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Intervalos con alteraciones
(o cómo volverse loco de 441 formas distintas)

Created on December 01, 2018
# of questions: 0

Final 137

1) What you as the health professional observe by inspecting, percussing, palpating, and auscultating during the physical examination : Objective data
2) What the person says about himself or herself during history taking : Subjective data
3) Subjective data and Objective data, together with the patient's record and laboratory studies, these elements form the : Database
4) is the process of analyzing health data and drawing conclusions to identify diagnoses. : Diagnostic reasoning
5) Has no experience with a specified patient population and uses rules to guide performance : Novice

Created on November 29, 2018
# of questions: 20

Some reasons why online sports betting become so popular

Created on November 20, 2018
# of questions: 0

Course #2

1) Health Care System : group of people, agencies and or institutions that provide health care services to individuals in a variety of settings.
2) Health Care Professionals : individuals who wish to care for the people seeking to improve their health status
3) Ambulatory Care Centers : community centers that provide health care consultation, treatment and mediation using advanced medical terms.
4) Acute Care Hospitals : Hospitals- institution that provide care for individuals who have a disease that comes on quickly or that lasts for a short period of time.
5) Long Term Care Agencies : can be skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and hospice care.

Created on November 19, 2018
# of questions: 9

Society and Culture

1) Persons : Every person is a unique individual who develops in a social and environmental setting. Eg. Me, you
2) Society : Society is made up of people, groups, networks, institutions, organisations and systems where people belong to informal and formal groups. Eg: Australian Society
3) Culture : Culture is demonstrated by the beliefs, customs, values, norms, rules, laws, that people generate and use as they interpret meaning from their world. Culture is dynamic and undergoes change, and is therefore not static. Eg: Religious Jewish Culture
4) Environment- : Every society is located in a particular physical setting and interacts with its environment. Eg:Rural, inland, isolated
5) Time : Every person, society, culture and environment is located in a period of time Eg: Past, present, future

Created on November 14, 2018
# of questions: 22

Plant Science-Grain and Germination Flashcards

1) In 1960, a farmer fed how many people? : 26
2) What has one seed leaf inside the seed coat? : Monocot
3) What are the 2 categories that Grain can be put into? : Cereals and Legumes
4) These crops are utilized as roughage for livestock feed? : Forage Crops
5) This is the process of seeds developing into new plants? : Germination

Created on November 14, 2018
# of questions: 35

Plant Science-Grain Crops and Germination

1) What are the influencing factors? : Water, Seed, Temperature
2) What is step 1 in how the plants reproduce? : step 1: male plants release pollen
3) What is step 2 in how plants reproduce? : step 2: seed has a new location and covered with dirt it can germinate
4) What is step 3 in how plants reproduce? : step 3: seed grows a root to success water underground
5) What is step 4 in how plants reproduce? : step 4: shoots or growth above ground will appear

Created on November 14, 2018
# of questions: 35

Chapter 9

1) what are the three types of muscle tissue : Skeletal Cardiac Smooth
2) skeletal muscle : can be consciously controlled Contract rapidly; tire easily; powerful longest of all muscle and have striations (stripes)
3) Cardiac Muscle : found only in heart Striated Involuntary: cannot be controlled consciously
4) Smooth muscle : found in walls of hollow organs Examples: stomach, urinary bladder, and airways Not striated
5) what are the four main characteristics of all muscles : Excitability (responsiveness): ability to receive and respond to stimuli Contractility: ability to shorten forcibly when stimulated Extensibility: ability to be stretched Elasticity: ability to recoil to resting length

Created on November 14, 2018
# of questions: 72

Flashcard Set (13/11/2018)

1) PE : Polyethylene

Created on November 13, 2018
# of questions: 1

WW1 Terms

1) A devotion to the interests and culture of one’s nation. : nationalism
2) Building up armed forces to prepare for war. : militarism
3) One side in World War I: Great Britain, France, and Russia, later joined by the U.S. : Allies
4) One side in World War I: Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire. : Central Powers
5) A kind of biased communication designed to influence people’s thoughts and actions. : propaganda

