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INCREASE LYSOSOME ACTIVITY
VASODILATION
VASOCONSTRICTION
SMOOTH MUSCLE CONTRACTION
PLATELET AGGReEGATION
PHAGOCYTOSIS
PAIN
MAST CELL CHEM RELEASE
GRANULOMA FORMATION
FEVER
ENDOTHELIAL STICKINESS
CHEMOTAXIS
MODIFIED PHOSPHOLIPIDS
EICOSANIODS
LEUKOTRIENES
CYTOKINES
VASOACTIVE AMINES
KININS
CHEMOTACTIC AGENTS
COMPLETE DERIVED PROTEINS

Immunity Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Nonspecific cytokine that directs traffic of white blood cells and points out where problems are chemokine
Include certain viruses, bacteria, and fungi that enter the body and cause disease pathogens
Antibody obtained by actively being produced by another organism passiveimmunity
Response to pathogens entering the body where vasodilation occurs, increased capillary permeability and increased phagocytosis to take out all bad pathogens inflammatoryresponse
The most common white blood cell neutrophils
Immunity where you do not know what is being fought, first line of defense nonspecificimmunity
Ingestion of a pathogen by a cell like, basophils and macrophages phagocytosis
Is the study of internal defense systems immunology
Nonspecific immunity message made up of a large diverse group of peptides and proteins cytokines
Creates both t and b-cells as well as differentiating them thymus
Involved in antibody mediated immunity, mature into plasma cell that create free floating antibodies bcell
Involved in cell mediated immunity, able to differentiate to destroy and remember pathogens tcell
Number one cause of death worldwide cancer
Display foreign antigen, inactive until activated by pathogens, presents the pathogens to t-cells apc
When mast cells release histamine to increase blood flow vasodilation
Labels antigens for destruction antibody
A common clinical symptom of widespread inflammation that helps the body fight infection fever
Nonspecific cytokine that gives a status update of cells and helps mediate inflammation intereukins
Large granular lymphocytes that are active against tumor cells and have perforin to pop holes in bad cells naturalkiller
Nonspecific cytokine that warns neighboring cells when infected by a virus inerferons

Cardiovascular System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Side of the heart that delivers oxygen? Left side
Vasodilation increasing blood flow
Vasoconstriction Decreases blood flow
Structure of Capillaries Walls are one cell layer thick
Function of the veins Carry blood towards the heart
How many chambers does the heart have? Four
Left side
Function of Red blood cells oxygen to body
Function of white blood cells Fight infection
Function of Vena Cava Carries deoxygenated blood

Pharmacology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Used to treat stable and variant angina Nitroglycerin
Reduce heart’s oxygen demand by decreasing heart rate Beta-Adrenergic Blockers
Used to treat atrial fibrillation and flutter and ventricular tachycardia Quinidine
Dilates vessels Vasodilators
Decrease formation of angiotensin II ACE Inhibitors
Work by increasing cell calcium concentration to enhance contractility of cardiac muscle Cardiac Glycosides
Works by increasing length of coagulation Heparin
Used on inpatient and outpatient basis for long-term anticoagulation Warfarin
Prevent platelets from binding together Antiplatelets
Used to prevent or treat excessive bleeding from surgical sites Thrombolytics
Stimulates water reabsorption from nephrons Vasopressin
Stimulates contraction of smooth muscle in the uterus Oxytocin
Controls the level of blood glucose Insulin
Treatment of mild to moderate type 2 diabetes Sulfonylureas
Often used to treat asthma in children Isoproterenol
Agents that widen the diameter of bronchial tubes Bronchodilators
Used to treat respiratory conditions such as nasal congestion Corticosteroids
Used to treat osteoporosis in postmenopausal women Calcitonin
Used to prevent and treat osteoporosis and to reduce risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women Raloxifene
Used to treat severe attacks of gout Uricosuric Agents

Sports Medicine I Word Search

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Description

amnesia
analgesic
anti-inflammatories
biomechanics
cerebral contusion
cryotherapy
dislocation
epidural
epistaxis
fracture
hematoma
histamine
modalities
orthopedic
palpation
Physcial exam
physician
Point tenderness
quadriplegia
Range of motion
Sign
sprain
strain
stretching
subdural
Symptom
thermotherapy
trauma
traumatic brain injury
vasoconstriction

