Puzzles and worksheets similar to Oxygenation Bingo Cards

Lab Equipment Word Search

Lab Equipment Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

protein free filtrate
spectrophotometer
flame photometer
refractometer
bottle brush
oscilloscope
calibration
drying rack
erlinmeyer
microscope
petri dish
statistics
volumetric
acid wash
autoclave
calculate
condensor
glassware
pippettes
sterilize
test tube
tilt tube
syringes
balance
beakers
formula
needles
titrate
weights
clamps
funnel
scales
tubing
curve
flask
serum

Infection Control & Pathogens Word Search

Infection Control & Pathogens Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Mode of Transmission
Standard Precautions
Chain of Infection
Infection Control
Susceptible Host
Portal of Entry
Portal of Exit
Opportunistic
Microorganism
Chemical Bath
Sterilization
Contaminated
Disinfectant
Handwashing
Rickettsaie
Endogenous
Antisepsis
Reservoir
Exogenous
Anaerobic
Infection
Autoclave
Pathogen
Spirilla
Helminth
Protozoa
Bacteria
Sterile
Aerobic
Goggles
Bacilli
Fomite
Gloves
Sepsis
Gowns
Cocci
Fungi
Virus
Mask
MRSA
PPE
VRE

Orthopedic Word Search

Orthopedic Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

osteoarthritis
amphiarthosis
osteoporosis
dorsiflexion
articulation
boutonniere
dislocation
subluxation
metacarpal
spirometer
periosteum
prosthesis
osteoblast
cartilage
diaphysis
pronation
phalanges
ankylosis
rounding
synovial
ligament
effusion
eversion
patella
bursae
hallux
tendon
reflex
spinal
sprain
crutch
femur
ulnar

Assisting with Respirations and Oxygen Delivery Crossword

Assisting with Respirations and Oxygen Delivery Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

warms and humidifies air
_____ ______ protect the airway from collapse during injury
if you aspirate where do you auscultate on the chest first
if my patient doesn't swallow well after a stroke, I need _______ at bedside
where does O2 and CO2 exchange happen
how does the body know it's oxygen levels are getting low
what is the number one cause of hypoxia
how to you fix obstruciton of the airway by the tongue
what is the easiest way to clear mucus from the airway
things in the airway like vomit, legos or a wad of gum are considered
with NT suction you use ________ technique
with oral suction you use ________ technique
if you notice burn marks around the mouth and nose the patient may need to be ________
How do I help a patient with a foreign object in his/her airway?
what causes the obstruction in a COPD patient? ________ ________
a restrictive problem that you would need to control pain for in order for your patient to deep breathe might be _______
4 areas of the body that are sensitive to oxygenation
to know your p-ox reading is accurate you need to __________ the p-ox heart rate and the patient's heart rate
what is the max flow for a nasal cannula? ____ liters per minute
liter flow x _______ + 20 equals fio2 from nasal cannula
which mask can you give 31% oxygen
if my patient has no ________ always start cpr
in a person older that 70 the lungs and thorax lose some of thier _______
I can help those with impaired cilia by encouraging _______

RT WEEK Word Scramble

RT WEEK Word Scramble
Type
Word Scramble
Description

OXYGEN
APNEA
COPD
RESPIRATORY
VENTILATOR
STRIDOR
PEEP
SUCTION
COUGH
BREATH
CANNULA
ATELECTASIS
TRACHEOSTOMY
ASTHMA
HYPOXEMIA
ALBUTEROL
ATROVENT
MUCOMYST
NEBULIZER
NONREBREATHER

CHAPTER 49: ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY AND PULMONARY TESTING Word Search

CHAPTER 49: ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY AND PULMONARY TESTING Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Peak expiratory flow rate
Pulmonary function test
Forced vital capacity
Calibration syringe
Electrocardiography
Electrocardiograph
Electrocardiogram
Echocardiography
Depolarization
Holter monitor
Repolarization
Cardiac cycle
Rhythm strip
Dysrhythmia
Sleep apnea
Stress test
Deflection
Spirometer
Electrode
Hypoxemia
Artifact
Polarity
Lead

First Aid Crossword Puzzle

First Aid Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

Always wear your _______________ when you ride in a car.
An antiseptic (or antibiotic) cream or spray helps prevent ____________ from causing an infection in a cut or scrape.
Only call 911 in a true ___________ , never as a joke.
To prevent sunburn, you should wear _____________ , protective clothing, and a hat.
When you ride your bicycle or scooter, always wear a ____________ .
It is not a good idea to go hiking by yourself. You should go with a _________, and make sure to bring all the supplies you will need.
In case of an emergency, notify an _________ immediately, and if there is none available, call 911.
Gently wash a minor cut or scrape with soap and ________ .
A cut or scrape that doesn't stop bleeding after _____ minutes of applying pressure may need further medical attention.
A cut or scrape may be ________ if it is getting more red, painful, warm, swollen, or has green, yellow or creamy drainage.
After cleaning a minor cut or scrape, apply a ___________ , and change it daily until the wound heals.
Apply a _________ cloth or ________ water to a burn, and do not pop any blisters that form.
Never go swimming unless a _____________ or other adult is watching you.
The Heimlich maneuver can be used on someone who is ____________ .
CPR should only be started if the person is unresponsive, not breathing, and has no __________ .
For a joint sprain or strain, try RICE - rest, ______ , compression and elevation.

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Word Search

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

cellular respiration
chemical reactions
carbon dioxide
photosynthesis
mitochondrion
light energy
chloroplast
glycolysis
cytoplasm
C6H12O6
glucose
oxygen
water
CO2
H2O
atp
O2

Pulmonary Rehab Week Word Search

Pulmonary Rehab Week Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

pulmonary rehabilitation
incentive spirometer
pursed lip breathing
pulmonary fibrosis
pleural effusion
bronchiectasis
nasal cannula
atelectasis
bronchitis
albuterol
emphysema
pneumonia
acapella
steroids
wheezing
exercise
rhonchi
inhaler
alveoli
oxygen
asthma
airway
rales
lungs
copd

Surgical Asepsis Crossword

Surgical Asepsis Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

kills ALL microorganisms & used for items in contact with internal body
transmitted during coughing
disease producing organisms
resistance to disease
found in blood producing disease
spread by air current in a room
cleaning removing debris
susceptible host
someone with a cold
many different routes of transmission
caring for any type of diagnosis
remove microorganisms
soaking instruments
protect workers from HIV & bloodborne pathogens
body is entered
area free of microorganisms
being free of germs