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HOSA CPR/First Aid 1
Abraison
Amputation
Avulsion
Brachial Artery
Injury cause by rubbing or scraping the skin.
The cutting off or separation of a body part from the body
A wound that occurs when tissue is separated from the body.
Artery on arm used to check an infants pulse
Abraison
Injury cause by rubbing or scraping the skin.
Amputation
The cutting off or separation of a body part from the body
100 terms
First Aid Cardio 1
chordae rupture, GN, suppurative peric…
Roth's spots
fever, roth's spots, osler's nodes, mu…
Staph aureus
possible complications IE
round white spots on retina surrounded by hemorrhage (symptom…
FROM JANE -> signs of IE
cause of acute IE -> large vegetations on previously normal v…
chordae rupture, GN, suppurative peric…
possible complications IE
Roth's spots
round white spots on retina surrounded by hemorrhage (symptom…
100 terms
First Aid Images 1
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
Glucagonoma necrolytic migratory eryth…
Type 1 diabetes insulitis
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
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Study aid set #1
5 needs of life for animals
5 needs of life for plants
Behavior
Innate Behavior
food, water, gases, shelter, and space.
sunlight, gases, water, nutrients, and space.
The way an organism acts toward its environment to get the ba…
behavior that is known from birth. It is coded in the DNA and…
5 needs of life for animals
food, water, gases, shelter, and space.
5 needs of life for plants
sunlight, gases, water, nutrients, and space.
First Aid-Biochemistry1
Functional groups of the nucleosides (…
Histones (which two amino acids are th…
How does a cell differentiate between…
histone methylation vs acetylation
Guanine has a ketone. Thymine has a methyl.
lysine and arginine; h1
Cytosine and Adenosine are methylated [you use a CAMera to ph…
mutes DNA, activates DNA
Functional groups of the nucleosides (…
Guanine has a ketone. Thymine has a methyl.
Histones (which two amino acids are th…
lysine and arginine; h1
First Aid 13.1
Microorganism
Nonpathogens
Pathogens
Bacteria
A small living organism that is not visible to the naked eye
Microorganisms beneficial to the human body
Microorganisms that cause disease and infection
Simple, one-celled organisms that multiply rapidly,
Microorganism
A small living organism that is not visible to the naked eye
Nonpathogens
Microorganisms beneficial to the human body
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First Aid Step 1
what happens in fibrinoid necrosis?
example of nonenzymatic fat necrosis
what protein is responsible for diaped…
growth factor that stimulates cell gro…
fibrin and immune complexes deposit in vessels
traumatic breast fat necrosis. CELLS RELEASE LIPASE
PECAM1 (CD31)
EGF
what happens in fibrinoid necrosis?
fibrin and immune complexes deposit in vessels
example of nonenzymatic fat necrosis
traumatic breast fat necrosis. CELLS RELEASE LIPASE
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First Aid - Biochem 1
template cytosine and adenine
histone acetylation
A and G ; C, T, U
cytosine
these are methylated during DNA replication to distinguish ol…
this relaxes DNA coiling allowing for transcription
these are purine NT ; these are pyrimidines
deamination of this NT makes uracil
template cytosine and adenine
these are methylated during DNA replication to distinguish ol…
histone acetylation
this relaxes DNA coiling allowing for transcription
25 terms
First Aid: Presentations 1
Abdominal pain, ascites, hepatomegaly.
Abdominal pain, diarrhea, leukocytosis…
Achilles tendon xanthoma.
Adrenal hemorrhage, hypotension, DIC.
Budd-Chiari syndrome (posthepatic venous thrombosis)
Clostridium difficile infection
Familial hypercholesterolemia (↓LDL receptor signaling)
Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome (meningococcemia)
Abdominal pain, ascites, hepatomegaly.
