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Skin Disorders Excessive exposure to the sun, diagnosed annually in the United States (1 million cases). What is key to successful treatment to malignant melanoma?. What system undergoes an adjustment in blood flow by the skinís chemical changes?. Chemical changes in the skin produce widening and narrowing of skin _______ _______; this helps adjust blood flow to the skin.. Relaxation and _______ of the walls of blood vessels in smooth muscle tissue help adjust their diameter and regulate blood flow.. Hard
Reproductive Disorders Complete the crossword puzzle _______ aids in milk production. Lotions and deodrants can cause false _______ results on a mammogram.. Surgical procedure that can induce menopause.. _________ degree uterine prolapse involves teh cervix protruding through the introitus.. S/P a colporrhaphy a ____________ is insterted to prevent pressure on the sutures.. Very Difficult
Cell Vocabulary plant cell organelle that uses the sun for energy. found in plant cells; temporary storage of materials. makes lipids and does not have ribosomes attached to them. makes proteins and has ribosomes attached to them. chlorophyll, chloroplast, cell wall. Hard
Cell Vocabulary organelle found in plant cells that uses light energy to produce energy. membrane bound spaces used for temporary storage of materials. make proteins the cell needs to survive. makes lipids and do not have ribosomes attached to them. makes proteins and have ribosomes attached to them. Hard
Genetics trait that appears from a strong trait. a fertilized egg that receives chromosomes from each parent. threadlike structure in the nucleus made up of DNA. traits that are passed down by parents. Weak traits that appear if only 2 factors are present. Hard
exercise and activity carry cholesterol to liver for breakdown and excrettion. exercise where body's demand for oxygen is greater than can be available. force of blood against artery walls. decreases liklihood of having accidents and increases quality of life. deposit cholesterol in the body. Hard
Vocabulary A short band of tough, flexible, fibrous connective tissue that connects two bones or cartilages or holds together a joint.. Relating to or denoting glands that secrete their products through ducts opening onto an epithelium.. A type of cartilage present in the outer ear, larynx, and epiglottis.. An organ in the human or animal body that secretes particular chemical substances for use in the body. Exocrine / Relating to or denoting glands that secrete their products through ducts opening onto an epithelium.. Also called dense fibrous tissue, has fibers as its main matrix element.. Hard
INFECTION CONTROL The separation of infected persons from others.. Infection acquired in a hospital.. The organism from which a parasite obtains its nourishment.. A condition free from germs.. An organization located in Atlanta, Georgia that deals with infection control. Teenage
Making Good Decisions A prize you give yourself for accomplishing a task. One of several choices that you can make. Solving crossword puzzles might be considered one of these. Beliefs that are important to you. Honestly and respectfully defending your feelings and beliefs. Teenage
INFECTION CONTROL BASICS Single celled microbes that naturally occur on living, dead or inanimate objects. The mode of ______ is how pathogens travel to the next reservoir or host. Another name for a contagious disease. Type of transmission where microbes move across long distances by air currents. Used to treat bacterial infection. Adult
BioPsych Fill in words that best fit the blanks Motion blindness is _______ related. Higher peak _______ was measured in athletes compared to non-athletes. CIPA: Congenital Insensitivity to Pain with ___________. Inability to recognize objects despite otherwise satisfactory vision: Visual _______. Ratio of rods:cones converging in the optic nerve is about _______ : one. Teenage
Muscular System Crossword uncontrolled contractions. fusion of many rapid nerve impulses into one smooth contraction. translucent membrane over meat. paralyses face. when body has enough oxygen to produce a good supply of ATP. Hard
Vitamins and Minerals This mineral keeps your bones strong.. Helps the body form red blood cells.. Another name for Folate. An orange veggie that is a source of potassium. Something that fruits and veggies are naturally low in.. Older Children
Organ donation and Transplantation Hepato refers to which organ in the body?. In which hospital department are the organs removed?. What is the treatment of choice for most end-stage organ diseases?. Who is the first person to call when a petential donor is identified in ICU?. How many doctors are required to declare someone brain death?. Teenage
