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101 terms
The human body in health and illness
206
The most important minerals that the b…
Red bone marrow produces what?
How many inches in the femur?
How many bones in the skeletal system?
Calcium and phosphorus
Blood cells
24
206
How many bones in the skeletal system?
The most important minerals that the b…
Calcium and phosphorus
161 terms
The human body in health and illness
Abduction
Adduction
Flexion
Extension
Movement away from the midline of the body ex:move leg sidewa…
Movement toward the midline of the body ex: return your leg t…
The bending of a joint that decreases the angle bw/ the bones…
Straightening of a joint so that the angle between the bones…
Abduction
Movement away from the midline of the body ex:move leg sidewa…
Adduction
Movement toward the midline of the body ex: return your leg t…
The human body in health and illness
Abdominopelvic cavity
Anatomical position
Anatomy
Cranial cavity
Is located below the diaphram
The body is standing erect, face forward, arms at sides, and…
The study of body structure
located within the skull, surrounds and protects the brain
Abdominopelvic cavity
Is located below the diaphram
Anatomical position
The body is standing erect, face forward, arms at sides, and…
The human Body in Health and Illness Ch6
Tissues
Histology
4 types of tissues
Epithelial Tissue
a group of cells that are similar to one structure in structu…
study of tissues
*epithelial... *connective... *nervous... *muscular
*forms large sheets... *covers body's outer surface... *lines most…
Tissues
a group of cells that are similar to one structure in structu…
Histology
study of tissues
94 terms
Human body, health, illness, and health providers vocab
la boca
el brazo
el cabello
la cabeza
mouth
arm
hair
head
la boca
mouth
el brazo
arm
117 terms
Health, Illness, health providers and human body
El cuerpo humano
La boca
El brazo
El cabello
The human body
Mouth
Arm
Hair
El cuerpo humano
The human body
La boca
Mouth
117 terms
Health, Illness, health providers and human body
El cuerpo humano
La boca
El brazo
El cabello
The human body
Mouth
Arm
Hair
El cuerpo humano
The human body
La boca
Mouth
32 terms
The Human Body in Health and Illness - Chapter 5
Bacteria
Carrier
Fungus
Helminths
Single-celled organisms found everywhere.
A living organism that harbors a pathogen and acts as a sourc…
Plantlike organisms such as mushrooms; cause mycotic infectio…
Parasitic worm.
Bacteria
Single-celled organisms found everywhere.
Carrier
A living organism that harbors a pathogen and acts as a sourc…
48 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 3 cells
Cell
Cytology
Cell membrane
Nucleus
Structural and functional unit of all living matter
Study of cells
Holds mushy stuff inside. Semi-permeable, decides what gets t…
Brain center of cell, has own membrane
Cell
Structural and functional unit of all living matter
Cytology
Study of cells
85 terms
The Human Body in Health and Illness Ch 3
Cell membrane
Chromatin
Phospholipid and protein
Necleus
What is the cell encased by?
Composed mainly of strands of DNA
The cell membrane is composed primarily of...?
Control center of cell.
Cell membrane
What is the cell encased by?
Chromatin
Composed mainly of strands of DNA
101 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 17
Cardiac output (CO)
Cardiac output (CO)
Cardiac cycle
Cardiac cycle
Amount of blood pumped by the ventricles x min.
Determinated by heart rate and stroke volumen
Sequence of events that occurs during 1heart beat
Includes atria and ventrical systole(contraction) & diastole(…
Cardiac output (CO)
Amount of blood pumped by the ventricles x min.
Cardiac output (CO)
Determinated by heart rate and stroke volumen
The Human Body of Health and Illness CHAPTER 11
Afferent Neuron
Cranial Nerve
dermatome
efferent neuron
(sensory) the nerve impulse is carried from the receptors alo…
the 12 pairs of nerves that emerge from the brain with the ex…
is a sensory thing each dorsal root of the spinal nerve inner…
the nerve impulse is carried by a motor nerve tot he muscle o…
Afferent Neuron
(sensory) the nerve impulse is carried from the receptors alo…
Cranial Nerve
the 12 pairs of nerves that emerge from the brain with the ex…
Human body in health and illness chapter 17
Cardiac output (CO)
Cardiac output (CO)
Cardiac cycle
Cardiac cycle
Amount of blood pumped by the ventricles x min.
