hcp 210 week 3 dq 2 - With a prefix, it is a part of a word...

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To appreciate the pharmacy industry and profession, you should learn the correct language. Understanding knowledge of roots, prefixes, and abbreviations in the pharmacy field can help you in the practice with recognizing the most important meaning of the word. Root words are the vital part of the whole word. More precise root words can categorize what part of the body or condition a term relates to. By your capability to recognize roots, prefixes, and suffixes, you will be capable to recognize words you have never seen or heard before. Some of the familiar root words used in a range of pharmacy settings in the list: nasa — nose, cardi — heart, and oste — bone.
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Unformatted text preview: With a prefix, it is a part of a word that connects to the beginning of the root word, giving a precise meaning to the root. Prefixes are usually used in the medical field in order to understand the meaning of a bigger word. Some of the familiar root words used in a range of pharmacy settings in the list: arterio artery, intra within, and brady slow. With a suffix it is a part of a word that connects to the end of the root word, giving a precise, new meaning to the root word. Some of the familiar root words used in a choice of pharmacy settings in the list: emia blood condition, sclerosis hardening, and oma tumor, lump, swelling....
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