18 mos to 3 y/o
Fetal Alcohol Effect (FAE)
before age 18 years
shaken baby syndrome
spastic cerebral palsy
ataxic cerebral palsy
spina bifida occulta
Crutches & Braces
Dimple in skin
Neural Tube Defect
Fluid filled Sac
Form of anesthesia, loss of sensation in one localized part of the body
Implies that a specified quantity of drug was rapidly administered IV.
Branch of medicine dealing with operative procedures to correct deformities and defects
Form of anesthesia that uses paste or gel on a specific area
Medication to relieve pain
Opioid analgesic used to supplement general anesthesia during and after surgery to control pain
A physician who specializes in the practice of anesthesia
flexible tube tha tis inserted into a vein or artery to deliver medication, fluids or remove fluids from body
registered nurse who has additional education & training in the administration of anesthetic medications
"Breathing tube"; Placed in trachea to ensure the airway remains open and protected so air reaches the lungs
Instrument used to open throat and larynx, so that intubation is possible
combination of drugs used to medically-induce a state of reversible consciousness
Lying face up and on an incline with head lower than legs
Form of anesthesia, interrupts pain sensation along a nerve in certain part of body, injected into or around the nerve
Loss of motor response (movement) due to paralysis of motor nerves
A state which there is malleable rigidity of limbs, generally unresponsive to aural, visual, or minor painful stimuli.
Endotracheal tube has been removed from airway
The insertion of tube into the airway to protect it from collapsing; opening up the airway to give oxygen, anesthetic or medication
A powerful inhaled drug used for induction and general maintenance of anesthesia; Non-flammable
Stage of anesthesia; erratic breathing, irregular heart rate, nausea, dilated pupils
Inhalation of oro-pharyngeal or gastric content into larynx and respiratory tract
Deprived of adequate oxygen supply
Implies that a specified quantity of drug was rapidly administered IV.
Branch of medicine dealing with operative procedures to correct deformities and defects.
Medication to relieve pain.
A physician who specializes in the practice of anesthetics.
Flexible tube that is inserted into a vein or artery tp deliver medications, fluids or remove fluids from the body.
Instrument used to open the throat and larynx so that intubation is possible.
Combination of drugs used to medically-induce a state of reversible unconsciousness.
Form of anesthesia, interrupts pain sensation along a nerve in certain parts of the body. injected in or around a nerve.
State in which there is malleable rigidity of the limbs, generally unresponsive to to aural, visual, or minor painful stimuli.
Form of anesthesia, loss of sensation in one localized part of the body.
Form of anesthesia, uses paste or gel on specific area.
Opioid analgesic used to supplement general anesthesia during and after surgery to control pain.
Registered nurse who has received additional education and training in the administration of anesthetic medications.
"Breathing Tube"; Placed in trachea to ensure the airway remains open and protected so air reaches the lungs.
Lying face up and on an incline with head lower than legs.
Loss of motor response (movement) due to paralysis of motor nerves.
Endotracheal tube has be removed from the airway.
Deprived of adequate oxygen supply.
Entry of liquid or solid material into the trachea and lungs.
REM Stage of anesthesia.
Colorless, nonflammable inhalent
Flammable anesthetic no longer used.
A progressive disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions.
type of cancer of the brain. They originate in a particular kind of glial cells, star-shaped brain cells in the cerebrum called astrocytes. This type of tumor does not usually spread outside the brain and spinal cord and it does not usually affect other organs.
A cancerous or noncancerous mass or growth of abnormal cells in the brain.
a state of deep unconsciousness that lasts for a prolonged or indefinite period, caused especially by severe injury or illness
A brain injury caused by a blow to the head or a violent shaking of the head and body.
an acutely disturbed state of mind that occurs in fever, intoxication, and other disorders and is characterized by restlessness, illusions, and incoherence of thought and speech.
A group of thinking and social symptoms that interferes with daily functioning.
on or around the dura mater, in particular (of an anesthetic) introduced into the space around the dura mater of the spinal cord.
A disorder in which nerve cell activity in the brain is disturbed, causing seizures.
A condition in which the immune system attacks the nerves.
is the symptom of pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck.
A build-up of fluid in the cavities deep within the brain.
A birth defect in which a developing baby's spinal cord fails to develop properly.
occurs when a developing baby's spinal cord fails to develop or close properly while in the womb.
refers to a burning or prickling sensation that is usually felt in the hands, arms, legs, or feet, but can also occur in other parts of the body.
A virus that may cause paralysis and is easily preventable by the polio vaccine.
A rare but serious condition that causes confusion, swelling in the brain, and liver damage.
Also called: split spine
A pool of blood between the brain and its outermost covering.
the state of being unconscious.
What is effected by Spina Bifida?
A birth defect when the baby’s spinal cord fails to...
A symptom of Spina Bifida is..
When a baby is born the ____________ are obvious.
Some cases take more time to diagnose, sometimes it’s ____________.
Blood test done in the second trimester to determine if a baby has Spina Bifida?
How can Spina Bifida be defected before birth?
How can you correct Spina Bifida?
Main specialist that operates on Spina Bifida?
Long term effects are based on ___________ of the condition.
A disability that occurs before 18 years of age
caused by an extra chromosome ; physical characteristics include small head, flat face
children diagnosed with _______ usually avoid physical contact
this type of DD usually causes hyperactivity; one of the most preventable DD
milder form of FASD
children with DS usually have this medical condition
an approach that rewards positive behaviour
congenital defect of the spinal column
A disorder affecting muscle control caused by an injury or abnormality in the motor region of the brain
Loss of ability to move corresponding parts on both sides of the body
Brief disturbance in the brain's normal electrical function; affects awareness, movement, and sensation
condition in which fluid collects in the brain
impaired ability to learn and results in below-average intelligence and limitations in the ability to function in certain areas of daily life
condition characterized by recurrent (occurring repeatedly from time to time) seizures
mildest form of spina bifida
What is the gap between neurons called?
The ____ system interacts with and controls all the other organ systems in the body
Main control center of the body, includes brain and spine.
Nervous System vital organ
Main communication between brain and the rest of the body
Nervous System that receives information from the environment and transmits commands to organs and glands
Cluster of nerve cell bodies
Tissues of the nervous system
Provide structural support and protect neurons
Cells of the nervous system
Neurons are made up of three parts: Cell Body, Dendrites, and ____
Type of neuron that transmits impulses from sensory organ to CNS
Type of neuron that transmits impulses from PNS to CNS
Type of neuron that transmits impulse from CNS to muscles and glands
Sensory organ that uses electromagnetic receptors
Chemical signals that carry messages across synapse