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BAM 421 Operations Management Unit 2 Examination

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2016-09-19 • 5 Cards

BIOL 301 Human Health and Disease Final Exam Answers

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2016-09-19 • 5 Cards

UOP ACC 290 Week 2 Individual WileyPLUS Assignment

UOP ACC 290 Week 2 Individual WileyPLUS Assignment, To purchase this material click below link http://www.homeworkrank.com/ACC-290/ACC-290-Week-2-Individual-WileyPLUS-Assignment ACC 290 Week 2 Individual WileyPLUS Assignment Exercise E3-4 A tabular analysis of the transactions made during August 2010 by Witten Company during its first month of operations is shown below. Each increase and decrease in stockholders' equity is explained., UOP ACC 290 Week 2, $ 34

2016-09-06 • 4 Cards

Facteurs de risque et prévention cardiovasculaire

Comment définir un FACTEUR de risque Cardio Vasculaire ? (6), LE facteur de risque n°1 ?, Le facteur de risque en 2ème place ?, Tabac : Pour quelles raison favorise-t-il les accidents cardiovasculaires ? (4), HTA : Donner les seuils de mesure correspondant aux grades 1 à 3 ainsi qu'à la Pré HTA, la PA Normale et Optimale, Définition du Syndrome métabolique : ?, Risque global Cardio vasculaire : Qu'est ce qui fait +1 pts (7) ? -1 pts (1) ?, HTA : - Risque faible ? - Risque modéré ? - Risque élevé ?, Objectifs LDL, Prévention secondaire cardiovasculaire : Acronyme = ? (Et signification ?), Objectifs tensionnels : - Global ? - Sujet âgé ? - Diabétique ?, Modalité de mesure pour définir une Hyper Tension Artérielle ?

2015-12-13 • 12 Cards


Formation d'une plaque : les 3 dernières étapes ?, De quoi dépend la vitesse d'évolution d'une plaque d'athérome ?, Qu'est ce qu'on fait en préventif ? (4), Bilan d'extension minimum du malade polyathéromateux (3), Quels médicaments en systématiques ? (2), Et en plus éventuellement ? (2), Revascularisation myocardique : En Post SCA dans 1 situation : laquelle ?, Définition du '' malade polyathéromateux '' ?, Quels sont les 4 facteurs de risques modifiables ?, Quels sont les 3 facteurs de risque non modifiables ?, Quels sont les facteurs '' prédisposants '' ? (4/5)

2015-12-13 • 11 Cards

Anti hypertenseurs

Quelles sont les 5 classes de médicaments anti hypertenseurs ?, Dans quels cas on traite DIRECTEMENT par médicaments ?, Hypertrophie Ventriculaire gauche : Quels anti HTA ? (3), Athérome asymptomatique : Quels anti HTA ? (2), Micro Albuminurie : seuil + Quels anti HTA ?, Dysfonction rénale : Quels anti HTA ? (2), Atcd d'AVC : Quels anti HTA ?, Atcd d'infarctus : Quels anti HTA ? (3), Angor : Quels anti HTA ? (2), Insuffisance Cardiaque : Quels anti HTA ? (4), Fibrillation Atriale paroxystique : Quels anti HTA ? (2), Fibrillation Atriale permanente : Quels anti HTA ? (2), Artériopathie périphérique : Quels anti HTA ? (1), Insuffisance Rénale / Protéinurie : Quels anti HTA ? (3) + Seuil de la protéinurie ?, Hypertension systolique isolée : Quels anti HTA ? (2)

2015-10-09 • 20 Cards

Chirurgie Cardiaque

Caractéristiques de l'Angor instable (3), Définir l'ischémie silencieuse, Quelles sont les 2 démarches de traitement de l'ischémie coronaire ?, Quelle pourcentage de perte de masse myocardique faut-il pour conduire à une IVG ?, Quelle pourcentage de perte de masse myocardique faut-il pour conduire à un choc cardiogénique ?, Comment progresse la nécrose myocardique ?, Qu'est ce qui permet aux cellules myocardiques de survivre au delà des 30min d'ischémie ?, Quand considère-t-on qu'une sténose est critique et altère la réserve coronaire ?

2015-05-10 • 8 Cards

Pédiatrie Cardiologique

Quel organe joue le rôle du poumon dans la circulation foetale ?, Quel est le trajet du sang oxygéné par le placenta dans la circulation foetale ?, Quel est le trajet du sang pauvre en O2 dans la circulation foetale ?, Pourquoi les poumons du foetus sont-ils peu perfusés ? (2), Citez 3 caractéristiques du canal artériel., Quelle est la saturation du sang foetal?, Quand se déroule le remodelage des artérioles pulmonaires ?, Comment la ventilation pulmonaire mène-t-elle à une chute de la résistance vasculaire pulmonaire ? (3)

2015-05-05 • 8 Cards

442 test 2 material

Dim vs. bright CD45, RBC marker, Stem/progenitor cell marker, CALLA, MKC markers, Monocyte markers, Myeloid cell markers, T cell markers, B cell markers (plasma cell marker?), Fluorochromes, Specimen criteria for flow cytometry, Molecular diagnostics "definition", Appropriate samples for Southern blot; PCR; ISH; FISH; and DNA sequencing, MDx in sickle cell disease, MDx in cancer

