Glossary of Nursing Week 4 Chapter 5 and math
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- horny tissue; hard; cornea
- hardening; sclera white of eye
- sebum, sebaceus
- localized collection of pus a the site of an infection
- inflammatory disease of sebaceous glands and hair follicles of the skin with characteristic lesions that include blackheads (comedos) inflammatory papules, pustules, nodules, and cysts; usually associated with seborrhea.
- partial or complete loss of hair resulting from normal aging, an endocrine disorder, a drug reaction, anticancer medication or a skin disease; commonly called baldness
- diffuse (widespread), acute infection of the skin and subcutaneous tissue; characterized by a light glossy appearance of the skin, localized heat, redness, pain, swelling and occasionally, fever, malaise, and chills.
- skin discoloration consisting of a large, irregularly formed hemorrhagice area with colors changing from
- chronic skin inflammation characterized by erythema, papules, vesicles, pustules, scales, crusts, scabs, and possibly itching
- redness of the skin caused byswelling of the capillaries
- damaged tissue following a sever burn
- thickened area of the epidermis or any horny growth on the skin such as a callus or wart
- small brown macules, especially on the face and arms, brought on by sun exposure, usually in a middle-aged person
- unnatural paleness of absence of color in the skin
- infestation with lice
- minute, pinpoint hemorrahage under the skin, a smaller version of an ecchymosis
- intense itching
- contagious skin disease transmitted by the itch mite commonly thru sexul contact
- fungal skin infection whose name commonly indicates the body part affect; also called ringworm
- allergic reaction of the skin characterized by the eruption of pale red, elevated patches called wheals or hives
- Write in words:
- forty five thousandths
- What is the sum of 1.7, 19, 0.25, and 0.8?
- 17 - 0.075 =
- 4.5 x 1.009
- 18.04 / 0.2 =
- Round to the nearest hunredth:
- What is the smallest decimal?
0.81, 0.080, 0.18, 8.018
- 10.009 x 100
- A child receives 0.5 milligrams of a drug 4 times a day. How many milligrams is the child's daily dose?
- 2 milligrams
- A patient receives 2.25 grams of medication daily. Tablets come in 0.75 gram doses. How many tablets does the patient take daily.
- 3 tablets
- Convert this fraction to a decimal.
- Convert this decimal to a fraction
- Convert this fraction to a decimal
- Convert 103 Fahrenheit to celsius
- 39.4 celcius
To convert celsius to fahrenheit (Cx1.8)+32 = F
To convert fahrenheit to celsius (F-32) / 1.8 = C
______ x 2.5 =
- flat, pigmented, circumscribed area less than 1 cm in diameter. ex. freckle
- solid, elevated lesion less than 1 cm in diameter that may be the same color as the skin or pigmented. ex. wart, pimple
- palpable, circumscribed lesion; larger and deeper than a paule (0.6 to 2 cm in diameter); extends into the dermal area. ex. intradermal nevus, benign or malignant tumor.
- solid, elevated lesion larger than 2 cm in diamter that extends into the dermal and subcutaneous layer. Ex. lipoma
- elevated, firm rounded lesion with localized skin edema that varies in size, shape, and color; paler in the center than it surrounding edges, accompanied by itching Ex. hive, insect bites
- elevated, circumscribed, fluid filled lesion less than 0.5 cm in diameter. Ex Poison ivy, shingles.
- small raised, circumscribed lesion that contains pus; usually less than 1 cm in diameter. ex. acne, furuncle ...
- a vesicle or blister larger than 1 cm in diamerter ex. second degree burns, severe posion oak
- linear scratch marks or traumatized abrasions of the epidermis. ex scratches
- small slit or crack like sore that extends into the dermal layer; could be caused by continuous inflammation and drying
- an open sore or lesion that extends to the dermis and usually heals with scarring. Example pressure sore, basal cell carcinoma
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