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Epi Lecture 1

2015-07-05 • 0 Cards

Medical Microbiology

Acid Fast Stain Results: What bacteria is present here?, Describe these flagellar arrangements., What bacteria is present in this Gram stain?, What bacteria is present in this Gram stain?, What bacteria is present in this Gram stain?, What human blood cell is this?, What human blood cell is this?, What human blood cell is this?, What human blood cell is this?, What human blood cell is this?, What human blood cell is this?, What problem do these gram stained smears suggest in a woman?, What problem does this smear suggest in a woman?, What does infection would a woman have if this protozoan is present in vaginal discharge?, What normal flora can be seen in this vaginal smear?

2014-11-25 • 80 Cards

Epidemiology Round 1

Behavioral Epidemiology, What are the methods of measuring physical activity?, Physiological variables influenced by physical activity, What is the goal of physical activity questionnaires?, Most common methods of measuring physical activity, What are some cons of heart rate monitors?, How do heart rate monitors work?, What is the heart rate impacted by?, What do accelerometers measure?, What are some pros to accelerometers, Minnesota Leisure Time Physical Activity Questionnaire (MLTPAQ), Harvard Alumni/Paffenbarger Physical Activity Survey, International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ), Physical Fitness, What is health-related physical fitness?

2014-11-11 • 31 Cards

Introduction to the US Health System NYT Articles

One of the top goals of Healthy People 2010 is to eliminate health disparities among different segments of the population., In 1980 - 1982, people in the most affluent group could expect to live 2.8 years longer than people in the most deprived group (75.8 years versus 73 years)., In 1980 - 1982, people in the most affluent group could expect to live 4.8 years longer than people in the most deprived group (77.8 years versus 73 years)., By 1998 - 2000, the difference in life expectancy had increased to 4.5 years (79.2 years versus 74.7 years), By 1998 - 2000, the difference in life expectancy had increased to 6.5 years (81.2 years versus 74.7 years)., In 2000 men in the most deprived countries had 10 years shorter life expectancy than women in the most affluent countries (71.5 years versus 81.3 years)., In 2000 men in the most deprived countries had 5 years shorter life expectancy than women in the most affluent countries (76.5 years versus 81.3 years)., Smoking has declined more rapidly among people with greater education and income, Smoking has increased more rapidly among people with greater education and income, Lower income people are less likely to have health insurance, so they are less likely to receive checkups, screenings, diagnostic tests, prescription drugs and other types of care., Higher income people are less likely to have health insurance, so they are less likely to receive checkups, screenings, diagnostic tests, prescription drugs and other types of care., Lower income people are more likely to live in unsafe neighborhoods, to engage in risky or unhealthy behavior and to eat unhealthy food., Black patients tend to receive less aggressive medical care than whites at its hospitals and clinics, in part because doctors provide them with less information and see them as less appropriate candidates for some types of surgery., Black patients tend to receive more aggressive medical care than whites at its hospitals and clinics, in part because doctors provide them with more information and see them as appropriate candidates for some types of surgery., Middle class and upper income people have greater access to the huge amounts of health information on the Internet

2013-03-04 • 16 Cards

Introduction to the US Health System NYT Articles

When poor people are given medical insurance they not only find regular doctors and see doctors more often but they also feel better, are less depressed and are better able to maintain financial stability., People who don't have Medicaid tend to be less educated and to have worse health habits and lower incomes, People who do have Medicaid tend to be less educated and to have worse health habits and lower incomes, People with medicaid were 35% more likely to go to a clinic or see a doctor, 15 percent more likely to use prescription drugs and 35% more likely to be admitted a hospital., People with Medicaid were 55% more likely to go to a clinic or see a doctor, 35% more likely to use prescription drugs and 65% more likely to be admitted a hospital., Women with insurance were 60% more likely to have mammograms, Women with insurance were 20% more likely to have their cholesterol checked., Women with insurance were 70% more likely to have a particular clinic or office for medical care., Women with insurance were 55% more likely to have a doctor whom they saw usually saw., Women with insurance were 25% more likely to have a doctor whom they saw usually saw., Women with insurance were 50% more likely to have a particular clinic or office for medical care., Women with insurance were 70% more likely to have their cholesterol checked., Women with insurance were 75% more likely to have mammograms, People with insurance were 25% more likely to say that their health is good or excellent and they were 40% less likely to say that their health had worsened in the past year than those without insurance, People with insurance were 25% less likely to say that their health is good or excellent and they were 40% more likely to say that their health had worsened in the past year than those without insurance

2013-03-04 • 19 Cards

Introduction to the US Health System Chapter 1

Some people receive too little care because they are uninsured, or are inadequately insured., Some people have Medicaid coverage that physicians will not accept., In 2009, 10 million people in the US had no health insurance., In 2009, over 50 million people in the US had no health insurance., What is the shift in the economy? A. Lower paying jobs with no benefits B. Higher paying jobs with benefits C. Lower paying jobs with benefits D. Higher paying jobs with no benefits, In 2007, 45% of adults could not get needed care because they could not afford to pay the bills., In 2006, 30% of adults could not get needed care because they could not afford to pay the bills., In what ways could uninsured adults still be employed?, A 1998 report estimated that 20% - 30% of patients continue to receive care that is not appropriate., A 1997 report estimated that 35% - 45% of patients continue to receive care that is appropriate., A 2003 study found that elderly patients in some areas of the country receive 60% more services - hospital days, speciality consultations and medical procedures - than similar patients in other areas., In 2005 a study found that elderly patients in some areas of the country receive 75% more services - hospital days, speciality consultations and medical procedures - than similar patient in other areas., In 2009, health care quality expert Brent James estimated that half of all health care dollars are wasted, In 2010, health care quality expert Brent James estimated that a quarter of all health care dollars are wasted., The United States has the least universal, most costly health care system in the industrialized world

2013-03-04 • 20 Cards

Endocrine Test

2012-03-30 • 0 Cards

Endocrine Test

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Endocrine Test

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Endocrine Test

2012-03-30 • 0 Cards

Endocrine Test

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Endocrine Test

2012-03-30 • 0 Cards

Endocrine Test

2012-03-30 • 0 Cards

Endocrine Test

2012-03-30 • 0 Cards