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Calcium
Dolomite
Gypsum
Hydroxyapatite
Hypercalcemia
Hypocalcemia
Lime
Limestone
Mineral
Osteoporosis

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Chemical Compound Common Name Crossword

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sodium hydrogen carbonate helps regulate pH baking soda
hydrogen peroxide is used to remove stains bleach
sodium tetraborate decahydrate Borax
sulfur brimstone
dichlorodifluoromethane Freon
lead (II) sulfide galena
carbon graphite
calcium sulfate dihydrate gypsum
sodium thiosulfate hypo
calcium oxide lime
calcium carbonate limestone
sodium hydroxide lye
calcium carbonate marble
potassium carbonate potash
silicon dioxide quartz
mercury quicksilver
sodium chloride salt
potassium nitrate saltpeter
sucrose sugar
ethanol grain-alcohol
dinitrogen oxide laughing gas
hydrochloric acid muriatic acid
iron disulfide iron pyrite
isopropyl alcohol rubbing alcohol
ammonium chloride sal ammoniac
potassium chloride salt substitute
calcium hydroxide slaked lime
sodium carbonate decahydrate washing soda
methyl alcohol wood alcohol
magnesium sulfate Epsom salt

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Fluid and Electrolyte Review Crossword

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What precautions would you place a patient on with hypernatremia? Seizure
A nurse would expect an increased or decreased urinary output with hypernatremia? Decreased
Most common electrolyte disorder... Hyponatremia
If the patient has hypophosphatemia, they will most likely have what other electrolyte imbalance? Hypercalcemia
Which electrolyte maintains extracellular fluid? Sodium
Which electrolyte maintains intracellular fluid? Potassium
In a patient with hypercalcemia, the blood will clot faster or slower? Faster
What is a potassium sparing diuretic? Spironolactone
Absorption of calcium requires... Vitamin D
Which electrolylte imbalance might exhibit a positive Trousseau and Chevostek sign? Hypocalcemia
What electrolyte would you monitor for on a patient with thyroid disease? Calcium
What is the most common route of potassium loss? Gastrointestinal
What should you assess first with hypokalemia (patient has normal ECG)? Respiratory
What should be the first assessment completed on a patient with hyperkalemia? Cardiac
Normal saline is.... Isotonic
Describe what the blood is like when the serum osmolarity is >300. Concentrated
Water goes with... Sodium
Tachycardia, flat neck veins, tachypnea, poor turgor, decreased urine output Dehydration
Full and bounding pulse, hypertension, JVD, dyspnea, crackles, pale and cool skin Overhydration

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Fluid, Electrolyte, Acid Base Word Search

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Normal Saline
Hypomagnesemia
Hypermagnesemia
Magnesium
Hypophosphatemia
Hyperphosphatemia
Phosphate
Hypocalcemia
Hypercalcemia
Calcium
Hypokalemia
Hyperkalemia
Potassium
Hyponatremia
Hypernatremia
Sodium
Hypervolemia
Hypovolemia
Adrenal Cortical
Pituitary
Osmoreceptors
Third spacing
Second spacing
First spacing
electrolytes
Homeostasis

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Rock Cycle & Minerals Word Search

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cementation
Heat and Pressure
Erosion
Pyrite
Pumice
Marble
Basalt
Gneiss
Shale
Sandstone
Limestone
Obsidian
Granite
Slate
Sedimentary Rock
Sediment
Metamorphic Rock
Igneous Rock
Magma

