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First Aid Rapid Fire Facts

Antiplatelet antibodies Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura Heme-Onc Bleeding disorder with Gp1b deficiency Bernard-Soulier disease Heme-Onc < Most common inherited bleeding disorder von Willebrand disorder Heme-Onc Continuous machinery-like heart murmur Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) Cardiovascular Boot shaped heart Tetralogy of Fallot Cardiovascular Rib notching ....  Read More

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Pharmacology 1 Final Exam

Cholinergic receptor receptors that mediate responses to acetylcholine Iritis inflammation of the iris < miosis contraction of the pupil of the eye. necrosis death of a group of cells or tissues somnolence prolonged drowsiness that may last hours to days Two basic ....  Read More

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Weight Loss Drugs and Motion Sickness

low metabolism can be reflected in what lab? thyroid – hypothyroidism drugs that can cause weight gain – insulin, SU, glitazones – antipsych, valproate, TCAs, MAOI, SSRIs, Lithium – steroids – mirtazapine – dronabinol – pregabalin, gabapentin < what percentage of weight ....  Read More

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Psychology Test 2

The DSM-5 includes ______ new depressive disorders. Two According to the DSM-5, bereavement-related symptoms are no longer excluded from the diagnosis of: Major depressive disorder < Premenstrual dysphoric disorder is distinguished from major depression by the addition of symptoms such as: Joint ....  Read More

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CVA pathology Part 2

Ischemic Stroke -result of an obstruction within a blood vessel supplying blood to the brain – narrowing of atrial walls What are symptoms of an ischemic stroke? -Sudden weakness/paralysis of arm, leg, or one side of the body -Sudden loss of vision ….  Read More

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MRT 133 – Quiz #4

The finger muscle is coded to which body part value? (Ch 15) hand muscle A bicep tendodesis to the humerus is coded to which root operation? (Ch 15) Reposition < A tendon is often named for the bone of its insertion. T/F ....  Read More

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Perio: Perio surgery

Following perio flap surgery, why is it so vitally important for the plaque control to be immaculate? Healing occurs by long junctional epithelium and you don’t always get any connective tissue attachment – therefore much more susceptible to plaque induced breakdown than ….  Read More