Sp & Def Week 5 Seq 5

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A-N-G-I-O-G-R-A-Mseries of xrays of a blood vessel after injection of radiopaque substance
A-R-R-Y-T-H-M-I-Adeviation from the normal pattern or rhythm of the heartbeat
A-R-T-I-F-A-C-Tdistortion to an ECG caused by signals not orienting from the heart
A-U-G-M-E-N-Tto add or increase
B-I-P-O-L-A-Rhaving two poles or processes
D-E-F-I-B-R-I-L-L-A-T-I-O-Nstopping heart fibrillation by use of drugs, electrical current or by physical means
D-E-P-O-L-A-R-I-Z-A-T-I-O-Nthe process of neutralizing polarity in muscles causing the muscle to contract
D-I-A-S-T-O-L-Ethe force exerted on the arterial walls during cardiac relaxation; the lowest amount of pressure exerted during the cardiac cycle
E-L-E-C-T-R-O-C-A-R-D-I-O-G-R-A-Mrecord or tracing of the electrical activity of the heart; showing P, QRS and T waves
E-L-E-C-T-R-O-D-E-Salso known as sensors, used to conduct electricity from the body to the electrocardiograph
I-N-F-A-R-C-T-I-O-Narea of tissue in an organ or tissue that becomes necrotic (dead) after cessation of blood supply
I-S-C-H-E-M-I-Alocal and temporary lack of blood to an organ or part caused by obstruction of circulation
P-R-E-C-O-R-D-I-A-Lpertaining to the area on the anterior surface of the body overlying the heart
R-E-P-O-L-A-R-I-Z-A-T-I-O-Nreestablishment of a polarized state in a muscle after contraction
S-T-Y-L-U-Sheated slender wire of the electrocardiograph that marks the ECG paper during the recording
S-Y-N-C-O-P-Etemporary loss of consciousness and posture; fainting
S-Y-S-T-O-L-Ethe force exerted on the arterial walls during cardiac contraction; the highest amount of pressure exerted during the cardiac cycle
T-R-A-C-I-N-Gthe graphic recording, usually of an event that changes with time, as with electrocardiogram or an electroencephalogram
U-N-I-P-O-L-A-Rhaving or pertaining to one pole or process
B-I-L-I-R-U-B-I-Norange yellow pigment that forms from the breakdown of...
H-E-M-A-T-U-R-I-Aabnormal presence of blood in urine
R-E-A-G-E-N-Tchemical substance that detects or synthesizes other substances in a chemical reaction, used in laboratory analyses because it is known to react in a specific way
S-E-D-I-M-E-N-Tinsoluable material that settles to the bottom of a liquid as the material examined in the microscope urinalysis examination
T-U-R-B-I-Dliquid which is opaque; not clear -- used to describe urine that is heavily clouded
U-R-I-N-A-L-Y-S-I-Sexamination of the physical. chemical and microscopic properties of urine