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Surgical Technology Chapter 6- Biomedical Science
Computers- Hardware
CPU- Central Processing Unit
Moniter
Modem
Describes components of a computer... - On switch, Monitor, Mode…
-Silicon chip... -Coordinates the operations of the comp... -Manage…
Screen that displays the output of the computer
-Internal device or external unit with a cable inserted ... int…
Computers- Hardware
Describes components of a computer... - On switch, Monitor, Mode…
CPU- Central Processing Unit
-Silicon chip... -Coordinates the operations of the comp... -Manage…
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Biomedical Science (Chapter 6)
argon laser
bipolar mode of ESU
degrees of freedom
excimer laser
-produces blue/green light... -has plasma tube... -beam is visible…
-grounding pad not necessary... -used less frequently... -only used…
-# of ways that a robot manipulator can move... -usually has mor…
-excellent precision... -uses gas & halogens as active medium... -b…
argon laser
-produces blue/green light... -has plasma tube... -beam is visible…
bipolar mode of ESU
-grounding pad not necessary... -used less frequently... -only used…
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Chapter 6 Biomedical Science
Megabyte
Gigabyte
Applications of computers in surgery
W.T. Bovie
1,000 kilobytes
1000 megabytes
scheduling surgical patients, surgeon's preference card, pati…
1920's physicist who developed the first spark gap tube gener…
Megabyte
1,000 kilobytes
Gigabyte
1000 megabytes
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Biomedical science Chapter 6
byte
modem
USB port
CPU (CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT)
equals to ot holds one character
facilitates internet connections
opening in front or back of computer tower for insertion of a…
"brians" of the computer that coordinates the operations of t…
byte
equals to ot holds one character
modem
facilitates internet connections
64 terms
Biomedical Science Chapter 6
What is the major biomedical advance i…
What symbol is always employed within…
Which device delivers electrical curre…
Electrons revolve around the nucleus i…
b. robotics
b. @
c. active electrode
c. orbits
What is the major biomedical advance i…
b. robotics
What symbol is always employed within…
b. @
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Biomedical Science Chapter 6
Active Electrode ( Electrosurgical Pen…
Central Processing Unit ( CPU )
Circuit
Degrees of Freedom
is a disposable item that is packed and sterilized by the man…
considered to be the "brain" of the computer because it's whe…
the path that electricity travels between an energy source an…
number of ways in which a robotic manipulator moves
Active Electrode ( Electrosurgical Pen…
is a disposable item that is packed and sterilized by the man…
Central Processing Unit ( CPU )
considered to be the "brain" of the computer because it's whe…
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Chapter 6 Biomedical Science
central processing unit
coordinates operations of the computer
zip drive
CD-Rom Drive
CPU
CPU's function
convenient, portable storage
CONVENIENT PORTABLE METHOD OF STORAGE THAT HS MUCH LARGER STO…
central processing unit
CPU
coordinates operations of the computer
CPU's function
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Chapter 6 Biomedical Science
Active Electrode(bovie)
Kilobyte (KB)
Megabyte (MB)
Order (from lowest to highest) storage…
disposable item that is packed and sterilized by the manufact…
1024 bytes
1024 kilobytes
Byte, Kilobyte, Megabyte, Gigabyte, Terabyte
Active Electrode(bovie)
disposable item that is packed and sterilized by the manufact…
Kilobyte (KB)
1024 bytes
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Chapter 6 Biomedical Sciences
Robotics
The modem of a computer is a communica…
What symbols are always employed withi…
Electrons revolve around the nucleus i…
what is a major biomedical advance introduced into the OR?
telephone lines, cable network, or satellite systems
@ symbol
orbits, or shells
Robotics
what is a major biomedical advance introduced into the OR?
The modem of a computer is a communica…
telephone lines, cable network, or satellite systems
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Chapter 6 Biomedical Science
Four interactions of lasers with tissue
Co2 Laser
ND:YAG Laser
Holmium Yag Laser
The factors that beside the penetration of the Bing including…
Co2 laser has been one of the most frequently use lasers in s…
The laser consist of an yttrium-aluminum-garnet solid crystal…
This laser discharges a pulsed beam. The laser energy travels…
Four interactions of lasers with tissue
The factors that beside the penetration of the Bing including…
Co2 Laser
Co2 laser has been one of the most frequently use lasers in s…
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Chapter 6: Biomedical Science
Active Electrode
Cartesian Coordinating Geometry
Central Processing Unit (CPU)
Circuit
Transfers concentrated electrical current into another medium
Refers to Rene Descartes who invented coordinate geometry
Silicon chip located within the computer case that is respons…
The path that electricity travels between an energy source an…
Active Electrode
Transfers concentrated electrical current into another medium
Cartesian Coordinating Geometry
Refers to Rene Descartes who invented coordinate geometry
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Chapter 6 - Biomedical Science
As surgical equipment becomes more sop…
(Computers) Is the overall term used t…
Components of a Tower or Desktop Case…
It coordinates the operations of the c…
...