Budd-Chiari syndrome (posthepatic venous thrombosis)
Abdominal pain, diarrhea, leukocytosis…
Clostridium difficile infection
192 terms
HOSA CPR/First Aid 1
How many breaths and compressions do y…
How do you treat a cut / gash on a per…
To preform CPR on an infant the rescue…
A young man was standing to close to a…
2 breaths and 30 compressions
With clean dressing, put gauze pads on the cut. ... Hold for 1 m…
at least 100 compressions a minute
Cool the burn with cold but not ice-cold water
How many breaths and compressions do y…
2 breaths and 30 compressions
How do you treat a cut / gash on a per…
With clean dressing, put gauze pads on the cut. ... Hold for 1 m…
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First Aid Quiz 1
What are the four lifesaving steps?
Definition of First Aid
ABC's of First Aid?
What does CPR stand for?
Clear the airway, Stop the bleeding, treat for shock, protect…
The immediate care given to a victim of injury or sudden illn…
Airway, breathing, and circulation
Cardio Pulminary Resecitation
What are the four lifesaving steps?
Clear the airway, Stop the bleeding, treat for shock, protect…
Definition of First Aid
The immediate care given to a victim of injury or sudden illn…
First aid session 1
4 goals when you help a victom
6 steps in an emergency
what diseases could be spread during f…
what is the 1st thing you should do wh…
keep them alive, prevent the situation from getting worse, pr…
recognize the emergency, check the scene for safety, obtain c…
HIV and Hepatitis
check for responsiveness and normal breathing
4 goals when you help a victom
keep them alive, prevent the situation from getting worse, pr…
6 steps in an emergency
recognize the emergency, check the scene for safety, obtain c…
25 terms
First Aid - week 1
Geneva Conventions is?
What's a protocol?
What's a treaty
What does CPR stand for?
Are four treaties which cover protocols for humanitarian trea…
A brief summary
It's a written agreement between nations.
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
Geneva Conventions is?
Are four treaties which cover protocols for humanitarian trea…
What's a protocol?
A brief summary
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Financial Aid - 1
loan
scholarships
financial aid
Federal Pell Grant
money provided to an individual for a specific amount of time…
financial aid that does not need to be repaid. It is a synony…
any type of financial assistance that comes from a source oth…
an award to help students pay for their education after high…
loan
money provided to an individual for a specific amount of time…
scholarships
financial aid that does not need to be repaid. It is a synony…
28 terms
1-First Aid General Pathology
Apoptosis
Intrinsic Pathway of Apoptosis
Extrinsic pathway of Apoptosis
Coagulative Necrosis
Programmed cell death; intrinsic or extrinsic -> cytosolic ca…
tissue remodeling in embryogenesis; decreased IL-2 -> apoptos…
(1) FasL to Fas (CD95) or (2) cytotoxic T-cell release of per…
from ischemia or infarction with protein denaturation -> enzy…
Apoptosis
Programmed cell death; intrinsic or extrinsic -> cytosolic ca…
Intrinsic Pathway of Apoptosis
tissue remodeling in embryogenesis; decreased IL-2 -> apoptos…
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first aid pharmacology 1
Km reflects the
Vmax is directly proportional
when you decrease Km you increase
if you increase [S] what kind of inhib…
affinity of the enzyme for the substrate
to enzyme concentration
affinity
competitive inhibition
Km reflects the
affinity of the enzyme for the substrate
Vmax is directly proportional
to enzyme concentration
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First Aid: Biochem 1
template cytosine and adenine
histone acetylation
A and G ; C, T, U
cytosine
these are methylated during DNA replication to distinguish ol…
this relaxes DNA coiling allowing for transcription
these are purine NT (2 rings); these are pyrimidines
deamination of this NT makes uracil
template cytosine and adenine
these are methylated during DNA replication to distinguish ol…
histone acetylation
this relaxes DNA coiling allowing for transcription
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First Aid: Equations 1
Sensitivity
Specificity
Positive predictive value
Negative predictive value
Sensitivity = TP / (TP + FN)
Specificity = TN / (TN + FP)
PPV = TP / (TP + FP)
NPV = TN / (TN + FN)
Sensitivity
Sensitivity = TP / (TP + FN)
Specificity
Specificity = TN / (TN + FP)
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SPanish Aid(s)1
¿Cōmose llama usted?
