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Immunization

Varivax Chicken pox Live vaccines? MMR MMRV Varivax (varicella) Zostavax Zoster yellow fever LAIV *separated by at least 4 weeks Separation time between measles and varicella (Varivax) vaccines? Depends on which product is given first: Vaccine –> wait 2 weeks …

    Mastering Microbiology Chapter 13

    What happens to the packaged DNA of a specialized transduced phage when it infects a new recipient cell? The host DNA integrates, with the prophage, into the new recipient chromosome Which of the following is true concerning a lysogenic viral …

      Spinal Chapter 17

      Describe the protective structures of the spinal cord: Bony vertebrae Meninges: 3 layers 1 DURA MATER =most superficial layer, forms a sac from level of foramen magnum in occipital bone, where it is continuous w dura mater of brain to …

        Carpentry – Roofing – Grade 11

        square a plane figure with four equal straight sides and four right angles. 3-tab shingles Roofers refer to a shingle as 3-Tab because it is made up of three individual tabs that are a 12″ wide. 3-Tab shingles come in …

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          Chapter 5

          A hypothetical cell that responds to only one specific visual stimulus is referred to as a ____. feature detector To construct a three-dimensional image, we ____. use monocular and binocular cues How does the brain process visual information? Visual information …

            Skin and Body Membranes

            serous fluid Clear, watery fluid secreted by cells of a serous membrane. arrector pili Tiny, smooth muscles attached to hair follicles; cause the hair to stand upright when activated. serous membrane Membrane that lines a cavity without an opening to …

              MasteringMicrobiology – A#15 Skin & Wounds

              Which of the following would NOT be a likely member of the normal microbiota of the skin surface? obligate anaerobe Which of these would NOT describe characteristics of the normal microbiota of the skin? Gram-negative Which of the following does …

                Nurselogic: Testing & Remediation

                1) A nurse is reinforcing to a client who was recently prescribed a 2,000 mg sodium-restricted diet. Which of the following nutritional selections by the client indicates a need for further testing? ¾ cup of canned tomato juice 2) A …

                  Herpes Zoster–Shingles and Urticaria

                  Herpes Zoster dt Acute-first stage sx Burning stabbing pain on affected skin area, small bead rash, slight fever, fatigue, poor appetite, decreased sleep, weight loss. With continued development, small vesicles quickly develop into small groups of blisters arranged in bands. …

                    Medical Term Chapter 6

                    Against anti- Eat, swallow phag/o Lymph node lymphaden/o Lymph vessel lymphangi/o Poison tox/o Flesh sarc/o Formative material of cells -plasm Protection, safe immun/o Spleen splen/o Tumor onc/o Bacteria capable of movement spirochetes Chain-forming bacteria streptococci Cluster-forming bacteria staphylococci Live only …

                      US History Chapter 21

                      Which group experienced an early depression in the 1920s? farmers during the 1920s, the US economy moved through which phase of the business cycle expansion/peak In 1929the stock market crashed because investors lost confidence in the market and rushed to …

                        Medical Terminology Ch. 7 Respiratory System

                        Respiratory System Brings oxygen into the body for transportation to the cells. It also removes carbon dioxide and some water waste from the body. Upper Respiratory Tract Consists of the nose, mouth, pharynx, epiglottis, larynx, and trachea. Lower Respiratory Tract …

                          OTC 3

                          Muscle pain/muscle strain macro-trauma excessive force Muscle pain/ Muscle strain Micro trauma over use Bursitis friction between tendon and bone or skin and bone, swells up and fluid builds up- rarely drained. oral analgesics are best Sprains ligament- partial or …

                            A&P 23

                            Which of the following organs is not part of the lower respiratory system? A) oropharynx B) trachea C) larynx D) bronchi E) alveoli A Air entering the body is filtered, warmed, and humidified by the A) upper respiratory tract. B) …

                              Chicken Pox & Shingles

                              Chicken pox is caused by the ___ virus. varicella-zoster Varicella zoster is a member of the ___ family. herpes The chicken pox virus inserts various proteins in surface of cell so that when it buds out it has…. glycosylated proteins …

                                CPT & ICD 9 – 10 Codes for Niccollai Medical Center

                                36415 Collection of Venous Blood by Venipuncture 99000 Collection of Specimen 90736 (Zoster) Shingles vaccine, for subcutaneous injection $270.00 86580 Mantoux $30.00 If positive, chest X-ray $115.00 90474 Administration of vaccine each additional dose Age 19+ $20.00 90471 Immunization Administration …