2015-02-09 • 45 Cards

442 test 1 material

Neoplasm - definition, Evolution of hematopoietic neoplasms - 6 stages, Types of hematologic disorders - 4 types, Sites for bone marrow collection, Aspirates vs. biopsies, When is a bone marrow exam required for diagnosis?, Prenatal vs. perinatal vs. congenital, Activators of proto-oncogenes, Leukocyte acid phosphatase - principles/use, Leukocyte alkaline phosphatase - principles/use, Acute vs. chronic leukemiass, Chronic lymphoid leukemia - prevalence, sx, Chronic myeloid leukemia - prevalence, sx, M0, M1

2015-01-24 • 43 Cards

444 midterm

2014-02-22 • 0 Cards

Phlebotomy chpt 4-6

The meaning of the medical tern is usually determined by identifying the:, The plural form of lumen is:, The prefix inter means:, The word root of the term oncologist means:, Simple compounds are formed in the body through:, Which of the following is one way muscle type is determined, Mitosis takes place in this skin structure:, The this skin layer is avascular:, The integumentary system produces:, This hormone increases metabolism, Acidosis can result from:, The average normal heart rate is:, Which of the following is a normal blood pressure reading?, The longest vein in the body is:, The tunica adventitia is the:

2014-02-02 • 38 Cards

CSUS 13-1 Chapter 17 efolio Quiz

The innermost smooth layer of the heart is? a. myocardium b.endocardium c.epicardium d.pericardium, Labetalol and nitroglycerine are drugs that can lower blood pressure? True/False, The__________seperates the left atrium from the left ventricle? a.coronary sulcus b.mitral valve c.chordae tendineae d.tricuspid valve, The most characteristic finding in an abnormal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is decreased pedal pulse? True/False, The normal dominant pace maker for the heart? a.purkinje fibers b.atrioventricular (AV) node c.bundle of His d.sinoatrial (SA) node, An ECG will be very helpful in diagnosing cardiac tamponode? True/False, The________part of the electrocardiogram (ECG) represents the depolarization of the ventricles? a.P-wave b.QRS complex c.R-R interval d.T-wave, Management of left-sided heart failure should be to decrease preload? True/False, The paramedic is palpating the radial pulse while listening to the apical pulse with a stethoscope. What abnormality is he or she likely to find? a.pulsus paradoxus b.pulse deficit c.pulsus alternans d.paricardial friction rub, Furosimide (lasix) is a diuretic that will help with left heart failure? True/False, Of the following which is NOT a cause of cardiac dysrythmia a.myocardial ischemia b.cor pulmonale c.hypoglycemia d.increased vagal tone, An area of fat in the arteries that is calcified is known as? a.bruit b.phlebitis c.thrombophlebitis d.plaque, Percutaneous intervention can be used for a patient who does not qualify for fibrinolytic therapy? True/False, Filbrolytic therapy should begin 2 hours after the AMI has occurred? True/False, In a 65-year old male, a systolic blood pressure of __________ would indicate hypertension. a.120 b.130 c.140 d.150

2013-11-26 • 25 Cards

CSUS 13-1 Chapter 17 Pretest

1: A positive ________ effect is when the heart can increase its cardiac output by increasing the heart rate. A. afterload B. cardioversion C. automaticity D. chronotropic, 2: What is it called when someone wakes up with an acute episode of shortness of breath? A. Bundle branch block B. Paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea C. Orthostatic hypotension D. ST-elevation myocardial infarction, 3: When an S3 sound is heard in an older person, it almost always means what? A. Normal findings B. Impending cardiac irregularities C. Heart failure D. Increased intrathoracic pressure, 4: Which of the following is NOT considered a risk factor for coronary artery disease? A. Eating red meat B. Carbohydrate intolerance C. Cardiac family history D. Personality type, 5: The job of paramedic first came into being more than 30 years ago for the purpose of providing what specific care? A. Care to those in motor vehicle accidents B. Early definitive treatment for acute myocardial infarction C. Transportation to the hospital D. Elderly care so deaths at home were diminished, 6: What is the formula for the volume of blood the heart pumps during 1 minute? A. HR × SV = CO B. CO = HR × SB C. CO = SV × HR D. CO = SV ÷ HR, 7: Cardiovascular disease has been the number one killer in the United States nearly every year since: A. 1700 B. 1800 C. 1900 D. 1950, 8: The effect on the velocity of conduction is referred to as the ________________ effect. A. dromotropic B. chronotropic C. monotropic D. inotropic, 9: Which electrolyte flows into the cell to initiate depolarization? A. CA++ (calcium) B. K+ (potassium) C. NA+ (sodium) D. Mg++ (magnesium), 10: Which electrolyte flows out of the cells to initiate repolarization? A. CA++ (calcium) B. K+ (potassium) C. NA+ (sodium) D. Mg++ (magnesium), 11: What is the abnormal conduction of the electrical impulse through the heart called? A. Aberrant conduction B. Excitation impulse C. Normal sinus rhythm D. None of the above, 12: Which of the following is NOT a contraindication for giving nitroglycerin? A. Hypotension B. Bradycardia C. Hiccups D. Headache, 13: What is the natural chemical mediator in the parasympathetic nervous system? A. Adrenaline B. Atropine C. Acetylcholine D. Acetylcholinesterase, 14: Which patient has the most severe coronary artery disease? A. Patient experiences angina with vigorous exercise B. Patient experiences angina with some exercise C. Patient experiences angina while resting D. Patient experiences angina during a stress test, 15: What is the primary nerve(s) in the parasympathetic nervous system? A. Vagus B. Cranial C. Spinal D. Phrenic

2013-11-24 • 20 Cards