¿Cómo te llamas?
Encantado/a
lgualmente
What's your name?(formal)
What's your name?(familiar)
Pleased to meet you
Likewise
¿Cōmose llama usted?
What's your name?(formal)
¿Cómo te llamas?
What's your name?(familiar)
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8.1 First Aid
B
A
B
C
With regards to first aid, ABC stands for:... A) Airway, Blood,…
With regards to first aid, the S in SAMPLE stands for... A) Sign…
With regards to first aid, the A in SAMPLE stands for:... A) Air…
With regards to first aid, the M in SAMPLE stands for:... A) Med…
B
With regards to first aid, ABC stands for:... A) Airway, Blood,…
A
With regards to first aid, the S in SAMPLE stands for... A) Sign…
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First Aid: Pathology #1
In patients with septic shock, there i…
What is the main difference between dr…
A 49-year-old male has sudden-onset ch…
What are the characteristics of the in…
Decrease
Dry gangrene is ischemic coagulative gangrene; wet gangrene i…
Coagulative necrosis
Clot formation, increased vessel permeability, neutrophil mig…
In patients with septic shock, there i…
Decrease
What is the main difference between dr…
Dry gangrene is ischemic coagulative gangrene; wet gangrene i…
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First Aid Ch.1 (Introduction to First Aid)
First aid can mean
First aid training enables you to
What is First Aid
First Aid care does not take the place…
- life versus death... - rapid recovery vs. long hospitalization…
- help yourself if ill or injured ... - Instruct others in prope…
The immediate care given to an injured or suddenly ill person
proper medical care.
First aid can mean
- life versus death... - rapid recovery vs. long hospitalization…
First aid training enables you to
- help yourself if ill or injured ... - Instruct others in prope…
12 terms
First Aid Quiz 1
What are the four lifesaving steps?
Definition of First Aid
ABC's of First Aid?
What does CPR stand for?
Clear the airway, Stop the bleeding, treat for shock, protect…
The immediate care given to a victim of injury or sudden illn…
Airway, breathing, and circulation
Cardio Pulminary Resecitation
What are the four lifesaving steps?
Clear the airway, Stop the bleeding, treat for shock, protect…
Definition of First Aid
The immediate care given to a victim of injury or sudden illn…
12 terms
First Aid Quiz 1
Definition of First Aid
What does CPR stand for?
What is hypothermia?
Which of the heat injuries is most sev…
The immediate care given to a victim of injury or sudden illn…
Cardio Pulminary Resecitation
The lowering of body tempature due to loss of heat at a rate…
Heatstroke
Definition of First Aid
The immediate care given to a victim of injury or sudden illn…
What does CPR stand for?
Cardio Pulminary Resecitation
First Aid Chapter 1
First Aid
General Procedure
Info needed from dispatch
In an emergency situation, often victi…
the temporary and immediate care given to a person who is inj…
Check, Call, Care
1) exact location of the victim... 2) phone number where you can…
those who arrive first on scene first are not sufficiently tr…
First Aid
the temporary and immediate care given to a person who is inj…
General Procedure
Check, Call, Care
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First Aid Chapter 1
two types of emergencies
sudden illness
injury
life-threatening emergency
sudden illness... injury
physical condition that requires immediate medical attention
damage to the body from external force
illness or injury that impairs ability to circulate oxygenate…
two types of emergencies
sudden illness... injury
sudden illness
physical condition that requires immediate medical attention
9 terms
First Aid Quiz 1
For the purpose of First Aid what is a…
For the purpose of First Aid what is a…
When you need an ambulance who do you…
The second thing you do If the scene i…
Infant
Child
9-1-1
Help with First Aid.
