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CIRCULATION AND CARDIAC EMERGENCIES Word Search

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CARDIOLOGY/VASCULAR CROSSWORD

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2 words; left atrioventricular valve bicuspidvalve
2 words; right atrioventricular valve tricuspidvalve
2 words; the pacemaker of the heart sinoatrialnode
a condition that is also referred to as the "silent killer" hypertension
recommended diet to manage hypertension DASH
turbulent blood flow that results in blowing, whooshing or rasping sounds that occurs during heartbeat murmur
ECG electrocardiogram
blood pressure below 90/60 hypotension
bluish, purplish discolouration of skin or mucus membranes due to low oxygen saturation cyanosis
2 words; metabolic disorder that causes blood glucose levels to rise diabetesmellitus
low blood potassium levels hypokalemia
deviation form the normal pattern of the heart beat arrhythmia
2 words; life-threatening arrhythmia; diagnosed when there are three or more Premature Ventricular Contractions (PVCs) in a row ventriculartachycardia
2 words; severe derangement of the heart rhythm; ventricular quiver, no pulse ventricularfibrillation
cardiac arrest rhythm with no electrical activity present on ECG; flat line. asystole
antiplatelet agent commonly given at 81mg ASA
gradual thickening of the arterial wall, resulting in a narrow lumen atherosclerosis
excessive level of lipids in plasma hyperlipidemia
out-pouchings or dilations of the blood vessel wall aneurysm
inflammation of the veins due to formation of thrombus DVT
blood vessel that carries deoxygenated blood back to heart; contains one-way valves vein
bandages used for the management of venous ulcers compression
2 words; solution that is commonly used to clean wounds normalsaline
3 words; pain in a limb that is no longer there phantomlimbpain
resting heart rate below 60 beats per minute bradycardia
change of skin in the lower legs that often occurs in patients with venous insufficiency lipodermasclerosis
2 words; enlarged and twisted veins varicoseveins
surgical procedure that widens an artery with the insertion of a stent angioplasty
anticoagulant that is commonly used to prevent the formation of blood clots dalteparin
medical procedure that delivers electric shocks to restore a normal heart rhythm cardioversion

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

Diseases Word Search

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angioplasty
bypass
arteriosclerosis
triglycerides
salt
arteries
clot
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contagious
tourettes
self mutiliation
PTSD
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schizophrenia
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heart disease
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non communicable

Cardiac Rehab Crossword

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High Blood pressure Hypertension
Years MMC has had Cardiac Rehab Thirty Four
How many minutes of exercise per week One hundred fifty
A popular piece of exercise equipment Treadmill
Patients should limit this ingredient in their diet Sodium
A high cholesterol food Fried Chicken
This berry is a super food Blueberries
A job related risk factor Stress
A surgical procedure for severe heart disease Open Heart Surgery
A common medication for high cholesterol Statin
What is the abbreviation for "Good" cholesterol HDL

RADIOLOGY Word Search

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X-Ray
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Diagnostic Radiology
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Congential Heart Disease
Cardiovascular System
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Blood Pressure
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Arteriogram
Aorta
Angioplasty
Angiography

Blood and Lymphatic System Bingo Cards

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anastomosis
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angina pectoris
angiocardiography
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angioma
angioplasty
angiostenosis
arrhythmia
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cardiac
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cardiologist
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echocardiography (ECHO)
electrocardiograph (ECG, EKG)
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heart-lung transplant
heart transplant
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mitral stenosis (MS)
mitral valve prolapse (MVP)
murmur
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myocarditis
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oximetry
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pericardial
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rheumatic heart disease
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tricuspid
triglyceride
valve replacement surgery
valvuloplasty
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venipuncture
ventricular

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Heart Disease Worksheet

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Matching Worksheet
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What is the most common form of heart disease? Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
What is a controlled risk factor of heart disease? Smoking
What procedure widens blocked arteries to remove plaque buildup? Balloon Angioplasty
What procedure restores blood flow to the heart? CA Bypass Gaft Surgery
What is angina? Chest Pain
What is atherosclerosis? Hardening of the arteries
Cholesterol and fatty deposits that build up on the artery wall is know as _____ Plaque
__________ occurs when your heart muscles don't pump blood as well as it should. Congestive Heart Failure
_________ is abrupt loss of heart function. Cardiac Arrest
An irregular heart rhythm is commonly known as _______ Arrhythmia

CARDIOLOGY WORD SEARCH

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Bradycardia
Vein
Valves
Stethoscope
Tachycardia
Palpitation
Pacemaker
Murmur
Ischemia
Hypotension
Holter monitor
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Ejection fraction
Echocardiogram
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Coronary arteries
Cholesterol
Catheter
Cardioversion
Cardiologist
Cardiac arrest
Beta blocker
Atrial fibrillation
Artery
Aorta
Aneurysm
Ablation
Cardiomyopathy
Hypertension
Heart

National Nurses Week Word Search

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