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27 termscreated on December 11, 2016
リンガ28
Host
Pandemic
Bird flu
Delegate
主催
大流行
鳥インフルエンザ
代表者
Host
主催
Pandemic
大流行
29 termscreated on December 11, 2016
Chapter 31 Key Terms Skin Integrity and Wound Care
bandage
biofilm
débridement
dehiscence
piece of gauze or other material used to cover a wound
a thick grouping of microorganisms
cleaning away devitalized tissue and foreign matter from a wo…
separation of the layers of a surgical wound; may be partial,…
bandage
piece of gauze or other material used to cover a wound
biofilm
a thick grouping of microorganisms
17 termscreated on December 11, 2016
Key terms, Perioperative Nursing Chapter 29 Fundamentals
Anesthesia
atelectasis
deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
elective surgery
is a method and technique of making potentially uncomfortable…
incomplete expansion or collapse of a part of the lungs
formation of a blood clot call thrombus in a deep vein.
surgery that is recommended but can be omitted or delayed wit…
Anesthesia
is a method and technique of making potentially uncomfortable…
atelectasis
incomplete expansion or collapse of a part of the lungs
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Ap bio chapter 16-21 vocab
Bacteriophage
Ligase
Polymerase
Helicase
A virus that infects bacteria
Joins Okazaki fragments of lagging strand; on leading strand,…
3: using parental DNA as a template, synthesizes new DNA stra…
Unwinds parental double helix at replication forks
Bacteriophage
A virus that infects bacteria
Ligase
Joins Okazaki fragments of lagging strand; on leading strand,…
90 termscreated on December 11, 2016
Headaches (Rehfield & Gayer)
what are considered to be primary head…
what are the 3 warning signs of a seco…
what are considered to be secondary he…
what is the prevalence of migraines?
migraine... tension (70-80% lifetime prevelance)... cluster... idiopat…
neck stiffness... papilledema... focal neurologic signs
systemic infections (63%)... vascular disorders... other = subarach…
28 million sufferers... Female:male = 3:1... peaks at ages 25-55
what are considered to be primary head…
migraine... tension (70-80% lifetime prevelance)... cluster... idiopat…
what are the 3 warning signs of a seco…
neck stiffness... papilledema... focal neurologic signs
21 termscreated on December 11, 2016
Neuro emergencies (Lehman)
What is the best way to diagnose caver…
How do you distinguish Cavernous sinus…
What are the differentials for Caverno…
What is the tetrad of neuroleptic mali…
Brain MRI in combination with MR venography
In preseptal cellulitis, eye movement is preserved, there is…
Preseptal cellulitis... Arnold Chiari malformations... Migraines... St…
Fever... Rigidity... Mental status change... Dysautonomia (tach, labil…
What is the best way to diagnose caver…
Brain MRI in combination with MR venography
How do you distinguish Cavernous sinus…
In preseptal cellulitis, eye movement is preserved, there is…
57 termscreated on December 11, 2016
Dizziness (West)
What are the 4 common sensations that…
What are the implications of vertigo?
What are the implications of syncope o…
What are the implications of disequili…
1) Vertigo = sensation of motion... 2) Syncope or pre-syncope =…
Disturbances of vestibular function
Disturbances of CV function
Neurologic disorder
What are the 4 common sensations that…
1) Vertigo = sensation of motion... 2) Syncope or pre-syncope =…
What are the implications of vertigo?
