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(FIRST 15) Integumentary Agents: Brand & Generics
Brand: Differin
Brand: Tazorac
Brand: Retin-A
Brand: Soriatane
Generic: Adapalene
Generic: Tazarotene
Generic: Tretinoin
Generic: Acitretin
Brand: Differin
Generic: Adapalene
Brand: Tazorac
Generic: Tazarotene
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ENG 2310 Quiz 15
"In 1616 Ben Jonson published his ____…
After his release from prison Jonson "…
Of Jonson: "At the turn of the century…
Of Jonson: "[H]is long partnership wit…
Works
Actors
Theaters
Inigo Jones
"In 1616 Ben Jonson published his ____…
Works
After his release from prison Jonson "…
Actors
Brit Lit - QUIZ 15
"In 1616 Ben Johnson published his ___…
After his release from prison Jonson "…
Of Jonson: "at the turn of the century…
Of Jonson: "his long partnership with…
...
...
...
...
"In 1616 Ben Johnson published his ___…
...
After his release from prison Jonson "…
...
BA109 Quiz 15
Unlike an EMC or an ETC, manufacturers…
Which of the following statements is/a…
Although franchising is a popular way…
________ act as international sales re…
True
All of these
False
Manufacturers' export agents
Unlike an EMC or an ETC, manufacturers…
True
Which of the following statements is/a…
All of these
English Quiz 15
"In 1616 Ben Johnson published his ___…
After his release from prison Jonson "…
Of Jonson: "at the turn of the century…
Of Jonson: "his long partnership with…
works
actors
theatres
inigo Jones
"In 1616 Ben Johnson published his ___…
works
After his release from prison Jonson "…
actors
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Quiz 15
1. "In 1616 Ben Jonson published his _…
2. After his release from prison Johns…
3. Of Jonson: "At the turn of the cent…
4. Of Jonson: "[H]is long partnership…
works
actors
Theaters
Inigo Jones
1. "In 1616 Ben Jonson published his _…
works
2. After his release from prison Johns…
actors
ENG 2310 Quiz 15
"In 1616 Ben Jonson published his ____…
After his release from prison Jonson "…
Of Jonson: "At the turn of the century…
Of Jonson: "[H]is long partnership wit…
Works
Actors
Theaters
Inigo Jones
"In 1616 Ben Jonson published his ____…
Works
After his release from prison Jonson "…
Actors
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BA109 Quiz 15
Unlike an EMC or an ETC, manufacturers…
Which of the following statements is/a…
Although franchising is a popular way…
________ act as international sales re…
True
All of these
False
Manufacturers' export agents
Unlike an EMC or an ETC, manufacturers…
True
Which of the following statements is/a…
All of these
BA109 Quiz 15
Unlike an EMC or an ETC, manufacturers…
Which of the following statements is/a…
Although franchising is a popular way…
________ act as international sales re…
True
All of these
False
Manufacturers' export agents
Unlike an EMC or an ETC, manufacturers…
True
Which of the following statements is/a…
All of these
Week 4 - Integumentary Agents 1st 15
Differin
Tazorac
Retin-A
Soriatane
Adapalene
Tazarotene
Tretinoin
Acitretin
Differin
Adapalene
Tazorac
Tazarotene
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Week 4 - Integumentary Agents 1st 15
Differin
Tazorac
Retin-A
Soriatane
Adapalene
Tazarotene
Tretinoin
Acitretin
Differin
Adapalene
Tazorac
Tazarotene
Week 4 Integumentary Agents 1st 15
Differin
Tazorac
Retin-A
Soriatane
adapalene
tazarotene
tretinoin
acitretin
Differin
adapalene
Tazorac
tazarotene
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Eng 2310 Quiz 15
1. In 1616 Ben Jonson published his __…
2. After his releaser from prison Jons…
3. Of Jonson: "at the turn of the cent…
4. Of Jonson: "his long partnership wi…
works
actors
Theaters
Inigo Jones
1. In 1616 Ben Jonson published his __…
works
2. After his releaser from prison Jons…
actors
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Brit Lit Quiz 15
1. "In 1616 Ben Jonson published his _…
2. After his release from prison Johns…
3. Of Jonson: "At the turn of the cent…
4. Of Jonson: "[H]is long partnership…
works
actors
Theaters
Inigo Jones
1. "In 1616 Ben Jonson published his _…
works
2. After his release from prison Johns…
actors
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Antiseizure Agents (Wk 5 First 15)
Tegretol
Topamax
Mysoline
Depakote
carbamazepine
topiramate
primidone
divalproex
Tegretol
carbamazepine
Topamax
topiramate
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PS3 Vaccines/Immunosuppressive Agents Drugs first 15