For the purpose of First Aid what is a…
Infant
For the purpose of First Aid what is a…
Child
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First Aid - Immunology (Lymphocytes-1)
What are the components of innate immu…
What is the origin and heritability of…
What is the specificity and timing of…
What are physical barriers in innate i…
- Neutrophils... - Macrophages... - Monocytes... - Dendritic cells... - N…
- Germline encoded... - Resistance persists through generations,…
- Nonspecific... - Occurs rapidly (minutes to hours)
- Epithelial tight junctions... - Mucus
What are the components of innate immu…
- Neutrophils... - Macrophages... - Monocytes... - Dendritic cells... - N…
What is the origin and heritability of…
- Germline encoded... - Resistance persists through generations,…
28 terms
S1 First Aid
electrocution
choking
cut
stroke
A.V.C
electrocution
choking
12 terms
First aid ch1
Abandonment
Act of commission
Act of omission
Battery
Failure to continue first aid until relieved by someone with…
Doing something that a reasonably prudent person would not do…
Failure to do what a reasonably prudent person with the same…
Touching a person or providing first aid without consent
Abandonment
Failure to continue first aid until relieved by someone with…
Act of commission
Doing something that a reasonably prudent person would not do…
First Aid- Chapter 1
Advanced emergency medical technician…
Barriers to act
Certification
Lay responder
A person trained in emergency care, with the additional train…
Reasons for not acting or for hesitating to act in an emergen…
Credentialing at the local level; usually entails completing…
A layperson (someone who does not have special or advanced me…
Advanced emergency medical technician…
A person trained in emergency care, with the additional train…
Barriers to act
Reasons for not acting or for hesitating to act in an emergen…
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First Aid Exam 1
four
unintentional injuries
True
implied consent
Each year one person in ____ suffers a nonfatal injury seriou…
The leading cause of death and disability in children and you…
T/F The person who primarily benefits from first aid training…
If the victim is unresponsive, permission to give first aid i…
four
Each year one person in ____ suffers a nonfatal injury seriou…
unintentional injuries
The leading cause of death and disability in children and you…
8 terms
First Aid: Chapter 1
First Aid
First Aider
Primary rule of First Aid
Golden Rule
Actions taken in response to someone who is injured or has su…
A person who takes action while taking care to keep everyone…
Ensure the area is safe for you before you approach a casualty.
FIRST DO NO HARM
First Aid
Actions taken in response to someone who is injured or has su…
First Aider
A person who takes action while taking care to keep everyone…
Aid Words- Ch. 1
append-
appendicular
cardi-
pericardium
to hang something
pertaining to the limbs
heart
membrane that surrounds the heart
append-
to hang something
appendicular
pertaining to the limbs
51 terms
First Aid Exam 1
Ensuring the victim appropriate medica…
Is there a vaccine for Hep C or HIV
First thing you do before approaching…
Is deciding to act in an emergency an…
First Aid
No
Scene safe?
No
Ensuring the victim appropriate medica…
First Aid
Is there a vaccine for Hep C or HIV
No
27 terms
First Aid Chapter 1
First aid may mean the difference betw…
According to CDC(Centers for Disease C…
Approximately __ in __ (____%) experie…
______ - The immediate care you give s…
4
3 million
1, 4, 25%
First Aid
First aid may mean the difference betw…
4
According to CDC(Centers for Disease C…
3 million
40 terms
Latin 1 Final Study Aid
1st Declension Forms
2nd Declension Masculine Forms
2nd Declension Neuter Forms
Noun jobs and clue words
1st Declension Forms
2nd Declension Masculine Forms
51 terms
First Aid- ch 1
Immediate care
life threatening situations
immediate care
immediate care
recognize and care for life threatening situations
heart, lungs, spinal cord, nervous system, uncontrollable ble…
activation of EMS
supply rescue breathing, CPR, AED, and Heimlich maneuver
Immediate care
recognize and care for life threatening situations
life threatening situations
heart, lungs, spinal cord, nervous system, uncontrollable ble…
First Aid Ch 1
emergency
two types of emergencies
injury
sudden illness
situation requiring immediate action
injury and sudden illness
damage to the body from an external force, such as a broke bo…
physical condition that requires immediate medical attention…
emergency
situation requiring immediate action
two types of emergencies
injury and sudden illness
43 terms
First aid quiz 1
Aden
angeion
arteria
athron
gland
vessel
artery
joint
Aden
gland
angeion
vessel
13 terms
First Aid - Lesson 1
Abandonment
Act of Commission
Act of Omission
Battery
failure to continue first aid until relieved by someone with…
doing something that a reasonably prudent person would not do…
failure to do what reasonably prudent person with the same or…
touching a person or providing first aid without consent.