Tissue inflammation and healing Crossword

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Description

A local defensive response to tissue injury of any kind including trauma and infection. Inflammation
Chemicals that regulate inflamation and immunity, often small proteins. Cytokines
Increasing blood flow beyond normal via vasodilation Hyperemia
Leukocyte adhesion to selectins that tumble along the endothelium and block blood flow. Margination
Inflammation involves containment and destruction __________. Pathogens
Condition when, within fee hours of inflammation, neutrophil count in blood rise way above normal levels Neutropilla
Name the agent of inflammation that will clean up tissue damage, phagotise bacteria, tissue debris, dead and dying leukocytes and pathogens Macrophages
A kinin that stimultes pain receptors. Bradykinin
Major agents of tissue cleanup and repair. Monocytes
A pool of yellowish fluid made up of dead cells, other tissue debris and tissue fluid. Pus

Second Line of Defense Crossword

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Description

Phagocytosis, inflammation, fever, interferon, complement second line of defense
Surveillance of white blood cells Macrophage
The second line of defense has to be ready at the portal of entry
Constant migration through blood and tissues looking for foreign cells white blood cells
residing on the surface of white blood cells protein receptors
pathogen associated molecular pattern PAMP
when a white blood cell toll like receptors comes in contact with a PAMP recognition
protein receptors, multiple types toll like receptors
has a major immune function that provides a passageway within and between tissues and organs, also containing many white blood cells reticuloendothelial
Has three major functions one acting as a "drain off" for inflammatory response *study all functions lymphatic system
A blood cell type with a function of inflammatory response Basophil
cell type with the ability to differentiate into macrophages or dendritic cells monocyte
white blood cells that are attracted to chemokines Chemotaxis
White blood cells migrate out of circulation Diapedesis
Tissue injury caused by physical or chemical agent or pathogenic microorganism Inflammation
destruction of pathogens by nuetrophils, monocytes, lymphocytes, and macrophages Phagocytosis
Inflammation provokes a systemic response with ___________ and proliferation of white blood cells fever
Mediator with both vasoactive and chemotactive effects and has 5 stages: initiation, amplification, cascade, polymerization, and membrane attack Complement components

Phagocytosis Crossword

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Crossword
Description

First step in the phagocytosis process Chemotaxis
Last step in the phagcytosis process Exocytosis
Phagosome fuses with enzyme filled lysosome Phagolysosome
Macrophages, giant cells and T cells form concentrated groups granulomas
Cells in the bodies first line of defense Sentinel
Everyday protectors of tissue macrophage
More killing power than macrophages Neutrophil
Cell death that does not trigger inflamation apoptosis
Cell death that does trigger inflammation pyroptosis
Strong indication of infectious disease fever

Drug Classifications Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cause vasoconstriction dilate pupils and bronchioles Adrenergics
Reduce the sensory function of the brain Analgesics
Reduce anxiety and tension Antianxiety Agents
Slow or retard multiplication of fungi Antifungals
Alter circulation to the brain Antimigraine Agents
Inhibit development of and destroy cancerous cells Antineoplastics
Relieve itching Antipruritics
relax the smooth muscle of the bronchi Bronchodilators
Inhibit conception Contraceptives
Cause the pupil to contract Miotics

biology Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

active transport
cell membrane
cell wall
centriole
chloroplast
chromatin
chromosome
concentration
cytoplasm
cytoskeleton
diffusion
endocytosis
equilibrium
eukaryote
exocytosis
facilitated diffusion
Golgi apparatus
hypertonic
hypotonic
isotonic
lysosome
mitochondria
nuclear envelope
nucleolus
nucleus
organelle
osmosis
phagocytosis
phospholipid bilayer
pinocytosis
prokaryote
ribosome
rough endoplasmic reticulum
smooth endoplasmic reticulum
solute
solvent
vacuole

soil Word Search

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Word Search
Description

fall
winter
summer
spring
cold
hot
five
facts
type
warms
runoff
efficiently
seedlings
particles
leafs
bugs
insects
earthworms
host
digging
compressed
soft
peate
quality
aerated
moisture
nutrients
compact
plants
trees
garden
growth
black
brown
dark
gritty
sticky
smooth
compost
loamy
organic
saline
water
roots
peaty
clay
Silty
sandy
dirt
soil