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Medical Terminology

Transcript: "Common Medical Terminology. Suffix, Prefix, and Root Words." Common Medical Terminology. Suffix, Prefix, and Root Words. N.p., n.d. Web. 31 Jan. 2013 Bi-Two Gastro-Stomach Morph-Shape Carcino-Cancer Medical Records Assistants Derm-Skin Medical Transcriptionists Cephalo-Head Epi-Outside Obstacle 1 Obstacle 2 Layrngo-Voice box Aden-Gland Dys-Bad Medical Terminology Start Bibliography & Activity Obstacle 3 http://www.proprofs.com/flashcards/story.php?title=medical-terminology-21 Common Prefixes Medical transcriptionists need a 2 year associates degree. They are responsible for listening to dictated recordings made by medical professionals and transcribing them into documents such as medical reports. Purpose Dermat0-Skin Hemato-Blood Cis-To cut Nephro-Kidney healthcare facilities, including hospitals, outpatient facilities, physicians' offices, nursing facilities, home healthcare, and hospices. Flex-To bend "Medical Terminology Course." Des Moines University Medical Terminology Course Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 31 Jan. 2013. Anti-Against Cardio-Heart Arthro-Joint Careers Glyc-Sugar En-Within "HOSA Remembers Senator Daniel Inouye (HI)." HOSA. N.p., n.d. Web. 31 Jan. 2013. Medical record technicians are responsible for assembling patients' health information and organizing the data to ensure accuracy. They must understand medical terminology to catch possible paperwork errors. Hydro-Water To encourage Health Science students to improve their ability to identify, spell, define and apply the prefixes, suffixes, roots and anatomy, physiology, and occupations related to the health care community. Dia-Through

Medical Terminology

Transcript: Average GPA: The average GPA you need in order to be a Neonatal Nurse is a 3.0 or higher. Level 3 treats critically ill newborn in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) The Colleges I plan to attend are... If you are a level 1 nurse the Jobs are decreasing these are the nurses that take care of healthy babies and the mother 24 hours after child birth Level 2 nurses care for premature babies or ill babies that require a lot of attention. Level 3 nurses treat critically ill newborns (NICU). Level 2 and 3 Neonatal nursing jobs are increasing in demand. Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas The average salary for a Neonatal Nurse is $80,000 a year UT Arlington When I grow up I want to be a Neonatal Nurse Level 2 take care of premature or ill babies that require constant attention or... How much education is needed In order to have your RN license you need to have 2 years (registered nurse) To get your RN-BSN(Bachelors of Science and Nursing) you need 4 years total Allied Health 1 Allied Health 2 Advance Health 2 Medical Sciences Parenting and Child Development Life Span Biology Anatomy and Physiology 2nd level I plan on working at a Hospital I cannot choose between... Types of classes you need in order to be a Neonatal Nurse 1st level Level 1 take care of heathly new borns after childbirth and mothers the first 24 hours I plan on going to two Colleges My first two years at University of Texas in Arlington for my RN My last two years I plan on going to A&M for my RN-BSN Neonatal Nursing is a job where you take care of babies Job description A&M 3rd level Cooks Medical Center in Fort Worth

Medical Terminology

Transcript: Working With Volunteers You will interpret everything that is being said. You will speak in the 1st Person . When the MD comes to the group, the interpreter will go back and forth between the volunteers and the patient and the MD. It is acceptable to summarize the information given to the volunteers by the doctor and viceversa when it is a lengthy explanation that may confuse the patient, when it is not related to their condition, when it becomes too technical MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY TRAINING Working With Volunteers Working With Volunteers INTAKE FORM This is the information the volunteers will be getting from the patient at the beginning: General information: date, name, age, academic degree, profession, place of residence. Non-pathological history: smoking, drinking, drugs, allergies, diet, exercise, medications they are taking at the moment. Past medical history: chronic or acute illnesses, surgeries. Primary complaint (reason for consult) Secondary complaints (if any) Working With Volunteers VIDA TL or clinic coordinator will be in charge of crowd control (in churches, schools, community centers or homes) Every patient is given a number The clinic coordinator or one of the volunteers brings the patient to your group. BASICS-VIDA CLINIC You will be the voice of the patient and the volunteers. The more invisible you are, the better your job is. You should not give volunteers any advice on how to interview the patient, how to take vital signs, or any other direct suggestions regarding treatments, diagnosis, symptoms, treatment plans for patient. After completing the Intake Form, volunteers will proceed to take vital signs and do a general examination

