defibrillation 42. diuretic 43. electrocardiogram 44. embolism 45. embolus 46. endocarditis 47. erythrocytes 48. hemoglobin 49. hemolytic anemia 50. hemostasis
2/13/2019 MindTap - Cengage Learning ; 10/16 41.The use of electrical shock to restore the heart'snormal rhythm; also known as cardioversion.42.Medication administered to stimulate thekidneys to increase the secretion of urine to ridthe body of excess sodium and water. 43. A record of the electrical activity of the myocardium. 44. The sudden blockage of a blood vessel by an embolus. 45. A foreign object, such as a blood clot, quantity of air or gas, or a bit of tissue or tumor, that is circulating in the blood. 46. Inflammation of the inner lining of the heart. 47. Mature red blood cells produced by the red bone marrow. 48. The oxygen-carrying blood protein pigment of the erythocytes. 49. A condition of an inadequate number of circulating red blood cells due to the premature destruction of these cells by the spleen. 50. To stop or control bleeding.
2/13/2019 MindTap - Cengage Learning ; 11/16 51. leukemia 52. leukocytes 53. leukopenia 54. megaloblastic anemia 55. myelodysplastic syndrome 56. myocardial infarction 57. orthostatic hypotension 58. pericardium 59. pernicious anemia 60. phlebitis
2/13/2019 MindTap - Cengage Learning ; 12/16 51.A type of cancer characterized by a progressiveincrease in the number of abnormal leukocytes(white blood cells) found in blood-formingtissues, other organs, and in the circulatingblood.52.White blood cells that are involved in defendingthe body against infective organisms and foreignsubstances. 53. A decrease in the number of disease-fighting white blood cells circulating in the blood. 54. A blood disorder characterized by anemia in which red blood cells are larger than normal. 55. A type of cancer in which there is insufficient production of one or more types of blood cells due to dysfunction of the bone marrow.
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