A&P MIDTERM STUDY GUIDE
CHAPTER 4: CELLULAR METABOLISM
Metabolism: the sum of all chemical reactions that take place within an organism
Metabolic processes: all chemical reactions that occur in the body
Each reaction catalyzed by a spe
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
HUMAN A & P I
a. Study of anatomy and physiology is an ever-developing science.
b. Greek and Latin form the basis for the language of anatomy and physiology.
Greer, D study guide test #6
Chapters 30 - 33
Drugs Influencing the Immune System
Test November 20
List the more common helminthes infestation, the symptoms, and treatments.
When calculating how much of a drug is required, working with the
formula helps the accuracy of the calculation.
Always remember this formula:
What you want
What you have
Quantity it comes in
Its OK to use a calculator!
1. A patient
Medication Calculation Examination
D = Desired Dose
Q = Quantity of Solution
H = Strength on Hand
X = Unknown quantity of Drug
Sample: Physician orders 500 mg of ibuprofen (desired Dose) for a patient and you have
250 mg (Quantity on Hand) tab
Fundamental of Nursing
They are called vital signs because they are important.
Vital signs and other physiologic m
Scanlon, Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology, 7e Knowledge Evaluation03-1
Chapter 3 Cells
1. Osmosis is the movement of _.
b. water and salts
d. oxygen and carbon dioxide
2. The function of mitochondria is to:
a. produce ATP
Scanlon, Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology, 7e Knowledge Evaluation
Chapter 1 Organization and General Plan of the Body
1. The opposite of superior is _, and the opposite of medial is _.
a. anterior / central
b. inferior / external
c. inferior / latera