Imuran
Sandimmune
CellCept
Prograf
Azathioprine
Cyclosporine
Mycophenolate
Tacrolimus
Imuran
Azathioprine
Sandimmune
Cyclosporine
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Disorders of the Integumentary System
Acne Vulgaris
Athlete's foot
Dermatitis
Eczema
Chronic disorder of the sebaceous glands. Sebum plugs the por…
Contagious fungal infection, usually contracted in public bat…
Non-specific inflammation of the skin. Can be a raised red ra…
Inflammation of the skin causing a raised red rash caused by…
Acne Vulgaris
Chronic disorder of the sebaceous glands. Sebum plugs the por…
Athlete's foot
Contagious fungal infection, usually contracted in public bat…
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Integumentary Exam
Paronychia
Beau Line
Splinter Hemorrhages
Clubbing
Red, swollen, tender inflammation of the nail folds. Acute=ba…
Transverse furrow or groove. A depression across the nail tha…
Red-brown linear streaks from damage to nail bed capillaries.…
Inner edge of nail elevates; nail bed angle is greater than 1…
Paronychia
Red, swollen, tender inflammation of the nail folds. Acute=ba…
Beau Line
Transverse furrow or groove. A depression across the nail tha…
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Integumentary: FINAL
Role of the dressing
Qualities of a good dressing
Guidelines for dressing use
Primary vs. Secondary dressings
1. Maintains optimal environment... 2. Removes excess exudate... 3.…
-moist environment... -absorbent... -impermeable (*not with infecti…
-no pressure (don't pack too tight -> ischemia)... -full contact…
Usually for deeper wounds. Primary fills it in and secondary…
Role of the dressing
1. Maintains optimal environment... 2. Removes excess exudate... 3.…
Qualities of a good dressing
-moist environment... -absorbent... -impermeable (*not with infecti…
Psych Ch. 5
What does developmental psychology exa…
Focus on issues in developmental psych…
Developmental researchers who emphasiz…
Developmental researchers who emphasiz…
Physical, Cognitive, Social development
Nature and Nurture... Continuity and Stages... Stability and Change
Continuity
Stages
What does developmental psychology exa…
Physical, Cognitive, Social development
Focus on issues in developmental psych…
Nature and Nurture... Continuity and Stages... Stability and Change
Integumentary Vocabulary
apocrine glands
Peritoneum
arrector pili
pericardium
secrete their products into hair follicles in the armpits, ar…
the serous membrane that lines the peritoneal cavity
smooth muscles whose contractions cause erection of hairs
the fibrous sac that surrounds the heart; its inner, serous l…
apocrine glands
secrete their products into hair follicles in the armpits, ar…
Peritoneum
the serous membrane that lines the peritoneal cavity
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Integumentary Vocabulary
Integument
Epidermis
Dermis
Hypodermis
skin; the bodies largest organ
outermost layer of the skin; sometimes called the false skin
the deeper of the two major layers of the skin, composed of d…
loose layer of skin, rich in fat and areolar tissue located b…
Integument
skin; the bodies largest organ
Epidermis
outermost layer of the skin; sometimes called the false skin
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Diseases and Disorders of the Integumentary System
Abrasion
Abscess
Acne vulgaris
Actinic keratosis
scrape
localized collection of pus within a circumscribed area; asso…
inflammation of a sebaceous gland; characterized by a papules…
premalignant lesion of the skin caused by excess exposure to…
Abrasion
scrape
Abscess
localized collection of pus within a circumscribed area; asso…
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Integumentary System
The integumentary system is the ____ o…
Functions of the integumentary system…
epidermis
dermis
largest
protection... sensation... secretion... thermoregulation... vitamin D syn…
surface layer of the skin ... lacks blood vessels... comprised of s…
"true skin"... middle layer of the skin... comprised of connective…
The integumentary system is the ____ o…
largest
Functions of the integumentary system…
protection... sensation... secretion... thermoregulation... vitamin D syn…
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Integumentary System
Protection, Excretion, maintaining bod…
Chemical barriers
Acidity
Antibiotic soaps
Functions of skin...
