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test law wk1

law and ethics test wk1

hippocrates father of medicine
andreas vesalius chief founder of the modern study of anatomy
ambriose pare revived the use of ligatures and hemorrhage
marcello malpighi father of histology
giovanni battista morgagni founder of pathologic anatomy
crawford long first discovered how to remove small skin tumors from patients
william morton gave first public demonstration of use of anesthetic agent
joseph lister father of modern antispetic surgery
william halstead brought to use the use of tissue handling
w.t. bovie developed electro surgical units
anesthetist person who has been trained to administer anesthetic
doctor of osetopathy doctor of osteopathy; believes in fixing systems before surgery
intraoperative during surgery
medical doctor liscenced physican
postoperative after surgery
preoperative before surgery
surgical intervention allow pt to return to best physical and mental health
diagnostic determine the nature and cause of an illness
palliative relieve or alleviate symptoms
prophylactic prevent the occurrence of disease
restoractive regain pt health and strength
types of hospital religous, propriatory, non-profit, university, government
anesthesiologist physican who provides anesthia to pt
crna (certified registered nurse anesthetist) nurse who provides anesthia to the py
director of surgery responsible for everything and everyone in the or
operating room registered nurse functions as circulator and supervises all nursing activity in or
st acts as scrub person
occupational hazards standing long periods, heavy lifting, exposure to disease, exposure to radiation, long hours
who regulates hours worked in or fair labor standards act
employment opportunities or, er, central supply, burn units, cardiac cath lab, private scrub, tissue/organ retrieval, sells reps
attitude mental position
personality character traits that distinguish from others
self-esteem confidence and satisfaction in oneself
self-image mental concept one has of self
not a mutual relationship professional, theraputic
may be casual, intimate, brief or long lasting social
goal directed professional
verbal communication with words
nonverbal communication sent in ways other than words; senses
oral communication in which words are spoken aloud
written communication in which words are written
effective listening skills (ears) eye contact, attention, receptiveness, sensitivity
sharing observation with pt "you're trembling. you seem upset. am i wrong"
acknowledging the pt feelings i hate waiting here...yes it must be frustrating for you
reflecting i hate waiting here, im so frustrated....you are frustrated with waiting here
clarifying im not sure i understand. are you saying...
Created by: a1h12