# Shared Flashcard Set

## Details

CRT_101
Week_1_assignment
16
Pharmacology
05/30/2016

Term
 Multiplication of Fractions
Definition
 1. Multiply the numerators. 2. Multiply the denominators. 3. Place the product of the numerators over the product of the denominators. 4. Reduce to lowest terms.
Term
 Division of Fractions
Definition
 1. Invert the divisor. 2. Multiply the two fractions. 3. Reduce to lowest terms.   Ex. (2/3)/(6/8) a. (2/3)*(8/6) b. 16/18 c.div by 2 = 8/9
Term
 mL = gtt mL = tsp mL = Tbsp mL = fl. oz mL = cup
Definition
 1 mL = 15 drops (gtt) 5 mL = 1 tsp 15 mL = 1 Tbsp 30 mL = 1 fl. oz 240 mL = 1 cup
Term
 Fahrenheit to Celsius
Definition
 T(c) = (T(f) -32)*5/9   or   T(c) = (T(f) -32)*1.8
Term
 Celsius to Fahrenheit
Definition
 T(f) = T(c)*9/5 +32   or   T(f) = T(c)*1.8+32
Term
 Dimensial Analysis Method
Definition
 ex. x g = 1g/1000mg * 300mg/1   (mg cancel and multiply across)   x = 300/1000 g   x =3/10 g or 0.3 g
Term
 Process of Infection
Definition
Term
 CGWIIPES/RRR
Definition
 Check policies and procedures, physician orders                      1. Remove gloves and wash hands Gather your equipment/supplies for procedure                        2. Restore unit Wash your hands and don gloves (as necessary)                     3. Record and report Introduce yourself to the patient Identify your patient (two identifiers) Provide privacy for your patient Explain the procedure and obtain permission to come in contact with them Safety: provide safe environment/restore room
Term
 The American Red Cross was founded by_____, as an outgrowth of services during the _____ War.
Definition
 Clara Barton   Civil War
Term
 One of the first Nursing theorists:
Definition
 Virginia Henderson
Term
 Order for PPE with Contact Precautions
Definition
 Don                                               Remove Head cover                         1. Foot/shoe covers Gown                                 2. Gloves Mask                                  3. Eyewear Eyewear                             4. Head cover Foot/shoe covers                 5. Gown Gloves                                6. Face   (WASH HANDS)
Term
 Naturally Acquired Immunity
Definition
 Once exposed to an organism, the body produces antibodies against the invader. Ex: Varicella (chickenpox)
Term
 Passive acquired immunity
Definition
 A person is given an antitoxin or antiserum that contains antibodies or antitoxins that have been developed by another person Ex: Tetanus antitoxin
Term
 Naturally acquired passive immunity
Definition
 fetus receives antibodies from mother through placental blood before birth
Term
 Artifically acquired passive immunity
Definition
 Through the process of injection of vaccines or immunizations Ex: Tetanus and Diptheria (Td)
Term
 Artifically acquired passive immunity
Definition
 Provided by injection with antibodies devired from infected blood of people or animals. Ex: Hep A
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