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What does the term AF mean? Atrial fibrillation
The average size of your heart is the same size as your ________ Fist
A ______ monitor is a small, portable, non-invasive ambulatory device, used to record continuously the heart’s electrical activity in a 24–72 hour period. Holter
A ________ is a T-shaped plastic intrauterine device that is placed in the uterus where it slowly releases the hormone Mirena
Maximum days waiting for a semi-urgent patient on a OPC waitlist. ninety
When does the new cardiologist start June
What does the term ECHO mean? Echocardiogram
Leading cause of death in Australia Heart Disease
Who is the head of GYNAE at NWRH OPC? FrankO'Keeffe
How many years does a gynaecologist recommend between pap smears? Three

CARDIOLOGY WORD SEARCH

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Bradycardia
Vein
Valves
Stethoscope
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Palpitation
Pacemaker
Murmur
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Holter monitor
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Ejection fraction
Echocardiogram
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Coronary arteries
Cholesterol
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Cardioversion
Cardiologist
Cardiac arrest
Beta blocker
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Cardiology Terminoloy Crossword

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Term meaning pertaining to between ventricles Interventricular
Term meaning ruptured heart cardiorrhexis
term meaning abnormally fast heart rate tachycardia
blockage of a blood vessel or other hollow structure occlusion
Term for an enlarged heart cardiomegaly
disease of the heart muscle cardiomyopathy
study of the heart cardiology
the smallest artery arteriole
abnormally slow heart rate bradycardia
abnormally fast heart beat tachycardia

Heart Disease Crossword

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More people die from heart attack than this and AIDs. cancer
Also known as heart disease. coronary heart disease
Medical term for blood clots. Thrombus
Blood clot in an artery. arterialthrombosis
When a plaque made up of hard cholestrol and other cells build up on the walls of the Coronary arteries. atherosclerosis
Measures and records the electrical activity of the heart. electrocardiogram
Occurs when the blood flow to the heart is blocked long enough to damage or kill. heart attack
Heart attack without symptoms. silent heart attack
Irregular heartbeat palpitations
Chest pain that occurs when the blood and oxygen can't keep up with the needs of the heart. Angina
A blood condition where there isn't enough Hemoglobin. Anemia
A procedure where they will insert a tube in your arm, leg or groin veins or arterys to allow blood to flow easily. cardiaccatheterization
Heart valve that seperates the right atrium with the right ventricle. Triscupid
Heart valve that seperates the left atrium and left ventricle. Mitral
High blood pressure. Hypertension
Number of heart chambers. four
Specialist in cardiology cardiologist
Damage to the brain because of lack of blood. stroke
When two upper heart chambers quiver. atrial fibrillation
Disease of the heart muscle. cardiomypathy

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Bacterial vaginosis
Tampons
Sanitary napkins
Urinary tract infections
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septum
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stemi
pulmonary valve
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Heart Disease Crossword

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Are most heart diseases genetic? Mostly
most likely to accure in high or low blood pressure? high
most likely to have heart disease? women
main body organ? heart
a cause of heart disease? diabetes
something to quit while having heart problems? smoking
things that are stopping artery from working? clots
what does the heart pump? blood
what is the most important thing pumped throughout blood? oxygen
who to ring during an expected heart attack? emergency
the size of an adult human heart? fist
amount of deaths caused by heart attacks yearly in the United States? thousands
can increase the risk of heart disease? alcohol
main symptoms in females? lightheaded
symptoms? neausea
produces with fat count to clog artery? dairy
a symptoms of an heart attack? fatigue
people at risk? obese
forms of ways to prevent heart attack? exercise
another symptoms? chest-pains