Created on November 10, 2018
# of questions: 30

PSY1501 Flashcard
exam #2
1) tout les humains sont sensible au chose mais ont des différente ? : Perception
2) Principe qui explique je suis capable de lire du mandarin : Détection du signal
3) Ont me détecte 1/2 : seuil absolu
4) La première partie de l'oeil que la lumière franchit : la cornée
5) La quantité de lumière qui traverse la cornée varie selon la taille de ? : l'iris

Created on November 07, 2018
# of questions: 60

Chapter 6

1) what are the seven important functions of the bones : support protection movement mineral and growth factor storage blood cell formation fat storage hormone production
2) what are the four shapes of the bones : Long- longer than they are wide short- cube-shaped bones (wrist and ankle) and sesamoid bones (patella) Flat- Thin, flat, slightly curved Irregular- complicated shapes
3) Are bones considered organs : Yes because they contain different types of tissues
4) what are the three levels of structure of the bone : gross microscopic chemical
5) what is compact bone : dense outer layer on every bone that appears smooth and solid. part of the gross anatomy

Created on November 07, 2018
# of questions: 77


1) LSMA 41:Organisation : Vad är en organisation? s.16
2) Vad är en organisation? s.16 : • Aktörer - här tänker vi ofta på människor, men även de icke-mänskliga aktörerna ex. löpande banden i fabriken • Tillsammans - organisationen har något gemensamt (produkt, identitet, tjänst m.m.) som man kan se antingen inom eller utanför organisationen. För många kan det vara viktigt att se sig som en del av organisationen, det kan handla om självförverkligande eller status. • Mål - idén om att ha ett gemensamt mål. Dock inte alltid problemfritt att nå ett gemensamt mål, det kan uppstå konflikter som bromsar organisationens utveckling.
3) Formell organisation s.16 : - karakteriseras av att samarbetet är medvetet designat. • Medvetet designade samarbeten - hur man kan designa och styra en organisation för att på bästa sätt nå målet ex. ska man jobba i team, vilket inflytande ska personalen få, hur ser ledningen ut osv.
4) Vad är effektivitet? s. 17 : • Inre effektivitet - hur effektiva organisationer är när de skapar värde genom att omvandla sina resurser. Det vill säga i vilken grad de uppnår sina mål. Produktivitet är alltså ett element inom inre effektivitet. Den inre effektiviteten handlar alltså om att göra saker rätt för att nå sina mål. Inre effektivitet är inte objektivt, det förhandlas fram mellan aktörer inom organisationen. • Yttre effektivitet - skapa rätt saker i relation till sina intressenter. Kan vara att producera tjänster och varor som fyller kraven på kvalitet, pris, kostnad m.m. Det handlar alltså om den yttre effektiviteten sedd inifrån organisationen. Yttre effektivitet förhandlas också fram mellan och aktörer inom organisationen och även andra aktörer utanför organisationen. • Effektivitet kan diskuteras som 3 lager: Utan produktivitet kan organisationen inte nå inre effektivitet, men den kan ha hög produktivitet utan att ha hög inre effektivitet. Samma relation gäller den yttre effektiviteten, som är beroende av den inre.
5) Vad är produktivitet? s. 18 : - hur mycket resurser som går åt för att producera ett visst resultat • Produktivitet handlar om att maximera resursutnyttjande; här pratar man ofta om maskiner, finanskapital, personer m.m. • Om vi med en viss mängd resurser åstadkommer ett visst resultat så betyder ökad produktivitet att vi åstadkommer samma resultat med mindre resursinsats. • Produktivitet handlar egentligen inte om huruvida det resultatet vi skapade är lämpligt eller inte, det är här effektivitet kommer in i bilden. • Vad som är problematiskt? - den snäva definitionen av effektivitetsbegreppet; om effektivitet endast ska stå i fokus så kommer något annat komma utanför ex. det skulle vara kostnadseffektivt av en snabbmatsrestaurang att använda engångsartiklar men då kommer miljön i kläm.

Created on November 06, 2018
# of questions: 177

Chapt 1

1) 按 不 就 班 an4 bu4 jiu4 ban1 : one step at a time
2) 胡 说 八 道 hu2 shuo1 ba1 dao4 : to talk nonsense in 8 directions
3) 入 乡 随 俗 ru4 xiang1 sui2 su2 : when in Rome do as the Romans do
4) 妈 ma1 : mother
5) 麻 ma2 : hemp

Created on November 05, 2018
# of questions: 19

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