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10 terms
Medical terms #3 (surgery)
Cardiovascular (CV)
Colon and rectum
Cosmetic, reconstructive and plastic
General
Surgical repair and correction of cardiovascular disfunctions
Surgical repair and correction of colon and rectal disfunctions
Surgical repair, reconstruction, revision, or change of the t…
Surgical repair and correction of various parts or organs
Cardiovascular (CV)
Surgical repair and correction of cardiovascular disfunctions
Colon and rectum
Surgical repair and correction of colon and rectal disfunctions
38 terms
Medical Surgery Test 3
Patients fear of death
Ambulatory Center day of surgery
Genitourinary System Review prior to s…
Non Drug Allergies
can be extremely detrimental. Attitude and emotional state in…
explain to the patient events such as patient registration, p…
Consider women of childbearing age, you need to determine if…
specifically food and environmental allergies such as latex.…
Patients fear of death
can be extremely detrimental. Attitude and emotional state in…
Ambulatory Center day of surgery
explain to the patient events such as patient registration, p…
74 terms
Medical Surgery Exam #3 (Unit 3)
Pleomorphism
Polymorphism
Chromosomal Mutations
Monoclonal Origin of Cancer
Cells vary in size and shape
Nucleus is enlarged and variable in shape
Translocations, deletions, amplification, and ... aneuploidy (ab…
One abnormal cell is transformed by a genetic mutation of the…
Pleomorphism
Cells vary in size and shape
Polymorphism
Nucleus is enlarged and variable in shape
18 terms
Medical Terminology - Chapter 3 Suffixes; Surgery
-age
-centesis
-cid
-cis
related to... ex., tri(age)
surgical puncture... ex., arthro(centesis)
kill... ex., germi(cid)al
cut, kill, excise... ex., circum(cis)ion
-age
related to... ex., tri(age)
-centesis
surgical puncture... ex., arthro(centesis)
88 terms
Medical Surgical Test #3 Surgery and Pain
Emergency level surgery is? What are s…
Urgent urgency level is? example?
Elective level is? example?
Optional level is? example?
Immediate surgery needed to save a life or land without delay…
Surgery needed within 24 - 30 hours. such as fracture repair,…
Planned / scheduled, with no time requirements. such as joint…
Surgery requested by the patient. such as cosmetic surgery
Emergency level surgery is? What are s…
Immediate surgery needed to save a life or land without delay…
Urgent urgency level is? example?
Surgery needed within 24 - 30 hours. such as fracture repair,…
88 terms
Medical Surgical Test #3 Surgery and Pain
Emergency level surgery is? What are s…
Urgent urgency level is? example?
Elective level is? example?
Optional level is? example?
Immediate surgery needed to save a life or land without delay…
Surgery needed within 24 - 30 hours. such as fracture repair,…
Planned / scheduled, with no time requirements. such as joint…
Surgery requested by the patient. such as cosmetic surgery
Emergency level surgery is? What are s…
Immediate surgery needed to save a life or land without delay…
Urgent urgency level is? example?
Surgery needed within 24 - 30 hours. such as fracture repair,…
10 terms
Medical Terminology Ch.3 Word surgery
ileostomy
appendectomy
anal
glossitis
ile/o- ileum... -stomy surgically created opening
append/o- small structure hanging from a larger structure; ap…
an/o- anus... -al pertaining to
gloss/o-tongue... -itis inflammation of; infection of
ileostomy
ile/o- ileum... -stomy surgically created opening
appendectomy
append/o- small structure hanging from a larger structure; ap…
10 terms
Word Surgery Medical Terminology Chapter 3
Regurgitation
Defecation
abdominopelvic
esophagogastrodueodenumscopy
regurgitate/o-: to flow backward... -ion: action or condition
de- : reversal of; without... fec/o- : feces; stool... -ation : a p…
abdomin/o- : abdomen... pelv: pelvis... -ic: pelvis
esophago-: esophagus... gastro: stomach... dueodenum: duodenum... copy…
Regurgitation
regurgitate/o-: to flow backward... -ion: action or condition
Defecation
de- : reversal of; without... fec/o- : feces; stool... -ation : a p…
50 terms
Exam 3 - Respiratory Medications
Effects of Histamine (x5)
What do the H1 Histamine Receptors Do?…
What do the H2 histamine receptors do?…
Anti-Histamines - Mechanism of Action…
1. Dilation of small vessels... 2. Increased capillary permeabil…
1. Vasodilation... 2. Increase capillary permeability... 3. Broncho…
1. Stimulate gastric acid secretion
1. Compete with histamine for receptor sites... 2. Have antichol…
Effects of Histamine (x5)
1. Dilation of small vessels... 2. Increased capillary permeabil…
What do the H1 Histamine Receptors Do?…
1. Vasodilation... 2. Increase capillary permeability... 3. Broncho…
88 terms
Medical Surgical Test #3 Surgery and Pain
Emergency level surgery is? What are s…
Urgent urgency level is? example?
