Anatomy

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Anatomy
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Chap 15 17
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  1. The stubstance that diffuses from the cappilaryies into the TISSUE SPACE
    Lymph
  2. Lymph fluid is moved
    into lymph vessels by the contraction of skeletal muscles and movements of breathing
  3. Inflammation and swelling of a lymph node
    Adenitis
  4. Treament for tonsillitis
    no longer involves removing the tonsils because they preform an important role in the body's difense against infection
  5. The immune system is initiated
    what lymph enters a lymph node through the afferent vessel
  6. may cause hepatitis of the liver
    Infecious mononucleosis
  7. barriers we are born with, like unbroken skin, mucus, tears and blood phagocytes
    Natural Immunity
  8. Artificial acquired immunity
    inoculation protects your body against infectious diseasees by injecting disease-causing substance that stimulates your own body to make antibodies
  9. when the immune system mistenly targets normal body cells
    autoimmunity
  10. acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; a disease that suppresses the body's immune system
    AIDS
  11. those contracted by a person with a depressed immune system
    Opportunistic infections
  12. is transmitted by sexual contact
    HIV
  13. a series of 3 injections
    Hepatisis B vaccine
  14. the exchange of o2 and co2 between the lungs, body and outside environment (breathing or venilation)
    External respiration
  15. Cellular respiration (oxidation)
    the use of oxygen to release energy stored from nutrients to provide heat and energy to the cells throughout the body
  16. Pharyngitis
    inflamtion of throat by bacteria or viruses
  17. Most serious potential consequence of sleep apnea is strain on the
    cardiovascular system
  18. A deep, prolonged breath that fills lungs, believed to be caused by the need to increase the level of oxygen in the blood
    yawning
  19. Healthcare workers use a _________ to measure the lungs' capacity for air
    spirometer
  20. Overinflation of the lungs during inhalation is prevented
    by the stimulation of nerve endings in the walls of the lungs
  21. The amount of air that moves in and out of the lungs with each breath
    tidal volume
  22. In the lungs to allow the continous exchange of gases between breaths
    residual air
  23. abnormally rapid and shallow rate of breathing
    tachypnea
  24. difficulty breathing when laying down
    orthopnea
  25. ___ increasing in incidence after being on the decline for many years
    TB
  26. a respiratory disease in which an inflammatory response obstructs the airways
    asthma
  27. increases with clients who have undergone surgery on have been on prolonged bed rest
    Pulmonary embolism

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