Medical Ethics standards of behavior, developed as a result of one's concept of right and wrong. the ability to think analytically, using fewer emotions and more rationality. the capacity to be one's on person. all practitioners have a specific scope of practice, from which they are licensed, certified, or registered, and from which the law says they may not deviate. focuses on the traits, characteristics, and virtues that a moral person should have. Teenage
Safety and Infection Control Bacteria, viruses, fungi, rickettsiae, and protozoa. The proper name for an infection acquired by a patient in a health care facility is a _____________ infection. Antibiotics are effective against bacteria not against. Microorganisms capable of producing disease. To live, anerobic organisms do not need. Hard
Organelles light energy. digestion. lipids. membrane factory. package proteins. Hard
Alcoholism A decline of reasoning, memory and other mental abilities. The condition in which the number of red blood cells in the blood is low. Driving under influence. A variety of symptoms that occur after the use of alcohols is reduced or stopped. Delirium tremens. Hard
Making Good Decisions Teenage Health A person who can give resourceful advice. The result of a decision or an action you take. Honestly and respectfully defending your feelings and beliefs. One of several choices that you can make. Beliefs that are important to you. Teenage
Components of Fitness Is the time taken to for a sports performer to respond to a stimulus and the initiation of their response. For example, a sprinter in the blocks responding to the starters gun. . Having an adequate range of motion in all joints of the body. It is the ability to move a joint through its complete range of movement. . Is the work done in a unit of time. It is calculated by using this equation:. Balance is the ability to maintain your centre of mass over a base of support. There are two types of balance: static & dynamic. . Is the relative ratio of fat to fat mass to fat free mass (vital organs, muscle &bones)in the body the three types of body shapes are:. Teenage
All About the Flu Solve Each Answer Flu __ usally starts in Octobler and ends in May.. You should get vaccinated for the flu every __.. The flu __ is available as a shot or nasal-spray.. __ means easily spread.. Everyone __ months and older should get a flu vaccine.. Older Children
Health and Wellness well being of body, mind, and relationships. example of a healthy vegetable. what you should wear while riding in a car. beliefs and behavior shared by a group of people. you should not get these illegally. Hard
Health study of life. examines dead body with their own eyes. pertaining to the skin. white blood cell. dereased red blood cell count. Big
Controlling Insulin Secretion The process by which the insulin is secreted by the cell. The change in potential difference opens these channels. The type of cell that secretes insulin. The sacs that contain the insulin. The final molecule that glucose is metabolised into. Adult
Healthy Choices Very small living things that you cannot see. Some kinds cause diseases. . Unintentional and not by oneís own choice.. A condition that causes harm to a person's health.. A tiny living thing that causes disease. Viruses,bacteria, and other germs are pathogens.. Any of numerous small disk-shaped bodies found in the blood of humans and any other animal.. Teenage
Health Name a drink that keeps your bones healthy. The most important meal of the day. A good way to warm up before exercise. A fruit high in vitamin C. The part of your body which pumps your blood. Easy
Drugs after prohibition ended, this substance became public enemy #1. prejudice against this group of immigrants was a driving force of the Temperance movement. stimulant that produces effects by blocking monoamine receptors. this act of legislation created a tax on the sale of opioids and cocaine. this organ is responsible for removing drugs from the body. Hard
Bacteria and Viruses monerans that feed on dead organic matter or on living things. a preparation of dead or weakened bacteria or viruses that produces immunity to a disease. a substance produced by microbes or fungi that can destroy bacteria or stop their growth. monerans that contain chlorophyll. any of mostly one-celled organisms in which the cell does not have a nucleus. Teenage
Mother / Baby babys first stool. 1/3 of pregnancy. removal of the male foreskin. yellow pigment derived from hemoglobin release with the breakdown of RBCs. morphine injected into the spinal fluid, keeps pt pain free for 24 hours. Hard
Drug Abbreviations twice a day. right now. bedtime. quantity sufficient. subcutaneous. Teenage
Pediatrics causes lyme disease. brothers and sisters of a patient. first menstrual period. e-choli is the most common cause of this infection. shots given throughout childhood to prevent disease. Teenage
Medical Terms dull continuous pain. porous condition of the bone. pertaining to the heart. elevated lipid level in the blood. no known allergies. Hard
