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SBGR ALH 117 Safety

SBGR ALH 117 Week 5

triage assigning priority of patients according to medical need
SX symptoms
TX treatment
WNL within normal limits
CLIA clinical laboratory improvement amendments
OSHA Occupational Saftey and Health Administration
RACE remove, activate, contain, extinguish
professionalism conducts, aims, and qualities that characterize a profession
hypotension low blood pressure
pulse what can be felt on the skin as blood passes through the vessel
respiration the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide with the atomosphere, lungs and the cells of the body
blood pressure the force exerted on the artery wall as blood passes through
hypertension high blood pressure
myocardium heart muscle
BLS basic life support
angina pectoris chest pain
AED automated external defibrillator
EMS emergency medical service
syncope fainting
laceration torn wound
Created by: SBGrandRapids