Melanin, normal Floral bacteria, Acid secretions
Many disease-causing bacteria are prevented from growing on o…
What do we use that kill flora bacteria & create super bug st…
Protection, Excretion, maintaining bod…
Functions of skin...
Chemical barriers
Melanin, normal Floral bacteria, Acid secretions
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Integumentary Diseases and Conditions
Abrasion
Abscess
Acne
Alopecia
Scraping or rubbing away of a surface
Localized collection of pus at the site of an infection
Cluster of furuncles in the subcutaneous tissue
Absence or loss of hair
Abrasion
Scraping or rubbing away of a surface
Abscess
Localized collection of pus at the site of an infection
28 terms
Physical Agents - Heat, Cold, Aquatic modalities
Heat Defined
Heat loss
Depth of muscles, time needed to heat
Skin check
Increased molecular vibration
From Hot to cold
1-2cm, 20 min
at 5 min, greatest temp changes is in the first .5 cm depth
Heat Defined
Increased molecular vibration
Heat loss
From Hot to cold
29 terms
Integumentary Diseases and Conditions
Abrasion
Abscess
Acne
Alopecia
Scraping or rubbing away of a surface
Localized collection of pus at the site of an infection
Cluster of furuncles in the subcutaneous tissue
Absence or loss of hair
Abrasion
Scraping or rubbing away of a surface
Abscess
Localized collection of pus at the site of an infection
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The integumentary system and homeostasis
skin and hair protect internal organs…
vitamin d converted to calcitriol prom…
activation of vitamin D helps provide…
Nerve endings provide input to the bra…
First role of the integumentary system in homeostasis
Skeletal system homeostasis
Muscular system homeostasis
Nervous system homeostasis
skin and hair protect internal organs…
First role of the integumentary system in homeostasis
vitamin d converted to calcitriol prom…
Skeletal system homeostasis
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integumentary
defined
four functions
parts of integumentary system
skin layers
body's first line of defense to the outside world
-protects body from injury... -keeps out microorganisms... -helps t…
-skin... -hair... -nails... -sudoriferous (sweat) glands... -sebaceous (o…
epidermis... dermis... subcutaneous
defined
body's first line of defense to the outside world
four functions
-protects body from injury... -keeps out microorganisms... -helps t…
40 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chp 1: Intro (Name that System)
Antibodies
arteries
Bones
Brain
Immune System; Specialized proteins produced by B cells that…
Circulatory Syetem: Blood vessels that carry blood away from…
Musculoskeletal System; provide a resting ground for muscles…
Nervous System; The mass of nerve tissue that is the main con…
Antibodies
Immune System; Specialized proteins produced by B cells that…
arteries
Circulatory Syetem: Blood vessels that carry blood away from…
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Disorders of the Integumentary System
Acne
Athlete's foot
Dermatitis
Genital Herpes
Disorder, Common, Plugs pores and the area fills with leukocy…
Fungal infection, Contagious, given anti fungal agents to get…
A non-specific inflammation of the skin (hundreds of differen…
Viral, Blister, spreads through sexual contact, can be passed…
Acne
Disorder, Common, Plugs pores and the area fills with leukocy…
Athlete's foot
Fungal infection, Contagious, given anti fungal agents to get…
Mr. Von Human Body Systems in Pictures
circulatory system
digestive system
respiratory system
musculoskeletal system
parts of the circulatory system: heart, blood, arteries, vein…
mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine,…
nose, trachea, lungs, bronchi, diaphragm... Exchange carbon diox…
muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones... Provides framework to supp…
circulatory system
parts of the circulatory system: heart, blood, arteries, vein…
digestive system
mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine,…
Integumentary Review
General structure of skin
Epidermis layer
