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Perfusion
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Nuclear Chemistry Word Search

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radiotracer
ionizing radiation
transuranium element
induced transmutation
thermonuclear reaction
nuclear fusion
mass defect
critical mass
breeder reactor
transmutation
strong nuclear force
radiochemical dating
radioactive decay series
positron emission
positron
nucleon
half life
electron capture
beta radiation
alpha radiation
gamma ray
xray
radioisotope
penetrating power

Radioactivity Word Search

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Polonium
Uranium
Curie
Becquerel
dangerous
gamma
ionization
fission
fusion
positive charge
aluminum
high frequency
electromagnetic radiation
half-life
nuclear power
fragmentations
positron
spontaneously
beta
alpha
radioisotope

Mechanincal Ventilation Crossword

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Crossword
Description

oral care, head of bed 30degrees, SBT, sedation holiday, peptic ulcer prophylaxis, OG vs NG, hand hygiene VAP bundle
results in diffuse alveolar damage, pulmonary microvascular thrombosis, and low lung compliance ARDS
perfusion without ventilation shunt
ventilation without perfusion dead space
how to evaluate delirium in ventilated patient CAM ICU
atelectasis, barotruma, volutrauma, VAP complications
Increaseed PEEP can cause decreased ____________ (cardiac effect) blood pressure
combats neuromuscular effects early mobility
awakening and breathing, choice of sedation, delirium monitoring, early mobilization, family ABCDEF Bundle
reversal of indication for mechanical ventilation, adequate gas exchange, ability to initiate a breath, hemodynamic stability extubation
most successful predictor of ventilator liberation is _______________ SBT
propofol, fentanyl, precedex sedation
high pressure, low pressure, volume alarms
assist control, intermittent mandatory volume mode
pressure support, pressure control, APRV Pressure mode
this setting used to be commonly initiated at 5 and now the standard is 8 PEEP

Nuclear Physics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Force that holds the nucleus of an atom together StrongForce
Force that acts on large bodies such as planets and stars Gravity
Two Nuclei combine to produce a nuclei with more mass Fusion
The most penetrating radiation, created the fictional "Hulk" GammaRadiation
Very small particle that carries strong force Gluon
Nuclear force that leads to beta decay WeakForce
A radio-isotope that emits non-ionizing radiation and is used to signal the presence of an element or specific substance Radiotracer
Can block alpha particles paper
Splitting of an atom of one element into an element of another atom Fission
The amount of energy needed to bind an element together BindingEnergy
The force that causes attraction between protons and electrons and repulsion between charges of the same kind ElectromagneticForce
Uses a phosphor detector to detect radiation and emits a bright light GeigerCounter
Particles emitted from a radioactive source, there are several types of these Radiation
Can block gamma radiation Lead
Particle with the mass of an electron but has a positive charge Positron
Mass needed to make a fission or fusion reaction work CriticalMass
Helium nuclei that have been emitted from a radioactive source AlphaParticle
Can block beta particles Plastic
Name of a city in which an atomic bomb was dropped on in WWII Hiroshima
Last name of the man who created the equation E=mc^2 Einstein
The amount of time for half of a substance to undergo radioactive decay HalfLife
Bomb made using the fusion of hydrogen into helium HydrogenBomb
Bomb made using the fission of uranium atoms AtomicBomb
Happens when a nuclear power plant explodes Meltdown
Radioactive isotopes can be used for medical ______________. Imaging

Ventilation- Perfusion Coupling Crossword

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Crossword
Description

low levels of oxygen in tissues hypoxia
less blood flow to lungs or increase in ventialtion increase
foreign body in the lungs aspiration
amount of oxygen passing thru lung every minute fourliters
excess fluid in the lungs pulmonaryedema
V/Q mismatching is a symptom of ________ COPD
a blood clot in the lungs which usually begins as a clot in the legs which breaks off and travels to the lungs pulmonaryembolism
breathing ventilation
blood flow perfusion
combo of bronchospasm, mucus plugs, inflammation, and airway obstruction chronicbronchitis
Po2 controls perfusion by altering WHAT diameter arteriolar
Pco2 controls ventilation by changing WHAT diameter bronchiolar
another word for mismatching coupling
space in respiratory system in which air does not undergo significant gaseous exchange deadspace
amount of blood passing thru lungs every minute fiveliters
damage to alveoli, results in air becoming trapped causing to expand and rupture emphysema
in low V and high Q bronchioles will ______. dilate
low levels of oxygen in the blood hypoxemia
more blood flow to the lungs or decrease in ventilation decrease
the pulmonary arterioles serving those alveoli ____ in low V/ high Q constrict