                                  Microbe Mission Science Olympiad 2016-2017

                                  What is a Microbe? A microbe is a tiny organism that the naked eye cannot see. Microbes involve many organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and other organisms. a microscopic form of life including bacterial, archaeal, fungal, and protozoal cells …

                                    PN COPD w/ Pneumonia (Evolve)

                                    Which data should the PN collect next? Auscultate breath sounds The PN recognizes which finding supports Dan’s diagnosis of pneumonia? Pulse rate of 115 Dan’s ABGs are: pH- 7.28 pCO2- 55 HCO3- 25 pO2- 89 Based on these ABG results …

                                      Chickenpox and Shingles

                                      etiology (Chickenpox and Shingles) Varicella-zoster virus (causes chicken pox)- enveloped dsDNA virus (HHV3) Shingles is local. transmission (Chickenpox and Shingles) Transmitted by the respiratory route, ~2 wks incubation, highly contagious signs and symptoms (Chickenpox and Shingles) High fever, skin rash, …

                                        APEA PRACTICE QUIZ

                                        The diagnosis that must be considered in a patient who presents with a severe headache of recent onset with neck stiffness and fever is: A. migraine headache. B. subarachnoid hemorrhage. C. glaucoma. D. meningitis. D A 6 year old African-American …

                                          Pathophysiology Chapter 19

                                          What happens in the lungs when the diaphragm relaxes? a. Air is forced out of the lungs. b. Lung volume increases. c. Intrapulmonic pressure decreases. d. Intrapleural pressure decreases. A The respiratory mucosa is continuous through the: 1. upper and …

                                            parasites and pathagens

                                            Who is susceptible to norovirus? Any one of any age but especially people who arevery old or young or have compromised immune system How did norovirus get its name? It originally had the name Norwalk virus when it was discovered …

                                              HOSA Pathophysiology

                                              Highly contagious skin infection caused by the the streptococci or staphylococci organisms. Impetigo Bone inflammation usually caused by a pathogenic organism Osteomyelitis Overstreching of or injury to a muscle and/or tendon. Strain Acute inflammation of nerve cells and is caused …

                                                Micro Chapter 21 (Mult Choice + TF)

                                                Which is incorrect about Mycoplasma pneumoniae: A. has birds as a reservoir B. common cause of primary atypical pneumonia C. initially causes fever, malaise, sore throat, headache D. after 2 to 3 weeks develops into an unproductive cough and earache …

                                                  brain cancer/ asthma/ childhood immunizations/ shingles

                                                  Brain tumor research center founded by Charles Wilson in 1960’s Charles Wilson o New idea of treatment for brain cancer chemotherapy. Causation of brain cancer o Mutations in cells. o Tumors from elsewhere in body. o Radiation, genetics, smoking, or …

                                                    Dermatomes and Shingles

                                                    Dermatomes area of skin in which sensory nerves derive from a single spinal nerve root Shingles Painful blistering skin rash, caused by same virus as chicken pox, dormant and lives in Nervous System, affects where virus is residing, not contagious …

                                                      Dermatology

                                                      Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Presentation classic rash – small red spots (petechiae) that starts to erupt on both the hands & feet (including palms & soles) that rapidly progress toward the trunk until they become generalized. Rash appears on the …

                                                        Ch. 21,22,23

                                                        The primary function of the respiratory system is _____. gas exchange Functionally, the respiratory system can be divided into two parts: the ____ airways through which air moves as it passes between the atmosphere and the lungs, and the ____ …

                                                          GCH 332: Psychoactive Drug, Stress and Physical Health

                                                          During the stress response, which of the following changes does NOT occur as a result of epinephrine being released? Air passages constrict and allow less air into the lungs. An individual with a Type C personality is characterized by having …

                                                            Chapter 24: Microbial Diseases of the Respiratory System

                                                            Answer: D 1) Which of the following statements about otitis media is false? A) It is caused by Streptococcus pyogenes. B) It is a complication of tonsillitis. C) It is transmitted by swimming pool water. D) It is caused by …

                                                              Bio227 ch22 short answers

                                                              105) The partial pressure gradient for oxygen (in the body) is much steeper than that for carbon dioxide. Explain how equal amounts of these two gases can be exchanged (in a given time interval) in the lungs and at the …

