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Chpts. 23 & 26 Terms


Device used to emit air,water,and a combination of both. Air/water syringe
Microrganisms that accumulate on surfaces inside moist environments. Biofilm
A procedure done to a patient once a long dental procedure is finished. Complete mouth rinse
Thin latex or latex-free barrier used to isolate a tooth or teeth during treatment. Dental dam
Triangular-shaped, absorbent wafer-like pad used for moisure control. Dry angle
Device used to remove saliva, blood, water, and debris from a patient's mouth. High-volume evacuator
Process of keeping the operative area or teeth separate and dry. Isolation
A procedure done on a patient when there is a pause during a dental procedure. Limited area mouth rinse
The process of removing debris from the oral cavity during a operative procedure. Oral evacuation
Device used to remove small amounts of saliva or water from the oral cavity. Saliva ejector
Pertaining to the arm. Brachial
A slow heart rate. Bradycardia
The pulse felt at the neck on either side of the trachea. Carotid
The bottom number of a blood pressure reading. Diastolic
The exhaled portion of a respiration. Expiration
The inhaled portion of a respiration. Inspiration
Pertaining to the bone of the forearm. Radial
Instrument used to take blood pressure readings. Sphygmomanometer
The top number of a blood pressure reading. Systolic
A fast heart rate. Tachycardia
Created by: mgarrett