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58 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Commonly Missed General Medical terms
before meals
beats per minute
body surface area
benign positional vertigo
AC
bpm
bsa
bpv
before meals
AC
beats per minute
bpm
45 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Ch. 2: Safe Medication Administration and Error Reduction (Pharm ATI)
Who is legally permitted to write pres…
Providers are responsible for:
Nurses are responsible for:
Chemical name
Physicians, APNs, Dentists, and PAs
-Obtaining medical history and physical examination... -Diagnosi…
-Having knowledge of laws and policies that govern the prescr…
Determined by chemical structure
Who is legally permitted to write pres…
Physicians, APNs, Dentists, and PAs
Providers are responsible for:
-Obtaining medical history and physical examination... -Diagnosi…
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PBS Semester Exam Review
Hypothesis
Negative Control
Positive Control
Adenine
Clear prediction of the anticipated results of an experiment
Control group where conditions produce a negative outcome. Ne…
Group expected to have a positive result, allowing the resear…
A component of nucleic acids, energy-carrying molecules such…
Hypothesis
Clear prediction of the anticipated results of an experiment
Negative Control
Control group where conditions produce a negative outcome. Ne…
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Module D - Communication terms
Communication
Culture
Non‐verbal Communication (also called…
Therapeutic Communication
successfully getting and receiving messages
- is a view of the world as well as a set of values, beliefs,…
- body positions and... actions that send an unspoken message al…
a type of communication that health care providers... consciousl…
Communication
successfully getting and receiving messages
Culture
- is a view of the world as well as a set of values, beliefs,…
41 termscreated on January 17, 2017
clinical judgment quiz 1
Generic name
Trade name
which name are we trying to work towar…
Drug classification
official name, ibuprofen
there can be several for the same drug ex. Advil, Motrin (bra…
Trying to push to use generic names
categorizes by the way they act against diseases or disorders
Generic name
official name, ibuprofen
Trade name
there can be several for the same drug ex. Advil, Motrin (bra…
24 termscreated on January 17, 2017
PSY 32 first mid term Chapter two
Genotypes
Phenotype
Germinal
Embryonic
Make up of genes
Physical features
Is the period of prenatal development that takes place in the…
Is the period of parental development that occurs from two to…
Genotypes
Make up of genes
Phenotype
Physical features
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Lab Values
normal range WBC
What does an elevated WBC mean?
What two types of WBC will be found th…
What % of the WBC do the Neutrophilis…
4.5-10
infection
Neutrophils ... Lymphocytes
80%
normal range WBC
4.5-10
What does an elevated WBC mean?
infection
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REVIEW
Polypharmacy
Elder Abuse
Types of abuses
Indicators of abuse
multiple drugs to treat a single ailment. Decrease blood flow…
The intentional infliction of physical or emotional discomfor…
Physical... Sexual... Emotional... Material ... Medical... Neglect ... Abandonm…
Unexplained crying, fear suspicion of a particular person, br…
Polypharmacy
multiple drugs to treat a single ailment. Decrease blood flow…
Elder Abuse
The intentional infliction of physical or emotional discomfor…
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Module E - Law and Ethics terms
Abuse
Assault
Basic Human Rights
Battery
willful infliction of injury, unreasonable confinement, intim…
act of threatening to touch, or attempting to touch a person,…
are protected by the Constitution of the United States and st…
touching a person without consent
Abuse
willful infliction of injury, unreasonable confinement, intim…
Assault
act of threatening to touch, or attempting to touch a person,…
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Medical Terminology Chapter 2
Aden/o
Adip/o
Anter/o
Caud/o
Gland
Fat
Front, before
Tail, lower part of the body
Aden/o
Gland
Adip/o
Fat
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ATI ch 1 pharmacology Pharmacokinetics and routes of administration
Absorption
Excretion
barriers to absorption oral route
Barriers to absorption of sublingual/b…
The Transmission of medication from the location of administr…
the elimination of medication from the body ... by: ... KIDNEY, li…
medication must pass through the layer of epithelial cells th…
if swallowed before being dissolved, gastric pH may inactivat…
Absorption
The Transmission of medication from the location of administr…
Excretion
the elimination of medication from the body ... by: ... KIDNEY, li…
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BIO-335 Unit 2
Impression
Diagnosis
Differential Diagnosis
Benign
another way of saying assessment
what the health care professional thinks the patient has
a list of conditions the patient may have based on the... sympto…
Safe
Impression
another way of saying assessment
Diagnosis
what the health care professional thinks the patient has
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Chapter 8 - Client Acquisition and Consultations
Leads
Prospecting
Rapport
Point-of-sale client
Individuals who have shown a certain level of interest in per…
Activities designed to search for potential customers or clie…
The aspect of a relationship characterized by similarity, agr…
A client who has purchased a personal training package or pro…
Leads
Individuals who have shown a certain level of interest in per…
Prospecting
Activities designed to search for potential customers or clie…
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Chapter 8 medical
axon
brain stem
cell body
CNS
sends out impulses
