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MEDICAL TERM LAY TERM(S) – VA Portland Health Care System

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MEDICAL TERM. LAY TERM(S). ABDOMINAL. Pertaining to body cavity below
diaphragm which contains stomach, intestines, liver, and other organs. ABSORB
… The amount of calcium in a give amount of bone. BRADYARRHYTHMIAS Slow
irregular heart beat. BRADYCARDIA. Slow heartbeat. BRONCHOSPASM.

Medication Guide MULTAQ (MUL-tak) (dronedarone) Tablets – FDA

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This information does not take the place of talking with your doctor about your
medical condition or your treatment. … MULTAQ is a prescription medicine used
to lower the chance that you will need to go into the hospital for atrial … you have
a slow heart rate, less than 50 beats each minute. • you have severe liver
problems …

A Patient Guide – FDA

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Measurements may be made to assess the condition of your heart. One such
measurement is known as ejection fraction (EF). EF measures how much blood is
pumped out to the body with each heart beat, or contraction. Medical studies
have determined that patients who have a low EF measurement are particularly
at risk …

Your Guide to Physical Activity and Your Heart – National Heart

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To reduce the risk of heart disease, adults need only do about 30 minutes of
moder- ate activity on most, and preferably all, days of the week. This level of
activity can also lower your chances of having a stroke, colon cancer, high blood
pressure, diabetes, and other medical problems. If you're also trying to manage
your …

AMA Glossary of Medical Terms A

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miscarriage) or be a medical intervention. Abscess- an accumulation of pus in a
body tissue, usually caused by a bacterial infection. ACE inhibitor- a drug
typically used to treat high blood pressure (Angiotensin-Converting. Enzyme
inhibitor). Achilles tendon- the tendon at the back of the lower leg that connects
the calf …

Your Guide to Lowering Blood Pressure – National Heart, Lung, and …

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Blood pressure rises and falls throughout the day. When blood pressure stays
elevated over time, it's called high blood pressure. The medical term for high
blood … a team to reduce it. The two of you need to agree on your blood pressure
goal. Together, you should come up with a plan and timetable for reaching your
goal.

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May 28, 2009 intervention indicated. Severe, medically significant, medical intervention
indicated. Life-threatening consequences; urgent intervention indicated. Death.
Definition: A disorder characterized by a dysrhythmia with a heart rate less than
60 beats per minute that originates in the sinus node. Sinus tachycardia.

National Chronic Kidney Disease Fact Sheet, 2017 – Centers for …

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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a condition in which the kidneys are damaged
or cannot filter blood as well as healthy kidneys. … these conditions to keep their
blood sugar and blood pressure under control and lower their risk for kidney
failure. Health Problems Caused … Renal is a medical term meaning “having to
do …

Characteristic Signs and Symptoms for Several Pesticide Active …

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Protection Agency; 1999. GLOSSARY OF MEDICAL TERMS: Anorexia:
diminished appetite. Bradycardia: Slow heart rate (generally less than 60 beats
per minute). Carpopedal spasms: spasm of the hands and/or feet. Conjunctivitis:
inflammation of the conjunctiva (the mucous membrane covering the surface of
the eye).

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get the …

Washington State First Responder Field Protocols

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Overdose, Medical Condition By SAMPLE History Or Trauma Assessment … D.
Rapid heart rate. E. Altered mental status (see page 5). III. Role of the First
Responder/Emergency Medical Care. A. Cool patient by fanning, but may be
ineffective … B. Decreased breathing rate/Shortness of Breath (SOB) or increased
breathing.

Children With Special Health Care Needs Provider Manual

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The term technology-assisted children, refers to children with special health care
needs who depend on medical devices to support bodily functions. This term
Slow heart rate, irregular pulses, or signs of early shock in children with
pacemakers …. Monitor the child's pulse rate and overall condition throughout
suctioning.

National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards – EMS.gov

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Definition b. EMR is the first step in the EMS care ladder. 9. Maintain medical and
legal standards and assure patient privacy. 10. Maintain community relations. B.
….. 1. Heart a. Rate is too slow or very fast b. Contractions are too weak c.
Related to heart disease, poisoning, excessive rate, or depth of artificial
ventilation …

GENERIC NAME: – Arizona Department of Health Services

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Sep 17, 2015 Slows sinus rate. • Larger doses decrease BP by decreasing peripheral
resistance. Indications and Field Use: • Conversion of supraventricular …. May
administer up to 5mg per dose according to medical control preference. …
Second or third degree heart block unless a functioning pacemaker is present.

Understanding the Effects of Maltreatment on Brain Development

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(e.g., heart rate, breathing) to the most sophisticated functions (e.g., complex
thought) (Perry, 2000a). The first areas of the brain to fully develop are the
brainstem and midbrain; they govern the bodily functions necessary for life,
called the autonomic functions. At birth, these lower portions of the nervous
system are very well …

Just for the Health of Pilots – Federal Aviation Administration

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UNQUESTIONABLY, the number-one problem most pilots have during their
routine Federal. Aviation Administration medical examination is elevated blood
pressure (hypertension). This is a concern not only for getting (and keeping) a
medical certificate, but in preventing the complications of stroke, heart attack, and
kidney …

Donepezil hydrochloride 5 mg film-coated tablets Donepezil …

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involved in memory function by slowing down the break down of … a heart
condition (irregular or very slow heart beat). • asthma or other long term
recommends. The maximum recommended dose is 10 mg each night. read all of
this leaflet carefully before you start taking this medicine. • Keep this leaflet. You
may need to …