Chapter 21

Question Answer
Industrial Revolution the time period the power-driven machinery was developed
Enclosure Movement the combining of many small farms by wealthy landowners
Factors of Production the essential elements that a nation needs for economic success
Cottage Industry a craft occupation performed in the home
Factory a building housed machine-driven industry
Industrialization the process of changing to power-driven machinery
Jethro Tull gentlemen farmer who invented seed drill for planting grain
Richard Arkwright inventor of the spinning frame, which spun stronger, thinner thread
James Watt British inventor who made steam engines faster and more efficient
Robert Fulton developed and operated the steamship Clermont on the Hudson River
Labor Union organizations representing workers' interests
Strike work stoppages
Mass Production the system of manufacturing large numbers of identical items
Interchangeable Parts identical machine-made parts
Assembly Line system in which workers stay in one place, adding parts as items go
Laissez-Faire the idea that governments should not interfere in business
Adam Smith the leading advocate of laissez-faire economics
Thomas Malthus thinker whose beliefs about poverty were used to justify low wages
Entrepreneur someone who starts a business
Andrew Carnegie industrialist who led the expansion of the American steel industry
Socialism the theory that society , not individuals, should own all property and industry
Karl Max German thinker who put forth a radical view of socialism
Communism a system in which the government controls the economy
Standard of Living level of material comfort experienced by a group of people

Figurative Language ELA

Term Definition
Simile A simile compares two things using like,as,or then
Metaphor A metaphor compares 2 or more unlike thing without using like,as,or then
personification Gives the qualities of a person to an animal,an object,or and idea
onomatopoeia words that copy or mimic sounds
Hyperbole An exaggeration
Alliteration Repeated sounds at the beginning of words
Idiom A saying that means different what it means

Vocab ch. 15-19

Term Definition
Burden (noun) A difficult or worrying responsibility or duty
Carnage (noun) widespread slaughter or massacre
Concept (noun) a thought or notion
Despite (preposition) regardless of something
Ecstatic (adj) showing or feeling great pleasure or delight
Grief (noun) great sadness
Horde (noun) a large group of people
Immobilize (verb) to fix in place, to stop or disable
Inflict (verb) to cause damage, harm, or unpleasantness to somebody or something
Luminous (adj) bright or shining
Optomistic (adj) tending to take a hopeful and positive view of future outcomes
Precise (adj) exact or specific
Rigid (adj) stiff, not flexible
Solitude (noun) the state of being or living alone
Vague (adj) not clearly felt, understood or recalled

digoxine soins critiques 2

Question Answer
facteurs de mauvais pronostic intox digoxine a?ge > 55 ans, hyperK+ > 4.5 mmol/L, BAV du 2ie?me ou 3ie?me degre? ,sexe masculin, cardiopathie sous-jacente
tx arythmies 2aires intox digoxine atropine (PAS cathecolamine/antiarytmiques) stimulateur cardiaque
fiole de digifab neutralise combien de digoxine fiole 40mg = 0,5mg de digoxine
criteres administration digifab arythmies, surdosage (10mg adulte ou 6,5nmol/L 6h post, hyperkaliemie 5-5,5 en avoir min 2
1/2vie digifab 15-20h fonction renale normale elimination complete 5-10jours IR
a quel moment on arrete le digifab Lorsque la re?ponse clinique est ade?quate: ECG & signes vitaux En l’absence comple?te de re?ponse suite a? la 1ie?re dose quand Dx est incertain, En l’absence de re?cidive apre?s 6-12 hres, si la dose administre?s e?tait infe?rieure a? la dose calcule?e
tx avec digifab quand aucune atteinte hemodynamique + de 6h post 25% de la dose avec la formule pour atteinte hemodynamique titrer aux 30min
resultat faussement bas digoxinemie hypoalbumine?mie hypothyroi?die
tx avec digifab quand aucune atteinte hemodynamique + de 6h post 25% de la dose avec la formule pour atteinte hemodynamique titrer aux 30min
dose de charge easy digoxine 10/15ug/kg reduire de 25-50% si IR
parametres pharmacocinetiques digoxine (1/2vie, Vd, F, %inchange urine metabolisme) Vd = 6-7L IR 4-5L 1/2vie 36h 4-5j en IR F = 0,75 COs et 0,85 elexir 65% inchange urine, metabolise PgP ATT amiodarone

chapter 6 terms

Term Definition
somatic cell cell that makes up all of the body tissues and organs, except gametes.
gamete sex cell; an egg or a sperm cell
homologous chromosome chromosomes that have the same length, appearance, and copies of genes, although the alleles may differ
autosome chromosome that contains genes for characteristics not directly related to the sex of the organism
sex chromosome chromosome that directly controls the development of sexual characteristics.
sexual reproduction process by which two gametes fuse and offspring that are a genetic mixture of both parents are produced
fertilization fusion of an egg and sperm cell
diploid cell that has two copies of each chromosome, one from an egg and one from a sperm
haploid cell that has only one copy of each chromosome.
meiosis form of nuclear division that divides a diploid cell into haploid cells; important in forming gametes for sexual reproduction.
gametogenesis process by which gametes are produced through the combination of meiosis and other maturational changes
sperm male gamete
egg female gamete
polar body haploid cell produced during meiosis in the female of many species; these cells have little more than DNA and eventually disintegrate