contains medulla oblongata, pons, and midbrain
contains nucleus, axon, dendrite
contains brain and spinal cord
axon
sends out impulses
brain stem
contains medulla oblongata, pons, and midbrain
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Lecture #8 Medical Topics and Terminology
Lateral
Medial
Flexion
Extension
side
middle
Closing of a joint
opening of a joint
Lateral
side
Medial
middle
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Zoo 250 exam 1
Examining structure of the human body:
Cadaver dissection
Comparative anatomy
Exploratory surgery
inspection, palpation, auscultation, percussion
cutting and separation of tissues to reveal their relationships
study of more than one species in order to examine structural…
open body and take a look inside
Examining structure of the human body:
inspection, palpation, auscultation, percussion
Cadaver dissection
cutting and separation of tissues to reveal their relationships
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Phrasal verbs: health
come on
swell up
pick up
be blocked up
start to feel ill, often with a cold or flu
when a part of your body becomes larger and rounder. HINCHARS…
catch an ilness from somebody or something CONTAGIARSE
when a part of your body is filled with something that preven…
come on
start to feel ill, often with a cold or flu
swell up
when a part of your body becomes larger and rounder. HINCHARS…
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Medical Terminology for the Nervous System (Week 10)
cognition
coma
concussion
delirium
The mental activities associated with thinking, knowing, reme…
state of profound unconsciousness
violent shaking up or jarring of the brain
mental disorder marked by confusion
cognition
The mental activities associated with thinking, knowing, reme…
coma
state of profound unconsciousness
76 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Medical Terminology Ch.7 Medical Terms & Abbreviations
abscess
acne rosacea
acne vulgaris
benign
localized, pus-containing pocket caused by a bacterial infect…
chronic skin condition of the face in middle-aged patients wi…
overproduction of sebum of face shoulders and back during pub…
of a mild type or character that does not threaten health or…
abscess
localized, pus-containing pocket caused by a bacterial infect…
acne rosacea
chronic skin condition of the face in middle-aged patients wi…
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PULSE and RESPIRATIONS
Tachycardia
Bradycardia
Temporal
What can affect your Pulse Rate?
rapid pulse rate, greater than 100 beats/min.
pulse rate below 60 beats/min
on the temple of the head
Pain, Fever, stress, exercise, bleeding, decrease in BP, some…
Tachycardia
rapid pulse rate, greater than 100 beats/min.
Bradycardia
pulse rate below 60 beats/min
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Medical Terminology: Chapter 2 Words
bilateral
unilateral
ambilateral
bicuspid
pertaining to two sides
pertaining to one side
pertaining to both sides
having two cusps of points
bilateral
pertaining to two sides
unilateral
pertaining to one side
25 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Medical Terminology
anuria
benign prostatic hypertrophy, BPH
catheterization
cystitis
absence of urine
enlargement of prostate, may close off urethra
to insert a tube into the bladder
inflammation of the bladder
anuria
absence of urine
benign prostatic hypertrophy, BPH
enlargement of prostate, may close off urethra
18 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Chapter 38 KT mod a
medical record
paper-based patient record
electronic medical record (EMR)
reverse chronological order
a written record of important information regarding a patient…
a medical record in paper form
a patient health record that is stored on a computer. It may…
arranging documents with the most recent document on top or i…
medical record
a written record of important information regarding a patient…
paper-based patient record
a medical record in paper form
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Theory ch 1
Massage
The term massage was first use in amer…
Person who first popularized the use o…
The term massage as well as the common…
Is the systematic manual or mechanical manipulations of the s…
1875
Douglas Graham
Johnson Georg Mezger
Massage
Is the systematic manual or mechanical manipulations of the s…
The term massage was first use in amer…
1875
24 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Unit 1
Who administers anesthetics and monito…
Who diagnoses and treats conditions an…
Who specializes in trauma and emergenc…
Who treats individuals and families in…
Anesthesiologist
Dermatologist
Emergency department physician
Family practice physician
Who administers anesthetics and monito…
Anesthesiologist
Who diagnoses and treats conditions an…
Dermatologist
19 termscreated on January 17, 2017
History of Exercise Physiology
3 Nobel Prize winning scientists in ex…
Two scientists that shared a Nobel Pri…
Which Nobel Prize winning scientist wa…
Who was the Scottish scientist that st…
Otto Meyerhof (germany)... August Krogh (denmark)... A.V. Hill (UK)
Meyerhof and Hill
August Krogh
John Scott Haldane
3 Nobel Prize winning scientists in ex…
Otto Meyerhof (germany)... August Krogh (denmark)... A.V. Hill (UK)
Two scientists that shared a Nobel Pri…
Meyerhof and Hill
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Anatomy Exam 1
Anatomical Position
Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Gross Anatomy
Standing upright, feet paralell and flat on the floor. Eyes l…
Study of the body structure
Includes "cytology" and "histology"
Investigates the large body parts that are visible with the n…
Anatomical Position
Standing upright, feet paralell and flat on the floor. Eyes l…
Anatomy
Study of the body structure
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psych 8.2 and 8.3
retina
photoreceptors
rods
cones
the area in back of the eye that contains your rods and cones.
