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Respiratory

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OR/O or STOMAT/O ORAL CAVITY (MOUTH)
HERPETIC STOMATITIS INFLAMATION OF ORAL CAVITY CAUSED BY HERPES.-COLD SORES-FEVER BLISTERS-
RHINOPLASTY SURGICAL REPAIR OF THE NOSE
PHARYNG/O PHARYNX or THROAT
TRACHE/O TRACHEA or WINDPIPE
LARYNG/O LARYNX or VOCAL CORDS
ADENOID/O ADENOIDS (lymph tissue)
ADENOIDECTOMY SURG. REMOVAL OF ADENOIDS DONE USING AN adenoidotome
EPIGLOTT/O EPIGLOTTIS(LID OVER THE LARYNX)*OPENS TO BREATHE AND CLOSES TO SWALLOW*
BRONCH/O or BRONCH/I BRONCHI (TWO MAIN AIRWAY BRANCHES OFF TRACHEA)
BRONCHIOL/O BRONCHIOLES (SMALL BRONCHI)
ALVEOL/O ALVEOLI (MICROSCOPIC AIR SACS AT THE END OF SMALL BRONCHI) *USED FOR RESPIRATION*
RESPIRATION EXCHANGE OF GASSES
PLEUR/O PLEURA(E) MEMBRANE SURROUNDING EACH LUNGS TO PROTECT THEM FROM THE RIBS. *PLEURITIS or PLEURISY
PNEUM/O-PNEUMON/O-PNEUMAT/O-PULMON/O LUNG or AIR
SINUS/O SINUS (CAVITY)
MUC/O MUCUS-THICK VISCOUS LIQUID MUCOUS MEMBRANES- TISSUE THAT SECREATS MUCUS.
ORTH/O STRAIGHT
ORTHOPNEA(ORTHOPNIC) STRAIGHT BREATHING*PERSON MUST SIT UP IN ORDER TO BREATH EASIER* HAS=PNEA IS=PNIC
OX/0 or OX/I OXYGEN
HYPOXIA CONDITION OF DEFICIANT OXYGEN
PY/O PUS
SPIR/O BREATHE
-ECTASIS DILATION
BRONCHI ECTASIS DILATION OF A BRONCHUS
RADI/O X-RAYS
COPD CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE
HEMOPTYSIS EXPECTORATING(COUGHING UP) BLOOD
HEMATEMESIS VOMITING BLOOD
ARDS ADULT RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME
CROUP BARK LIKE A COUGH (SEAL)
CF CYSTIC FIBROSIS
PERTUSIS WHOOPING COUGH
DPT DIPTHERIA, PERTUSSIS, TETANUS
PLEURAL EFFUSION FLUID IN LUNG
PULMONARY EDEMA FLUID IN A LUNG
EDEMA SWELLING
PCP OCCURS IN PEOPLE WITH AIDS
PE PULMONARY EMBOLISM (FLOATING CLOT)
TB TUBERCULOSIS
PPD INTRADERMAL TEST FOR TB
URI UPPER RESP. INFECTION
LOBES SECTIONS
PFT PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTS
CT COMPUTERIZED AXIAL TOMOGRAPHY
TOMOGRAPHY XRAY PICTURE SLICES
SARS SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROM
ATELECTASIS COLLAPSED LUNG
VPS VENTILATION PERFUSION SCANNING
ABG ARTERIOLE BLOOD GASSES
LTB LARYNGOTRACHEOBRONCHITIS-INFLAMATION OF LARY. TRAC. AND BRONC.
