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186 terms
HAP Midterm
Biomedical Definiton of Health
Holistic Health (nursing perspective)
Wellness
Definition of Health (WHO)
Absent from disease
View that the mind, body, and spirit are interdependent and f…
Dynamic process and view of health; a move toward optimal fun…
A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being
Biomedical Definiton of Health
Absent from disease
Holistic Health (nursing perspective)
View that the mind, body, and spirit are interdependent and f…
36 terms
HAP Final
Visceral
Ventral
Nervous System
Circulatory System
Pertaining to internal organs
At the belly side of the human body
An interacting network of neurons that conveys electrochemica…
(aka cardiovascular system) This system works as the transpor…
Visceral
Pertaining to internal organs
Ventral
At the belly side of the human body
8 terms
HAP FINAL
Anatomy
Physiology
Levels of organization in a living thing
Homeostasis
Structure/internal workings
Functions and parts
Cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
State of equilibrum maintained by self regulating processes
Anatomy
Structure/internal workings
Physiology
Functions and parts
62 terms
Hap final
Visceral
Ventral
Nervous system/special senses
Circulatory system
A membrane that covers the surface of organs in the body cavity
Cut the body in half; opposite of dorsal or posterior
...
...
Visceral
A membrane that covers the surface of organs in the body cavity
Ventral
Cut the body in half; opposite of dorsal or posterior
23 terms
hap quiz
corner
main portion of bone
rounded articular projection
narrow ridge of bone, usually prominent
angle
body
condyle
crest
corner
angle
main portion of bone
body
26 terms
HAP final
systole
diastole
SA node
EKG
heart contraction
heart relaxtion
generates rhythmic impulses for the heart
traces the flow of the current through the heart
systole
heart contraction
diastole
heart relaxtion
61 terms
HAP Bones Test
inferior nasal concha
carpals
metacarpals
clavicle
inferior nasal concha
carpals
57 terms
HAP Exam
Division of the PNS
External
Satellite
Potassium
The somatic nervous system is part of the _______
Which receptor provides information about pressure sensations?
Which cell covers every axon outside the CNS?
At the normal resting potential of -70mV, which ions are ejec…
Division of the PNS
The somatic nervous system is part of the _______
External
Which receptor provides information about pressure sensations?
22 terms
HAP QUIZ
Gluteus Maximus
Gluteus Minimus
Gluteus Medius
Biceps Femoris
Major Extensor of thigh, Laterally rotates and abducts thigh
same as gluteus medius
abducts and medially rotates thigh, steadies pelvis, walking
Extends thigh and flexes knee. Laterally rotates leg
Gluteus Maximus
Major Extensor of thigh, Laterally rotates and abducts thigh
Gluteus Minimus
same as gluteus medius
30 terms
hap cat muscles
gluteus medius
gluteus maximus
caudofemoralis
gastrocnemius
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
gluteus medius
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
gluteus maximus
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
69 terms
HAP Exam
physiology
D. studying how the nerves conduct ele…
chemical level-cellular level-tissue l…
atoms
The study of the function of the body and body parts is calle…
Which of the following activities does NOT represent an anato…
The correct sequence, going from simplest to most complex, in…
The building blocks of all matter are known as ____
physiology
The study of the function of the body and body parts is calle…
D. studying how the nerves conduct ele…
Which of the following activities does NOT represent an anato…
28 terms
HAP Spring Final Review
An impulse passed through a reflex arc…
Portion of the brain responsible for l…
Chemical-gated channels open in respon…
The CNS includes what two major anatom…
effector
cerebrum
neurotransmitters
brain and spinal cord
An impulse passed through a reflex arc…
effector
Portion of the brain responsible for l…
cerebrum
80 terms
HAP Midterm
what does ventral mean?
what does dorsal mean?
what does medial mean?
what does lateral mean?
anterior and larger closed bodies, subdivisions thoracic cavi…
protects nervous system, subdivisions, cranial activity, and…
toward or at the midline of the body
away from the midline
what does ventral mean?
anterior and larger closed bodies, subdivisions thoracic cavi…
what does dorsal mean?
