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67 terms
HAP
sagittal region
transverse region
coronal region
epigastric
lengthwise cut that divides the body into right and left port…
horizontal cut that divides the body into top and bottom of b…
cut that divides the front and back of the body
upper middle
sagittal region
lengthwise cut that divides the body into right and left port…
transverse region
horizontal cut that divides the body into top and bottom of b…
25 terms
HAP
Contra
Corp
Cortic
Cost
Against
Body
Rind... Bark
Rib
Contra
Against
Corp
Body
hap
Grisly
Palpable
Tangible
Anguish
Causing horror or disgust.
So obvious that it can be easily seen, touched, or known.
Something is able to be physically touched, felt, or seen
Severe mental or physical pain or suffering
Grisly
Causing horror or disgust.
Palpable
So obvious that it can be easily seen, touched, or known.
87 terms
HAP
anterior
posterior
ventral
dorsal
front of an organism
back of the organism
belly side
back side; toward the back or spine side
anterior
front of an organism
posterior
back of the organism
13 terms
Hap
CNS
PNS
Brain
Cerebrum
Has retina, spinal cord and brain. Controls all other organ s…
Connects CNS to the rest of the body, has 12 pairs of nerves…
Contains the cerebellum, cerebrum, and medulla oblongata. Con…
Has the optical, frontal, parietal and temporal lobes. Larges…
CNS
Has retina, spinal cord and brain. Controls all other organ s…
PNS
Connects CNS to the rest of the body, has 12 pairs of nerves…
73 terms
HAP
anatomical position
anatomy
physiology
dorsal
the position with the body erect with the arms at the sides a…
inspection of the structural characteristics of a human being
the study of function in organism life activity
backside of body
anatomical position
the position with the body erect with the arms at the sides a…
anatomy
inspection of the structural characteristics of a human being
19 terms
HAP
Homeostasis
Negative feedback
Positive feedback
Receptor
maintain relatively stable internal conditions
occurs when some function of the output of a system, process,…
the enhancing or amplification of an effect by its own influe…
senses change in the body
Homeostasis
maintain relatively stable internal conditions
Negative feedback
occurs when some function of the output of a system, process,…
20 terms
HAP
Acr-, Acro-
Adren-
Angi-
Arthr-
extremity
gland
vessel
joint
Acr-, Acro-
extremity
Adren-
gland
55 terms
HAP
Free nerve endings
Tactile corpuscles
Root hair plexus
Special senses
sensitive to touch and pressure: situated between epidermal c…
sensitive to fine touch and pressure and low frequency vibrat…
made up of free nerve endings stimulate by hair displacement;…
Olfaction (smell), gustation (taste), vision, equilibrium (ba…
Free nerve endings
sensitive to touch and pressure: situated between epidermal c…
Tactile corpuscles
sensitive to fine touch and pressure and low frequency vibrat…
149 terms
HAP
Primary components of health assessment
Subjective data (symptoms, history)
Objective data (signs, physical examin…
documentation
-Health history (subjective data)... -Physical assessment (objec…
-information the patient (or the patient's family or signific…
-the findings resulting from direct observation using all of…
-Improves plan of care... -Legal document of patient's health st…
Primary components of health assessment
-Health history (subjective data)... -Physical assessment (objec…
Subjective data (symptoms, history)
-information the patient (or the patient's family or signific…
14 terms
HAP
Reticular layer
Subcutaneous layer/hypo dermis
Sebaceous glands
Sebum
Deeper layer of the dermis that supplies the skin with oxygen…
Lies beneath the dermis (fat)
Glands that secrete sebum to the hair & scalp
Acts as lubricant for skin and an antibacterial agent
Reticular layer
Deeper layer of the dermis that supplies the skin with oxygen…
Subcutaneous layer/hypo dermis
Lies beneath the dermis (fat)
18 terms
HAP
Simple squamous epithelium ... Location:…
Simple cuboidal epithelium ... Location:D…
Simple columnar epithelium ... Location:…
Pseudostratified columnar Epithelium…
Simple squamous epithelium ... Location:…
Simple cuboidal epithelium ... Location:D…
61 terms
HAP
Which of the following statements is t…
Macrophages' primary role in connectiv…
What are the three main components of…
Which of the following is an example o…
Collagen fibers provide high tensile strength.
scavenge cellular debris and destroy pathogens.
