Flashcards in QUIZ 2 - Chapter 11 Deck (64)
Client Factors include
values, beliefs, spirituality, body functions, body structures
Body structures refers to ________.
Body Functions refers to ______.
_____ are the smallest unit of matter
_________ is anything that takes up space and has mass/weight
T/F - all atoms, no matter their many different elements, have the same mass and space requirements
F - very unique
Atoms link together to form __.
The cells found in the human body are ____ cells.
What does DNA stand for?
molecules come together and form _____.
Cells come together and form _______.
Tissues come together to form ______.
Organs come together to form _______ _____.
Organ systems come together to form _____.
Refers to the back of the body
posterior or dorsal
Refers to the front of the body
anterior or ventral
Refers to the head or "above"
superior or cephalad
Refers to the tail, foot, or "below"
inferior or caudal
Means "closer to the body"
Means "farther away from the body"
Means farther away from midline
Principles, standards, or qualities considered worthwhile or desirable by the client who holds them
cognitive content held as true
The "personal quest for understanding answers to ultimate questions about life, meaning and the sacred
This plane divides the body into left and right sides.
the axis for the sagittal plane is the _axis.
This plane divides the body into anterior and posterior
the axis for the frontal plane is the _ axis.
The axis for the horizontal plane is the _ axis.
____ is the bending of a joint
the straightening of a joint
This is the movement away from the midline
This is movement toward the midline
internal rotation can also be called
external rotation can also be called
This system consists of bones, cartilage, ligaments, and joints
trunk of body
3 types of muscle...what are they again?
smooth, cardiac, and skeletal
The prime mover muscle that shortens, producing movement at a jonit
The muscle that lengthens to allow movement at a joint
This systems comprises the hair, skin, nails, and sebaceous glands
2 layers of skin are called...
epidermis and dermis
This is another word for pressure sores
This system consists of the heart, blood, blood vessels, and bone marrow.
This system has the following primary functions: mental, sensory and pain, and neuromuscular as well as movement-related functions
The two subdivisions of the NS
CNS and PNS
CNS consists of
brain and spinal cord
PNS consists of
Special sense organs (eg: eyes and ears)
ANS consists of these two subdivisions
sympathetic and parasympathetic
Best way to remember sympathetic
fight or flight
Best way to remember parasympathetic
rest or digest
This system has the following primary functions: digestive and metabolic
This system has to do with eating
This system has to do with peeing
primary focus of the lymphatic system
This system fights disease
This system is necessary for having the ability to have kids
What does the term ADL stand for?
Activities of Daily Living
What does IADL stand for?
Instrumental activities of daily living
What does BADL stand for?
basic activities of daily living
What does PADL stand for
personal activities of daily living