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Medial towards center
Lateral away from center
Distal away from point of attachment
Proximal closer to point of attachment
Sagittal plane cuts structure into left and right sections
Midsagittal divides body into equall left and right halves
Frontal plane (Coronal) divides body into anterior and posterior sections
Transverse plane cuts body into inferior and superior
Levels of Organization 1.cells 2.Tissues 3.Organs 4.Organ System 5.Organism
2 main body cavities Dorsal cavity Ventral cavity
Dorsal cavity contains what cavities? Cranial Spinal
Ventral cavity contains what cavities Thoracic Abdominopelvic
Thoracic cavivity contains what cavities Mediastinum - heart & trachea Pleural - lungs
what is contained in the Abdominal Cavity? Abdominal cavity-stomach, inttestines, liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen.
What is contained in the Pevlic Cavity? reproductive organs, urinary bladder, lowest part of inttsestine
Nine Regions of the Abdominopelvic region From top right to bottom left: 1.right hypochondriach 2.epigastric region 3.left hypochondriach 4.right lumbar 5. umbillical region 6.left lumbar region 7.right iliac 8.hypogastric 9. left iliac
Bodies attempt at maintaining balance Homeostasis
Subjective what pt states
Objective what is observed by nurse
3 types of assessment Initial Assesment Focused Shift to Shift
Techique of Physical Assessment IPAP Inspection Palpation Auscultation Percussion
Clean technique Medical Asepsis
Sterile technique Surgical Asepsis
Innate object that harbors patheogenic microoganisms Fomite
Strength of microorgansim Virulence
Bacteria that needs O2 Aerobic
Bacteria that can only grow in the absence of O2 Anaerobic
round shaped bacteria Cocci
rod shaped bacteria Bacilli
spiral/corkscrew shaped bacteria Spirochetes
chains of growth in a bacteria strepto
pairs of growth in a bacteria diplo
clusters of growth in a bacteria staphylo
bacteria lays domant until sutible conditions for growth exsist Spores
bacteria forms a wall around it, and is still active Capsule
Number 1 consideration to acquisition of disease is Susceptibility
1st line of defense to protect the body Skin
infection occuring at least 72 hours after admission Healthcare associated Infection (HAI)
The cell wall is made of Mainly proteins and lipids and some carbohydrates
Transport system within the cell Endoplasmic Reticulum
Protein Factories Ribosomes
transports lipids and carbohydrates Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Packing Plant Golgi apparatus
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