Shift Quiz #1
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Shift Quiz #1
medical scribe vocab
refers to the appendages of an organ. EX ovaries and fallopian tubes. parts attached or adjunct to each other.
a severe, often constricting pain, usually referring to the chest that occurs when your heart does not get enough blood
severe joint pain
pertaining to the neck or to the cervix of the uterus
delicate membrane lining the eyelids and covering the eyeball. mucous membrane.
bluish or slatelike skin color
excessive or profuse sweating or perspiration
an abnormal, frequency discharge of fluid fecal matter from the bowel
swelling of body tissues due to an excessive accumulation of fluid in connective tissue or a serous cavity
hemorrhage from the nose; nose bleeding
pertaining to a normal mood in which the range of emotions is neither depressed nor highly elevated. normal non-depressed, reasonably positive mood.
the large, upper end of the uterus; also the bottom aperture of the internal surface of a hollow organ (e.g. eye, uterus, stomach)
the apparent, often strong subjective perception of an object or even when no such stiumulus or situation is present; may be visual, auditory,olfactory, gustatory, or tactile.
Hematuria (hee-ma-too r-ee-uh)
blood in the urine
coincident enlargement of the liver and spleen
persistently high arterial blood pressure
Act of hardening (by hyperemia or inflammation); a specific area of hardened tissue
Thin, watery discharge from the nose; nose bleed
1. The sudden attack or reoccurance of a disease
2. A single occurance of epilepsy; often named for the type it represents.
Spittle, any mixed matter with saliva that is expectorated through the mouth
Abnormal rapid heart beat
Difficult breathing with a whistling sound resulting from narrowing of the lumen of the respiratory passageways.
Clear to Auscultation
deep tendon reflex
Ears, nose, and throat
extraocular movements intact
Full Range of Motion
number of pregnancies
Genitourinary (jen-i-toh-yoo r uh-ner-ee)
Last Menstral Period
Last Normal Menstral Period
Loss of Consciousness
No known drug allergies
number of live births
Primary Care Physician
Subjective, Objective, Assessment, Plan
Shortness of Breath
Acetylsalicylic acid (ASA)
Aspirin-pain relief, anti-inflammatory
(Cefazolin) treats bacterial infections; antibiotic
anticholinergics; relieves muscle spasms in GI tract; treats IBS
corticosteroid; relieves inflammation; used to treat arthritis;
Antibiotic; treat infections such as pneumonia; chronic bronchitis; and sinus, urinary tract, kidney, prostate (a male reproductive gland), and skin infections
narcotic pain reliever for moderate to severe pain
used to treat allergies and motion sickness
used to treat erosive esophagitis or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
used to treat bacterial infections such as gonorrhea, pelvic inflammatory disease, meningitis
used to treat moderately severe pain, especially after surgery.
used to prevent nausea and vomitting from cancer chemotherapy