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Health Sciences Chapter 14
Plague
Filoviruses
Anthrax
Botulism
Caused by bacteria called Yersinia pestis
An infectious disease that causes hemorrhagic fever
Spores of bacteria called Bacillus antracis
A paralytic illness caused by a nerve toxin
Plague
Caused by bacteria called Yersinia pestis
Filoviruses
An infectious disease that causes hemorrhagic fever
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Health Science Chapter 14
The purpose of handwashing is to _____…
Regularly handwashing with ___________…
Antiseptic handwashing with __________…
Antiseptic hand rub with _____________…
Prevent and control spread of pathogens... Disease and illness
Plain soap and water
Antimicrobial soap and water
Alcohol - based cleaner ... Waterless
The purpose of handwashing is to _____…
Prevent and control spread of pathogens... Disease and illness
Regularly handwashing with ___________…
Plain soap and water
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chapter 14 health science
when can you operate a piece of equipt…
what do you do with damaged equipment?
what should you avoid when using solut…
what do you do with equipment when the…
once you've been instructed to use it
report it to the instructor
eye and skin contact
do not operate it
when can you operate a piece of equipt…
once you've been instructed to use it
what do you do with damaged equipment?
report it to the instructor
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Chapter 14 Health Science
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antisepsis
Asepsis
Requiring oxygen to live.
Not requiring oxygen to live and grow; able to thrive in the…
Aseptic control that inhabits, retards growth of, of kills pa…
Being free from infection.
Aerobic
Requiring oxygen to live.
Anaerobic
Not requiring oxygen to live and grow; able to thrive in the…
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Health Chapter 14
enamel
cementum
dentin
pulp
The material, which is harder than bone, that covers a tooth'…
The hard material that covers a tooth's root
The living material beneath enamel and cementum that makes up…
The soft tissue that fills the center of each tooth
enamel
The material, which is harder than bone, that covers a tooth'…
cementum
The hard material that covers a tooth's root
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Chapter 14 health science vocab
Hilus
Bronchi
Respiratory Therapist (RT)
Cilia
A depression near the appex of each lung where several struct…
The branches of the trachea lined with mucous and supported b…
Health professional who helps patients increase respiratory f…
Microscopic hair- like structures that beat with a wavelike m…
Hilus
A depression near the appex of each lung where several struct…
Bronchi
The branches of the trachea lined with mucous and supported b…
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health science chapter 14
nonpathogen
pathogen
warm environments, darkness, source of…
bacteria
microorganism that is not harmful to the body
microorganism that is harmful to the body
what do most microorganisms need?
simple, one-celled organisms that multiply rapidly
nonpathogen
microorganism that is not harmful to the body
pathogen
microorganism that is harmful to the body
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Health Science Chapter 14
immun/o
lymph/o
lymphaden/o
splen/o
protection
lymph
lymph node
spleen
immun/o
protection
lymph/o
lymph
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Chapter 14 Health Science
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antisepsis
Asepsis
Requiring oxygen to live.
Not requiring oxygen to live and grow; able to thrive in the…
Aseptic control that inhabits, retards growth of, of kills pa…
Being free from infection.
Aerobic
Requiring oxygen to live.
Anaerobic
Not requiring oxygen to live and grow; able to thrive in the…
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Health Science chapter 14 vocab
microorganism
aerobic
anaerobic
pathogens
a small, living organism that is not visible to the naked eye
requires oxygen to grow
doesn't require oxygen to grow
(germs)able to harm body or cause disease
microorganism
a small, living organism that is not visible to the naked eye
aerobic
requires oxygen to grow
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chapter 14 health science
organisms that live and reproduce in t…
process that destroys all microorganis…
plantlike organisms that live on dead…
absence of pathogens
anarobic
sterilization
fungi
asepsis
organisms that live and reproduce in t…
anarobic
process that destroys all microorganis…
sterilization
Health Science Chapter 14
Chrom/o
Conjuctiv/o
Corne/o, kerat/o
Dacry/o, lacrim/o
Color
Conjunctiva
Cornea
Tear
Chrom/o
Color
Conjuctiv/o
Conjunctiva
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Health Science chapter 14 emarlow
By keeping the feet 8-10 inches apart,…
Mandates that help protect the health…
Refers to the way in which the body mo…
An applied science used to promote the…
Base of support
Bloodborne pathogen standard
Body mechanics
Ergonomics
By keeping the feet 8-10 inches apart,…
Base of support
Mandates that help protect the health…
Bloodborne pathogen standard
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Health Chapter 14
cornea
pupil
iris
lens
Clear tissue that covers the front of the eye.
The opening through which light enters the eye.