FLU INFLUENZA
VENTILATOR DEVICE THAT PUSHES AIR IN AND OUT OF LUNGS
MUCOPURULENT MUCUS AND PUS
PURULENT PUS
NEBULIZER DEVICE THAT DELIVERS VAPORIZED MEDICINES-SAME AS VAPORIZER
HYPOVENTILATION DEFICIENT DEPTH OF BREATH(SHALLOW)
CXR CHEST X RAY
HYPERVENTILATION EXCESSIVE BREATHING-TACHYPNEA-HYPERPNEA
DIAPHRAGM MAIN MUSCLE OF VENTILATION
HICCUP SPASM OF THE DIAPHRAGM
ASPIRATE DRAW IN OR OUT BY SUCTION
ASPHYXIA SUFFOCATION-CAUSED BY ANOXIA
MUCOID RESEMBLING MUCUS
EUPNEA NORMAL BREATHING
INTUBATION PROCESS OF INSERTING TUBE
ET ENDOTRACHIAL TUBE-INST. USED TO INSERT IS A LARYNGOSCOPE
AMBU BAG BAG USED TO VENTILATE AN APNIC PATIENT
SPUTUM/PHLEGM MUCUS EXPELLED FROM LUNGS
COPIUS LARGE AMOUNT
PNEMOTHORAX AIR IN THE CHEST
SX SUCTION
HX HISTORY
NPPV NONINVASIVE POSITIVE PRESS. VENTILATION-BREATHING TREATMENT
EXPECTORATE EXPELL SPUTUM FROM LUNGS
ANOXIA NO OXYGEN
ENDOSCOPY USUALLY LIGHTED INS. TO VIEW WITHIN
OXIMETRY PROCESS OF MEASURING OXYGEN
APHONIA CONDITION OF NO SOUND
DIAPHRAGMATIC PERTAIN TO DIAPHRAGM
TX TREATMENT
SOB SHORTNESS OF BREATH
OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA (OSA) AIRWAY OBSTRUCTED CAUSING APNEA WHILE SLEEPING
PNEUMOCONIOSIS ABNORMAL CONDITION OF A LUNG CAUSED BY DUST
CONI/O DUST
RHINOMYCOSIS ABNORMAL CONDITION OF NOSE CAUSED BY FUNGUS
MYC/O FUNGUS
APEX SUPERIOR or TOP
CHEYNE STOKES RESPIRATION ALTERNATING BETWEEN APNEA AND TACHYPNEA
HEART LUNG MACHINE RESPIRATES BLOOD WHEN HEART IS STOPPED FOR SURGICAL PROCEDURES
TPR and BP TEMP, PULSE, RESPIRATION, BLOOD PRESSURE
PULMONARY TOILET 1. USED TO CLEAR LUNGS OF SPUTUM -TC AND DB TURN, COUGH AND DEEP BREATHE -PERCUSSION AND VIBRATION, CLAP AND SHAKE -POSTURAL DRAINAGE, LYING PRONE WITH HEAD LOWER THAN FEET.
PERCUSSION TAPPING ON BODY FOR DIAGNOSTIC SOUND
RALES CRACKLING SOUND IN LUNGS HEARD DURING ASCULTATION
RONCHI WHEEZING
STRIDOR HIGH PITCHED SOUND INDICATES THAT AIRWAY IS OBSTRUCTED
PRODUCTIVE NONPRODUCTICE SPUTUM PRODUCED SPUTUM NOT PRODUCED
ANTITUSSIVE COUGH SUPPRESSANT
C AND S CULTURE AND SENSITIVITY. TEST TO GROW BACTERIA AND DETERMINE BEST ANTIBIOTIC
CX CULTURE
RT/IT RESP. THERAPY. INHAL. THER.
DYSPHONIA CONDIT. OF DIFFICULTY MAKING SOUNDS
DOE DYSPNEA ON EXERTION
HYPOXEMIA BLOOD CONDIT. OF DEFICIANT O2
IS. INCENTICE SPIROMETRY TEST TO MEASURE ABILITY TO SELF VENTILATE
EPISTAXIS NOSE BLEED
NASAL CANNULA METHOD OF DELIVERING O2 VIA NASAL PRONG
FISTULA ABNORMAL PASSAGEWAY
DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING MRI, CAT, RADIOLOGY, NUCLEAR MED. ULTRA SOUND
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