light-sensitive cells, (rods and cones) that are found in the…
help you detect movement
help you see color
retina
the area in back of the eye that contains your rods and cones.
photoreceptors
light-sensitive cells, (rods and cones) that are found in the…
15 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Health Study Guide #2
prostate gland
cervix
Sexually transmitted disease
cured
common site for cancer in a male
common site for cancer in a female
S.T.D. stands for...
at this time,std's cannot be___
prostate gland
common site for cancer in a male
cervix
common site for cancer in a female
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AP Psych Barron's Exam 8
Cognitive triad
Preventative efforts
Neologisms
Clang associations
Beck's theory that depression results from negative ideas abo…
Treatment of psychological problems proactively (eg- counseli…
Disorganized schizophrenics that make up their own words
Disorganized schizophrenics that string together a series of…
Cognitive triad
Beck's theory that depression results from negative ideas abo…
Preventative efforts
Treatment of psychological problems proactively (eg- counseli…
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Medical Term Ch 11 study
angi/o
aort/o
arter/o... arteri/o
ather/o
vessel
aorta
artery
yellowish plaque, fatty substance
angi/o
vessel
aort/o
aorta
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Medical Terminology Chapter 2 word parts
abdomin/o
adip/o
bucc/o
caud/o
abdomen
fat
cheek
tail; lower part of body
abdomin/o
abdomen
adip/o
fat
24 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Chapter 20: Medical Terms Related to Types of Cancer
adenocarcinoma
atypical hyperplasia
benign
cancer
cancer that begins in cells that line certain internal organs
benign (noncancerous) condition in which cells have abnormal…
not cancerous; does not invade nearby tissues or spread to ot…
a term for diseases in which abnormal cells divide without co…
adenocarcinoma
cancer that begins in cells that line certain internal organs
atypical hyperplasia
benign (noncancerous) condition in which cells have abnormal…
26 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Barron's Vocab Exam 8
Cognitive Triad
Preventative Efforts
Neologisms
Clang associations
Beck's theory that depression results from negative ideas abo…
Treatment of psychological problems proactively (eg - counsel…
Disorganized schizophrenics that make up their own words.
Disorganized schizophrenics that string together a series of…
Cognitive Triad
Beck's theory that depression results from negative ideas abo…
Preventative Efforts
Treatment of psychological problems proactively (eg - counsel…
35 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Chapter 24 Peds
Characteristics of Newborn screening
where newborn blood screening test
if PKU is not treated this happens
what test are done for newborn screening
required by law, test between 1-7 days after birth, specimen…
plantar surface of foot
Mental retardation
hypothyroidism, PKU, sickle cell anemia
Characteristics of Newborn screening
required by law, test between 1-7 days after birth, specimen…
where newborn blood screening test
plantar surface of foot
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MCAT Psychology Ch 9 (Social Interaction)
Ascribed Status
Achieved Status
Master status
Role conflict/strain
Involuntarily assigned based on race, ethnicity, gender, fami…
Voluntarily earned by an individual
Status by which an individual is primarily identified
One has difficulty in satisfying the requirements of multiple…
Ascribed Status
Involuntarily assigned based on race, ethnicity, gender, fami…
Achieved Status
Voluntarily earned by an individual
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NURSING VOCABULARY (all chapters)
functional nursing
primary nursing
chronic illness
case management
when a nursing care pattern focuses on tasks and jobs and eac…
a nursing care pattern where the rn is responsible for the pe…
ongoing, slow or gradual in onset and has no known cure
persons care from admission through discharge and into the ho…
functional nursing
when a nursing care pattern focuses on tasks and jobs and eac…
primary nursing
a nursing care pattern where the rn is responsible for the pe…
18 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Eating disorders
Diagnostic criteria for anorexia nervosa
Disturbance in the way in which one's…
Onset, prevalence, and prognosis of an…
Behavioral characteristics of anorexia
Refusal to maintain body weight at or above normal weight for…
Undue influence of body weight or shape on self-evaluation. D…
Anorexia most commonly begins in the mid-teens. It occurs in…
Individuals often exhibit obsessive/compulsive behavior, depr…
Diagnostic criteria for anorexia nervosa
Refusal to maintain body weight at or above normal weight for…
Disturbance in the way in which one's…
Undue influence of body weight or shape on self-evaluation. D…
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Ch 21 A&P exam
What is the overall chemical functioni…
Divides the body into left and right p…
Runs lengthwise down the middle line o…
Divides the body into superior in inte…
Metabolism
Sagittal plane
Mid sagittal plane
Transverse plane
What is the overall chemical functioni…
Metabolism