Chapter 4 Human Dev

Term Definition
Cell The smallest unit of life that is able to reproduce itself
Sperm The male sex cell
Ovum The female sex cell
Conception The union of the ovum and sperm cells
Zygote The single cell formed at conception
Fallopian Tubes Two hollow tubes that connect to the uterus and have finger like projections that reach toward each ovary
Uterus The organ in which the baby develops and is projected until birth
Genetic Factors Traits that are passed through the genes
Chromosmes Threadlike structures that carry genes in living cells
Dominant Traits Traits that always show in a person even if only one gene of the pair is inherited for that trait
Recessive Traits Traits that typically do not show in a person unless both genes for the trait are inherited
Multiple Pregnancy Two or more babies are developed
Fraternal Children that develop from two different ova
Chorion Membrane that surrounds the baby in the uterus
Identical Children that develop from the same ova
Prenatal Development The fetus' development
Germinal Stage The first stage of prenatal development
Amnion Fluid filled sac that surrounds the baby
Placenta Organ that provides nutrients to the baby
Umbilical Cord Cord that connects baby to placenta
Embryonic Stage Second stage of prenatal development
Embryo A baby in the embryonic stage
Cartilage Structure for the body
Fetal Stage Third stage of pregnancy
Fetus A baby in the fetal stage
Quickening Movements of the baby felt by the mother
Age of Viability Earliest age the baby could survive

Vocab ch 15-19

Term Definition
Burden (noun) A difficult or worrying resposibility or duty
Carnage (noun) widespread slaughter or massacre
Concept (noun) a thought or notion
Despite (preposition) regardless of something
Ecstatic (adj) showing or feeling great pleasure or delight
Greif (noun) great sadness
Horde (noun) a large group of people
Immobilize (verb) to fix in place, to stop or disable
Inflict (verb) to cause damage, harm, or unpleasantness to somebody or something
Luminous (adj) bright or shining
Optimistic (adj) tending to take a hopeful and positive view of future outcomes
Precise (adj) exact or speific
Rigid (adj) stiff, not flexible
Solitude (noun) the state of being or living alone
Vague (adj) not clearly felt, understood or recalled

Figurative Lang

Term Definition
simile comparing unlike things using like as or than.
metaphor comparing unlike things w/o using like as or than
personification giving human like characteristics to a non human thing.
alliteration using words w/ the same staring letter in a sentence.
hyperbole an exaggeration
idiom saying what you mean by saying something else.
onomatopeia a word that represents a sound.
multi/poly greek roots meaning many.
hemi/semi latin roots meaning half.
marine lives in or produced by the sea
marina small harbor
maritime on or near the sea
aqua (latin) water
hydr water
audi (latin) to hear
vid,vis (latin) to look
ology the study of
sci (latin) to know

Lists 11-15

Term Definition
crypt hidden
path feeling
plus more
sed sit
contra against
lent full of
epist knowledge
in out
normy law
err wander
cryptic having a hidden or mysterious meaning
antipathy feeling of intense dislike or hatred
surplus a quantity that is more than is needed
sedated calm, quiet, or composed
contaband prohibited or illegal items
fraudulent deceitful, deliberately using trickery to achieve something
epistle a long, instructive letter
indiscreet lacking good judgement
autonomy independence or freedom of will
errant deviating from the regular or proper course
rid laugh
ten hold
prob test
ment mind
plat flat
scen stage
quis ask
muta change
ex out
ap away
deride to mock or laugh at in contempt
tenable capable of being held, maintained, or defended
reprobate without morals
demented insane; mentally ill
platitude a flat or dull remark; a cliche
transcend to go beyond
inquisition harsh, difficult, and prolonged questioning
mutable constantly changing
exalted raised or elevated
appease to satisfy or relieve

Figurative Language

Term Definition
Simile comparing two unlike,as,or than.
Metaphar comparing 2 or more unlike things without using the words like,as, or than.
Personification Gives the qualities of a person to animal,an object, or an idea
Onomatopoeie Words that copy or mimic sounds example: BOOM, POW,SPLASH
Alliteration Repeated constant sound at the beginning example: “Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers”
Hyperbole An exaggeration example: I told you a million times
Idioms An extreme exaggeration.A group of words established by usage as having a meaning not deducible from those of the individual words example: its raining cats and dogs