Take the Sepsis All answers are related with sepsis marker of tissue hypoperfusion. Systemic inflammatory response syndrome. The other determinant of cardiac output. Low urine output. term for low blood pressure. Hard
Health People & Vocabulary A technique for conditioning behavior in which that behavior is followed by something desired. What theory is also known as the learning theory. According to behavorism, the processes by which responses become linked to particular stimuli and learning takes place. What perspective used by most developmentalists in which they apply aspects of each theories of development. In cognitive theory it is the state of mental balance. Hard
SEPSIS Need to look for the ___________ of infection before commencing empiric antibiotic therapy. Definition: Increase in WCC,HR,RR,temperature with no infection.. Frequently elevated in sepsis but not diagnostic.. Survival rates for sepsis are much improved with a multidisciplinary____________approach.. Minimum of 2 sets required before starting antibiotic therapy.. Hard
Fitness components goalkeepers may have this. if you have this gymnastics could be your game. you might need this to jump. walking along a rope. 100 m sprint. Teenage
Medical heredity and DNA. when the cell wilts. two monosaccharides bonded together. different feeders. basic unit of life. Hard
Tobacco Use the word-bank provided to fill in the puzzle below. Process of your body getting used to a drug. You think you need a drug to function normally. A state in which the body needs a drug to function normally . A way the body responds when a dependent person stops using a drug. A form of purswading consumers to try their product. Hard
Pankration The ...... Sea or Islands. Like a donkey. Were the Olympics are held. The front of a ship also called the Bow. A herald or an announcer. Hard
Allergies Allergies can not be ______.. Nearly half of all the _________ in the United States develop allergies.. An allergy starts when the ______ system mistakes a normally harmless substance for a dangerous invader.. If you have a severe allergy, your doctor may give you an emergency ___________ shot to carry with you at all times.. an oversensitivy to one or more common substances. Teenage
Health Difference in protein when it changes from a liquid to a dense mass. Holds the mixture together. Puts air into mixture. When starch absords liquid- while heat is present and thickens to make a liquid which turns into a gel. The following foods have this in them...meat, milk, legumes, fish, eggs. Big
medication should be taken with food. side effect of risperdal. analgesic. side effect of some antibiotics. abbreviation for common antibiotic. Hard
NURSING EPIDEMIOLOGY Prevalence of a disease within an area.. Worlwide epidemic.. A person or an animal that shows no symptoms of a disease but harbors the infectious agent of that disease and is capable of transmitting it to others.. The study of spread and control of diseases.. A specific causative agent (as a bacterium or virus) of disease. . Adult
Health worthy of praise. preventions of illnesss. to go beyond. general; having a nonproprietary name. an outbreak of a disease. Teenage
Safety ___________ comes first. always wear a _______ jacket when on a boat. stands for Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation. swim between these at the beach. stands for state emergency services. Older Children
Safety and Sanitation Complete the crossword puzzle using terms from chapter 6. Children are especially susceptible to this type of poisoning. . Single-celled or noncellular microorganisms. . To help preven cuts you should always keep knives ________.. You should wash your hands for this many seconds. (Spell out the number). Your refrigerator should never be above this temperature. (Spell out the number). Hard
Minimizing of Restraining A PASD is a device used to ______________ a resident with routine activities of daily living.. Any device that is used to restrain a resident to a tiolet or commode is __________. . The restraint assessment form is completed by the ___________ _____________. . Once the restraint is applied the resident must be checked every__________. . It restricts the resident's mobility. . Teenage
Sepsis All answers are associated with Sepsis. Marker of tissue hypoperfusion. Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome . The other determinant of Cardiac Output. Low urine output . Term for Low blood pressure . Hard
Laws & Rules for make-uo Infection Control / Makeup perms & relaxers are examples of this (2 wrds). protect client's neck from cape (4 wrds). stored in dry, closed container (2 wrds). disposable needles are considered ___ ___, and to discarded immediately. when disinfecting tools always follow ___ ___. Teenage
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