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Difference between anatomy,physiology and pathophysiology anatomy is the science dealing with the structure of animal and plandts. physiology is the biological study of living organism & their parts. pathophysiology is the disordered physiological process associated with diese or injury.
What is myelin sheath and how is it regenerated by schann cells
what is R.A.C.E & P.A.S.S Rescue,Alert,Confine,Extinguish. Pull the pin, Aim the nozzle,Squeeze the handle, Sweep the base
What is the difference between quadriplegia, and paraplegia Quadriplegia is all four limbs from the neck down, and paraplegia is from the waist down.
What the diffent pulse sites popiteal- back of the knee, femoral, middle of the groin, posterior, inner ankle, dorsalis pedis- upper part of the foot
pulse sites..Continue radial-wrist below the thumb, apical apex of the heart, brachial- front of the elbow ulner- little finger temporal- front of the ear carotid- anterior side of the neck
What is the basic structures & function of cells
What is glaucoma A condition of increased pressure within the eyeball, causing gradual loss of sight.
what are the s/s of osteporosis decreased height, stooped composure, back pain, excessive smoking, drinking.
What is the statues of limitations mean The period of time to sue.
What seperates the left & right side of the heart the septum
what is the equimpent that is needed for vital signs stethoscope, thermometer, sphygmometer, and otoscope
how many bones in the body 206
what the medical term for heart attack Myocardial infarction
what the difference between Brady & Tachy Brady- slow & Tachy is fast
What the meaning of the term Orthopneic form of dyspnea in which the person can breathe comfortably only when standing or sitting erect; associated with asthma and emphysema
what the meaning of the term cerumen earwax
what the meaningof the term tinnitus ringing in ears
What is the difference between artey,vein,venule, capillary,& arteriole Atery carry blood away from the heart veins carry blood toward the heart, venule drain blood capillaries then join the vein. Capillary is where nutrient & gasses exchange arteriole can constrict or dialate changing Bp
OTC Over the counter
what does HIPPA protect the pt
What does HgB Carry Oxyge, serum, protein, and RBC
What is CVA and what are the s/s cerebrovascular accident,the s/s are sudden weakness, numbness of the face, arm or leg on one side of the body. Difficult is speaking dimmed vision or loss of vision in one eye.
How many chambers in the heart 4
what is the conduction system of the heart SA node, AV node, bundle branches, purkinje fibers
Whats the difference between axial and appendicular skeletons Axil is outside & appendicular skeleton is inside
what is CAD and what are the s/s Coronary artery disease is the narrowing or blockage of the coronary arteries, along with hardening of the arterial wall the s/s are shortness of breath & chest pain.
what vessels carry oxygen and which do not are arteries, veins, and capillaries. The blood vessels are a part of the circulatory system that usually transports blood throughout the body.
What is CVA Cerebrovascular accident which is a stoke
what is a cilia a slender hair like projections that constantly beat toward the outside to remove microorganisms from the body.
What is the tx for osteoporosos Calcuim, Vitamin D, Medicaion to help preserve calcium and get excercise
what is dysrhythmia An irregular heartbeat
What is IM, Sub C and intra dermal injections sub cutaneous is under the skin and intra dermal is in the thickness of the skin intamuscular is an injection into a muscle.
what are the three main components of blood Hemoglobin, serum, and platelets
What AU, Ad, As stand for AU is both ears AD is right ear and AS is left ear
What are the s/s of myocardial infartion A heart attack the s/s are chest pain or discomfort the pt descibes it as squeezing or crusing pressure, indigestion or burning, heavyness or aching
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