                                                                Chapter 5 practice quiz

                                                                biochemical secretions that trap and kill microorganisms include A. hormones B. neurotransmitters C. earwax D. gastric acid C when an aide asks the nurse what is a purpose of the inflammatory process, how should the nurse respond A. to provide …

                                                                  Microbiology Ch. 38

                                                                  Appoximate number of viruses that infect humans? 5 State the scientific name for chickenpox. Varicella Describe the symptoms of the chickenpox? Fatigue, fever, loss of appetite, headache, sore throat What is reactivated chickenpox called? Shingles State the scientific name for …

                                                                    NCLEX Precautions

                                                                    Respiratory Syncytial Virus Contact Precautions Scabies Contact Precautions S. aureus Contact Precautions Croup Contact Precautions Group A Strep/Staph Contact Precautions Stool salmonella infant Contact Precautions Cellulitis Contact Precautions Kawasaki Disease Standard Precautions Lyme Disease Standard Precautions Mononucleosis Standard Precautions Cutaneous …

                                                                      Leadership ATI-A

                                                                      confidentiality tell client’s partner that his wife’s lab results cannot be disclosed w/o her permission advance directives will take effect when pt is unable to make health care decisions; client can make changes to it any time, signature with witness …

                                                                        Chickenpox & Shingles Viral Skin Infection

                                                                        Layers of Skin infected epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous, adipose Types of Skin Infections dermatitis & folliculitis Types of Lesions from Skin Infections stye, furuncle (boil), carbuncle, macule, papule, vesicle, pustule Chicken Pox & Shingles Viral Disease Stats of Chickenpox & shingles …

                                                                          medical terminology 7

                                                                          What structure acts as a lid to prevent food from entering the lungs? a. epiglottis b. thyroid cartilage c. larynx epiglottis A flap of tissue that seals off the windpipe and prevents food from entering. Which term describes the abnormal …

                                                                            Chapter 7

                                                                            atel/o incomplete, imperfect bronch/o; bronchi/o bronchi cyan/o blue -ectasis dilatation or distension of a hollow organ laryng/o larynx ox/i; ox/o; ox/y oxygen pharyng/o pharynx phon/o sound pleur/o pleura -pnea Breathing pneum/o; pneumon/o; penu- lungs pulm/o; pulmon/o lung tachy- fast; rapid …

                                                                              ATI Med-Surg: Immune

                                                                              Education program about testicular cancer Examine testicles immediately after showering Viral Pneumonia with history of COPD Report left shift in WBC differential SLE Wear gloves when it’s cold – RAYNAUD’S SYNDROME (painful vasoconstrction in fingers with cold temps) DECREASED UO …

                                                                                Chapter 19 JONES

                                                                                What happens in the lungs when the diaphragm relaxes? Air is forced out of the lungs. The respiratory mucosa is continuous through the: 1. upper and lower respiratory tracts 2. nasal cavities and the sinuses 3. nasopharynx and oropharynx 4. …

                                                                                  Dangers of Immobility

                                                                                  Hypostatic Pneumonia Respiratory System Immobility Dangers Hypostatic pneumonia is inflammation of the lungs caused by lack of adequate movement. Hypostatic Pneumonia CAUSE Lack of chest expansion, poor position, stasis of fluid and/or circulation in the lung fields, inadequate ventilation caused …

                                                                                    Medterm Ch. 8

                                                                                    In the term pneumonia, what does the root mean? lung, air In the term lobectomy, what does the suffix mean? surgical removal of In the term endotracheal, what does the prefix mean? inside Antibiotics are used when_________________________: when a bacterial …

                                                                                      Ch 22

                                                                                      Staph. aureus, Strep. pneumonia, Morexella catarrhalis and Hemophilus influenza are normal microbial flora of the: Upper Respiratory System Streptococcal pharyngitis- caused by streptococcal inflammation of the pharynx is commonly known as -strep throat Pharyngitis can progress into -scarlet fever (scarlatina) …

                                                                                        Biology Chapter 16 Review Questions

                                                                                        In his work with pneumonia-causing bacteria and mice, Griffith found that a. The protein coat from the pathogenic cells were able to transform nonpathogenic cells. b. heat-killed pathogenic cells caused pneumonia. c. Some substance from pathogenic cells were transferred to …

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