Dermis layer
hypodermic layer
has two major components: the cutaneous membrane and accessor…
contains ... Stratum Basale that separates epidermis from adjace…
papillary layer consist of areolar tissue that supports and n…
consist of areolar tissue with fat cells that helps absorb sh…
General structure of skin
has two major components: the cutaneous membrane and accessor…
Epidermis layer
contains ... Stratum Basale that separates epidermis from adjace…
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Integumentary System Disorders- Health Science 1
Acne Vulgaris
Athlete's Foot
Dermatitis
Eczema
Disorder of the Sebaceous glands... Sebum plugs pores, areas fil…
Contagious fungal infection common in sports lockers.... -Rx Ant…
Non-specific inflammation of skin
Acute or chronic, inflammatory skin disease... -Rx Remove or avo…
Acne Vulgaris
Disorder of the Sebaceous glands... Sebum plugs pores, areas fil…
Athlete's Foot
Contagious fungal infection common in sports lockers.... -Rx Ant…
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Integumentary Vocabulary
apocrine glands
arrector pili
burn
cutaneous membrane
cells that discharge a sticky, cloudy, and odorous secretion
smooth muscles whose contractions cause erections of hair
an injury to the skin that kills one layer or many layers of…
the epidermis and papillary layer of the dermis
apocrine glands
cells that discharge a sticky, cloudy, and odorous secretion
arrector pili
smooth muscles whose contractions cause erections of hair
59 terms
Integumentary Vocabulary
apocrine glands
arrector pili
burn
cutaneous membrane
cells that discharge a sticky, cloudy, and odorous secretion
smooth muscles whose contractions cause erections of hair
an injury to the skin that kills one layer or many layers of…
the epidermis and papillary layer of the dermis
apocrine glands
cells that discharge a sticky, cloudy, and odorous secretion
arrector pili
smooth muscles whose contractions cause erections of hair
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NMJ agents
NMJ agents
Succinylcholine - NMJ agent
Tubocurarine - NMJ Agent
Rocuronium - NMJ agent
Succinylcholine, Tubocurarine, rocuronium, cisAtracurium, Dan…
NMJ paralysis, depolarizing block, short acting due to plasma…
NMJ paralysis, competitive blocker, small fast nerves first (…
NMJ paralysis, competitive blocker, small fast nerves first (…
NMJ agents
Succinylcholine, Tubocurarine, rocuronium, cisAtracurium, Dan…
Succinylcholine - NMJ agent
NMJ paralysis, depolarizing block, short acting due to plasma…
CHAPTER 53 INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM - ADULT HEALTH
Langerhan cells ( a type of macrophage)
The hypodermis
vascular markings
Balneotherapy (Tar/balnetar)
Are also located in the epidermis
is areolar and adipose tissue, it cushions insulates and stor…
can be normal or abnormal:... -Petechiae... -Ecchymosis
therapeutic math useful in applying medication to large areas…
Langerhan cells ( a type of macrophage)
Are also located in the epidermis
The hypodermis
is areolar and adipose tissue, it cushions insulates and stor…
integumentary
FUNCTIONS OF THE SKIN
systemic Causes of Skin Disorders
local causes of skin disorders
Pruritus
Protection of underlying tissue... Insulation... Thermoregulation... S…
Immune... Endocrine... Vascular... Medication... Infection... Allergic react…
Physical trauma to skin... Cancer... Poor hygiene
most common manifestations of dermatologic disease,... Symptom o…
FUNCTIONS OF THE SKIN
Protection of underlying tissue... Insulation... Thermoregulation... S…
systemic Causes of Skin Disorders
Immune... Endocrine... Vascular... Medication... Infection... Allergic react…
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Pathology Integumentary System
Cellulitis Etiology
Cellulitis Signs and Symptoms
Cellulitis + Massage
Cellulitis Questions
Bacterial infection of the skin caused my group A streptococc…
Signs:... -sweeping red streaks... -very clear line of involved and…
-Systemically Contraindicated, highly contagious... -after treat…
-Feverish/ fealing sick?... -are you being treated?
