mb 100 chapter 15
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mb 100 chapter 15
mb100 chapter 15
calcium, lime, the heel
surgical puncture to remove fluid
the process of producing a picture or record
blood, relating to blood
abdomen, abdominal wall
cutting, surgical incision
instrument for visual examination
drugs that relieve pain without affecting consiousness
fever reducing medicine
Anterior-Posterior and Lateral views. Description used for x-rays. For example x-ray of chest, 2 views
listening for sounds within the body
presence of bacteria in the urine
bis in die
twice a day
single dose drug udually injected into blood vessel over a short time.
nuclear scanning test that identifies new areas of bone growth or degradation
Blood Urea Nitrogen. This blood test measures liver function.
C reactive protein
Blood test that identifies high levels of inflammation in the body. May indicate heart attack risk or past history.
presence of calcium in the urine
not protected by a brand name or trademark. Usually named for the chemical that comprises the drug.
presence of glycose in urine. High levels may indicate diabetes.
%bv of red blood cells in the blood.
Intramuscular. Injected directly within the muscle tissue.
In x-rays. This is produced by inserting film into the mouth, and exposing it using a camera on the exterior of teeth.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Combines radio waves and a strong magnetic field to make an image of an organ or soft tissue.
Medication that is administered to the patient i.e. through injection.
injected through the skin
flow of blood through an organ
a medical professional trained to draw blood for tests.
inactive substance given to a patient for its suggestive effects
pro re nata
examination position in which patient lies face down on the abdomen.
presence of protein in the urine
presence of pus in the urine
Q day; qd; qid
quater in die
four times a day
a crackling sound heard upon inspiration
device used for measuring blood pressure
patient lies on back face up. aka horizontal recumbent position
ter in die
three times a day
x-rays pass through the person's side