Large extracellular matrix, fibers, and cells
C
Which of the following statements is t…
Collagen fibers provide high tensile strength.
Macrophages' primary role in connectiv…
scavenge cellular debris and destroy pathogens.
31 terms
HAP
Homeostasis
Positive Feedback
Frontal
Cranial Cavity
The maintenance of a constant internal environment.
If upon accumulation of a substance or state, the body respon…
A Plane divides the body into dorsal and ventral halves
The body cavity occupied by the brain.
Homeostasis
The maintenance of a constant internal environment.
Positive Feedback
If upon accumulation of a substance or state, the body respon…
14 terms
Hap
Loose areolar
Dense regular
Dense irregular
Reticular
Underneath the skin
Tendon and cartilage (wavy)
Deep dermis muscles, (collagen, fibroblast)
Liver (mushy)
Loose areolar
Underneath the skin
Dense regular
Tendon and cartilage (wavy)
41 terms
HAP
Abdominal
Acromial
Antecubital
Axillary
anterior body trunks inferior to ribs
Point of the shoulder
anterior surface of the elbow
armpit
Abdominal
anterior body trunks inferior to ribs
Acromial
Point of the shoulder
18 terms
HAP
Simple Squamous
Simple cuboidal
Simple columnar
Psuedostratified columnar
Allows passage of material
Secretion and absorption
Absorption, secretion of mucus, enzymes & others.
Secretion, mostly mucus
Simple Squamous
Allows passage of material
Simple cuboidal
Secretion and absorption
7 terms
HAP
Treatment for HAP
non ESBL E. Coli
ESBL E. Coli
Stap. Aureus
cefepime 2G IV Q8, OR... Imipenem/Cil 500-1000mg IV Q6, OR... Merop…
3rd Gen Cepha (ceftriaxone)... Zosyn... Amp (+/-) AG
ERtapenum (use this first)... meropenum... Imipenem/Cil (can cause…
Non-MRSA--oxacillin, naficillin, 1st gen Cepha... MRSA--VAnco (+…
Treatment for HAP
cefepime 2G IV Q8, OR... Imipenem/Cil 500-1000mg IV Q6, OR... Merop…
non ESBL E. Coli
3rd Gen Cepha (ceftriaxone)... Zosyn... Amp (+/-) AG
10 terms
hap
melanocyte location
simple cuboidal location
simple columnar location
pseudostratified columnar location
stratified squamous
kidneys
digestive tract
trachea
melanocyte location
stratified squamous
simple cuboidal location
kidneys
14 terms
Hap
Imtestine
Esophagus
Urethra
Capillaries
Simple columnar
Stratified squamo
Transitional
Simple squamous
Imtestine
Simple columnar
Esophagus
Stratified squamo
23 terms
HAP
Anatomical Position
Superior and Inferior
Anterior and Posterior
medial and lateral
Body erect
toward and away from head
toward the front and to the back
toward and away from the midline
Anatomical Position
Body erect
Superior and Inferior
toward and away from head
9 terms
HAP
Early onset parameters
Late onset parameters
non-MDR pathogens
Low risk pathogen treatment:
- occurs within 4 days of hospitalization
- occurs 5 or more days after hospitalization... -increased pres…
-strep pneumoniae... -h. influenzae... -MSSA... -E. coli... -K. pneumonia…
-ceftriaxone... -levofloxacin, moxifloxacin... -ampicillin/sulbacta…
Early onset parameters
- occurs within 4 days of hospitalization
Late onset parameters
- occurs 5 or more days after hospitalization... -increased pres…
27 terms
HAP
Aden
Alg
Arthr
Bl, bio
Gland
Pain
Joint
Life
Aden
Gland
Alg
Pain
24 terms
HAP
Parasympathetic
Sympathetic
Frontal lobe
Parietal lobe
Calm involuntary nervous control
Stressed involuntary nervous control
Motor area of brain
Sensory area of brain
Parasympathetic
Calm involuntary nervous control
Sympathetic
Stressed involuntary nervous control
27 terms
HAP
electron
organic chemistry
inorganic chemistry
water
small negatively charged
chemicals that include both carbon and hydrogen atoms
chemical substances that do not include carbon and hydrogen a…
the most abundant compound in living material and accounts fo…
electron
small negatively charged
organic chemistry
chemicals that include both carbon and hydrogen atoms
39 terms
HAP
TSH
ACTH
FSH
LH
