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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

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How many days do they sometimes make them go with antihistamines?

3-10 days

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What is this test called?

Percutaneous test

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How long does it take to get a reaction with the percutaneus test?

10-30 minutes

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What is a patch test?

Put on a patch with an allergin

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Where do you place the patch for the patch test? How long does the patch stay on?

On their arm or back, 48 hours

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What is the interdermal test?

Injected into interdermal skin

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How long does the interdermal test take to react?

It takes 10-15 minutes

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What does RAST mean?

Radioallergosorbent

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What is RAST?

Draw your blood to test things in your blood

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What are some reactions people can have too Allergies?

Wheezing and coughing

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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

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What chart do you use for a vision test?

A shell chart

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How far back to do you have to be to take the vision test?

20 feet and 2nd to last line

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What is a Pulmonary Function Test?

See how lungs breathe in and out

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What is the pulmonary function tests trying to see?

How much you can inhale and exhale in one breath

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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

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If you have bad lungs what is some treatment?

Inhaler and steroids

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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

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What needle is a fine point needle?

Butterfly needle

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What are the 3 conversions?

Fractions, Decimals, Percent

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What does score mean for a pill?

It means it’s marked

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What percent of drugs make it to the clinical testing?

1/10

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What is DEA?

Drug Enforcement Association

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What are the drug names?

Chemical name, generic name, trade name

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What is the approval drug process?

Lab/drug testing, animal toxicity/testing, human clinical trials

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What are some ways to get drugs?

Nasal, injection, orally, rectally, subcutaneous, paraentreal

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What are some factors of drugs?

Height and weight, allergies, age, gender, pregnant/non-pregnant

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What are some factors that affect the drug?

Immune responses, psychological factors, accumulation, tolerance, drug interactions

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What is adrenegeric?

Constricts blood vessels, narrows aluminum of vessel blood, drug they give epi pen/Neoseneohrin

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What are anticoagulants?

Delay clots in your blood

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What are anticonvulsants?

Stops seizures

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Anti-medic

Anti-nausea pill

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Anti-depressants

Fights depression

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Anti-fungals

Fights fungus

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Anti-migraine

Fights migraine

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Anti-inflammatory

Fights swelling and inflammatory

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Anti-migraine

Fights migraines

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Anti-neoplasticism

Anti- cancer cells

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Anti-hypertension

Fights hypertension

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Anti-pyretics

Antifever medication

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Anti Pruitics

Relieves itching

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Bronchodilator

Dialates bronchioles

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Anti viral

Virus

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What are some alternative therapies?

Herbal

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Red

Serene test

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Blue

Coagulation

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Gold

Serene test

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Light green

Plasma

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Army green

Chemistry test

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Purple

Humantology test

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Grey

Chemistry, glucose, alcohol

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Yellow

Bloody body fluid, body culture