Type
Crossword
Description

Who is the doctor that found PANDAS? Dr. Susan Swedo
How many years ago did she discover it? twenty years
What dose the immune systems create? Antibodies
What can start/make PANDAS? Strep throat
What does N stand for in PANDAS? Nueropsychiatric
What are the 3 B's? Blood-Brain Barrier
What is a big part of PANDAS? Brain
How many kids get PANDAS a year? 1 in 200
Where does the Strep bacteria hide? **HINT (molecules) cell wall
Meaning = medicine dealing with children Pediatric
What do doctors look for? Symptoms

Communicable Diseases Word Search

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Word Search
Description

pandemic
epidemic
inflammatory response
vaccine
antibody
lymphocyte
immunity
antigens
phagocytes
immune system
hepatitis
tuberculosis
strep throat
pneumonia
influenza
common cold
airborne
contaminated
contact
pathogens
vector
toxins
bacteria
virus
infection
communicable disease

Sepsis Awareness Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Viral infection known as the flu Influenza
A protein the body creates to help immune system fight bacteria and viruses Antibodies
Highly contagious bacteria casuing infection in colon Cdifficile
Medicine used to treat viral infections Antiviral
Medicine used to kill or inhibit the growth of bacteria Antibiotics
Bacteria found in the intestines EColi
Bacterial infection known as strep throat Streptococcus
Inflamation of protective membranes around the brain and spinal cord Meningitis
Bacteria causing infection in digestive tract HPylori
Bacterial infection known as food poisoning Salmonella
Bacterial infection known as "staph" infection Staphylococcus
Lyme Disease Borrelia
The invasion of a bodies tissues by disease casuing agents to multiply and produce toxins Infection
Life threatening illness caused by your bodies response to bacterial infection Sepsis

HIV and AIDS Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

In the acronym “HIV,” what does the “H” stand for? Human
In the acronym “HIV,” what does the “I” stand for? Immunodeficiency
In the acronym “HIV,” what does the “V” stand for? Virus
What type of defense cells does the HIV virus attach itself to? CD4helper
What type of cells are CD4 helper cells? Defense
The HIV virus can be spread through what? Bodilyfluids
The HIV virus can be spread by this type of device (HINT: MANY PEOPLE ARE AFRAID OF THEM Needles
This advanced stage of HIV occurs when a person with HIV has an extremely low number of CD4 cells. AIDS
What virus destroys CD4 cells? HIV
A symptom of HIV and AIDS can be a ___ which is persistent and won’t go away. Cough
A symptom of HIV and AIDS can be heavy ____ at night, even if the room is ice cold. Sweating
A disease that someone is more susceptible to get when they have AIDS? (This disease affects the surface of the brain). *this is a challenging question* Meningitis
People can prevent contracting HIV and later on AIDS by being what? Abstinent
A symptom of HIV and AIDS that can be dramatic and is noticeable after just a few weeks of contracting the virus. Weightloss
What is the defense system in the body that fights infections? Immunesystem

Pediatric Nurse Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Who do pediatric nurses help? Children
What exam do you take to become a licensed nurse? NCLEX
What do you become when taking the exam? Registered Nurse
Where do you graduate from? Nursing School
What degree do you get in ursing? Associate
What do pediatric nurse check children for? diseases
What do pediatric nurses get paid with? salary
What do pediatric nurses work in? Pediatric Critical Care Unit
how many years do you have to stay in college to become a nurse? 2 or 4 years
What are nurse uniforms called? Scrubs
What do nurses draw blood with? needles
A normal pulse for a new born is ______to ______ 100 to 200
children with chronic otitis media are at risk for developing what problem? hearing loss
What color are their uniform coats? White
an inflammatory reactive airway disease that is often chronic asthma

Chapter 28 Review Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The body's natural defenses against infection Immunity
Spread Transmission
A disease caused by organisms that enter and multiply within the human body Infectious disease
The smallest known type of infectious agent Virus
Organisms that live in or on another organism and derive nourishment from it Parasites
The process by which phagocytes engulf and destroy pathogens Phagocytosis
The soft, ski like lining of many parts of the body Mucous membrane
The chief type of phagocyte involved in the process of phagocytosis Neutrophils
Proteins that destroy or neutralize invading pathogens Antibodies
A highly contagious bacterial infection that most often affects the lungs Tuberculosis
A bacterial infection of the throat Strep throat
A serious inflammation of the lungs Pneumonia
German measles Rubella
A program whereby communities or other large populations are systematically made immune to a disease Immunization
A preparation based on a weakened or dead pathogen that provides immunity by causing the body to produce antibodies to the pathogen Vaccine
The temporary immunity that an infant acquired from its mother Passive immunity
Immunity your body develops to protect you from disease Active immunity