Determinated by heart rate and stroke volumen
Sequence of events that occurs during 1heart beat
Includes atria and ventrical systole(contraction) & diastole(…
Cardiac output (CO)
Amount of blood pumped by the ventricles x min.
Cardiac output (CO)
Determinated by heart rate and stroke volumen
95 terms
15 Human Body in Health and Illness Ch 15
thrombopoiesis
hematocrit (HCT)
hemoglobin
intrinsic factor
process of the platelet production by the bone marrow( origin…
Plasma- 55% total (clearish yellow) ... Formed elements - 45% o…
component of the RBC to which the oxygen is attached
protein secreted by the stomach that is necessary for the abs…
thrombopoiesis
process of the platelet production by the bone marrow( origin…
hematocrit (HCT)
Plasma- 55% total (clearish yellow) ... Formed elements - 45% o…
The Human Body in Health and Illness CH 1
Abdominopelvic Cavity
Anatomical Position
Anatomy
Cranial Cavity
This cavity contains the stomach, most of the intestine, live…
The body standing erect with the face forward, the arms at th…
The study of the structure of the body.
The cavity located within the skull and contains the brain,
Abdominopelvic Cavity
This cavity contains the stomach, most of the intestine, live…
Anatomical Position
The body standing erect with the face forward, the arms at th…
65 terms
Chapter 17 Human Body in Health and Illness
+ inotropic effect
Starling's Law of the Heart
systole
cardiac cycle
increase in the strength of myocardial contraction that occur…
increase in the strength of myocardial contraction that occur…
phase of the cardiac cycle that refers to contraction of the…
sequence of events that occur in the heart in one beat
+ inotropic effect
increase in the strength of myocardial contraction that occur…
Starling's Law of the Heart
increase in the strength of myocardial contraction that occur…
78 terms
Chapter 1 The Human Body in Health and Illness
Abdominopelvic cavity
Anatomical position
Anatomy
Cranial cavity
- Located below the diaphragm and the upper portion is the ab…
- When the body is standing erect with face forward, the arms…
- The branch of science that studies the structure of the body.
- Located within the skull
Abdominopelvic cavity
- Located below the diaphragm and the upper portion is the ab…
Anatomical position
- When the body is standing erect with face forward, the arms…
44 terms
Human body in health and illness ch 18
Pulmonary circulation
Systemic circulation
Capillaries
Capillaries
Carries blood from the heart to the lungs and back to the lef…
Larger circulation, provides the blood supply to the rest of…
Exchange vessels & connect the arteries and veins
Most numerous of blood vessels & composed single layer of epi…
Pulmonary circulation
Carries blood from the heart to the lungs and back to the lef…
Systemic circulation
Larger circulation, provides the blood supply to the rest of…
60 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 16
Cardiology
Apex
Precordium
Base
Study of the heart
Located 5rh intercostal space
Anterior area of the chest wall overlying the heart
Upper flat portion of the heart 2nd rib
Cardiology
Study of the heart
Apex
Located 5rh intercostal space
101 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 17
Cardiac output (CO)
Cardiac output (CO)
Cardiac cycle
Cardiac cycle
Amount of blood pumped by the ventricles x min.
Determinated by heart rate and stroke volumen
Sequence of events that occurs during 1heart beat
Includes atria and ventrical systole(contraction) & diastole(…
Cardiac output (CO)
Amount of blood pumped by the ventricles x min.
Cardiac output (CO)
Determinated by heart rate and stroke volumen
60 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 16
Cardiology
Apex
Precordium
Base
Study of the heart
Located 5rh intercostal space
Anterior area of the chest wall overlying the heart
Upper flat portion of the heart 2nd rib
Cardiology
Study of the heart
Apex
Located 5rh intercostal space
33 terms
The Human Body in Health and Illness Ch. 4
Metabolism
Anabolism, Catabolism
Anabolism
Catabolism
The series of chemical reactions necessary for the use of raw…
Metabolism can be divided into what two parts?