The structure that surrounds the pupil and regulates the amou…
A flexible structure in the eye that focuses light on the ret…
cornea
Clear tissue that covers the front of the eye.
pupil
The opening through which light enters the eye.
Chapter 14 health science 2
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
Aerobic
airborne precautions
antisepsis
deficiency of cellular immunity induced by infection with the…
Process that requires oxygen
Reduce the spread of airborne droplet transmission of infecti…
prevent or inhibit growth of pathogens
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
deficiency of cellular immunity induced by infection with the…
Aerobic
Process that requires oxygen
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chapter 14 health science
when can you operate a piece of equipt…
what do you do with damaged equipment?
what should you avoid when using solut…
what do you do with equipment when the…
once you've been instructed to use it
report it to the instructor
eye and skin contact
do not operate it
when can you operate a piece of equipt…
once you've been instructed to use it
what do you do with damaged equipment?
report it to the instructor
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Chapter 14 and 15 Health Science
tolerance
physical dependence
drug addiction
psychological dependence
A condition in which a person needs more of a drug to feel th…
A state in which the body chemically needs a drug in order to…
The condition in which a person can no longer control his or…
The state of emotionally or mentally needing a drug in order…
tolerance
A condition in which a person needs more of a drug to feel th…
physical dependence
A state in which the body chemically needs a drug in order to…
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Health Science Chapter 14 Notes
Microorganisms or Microbes - Small liv…
Microorganisms or Microbes - Many are…
Microorganisms or Microbes - Non-patho…
Microorganisms or Microbes - Pathogens…
everywhere ... on ... in
normal flora ... normally ... specific
not ... beneficial
harm ... diseases
Microorganisms or Microbes - Small liv…
everywhere ... on ... in
Microorganisms or Microbes - Many are…
normal flora ... normally ... specific
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Introduction to Animal Science-Chapter 14 Animal Health (Damron, 2013)
Disease
Clinical Sign
Lesion
Pathology
Any state other than a state of complete health.
What the animal exhibits that is different from the normal fu…
Refers to changes in body organs.
The branch of medicine that deals with the essential nature o…
Disease
Any state other than a state of complete health.
Clinical Sign
What the animal exhibits that is different from the normal fu…
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Health Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Acne
Audio Doctors
Bad breath
Body Time
An Excess of oils and dead cells plug a hair follicle.
PROFESSIONALS who are TRAINED to EVALUATE hearing and treat h…
Lacking the amount of times you brush your teeth
The body's internal system for regulating behavior patterns i…
Acne
An Excess of oils and dead cells plug a hair follicle.
Audio Doctors
PROFESSIONALS who are TRAINED to EVALUATE hearing and treat h…
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Chapter 14 Vocab Health Science
bacteria
viruses
Protozoa
fungi
one celled organisms, some cause disease, some do not
the smallest microorganisms
microscopic, one called animals often found in decayed materi…
athletes foot, for example
bacteria
one celled organisms, some cause disease, some do not
viruses
the smallest microorganisms
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Chapter 14- health science 3
Medical record
Demographics
Medical history
Personal space
must be created when a patient schedules an appointment
patients full name, date of birth, and social security number.
basis for physician's plan of treatment
the perimeter around you
Medical record
must be created when a patient schedules an appointment
Demographics
patients full name, date of birth, and social security number.
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Health Science: Respiratory System Chapter 14
alveoli
bronchi
bronchioles
cilia
air sacs at the end of the terminal bronchiole where gas exch…
the branches of the trachea lined with mucous and supported b…
these small tubes are jointed together to the alveoli by the…
microscopic hair-like structures that beat with a wavelike mo…
alveoli
air sacs at the end of the terminal bronchiole where gas exch…
bronchi
the branches of the trachea lined with mucous and supported b…
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Chapter 14 Vocabulary (mykaela baze) Health Science
Base of support
Bloodborne pathogen standard
Body mechanics
Ergonomics
Keeping feet 8 to 10 inches apart, placing one foot slightly…
Mandates to protect Healthcare Providers from diseases caused…
Refers to the way in which the body moves and maintains balan…
applied science used to promote the safety and well-being of…
Base of support
Keeping feet 8 to 10 inches apart, placing one foot slightly…
Bloodborne pathogen standard
Mandates to protect Healthcare Providers from diseases caused…
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Health Science Chapter 14.1
Cognitive development
Psychosocial development
Psychosexual development
Moral Development
Piaget
Erik Erikson
Freud
Kohlberg
Cognitive development
Piaget
Psychosocial development
Erik Erikson
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Health Science: Respiratory System Chapter 14
alveoli
bronchi
bronchioles
cilia
air sacs at the end of the terminal bronchiole where gas exch…
the branches of the trachea lined with mucous and supported b…
these small tubes are jointed together to the alveoli by the…
microscopic hair-like structures that beat with a wavelike mo…
alveoli
air sacs at the end of the terminal bronchiole where gas exch…
bronchi
the branches of the trachea lined with mucous and supported b…
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Health Science Fundamentals Chapter 14
adapt
adaptation
adolescent
alveolar-capillary
To change, to become suitable, to adjust.