Elective level is? example?
Optional level is? example?
Immediate surgery needed to save a life or land without delay…
Surgery needed within 24 - 30 hours. such as fracture repair,…
Planned / scheduled, with no time requirements. such as joint…
Surgery requested by the patient. such as cosmetic surgery
Emergency level surgery is? What are s…
Immediate surgery needed to save a life or land without delay…
Urgent urgency level is? example?
Surgery needed within 24 - 30 hours. such as fracture repair,…
50 terms
Medical Language Ch. 3 Word Surgeries
-oma
aden/o-
carcin/o-
adeno carcin oma
tumor, mass
gland
cancer
A tumor or mass on a gland that is cancer
-oma
tumor, mass
aden/o-
gland
48 terms
Role of the Medical Assistant in the Minor Surgery class number 3
Role of the Nonsterile Assistanto
Factors that Make an Assistant Valuable
responsabilities of the Scrub Assistant
Guidelines for Sterile Techniques for…
Positions the patient... Uses transfer forceps to bring addition…
Anticipate the needs of the physician... Use care in handing ins…
Arranging the surgical tray to meet the operating physician's…
Always be aware of where your hands are because they should n…
Role of the Nonsterile Assistanto
Positions the patient... Uses transfer forceps to bring addition…
Factors that Make an Assistant Valuable
Anticipate the needs of the physician... Use care in handing ins…
41 terms
410 E3 medications, bariatric surgery
medications typically available for wh…
no FDA-approved pharmaceuticals exist…
what is off-label use?
Xenical - common name
2 SDs above the 95th percentile for BMI-for-age (severe obesi…
12 y/o
using a medicine for a different use other than its intended…
orlistat
medications typically available for wh…
2 SDs above the 95th percentile for BMI-for-age (severe obesi…
no FDA-approved pharmaceuticals exist…
12 y/o
17 terms
Medical Terminology 3 pulmonary (respiratory)
Bronchospasm
Dyspnea
Hemothroax
Hypoxia
sudden, involuntary muscle contraction of the airway... spasmod…
painful, difficult, abnormal breathing
blood in the thorax/chest... Blood in the pleural cavity
without oxygen... inadequate oxygenation of the blood.
Bronchospasm
sudden, involuntary muscle contraction of the airway... spasmod…
Dyspnea
painful, difficult, abnormal breathing
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CP1 - Surgery - Pathology teaching 7/3 on respiratory system
70yr old smoker (20py) gets green-yell…
25yr old with few hour history of coug…
60yr old man with cough on exercion, w…
58yr old man with days history of seve…
LIkely HAP (predisposed by surgery, smoking, age, immobile).…
Diagnosis of asthma. Ix by observing resp accessory muscles,…
Dx: Cor pulmonale (right sided hypertrophy due to increased p…
COPD: smoking leads to fibrosis and inflammation of the lungs…
70yr old smoker (20py) gets green-yell…
LIkely HAP (predisposed by surgery, smoking, age, immobile).…
25yr old with few hour history of coug…
Diagnosis of asthma. Ix by observing resp accessory muscles,…
39 terms
Respiratory medical terms part 3
Hyper
Hypercapnia
Abg
PH
Increased
High C02
Arterial blood gas values
7.35-7.45 mm Hg
Hyper
Increased
Hypercapnia
High C02
Medical Terminology Quiz #3 - Respiratory
Diaphragmatic hernia
Apnea
Eupnea
Dyspnea
abnormal displacement of organs through the muscle separating…
absence of breathing
normal breathing
difficult or labored breathing
Diaphragmatic hernia
abnormal displacement of organs through the muscle separating…
Apnea
absence of breathing
8 terms
MS1-3 Respiratory medications
Antituberculotics
Isoniazid (INH, Nydrazid)
contradictions for Isoniazid
Side effects for isoniazid
TB medications that off the most effective method for treatin…
TB treatment- first line... bactericidal... -used in combo with oth…
-hypersensitivity or acute liver disease... -alcoholism, renal i…
- hypersensitivity reactions ... - peripheral neuritis ... -hepatot…
Antituberculotics
TB medications that off the most effective method for treatin…
Isoniazid (INH, Nydrazid)
TB treatment- first line... bactericidal... -used in combo with oth…
82 terms
Pharmacology Test #3 Respiratory Medications
Acute rhinitis
Allergic rhinitis
Sinusitis
Sinusitis Treatment
Usually occurs with a common cold and is a mucous membrane in…
Inflammation of the nasal mucous membranes caused by an aller…
Inflammation of the mucous membranes of the sinuses.
