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Variations in Health

Dayyna Slawson

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5.An allergic or hypersensitivity response characterized by hives.
7.Process in which the tissues breakdown as a normal consequence of aging.
14.The node of the heart that is the natural pacemaker, located in the wall of the right atrium.
15.Type of grief that occurs in anticipation of death and allows for emotional adjustments that facilitates coping.
17.Therapies practiced throughout the world. Example: Chinese Medicine
20.Graphic record of the hearts electrical activity
21.Increase in the size of the cell, resulting in increased tissue mass without cell division.
22.Therapeutic__________, a method of detecting and balancing human energy.
24.Type of grief that would be felt when a miscarriage, infertility or loss of a lover occures.
27.Type of circulation that reroutes blood through underused blood vessels when there has been a complete occlusion.
28.Final Stage of General Adaption Syndrome.
29.Positive Stress, Example - Getting Married
30.Type of allergic reaction that causes vasodilation and can be fatal.
33.Immune response to antigens of another human, as in transplanted tissues (organ rejection).
35.First phase of General Adaption Syndrome.
37.Increase in the number of cells resulting from increased cell division/
38.Fourth Stage of Grieving
47.A risk factor that can be changed.
50.Type of grief that is helpful or assists the person to accept the reality of death.
51.Grief that is abnormal or distorted.
54.Abnormal differentiation of dividing cells, resulting in changes to appearance, size, shape.
55.The symptoms of disease reappear.
57.Examination where an image called a sonogram is produced.
59.All over inflammation.
60.Therapies used instead of traditional western practices.
62.Type of hypertension that has unknown causes.
63.Phagocyte that produces the anti inflammatory, histamine.
64.Primary Nursing Preventative Measure
67.When a disease is present but does not present symptoms.
68.Third Stage of Grieving.
71.Type of injury that causes cell death.
73.New matter or abnormal growth of cells.
74.Any physical, social, or mental event that forces our bodies and minds to adjust.
75.Type of injury that alters cell function without causing cell death.
76.Type of inflammation that is immediate and promotes the elimination of the irritant.
77.A wandering blood clot.
78.Final Stage of Grieving.
1.A type of illness with rapid onset of symptoms and may only last a short period of time.
2.Second Stage of Grieving.
3.Intervention technique designed to facilitate the minds capacity to affect bodily function.
4.A sporadic or quivering pattern of heart beats that results in inefficient moving of blood.
6.Distraction, Hypnosis, Imagery, Relaxation and Self Management are all what type of therapy?
8.Deposits of plaque in the lining of the arteries.
9.A risk factor that is unable to be changed.
10.The study of underlying aspects of disease.
11.Decrease in diameter of blood vessels, which decreases blood flow and raises blood pressure.
12.A hypersensitive reaction to a specific antigen or allergen in the environment.
13.Therapies used along side western health practices, may be recommended by a health care provider.
14.The amount of litres of blood the average human has.
16.Relative uniformity of the normal body's internal environment.
18.Type of fat we consume and manufacture in our body.
19.Another term for a blood clot.
23.Theory and Philosophy that focuses on connections and interactions between parts of the whole.
25.Type of hyperplasia in organs responsive to estrogen (breasts, uterus)
26.Type of hypertension that is a result of another condition.
30.When a person's immune system attacks their own body.
31.General condition of the body and mind.
32.Type of hyperplasia that the cells of certain organs regenerate.
34.Harmless environmental antigen that stimulates an allergic reaction in a sensitized person.
36.First Stage of Grieving.
39.Tertiary Nursing Preventative Measure
40.Type of loss that is from an unpredictable event, traumatic injury, disease or death.
41.Type of tumor that does not metastasize.
42.Removal of a piece of tissue for microscopic examination
43.Type of injury caused by cuts, burns, chemicals, radiation, toxins.
44.Tissue response to an irritant, marked by heat, redness, swelling, and pain.
45.Type of tumor that is cancerous, will spread or metastasize.
46.Normally programmed cell death
48.Chronic high blood pressure.
49.Second Phase of General Adaption Syndrome.
52.Insufficient blood flow to a tissue that results in a decrease in oxygen.
53.Type of heart disease caused by an unresolved streptococcal infection of the throat.
54.Negative Stress, Caused By Injury, Illness, Death, Financial Stress
56.Phagocyte that is attracted to the sites of injury and injection.
58.Secondary Nursing Preventative Measure
61.The study of health in relation to a connection between God and the human body.
65.Type of nursing that incorporates body, mind and spirit.
66.Fatty substances, cholesterol, cellular waste products, calcium and fibrin.
69.A pathological change in the structure or function of the body or mind.
70.A type of illness that is a permanent change in physical or mental health and is irreversible.
72.Injury or wound caused by external forces, or is self inflicted.

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