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The cause of the disease or condition isthe actualmedicaltreatment or procedure, which includeserrors in decision-making, skills, or processes used to treat an individual 80. Cause of the disease or condition is unknown
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4/3/2020 MindTap - Cengage Learning ; 17/40 81. Immunodeficient 82. In situ 83. Incidence 84. Incubation period 85. Infarction 86. Infection 87. Inferior 88. Inflammation 89. Infusion (INF) (Medical Science) 90. Injection (INJ) (Medical Science)
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4/3/2020 MindTap - Cengage Learning ; 18/40 81. The reduced capacity of the body’s immune system to fight off infections 82. Cellular reproduction and growth thatremainsin the originating tissue, not spreading 83. The statistical calculation of the rateof new cases of an illness or condition within a specified population 84. The time between the exposure to an infectious agent and the showing of signs and symptoms 85. Death of a tissue due to lack of oxygen 86. State ofbeing contaminated with any of a variety of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses,fungi,parasites, or other microbes 87. toward the bottom (the feet) of the body 88. Body’s non-specific responseto injury resulting in redness, swelling,warmth, and pain 89. Using a mechanism to insert fluid into a vein 90. Using a syringe and needle to insert fluid into the body
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4/3/2020 MindTap - Cengage Learning ; 19/40 91. Integumentary 92. Intra-arterial (IA) 93. Intradermal (ID) 94. Intramuscular (IM) 95. Intranasal (INH) 96. Intrathecal (IT) 97. Intravenous (IV) (Medical Science) 98. IV 99. Knee-chest 100. Lateral
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4/3/2020 MindTap - Cengage Learning ; 20/40 91. skin, subcutaneous tissue, accessory structures, hair, and nails 92. into an artery 93. into the skin 94. into a muscle 95. into the nose 96. into the arachnoid membrane of the brain or spinal cord 97. Into a vein 98. intravenous 99. The patient is face down on the table, arms above head, buttocks in the air with knees at right angle 100. toward the side (either side)
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4/3/2020 MindTap - Cengage Learning ; 21/40 101. Lateral (lat) 102. Left 103. Left anterior oblique (LAO) 104. Left posterior oblique (LPO) 105. Lesion (Medical Science) 106. Leukocytosis 107. Leukopenia 108. Lithotomy 109. Lymphatic 110. Malaise
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4/3/2020 MindTap - Cengage Learning ; 22/40 101. The image was taken from one side to the other side. 102. toward the left of the patient 103. The image was taken at an angle from the left front. 104. The image was taken at an angle from the left back.
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