Decongestants, Tylenol, fluids and rest. May need an antibiot…
Acute rhinitis
Usually occurs with a common cold and is a mucous membrane in…
Allergic rhinitis
Inflammation of the nasal mucous membranes caused by an aller…
65 terms
BBDA Exam 3 (Respiratory Medications)
Asthma Etiology
Asthmatic Reaction
Chronic Inflammation
Symptoms
-Genetic... -Environment... -Hygiene hypothesis
-Activation of inflammatory cascade... -Contraction of smooth mu…
-Non-specific bronchial hyper-responsiveness... -Airway remodeling
-Dyspnea... -Chest tightness... -Coughing (esp night)... -Wheezing... -Wh…
Asthma Etiology
-Genetic... -Environment... -Hygiene hypothesis
Asthmatic Reaction
-Activation of inflammatory cascade... -Contraction of smooth mu…
38 terms
BMS TEST 3- respiratory medications
bronchodilators actions
what dose bronchodilators increase the…
what is bronchodilators used to treat?
what do bronchodilators have no effect…
- binds to and activates pulmonary Beta 2 receptors... -stimulat…
cardiac contractions
bronchospasm
inflammatory process
bronchodilators actions
- binds to and activates pulmonary Beta 2 receptors... -stimulat…
what dose bronchodilators increase the…
cardiac contractions
30 terms
Upper Respiratory Medications M3
Antitussives (4 Categories- 6 Drugs)
Adverse effect of Opioids?
With Opioids we watch for what?
There is a HIGH potential for what wit…
Opioids:... 1) Codeine... 2) Hydrocodone... Non Opioids:... 1) Dextrometh…
CNS- NARCS-U
Dependency!! Do NOT use in elderly, pts with respiratory depr…
Abuse
Antitussives (4 Categories- 6 Drugs)
Opioids:... 1) Codeine... 2) Hydrocodone... Non Opioids:... 1) Dextrometh…
Adverse effect of Opioids?
CNS- NARCS-U
33 terms
Respiratory Medications: EXAM 3 PHARM
Upper Respiratory Tract ... (Structures,…
Lower Respiratory Tract ... (Structures,…
COPD
Bronchodilators
Nose, nasopharynx, oropharynx, laryngopharnx, & larynx... Colds…
Trachea, bronchial tree, lungs... Asthma, emphysema, COPD
Obstruction of the air flow through small airways causing:... Br…
Relax bronchial smooth muscle = Dilation of the bronchi & bro…
Upper Respiratory Tract ... (Structures,…
Nose, nasopharynx, oropharynx, laryngopharnx, & larynx... Colds…
Lower Respiratory Tract ... (Structures,…
Trachea, bronchial tree, lungs... Asthma, emphysema, COPD
13 terms
Pharm: Exam 3: Respiratory Medications
Theophylline
Which group of respiratory medications…
Which group of respiratory medications…
Patient taking: guaifenisin to:
used to help with smooth muscle dilation of bronchi and blood…
avoid decongestants and antihistamines
avoid antitusives
to loosen and thin respiratory tract secretions in response t…
Theophylline
used to help with smooth muscle dilation of bronchi and blood…
Which group of respiratory medications…
avoid decongestants and antihistamines
42 terms
Medical Surgical Nursing Exam 3 Respiratory
What is the purpose of a thoracentesis?
