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Kinn's Chapter 11

TermDefinition
Amenity Something conductive to comfort, convenience, or enjoyment
Demographic The statistical characteristics of human populations (as in age or income) used especially to identify markets
Depleted Lessened markedly in quantity, content, power, or value
Fervent Exhibiting or marked by great intensity of feeling
Flagged Marked in some way as to remind or remember that specific action needs to be taken
Harmonious Marked by accord in sentiment or action; having the parts agreeably related
Immigrant A person who comes to a country to take up permanent residence
Intercom A two-way communication system with a microphone and loudspeaker at each station for localized use
Perception A quick, acute, and intuitive cognition; a capacity for comprehension
Phonetic Constituting an alteration of ordinary spelling that better represents the spoken language, that employs only characters of the regular alphabet, and that is used in a context of conventional spelling
Progress Notes Notes used in the patient chart to track the progress and condition of the patient
Sequentially Of, relating to, or arranged in a sequence
incidental disclosure A secondary use that cannot reasonably be prevented, is limited in nature, and occurs as a result of another use that is permitted.
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