PBS Semester 1 Final

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The process of determining which disease/condition explains a person's symptoms and signs

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Biology

9th

Cholesterol Quizziz Code- 5331 4091

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The process of determining which disease/condition explains a person's symptoms and signs

Diagnosis

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outward behavior or bearing

Demeanor**

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Discretion & sensitivity in dealing with others

Tact**

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Ability to understand & share feelings of another person

Empathy**

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temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, blood pressure, height, weight, body mass index (BMI), lung/breath sounds

Vital signs

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A form of diabetes that usually develops during childhood/adolescence

Type 1 diabetes

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-characterized by a sever deficiency of insulin, leading to high blood glucose levels

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a signaling molecule produced by glands, induces specific effect on the cell

Hormone

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a protein hormone secreted by the pancreas; essential for the metabolism of carbohydrates and the regulation of glucose levels in the blood

Insulin

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High blood glucose leve;s

Hyperglycemia

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a mechanism of homeostasis in which a change in a physiological variable triggers a reduction in another variable (opposite directions)

Negative feedback

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a mechanism of homeostasis in which a physiological variable triggers an increase in another variable (same direction)

Positive feedback

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Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (1996)

HIPAA

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Measuring how warm your body is- thermometer (°F)

Temperature

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# of heart beats per minutes- EKG (bpm)

Heart rate

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# of breaths per minute- measured by eye (bpm)

Respiration rate

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The amount of oxygen in the blood- pulse oximeter (%)

Oxygen saturation

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The force applied to the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps blood- blood pressure cuff (mmHG)

Blood pressure

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Education: masters/ doctoral

Nurse Practitioner (NP)

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Training/certification: NCLEX & receive an RN license

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Main job duties: provider care, write prescriptions, conduct checkups, treat illnesses

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Education: associates/ bachelors in nursing

Registered Nurse (RN)

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Training/certification: NCLEX-RN, meet clinical nursing requirements, board certification

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Main job duties: assess patients, administer medication, communicate w/ healthcare team

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Education: 12-18 months=diploma, 2 years= associate's degree

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

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Training/certification: follow RNs

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Main job duties: providing basic care to ensure patients are well-cared for, they take blood pressure and other vital signs

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Cranial nerve exam- tests function of facial nerve

Facial Nerve Function

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Pencil test- tests reaction speed

Eye movement

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Beep test- tests hearing

Hearing

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Stride length with walking- tests hip alignment & knee length

Gate

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Upper extremity test- equal strength on both sides

Motor Strentgh

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Mallet- response to stimulus

Reflex

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Shining light in eyes- tests abnormal response to light (pupils should dilate)

Pupillary Response

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Testing with numbers/ pictures

Memory

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Tests peripheral vision

Peripheral vision

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Catching a ball, walking one foot in front of the other- tests someone's ability to complete a task

Coordination

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Distinct odor, plug one side and smell

Smell

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Poking with a pen- tests ability to feel

Sensation

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-immune response, fights disease

White blood cells (leukocytes)

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-low: less than 4,500 microliters

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-high: more than 11,000 microliters

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-transports O2

Red blood cells (erythrocytes

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-low: less than 3.5 million microliters

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-high:more than 6.1 million microliters

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-helps blood clotting

Platelets (thrombocytes)

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-low: less than 150,000 microliters

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-high: more than 400,000 microliters

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Carries nutrients & waste

Plasma

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The proportion of red blood cells in the blood

Hematocrit

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The oxygen-carrying protein in red blood cells

Hemoglobin

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Antibodies: Anti-A

What are the antibodies and antigens of type A blood?

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Antigens: A

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Antibodies: Anti-A

What are the antibodies and antigens of type B blood?

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Antigens: B

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Antibodies: none

What are the antibodies and antigens of type AB blood?

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Antigens: none

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Antibodies: Anti A and B

What are the antibodies and antigens of type O blood?

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Antigens: none

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Type A blood

What blood clumps with A

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Type B blood

What blood clumps with B

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Type AB blood

What blood clumps with AB

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Type O blood

What blood has no clumps

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a fingerprint pattern in which the ridge pattern flows inward and returns in the direction of the origin

Loop

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a fingerprint pattern in which the ridge pattern originates from one side of the print and leaves from the other side

Arch

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a fingerprint pattern that resembles a bull's-eye

Whorl

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Right atrium

Where do the vena cavas lead to? (Deoxygenated)

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Tricuspid valve

Where does the right atrium lead to? (Deoxygenated)

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Right ventricle

Where does the tricuspid valve lead to? (Deoxygenated)

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Pulmonary valve

Where does the right ventricle lead to? (Deoxygenated)

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Pulmonary artery

Where does the pulmonary valve lead to? (Deoxygenated)

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Lungs

Where does the pulmonary artery lead to? (Deoxygenated)

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Pulmonary vein

Where do the lungs lead to? (Oxygenated)

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Left atrium

Where does the pulmonary vein lead to? (Oxygenated)

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Mitral valve

Where does the left atrium lead to? (Oxygenated)

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left ventricle

Where does the mitral valve lead to? (Oxygenated)

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Aortic valve

Where does the left ventricle lead to? (Oxygenated)

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Aorta

Where does the aortic valve lead to? (Oxygenated)

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Body

Where does the aorta lead to? (Oxygenated)

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the specific injury, trauma, or disease that directly caused the victims death

Cause of death

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-Gunshot wound

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what happens physiologically (inside the body) to result in death

Mechanism of death

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-Exsanguination (extreme blood loss)

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they circumstances that result in death, which are designated as natural/unnatural

Manner of death

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-Homicide, natural causes, unknown, accidental

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The variable being changed, X-axis

Independent variable

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The variable being measured, y-axis

Dependent variable

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  1. Cell

Organ system order (smallest to largest)

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  1. Tissue

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  1. Organ

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  1. Organ system

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# of cuts + 1

How to determine the number of pieces in a gel

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# of pieces - 1

How to determine the number of cuts in a ge;

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Adenine (A) and Guanine (G)

What are the purines?

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Cytosine (C) and Thymine (T)

What are the pyrimidines?

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T

What does A pair with?

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G

What does C pair with?

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A

What does T pair with?

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C

What does G pair with?

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glucose level, electrolytes, blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatine

What are the parts of the Basic Metabolic Panel (BMP)

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