Nursing Responsibilities for thoracent…
Positioning of patient undergoing thor…
Patient teaching for thoracentesis
Obtains specimen of pleural fluid for diagnosis to remove flu…
Obtain consent and explain procedure
Patient is upright with elbows on bedside table and feet supp…
Stay still during procedure ... Prepare patient for feeling of p…
What is the purpose of a thoracentesis?
Obtains specimen of pleural fluid for diagnosis to remove flu…
Nursing Responsibilities for thoracent…
Obtain consent and explain procedure
48 terms
Role of the Medical Assistant in the Minor Surgery class number 3
Role of the Nonsterile Assistant
Factors that Make an Assistant Valuable
responsabilities of the Scrub Assistant
Guidelines for Sterile Techniques for…
Positions the patient... Uses transfer forceps to bring addition…
Anticipate the needs of the physician... Use care in handing ins…
Arranging the surgical tray to meet the operating physician's…
Always be aware of where your hands are because they should n…
Role of the Nonsterile Assistant
Positions the patient... Uses transfer forceps to bring addition…
Factors that Make an Assistant Valuable
Anticipate the needs of the physician... Use care in handing ins…
69 terms
Ch. 3: Respiratory System (Medical Terms)
ablation
adenoidectomy
apnea
asphyxia
removal or destruction by cutting, chemicals, or electrocautery
removal of adenoids
cessation of breathing
lack of oxygen
ablation
removal or destruction by cutting, chemicals, or electrocautery
adenoidectomy
removal of adenoids
64 terms
Medical Term: unit 3 (respiratory system)
nose
septum
sinuses
pharynx (throat)
lined with mucous membranes, hairs,acts as a filter to moiste…
separates the right and left nasal cavities
air cavities within the cranial bone that open up into nasal…
serves as food and air passageway.
nose
lined with mucous membranes, hairs,acts as a filter to moiste…
septum
separates the right and left nasal cavities
20 terms
Gale- Medical Terminology- Ch 3- Respiratory System
Broncho... Bronch / itis
Cili... Cili /o/ genesis
Ectasis... Atel / ectasis
Inspiration
Bronchi, airway... Bronchial inflammation
Hairlike processes... Cili forming
Expansion... Abnormal expansion
Breathing in
Broncho... Bronch / itis
Bronchi, airway... Bronchial inflammation
Cili... Cili /o/ genesis
Hairlike processes... Cili forming
30 terms
Medical Terms 3 (Lymphatic and Respiratory Systems)
aden
carcin
chem
contra
gland
cancerous; cancer
drug; chemical
against; opposite
aden
gland
carcin
cancerous; cancer
10 terms
Medical Transcription Editor-Common Respiratory Problems-3
epistaxis
hemothorax
hyaline membrane disease
hyperventilation
nosebleed
A collection of blood in the pleural cavity. This often resul…
This is a disorder usually affecting premature newborns in wh…
A state in which there is an increase in the amount of air en…
epistaxis
nosebleed
hemothorax
A collection of blood in the pleural cavity. This often resul…
83 terms
Medical Terminology: Exam 3 Respiratory System
Adenoido
Alveolo
Broncho/Bronchio
Bronchiolo
Adenoids
Alveolus, Air Sac
Bronchial Tube, Bronchus
Bronchiole, Small Bronchus
Adenoido
Adenoids
Alveolo
Alveolus, Air Sac
109 terms
Medical Terminology Unit 3 (Respiratory Care)
onco/o
oncology
onc/o/logist
carcin/o
combining form for Tumor
study and treatment of tumors
one who studies tumors
cancer
onco/o
combining form for Tumor
oncology
study and treatment of tumors
109 terms
Medical Terminology Unit 3 (Respiratory Care)
onco/o
oncology
onc/o/logist
carcin/o
combining form for Tumor
study and treatment of tumors
one who studies tumors
cancer
onco/o
combining form for Tumor
oncology
study and treatment of tumors
37 terms
EXAM 3: Ch 47/48 Respiratory Medications
Acute vs Chronic Respiratory Therapy
What are the two major classes of drug…
DPI (dry powder inhaler): drug deliver…