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

Transcript: Detail 4 FUNCTION Medical terminology is intended to express the complex entérminos precise concepts and ideas in the world of medicine. It also aims at the unification of criteria. Each term must have a unique meaning lacomunidad accepted scientific, thus facilitating the exchange of information internationally SUFFIX ROOT WORDS cardi - root for heart glycos- root sugar thyroid-thyroid gland hepat- root for liver neur - root for nerve nephr - root for kidney cyt- root for cell A suffix is a letter or syllable terminal added to a root modifies or amplifies its meaning. If the suffix begins with a consonant and the stem ends in a consonant must be added a vowel to plug them -itis - suffix means inflammation -ology - suffix means the study of - ectomy- suffix means surgical removal-plast- suffix means surgical repair (Words ending in-oma usually refer to inflammation or tumor) PARTS ENGLISH STUDENT: Balboa Lorenzana Gladys Denisse 5 TH MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY The prefixes are short terms of one or two syllables. Generally, prepositions or adverbs are placed before the word change its meaning *a-, an-(before a vowel): communicates denial, deficiency or absence *anemia: no blood *anesthesia: lack of sensation or pain *anfidiplopia: Double vision in both eyes * Analysis: solving a problem, review of a chemical compound Hippocrates was a Greek physician and is known as the “father of medicine.” 75% of medical terms are based on either Greek or Latin words. ORIGIN MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY A root is the foundation or basic meaning of a word. May appear with a prefix or suffix, or between a prefix or suffix. ABG: arterial bloods gas ABO: a system of classilfying bloods groups ADL: activities of daily living AFL: atrial flutter ADH: antidiuretic hormone AP: anteroposterior ARDS: adult respiratory distress syndrome AQ: water BACT: bacteorology b.i.d: twice a day Prefix MEDICAL ABBREVIATIONS

medical terminology

Transcript: http://www.medword.com/combos.html http://www.globalrph.com/medterm.htm http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/266627/Hippocrates http://msjensen.cehd.umn.edu/1135/Worksheets/medterms/mterm2.html There is a long list of roots, prefixes, and suffixes which are used in medical terminology. A prefix is placed at the beginning of a word to change its meaning. Pre means "before." Prefixes may also indicate a location, number, or time. Root is the center part of the word. Suffix is the ending part of a word that changes the meaning of the word. Common prefixes Endo-within, inner Epi-Upon or above Homo-Same Hypo- same Medical Terminology Kimberly Vela MBG150 References Medical terminology is used more by healthcare professionals, but billers must also be familiar with these words for when they bill procedures which are being done to the patient. They need to know which body part to code. A medical term must at least have one root word every time, But it does not need to have a prefix or suffix every time. some words can have all three a root word, prefix, and suffix. Medical terminology also has a combing form. which is when you add an "O" to the middle of the word and it becomes easier to pronounce. Common roots Nephro- Kidney Hepato-Liver Pulmo-Lung Cardio-Heart Cyto-Cell Common suffixes Malacia-abnormal softening Megaly-enlargement, large Oma-tumor, mass Pathy-disease Medical Terminology began when people wrote about "medicine" Hippocrates are Greek doctors known to be the father of medicine. (460-375 BC) They follow a certain oath which basically states they will not perform or give a drug in wrong intentions but for the good of the patient.

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