Principles of health science semester test

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Process in which an entry separates from the healthcare organization to determine if it meets a set of requirements standard designed to improve quality of care.Accreditation
Qualifications and practice history of a doctor, includes a review of doctors completed educators, training, residency and licensesCredentials
Those who highest level of educational attachment is an apprenticeship or trade certificate or diploma, or non university certificatePost secondary education
System of comprehensive or total patient that considers physical, emotional, social, economic and spiritual needs of the person, his or her response to illnessHolistic care
Conventional medicine, as a distinct form an alternative form of medicine such as traditional Chinese medicineWestern medicine
(Food or drug administration) federal agency of the U.S Department of Health and human services FDA
(World health organization) is a special agency of the U.S that is concerned with international public health located in Geneva SwitzerlandWHO
(Preferred provider organization)Type of health plan that contracts with medical providers, such as hospitals and doctors to create a network of participating providersPPO
(Health Maintenance Organization) organization that provides health coverage with providers under contract.HMO
(Occupational safety and health administration) responsible for ensuring safety at work OSHA
Greek physician called the father of medicineHippocrates
The greatest physician of ancient RomeGalen
Renaissance physician, revolutionize the study of biology and practice medicine by description of anatomy of the human bodyAndreas
Egyptian expert in many areas of learning, specially in medicine Imhotep
One of the earliest Greek gods to specialize in healing. The two snakes has been adopt as the symbol of medicineAesclepious
Physical examination in medical diagnosis by pressure of the hand or fingers to the surface or the body especially to determine the condition of an underlying part of organPalpation
The act of listening to sounds arising with organs (such as the lungs) as an diagnosis and treatmentAuscultation
The act of smellingOlfaction
Disease or condition that is long lasting and potentially life longChronic
Is the central underlying principle in Chinese traditional medicine and in Chinese martial arts.Qi
Process of communicating non verbally through conscious or unconscious gestures and movementsBody language
Legally available only on a doctor's prescription and usually not advertised to the genetic publicEthical
Wrongful act or an infringement of aright (other than under contract) leading to civil legal liabilityTort
Set of connected things or parts forming a complex whole in particularSystem
(Health insurance portability and accountability act of 1996) provides data privacy and security provisions for save guarding medical informationHIPPA
payment made by a beneficiary ( specially for health services) in addition to that made by an insurerCopay
(Electronic Health Record) electronic version of patients medical historyEHR
(Protected Health Information) HIPPA privacy protects individually identifiable health informationPHI
The assignment of degrees of urgency to wounds or illnesses to disease the other of treatment of a large number of patients or casualties Triage
The state of keeping or being kept secret or privateConfidentially
Characterized by or conforming to the ethical standard of a professionProfessional look
Interdisciplinary study of design, development, adoptionHealth informatics services
The position of a medical intern in a hospitalInternship
Degree to which individuals have a capacity to obtain, process and understand the basic health informationHealth literacy
Subdivision of the abdomen, including the left or the right hypochondriacAbdominal region
Study of structure internal working of somethingAnatomy
Any space in the body of a multi cellular organism, containing the viscera or fluidBody cavity
Parallel to the sagging structure. It divides the body into left and rightBody plane
Human body is divided into eight regionsBody regions
A group of body organs or structures that together perform one or more vital functionsBody systems
Cell: Smallest structural and functional unit of an organismCell
Medical termsMedical terminology
Techniques a person can use to help them improve the ability to remember somethingMnemonic device
Part of the organism, that has a specific vital function, such as the heartOrgan
Any of a number of organized or specialized structures within a living cellOrganelle
Deals with the normal functions of living organisms and their partsPhysiology
Fluid, Chief water with dissolved sugars and minerals, salts, that circulates in the vascular system of a plantSAP
Distinct types of materials of which animals or plants are made, consisting on specialized cellsTissue
Transferable skills needed by an individual to make them "employable"Employable skills
First human to have born after conceptions by in vitro fertilizationLouise brown
American nurse, founded American red crossClara Barton
The fuifillment by an insures of its obligation to recieveClaims process
Discoveres the enzyme lysosome and developed the first sucessful polio vaccinesAlexander Felming
Not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considering and respecting factsObjective
Father of medicineHippocrates
Genetic informationDNA
Group of health care professionals from diverses fields who work in a coordinated fashion toward a common goal for the patientInterdiciplinary health team
System of complementary medicine that involves pricking the skin or tissues with needlesAcupuncture
Based on or influenced by personal feelings, or opinionsSubjective
(Health Information Management )HIM
Have a positive reaction on a test for the human immunudeficiency virusHIV
Image of document made by electronic scanning and transmited as data by telecomunications linksFax machines
Era in which hard techniques of medicine using different toolsAncient rome
Opposite or contrary forcesYing Yang
Evaluation or estimulation of the nature, quality or ability of someone or somethingAssesment
(Health information technology)HIT
Acquired immunodeficiency syndromeAids
Telephonic transmission of scanned printed materialFacsimile machines
Based on a concept of balanced or vital energy, that is believed to flow throughout the bodyAncient China
System of medicine detailing the make up and workings of the human bodyFour humours
Porposal for doing or achieving somethingPlan
Situation where part of the output of a situation is used for new inputFeed Back Loop
(Occupational safety and health administration) responsability of ensuring safety at work and a healthful work environmentOSHA
What is above somethingsuperior
Approsed to superiorinferior
Situated in the middlemedial
A side part of something, specially a shoot or branch growing out from the side of the stemlateral
Nearer the frontanterior
Futher back in position of or neares the rear or hind endPosterior
Nearer to the center of the body or the point of attatchementProximal
Away from the the center of the body of from the point of attatchmentdistal
Upper side or back of animal, plant, organdorsal
Parts of the body divided in four to recognize easter the organsbody quadrants
Important parts of the bodyBody regions
Space formed inside the skull. It is part of the dorsal body cavity. The brain occupies the cranial cavitycranial cavity
Located along the dorsal surface of the human bodyDorsal cavity
Space in the vertebral column formed by the verebrate through whichthe spinal chord passesspinal cavity
Human body cavity that is in the front aspect of the himan bodyVentral cavity
Contains stomach, liver pancreas and most of the small intestinesabdominopelvic cavities
Chember of the body vertebrates that is protexted by the theracic wallthoracic cavity

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