Hardware
1. Central Processing Unit (CPU)... 2. The Motherboard ... 3. Expan…
3. Central Processing Unit (CPU)
As surgical equipment becomes more sop…
...
(Computers) Is the overall term used t…
Hardware
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Chapter 6 Biomedical Science
Booting
.com
.org
.gov
once the computer is turned on, the CPU goes through a start-…
corporations
non profit corporations
government agencies
Booting
once the computer is turned on, the CPU goes through a start-…
.com
corporations
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Chapter 6 - Biomedical Science
As surgical equipment becomes more sop…
(Computers) Is the overall term used t…
Components of a Tower or Desktop Case…
It coordinates the operations of the c…
...
Hardware
1. Central Processing Unit (CPU)... 2. The Motherboard ... 3. Expan…
3. Central Processing Unit (CPU)
As surgical equipment becomes more sop…
...
(Computers) Is the overall term used t…
Hardware
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Biomedical Sciences (Chapter 6)
Electrocautery
Icon
Electrons
Electron Theory
Uses heated wires in direct contact with tissue to develop bl…
Small graphic symbol displaced on the monitor screen for comp…
Alternating current dependent on the flow of the subsonic flow.
Principles that govern the behavior of tiny particles know as…
Electrocautery
Uses heated wires in direct contact with tissue to develop bl…
Icon
Small graphic symbol displaced on the monitor screen for comp…
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Chapter 6 Biomedical Science ST
Active Electrode
CPU - Central processing unit
Cartesian coordinate geometry
Circuit
Transfers concentrated electrical current into another medium…
Silicon chip located within the computer case responsible for…
Refers to the 16th - century philosopher Rene Decartes, who i…
The path that electricity travels between an energy source an…
Active Electrode
Transfers concentrated electrical current into another medium…
CPU - Central processing unit
Silicon chip located within the computer case responsible for…
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SUR_100- Chapter 6- Biomedical Science
Computers in the Operating Room
Electronic
Handwriting
Sterile Processing
* Surgeon's preference cards... * Sterile Processing... * Robotics…
* Easy access... * Neat... * Accurate
* Often illegible... * Difficult to find, lost, taken with the…
* Online Ordering... * Inventory control system... - Instrument lo…
Computers in the Operating Room
* Surgeon's preference cards... * Sterile Processing... * Robotics…
Electronic
* Easy access... * Neat... * Accurate
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ST- Chapter 6 Biomedical Science
hardware
central processing unit (CPU)
monitor
using the computer
overall term used to describe the components of a computer su…
silicon chip located within case; coordinates operations of c…
screen that displays output of computer
switch on, start-up, and login
hardware
overall term used to describe the components of a computer su…
central processing unit (CPU)
silicon chip located within case; coordinates operations of c…
24 terms
Biomedical Science Chapter 6 Electricity
Mass
Electrons
Protons
Neutrons
The property of a body that causes it to have weight in a gra…
The negatively charged particles circuling the nucleus of an…
An elemental particle with a positive charge equal to the neg…
Subatomic particles equal in mass to protons but without an e…
Mass
The property of a body that causes it to have weight in a gra…
Electrons
The negatively charged particles circuling the nucleus of an…
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Chapter 6 Biomedical Science ESU and Light
generator
grounding pad
RF capacitive coupling
dieletric breakdown
the main unit that provides the source of electrical current…
only used when ESU is in monopolar mode
occurs when an alternating currents travels form the active e…
occurs when high voltage breaks down some insulating material…
generator
the main unit that provides the source of electrical current…
grounding pad
only used when ESU is in monopolar mode
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BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Other Issues In Science
1. Pluripotent stem cells
2. DNA
3. Clinical bioscience
4. Genes
What has the capability of developing into all other types of…
What is a nucleic acid found in cells and is usually in a dou…
What kind of research involves using the discoveries of basic…
The basic units of heredity are called __________.
