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Ambulatory Care

People who walk in, get treated and are able to leave once treated

HMO

Health Maintenance Organizations

Medicaid

•Federal insurance which began in the 1960s


•For low income children without parental control


•For undomicidal people

Champus / Tri-Care

Insurance for individuals in the military

TB SS

Tuberculosis Signs & Symptoms



•Chronic coughing


•Fatigue


•Profuse sweating


•Coughing up Blood


•Fever/chills


•Decreased appetite


•Pallor (pale)

Undomiciled

Homeless people

Sypghamanometer

• Bp cuff


• blood pressure device

PPO

Preferred Provider Option

Auscultate

Listen

Auscultate

Listen

Geriatric

Elderly

Renal

Kidney

Edema

Swelling

Capitation

Payment plans

AZT

Used to treat HIV/AIDS

Code

•no response


•no pulse


•no respiration

OSHA

Occupational Safety & Health Administration



•federal agency


•responsible for the safety and well-being of employees, employers, and the general public

ADA

Americans with disabilities act



•minimum width of a door


3 ft ; 36in

ETOH

Alcohol



•Heavy ETOH- plastered, really drunk


•Slight ETOH- one or two drinks

CLIA '88

Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act of 1988

CLIA '88

Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act of 1988

EMR

• Electronic Medical Records


• Emergency Medical Responder

2 meanings

WHO

World Health Organization



•absense of illness or disease

MOI

Mechanism Of Injury

Myocardial Infarction (MI)

Heart attack

Acute

Sudden

Tuberculosis

Respiratory disease that is air born and is transmitted via water droplets/ vapor

IDPH

Illinois Department of Public Health

IDPH

Illinois Department of Public Health

Angina

Chest pain

NTS

Not to scale

Cervical Spine

•C-Spine


•7 vertebrae

How many bones are in the adult human body?

206 bones

How many bones are in the adult human body?

206 bones

GSW

Gun shot wound

How many bones are in the adult human body?

206 bones

GSW

Gun shot wound

Nasal Cannula

• 2-6 LPM (leters per minute)


•low flow oxygen


• 24-44% O concentration


•even numbers 2-4-6

Oxygen

#1 prescribed drug in the medical field

Baker-Wong Pain Scale

1-10 pain scale

NRB

Non-Rebreather Mask



•high flow oxygen


•for traumatic accident


• 12-15 LPM


• 90-100% O concentration


•recommended to set at 15 LPM

BVM

Bag Valve Mask



• Ambu bag


•15 LPM


• 100% O concentration


•not breathing or rescue ventilation


•one full title of respiration


•Squeezing- inhalation


•Releasing- exhalation


• 20 times a minute

SPD

Supply Purchasing Department



•responsible for ordering supplies and restocking the supply room

Neurology

Brain and Spinal cord surgery

Optomology

Eye surgery

Medicare

The federal health insurance program that provides insurance for the elderly, the disabled, and individuals with end-stage renal disease

Utilitization review

Assessing medical services to determine whether they are appropriate, necessary, and high quality

How many years of school does physician need

4 years of college, and 4 years of medical school or otheopathic school then they go through residency

Residency

2-7 years of internship

Formulary

List of prescription drugs covered by a managed care insurance company

Managed Care

Purchase of protection for covered services related to health care

Muscle

Needs oxygen to flow

DO

Doctor of Osteopathy

MD

Medical doctor

MVA

Motor vehicle accident


•MVC (motor vehicle collision)


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