MDI (metered-dose inhaler): drug deliv…
-Acute: quick acting inhaler (such as a beta2 agonists) at fi…
-anti inflammatory... -bronchodilator
-Dry powder form of drug delivered into lung... -Breath activate…
-Delivered measured dose of drug... -1 to 2 puffs... -1 minute betw…
Acute vs Chronic Respiratory Therapy
-Acute: quick acting inhaler (such as a beta2 agonists) at fi…
What are the two major classes of drug…
-anti inflammatory... -bronchodilator
Respiratory Medications (Part Two) 3/28)
Bronchodilators
Beta-adrenergic Agonists
Albuterol
Levalbuterol
These stimulate fight or flight (sympathetic) response to ope…
These stimulate sympathetic branch.... Saba: Albuterol, Levalbut…
Which beta-adrenergic agonist is used for acute or long-term…
Which beta-adrenergic agonist is used before exercise, onset…
Bronchodilators
These stimulate fight or flight (sympathetic) response to ope…
Beta-adrenergic Agonists
These stimulate sympathetic branch.... Saba: Albuterol, Levalbut…
62 terms
Medical Terminology: Chapter 3 Gastroenterology - word building (laboratory and diagnostic; medical and surgery procedures; drugs)
sensitiv/o-
-ity
cholang/o-
-graphy
affected by; sensitive to
state; condition
bile duct
process of recording
sensitiv/o-
affected by; sensitive to
-ity
state; condition
86 terms
Medical Terminology Quiz 3 Respiratory System
cartilage
mucous membrane
septum
serous membrane
tough, elastic connective tissue that is more rigid than liga…
moist tissue layer lining hollow organs and cavities of the b…
wall dividing two cavities
thin layer of tissue that covers internal body cavities and s…
cartilage
tough, elastic connective tissue that is more rigid than liga…
mucous membrane
moist tissue layer lining hollow organs and cavities of the b…
7 terms
Medical Terminology Test 3(Respiratory Handout)
bronchiectasis
virus pneumonia
bronchopneumonia
lobar pneumonia
abnormal dilation of the bronchi
an inflammation caused by a virus
an inflammation of a part of a lobe or segment by a bacteria
an inflammation of one or more lobes by a bacteria - the pneu…
bronchiectasis
abnormal dilation of the bronchi
virus pneumonia
an inflammation caused by a virus
67 terms
110 Unit 3: Respiratory & Emergency Medications
Four main routes of Drug Delivery
Oral Route
Inhalation
Advantages of Delivery of drugs via in…
-oral... -inhalational... -parenteral... -intraosseous
-preferable at times to other routes of administration ... -ofte…
-respiratory medications via inhalation have less side effect…
-bypasses the need for gastrointestinal absorption... -limits he…
Four main routes of Drug Delivery
-oral... -inhalational... -parenteral... -intraosseous
Oral Route
-preferable at times to other routes of administration ... -ofte…
10 terms
ATI Unit 3 - Medication Affecting the Respiratory System
A nurse is providing instructions to a…
A nurse is providing instructions to a…
A nurse is providing instructions to t…
A client is prescribed long-term use o…
A. "Rinse your mouth after each use."... A. "Rinse your mouth a…
B. Use the albuterol inhaler prior to using the beclomethason…
B. "Tremors are an adverse effect of this medication.... A. "Yo…
A. Weight gain and fluid retention... A. Weight gain and fluid…
A nurse is providing instructions to a…
A. "Rinse your mouth after each use."... A. "Rinse your mouth a…
A nurse is providing instructions to a…
B. Use the albuterol inhaler prior to using the beclomethason…
37 terms
Pharm 1- Exam 3- Respiratory medications
The upper respiratory system consists…
The lower respiratory system consists…
UPPER RESPIRATORY: You can use which m…
You can use which meds to address the…
nose, nasal passages, pharynx, paranasal studies
trachea, lungs
H1 receptor antagonists... Corticosteroids... Decongestants
Antitussives... Expectorants ... Mucolytics