1. Pluripotent stem cells
What has the capability of developing into all other types of…
2. DNA
What is a nucleic acid found in cells and is usually in a dou…
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Biomedical Science chapter 6 - Surgical Robots
Leonardo DaVinci
Karel Capek
1961
1961 Unimate
1495 designed and possibly built the first humanoid robot in…
• terms traced to play written in 1921... •Czech word "robota" m…
First industrial robot in US
Join the assembly line at General Motors plant to work with h…
Leonardo DaVinci
1495 designed and possibly built the first humanoid robot in…
Karel Capek
• terms traced to play written in 1921... •Czech word "robota" m…
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ST for the ST Chapter 6: Biomedical Sciences
The modem of a computer is a communica…
What symbol is always employed within…
Which device delivers electrical curre…
Electrons revolve around the nucleus i…
telephone lines, cable network, or satellite systems
@
active electrode
orbits or shells
The modem of a computer is a communica…
telephone lines, cable network, or satellite systems
What symbol is always employed within…
@
Chapter 6 Study Guide Biomedical Science
Many robots have articulated geometry…
What is a CPU?
The active electrode, or _____ is a de…
Why do most surgical facilities save s…
degrees of freedom
Central Processing Center/Coordinates operations of the compu…
free electrons
easier to update the cards & obtain accurate copy when prepar…
Many robots have articulated geometry…
degrees of freedom
What is a CPU?
Central Processing Center/Coordinates operations of the compu…
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Chapter 6: Science & Technology
El/la abogado (a)
El/la arquitecto (a)
El/la banquero (a)
El/la cientifíco (a)
Lawyer
Architect
Banker
Scientist
El/la abogado (a)
Lawyer
El/la arquitecto (a)
Architect
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Chapter 6: Science and Technology
Lawyer
Architect
Banker
Scientist
el/la abogado (a)
el/la arquitecto (a)
el/la banquero (a)
el/la cientifico (a)
Lawyer
el/la abogado (a)
Architect
el/la arquitecto (a)
26 terms
Chapter 6: Science & Technology
ambicioso
capaz
cuidadoso
eficiente
ambitious
able
careful
efficient
ambicioso
ambitious
capaz
able
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Chapter 6: Science & Technology
el/ la abogado/a
el/ la arquitecto/a
el/ la banquero/a
el/ la científico/a
lawyer
architect
banker
scientist
el/ la abogado/a
lawyer
el/ la arquitecto/a
architect
25 terms
Biomedical Technology Lesson 6
physio-
bucco-
palperbr-
-plasia
nature
cheek
eyelid
development
physio-
nature
bucco-
cheek
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Chapter 6: Science and Technology
lawyer
archrtect
banker
scientist
el abogado
el arquitecto
el banquero
el científico
lawyer
el abogado
archrtect
el arquitecto
65 terms
ST for the ST Chapter 6: Biomedical Sciences
The modem of a computer is a communica…
What symbol is always employed within…
Which device delivers electrical curre…
Electrons revolve around the nucleus i…
telephone lines, cable network, or satellite systems
@
active electrode
orbits or shells
The modem of a computer is a communica…
telephone lines, cable network, or satellite systems
What symbol is always employed within…
@
65 terms
ST for the ST Chapter 6: Biomedical Sciences
The modem of a computer is a communica…
What symbol is always employed within…
Which device delivers electrical curre…
Electrons revolve around the nucleus i…
telephone lines, cable network, or satellite systems
@
active electrode
orbits or shells
The modem of a computer is a communica…
telephone lines, cable network, or satellite systems
What symbol is always employed within…
@
65 terms
ST for the ST Chapter 6: Biomedical Sciences
The modem of a computer is a communica…
What symbol is always employed within…
Which device delivers electrical curre…
Electrons revolve around the nucleus i…
telephone lines, cable network, or satellite systems
@
active electrode
orbits or shells
The modem of a computer is a communica…
telephone lines, cable network, or satellite systems
What symbol is always employed within…
@
25 terms
Biomedical Technology lesson 6
physio
bucco
palpebr
plasia
nature
cheek
eyelid
development
physio
nature
bucco
cheek
25 terms
Biomedical Sciences and Technology
electrons
protons and neutrons
electrons
rubber
In an atom, the negatively-charged particles are called
Which particles are found in the nucleus of an atom?
Which particles are found in the valence shell of an atom?
Which of the following materials is NOT a conductor of electr…
electrons
In an atom, the negatively-charged particles are called
protons and neutrons
Which particles are found in the nucleus of an atom?
9 terms
Biomedical technology #6
Genetics
-ology
Bio scientist
-ologist
...
...
...
...
Genetics
...
-ology
...