secretion of thyroid
secretion of gluco cortoid
secretion of estrogen and follicle development
ovulation, formation of corpus luteum
TSH
secretion of thyroid
ACTH
secretion of gluco cortoid
30 terms
HAP
anatomy
physiology
atoms
cells
the study of STRUCTURES
the study of body FUNCTION
the smallest component of life
the smallest structural and functional unit of an organism
anatomy
the study of STRUCTURES
physiology
the study of body FUNCTION
10 terms
hap
Step one
step two
step three
step four
Action potential arrives at the axon terminals
Calcium ions enter the axon terminals
synaptic vesicles fuse to membrane of axon terminals
acetyl choline is released into synaptic cleft
Step one
Action potential arrives at the axon terminals
step two
Calcium ions enter the axon terminals
45 terms
HAP
Tissue that conducts impulses as waves…
Tissues are groups of similar cells wo…
Found in the epidermis and form the li…
Tissue that makes up majority of the h…
Nervous
To perform common functions
Epithelium
Cardiac
Tissue that conducts impulses as waves…
Nervous
Tissues are groups of similar cells wo…
To perform common functions
33 terms
HAP
Function of the Respiratory System
The Nose
Anatomy of the Nasal Cavity
Anatomy of the Nasal Cavity
Oversees gas exchanges between the blood and external environ…
The only externally visible part of the respiratory system... Ai…
Olfactory receptors are located in the mucosa on the superior…
Lateral walls have projections called conchae... Increases surfa…
Function of the Respiratory System
Oversees gas exchanges between the blood and external environ…
The Nose
The only externally visible part of the respiratory system... Ai…
39 terms
HAP
Anatomy
Physiology
Cell
tissue
The study of the structure
The study of function
smallest unit of life
A group of cells working together
Anatomy
The study of the structure
Physiology
The study of function
45 terms
HAP
Tissue level
Name the six levels of structural orga…
Four basic types of tissue
Superior (cranial or cephalad)
Tissues consist of similar types of cells that have a common…
Chemical level, cellular level, tissue level, organ level, or…
Epithelial, connective, muscular and neural
Toward the head end or upper part of a structure or the body…
Tissue level
Tissues consist of similar types of cells that have a common…
Name the six levels of structural orga…
Chemical level, cellular level, tissue level, organ level, or…
53 terms
Hap
Creating subsequent generations of sim…
All of the basic functions in living t…
All of the following selections includ…
Anatomy is the study of and physiology…
Growth and reproduction
Energy
Oxygen and carbon dioxide
Structure and function
Creating subsequent generations of sim…
Growth and reproduction
All of the basic functions in living t…
Energy
10 terms
HAP
The vertebral column encloses and prot…
The _____ divides the scapula into une…
The glenoid cavity of the scapula arti…
The pectoral girdle is an incomplete r…
Spinal Cord
Spine
Head
Scapulate
The vertebral column encloses and prot…
Spinal Cord
The _____ divides the scapula into une…
Spine
45 terms
HAP
H
He
Li
Be
Hydrogen
Helium
Lithium
Beryllium
H
Hydrogen
He
Helium
25 terms
Hap
Abdominal
Acromial
Antebrachial
Antecubital
Anterior torso below diaphragm
Shoulder
Forearm
Depressed area just in front of elbow
Abdominal
Anterior torso below diaphragm
Acromial
Shoulder
45 terms
HAP
Frontal
Otic
Buccal
Mental
Forehead
Ear
Cheek
Chin
Frontal
Forehead
Otic
Ear
18 terms
HAP
anterior
ventral
posterior
dorsal
the front; before
the belly side (same as anterior when it comes to the human b…
the back; behind
the back
anterior
the front; before
ventral
the belly side (same as anterior when it comes to the human b…
34 terms
HAP
Produces releasing hormones, controls…
Arousal and alerting
Occipital
Equilibrium, normal posture, productio…
What does the hypothalamus do?