Nuclear Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Positively charged particle emitted by various radioactive materials during decay. It consists of two neutrons and two protons Alaphaparticle
Smallest particle of an element which cannot be chemically divided any further. Atom
Electron with positive or negative charge emitted by a nucleus or elementary particle during beta decay or produced by a nuclear reaction Beta particle
an X-ray image made using computerized axial tomography. CAT scan
The spontaneous conversion of a nuclide into another nuclide or into another energy state of the same nuclide. Decay
Chemical base material which cannot be chemically converted into simpler substances. Element
Formation of a heavy nucleus from lighter nuclei releasing energy - the binding energy. Fusion
Fission of an atomic nucleus into two parts of the same size caused by the collision of a particle. Fission
Highly-energetic, short-wave electromagnetic radiation emitted from the nucleus of an atom. Gamma radiation
The period during which half of the nuclei decay in a quantity of radionuclides. Half-life
Element or compound made radioactive for easy tracing in biological, chemical and industrial processes. Indicator
Non-flammable gas, e.g. CO2, nitrogen, noble gases. Inert gas

Nuclear Medicine Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Process by which radiation is reduced in intensity attenuation
unit of radioactivity in SI becquerel
device use to confine the elements of a beam within an assigned solid angle collimator
type of atom whose nucleus disintegrates spontaneously radionuclide
imaging system that uses one to three gamma detectors to produce tomographic images spect
deposition of radioactive material in any place where its presence is not desired contamination
ionizing radiation with characteristics of an electron betaparticle
time required for disintegration of half of the original activity of a radioactive nuclide halflife
Particulate form of ionizing radiation consisting of a helium nucleus alphaparticle
nuclides of the same element that have different atomic mass but the same number of protons isotope

Nuclear Chemistry Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The ability of radiation to pass through matter Penetrating Power
Isotopes of atoms with unstable nuclei Radioisotope
A form of high energy electromagnetic radiation emitted from some materials that are in an excited electron state X-Ray
High energy radiation that accounts for most of the energy lost during radioactive decay Gamma Ray
Radiation that is made up of alpha particles and is deflected toward a negatively charged plate when radiation from a radioactive source is directed between two electrically plates Alpha radiation
Radiation that is made up of beta particles and is deflected toward a positively charged plate when radiation from the radioactive source is directed between two electrically charged plates Beta radiation
A radioactive decay process that occurs when an atom's nucleus draws in a surrounding electron, which combines with a proton to form a neutron, resulting in an x-ray photon being emitted Electron capture
The time required for one-half of a radioisotope's nuclei to decay into its products Half-life
Protons and neutrons Nucleon
A particle that has the same mass as an electron but an opposite charge Positron
A radioactive decay process in which a proton in the nucleus is converted into a neutron and a positron, and then the positron is emitted from the nucleus Positron emission
A series of nuclear reactions that starts with an unstable nucleus and results in the formation of a stable nucleus Radioactive Decay Series
The process that is used to determine the age of an object by measuring the amount of a certain radioisotope remaining in that object Radiochemical dating
A force that acts on subatomic particles that are extremely close together and overcomes electrostatic repulsion among protons Strong Nuclear force
A reaction in which an atom's atomic number is altered Transmutation
A nuclear reactor that is able to produce more fuel than it uses Breeder reactor
The minimum mass of a sample of fissionable material necessary to sustain a nuclear chain reaction Critical mass
The difference in mass between a nucleus and its component nucleons Mass defect
The splitting of a nucleus into smaller, more stable fragments, accompanied by a large release of energy Nuclear Fission
The process of binding smaller atomic nuclei into a single, larger, and more stable nucleus Nuclear fusion
A nuclear fusion reaction Thermonuclear reaction
The process in which nuclei are bombarded with high-velocity charged particles in order to create new elements Induced Transmutation
An element with an atomic number of 93 or greater on the periodic table Transuranium element
Radiation that is energetic enough to ionize matter it collides with Ionizing Radiation
An isotope that emits non-ionizing radiation and is used to signal the presence of an element or specific substance Radiotracer

RADIOLOGY Word Search

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X-Ray
Stent
Radiopharmaceutical
Radiologist
Pulmonary Circulation
Pulmonary Artery
Electrocardiography
Electrocardiogram
Echocardiography
Diagnostic Radiology
Diagnosis
Ct Scan
Coronary Arteries
Coronary Angiography
Congestive Heart Failure
Congential Heart Disease
Cardiovascular System
Cardiac Mri
Cardiac Arrest
Capillaries
Blood Pressure
Atherosclerosis
Arteriogram
Aorta
Angioplasty
Angiography

Respiratory Bingo!

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Nose, Pharynx, Larynx
Lower Respiratory Tract
Trachea
Larynx
Smooth Muscle
Esophagus
Respiratory System
Dyspnea
Inhalation
Exhalation
Pulmonary Ventilation
Lungs
Bronchi
Pharynx
Apnea
Respiratory Arrest
The Diaphragm
The exchange of gases
Tonsillitis
rapid&deep respirations
Slow&Shallow Respirations
Cheyne-Strokes Respiration
Pleura
Alveoli

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