Cellulitis Etiology
Bacterial infection of the skin caused my group A streptococc…
Cellulitis Signs and Symptoms
Signs:... -sweeping red streaks... -very clear line of involved and…
Spanish III Travel Vocab: First 15
El boleto
El boleto de ida y vuerta
El equipaje
La identificación
Ticket
Roundtrip Ticket
Luggage
Identification
El boleto
Ticket
El boleto de ida y vuerta
Roundtrip Ticket
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integumentary vocabulary
apocrine glands
arrector pilli
burn
cutaneous membrane
they secrete their products into hear follies in the armpits,…
muscle which extends from the papillary dermis to the connect…
an injury caused by exposure to heat, flame radiation, electr…
the skin
apocrine glands
they secrete their products into hear follies in the armpits,…
arrector pilli
muscle which extends from the papillary dermis to the connect…
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Integumentary Vocabulary
Apocrine glands
Arrector pili
Burn
Cutaneous membrane
Secrete their products into hair follicles in the armpits, ar…
Smooth muscles form this. Extends from the papillary dermis t…
Relatively common injuries that result from exposure of the s…
Skin. An organ composed of the superficial epithelium
Apocrine glands
Secrete their products into hair follicles in the armpits, ar…
Arrector pili
Smooth muscles form this. Extends from the papillary dermis t…
40 terms
Integumentary system
Integument
keratin
Keratinocyte
Epidermis
"covering"
a hardened protein which serves to prevent water loss in the…
Cell which secretes Keratin
stratified squamous epithelium; capable of keratinizing
Integument
"covering"
keratin
a hardened protein which serves to prevent water loss in the…
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Bone, cartilage & tissue 2/2/15
Axial skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
definitions pg 31
Cartilage (gen. characteristics)
includes;... - the skull... - the vertebral column... - thorax... - ster…
includes:... - pectoral (shoulder) girdle - scapula & clavicle... -…
...
- a subcategory of CT... - (2 CT subcategories: CT proper & gel…
Axial skeleton
includes;... - the skull... - the vertebral column... - thorax... - ster…
Appendicular skeleton
includes:... - pectoral (shoulder) girdle - scapula & clavicle... -…
Integumentary- Chapter 4
apocrine glands
arrector pili
burn
cutaneous membrane
secrete their products into hair follicles in the armpit, aro…
smooth muscles whose contractions cause erection of hairs
common injuries that result from exposure of skin to heat, ra…
the epidermis and papillary layer of dermis
apocrine glands
secrete their products into hair follicles in the armpit, aro…
arrector pili
smooth muscles whose contractions cause erection of hairs
29 terms
integumentary vocabulary
apocrine glands
arrector pili
burn
cutaneous membrane
sweat glands in the pubic and underarm areas that secrete thi…
a bundle of smooth muscle cells, forces hair to stand up
common injuries that result from exposure of the skin to heat…
skin, an organ composed of of the superficial epithelium
apocrine glands
sweat glands in the pubic and underarm areas that secrete thi…
arrector pili
a bundle of smooth muscle cells, forces hair to stand up
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Unit 2:Mechanisms of Disease & First Line of Defense: The Integumentary System and Body Membranes
health
disease
syndrome
etiology
physical, mental and social well-being
abnormality in body function that threatens health; known eti…
signs and symptoms that appear together, with no known cause
study of the factors that cause disease
health
physical, mental and social well-being
disease
abnormality in body function that threatens health; known eti…
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Integumentary Vocabulary
apocrine glands
arrector pili
burn
cutaneous membrane
secrete their products into hair follicles in the armpits, ar…
a bundle of smooth muscle cells, which extends from papillary…
common injuries that result from exposure of the skin to heat…
organ composed of the superficial epithelia
apocrine glands
secrete their products into hair follicles in the armpits, ar…
arrector pili
a bundle of smooth muscle cells, which extends from papillary…
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