To Whom it May Concern:
I am pleased to be writing this recommendation for Savanna Hayes in reference to the
position of Ultrasound Technician. Savanna is a well rounded individual I believe she will be an
asset to any workplace. She has worked hard towar
@ : at
a : before
aa: of each
ABG: Atrerial Blood Gas
ac: before meals
AD: Right Ear
ADH: Antidiuretic hormone
Ad lib: as desired
ADL: Activities of daily living
AIDS: Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
Describe the pelvic girdle in detail
the pelvic girdle is made of two Ox Coxea, meeting at a joint called
the symposis pubis on the ventrical part of the body and at the Sacrum at
the dorsal part of the body, which is further divided into three sections.
Obesity is among the leading causes of military ineligibility among people 17 to 24, affecting
nearly 30% of men and women in this age group. Specifically, how would you address this
problem and what are your proposed solutions? What would be the challeng
Describe 3 abnormal skin colors and identify the cause of each.
Yellowish coloring of the skin is known as juandice and can indicate bile in
the blood as a result of liver or gallbladder disease as well as being a side
effect of other diseases that involo
Most treatments for glaucoma are designed to lower and/or control intraocular pressure (IOP), which
can damage the optic nerve that transmits visual information to the brain.
Glaucoma eye drops often are the first choice over glaucoma surgery
C.C Vocab #4
Hideous- adjective. ugly or disgusting to look at. His smile made him look more hideous
Illustrious- adjective. well known, respected, and admired for past achievements. His
Incessant- adjective. of somethi
What did you learn regarding First Aid for burns?
When caring for a burn the first thing you should remember is to
make sure the person is in a safe place, the person in conscious and
breathing and obtain medical help. use cool clean water in large amount
ThoracentesisThoracentesis is a procedure to remove fluid from the space between the lungs
and the chest wall called the pleural space. This can be both for pneumothorax and
A syringe or small tube attached to a vacuum bottle is used to remove
Psychosocial- There are six basic physical needs of human beings
Love and Affection Acceptance by others
When you are not having needs met:
Typical human responses to not having psycosocial needs met include frustration, stree, fear
Define Emphysema. Describe the signs and symptoms associated with it.
Emphysema is a non contagious diseas that block the airflow and
make it difficult to breath. This disease can not be cured.Emphysema and
chronic bronchitis are the most common condition
Ancient Egyptians 3000BC-300BC
First to maintain health records
Ancient Chinese 1700 BC-220 AD
Used Acupuncture to relieve pain and congestion
Ancient Greece 1200 BC-200 BC
Hippocrates- Father of Medicine
Ancient Romans 753 BC-410 AD
Began public sanitati
4 types of abuse: physical verbal phycological and sexual
health care records belong to the the health care provide
2 types of defamasion false statements that damage a persons reputation and the two types are
slander and libel or spoken and written
Key TermsAlzheimers Disease-A progressive disease that destroys memory and other important mental
Arteriosclerosis-The build-up of fats, cholesterol, and other substances in and on the artery walls.
Bulimarexia- a syndrome in which the symptoms
Describe some Safety Guidelines For Oxygen Use.
When Oxygen is in use there should always be a sign posted.
Because Oxygen is flammable you should not have any electronics that
can spark and cause fire. Do not smoke around a tank and do not smoke
Unit 9 Test Review
1)The body is protected from disease by specific and nonspecific immunity
2) the yellowish fluid that carries disease fighting cells is called Lymph
3) Normal changes of aging in the female reproductive system is loss of calcium
What is the rule of nines? give examples of hows it's used.
The rule of nines is the percentage of the body surface that has burned. An
example of how the rule of nines is used is when someone is burned on
more than 15% of the adult body on 10% of the chi
What did you learn about Sir Alexander Fleming and Penicillin? What did
you learn about antibiotics?
Sir Alexander Fleming was a scientist that was looking for a way to
kill bacteria. He went on a trip and left his dishes on his workbench. When
Section 2Starts compressions within 10 seconds
allow chest to fully recoil
Section 3Hold the mask tightly against the face
lift the chin to open airw
Hepatitis C is an infection caused by a virus that attacks the liver and leads to inflammation
A single stranded RNA virus of the Flaviviridae family.
Spread through contact with body fluid from a