First Aid - CPR Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Law that protects people who give care without anything in return goodsamaritan
A person is responsive and showing signs of a life-threatening condition but refuses care; what should you do? call
The steps to follow in an emergency checkcallcare
How do you know an emergency may be occuring? senses
Which bodily substance isolation practice includes barrier items like gloves? PPE
How many seconds should your check a person for breathing? ten
M represents what part when using the SAMPLE acronym medications
What is the acronym that identifies a life-threatening condition CABC
How do you open an airway? headtiltchinlift
How do you check for consciousness? tapandshout
What are the three Cs for treating burns ceasecoolcover
What skill should you apply to a victim showing no obvious signs of life? CPR
A person just involved in a tramatic situation may begin to display signs of what condition? shock
A person experiencing a lack of blood flow to the brain is a symptom of what condition? stroke
What acronym should you consider when evaluating for a brain attack? fast
What condition is a severe alleric reaction known as? anaphylaxis

PHARMACY FUN CROSSWORD

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Crossword
Description

Professional in charge who dispenses medicine PHARMACIST
Hypersensitive response of the immune system ALLERGICREACTION
Mixture that must be shaken before use SUSPENSION
Doctor’s instructions for dispensing medication PRESCRIPTION
Drugs should be kept in their original _______ BOTTLE
A similar medicine that replaces a brand name drug GENERIC
Room where drugs are prepared and dispensed DISPENSARY
Class of drugs like ibuprofen or aspirin NSAIDS
Amount of medication taken DOSE
Action of combining multiple drugs for personalized treatment COMPOUNDING
Where the patient name and instructions are printed LABEL
Situation when a substance affects a drug’s activity INTERACTION
Type of drug used to treat blood clots ANTICOAGULANT
Heroin replacement METHADONE
IV Nutrition TPN
Brand Name Zithromax AZITHROMYCIN
Medication administered pr ENEMA
Medication reconciliation HISTORY

P.A.N.D.A.S Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who is the doctor that found PANDAS? Dr. Susan Swedo
How many years ago did she discover it? twenty years
What dose the immune systems create? Antibodies
What can start/make PANDAS? Strep throat
What does N stand for in PANDAS? Neuropsychiatric
What are the 3 B's? Blood-Brain Barrier
What is a big part of PANDAS? Brain
How many kids get PANDAS a year? 1 in 200
Where does the Strep bacteria hide? **HINT (molecules) cell wall
Meaning = medicine dealing with children Pediatric
What do doctors look for? Symptoms

Medicines Administration Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Where would you find information about medicines side effects? Patient information leaflet
Where can we return medicines for disposal? Pharmacy
You must always obtain this before administration of medication Consent
What colour ink should be used to sign a MAR Black
Medication must be administered to the? Right Person
Liquid medication is usually displayed in ---------/ml Milligram
Hiding medication to administer without the persons knowledge is known as what? Covert Administration
A pill crusher is an example of? Compliance Aid
The amount of medicine to be administered is known as the? Dose
How many categories of medicines are there? Four
Levetiracetam is an example of an? Anti Epileptic Drug
You should do this before and after administering medication Wash your hands
How many doses of paracetamol can be administered in a 24hour period? Four
Medicines must be kept out of the ----- and reach of children Sight
MAR should be signed ----------- after administartion of a medicine immediately
There are --- rights of medicines administration six
Right person, Right medication, Right Dose, Right date, Right time, Right ----- route
Which form of medicine is usually disposed of after 28 days Eye drops
Administration by specialised technique is what level of support? Three
How should you apply an emollient? liberally
What type of cream is applied sparingly? Steroid

National Nurses Week Word Search

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Word Search
Description

stomach
diabetes
hemorrhage
stroke
bandage
forceps
ophthalmoscope
otosope
call light
assessment
disease
symptoms
documentation
dictation
dose
needle
auscultate
medication
electrocardiogram
unit clerk
aide
patient
physician
nurse
brain stem
humerus
radius
femur
pulseless
asystole
enema
thermometer
monitor
ventricular tachycardia
atrial fibrillation
heartbeat
pulse
syringe
stethoscope