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Zanibe Almaamar 1st Hour Tri 2 Week 6

1) Finance : The management of large amounts of money, especially by governments or large companies.
2) Foreign Trade : The official source for U.S. export and import statistics and responsible for issuing regulations governing the reporting of all export shipments from the U.S.
3) Free Trade : A policy followed by some international markets in which countries’ governments do not restrict imports from, or exports to, other countries.
4) Gross Domestic Product : (GDP) is a monetary measure of the value of all final goods and services produced in a period of time (quarterly or yearly).
5) Human Capital : The skills, knowledge, and experience possessed by an individual or population, viewed in terms of their value or cost to an organization or country.

Created on February 13, 2019
# of questions: 10

Zanibe Almaamar 1st Hour Tri 2 Week 6

1) Surplus : An amount of something left over when requirements have been met;an excess of production/supply over demand.
2) Tax : A compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers’ income and business profits or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions.
3) Trade : A basic economic concept that involves multiple parties participating in the voluntary negotiation and then the exchange of one’s goods and services for desired goods and services someone else possesses.
4) Training : The action of teaching a person or animal a particular skill or type of behavior.
5) Wage : Monetary compensation (or remuneration, personal expenses, labor) paid by an employer to an employee in exchange for work done.

Created on February 05, 2019
# of questions: 10


1) Unconditioned stimulus (US) Example: A puff of air in the eye : Event that naturally elicits a response in a person or animal.
2) Unconditioned response (UR) Example: Eye blink : The response that is naturally and reliably elicited by the unconditioned stimulus.
3) Neutral stimulus ( NS ) Example: : A stimulus that does not produce an automatic response.
4) Conditioned stimulus Example: : Event that elicits a response in an organism through classical conditioning.
5) Conditioned response Example: : After conditioning has occurred, the response that is elicited in the person or animal by the conditioned stimulus.

Created on February 05, 2019
# of questions: 5

skin integrity and wound care

1) braden scale : A tool that was developed for predicting pressure ulcer risks
2) debridement : the removal of damaged tissue or foreign objects from a wound
3) dehiscence : the splitting or bursting open of a pod or wound
4) desiccation : the removal of moisture from something
5) decubitis : the posture adopted by a person who is lying down

Created on February 04, 2019
# of questions: 35

Sensory and perception

1) aphasia : loss of ability to understand or express speech, caused by brain damage.
2) auditory : relating to the sense of hearing.
3) coma : a state of deep unconsciousness that lasts for a prolonged or indefinite period, caused especially by severe injury or illness
4) delirium : acute confusion
5) delusions : false beliefs

Created on February 04, 2019
# of questions: 22

Wortschatz 1: Universitätsstudium
Vocabulario 1 de Alemán I
1) Die Philologie /n : Filologia
2) Die Germanistik /- : Filologia alemana
3) Die Anglistik /- : Filologia inglesa
4) Die Romanistik /- : Filologia romanica
5) Die Hispanistik /- : Filologia hispanica

Created on February 04, 2019
# of questions: 36

First List
1) Test1 : Test1
2) Test2 : Test2

Created on February 01, 2019
# of questions: 2

week three skills lab

1) aerosol : used to treat a variety of breathing conditions.
2) ampule : a hermetically sealed small bulbous glass vessel that is used to hold a solution for especially hypodermic injection.
3) bolus : a hermetically sealed small bulbous glass vessel that is used to hold a solution for especially hypodermic injection.
4) deep vein thrombosis : A blood clot within a deep vein, typically in the thigh or leg.
5) enteric coated : Coated with a material that permits transit through the stomach to the small intestine before the medication is released

Created on January 31, 2019
# of questions: 12

CNS stimulants and depressants

1) acetylcholinesterase (AChE) inhibitor : an enzyme responsible for breaking down acetycholine; also known as cholinesterase
2) anticonvulsant : antiseizure drugs; used to for epileptic seizures
3) anthrax : a vaccine
4) blood dyscrasia : blood-cell disorders
5) botulism : food poisoning caused by a bacterium (botulinum) growing on improperly sterilized canned meats and other preserved foods

Created on January 30, 2019
# of questions: 30

week three lecture (chapter 28)

1) active range of motion : pt actively demonstrates full movement of each joint
2) aerobic exercise : requires oxygen metabolism to produce energy ex: power walking
3) anaerobic exercise : does not need energy to produce energy ex: weightlifiting
4) atrophy : wasting of muscle
5) contracture : permanent fixation of a joint

Created on January 28, 2019
# of questions: 26

Week three lecture

1) airborne transmission : occurs when microorganisms are dispersed by air currents and inhaled or deposited on the skin of a susceptible host
2) antibodies : immunoglobulin molecules that recognize invaders
3) antigen : any substance that provokes an adaptive immune response
4) asepsis : refers to freedom from and prevention of diease-causing contamination
5) bacteria : single-cell organisms

Created on January 28, 2019
# of questions: 32

Flashcard Set (1/27/2019)

1) what is a Heredity? : the passing of a trait from one parent to a offspring
2) what is a alleles? : The different forms of a trait
3) what is a Genetic? : The study of how traits are inherited
4) what does Dominate mean? : stronger then the other trait
5) what does recessive mean? : weaker than the other trait

Created on January 27, 2019
# of questions: 10

Week One

1) Accuracy : representing something in a true and correct way
2) bias : an inclination or tendency to favoritism or partiality
3) breadth : considering a topic, problem, or issue from every relevant viewpoint
4) clarity : being easily understood in thought and style
5) clinical reasoning : uses critical thinking, knowledge, and experience to develop solutions to problems and make decisions in a clinical setting

Created on January 25, 2019
# of questions: 41

Pharmacology unit two

1) assessment : phase during which an RN gathers info from the pt about the pts health and lifestyle
2) buccal : administered between the cheek and gum, stays there until it dissolves
3) compliance : complying with a wish or command
4) evaluation : RN determines whether the goals and teaching objectives are being met
5) genetic : related to heredity

Created on January 25, 2019
# of questions: 30

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