protects nervous system, subdivisions, cranial activity, and…
37 terms
HAP Final
Epicraneus Function
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
Temporalis and MAsseter
Wrinkles forehead and moves scalp
(closes eye)
(Closes mouth, forms words and purses lips
Elevates Mandible
Epicraneus Function
Wrinkles forehead and moves scalp
Orbicularis Oculi
(closes eye)
15 terms
HAP EXAM
Abductor
Actin
Adductor
Band
moves limb away from midline
protein in a muscle fiber, with myosin, contraction and relax…
moves limb toward midline
myosin filaments that are think, dark portions of sarcomere
Abductor
moves limb away from midline
Actin
protein in a muscle fiber, with myosin, contraction and relax…
9 terms
Ch. 2-3 HAP
Ion
Electrolyte
Carbohydrate
Monosaccharide
Atoms with a positive or negative electrical charge
Chemical substances, such as salts, acids, and bases, that io…
Organic compound composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen; in…
Literally, one sugar; building block of carbohydrates; glucose
Ion
Atoms with a positive or negative electrical charge
Electrolyte
Chemical substances, such as salts, acids, and bases, that io…
117 terms
HAP Quiz
cervical
thoracic
lumbar
atlas
7 vertebrae
12 vertebrae
5 vertebrae
C1- supports head
cervical
7 vertebrae
thoracic
12 vertebrae
525 terms
HAP Midterm
anti-
carcin/o
immun/o
lymph/o
against
cancerous
immune, protection, safe
lymph, lymphatic tissue
anti-
against
carcin/o
cancerous
51 terms
HAP MIDTERM
Referred pain
Dura mater
Arachnoid mater
Pia mater
perceived as pain in another body part; comes from visceral s…
meninge; rough leathery outer layer (tough mother)
meninge: web-like spidery middle layer
meninge: delicate innermost layer containing many blood vessels
Referred pain
perceived as pain in another body part; comes from visceral s…
Dura mater
meninge; rough leathery outer layer (tough mother)
17 terms
HAP Midterm
deep (closer to center)
anterior(closer to front)
inferior(Further down)
proximal(closer to the center of arm o…
Superficial(further away to center)
posterior(closer to back)
superior(further up)
distal(further away from center of arm or leg)
deep (closer to center)
Superficial(further away to center)
anterior(closer to front)
posterior(closer to back)
10 terms
HAP Quiz
Everything you see, hear, smell, touch…
What are microscopic nerve cells that…
The largest part of the human brain
Column of nerves from brain to tailbone
In the cerebral cortex
Neurons
Cerebrum
Spinal cord
Everything you see, hear, smell, touch…
In the cerebral cortex
What are microscopic nerve cells that…
Neurons
56 terms
HAP Test
Creating subsequent generations of sim…
All the basic functions in living thin…
All the following selections include f…
The specialized study which analyzes t…
growth and reproduction
Energy
Oxygen, carbon dioxide
Cytology
Creating subsequent generations of sim…
growth and reproduction
All the basic functions in living thin…
Energy
53 terms
hap cat muscles
gluteus medius
gluteus maximus
caudofemoralis
gastrocnemius
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
gluteus medius
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
gluteus maximus
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
31 terms
HAP MIDTERM
Which of the following is the simplest…
Which of the following is true of nega…
Which of the following is the proper d…
In a homeostatic control mechanism, wh…
Chemical
The output shuts off the original stimulus or reduces its int…
The body is erect with feet slightly apart, and palms face fo…
receptor
Which of the following is the simplest…
Chemical
Which of the following is true of nega…
The output shuts off the original stimulus or reduces its int…
136 terms
HAP 5U.1
calyx
detrudere
fenestra
glomus
a cup of flowers ... (minor calyx)
to push down ... (detrusor muscle)
a window ... (fenestrated capillaries)
a ball ... (glomerulus)
calyx
a cup of flowers ... (minor calyx)
detrudere
to push down ... (detrusor muscle)
19 terms
HAP-Skull
Occipital Bone
Parietal Bone
Frontal Bone
Temporal Bone
Occipital Bone
Parietal Bone
159 terms
HAP - Muscular system
Skeletal, Cardiac, Smooth
Movement of the body,... Maintenance of p…
Striated,... Attached to skeletal system,…
Contractility, Excitability, Extensibi…
Three type of muscle
Major functions of the muscular system
Characteristics of skeletal muscle
Four major functional characteristics of skeletal muscle
Skeletal, Cardiac, Smooth