Reactions that build larger, more complex substances from sim…
Reactions that break down larger, more complex substances int…
Metabolism
The series of chemical reactions necessary for the use of raw…
Anabolism, Catabolism
Metabolism can be divided into what two parts?
50 terms
The Human Body in Health and Illness Ch. 21 Immunity
Immunity
Infection
Signs and symptoms of infection
Diagnosis
Is the ability of the body to fight disease
Is caused by invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganism
Increase in WBC count, fever ... anorexia- Loss of appetite... mala…
Treatment based on knowledge of the invading microorganism. E…
Immunity
Is the ability of the body to fight disease
Infection
Is caused by invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganism
19 terms
The human body in health & illness: chapter 7
stratum germinativum
stratum corneum
epidermis
dermis
Layer of epidermis that lies on top of dermis... has rich blood…
surface layer of the epidermis
Outer, composed of two layers the stratus coreneum & germinat…
lies under and supports the epidermis... sits on the subcutaneou…
stratum germinativum
Layer of epidermis that lies on top of dermis... has rich blood…
stratum corneum
surface layer of the epidermis
48 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 3 cells
Cell
Cytology
Cell membrane
Nucleus
Structural and functional unit of all living matter
Study of cells
Holds mushy stuff inside. Semi-permeable, decides what gets t…
Brain center of cell, has own membrane
Cell
Structural and functional unit of all living matter
Cytology
Study of cells
42 terms
The human body in health and illness chapter 2
Four elements
Atom
Atomic number
Atomic mass
Oxygen 65% carbon 18.5% hydrogen 9.5%, nitrogen 3.2%
Smallest unit of an element that retains characteristics
Number of protons in nucleus
Sum of protons and neutrons in the nucleus
Four elements
Oxygen 65% carbon 18.5% hydrogen 9.5%, nitrogen 3.2%
Atom
Smallest unit of an element that retains characteristics
44 terms
Human body in health and illness ch 18
Pulmonary circulation
Systemic circulation
Capillaries
Capillaries
Carries blood from the heart to the lungs and back to the lef…
Larger circulation, provides the blood supply to the rest of…
Exchange vessels & connect the arteries and veins
Most numerous of blood vessels & composed single layer of epi…
Pulmonary circulation
Carries blood from the heart to the lungs and back to the lef…
Systemic circulation
Larger circulation, provides the blood supply to the rest of…
95 terms
15 Human Body in Health and Illness Ch 15
thrombopoiesis
hematocrit (HCT)
hemoglobin
intrinsic factor
process of the platelet production by the bone marrow( origin…
Plasma- 55% total (clearish yellow) ... Formed elements - 45% o…
component of the RBC to which the oxygen is attached
protein secreted by the stomach that is necessary for the abs…
thrombopoiesis
process of the platelet production by the bone marrow( origin…
hematocrit (HCT)
Plasma- 55% total (clearish yellow) ... Formed elements - 45% o…
The Human Body in Health and Illness Chapter 1 & 2
Anatomy
Physiology
Homeostasis
Body Level of Organization
Study of Structure
Study of Function
The body's ability to maintain a stable environment in respon…
Atoms to Molecules to cells to tissue to organs to organ syst…
Anatomy
Study of Structure
Physiology
Study of Function
50 terms
The Human Body in Health & Illness Ch 15 Blood
Which of the following is an oxygen-ca…
Which blood cell fits this description…
Monocytes and lymphocytes
Which of the following is most descrip…
erythrocyte
neutrophil
are nongranular leukocytes
immature erythrocyte
Which of the following is an oxygen-ca…
erythrocyte
Which blood cell fits this description…
neutrophil
