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The different type of wounds Contusion, incision, laceration, puncture and abrasion
What organ produces estrogen ovaries
What is urinalysis The physical, chemical and microscopic analysis of urine
Medical term for bedwetting nocturnal enuresis
what drug prevents blood clotting anticoagulants, antiplatelet, and Fibrinolytic
What is a informed consent a form that needs to be filled out by the patient to informed of the procedure and the risk that are involved.
What organs are in the digestive system throat, esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, and rectum.
How do you test for diabetes HbA1c (Glycated hemoglobin) random blood sugar test, and fasting blood sugar test
symptoms of diabetes Excessive thirst, frequent urination, extreme hunger, weight loss, high blood pressure, fatigue, blurred vision
what is a embolism obstruction of an artery
The difference between aerobic and anaerobic aerobic is the use of a lot of oxygen and anaerobic is less oxygen
What hormone is tested for a pregnancy test Human chorionic gonadotropin (hcg)
what is a pap smear a screening test to check for cancer and std
What is dysmenorrhea painful period
what is DNR do not resuscitate
bacteria shapes round, rod, and spiral
what does bile do aids in digestions by emulsifying fats enabling the absorption of fats
organs of the urinary system kidney, urethra, ureter, bladder, sphincter,
What is epinephrine and what does the body use it for A hormone secreted by the adrenal glands, especially in conditions of stress increasing rate of blood circulations, and breathing. The body uses it for the fight or flight response.
what is wbc white blood cells
what is dialysis is a process for removing waste and excess water from the blood
what is an ovum a mature female reproductive cell
what devices treat asthma meter dose inhaler, dry powder inhaler, breath-acute aerosol, and nebulizers
organs of the respiratory tract nasal passage, pharynx, esophagus, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchial, chest cavity and lungs
what is made of bone marrow RBC
methods of venipuncture vacuum tube for large veins, syringe needle for small veins, and butterfly small veins
what is bradycardia and tachycardia bradycardia is a slow heartbeat and tachycardia is a fast heartbeat
what is glaucoma a conditions of increased pressure within the eyeball causing gradual loss of sight
organs of the reproductive system Women-ovary, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, Male-testicles, prostate, penis, scrotum
what is insulin a hormone produced in the pancreas by the islets of Langerhans that regulates the amount of glucose in the blood
how to test oxygen pulse oximeter or atrial blood gas
difference between surgical and medical asepsis Medical Asepsis - Clean - Reduces or inhibits number and growth of microorganism Surgical Asepsis - Sterile - Eliminates all organisms, both pathogenic and non-pathogenic, including spores
types of immunity active passive and acquired
normal vital sign range Temp- 98.6 rectal 99.6 axillary 97.6 tympanic 98.6 pulse-60-100 older (67-80) 1yr or under 120-160 1-3 yrs old 90-140 6-12 75-105 respiratory 12-20 and B/P 120/80
purpose of pediatric growth chart tracking the physical growth of infants, children or adolescents
lb to Kg divide lb by 2.2
ml to oz 30ml=1 oz
tbsp. to ml 1 tbsp.=15 ml
fraction to decimal divide the top number from the bottom
mcg to mg move decimal three spaces to the left
grains to mg less than 1 divide by 60 1 and over divide by 15 x 1000
organs in each body system Digestive, respiratory, reproductive, circulatory, and excretory
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