Health Final

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  1. how fast your body converts food to energy or how fast you burn calories
  2. used to slow down certain body functions and reactions
  3. condition in which breathing becomes difficult
    respiratory disease
  4. the heart stops beating or beats inefficiently to circulate blood to the brain and other vital organs
    cardiac arrest
  5. drugs so potent and specific in their action that the law requires they are dispensed only under doctors orders
    prescription drug
  6. a person's use of self control to act on responsible values
  7. traits inherited from parents
  8. a state of complete physical, mental, and social well being, not merely, the absence of disease or infirmity
  9. type of exercise that builds strength not cardiovascular
  10. mind altering drug that produces imaginary visions and objects in the brain
  11. substances whose fumes are sniffed/inhaled
  12. continuous vigorous activity designed to improve endurance
    aerobic exercise
  13. occurs when breathing has stopped
    respiratory arrest
  14. condition in which the circulatory system fails to deliver enough oxygen-rich blood to the body's tissue and vital organs
  15. protect people against claims of negligence when they give emergency care in good faith without accepting anything in return
    good samaritan law
  16. risk factors that cannot be changed
  17. persons way of thinking
  18. outer layer of skin
  19. pressure that results from someone who tries to convince you to do something you normally would not do
    direct peer pressure
  20. a measure of how much you value, respect, and feel confident about yourself
    self esteem
  21. drugs that speed up the nervous system, making the person feel more alert and active
  22. use of these opium derivatives is closely regulated by law because of their potential danger and addicting qualities
  23. pressure that results from being swayed to do something because people you look up to are doing it
    indirect peer pressure
  24. risk factors you can do something about
  25. occurs when blood flow to the heart is reduced
    heart attack
  26. list 2 barriers not to perform CPR
    • unsure of persons condition 
    • the type of injury or illness 
    • fear of catching disease
  27. 6 ways to move an injured person
    • walking assist 
    • pack-strap
    • 2 person sear carry 
    • the clothes drag
    • the blanket drag
    • the foot drag
  28. list cardiac chain of survival
    • early recognition and early access 
    • early CPR
    • early defibrillation
    • early advanced medical care
  29. steps of CPR for adult, infant, and child
    • check
    • call
    • check
    • care
  30. steps for helping a conscious chocking child
    • check scene, check person
    • call 911
    • obtain consent
    • 5 back blows 
    • 5 abdominal trusts
  31. what is the ratio for chest compressions to rescue breathes
    30 to 2
  32. how many compressions should be given in one minute
    100 (about 30 in 18 seconds)
  33. how deep are compressions for adults, children, and infants
    • adult: 1 1/2 to 2
    • child: 1 to 1 1/2
    • infant: 1/2 to 1
  34. how long is one rescue breath
    until chest rises, about one per second
  35. 5 reasons to stop CPR
    • scene becomes unsafe
    • signs of life
    • AED
    • trained responder arrives 
    • too tired to carry on
  36. the part of the skin that carries sensations of touch, pain, pressure, heat and cold is called
  37. a clogged hair follicle that has become infected is what form of acne
  38. halitosis is cause by what
    toothy decay and gum disease
  39. when near things focus and far things do not, you have which type of vision
  40. when vision is blurred or fuzzy
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Health Final
2014-05-20 05:05:44

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