Three type of muscle
Movement of the body,... Maintenance of p…
Major functions of the muscular system
82 terms
week 5 - HAP - HEENOT
2 types of abuse
punking vs bullying
can we take pics of abuse that has hap…
what wound care specialists need to ge…
physical and financial ... financial is esp common for older ad…
punking is verbal and physical violence in front of an audien…
must get written consent
consent to take pics of the abuse ... - need this for insurance…
2 types of abuse
physical and financial ... financial is esp common for older ad…
punking vs bullying
punking is verbal and physical violence in front of an audien…
101 terms
HAP Test 1 Tissues
homeostasis
biofeedback loops
- feedback
+ feedback
body process trying to keep things consistent and efficient e…
range perfect-death feedback on how body is doing used to adj…
negates a change occurs frequently wants situation to go back…
amplifies change very rare bigger deal like birth homeostasis…
homeostasis
body process trying to keep things consistent and efficient e…
biofeedback loops
range perfect-death feedback on how body is doing used to adj…
54 terms
Lab F HAP
Iliacus... A - Flex hip... O - Pelvis ... I - F…
Psoas Major... A - Flex hip, Laterally Ro…
Tensor faciae latae... A - Extend knee, M…
Gluteus Maximus... A - Extend hip, Abduct…
Iliacus... A - Flex hip... O - Pelvis ... I - F…
Psoas Major... A - Flex hip, Laterally Ro…
27 terms
HAP- Tissues
Histology
Tissues
Simple Squamous
Simple Cuboidal
study of tissues
groups of cells that preform specialized structural and funct…
single, thin layer of cells that allow diffusion (EX: lungs)
Single layer, cube shaped cells that secrete substances (EX:…
Histology
study of tissues
Tissues
groups of cells that preform specialized structural and funct…
46 terms
HAP Unit 3
Ions
Salts
Electrolytes
Carbohydrates
...
an ionic compound essential for nerve impulse transmission an…
conduct electrical current in a solution
function: energy and structure
Ions
...
Salts
an ionic compound essential for nerve impulse transmission an…
86 terms
HAP Unit 3
Extracellular matrix
Collagen fibers
Recticular fibers
Elastin fibers
in between connective tissue
Strentgh
Support
stretch
Extracellular matrix
in between connective tissue
Collagen fibers
Strentgh
41 terms
HAP Chapter 1
Responsiveness
Growth
Reproduction
Movement
(Irritability) Organisms responding to changes in their envir…
When organisms of any size begin to grow
Organisms reproduce, creating subsequent generations of simil…
The movement of an organism internally (transporting food, bl…
Responsiveness
(Irritability) Organisms responding to changes in their envir…
Growth
When organisms of any size begin to grow
55 terms
HAP Vocabulary Set One
palpation
auscultation
catabolism
anabolism
gently touching; examiner feels body surfaces with hands
listening; examiner listens to body sounds
the breakdown of complex chemical substances into simpler com…
the building up of complex chemical substances from smaller,…
palpation
gently touching; examiner feels body surfaces with hands
auscultation
listening; examiner listens to body sounds
38 terms
Unit 1 HAP
principle of complementary
anatomy
physiology
microscopic anatomy
function reflects structure: what a structure can do depends…
The study of body structure
The study of body function
deals with structures too small to be seen with the naked eye
principle of complementary
function reflects structure: what a structure can do depends…
anatomy
The study of body structure
20 terms
HAP Chapter 10-Blood
The Circulatory System
Blood
Plasma
Proteins in Blood Plasma
The circulatory system transports oxygen, nutrients, and othe…
A connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in whic…
1. Yellow liquid component of blood in which the blood cells…
albumin (regulates movement of water), globulin (forms part o…
The Circulatory System
The circulatory system transports oxygen, nutrients, and othe…
Blood
A connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in whic…
14 terms
HAP Digestive System
Alimentary Canal
Lumen
Buccal cavity
Philtrum
Another name for Digestive System
Open Space
mouth
Vertical Grove above upper lip
Alimentary Canal
Another name for Digestive System
Lumen
Open Space
40 terms
Biochemistry (HAP Piel)
Chemistry
Body functions depend on
Most abundant elements
Atoms consist of
deals with the composition of substances and how they change.
