Flashcards in Unit Test 3 Deck (53):
How do kids 10 and under do the Allergy Test?
They use their back and arm, put a line every 1/2 inch to 1 and 1/2 inches apart, put allergens on
How many days do they sometimes make them go with antihistamines?
What is this test called?
How long does it take to get a reaction with the percutaneus test?
What is a patch test?
Put on a patch with an allergin
Where do you place the patch for the patch test? How long does the patch stay on?
On their arm or back, 48 hours
What is the interdermal test?
Injected into interdermal skin
How long does the interdermal test take to react?
It takes 10-15 minutes
What does RAST mean?
What is RAST?
Draw your blood to test things in your blood
What are some reactions people can have too Allergies?
Wheezing and coughing
How do you do a hearing test?
Doctors office put you in a booth with headphones can’t hear you, also you can’t see them
What chart do you use for a vision test?
A shell chart
How far back to do you have to be to take the vision test?
20 feet and 2nd to last line
What is a Pulmonary Function Test?
See how lungs breathe in and out
What is the pulmonary function tests trying to see?
How much you can inhale and exhale in one breath
How does the Pulmonary Function Test procedure go?
Standing, big breath, nose clamps, mouth thing, exhale as long as you can, do this 2 to 3 times
If you have bad lungs what is some treatment?
Inhaler and steroids
If you want to draw blood what can help it come out faster?
Putting a rubber band around you arm where you are drawing the blood, you can also clench your wrist
What needle is a fine point needle?
What are the 3 conversions?
Fractions, Decimals, Percent
What does score mean for a pill?
It means it’s marked
What percent of drugs make it to the clinical testing?
What is DEA?
Drug Enforcement Association
What are the drug names?
Chemical name, generic name, trade name
What is the approval drug process?
Lab/drug testing, animal toxicity/testing, human clinical trials
What are some ways to get drugs?
Nasal, injection, orally, rectally, subcutaneous, paraentreal
What are some factors of drugs?
Height and weight, allergies, age, gender, pregnant/non-pregnant
What are some factors that affect the drug?
Immune responses, psychological factors, accumulation, tolerance, drug interactions
What is adrenegeric?
Constricts blood vessels, narrows aluminum of vessel blood, drug they give epi pen/Neoseneohrin
What are anticoagulants?
Delay clots in your blood
What are anticonvulsants?
Fights swelling and inflammatory
Anti- cancer cells
What are some alternative therapies?
Chemistry, glucose, alcohol