Disturbances of vestibular function
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Medical Abbreviations 155-175
UA
umb
URI
UTI
urinalysis
umbilical
upper respiratory infection
urinary tract infection
UA
urinalysis
umb
umbilical
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Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 23 -Asepsis and Infection Control
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Antibody
Antigen
Bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
Bacteria that can live without oxygen
Immunoglobin produced by the body in response to a specific a…
Foreign material capable of inducing a specific immune response
Aerobic
Bacteria that require oxygen to live and grow
Anaerobic
Bacteria that can live without oxygen
26 termscreated on December 11, 2016
Physio Quarter 2 Vocab Test
Itis
Osis
Anti
Dys
Infection or inflamation
Condition of
Against
Difficult
Itis
Infection or inflamation
Osis
Condition of
89 termscreated on December 11, 2016
EAWS E2-C
Spinal cord injury
Prevent, futher injury,loss of life, a…
Hypothermia, superficial frostbite, de…
11
Neurogenic shock is caused by what type of condition
What are the three objectives of first aid
What are the three types of cold weather injury
How many pressure points are located on one side of the body
Spinal cord injury
Neurogenic shock is caused by what type of condition
Prevent, futher injury,loss of life, a…
What are the three objectives of first aid
81 termscreated on December 11, 2016
Zdrowie #2
be overweight
bite
blood pressure
bruise
być otyłym, mieć nadwagę
ukąszenie, ugryzienie
ciśnienie krwi
siniak, stłuczenie
be overweight
być otyłym, mieć nadwagę
bite
ukąszenie, ugryzienie
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Chapter 18 Key Terms Conception through Young Adult
adolescence
attachment
bonding
child maltreatment
the period of time between childhood and adulthood; a time of…
active, affectionate, reciprocal relationship between two per…
process of initial emotional fusing of the mother and infant…
an act or series of acts of commission (abuse) or omission (n…
adolescence
the period of time between childhood and adulthood; a time of…
attachment
active, affectionate, reciprocal relationship between two per…
29 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Micro Practice 2 (JW)
1. A gram negative bacteria which is t…
2. Name that bacteria: Gram positive,…
3. Which organism causes "honeymoon cy…
4. Which organism is highly mobile, an…
1. E. Coli
2. Staphylocccus saprophyticus
3. staphylocccus saprophyticus
4. Proteus vulgaris, converts urea to ammonia, urease positiv…
1. A gram negative bacteria which is t…
1. E. Coli
2. Name that bacteria: Gram positive,…
2. Staphylocccus saprophyticus
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Meds for COTAC final
Chronic Hep B is treated with?
Hep C is treated with?
What antibiotic do we give for pancrea…
What anticholinergics do we give for p…
a-interferon
Combination therapy of peginterferon and ribavirin(Virazole)
imipenem (Primaxin)... Monitor for seizures and s/s of infection
dicyclomine (Bentyl)
Chronic Hep B is treated with?
a-interferon
Hep C is treated with?
Combination therapy of peginterferon and ribavirin(Virazole)
92 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Microbiology - Final - Viruses
Viruses
Virus best description
Obligate intracellular parasites
Cellular hijackers
distinct biological entities belonging to the infectious agen…
obligate intracellular parasites
invade the host cell, use biosynthetic machinery and cellular…
act like commander, take over host cell and make copies of th…
Viruses
distinct biological entities belonging to the infectious agen…
Virus best description
obligate intracellular parasites
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Microbiology - Final - Antibiotics 2
Ideal properties: Route of administrat…
Internal
Oral benefits
Oral disadvantage
Internal or external
oral, intramuscularly, intravascularly
simple, no needle use
strict time table easy to ignore
Ideal properties: Route of administrat…
Internal or external
Internal
oral, intramuscularly, intravascularly
39 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Ch 10 The Kidneys and Ch.11 The Lower Urinary System *FINAL*
From inner layer to outer layer, what…
What is the best description of a juxt…
From lowest to highest echo amplitude,…
Discrete, high-level, comma-like, spec…
Fibrous renal capsule, perirenal fat, renal fascia
The glomerulus is located close to the corticomedullary junct…
Medulla, cortex, sinus
Arcuate vessels
From inner layer to outer layer, what…
Fibrous renal capsule, perirenal fat, renal fascia
What is the best description of a juxt…
The glomerulus is located close to the corticomedullary junct…
13 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Who is being described
"He hath borne himself the promise of…
"Who is his companion now? He hath eve…
"She's too low for high praise, too br…
"How tartly that gentlemen looks! I ne…
Don Pedro
Benedick
Hero
Don John
"He hath borne himself the promise of…
Don Pedro
"Who is his companion now? He hath eve…
Benedick
20 termscreated on December 10, 2016
MICROBIO Final Exam Practice Questions
Which is a physical factor of the inna…
Which type of cell is involved in BOTH…
During ingestion, pseudopods of a phag…
The alternative pathway of complement…
C.skin
B.dendritic cell
A.phagosome
A.complement proteins (factors B, D, and P) bind to a pathogen
Which is a physical factor of the inna…
C.skin
Which type of cell is involved in BOTH…
B.dendritic cell
154 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Microbiology Final: Ch 9 & 10
Basic science
Applied science:
Intrinsic properties of DNA:
Enzymes for Splicing, Dicing, and Reve…
- No product or application is directly derived from it... - Exa…
- Applications from basic research science... Examples:... - Geneti…
Helicase is able to unwind the strands of the double helix ju…
Restriction endonucleases:... Clip DNA crosswise at selected p…
Basic science
- No product or application is directly derived from it... - Exa…
Applied science:
- Applications from basic research science... Examples:... - Geneti…
40 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Microbiology Exam 2
An infectious protein is a?