Divides the body into left and right p…
Sagittal plane
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combining forms Ch. 2
heredit/o-
palliat/o-
iatr/o-
gen-
genetic inheritance
reduce the severity
medical treatment/ physician
arising from; produced by
heredit/o-
genetic inheritance
palliat/o-
reduce the severity
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Chapter 11 medical terminology
smallest blood vessel
largest artery in the body
lower chamber of the heart
valve between the right atrium and ven…
capillary
aorta
ventricle
tricuspid valve
smallest blood vessel
capillary
largest artery in the body
aorta
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Medical Terms (Chapter 7)
anoxia
aphonia
atelectasis
bronchodilator
is the absence of oxygen from the body's tissues and organs e…
is the loss of the ability of the larynx to produce normal sp…
or collapsed lung, is the incomplete expansion of part or all…
is a medication that relaxes and expands the bronchial passag…
anoxia
is the absence of oxygen from the body's tissues and organs e…
aphonia
is the loss of the ability of the larynx to produce normal sp…
69 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Africa
Colony
Economic ... Political... Religious
Economic motive: mercantilism
Export...import
A..is a settlement of people in a new territory, linked to a…
Motives for imperialism
The prosperity of a nation depended on increasing its body su…
Blade of trade is when countries want to... more then they...
Colony
A..is a settlement of people in a new territory, linked to a…
Economic ... Political... Religious
Motives for imperialism
62 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Chapter 31: Asepsis Info
Are most nosocomial infections endogen…
What are some common infecting micro o…
Clostridium difficile
What factors contribute to the develop…
Endogenous
E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and enterococci.
A spore forming bacillus that infects the gastrointestinal tr…
Compromised hosts, that is, a client who is normal defenses h…
Are most nosocomial infections endogen…
Endogenous
What are some common infecting micro o…
E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and enterococci.
21 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Health - Semester Final > Chapter 4
mental health
emotion
emotional health
hormones
the way people think about and respond to events in their eve…
is a feeling produced in response to a life event
way a person experiences and deals with feelings
chemicals that help control how the body grows and functions
mental health
the way people think about and respond to events in their eve…
emotion
is a feeling produced in response to a life event
15 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Unit 13
Medical Asepsis
Asepsis
Handwashing
Nosocomial infection
Is a clean technique it reduces the number of microbes and in…
Is the absence of disease producing organisms
Is the single most important method of preventing The spread…
Is a choir by patient while being cared for in a healthcare f…
Medical Asepsis
Is a clean technique it reduces the number of microbes and in…
Asepsis
Is the absence of disease producing organisms
20 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Ch. 53 Math for Pharmacology
Apothecary system
Body surface are a (BSA)
Clark's rule
Denominator
oldest system of measurement in which dry weight is measured…
—calculation of the child's height and weight, expressed as m…
most common law used in the calculation of drug dosage for ch…
bottom number of a fraction
Apothecary system
oldest system of measurement in which dry weight is measured…
Body surface are a (BSA)
—calculation of the child's height and weight, expressed as m…
615 termscreated on January 17, 2017
All GRE words (New)
abdicate
abject
abjure
abscission
to give up a position, right, or power
extremely unpleasant and degrading
solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim); formally reject
the natural detachment of parts of a plant, typically dead le…
abdicate
to give up a position, right, or power
abject
extremely unpleasant and degrading
46 termscreated on January 17, 2017
medical terms
physiology
anatomic position
midsagittal plane
frontal plane
study of the function of the structures if the body.
describes the body standing in the standard position
divides the body into equal right and left havles
a vertical plane that divides the body into anterior and post…
physiology
study of the function of the structures if the body.
anatomic position
describes the body standing in the standard position
30 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Chapter 20: Medical Terms Related to the Treatment of Cancer
autologous bone marrow transplantation
BCG vaccine
colony-stimulating factors
peripheral stem cell transplantation
a procedure in which bone marrow is removed from a person, st…
an anticancer drug, bacilli Calmette-Guerin (BCG), that activ…
substances that stimulate the production of blood cells; gran…
replacing blood-forming cells destroyed by cancer treatment;…
autologous bone marrow transplantation
a procedure in which bone marrow is removed from a person, st…
BCG vaccine
an anticancer drug, bacilli Calmette-Guerin (BCG), that activ…
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