biomed final - Travis Quinn Intro to BioMed Final 4/18/2008...

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Travis Quinn Intro to BioMed Final 5/13/2009 During the past eight weeks, I have thought about my dash, learned medical terminology, the laws of being a BioMed, Earl’s law, and so much more. I have been asked if I am the right fit for this field and if I am in the right place. I was also introduced to root words such as cardium, which means heart, and enteron, or intestine. I am now able to see that the prefix hyper- means over while hypo- means under and that the suffix –it is means inflammation. By knowing certain roots, prefixes, and suffixes, I am able to break down the meanings of complicated words like Tracheitis, or inflammation of the windpipe. Another very important thing that I have learned from this course is about the laws of BioMed. The term “risk vs. benefit” could be used in court to justify a BioMeds actions if the laws are broken. The following are the four laws of BioMed. 1. Above all else, do no harm 2. Ask yourself, if you do it can you undo it? 3. Don’t take credit for anything you don’t do. Don’t lie! 4. If not sure what to do, you should go and see the person that signs your check. If you don’t like what they tell you to do, go find another boss. The purpose of a medical institution is to provide care.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course BIOMED 101 taught by Professor Turner during the Spring '08 term at Western Tech.

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