An envelope is acquired during which o…
Which section shows a growth phase whe…
Which of the following is the best def…
Prion
Release
When the graph flat-lines.
The length of time needed for a cell to divide.
An infectious protein is a?
Prion
An envelope is acquired during which o…
Release
35 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Ap chapter 17-20
Predisposition
Individual immunity
Portal of entry
Virulence
A liability or tendency to suffer from a particular condition
Can be gained through recovering from a natural infection or…
Is the site through which micro-organisms enter the susceptib…
Is the degree of damage caused by a microbe to its host
Predisposition
A liability or tendency to suffer from a particular condition
Individual immunity
Can be gained through recovering from a natural infection or…
25 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Immune System
What are the body's three lines of def…
What happens... when unwanted visitors (p…
What role do leukocytes (white... blood c…
What are defensive proteins and what d…
...
...
...
...
What are the body's three lines of def…
...
What happens... when unwanted visitors (p…
...
27 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Infectious Disease
Pathogens
6 major types of pathogens
Infection process
Risk Factor's you can't control
disease causing agents
bacteria... viruses... protozoans... parasitic worms... fungi
Host susceptible... immune system compromised... transmitting agent…
Heredity... environmental conditions... aging... organism virulence an…
Pathogens
disease causing agents
6 major types of pathogens
bacteria... viruses... protozoans... parasitic worms... fungi
25 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Med Micro: Antifungal Agents
What are the problems with antifungal…
What is a potential target for antifun…
What is a potential target for antifun…
What is a potential target for antifun…
Limited targets:... Eukaryotic organisms ... -80s ribosomes (inhibi…
Unique, not found in humans.... Required for growth of yeasts an…
Ergasterol replaces cholesterol in fungal cell membranes.... -Po…
Unique pathway not found in humans. (Humans obtain THFA from…
What are the problems with antifungal…
Limited targets:... Eukaryotic organisms ... -80s ribosomes (inhibi…
What is a potential target for antifun…
Unique, not found in humans.... Required for growth of yeasts an…
14 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Ch 38: grief and loss in he childbearing family
still birth
risk factors for fetal loss
matenral conditions that could contrib…
prolonged retention of dead fetus coul…
fetal demise
previous still birth or IUGR... maternal race ethnicity... age... m…
HTN... DM... connective tissue disease... antiphospohlipd syndrome…
DIC... infection --- endometritis, sepsis... multiple gestattion
still birth
fetal demise
risk factors for fetal loss
previous still birth or IUGR... maternal race ethnicity... age... m…
58 termscreated on December 10, 2016
BLOOD CH 18 (text)
percent of blood volume that consists…
blood plasma is about ___% H20
3 main types of proteins found in plasma
proteins that include both antibodies…
45%
90
~albumin... ~globulins... ~fibrinogen
globulins
percent of blood volume that consists…
45%
blood plasma is about ___% H20
90
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Micro - Exam VIII - Listeria monocytogenes and Listeriosis
Is Listeria monocytogenes Gram Positiv…
At what temperatures can L. monocytoge…
Listeria is what kind of pathogen?
What are the virulence factors for Lis…
Gram Positive coccobacillus
L. monocytogenes is isolated by cold enrichment and growth te…
Facultative intracellular pathogens which will require CMI to…
Lipoteichoic acids --> Immunomodulator that will work as an e…
Is Listeria monocytogenes Gram Positiv…
Gram Positive coccobacillus
At what temperatures can L. monocytoge…
L. monocytogenes is isolated by cold enrichment and growth te…
27 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Blood/Circulatory
agranulocyte
antibody
artery
arteriole
white blood cells with a one-lobed nucleus. They are characte…
a blood protein produced in response to and counteracting a s…
any of the muscular-walled tubes forming part of the circulat…
a small branch of an artery leading into capillaries
agranulocyte
white blood cells with a one-lobed nucleus. They are characte…
antibody
a blood protein produced in response to and counteracting a s…
5 termscreated on December 10, 2016
12.5
health-defeating behaviors
Behaviors causing your health at risk
sexual transmitted infection
Health-promoting behaviors
behaviors that increase the chance of illness, disease or death
Alcohol,Smoking,Unsafe Sex.
