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Phlebotomy Joy 2018

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Which of the following are causative agents Bacteria, viruses, protozoa, fungi
Microorganisms that cause disease are Pathogenic
An infection is The invasion and growth of a pathogen
The most frequently occurring laboratory nosocomial infection is HBV
Patients within a neonatal ICU burn unit the recovery room are in Reverse isolation
A patient who has diarrhea and bacterial Gastroentertis is placed on Enteric isolation
In proper cleansing I have a vina puncture site can cause SEPTICEMIA
A pathogen is And infectious disease causing microorganisms
A nosocomial infection is And infection picked up within the healthcare institution
When you exhale you rid the body of Carbon dioxide
Substances that speed up digestion are called Enzymes
Which kind of muscle straightens Extensor
The beginning of a muscle is attached to a bone that the muscle cannot move. This is called Origin
Three kinds of muscles in the body are Voluntary, involuntary, cardiac
The appendicular and the axle are two main divisions of the Skeleton
The location where bones come together is called Junction
Groups of cells working together to perform the same job are called Tissues
The blood cells that carry oxygen or Red blood cells
The building blocks of all living things Cells
Anatomy is The structure of the human body
Physiology is The function of the human body
Blood in the urine is called Hematuria
The master gland Pituitary gland
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