Changing to work better.
Pertaining to the period of life between childhood and maturi…
Pertaining to air sacs in the lungs.
adapt
To change, to become suitable, to adjust.
adaptation
Changing to work better.
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Chapter 14 & 15 - Health Science
Nicotine
Carbon Monoxide
Tar
Chronic effect from smoking
The addictive drug found in tobacco products
A gas that makes it hard for the blood to carry oxygen
sticky substance that can coat the airways and can cause canc…
A consequence that remains with the person for a long time: B…
Nicotine
The addictive drug found in tobacco products
Carbon Monoxide
A gas that makes it hard for the blood to carry oxygen
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Health Science: Respiratory System Chapter 14
alveoli
bronchi
bronchioles
cilia
air sacs at the end of the terminal bronchiole where gas exch…
the branches of the trachea lined with mucous and supported b…
these small tubes are jointed together to the alveoli by the…
microscopic hair-like structures that beat with a wavelike mo…
alveoli
air sacs at the end of the terminal bronchiole where gas exch…
bronchi
the branches of the trachea lined with mucous and supported b…
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Chapter 14 Science
kinetic
basketball
potential
potential
energy due to motion
Which item will have the greatest kinetic energy, a basketbal…
stored energy
not causing change right now, but could change in future
kinetic
energy due to motion
basketball
Which item will have the greatest kinetic energy, a basketbal…
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Health Chapter 14
noncommunicable disease
chronic disease
allergy
allergens
a disease that cannot be spread from person to person
present continuously on and off over a long period of time
an extreme sensitivity to a substance
substances that cause allergic responses
noncommunicable disease
a disease that cannot be spread from person to person
chronic disease
present continuously on and off over a long period of time
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Health Chapter 14
epidermis
dermis
melanin
sebaceous glands
the outer, thinner layer of the skin that is composed of livi…
the thicker layer of the skin beneath the epidermis that is m…
a pigment that gives the skin, hair, and iris of the eyes the…
structures within the skin that produce an oily secretion cal…
epidermis
the outer, thinner layer of the skin that is composed of livi…
dermis
the thicker layer of the skin beneath the epidermis that is m…
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Health chapter 14
Side effect
Stimulant
Depressant
Withdrawal
Reaction to a medicine other than what it is intended
A drug that speeds up the central nervias sestem
A drug that slows down the centrial nerviose sestem
A physical rection to not having a drug in the body
Side effect
Reaction to a medicine other than what it is intended
Stimulant
A drug that speeds up the central nervias sestem
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Chapter 14: Health
Carbohydrate
Diet
Fat
Habit
the nutrient that provides the biggest energy source for your…
all the food you eat, whether healthy or unhealthy.
the nutrient that provides a concentrated energy source for y…
something you do so often that it becomes a regular part of y…
Carbohydrate
the nutrient that provides the biggest energy source for your…
Diet
all the food you eat, whether healthy or unhealthy.
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Science Chapter 14: Currents
Gulf Stream
gravity
warm water currents
rotation of the Earth
moves warm water from lower to higher latitudes
makes cold water sink toward the ocean floor
create unusually warm climates for the latitude along which t…
causes curved path of global winds and surface currents
Gulf Stream
moves warm water from lower to higher latitudes
gravity
makes cold water sink toward the ocean floor
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microbiology for health sciences chapter 14
infectious disease is a _____ caused b…
infection - The _____ and _____ of a _…
Why does infection not always occur?... 1…
4 periods in the course of an infectio…
disease microbe microbes pathogens
presence multiplication pathogen within body
microbe not multiply ... pathogens attach receptor multiply dise…
incubation, arrival pathogen onset symptoms ... healthy host pat…
infectious disease is a _____ caused b…
disease microbe microbes pathogens
infection - The _____ and _____ of a _…
presence multiplication pathogen within body
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Total Health - Chapter 14
agape
eros
marriage
dementia
The Greek word used in Scripture which expresses love from Go…
The Greek word used in Scripture which expresses intimate aff…
An intimate personal union to which man and woman consent, co…
A disease that interferes with the normal working of the mind.
