Category: Flashcards

  • Nervous System Reverse Definitions

    Question Answer A collection of nerve bodies ganglion A large bundle of axons wrapped in connective tissue nerve A long, single projection that transmits impulses from the cell body axon Functional connection between two neurons or between a neuron and its effector organ (muscle or gland) is a gap or space A progressive, degenerative disease […]

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  • CH 2

    Term Definition Sagittal Divides the body in slices RIGHT to LEFT Coronal Divides the body into slices FRONT to BACK Transverse Divides the body into slices TOP to Bottom Dorsum Top of hand OR Top of foot Proximal Closer in to the center Distal Farther away from the center Cranial Toward the top (on scull) […]

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  • Y2- NMB Unit Pharm MOA

    Question Answer Phenytoin (Dilantin) Selectively binds to inactivate Na+ channels and decrease Glutamate release from excitatory presynaptic neurons. Carbamazapine Stabilizes the inactivated state of Na+ channels. Potentiate GABA receptors. Lamotrigine Blocks voltage gated Na+ channels. Decrease release of Glutamate from excitatory NTs Valproic acid Increase Na+ channel inactivation. Inhibits GABA transaminase Gabapentin Binds to presynaptic […]

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  • CHAPTER 22 ¦ PHARMOCOLGY

    Question Answer Anaphylactic Shock life-threatening, hypersensitive reaction to food or drugs. Bacteriostatic stopping or controlling the growth of bacteria Buccal Medication medication placed in the mouth next to the cheek Chemical Name the description of the chemical structure of the drug Chemotherapy treatment of diseases using drugs that have a specific deadly effect Contraindication special […]

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  • Physical Therapy & Rehabilition Chpt 54 pgs. 808-829

    Question Answer Cold therapy is also known as Cryotherapy Cryotherapy benefits include; 1.Pain reduction 2.Pyrexia (fever) reduction 3.Bleeding control due to vasoconstriction 4.Reduce swelling (edema) 5.Reduce inflammation 6.Decrease muscle spasms 7.Reduce pyogenisis (pus creation) Cryotherapy should be applied for how long following a trauma? For 48hrs. following RICE stands for? Rest Ice Compression Elevation Extra […]

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  • Exam 1

    Term Definition -algia pain -asthenia weakness -cele protrusion, hernia -dynia pain -cytosis too many cells -ectasis dilated -edema swelling -emesis vomiting -emia blood condition -ia state, condition -iasis abnormal condition -ism state of, condition -itis inflammation -lith stone -lysis destruction -lytic destruction -malacia abnormal softening -megaly enlargement, large -oma tumor -osis abnormal condition -pathy disease […]

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  • Physical Therapy & Rehabilition Chpt 54 pgs. 808-829

    Question Answer Cold therapy is also known as Cryotherapy Cryotherapy benefits include; 1.Pain reduction 2.Pyrexia (fever) reduction 3.Bleeding control due to vasoconstriction 4.Reduce swelling (edema) 5.Reduce inflammation 6.Decrease muscle spasms 7.Reduce pyogenisis (pus creation) Cryotherapy should be applied for how long following a trauma? For 48hrs. following RICE stands for? Rest Ice Compression Elevation Extra […]

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  • Allied Health Muscles

    Question Answer How many muscles are in the human body? 650 About how much weight do muscles take? About half What are the 3 main functions of the muslces? body movement, makes form and shape of the body, maintains body temperature What are the 3 types of muscles? smooth, cardiac, skeletal What is contractibility? The […]

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  • Terminology Combining Forms

    Term Definition acous/o hearing ambly/o dull, dim aque/o water astr/o star audi/o hearing audit/o hearing aur/o ear auricul/o ear blephar/o eyelid cephal/o head cerebell/o cerbellum cereb/o cerebrum choroid/o chorion (membrane surrounding fetus) chromate/o colour clon/o clonus (turmoil) cochle/o cochlea (spiral organ inside the ear) conjunctiv/o conjunctive cor/o pupil core/o pupil corne/o cornea cortic/o cortex crani/o […]

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  • Test 2: Quality & Performance Improvement

    Question Answer The interrelated activities in HC organizations that promote effective and safe patient outcomes across services and disciplines within an integrated environment. Processes The final results of care, treatment, and services in terms of the patient's expectations, needs, and quality of life, which may be positive and appropriate or negative and diminishing Outcomes Focuses […]

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