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Unformatted text preview: 9/13/2017 Medical Tem'Iinlogy Express: A Short Course by Body System, 2nd edition PRINTED BY: dfda9305b52al [email protected] Printing is for personal, private use only. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted without publisher's prior permission. Violators will be prosecuted. I Term Wm Meanlng 2pm ip-NE-a deskated DES-x-kMEd We: disvaE-i EKG fibrilhtlon fi-btn—A-shon malaise mi-LAZ myocardial infarction mI-o-KAR-dbil m—FARK shun ST segment-T wave syncope SIN-k611i tachyardia ak-e-KAR—de—i dvroidemny thi—toyd-EK—ob-mé @ DavisPWI Mpovw'sw Chart Notes 129 €12.35.qu ofr MBMV‘G %2£Eic~\\§ W33) 4'“ (‘me MKBHAH. Mm 9° NM 00me on g? gnnzrafi badd\ WW or cMScom-Q-or‘r ‘11 WP .Wnfifl_ o\MlLe.—k'\bn or ML OJ“ mlowsvr‘moxfixa MIA W Feud... wveu or— AWL—”W‘s roch <3ch 5‘3 SWW Visit Medical Twinning a: DavisP/us Online Raource Center. Use' It to practice pronunoations and reinforce the meanings ofthe terms in due. char: none. https://ereader.chegg.coml#lbooksl97808036421 19/cfil158ll4/[email protected]:47.7 4/5 9/13/2017 PRINTED BY: [email protected] Printing is for personal, private use only. No part of this book may be reproduced or Medical Terminlogy Express: A Short Course by Body System, 2nd edition transmitted without publisher's prior permission. Violators will be prosecuted. 130 cnarrtn s lemon-m Myocardial Infarction Read medimnotethatfollowsaloud. Underline mytermyouhavenwblepmnouneingormnnot define. Ifnuded,refertod1eTerminologyseuiononpage3128 and129fiwrconectpronunciationsand mearfingsofmrms. This 65-year—old man prenanta at the hospital for evaluation or a lyrica- pal episode. She states that most recently the has experienced generalized malaise, increased ahortneaa of breath while at rest, and dyepnea followed by periods of apnea and syncope. her past history include: recurrent episodes of thyroiditia, which led her to have a thyroidectuny s yearn ago while ahe val under the care of Dr. Knapp. At the time of anrgery, the results of her EKG were interpreted an aim: tachycardia with nonnpecitic 51' segment—'1' wave changes. The tachycardia was attributed to preoperative anxiety and thyroiditie. Poatoperatively, under the direction or Dr. Knapp, the patient was treated with a daily done of 50 mg of desiccated thyroid and has been symptom-free until this adminaion. 0n clinical examination, the patient'a radial pulse was found to be irregu- lar, and the EKG showed uncontrolled atrial fibrillation with evidence of a recent myocardial infarction. Chart Note Analysis memeprwedingdmnotgselectthe omiimlwordtiutmeans Ltemporary cessation of breathing: me . . . . . . ._.._ .. _,-..-._-, Zoom-ring afieran operation: . V553 .Q _-.. _‘33.\i(_ 3. feeling of apprehenSIon. worry uneasiness of :“eaiu .Q:’Qid£/.3%___— 4.inflammfion ofthethyroid gland. ’thmxdn’r‘xs ._-..,._.._.__--- 5.fa3nnng3 Bam9&_ , . . _. _ _-,-.-,,_____ 6.driedup: ' 7. rapid and irregular contractions of the rmoce'om EMLQ Q7330“ 8. discomfort or indisposifion. commonly indicating infection: M3 “Ag-r 9. tachycardia that originates with the sinoatrial node: €\MMMEL -_l0. abbreviation fona testihat provides a recording ofelett'dql impulses ofthe heart-w Ildifi'swnbreamhgm llabbreviation for metric unit of one one-thomandth of a gram: _.._‘(X\—%;_M..._“ll__aml CanpetmqufifiuflomOnekywrmhAppendbrEAnmrKey.upl¢e3n Reviewmanedaidrat youdidnounmreorrecdy. Correct Answers: ‘2 x 8.34 - \00 as https://ereader.chegg.com/#Ibooksl9780803642119Icfl/158!]4/[email protected]:47.7 5/5 ...
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