ion charges

Term Definition N03- nitrate NO2- nitrite SO4-2 sulfate SO3-2 sulfite PO4-3 phosphate CO3-2 carbonate HCO3- Hydrogen Carbonate KH4+ Ammonium OH- Hydroxide ReO4- Permanganate CIO3- Chlorate CIO- Chlorite Cr2O7-2 Dichromate CrO4-2 Chromate

Pathophysiology Renal 4

Question Answer between cisatracurium and atracurium – why is cisatracurium the better choice? atracurium produces more laudanosine (CNS stimulant) and also releases histamines (risks of hypotension) T/F – Rocuronium is associated with unpredictable duration of action true – especially with kidney failure patients due to reduced clearance, altered protein binding, and increased potency vecuronium metabolite …

New words

Question Answer Content (n) na»?i dung Content (v) lA m va»«a lA?ng The things that are in something To make(so) pleased and satisfied Expository (adj) miA?u ta?? ( bA i gia??i thA­ch) Used to describe writing that is done to explain sth Composition (n) sa»± ka??t ha»?p The way in which sth is put together or arranged …

Add/Sub Decimals adding and subtracting decimals

Term Definition Compatible Numbers numbers that are slightly adjusted to create groups of numbers that are easy to compute mentally Counting natural numbers that begin at one and increases by increments of one each time Estimation reasoning to determine an approximate value Expense payments of goods and services Income money earned or received Profit money …

astr/astro & naut astro & naut

Question Answer astronaut a person who is trained to travel into outer space astrophotography the use of photography in outer space astrology study of the stars astrophysics branch of physics dealing with celestial bodies (stars and planets) astrocyte a star-shaped neurological cell of the central nervous system astronomy the study of the moon, stars, and …

Science First Six

Question Answer What is the function of Carbohydrate? main source of energy and use of structural purpose What is the function of Lipid? 1.Long term energy storage 2. Water proof 3. Natural Steroid production 4. Cell Membrane What is the function of Protein? 1. they are enzymes that control rate of reaction 2. used to …

Health physics 2

Question Answer Free radicals are NOT Ions H2O2 Hydrogen peroxide One Sv is equal to A hundred rem A few Sv A few hundred rem Dramatic drops in white cell count follow only A few hundred rem doses Major damage occurs to the crypt cells buried in the intestinal wall In the 1000 to 5000 …

Practicum III PEDS Airway/Equipment/Fluid Mgmt

Question Answer Unpaired cartilages of the larynx Cricoid, Thyroid, Epiglottis Paired cartilages of the Larynx Arytenoid, Corniculate, Cuneiform Provides both sensory & motor innervation of the larynx VAGUS Provides SENSORY innervation to SUPRAaglottic regoin SLN – INTERNAL branch Provide MOTOR innervation to CRYCOTHYROID muscle SLN – EXTERNAL branch Provides SENSORY innervation to SUBglottic regoin RLN …

Disease Chapter 5

Term Definition Etiology The study of a disease's cause or the theory of origin Idiopathic Disease without a known cause Iatrogenic Results from the adverse effects of treatment Epidemiology Health specialist who study disease's in populations Incidence rate Number of new disease's in a population Prevalence rate The overall frequency of a disease in a …