Thalamus resposible for?
Visual perception located in which lobe?
Function of cerebellum
Produces releasing hormones, controls…
What does the hypothalamus do?
Arousal and alerting
Thalamus resposible for?
10 terms
Hap
Heroin
Serotonin
Marijuana
Meth
Dopamine... Binds to opiate receptors, doesnt let dopamine reduce
Mimics serotonin taken by cell
Dopamine... Dopamine flows freely throughout the cell
Dopamine... Taps into synapsids cleft
Heroin
Dopamine... Binds to opiate receptors, doesnt let dopamine reduce
Serotonin
Mimics serotonin taken by cell
84 terms
Hap
Anatomy
Physiology
Integumentary system
Skeletal system
Is the study of internal and external struscture and the phys…
Is the study of how living organisms preform the vital functi…
Protection from enviormental hazards, temperature control
Support, protection of soft tissues, mineral storage, blood f…
Anatomy
Is the study of internal and external struscture and the phys…
Physiology
Is the study of how living organisms preform the vital functi…
48 terms
hap
nasal
oral
cervical
acromial
nose
mouth
neck
point of shoulders
nasal
nose
oral
mouth
40 terms
HAP -
Cervical
Acromial
Thoracic
Brachial
Neck
Part of shoulder
Chest
Upper arm
Cervical
Neck
Acromial
Part of shoulder
13 terms
Hap
define cell
define organelle
Selective permeability
diffusion
unit of living organisms containing a nucleus and other organ…
the structures in a cell that perform specific metabolic func…
movement in and out of cell
-particles evenly distributed within a solution ... -requires no…
define cell
unit of living organisms containing a nucleus and other organ…
define organelle
the structures in a cell that perform specific metabolic func…
21 terms
hap
superior/cranial
inferior/caudal
ventral/anterior
dorsal/posterior
towards head/upper part of body, above
away from head/lower part of body, below
towards/front of body
towards back of body, behind
superior/cranial
towards head/upper part of body, above
inferior/caudal
away from head/lower part of body, below
53 terms
HAP
This is pneumonia that develops at lea…
This is characterized by increased ris…
List the risk factors for HAP
This is defined as any infection of th…
HAP
HAP
1. antibiotics within 90 days... 2. hospitalized for >/= 5 days…
pneumonia
This is pneumonia that develops at lea…
HAP
This is characterized by increased ris…
HAP
12 terms
HAP
integumentary system
skeletal system
muscular system
The nervous system
protects against hazards, controls body temperature
provides support, protects tissues, stores minerals, forms bl…
Allows for locomotion, provides support, provide heat
Directs immediate responses to stimuli, usually by coordinati…
integumentary system
protects against hazards, controls body temperature
skeletal system
provides support, protects tissues, stores minerals, forms bl…
19 terms
HAP
tissue
epithelium
type of glands (epithelium)
connective tissue
group of cells that are similar in structure and function
found on the lining of structures or make up glands
endocrine exocrine
connects body parts
tissue
group of cells that are similar in structure and function
epithelium
found on the lining of structures or make up glands
80 terms
HAP
Nursing process
Assessment
Subjective data
Objective data
Assessment ... Diagnosis... Planning... Implementation... Evaluation
Health history-subjection... physical assessment- objective... psyc…
info from pt, family, SYMPTOMS
finds from direct observation using senses... SIGNS
Nursing process
Assessment ... Diagnosis... Planning... Implementation... Evaluation
Assessment
Health history-subjection... physical assessment- objective... psyc…
Hap
Partenon
Panteon
Termy karakalli
Świątynia chonsu Karnak
432 r.p.n.e.
126 r.p.n.e
Pocz III w
VII - XI w pne
Partenon
432 r.p.n.e.
Panteon
126 r.p.n.e
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