The upper respiratory system consists…
nose, nasal passages, pharynx, paranasal studies
The lower respiratory system consists…
trachea, lungs
114 terms
Pharmacology, Medications Affecting the Respiratory System, Exam 3
Upper respiratory tract
Lower respiratory tract
Defense mechanisms
Upper respiratory disorders
Nose, mouth, pharynx, larynx, and trachea
Bronchial tree, bronchioles, alveoli
Mucus, cilia, cough, sneeze, macrophage and mast cells
The common cold, seasonal rhinitis, hay fever, sinusitis, pha…
Upper respiratory tract
Nose, mouth, pharynx, larynx, and trachea
Lower respiratory tract
Bronchial tree, bronchioles, alveoli
22 terms
Respiratory, Urinary, Otic, Opthalmic Medications (Quiz 3)
Antihistamines
Histamine
Antihistamines
Antihistamines
Block release or action of histamine
__ is released during inflammation, increases secretions, nar…
__ decrease allergic responses
See to treat seasonal allergies, allergic conjunctivitis and…
Antihistamines
Block release or action of histamine
Histamine
__ is released during inflammation, increases secretions, nar…
Medical Terminology - Ch7 - 3 - Respiratory System Diagnosis / Treatment
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Chronic Bronchitis
Emphysema
Asthma
Lung disease in which bronchial airflow is obstructed, most o…
Disease in which airways have become inflamed due to recurren…
Usually due to smoking where the alveoli decrease, enlargemen…
A chronic inflammatory disease of the bronchial tubes, often…
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Lung disease in which bronchial airflow is obstructed, most o…
Chronic Bronchitis
Disease in which airways have become inflamed due to recurren…
62 terms
Pharmacology Test-3/Medications Affecting the Respiratory System
Name upper respiratory tract?
Common illness of Upper respiratory tr…
Disorders of lower respiratory tract?
Antitussive?
Nose, mouth, pharynx, larynx, trachea
Common cold... Seasonal rhinitis(hay fever)... Sinusitis... Laryngitis
Atelectasis (collapse lungs)... Pneumonia... Bronchitis... COPD, asthma
Decrease cough
Name upper respiratory tract?
Nose, mouth, pharynx, larynx, trachea
Common illness of Upper respiratory tr…
Common cold... Seasonal rhinitis(hay fever)... Sinusitis... Laryngitis
221 terms
Medical Terminology The Respiratory System Chapter 7 (Module 3)
Nas/o
Sinus/o
Pharyng/o
Laryng/o
nose - exchanges air during inhaling and exhaling; warms, moi…
sinuses - produce mucus for the nasal cavities, make bones of…
pharynx - transports air back and forth between the nose and…
larynx - makes speech possible... throat
Nas/o
nose - exchanges air during inhaling and exhaling; warms, moi…
Sinus/o
sinuses - produce mucus for the nasal cavities, make bones of…
15 terms
Medical Terminology - Module 3 - Lesson 3.15 - The Respiratory System
nas/o
rhin/o
pharyng/o
laryng/o
nose
nose
pharynx; throat
larynx; voice box
nas/o
nose
rhin/o
nose
414 terms
ATI - Medical Surgical - Unit 3 Nursing Care of Clients with Respiratory Disorders
Respiratory Diagnostic and Therapeutic…
Respiratory Diagnostic and Therapeutic…
Respiratory Diagnostic and Therapeutic…
Respiratory Diagnostic and Therapeutic…
Respiratory diagnostic procedures are used to evaluate a clie…
Respiratory diagnostic procedures that nurses should be knowl…
• Chest tubes are a type of therapeutic procedure inserted in…
• Pulse Oximetry is a noninvasive measurement of the oxygen s…
Respiratory Diagnostic and Therapeutic…
Respiratory diagnostic procedures are used to evaluate a clie…
Respiratory Diagnostic and Therapeutic…
Respiratory diagnostic procedures that nurses should be knowl…
41 terms
Medical Terminology Module 6 Respiratory System Part 3
Nas/o
Rhin/o
Sept/o
Sinus/o
Nose
Nose
Septum
Sinus, cavity
Nas/o
Nose
Rhin/o
Nose
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