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Bone Health Crossword

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When bones do not calcify that is called? rickets
That is also mostly found in whom? children
According to current research, this vitamin may prove to be important to maintaining overall bone health. vitamink
Vitamin D3 is to plants as Vitamin D2 is to animals
Loss of calcium in bones is also known as osteoporosis
Besides calcium name another nutrient that vitamin D helps during bone growth? phosphorus
When bones are poorly mineralized it is called osteomalacia
Lacking in Vitamin D usually leads to a deficiency in what? calcium
Osteomalacia affects whom? adults
name an organ that participates in the activation of vitamin D? kidney
Osteoporosis is mainly found in whom? elderly
Name on source of vitamin D that has no toxic effect? sun
Name a Nutrient that aids in muscle contraction, hormone secretion, and regulates blood pressure. calcium
A(n) ___________ amount of calcium intake will increase the likelihood of developing kidney and an elevation of blood calcium excess
phosphorus aids alongside with calcium in the formation of ______________ crystal which give bone it strong and harden qualities hydroxyapatite
is phosphorus a vitamin false
This mineral can activate and deactivate enzymes phosphorus
Assists in regulating calcium homeostasis magnesium
necessary for generation of_________ from carbs, fat and protein; sometimes it stabilizes ________ and sometimes it directly activates enzymes ATP
magnesium is Important in maintaining __________ potentials across cell membranes and efficient functioning of all nerves and muscles dividing cells, needed in DNA and RNA synthesis electrical
only about _____ of the Mg consumed is absorbed and as you increase consumption half
Is rare in general population, more likely to occur in those experiencing alcoholism, kidney disease,_____________, gastrointestinal disease malnutrition
If calcium in the blood is too low the stimulation of a hormone called _______________ causes Calcium to be released from the bone causing an increase in blood calcium levels. parathyroid
If calcium levels in blood are too high the release of a hormone called Calcitonin
A diet deficient in calcium can affect _______ _______. bone mass
Severe elevations in calcium can cause a person to be in_______ or even death. coma
An __________ intake of Vitamin K has not been established because there are no documented side effects. excess
Is believed to be held accountable for the reduction in bone _________ density mineral
when young children consume too much __________ and extra teeth grow under the gums fluoride
Develops tooth _______  resistance to decay-causing acid. enamel

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Rocks and Minerals Word Search

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Basalt
Bituminous Coal
Calcite
Conglomerate
Copper
Fluorite
Fossil
Galena
Gneiss
Graphite
Gypsum
Halite
Hematite
Kaolinite
Limestone
Marble
Mica Biotite
Mineral
Obsidian
Olivine
Phyllite
Pink Feldspar
Pumice
Pyrite
Quartz Crystal
Quartzite
Rock
Sandstone
Scoria
Shale
Slate
Talc

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Nutrition 1010 Word Search

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gluten
olive oil
oranges
Ice cream
Spinach
kilocalorie
phospholipid
amino acid
triglyceride
fat
electron
free radical
metabolism
esophagus
Liver
Thiamin
sugar
nutrition
Food guide
protein
kwashiorkor
osteoporosis
anemia
phosphorus
fluid
electrolytes
aerobic activity
tocopherol
Vitamin E
Beta carotene
Retinal
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
calcium
iron
magnesium
glycogen
borborygmus
small intestine
pancreas
amylase
glucose
fibre
lipid
Carbohydrate

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Rocks and Minerals Crossword

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Types of rock that are formed by the deposition of material at the earth surface. sedimentary
sedimentary rocks being exposed to extreme weather. Metamophic
Rocks formed through the cooling and solidification of magma or lava. Igneous
Hot fluid or semi fluid material below or within the earth's crust. Magma
Hot molten or semifluid rock erupted from a volcano lava
Matter that settles to the bottom of a liquid sediment
The solid mineral material forming part of the surface of the earth Rock
A solid inorganic substance of natural occurrence Mineral
The change of minerals or geologic texture in pre-existing rocks. metamorphism
The continuous physical force exerted on or against an object Pressure
A hard sedimentary rock, composed mainly of calcium limestone
Sedimentary rock consisting of sand or quartz grains cemented together Sandstone
A hard, solid, nonmetallic mineral matter of which rock is made Stone
A metamorphic rock with a banded or foliated structure Gneiss
A very hard, granular, crystalline, igneous rock consisting mainly of quartz. Granite
A hard, non-foliated metamorphic rock which was originally pure quartz. Quartzite
An aluminosilicate mineral typically occurring as fibrous masses. Sillimanite
A hard crystalline metamorphic form of limestone, typically white. Marble
A various colored or transparent mineral. Micas
A class of rock-forming silicate or aluminosilicate minerals. Amphibole

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Overview Of Dialysis Word Search

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HYPERPHOSPHATEMIA
PHOSPHORUS
HYPOCALCEMIA
HYPERCALCEMIA
HYPONATREMIA
HYPERNATREMIA
HYPOKALEMIA
HYPERKALEMIA
DIET
SODIUM
CALCIUM
POTASSIUM
WASTE
GLOMERULI
DIALYSIS
TECHNICIAN
CARE
PATIENT
DIABETES
CHRONIC
KIDNEY
HEMODYLYSIS
PERITONEAL
EXCHANGE
PERITONEUM
DIALYZER
ESRD
QIP
CQI
PDCA

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Mineral ID Properties Word Search

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Gypsum
Talc
Mineral
Quartz
Dolomite
Muscovite
Mica
Pyrite
Magnetism
Flourite
Ruby
Sapphire
Topaz
Corundum
Diamond
Texture
Density
Crystal Form
Specific Gravity
Luster
Color
Fracture
Cleavage
Hardness

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