Type
Word Search
Description

Yearofthenurse
Kaiser
Scrubs
Nurturing
hangry
Didyouprep
Polyp
Wheresyourdriver
Steve
acls
bls
Lifesavers
Propofol
Golytely
Dedicated
Heroes
TommyOei
sonia
Victor
endoscopy
ERCP
Thrive
colon
Gastroenterology

Laboratory Week Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Analyzer
Biopsy
Block
Centrifuge
Chemistry
Cut
Diagnosis
Endoscopy
Gastroenterology
Gross
Hematology
Laboratory
Microscope
Pathologist
Pathology
Phlebotomy
Polyp
Slide
Stain
Technologist

CNA Week 2016 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ADLS
Advocate
Appreciated
Assistant
Attitude
Caring
Compassionate
Days
Dedicated
Gait belt
Hard working
Helpful
Kind
Motivated
Nametag
NOCs
Nursing
PMs
Proud
Rehabilitation
Resident Rights
Respect
Scrubs
Selfless
Teamwork
Thoughtful
Transfer

5TH LONG HAPPY NURSES WEEK Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

STETHOSCOPE
SYRINGE
PULSE
HEARTBEAT
AFIB
MONITOR
THERMOMETER
ENEMA
ASYSTOLE
ZOLL
LIFE SAVER
HEARTSAVER
BLS
ACLS
BRAIN STEM
PHYSICIAN
PATIENT
TECH
UNIT CLERK
MEDICATION
AUSCULTATE
NEEDLE
DOSE
DICTATION
SYMPTOMS
DISEASE
ASSESSMENT
CALL LIGHT
OTOSCOPE
FORCEPS
BANDAGE
STROKE
HEMORRHAGE
DIABETES
STOMACH
DAY SHIFT
NIGHT SHIFT
NURSE
MARY
MARCIA

ENDOSCOPY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

SHORT FOR ESOPHAGOGASTRODUODENOSCOPY EGD
ABBREVIATION FOR PROTON PUMP INHIBITOR PPI
IT'S NEXT TO THE JEJUNUM DUODENUM
WHAT IS A PAINFUL PROTRUSION FROM THE ANUS HEMMORHOID
WHAT IS THE RECOMMENDED AGE TO START COLONOSCOPY SCREENING? FIFTY
WHAT IS A NON-CANCEROUS GROWTH ON THE INNER WALL OF THE COLON OR RECTUM? POLYP
WHAT IS ONE OF THE POSSIBLE SIGNS OF COLON CANCER RECTALBLEEDING
WHAT IS TISSUE REMOVED DURING A COLONOSCOPY CALLED BIOPSY
WHAT IS A WEAKENING OR POCKET IN THE COLON CALLED DIVERTICULOSIS
NAME A BACTERIA FOUND IN THE GUT HPYLORI
ROPE-LIKE VEINS FOUND IN THE ESOPHAGUS VARICIES
RED AND INFLAMED AREAS OF STOMACH LINING GASTRITIS
WHAT IS THE ENDOSCOPIC EXAMINATION OF THE COLON FROM THE RECTUM TO THE ILEOCECAL VALVE COLONOSCOPY
WHAT TYPE OF CANCER IS THE THIRD MOST COMMON CAUSE OF CANCER DEATHS COLON
WHICH EMPLOYEE IN ENDOSCOPY IS RETIRING NOVEMBER 30TH SHEILA
HOW MANY POSITIONS ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE IN ENDOSCOPY TWO
WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE FULL TIME ENDO DEPT REGISTRAR ANN
WHO IS ENDOSCOPY DEPT'S NEWEST EMPLOYEE MOLLY
WHICH ENDOSCOPY EMPLOYEE IS ON AN AIDET POSTER JENNIFER
WHICH ENDOSCOPY EMPLOYEE MOVED HERE FROM FLORIDA PAT
WHICH ENDOSCOPY EMPLOYEE HAS BEEN HERE 32YRS BECKY

Gastroenterology Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Colonoscopy
fecal matter
rifaximin
fissure
crohns
endoscopy
polyp
cirrhosis
ascites
paracentesis
clostridium Difficile
colon
Humira
amitiza
Acid Reflex
irritable bowel disease
dicyclomine
barrett's esophagus
Hemorrhoids
Primary Biliary cholangitis

CNA WEEK 2019 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Selfless
Days
NOCs
Assistant
Proud
Scrubs
Hard Working
Compassionate
Appreciated
Thoughtful
Respect
Motivated
Caring
Advocate
Teamwork
Resident Rights
Nursing
Kind
Dedication
Attitude
ADLS

Certified Nursing Assistant Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Pulse
Respect
Comfort
Blood Pressure
Care
weight
Scrubs
Teamwork
Height
Help
CNA
Sickness
Helpful
Rehabilitation
Rights
Dedicated
Symptoms
Communication
Safety
Repirations

Registered Nurse Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How much is a typical Nurses salary 61k
What is a nurses job growth 19%
Where do nurses usually work Hospitals
What education do you need to be a nurse Associates degree
What's a helpful course you can take at Davidson for a Nursing Degree Anatomy
What do nurses enjoy doing Helping people
What work experience do you need for this career Nursing license
Similar career to a nurse Surgeon
What do nurses wear Scrubs
Average hours nurses work a week 40 hours

Colon Cancer Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Beatable
Cancer
Colon
Colonoscopy
Diet
Fifty
Get Screened
Obesity
Polyps
Prevention
Risk
Smoking
Symptoms
Ten
Treatable

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Definition: relating to or affecting the colon and the rectum. Colorectal
This starts when cells in the body begin to grow out of control. Cells in nearly any part of the body can become this, and can spread to other areas of the body. Cancer
Definition: Concern about and well-informed interest in a particular situation or development Awareness
These polyps sometimes change into cancer Adenomatous
These polyps are more common, but in general they are not pre-cancerous. Hyperplastic
This is another pre-cancerous condition, is an area in a polyp or in the lining of the colon or rectum where the cells look abnormal (but not like true cancer cells). Dysplasia
The first section is called the ________ colon; it begins with a pouch called the cecum, where undigested food is received from the small intestine, and extends upward on the right side of the abdomen. ascending
The second section is called the ___________ colon because it travels across the body from the right to the left side. transverse
The third section is called the ___________ colon because it travels down on the left side. descending
The fourth section is called the ________ colon because of its “S” shape; the ___________ colon joins the rectum, which connects to the anus. sigmoid
____________________ make up more than 95% of colorectal cancers. These cancers start in cells that make mucus to lubricate the inside of the colon and rectum. Adenocarcinomas