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system
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deoxygenated blood
2
superior vena cava
3
head and arms
4
inferior vena cava
5
trunk and legs
6
right atruim
7
tricuspid valve
8
right ventricle
9
pulmonic semilunar valve
10
pulmonary artery
11
lungs
12
gaseous exchange,
blood drops off CO2
Blood picks up O2
13
oxygenated
14
pulmonary veins
15
left atrium
16
mitral valve
17
left ventricle
18
aortic semilunar valve
19
aorta
20
renal artery
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afferent arteriole
2k
glumerulus
3k
efferent arteriole
4k
peritubular capillary
5k
renal vein
6k
bowman's capsule
7k
convoluted tubule,
(proximal loop of Henle, distal)
8k
collecting tubule
9k
calyx
10k
renal pelvis
11k
ureter
12k
bladder
13k
urethra
14k
antiseptic
substance capable of inhibiting the growth or action of microorgnaisma, commonly used on skin
examples of antiseptic
septisol, tincture of green soap, zephiran chloride
asepsis
absense of disease producing organism
medical asepsis
practices which help to reduce the number and hinder the transfer of pathoges
examples of medical asepsis
boiling, diinfection, dusting, vacuuming
surgical asepsis
practices which render and keep objects and areas free from all microoganisma including pathoges.
when is surgical asepsis used?
when entering a sterile body cavity, when the skin is broken, when the skin is burned
contamination
introduction of pathogens or infectious material into or on normally sterile objects.
disinfection
strong substance capable of destroying pathogens but not spores, usually on inanimate objects
examples of disinfectants
cidex, camphol, chlorine, iodine, formalin, alcohol
fungicide
substance that destroys fungi
germicide
substance capable of destroying pathogens but not spores, used on both skin and inanaimate objects
examples of germicides
formalin, alcohol
host
an animal or plant that provides nourishment for microorganisms to grow and multiply
immunization
process of rendering a person immune: freguently called vaccination or inoculation. A person is artificially prepared to resist infection to a particular pathogen
infection
condition caused by the multiplication of pathogenic microorganisms that have invaded the body.
microorganism
a microscopic plant or animal
nonpathogen
a microorganism that normally does not produce disease
pathogen
a microorganism that produced disease.
resistance
ability of the body to resist disease or infection because of its own defense mechanisms
spore
a microorganism encased in a protective capsule that can only be destroyed by sterilization
sterile
free from all microorganisms
susceptible
easily affected: lacking resistance to disease.
external urinary meatus
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