The Human Body in Health and Illness Chapter 16 & 17
This layer of the heart allows it to a…
This sling-like structure supports the…
This is the hardest working cardiac ch…
The right ventricle pumps blood from t…
myocardium
pericardium
left ventricle
pulmonary artery
This layer of the heart allows it to a…
myocardium
This sling-like structure supports the…
pericardium
23 terms
Human Sexuality- Sexual body in health & illness
Anorexia Nervosa
Anorexia Physiologically
Anorexia in Adolescents
Bulimia
relentless pursuit of excessive thinness, body weight 15% bel…
women; amenorrhea -> can lead to infertility, hypothermia, me…
may not achieve 2nd sex characteristics , lanugo growth (fine…
"sense of lack of control" episodes of uncontrolled overeatin…
Anorexia Nervosa
relentless pursuit of excessive thinness, body weight 15% bel…
Anorexia Physiologically
women; amenorrhea -> can lead to infertility, hypothermia, me…
18 terms
The human body in health and illness chapter 8
movement like the movement of two boar…
ball shaped end of the bone fits into…
this joint allows only for rotation ar…
Joint that is caused by two surfaces t…
Hinge joint
ball and socket joint
Pivot joint
Saddle joint
movement like the movement of two boar…
Hinge joint
ball shaped end of the bone fits into…
ball and socket joint
41 terms
The human body health and illness chapter 3
Cytology
Cells
Cell membrane
Cell membrane
Study of cellular structure and function
Basic units of living matter
Encases cell known ass plasma membrane ... Regulates what enters…
Semipermeable allows things to cross by two means dissolve in…
Cytology
Study of cellular structure and function
Cells
Basic units of living matter
176 terms
The Human Body Health and Illness Exam II
What is the difference between tendons…
__ is formed by chondroblast that even…
What are the 3 types of cartilages?
____ are nerve cells that transmit ele…
Tendons are cordlike structures that attach muscles to bones.…
Cartilage
Hyaline Cartilage... Elastic Cartilage... Fibrocartilage
Neurons
What is the difference between tendons…
Tendons are cordlike structures that attach muscles to bones.…
__ is formed by chondroblast that even…
Cartilage
48 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 3 cells
Cell
Cytology
Cell membrane
Nucleus
Structural and functional unit of all living matter
Study of cells
Holds mushy stuff inside. Semi-permeable, decides what gets t…
Brain center of cell, has own membrane
Cell
Structural and functional unit of all living matter
Cytology
Study of cells
78 terms
Chapter 1 The Human Body in Health and Illness
Abdominopelvic cavity
Anatomical position
Anatomy
Cranial cavity
- Located below the diaphragm and the upper portion is the ab…
- When the body is standing erect with face forward, the arms…
- The branch of science that studies the structure of the body.
- Located within the skull
Abdominopelvic cavity
- Located below the diaphragm and the upper portion is the ab…
Anatomical position
- When the body is standing erect with face forward, the arms…
48 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 3 cells
Cell
Cytology
Cell membrane
Nucleus
Structural and functional unit of all living matter
Study of cells
Holds mushy stuff inside. Semi-permeable, decides what gets t…
Brain center of cell, has own membrane
Cell
Structural and functional unit of all living matter
Cytology
Study of cells
101 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 17
Cardiac output (CO)
Cardiac output (CO)
Cardiac cycle
Cardiac cycle
Amount of blood pumped by the ventricles x min.
Determinated by heart rate and stroke volumen
Sequence of events that occurs during 1heart beat
Includes atria and ventrical systole(contraction) & diastole(…
Cardiac output (CO)
Amount of blood pumped by the ventricles x min.
