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