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Mod D Unit 3 Words Thompson Institute hbg

-ar pertaining to
-ary pertaining to
asphyxi/o absence of a pulse
ather/o fatty substance
brady slow
cardi/o heart
cerebr/o brain
edem swelling
-emesis vomiting
-itis inflammation
my/o muscle
myx/o mucus
-oid like, resembling
-osis abnormal condition
-pnea breathing
pulmon/o lung
-rrhexis rupture
scler/o sclera
-sclerosis abnormal dryness
thromb/o clot
trachel neck
vascul/o little vessel
ventilat/o air
xiph/o sword
asphyxia inadequate oxygen to the cells
atherosclerosis formation of fatty deposits in the arteries
bradycardia abnormally slow heartbeat
cardiopulmonary pertaining to the heart & lungs
cardiorrhexis rupture of the heart
cerebrovascular pertaining to the vessels of the brain
myocardium heart muscle
myxedema mucus swelling
thrombosis clot
xiphoid tip of sternum
ACLS advanced cardiac life support
aspirate inhaling a foreign substance into the respiratory tract
BLS basic life support
compression pushing of the sternum during CPR
coronary vessels that feed the heart muscle
defibrillation shocking of the heart muscle to stop an arrhythmia
EMS emergency medical services
exhalation breathing out
regurgitation return of swallowed food into the mouth
trauma any type of injury
Created by: shady123