Lymphatic System
Digestive System
Body Mechanics
Body Cavities
100

The purpose of the lymphatic system

Works along with the cardiovascular system to remove waste material.

100

This is where digestion begins

Mouth

100

Type of footwear that patient must wear during transfer procedure

Non-slip shoes

100

The plane that divides body into L & R sides

Sagittal (lateral) plane

200

Lymphatic tissue that destroys and removes old red blood cells

spleen

200

The name of the stomach cells that secrete hydrochloric acid

Gastric cells

200

Typically, how often should patients be repositioned if they are lying in bed

Every 2 hours

200

Name the 4 body cavities

dorsal, thoracic, abdominal, pelvic

300

What is the body’s hypersensitive response to an outside substance that is otherwise harmless?

Allergy

300

This is the organ in which majority of digestion and absorption occur

Small intestine

300

This is the stage of pressure ulcer which involves full thickness loss of skin and reveals subcutaneous tissue

Stage 3

300

This separates the thoracic & abdominal cavities

Diaphragm

400

Largest concentration of lymph nodes is found here

axilla, groin (either works)

400

These are the two kinds of IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)

Crohn ‘s disease and Ulcerative Colitis

400

What is the ratio of compression:breaths for adult CPR

 30: 2 compressions-to-breaths

400

What organs are in the pelvic cavity? (2)

reproductive organs, bladder

500

Most common tumor found in lymph tissue

Hodgkin’s disease



500

Purpose of E.Coli bacteria found in the intestines

Assist to break down the food and keep the digestive tract healthy



500

Why should Fowler’s position only be used for short periods of time

It increases the risks of pressure ulcers



500

Name 2 additional cavities found WITHIN the thoracic cavity

 pleural cavity (lungs), pericardial cavity (heart)



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