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Chapter 1 A & P

Anatomy and Physiology

QuestionAnswer
Anatomy Study of the structures of the body.
Physiology Study of the functions of the body.
What does "gross mean"? Big
Macroscopic Visible to the naked eye.
Microscopic Not visible to the naked eye.
Cytology Study of cells.
Histology Study of tissues.(group of cells)
Signs are measurable, and objective give four examples. (rash, edema, fever, weight)
s/s Signs & Symptoms
If the patient complains of pain, and headache what are these examples of? Symptoms
What does vital mean? Life
How many vital signs are there when practicing in office, and what are they? 5-respiration, blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and weight.
dx disease
cx condition
Syndrome a group of symptoms related to a certain cx or disease.
DX Diagnosis
If a identification of a disease is made, what is that called? Diagnosis
CC Chief Complaint-main reason a patient (pt) seeks care.
Outcome of disease. Prognosis
Remission disappearance of signs and symptoms of a chronic disease for a period of time.
Anatomy Study of the structures of the body.
Physiology Study of the functions of the body.
What does "gross mean"? Big
Macroscopic Visible to the naked eye.
Microscopic Not visible to the naked eye.
Cytology Study of cells.
Histology Study of tissues.(group of cells)
Signs are measurable, and objective give four examples. (rash, edema, fever, weight)
s/s Signs & Symptoms
If the patient complains of pain, and headache what are these examples of? Symptoms
What does vital mean? Life
How many vital signs are there when practicing in office, and what are they? 5-respiration, blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and weight.
dx disease
cx condition
Syndrome a group of symptoms related to a certain cx or disease.
DX Diagnosis
If a identification of a disease is made, what is that called? Diagnosis
CC Chief Complaint-main reason a patient (pt) seeks care.
Outcome of disease. Prognosis
Remission disappearance of signs and symptoms of a chronic disease for a period of time.
Relapse Recurrence of disease.
Exacerbation Acute "flare up" of disease.
What is inflammation injury to? Tissue
Signs/Symptoms of Inflammation. Edema, Red, Pain, Heat
Erythema Red
RICE Rest-Ice-Compression-Elevate
What drug is administered for inflammation? Ibruprofen
NSAID Non Steril Anti Inflammatory Drug
How many Routes of Transmissions are there, and what are they? 5-Vector borne, airborne, contact transmission, common vehicle, and chain of infection.
Organism carried by insect or animal Vector borne transmission
direct feces into the wound.
Indirect transmission no handwash from pt A-----pt B
Which route transmission has indirect and direct contact. Contact transmission.
In consideration to Vector borne transmission what is biological mean? the insect has the organism in them and they transmitt it through bite.
Mechanical Vector borne transmission that is transmitted from the insect having the organism on the outside of them when touching an open wound.
Malaria Vector borne(biological)
TB Air borne- transmitted by droplets in the air.
Common Veehicle Consume contaminated goods.(ex. recall on eggs from grocery store due to syminallia.
Chain of Infection
Standard Precaution means to always assume that everyone and everything is contaminated, unless duelly noted.( ex. think guilty until prooven innocent)
ppe Personal Protective Equipment
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