chemical changes within cells
carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen
protons, neutrons and electrons
Chemistry
deals with the composition of substances and how they change.
Body functions depend on
chemical changes within cells
144 terms
HAP Chapter 3 Vocab
Cells
Nucleus
Nuclear Membrane
Nuclear Pores
Basic unit of life
A part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for…
Surrounds the nucleus and controls movement of materials into…
Holes in the nuclear envelope that allow materials to pass in…
Cells
Basic unit of life
Nucleus
A part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for…
69 terms
HAP unit 4
Keratinocytes/Keratin
Melanocytes/Melanin
Langerhans' Cells (epidermal dendritic…
Merkel (tactile) Cells
Keratinocytes produce keratin... keratin is a fiber that gives e…
melanocytes: spider shaped epithelial cells that produce mela…
come from bone marrow ... ingest foreign substances/key activato…
located at epidermal junction... spiky hemisphere, disc like sen…
Keratinocytes/Keratin
Keratinocytes produce keratin... keratin is a fiber that gives e…
Melanocytes/Melanin
melanocytes: spider shaped epithelial cells that produce mela…
33 terms
HAP Ch1
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
above
below
front
back
Superior
above
Inferior
below
86 terms
HAP - Digestive System Test
mechanical
chemical
mucosa
submucosa
type of digestion where organs have to physically break food…
type of digestion where enzymes break large molecules into sm…
intermost layer of the GI tract wall; secretes mucus into lum…
layer of the wall of the GI tract; anchors mucosa by C.T.; co…
mechanical
type of digestion where organs have to physically break food…
chemical
type of digestion where enzymes break large molecules into sm…
12 terms
HAP Lecture 1
anterior
posterior
medial
ipsilateral
ventral
ventral
along midline of body
same side
anterior
ventral
posterior
ventral
8 terms
Hap bone
Long
Short
Flat
Irregular
Support and movement
Increase range of motion
Protection
"Other" muscle attachments
Long
Support and movement
Short
Increase range of motion
39 terms
Ch 6 - HAP - Muscles
rectus femoris
sartorius
tensor fascia lata
gracilis
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
rectus femoris
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
sartorius
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
82 terms
Chapter 1 HAP
sagittal
tranverse
coronal
epigastic
dividing left and right
divide horizontal
divide front and back
above stomach
sagittal
dividing left and right
tranverse
divide horizontal
10 terms
HAP Levels of Organization
atom
cell
macromolecule
molecule
the smallest particle of an element that still has the proper…
the building block of life
a very large molecule made of many smaller molecules
a particle made of two or more atoms
atom
the smallest particle of an element that still has the proper…
cell
the building block of life
21 terms
HAP chapter 1
homeostasis
tissue
organelle
positive feedback response
the maintenance of a constant internal environment
a group of cells with a common mitotic origin, found at the s…
a subcellular structure dedicated to one or a very small numb…
the regulatory mechanism if, upon accumulation of a substance…
homeostasis
the maintenance of a constant internal environment
tissue
a group of cells with a common mitotic origin, found at the s…
11 terms
HAP Tissues
Villi
Goblet cells
Cuboidal
Squamous
Creases in the lining of tissue which increase surface area
Cells which produce secretion
Dice shaped cells
Flat shaped cells
Villi
Creases in the lining of tissue which increase surface area
Goblet cells
Cells which produce secretion
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