Medical Terminology Crossword

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Descriptive term that means away from the trunk distal
type of physician that specializes in heart conditions cardiologist
medical term that describes inflammation of a tendon tendinitis
joint movement in which the joint angle gets smaller flexion
this joint movement only occurs at the shoulder and hip circumduction
This tool measures joint angles goniometer
A patient with an eye injury or disease would be referred to this specialist ophthalmologist
the prefix term that means "arm" brachi
the prefix term that means "ligament" syndesmo
in the term for the disease fibromyalgia, the part of the term "myalgia" refers to muscle pain
You are writing a note for a patient who is seeing you after surgery. This is a ______-op note post
to describe the tissue surrounding a wound you would use the perfix: peri
the flu shot is an example of an injection that goes into a muscle. The medical term for this type of injection is: intramuscular
The medical term for "under the skin" subcutaneous
You are writing a note and want to indicate that the patient has full active range of motion. What abbreviation do you use? AROM
The note indicates a limit of ADL. What is the patient having trouble with? activities of daily living
blood in a joint cavity is referred to as: hemarthrosis
A patch that administers medicine across the skin (i.e. nicotine patch) can be described as transdermal
suffix with the meaning "pertaining to" al
a fast pulse or heart rate would be called tachycardia
You would examine a patient's skin color for a yellow tint, which is also called Jaundice
a condition of a crooked or bent vertebral column is also known as scoliosis
Your patient just had ACL surgery. What structure was repaired? anterior cruciate ligament
You ask your patient, "what happened?" in order to determine the MOI. What does MOI stand for? mechanism of injury
What is a common format for documentation? SOAP
which range of motion does the clinician perform for the patient? passive
what type of questions should you ask when taking a history? open ended
this abbreviation is used to describe a patient with low back pain LBP
this abbreviation is used when the patient has normal exam results or is within normal limits WNL
This abbreviation is used when a patient is able to walk without assistance or bear their full weight FWB
a concussion does not always result in a loss of consciousness, which is abbreviated as: LOC
this abbreviation can be used to define either gloves (used during wound care) or a health screening prior to sports participation PPE
this abbreviation is used to describe the primary problem or complaint of the patient cc
Pain on the inside of the knee may indicate an injury to this ligament MCL
this abbreviation is used to describe the least amount or minimum range min
When assessing the need for CPR, one would first check for breathing and circulation, often referred to as: ABCs
documented in the "plan" section of a SOAP note, the short term goals are abbreviated as: STG

Cardiovascular Crossword

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Heart Rate is measure in beats per minute
The top two chambers of the heart are called atria
How many chambers of the heart are there four
What is the name of a heart specialist Cardiologist
What procedure uses external electric shocks to restore a normal heart rhythm? Cardioversion
What does SVT stand for? Supraventricular tachycardia
Who performed the first succesful heart surgery? Daniel Williams
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart arteries
blood vessels that carry blood from the body to the heart veins
vessels which enable the actual exchange of water and chemicals between the blood and the tissues capillaries
A doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of abnormal heart rhythms electrophysiologist
Medical Abbreviation for Wolf-Parkinson White Syndrome WPW

Fun with EKGs Crossword

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The heart's natural pacemaker SA node
An electrolyte; when increased may produce cardiac fibrillation sodium
T wave may be inverted in the presence of __________ ischemia
Myocardial stimulation, resulting in muscle contraction depolarization
Not a shockable rhythm due to no electrical activity asystole
Represents the time interval from the onset of atrial depolarization to the onset of ventricular depolarization PR interval
"Quivering" atrial rate of 350-700 bpm atrial fibrillation
20% increased rate from baseline HR sinus tachycardia
Distortion of an EKG tracing by electrical activity that is non-cardiac artifact
Treatment for Ventricular Fibrillation defibrillation
An electrolyte; when decreased the patient may have a rapid HR, prolonged QT, and/or ST depression potassium
A mnemonic used to aid in remembering the possible causes of cardiac arrest Hs and Ts
A display of a person's cardiac activity electrocardiogram
Saw tooth or ocean-like waves atrial flutter
An indicator of the atrial rate PP interval
Represents the electrical activity of both atria P wave
Antiarrhythmic drug used in codes amiodarone
A tachycardia originating above the ventricles, but not from the SA node supraventricular
Duration of ventricular depolarization and repolarization QT interval
_________ is represented by a tall U wave hypokalemia
Drug used via rapid bolus for synchronized cardioversion adenosine
Slowed rate sinus bradycardia
An irregular rhythm arrhythmia
Treatment for Torsades de Point magnesium
Regular rhythm with one P per each narrow QRS; rate 60-100 bpm normal sinus
An indicator of the ventricular rate RR interval
Simultaneous ventricular depolarization QRS complex
Where most lethal rhythms originate ventricles