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Bonewit chap 9

Troy Schultz#30 end of chap 9 terms

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adolescent individual 12 to 18 years old.
immunity resistance of the body to the effects of a harmful agent, such as a pathogenic MO and its toxins.
immunization (active, artificial) process of becoming immune or of rendering an individual immune through the use of a vaccine or toxoid.
infant child from birth to 12 months old
length (recumbent) the measurement from the vertex of the head to the heel of the foot in a supine position.
pediatrician physician who specializes in the care ad development of children and the Dx and Tx of children diseases.
pediatrics the branch of medicine that deals with the care & development of children & the diagnosis & treatment of children's diseases.
preschool child child 3 to 6 years old.
school-age child child 6 to 12 years old.
toddler child 1 to 3 years old
toxoid a toxin that has been treated by heat or chemicals to destroy its harmful properties; administered to an individual to prevent an infectious disease by stimulating the production of antibodies in that individual.
vaccine a suspension of attenuated (weakened) or killed microorganisms administered to an individual to prevent an infectious disease by stimulating the production of antibodies in that individual.
vertex the top of the head.
Created by: troyschultz