SIT an infection that is passed from one person to another pr…
behaviors that decrease the chance of illness, disease or dea…
health-defeating behaviors
behaviors that increase the chance of illness, disease or death
Behaviors causing your health at risk
Alcohol,Smoking,Unsafe Sex.
215 termscreated on December 10, 2016
USMLE Prep 3
Alkaptonuria (choice A) is an autosoma…
Consanguinity increases the incidence…
Increased risk for tuberculosis is see…
a necrotizing vasculitis of small and…
...
...
...
polyarteritis nodosa (PAN)
Alkaptonuria (choice A) is an autosoma…
...
Consanguinity increases the incidence…
...
48 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Amoebae
Name the basic groups of traditional p…
How do helminths and protozoa differ?
What are some characteristics of the p…
Which 4 genera are in the order Amoebi…
Helminths ... Protozoa
Helminths: multicellular ... Protozoa: unicellular
Enormous diversity... unicellular eukaryotes... heterotrophs- obtai…
1. Entamoeba ... 2. Endolimax... 3. Idoamoeba... 4. Acanthamoeba
Name the basic groups of traditional p…
Helminths ... Protozoa
How do helminths and protozoa differ?
Helminths: multicellular ... Protozoa: unicellular
20 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Ch.13-Special Senses:The Ear path
Otalgia
Otorrhagia
Presbycusis
Residual Hearing
Ear pain
Bleeding from the ear
Loss of hearing due to old age
Amount of hearing that is still present after damage has occu…
Otalgia
Ear pain
Otorrhagia
Bleeding from the ear
13 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Ch. 7 Before Providing Care and Victim Assessment
Bloodborne pathogens
Hepatitis B
Jaundice
Hepatitis C
-bacteria and viruses, present in blood and body fluids and c…
-liver infection cause by hepatitis b virus... -may be severe or…
(yellowing of the skin and eyes)... -a symptom that occurs in th…
-liver disease caused by hepatitis c virus... -most common chron…
Bloodborne pathogens
-bacteria and viruses, present in blood and body fluids and c…
Hepatitis B
-liver infection cause by hepatitis b virus... -may be severe or…
10 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Lymphatic System
what does the lymphatic system do
3 parts of lymphatic system
primary lymphoid organs
secondary lymphoid tissue
-returns fluids leaked from blood vessels back to blood... -mean…
1. network of lymphatic vessels (lymphatis)... 2. lymph: fluid i…
-bone marrow... -thymus
-lymph nodes... -appendix... -peyers patches (in peritoned cavity)…
what does the lymphatic system do
-returns fluids leaked from blood vessels back to blood... -mean…
3 parts of lymphatic system
1. network of lymphatic vessels (lymphatis)... 2. lymph: fluid i…
32 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Exam 3- Chap. 31 (Fungi)
Fungi's major ecological role?
Members of the fungi clade are called...
Fungi as mutualists
Fungi are heterotrophs...
Decomposition
opisthokonts
fungi form mutualistic relationships with plants, algae, cyan…
which means they cannot make their own food as plants and alg…
Fungi's major ecological role?
Decomposition
Members of the fungi clade are called...
opisthokonts
31 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Chapter 15 DNA+ The Gene, Replication and Repair
What are genes made of?
Hershey and Chase Experiment
Which directions DNA replicates
Secondary Structure of DNA is
DNA
Tested if either the protein or DNA of virus entered the cell…
5' to 3'
double helix
What are genes made of?
