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SAS Weeks 1 and 2

SAS Weeks 1 and 2 Vocabulary

anemia without OR no blood cell production
anticoagulant medicine used to stop bleeding
dysuria difficult or painful urination
endothermic body temperature controlled within the body
exothermic body temperature controlled outside of the body
hyperglycemia high blood sugar
hypoglycemia low blood sugar
interdigital between the toes
intramuscular within the muscle
preoperative around or during the time of surgery
polyuria excessive urine production
postoperative after the surgery
pre-anesthetic before anesthesia
subcutaneous below or under the skin
cystocentesis surgical puncture with a needle into the bladder
ovariohysterectomy surgical removal of the ovaries and uterus
radiography the act of taking a picture using radiation
colitis inflammation of the colon
urinalysis the breakdown of urine into parts
Created by: Mrs. Talbot