Phlebotomy Chapter 6

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Phlebotomy Chapter 6
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1.  Electr/o
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2.  Lipid
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3.  Log
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4.  Man/o
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5.  Phleb/o
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6.  Pulmonar
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7.  Rrhyth
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8.  Scler
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9.  Sera
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10.  Sphygm/o
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11.  Steth/o
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12.  Tens
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13.  Thromb
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14.  Veni
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15.  Infarct
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16.  Hem/o
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17.  Erg/o
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18.  Embol
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19.  Erythr/o
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20.  Derm
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21.  Cyte
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22.  Cubitum
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23.  Card/i, cardi/o
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24.  Capillus
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25.  Ather
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26.  Arteri/o
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27.  Angin
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28.  Ang/i, angi/o, vas/o
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29.  Penia
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30.  Cyte
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31.  Blast
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32.  Tomy
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33.  Cells use energy to make complex compounds from simpler ones.
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34.  Endocrine glands that produce hormones as a result of emotional changes like fright or anger
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35.  The study of its functional processes
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36.  The origin of the disease
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37.  Chemical reactions to change complex substances into simpler ones while simultaneously releasing energy for the body to use.
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38.  Diagnosis and treatment of disorders in the organs and tissues that produce hormones.
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39.  A specific measurable condition characterized by specific clinical symptoms, patient history and lab or radiology results.
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40.  Superior
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41.  The study of its physical structure
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42.  Steady State.  A condition in which a healthy body remains in a normal, healthy state of equilibrium.
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43.  Toward the back
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44.  Also referred to as the master gland.  Stimulates other glands to produce hormones as needed.  It controls and regulates hormone production through chemical feedback.
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45.  An important bodily function that allows the formation or breakdown of substances (e.g proteins) for the purpose of using energy.
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46.  Body substances secreted from glands that play a role in growth and development, fluid and electrolyte balance, energy balance and acid base balance
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47.  A more subjective non measurable term for any departure from wellness (e.g. pain, suffering, distress)
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48.  Cellular structure and functions
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49.  Blood and blood forming tissues
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50.  The process of blood cell formation that occurs in the bone marrow
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51.  A generic term referring to any pathologic condition of the mind or body.
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52.  Skin, hair, sweat glands, teeth and fingernails make up the:
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53.  Microscopic structures of tissues.
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54.  Diagnosis and treatment of malignant tumors (i.e. cancer)
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55.  The molecules that carry oxygen and carbon dioxide in the red blood cells.
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56.  Parasites
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57.  Microbes
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58.  Diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions related to the sexual system in men and the renal system for both men and women.
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59.  Toward the sides of the body
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60.  Front side
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61.  Clinical laboratory tests play a crucial role in four areas:
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62.  Back side
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63.  Antibodies in the serum
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64.  In front
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65.  Diseases of the immune system; allergic disorders
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66.  Toward the midline
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67.  Pathogens or disease causing agents
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68.  Protection and regulation: temperature regulator and sensory receptor
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69.  Cycle of life:  Responsible for sexual characteristics of the male and/or female.  Proper functioning ensures survival of the human race.
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70.  Framework and movement: Shape, support, protection and storage place for minerals.  Movement is made possible through joints
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71.  Distribution and elimination:  Produces urine, transports urine, and eliminates urine.  The kidneys help maintain electrolyte, water and acid-base balance of the body.
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72.  Framework and movement:  Muscles produce movement, maintain posture and produce heat.
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73.  Communication and control:  The glands of the endocrine system produce hormones, chemical messengers that provide for communication and control over various parts of the body.
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74.  Distribution and elimination:  Digestion, absorption and elimination.
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75.  Transportation and immunity: stimulates immune response, protects the body, and transports proteins and fluids.
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76.  Communication and control:  transmits impulses, responds to change, is responsible for communication and exercises control over all parts of the body
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77.  Transportation and immunity:  transports oxygen and carbon dioxide, delivers nutrients and hormones, regulates blood clotting, and removes waste products.
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78.  Distribution and elimination:  furnishes oxygen for use by individual tissue cells and removes their gaseous waste products, carbon dioxide.
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79.  The skeletal system is composed of:
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80.  Neurons, brain, spinal cord, brain and spinal cord coverings and cerebrospinal fluid make up the:
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81.  The respiratory system is composed of:
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82.  Two kidneys, two ureters, bladder and urethra make up the:
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83.  The muscular system is composed of:
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84.  Exocrine glands and endocrine glands make up the
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85.  The digestive system is composed of:
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86.  Ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, labia and breasts compose the:
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87.  The male reproductive system is comprised of:
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88.  Homeostasis refers to which of the following?
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89.  Which of the following cell structures is the control center for a cell?
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90.  Which layers make up human skin?
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91.  The skeletal system provides which of the body's functions?
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92.  Which of the following is responsible for skin coloring?
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