DNA
Hershey and Chase Experiment
Tested if either the protein or DNA of virus entered the cell…
71 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Adverbs and Medical Vocabulary
often
on time
a lot, many times
from time to time
a menudo
a tiempo
muchas veces
de vez en cuando
often
a menudo
on time
a tiempo
26 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Parasites
Ectoparasites
Endoparasites
Infective Stage
Number and species depend on
external parasites (ticks, mites, lice)
internal parasites (over 150 kinds)
period of time when some parasites live outside the host
moisture- like moisture... season-certain species active in cert…
Ectoparasites
external parasites (ticks, mites, lice)
Endoparasites
internal parasites (over 150 kinds)
18 termscreated on December 10, 2016
HEALTH
Infection
Swelling... Pain... Redness... Coughing
Pathogen
Incubation period
Enters the body to multiply
Signs and symptoms of infection
Bacterium/other organisms that can cause disease
Silent stage when the pathogen enters into the host and start…
Infection
Enters the body to multiply
Swelling... Pain... Redness... Coughing
Signs and symptoms of infection
15 termscreated on December 10, 2016
micro presentations of GI tract
common shape of vibrio cholerae
toxin that leads to damage caused by c…
three main treatments of cholera
causative agent of antibiotic-assoc co…
comma (semi colon)
cholera toxin
antibiotics, rehydration therapy, zinc therapy
feces... water... food
common shape of vibrio cholerae
comma (semi colon)
toxin that leads to damage caused by c…
cholera toxin
15 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Microbio Ch. 22- infection of the digestive system
tooth decay
dental plaque
dental caries
thrush
-plaque starts as biofilm... -streptococcus, lactobacillus, pept…
thickened biofilm on the surface of the tooth... as bacteria und…
tooth decay caused by acid destroying the enamel on the tooth
-white coating resembling cottage cheese... -caused by yeast str…
tooth decay
-plaque starts as biofilm... -streptococcus, lactobacillus, pept…
dental plaque
thickened biofilm on the surface of the tooth... as bacteria und…
17 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Micro Exam VIII - Streptococcus agalactiae [Group B Streptococci]
Is GBS Gram Positive or Gram Negative?
What gives GBS its Beta hemolytic capa…
Is GBS bacitracin resistant or sensiti…
What timeframe is an individual consid…
Gram Positive
Ornithine rhamnolipid pigment or lipid toxin
GBS is bacitracin RESISTANT... GAS is bacitracin sensitive
0d [birth] to 28d
Is GBS Gram Positive or Gram Negative?
Gram Positive
What gives GBS its Beta hemolytic capa…
Ornithine rhamnolipid pigment or lipid toxin
30 termscreated on December 10, 2016
A
a process found only in producers
a molecule is
atoms connected by this kind of bond s…
an-NH2 group is a(n)________group
photosynthesis
a combination of two or more atoms
covalent
amino
a process found only in producers
photosynthesis
a molecule is
a combination of two or more atoms
17 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Wildlife Diseases
Why do we care
Disease that can spread to animals
Disease carry disease that affect live…
Effect on population
Wildlife carries diseases that affect humans
Rabies, West Nile Virus, Avian Influenza
Bovine TB
Gamespecies: Anthrax (deer) avian chorera (water fowl)... T/E sp…
Why do we care
Wildlife carries diseases that affect humans
Disease that can spread to animals
Rabies, West Nile Virus, Avian Influenza
19 termscreated on December 10, 2016
5.1 biology
What is a cell?
Cytology
What is a hypothesis?
What is a theory?
Tiny,highly active units that make up living organisms
The study of cells
Explains and observation
It's a hypothesis but with evidence of an experiment
What is a cell?
Tiny,highly active units that make up living organisms
Cytology
The study of cells
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A summary of serological tests
Neutralization
Titration
Precipitin test
Latex agglutination
Mechanism: Neutralize toxin or virus in animal... Applications:…
Mechanism: Serial dilution and precipitation... Applications: Q…
Mechanism: Precipitation of Ab's/Ag's in agar... Applications:…
Mechanism: Agglutinate latex beads on a slide... Applications:…
Neutralization
Mechanism: Neutralize toxin or virus in animal... Applications:…
Titration
Mechanism: Serial dilution and precipitation... Applications: Q…
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Bio Chp 20
What information is critical to the su…
Which of the following sequences is mo…
Bacterial cells protect their own DNA…
The reason for using Taq polymerase fo…
The DNA sequence of the ends of the DNA to be amplified must…
AATATT... TTATAA
adding methyl groups to adenines and cytosines
it is heat stable and can withstand the heating step of PCR
What information is critical to the su…
The DNA sequence of the ends of the DNA to be amplified must…
Which of the following sequences is mo…
AATATT... TTATAA
74 termscreated on December 10, 2016
Microbiology Exam 3
Lucy is having the flu. A ______ of th…
What is the fourth step that occurs in…
What is NOT a communicable disease?
Why are monoclonal antibodies useful
sign, symptom
Nucleic acid and capsid proteins form virions
Valley Fever
~Fc Region can be modified to produce a humanized version... ~Th…
Lucy is having the flu. A ______ of th…
sign, symptom
What is the fourth step that occurs in…
Nucleic acid and capsid proteins form virions
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