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PE Ch 4

Phlebotomy Essentials Ch 4

cyt cell
glyc sugar
hemat blood
lip fat
thromb clot
a- without
brady- slow
epi- over
homeo- same
poly- many
-algia pain
-emia blood
-ic pertaining to
-ism condition
-itis inflammation of
-lysis breakdown
-penia deficiency
-stasis stopping
-tomy incision
cyanotic pertaining to a blueish tint
cytology study of cell
postprandial after meal
tachycardia rapid heart rate
gycolysis breakdown of sugar
subcutaneous beneath the skin
CBC complete blood count
PT protime
PTT paritial thromboplastin time
TSH thyroid stimulating hormone
GTT glucose tolerance test
hematoma blood tumor / bruise
phlebotomy cutting the vein
hypoglycemia low blood sugar
necrosis condition of death
thrombocyte clotting cell
pathologist specialist in the study of disease
hemostasis stopping blood
toxic pertaining to poison
-ia state or condition
hem blood
hepat liver
Created by: rslagter