Abandonment
failure to continue first aid until relieved by someone with…
Act of Commission
doing something that a reasonably prudent person would not do…
29 terms
First Aid FF- 1
Glucose's can be turned to it's alcoho…
Glucose to Sorbitol via
Sorbitol can be converted to __
Sorbitol to Fructose via
Sorbitol
Aldolase reductase and NADPH
Fructose
Sorbitol DH and NAD+
Glucose's can be turned to it's alcoho…
Sorbitol
Glucose to Sorbitol via
Aldolase reductase and NADPH
First Aid Chapter 1
two types of emergencies
sudden illness
injury
life-threatening emergency
sudden illness... injury
physical condition that requires immediate medical attention
damage to the body from external force
illness or injury that impairs ability to circulate oxygenate…
two types of emergencies
sudden illness... injury
sudden illness
physical condition that requires immediate medical attention
Chapter 1: First Aid
Why is first aid important?
First Aiders Do/Do Not diagnose.
Injury Pyramid
Neglected Epidemic
It is better to know it and not need it than vice versa
Do NOT
Top-Injuries resulting in death... 2nd-Injuries requiring hospit…
Intentional and unintentional injuries
Why is first aid important?
It is better to know it and not need it than vice versa
First Aiders Do/Do Not diagnose.
Do NOT
5 terms
First aid chapter 1
First aid is....
Abandonment means
Negligence means
Negligence involves...
The immediate care given to an injured keep suddenly Ill pers…
Leaving the victim after starting to help without first ensur…
Not following the accepted standard of care resulting in furt…
1. having a duty to act ... 2.breaching that duty... 3.Causing inju…
First aid is....
The immediate care given to an injured keep suddenly Ill pers…
Abandonment means
Leaving the victim after starting to help without first ensur…
12 terms
First Aid Test 1
Abandonment
Act of commission
Act of omission
Battery
Failure to continue first aid until relieved by someone with…
Doing something that a reasonably prudent person would not do…
Failure to do what a reasonably prudent with the same or simi…
Touching a person or providing first aid without consent
Abandonment
Failure to continue first aid until relieved by someone with…
Act of commission
Doing something that a reasonably prudent person would not do…
30 terms
First Aid Set 1
First Aid
Wound
Abrasion
Incision
The immediate, temporary care given to an ill or injured pers…
Involves injury to soft tissue
Scrape of the skin due to something abrasive
a clean smooth cut caused by a sharp cutting instrument
First Aid
The immediate, temporary care given to an ill or injured pers…
Wound
Involves injury to soft tissue
First aid, chapter 1
Three C's
When making a 911 call
Duty to act
Abandonment
Check... Call... care
Give your name... Location of accident... Number of people and exte…
No legal duty to preform first aid only under contractual duty
Leaving when you have begun care- don't stop until someone mo…
Three C's
Check... Call... care
When making a 911 call
Give your name... Location of accident... Number of people and exte…
65 terms
First Aid & CPR 1
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
Determining number of injured & nature…
potential toxic vapors, gases in the a…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
ABC stands for?
When evaluating a scene you should focus on which of the foll…
When assessing an accident scene for safety prior to renderin…
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
ABC stands for?
49 terms
first aid test 1
what does RAP stand for
is gasping a sign of breathing
AVPU
steps in victim assessment overview
R: responsiveness... A: activated EMS... P: positioning
no
awake/alert... verbal stimulation... painful stimulation... unresponsive
*scene size up... *primary check- RAP-CAB or ABC... *secondary chec…
what does RAP stand for
R: responsiveness... A: activated EMS... P: positioning
is gasping a sign of breathing
no
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