agape
The Greek word used in Scripture which expresses love from Go…
eros
The Greek word used in Scripture which expresses intimate aff…
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Physical Science Chapter 14
electromagnetic (EM) spectrum
speed of light (c)
photon
radio wave
the frequency continuum of EM waves
299,792,485 mi/sec; 3.00 x10^8
a wave bundle of light
frequencies that carry both radio and TV broadcasts
electromagnetic (EM) spectrum
the frequency continuum of EM waves
speed of light (c)
299,792,485 mi/sec; 3.00 x10^8
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Health Science Chapter 14 Test
infection control
microorganisms
pathogen
non-pathogen
practices and producers that help prevent transmission of dis…
small living plant or animal organism not visible to the nake…
any organism that causes infection and disease
any organism that lives in your body that benefits bodily pro…
infection control
practices and producers that help prevent transmission of dis…
microorganisms
small living plant or animal organism not visible to the nake…
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Health Science Chapter 14 -Infection Control
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Aerobic
Airborne Precautions
Anaerobic
Is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and suppr…
Organisms require oxygen to live.
Are used for patients known or suspected to be infected with…
Organisms live and reproduce in the absence of oxygen.
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and suppr…
Aerobic
Organisms require oxygen to live.
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Science Chapter 14
Light
refraction
reflection
convection
A form of energy that can travel through space and lies partl…
The bending of light when it moves from one kind of matter to…
The bouncing of light, sound, or heat off an object
The movement of heat in liquids and gases from a warmer area…
Light
A form of energy that can travel through space and lies partl…
refraction
The bending of light when it moves from one kind of matter to…
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SCIENCE CHAPTER 14
Temperature
Fahrenheit scale
Celsius scale
Kelvin scale
Measure of the average kinetic energy of the individual parti…
In United States it is the most common temperature scale. It…
In most other countries the Celsius scale is the most common.…
The temperature scale most commonly used in Physical Science.…
Temperature
Measure of the average kinetic energy of the individual parti…
Fahrenheit scale
In United States it is the most common temperature scale. It…
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Chapter 14 - Science Review
Rotation
Equinox
Solar Moon
Moon Umbra
How day and night are caused
Equal Year (Equal Night)
When the sun is highest in the sky
Where people need to be to see a total solar eclipse
Rotation
How day and night are caused
Equinox
Equal Year (Equal Night)
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Health sciences Chapter 14 key terms
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
Aerobic
Airborne Precautions
Anaerobic
caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and suppress…
organisms that need oxygen to live
used for patients known or suspected to be infected with path…
Not requiring oxygen to live
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (A…
caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and suppress…
Aerobic
organisms that need oxygen to live
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Health Chapter 14
Cementum
Enamel
Malocclusion
Orthodontist
covers a tooth's root and helps anchor the tooth to the jaw b…
hardest material in the body, covers tooth crown
improper bite
specialist who corrects position of jaw or teeth
Cementum
covers a tooth's root and helps anchor the tooth to the jaw b…
Enamel
hardest material in the body, covers tooth crown
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Chapter 14:2 Bioterrorism Health Science
Caused by bacteria called Yersinia pes…
An infectious disease that causes herm…
Spores of bacteria called Bacillus ant…
Infectious disease caused by a bacteri…
Plague
Filoviruses
Anthrax
Tularemia
Caused by bacteria called Yersinia pes…
Plague
An infectious disease that causes herm…
Filoviruses
Health Chapter 14
drug
prescription medicine
(OTC) over the counter medicines
drug missuse
a substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
medicines that are safe enough to be taken without a written…
taking or using medicine in a way that is not intended.
drug
a substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
prescription medicine
medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
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Health science 1 chapter 14 vocab
nephron
glomerulus
renal cortex
renal medulla
The basic working unit of each kidney
A cluster of capillaries around the renal corpuscle
The outer layer of the kidney
The inner layer of the kidney
nephron
The basic working unit of each kidney
glomerulus
A cluster of capillaries around the renal corpuscle
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Health Chapter 14 terms
cartilage
ossification
ligament
tendon
strong, flexible connective tissue
the process by which bone if formed, renewed, and repaired
band of fibrous, slightly elastic connective tissue that atta…
a fibrous cord that attached bone and muscle
cartilage
strong, flexible connective tissue
ossification
the process by which bone if formed, renewed, and repaired
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Health science, chapter 14, skeletal system
Articulation
bursa
Cancellous
Cartilage
Joint; place of junction between two bones
Saclike cavity filled with fluid to prevent friction
spongy or lattice like structure
Specialized, fibrous connective tissue
Articulation
Joint; place of junction between two bones
bursa
Saclike cavity filled with fluid to prevent friction
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