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Spanish Chapter 6: Science and Technology
El abogado
El arquitecto
El banquero
El científico
Lawyer
Architect
Banker
Scientist
El abogado
Lawyer
El arquitecto
Architect
25 terms
BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 6
physio-
bucco-
palpebr-
-plasia
nature
cheek
eyelid
development
physio-
nature
bucco-
cheek
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BIOMEDICAL TERMINOLOGY CHAPTER 6
ESOPHAG/O
-ECTASIS
GLYC/O
SPLEN/O
ESOPHAGUS
DILATION; WIDENING
GLUCOSE; SUGAR
SPLEEN
ESOPHAG/O
ESOPHAGUS
-ECTASIS
DILATION; WIDENING
20 terms
Biomedical Terminology Chapter 6
The etiology of disease is its
A neoplasm that spreads to the other p…
An adenocarcinoma is a tumor of a(n)
A sudden and severe disease of short d…
cause
malignant
gland
acute
The etiology of disease is its
cause
A neoplasm that spreads to the other p…
malignant
171 terms
Ch. 6 Biomedical Science
Hardware
Word Processing
Central Processing Unit
USB Port
Overall term used to describe the components of an computer
Creating a document
Coordinates operation of computer, manages computer systems,…
Facilitates sending information
Hardware
Overall term used to describe the components of an computer
Word Processing
Creating a document
25 terms
Biomedical/Technology 6
physio
bucco
palpebr
plasia
nature
cheek
eye lid
development
physio
nature
bucco
cheek
9 terms
Holt science and technology chapter 6
Fossils
Relative dating
Absolute dating
Geologic time scale
Imprint of living things. Formed by pressed together by sedim…
Bottom layers->older fossils... Top layers->newer fossils... Method…
Method that measures the age of fossils or rocks in years by…
Calendar to outline the history of earth that scientists use
Fossils
Imprint of living things. Formed by pressed together by sedim…
Relative dating
Bottom layers->older fossils... Top layers->newer fossils... Method…
39 terms
chapter 6 vocab: science and technology
la technologie
l'informatique
un mot de passe
un ordinateur portable
technology
computer science
password
laptop
la technologie
technology
l'informatique
computer science
26 terms
Spanish: Science and technology chapter 6
ambicioso
capaz
cuidadoso
eficiente
ambitious
able
careful
efficient
ambicioso
ambitious
capaz
able
114 terms
Ch.6 Biomedical Science
Hardware
press POWER button
"booting"
user's name & password
describes the components of a computer... Examples: ... central pr…
first step to turn on computer
CPU goes through a start-up process referred to as?
For security purposes, a LOGIN SCREEN requests what?
Hardware
describes the components of a computer... Examples: ... central pr…
press POWER button
first step to turn on computer
8 terms
Holt Science and Technology Physical Science Chapter 6
terminal velocity
free fall
projectile motion
inertia
the constant velocity of a falling object when the force of a…
the motion of a body when only the force of gravity is acting…
the curved path that an object follows when thrown, launched,…
the tendency of an object to resist a change in motion unless…
terminal velocity
the constant velocity of a falling object when the force of a…
free fall
the motion of a body when only the force of gravity is acting…
41 terms
Chapter 6 Holt Science and Technology Life Science
DNA
nucleotide
RNA
ribosome
DeoxyriboNucleic Acid, a molecule that is present in all livi…
in a nucleic-acid chain, a subunit that consist of a sugar, a…
ribonucleic acid, a molecule that is present in all living ce…
a cell organelle composed of RNA and protein; the site of pro…
DNA
DeoxyriboNucleic Acid, a molecule that is present in all livi…
nucleotide
in a nucleic-acid chain, a subunit that consist of a sugar, a…
Holt science and technology Chapter 6
free fall
acceleration
terminal velocity
how does weight affect inertia
when only gravity is acting on the body
a change in velocity of an object
when air resistance is equal with the force of gravity
the more weight an object has the more mass it has, and it wi…
free fall
when only gravity is acting on the body
acceleration
a change in velocity of an object
41 terms
Chapter 6 Holt Science and Technology Life Science
DNA
nucleotide
RNA
ribosome
deoxyribonucleic acid, a molecule that is present in all livi…
in a nucleic-acid chain, a subunit that consist of a sugar, a…
ribonucleic acid, a molecule that is present in all living ce…
a cell organelle composed of RNA and protein; the site of pro…
DNA
deoxyribonucleic acid, a molecule that is present in all livi…
nucleotide
in a nucleic-acid chain, a subunit that consist of a sugar, a…
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