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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: 29

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

pharmacology unit one

1) absorption : movement of the drug into the blood stream after administration
2) additive effect : when 2 drugs are administered in combination and the response is increased beyond what either drug could produce alone
3) adverse drug reactions : unintentional, unexpected, reactions to drug that occur at normal drug dosage; bad
4) agonist : drugs that activate receptors and produce a desired response
5) antagonists : drugs that prevent receptor activation and block a response

Created on January 25, 2019
# of questions: 49

Graph terminology

1) a tree : a graph where the adjacency matrix have at most a value for each column
2) a vertex : the main element of a graph
3) an edge : a connection between two vertices

Created on January 19, 2019
# of questions: 3

ramification
a consequence of an action or event, especially when complex or unwelcome. "any change is bound to have legal ramifications"
1) ram·i·fi·ca·tion : a consequence of an action or event, especially when complex or unwelcome. "any change is bound to have legal ramifications"

Created on January 18, 2019
# of questions: 1

ad·vent
the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. "the advent of television"
1) ad·vent : the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. "the advent of television"

Created on January 18, 2019
# of questions: 1

sto·ic
a person who can endure pain or hardship without showing their feelings or complaining.
1) sto·ic : a person who can endure pain or hardship without showing their feelings or complaining.

Created on January 18, 2019
# of questions: 1

lex·i·cal
the meaning of a word considered in isolation from the sentence containing it, and regardless of its grammatical context, e.g. of love in or as represented by loves, loved, loving
1) lex·i·cal : the meaning of a word considered in isolation from the sentence containing it, and regardless of its grammatical context, e.g. of love in or as represented by loves, loved, loving

Created on January 18, 2019
# of questions: 1

pen·i·ten·tia·ry
a prison for people convicted of serious crimes.
1) pen·i·ten·tia·ry : a prison for people convicted of serious crimes.

Created on January 18, 2019
# of questions: 1

daz·zle
(of a bright light) blind (a person) temporarily. "she was dazzled by the headlights"
1) daz·zle : (of a bright light) blind (a person) temporarily. "she was dazzled by the headlights"

Created on January 18, 2019
# of questions: 1

leg·a·cy
an amount of money or property left to someone in a will.
1) leg·a·cy : an amount of money or property left to someone in a will.

Created on January 18, 2019
# of questions: 1

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