Cardiac output (CO)
Determinated by heart rate and stroke volumen
32 terms
The Human Body in Health in Illness Chapter 15 Blood
albumin
anemia
basophils
coagulation
regulates plasma osmosis
severe deficiency of rbcs
releases histamine and help inflammation
blood clotting
albumin
regulates plasma osmosis
anemia
severe deficiency of rbcs
The human body in health and illness chapter 2
Four elements
Atom
Atomic number
Atomic mass
Oxygen 65% carbon 18.5% hydrogen 9.5%, nitrogen 3.2%
Smallest unit of an element that retains characteristics
Number of protons in nucleus
Sum of protons and neutrons in the nucleus
Four elements
Oxygen 65% carbon 18.5% hydrogen 9.5%, nitrogen 3.2%
Atom
Smallest unit of an element that retains characteristics
60 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 16
Cardiology
Apex
Precordium
Base
Study of the heart
Located 5rh intercostal space
Anterior area of the chest wall overlying the heart
Upper flat portion of the heart 2nd rib
Cardiology
Study of the heart
Apex
Located 5rh intercostal space
75 terms
the human body in health and illness medical terminology
aden/o
adip/o
anter/o
cuad/o
gland
fat
front
lower part of the body
aden/o
gland
adip/o
fat
101 terms
Human body in health and illness chapter 17
Cardiac output (CO)
Cardiac output (CO)
Cardiac cycle
Cardiac cycle
Amount of blood pumped by the ventricles x min.
Determinated by heart rate and stroke volumen
Sequence of events that occurs during 1heart beat
Includes atria and ventrical systole(contraction) & diastole(…
Cardiac output (CO)
Amount of blood pumped by the ventricles x min.
Cardiac output (CO)
Determinated by heart rate and stroke volumen
87 terms
A & P - Human Body in Health & Illness - Ch 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Pathophysiology
What are the twelve major organ system…
Studies the structure of body
Describes how the body functions
Describes the consequences of the improper functioning of the…
Integumentary System (in-teg-yoo-MEN-tar-ee)... Skeletal System…
Anatomy
Studies the structure of body
Physiology
Describes how the body functions
71 terms
The Human Body in Health and Illness CH 1
Abdominopelvic Cavity
Anatomical Position
Anatomy
Cranial Cavity
This cavity contains the stomach, most of the intestine, live…
The body standing erect with the face forward, the arms at th…
The study of the structure of the body.
The cavity located within the skull and contains the brain,
Abdominopelvic Cavity
This cavity contains the stomach, most of the intestine, live…
Anatomical Position
The body standing erect with the face forward, the arms at th…
61 terms
The Human Body in Health & Illness Chapter 15
PMNs, polys, segs and "shift to the le…
Stickiness, plug, and hemostasis are t…
A decrease in the numbers of erythrocy…
A deficiency of intrinsic factor...... A…
C. Are related to white blood cells.
D. Platelets
C. Anemia
C. Causes a type of anemia that is treated with vitamin B12
PMNs, polys, segs and "shift to the le…
C. Are related to white blood cells.
Stickiness, plug, and hemostasis are t…
D. Platelets
22 terms
The Human Body in Health and Illness Chapter 16 Homework
Which of the following is not related…
Oxygenated blood is found in which str…
What is the cause of the heart sounds…
Which of the following is an example o…
C: Pleural Cavity
d: Pulmonary Veins
a: vibrations caused by closure of valves
d: rapid rate (120 beats/min) and irregular heart rhythm
Which of the following is not related…
C: Pleural Cavity
Oxygenated blood is found in which str…
d: Pulmonary Veins
62 terms
Human Body in Health & IllnessCh 7: Integumentary system
The skin is called?
T/F: Is the skin considered an organ?
The role of the skin include?
Dendritic or Langerhans' cells
Integument or cutaneous membrane
True
Regulating temperature and excrete waste products.
Participates in the immune response against invading microbes…
The skin is called?
Integument or cutaneous membrane
T/F: Is the skin considered an organ?
True
77 terms
Cell Metabolism - Chapter 4 (The Human Body in Health and Illness)
What is metabolism?
What are raw materials?
Catabolism is best defined as?
What are carbohydrates?
The cellular processing of raw materials.
The food we eat, which includes carbohydrates, protein, and f…
Reactions that break down larger, more complex substances int…
Organic compounds composed of carbon (C), Hydrogen (H), and O…
What is metabolism?
The cellular processing of raw materials.
What are raw materials?
The food we eat, which includes carbohydrates, protein, and f…
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