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Non-Communicable Diseases Lifestyle/Chronic Review Game
These diseases are caused by lifestyle choices, genetics &/or environment CommunicableCholesterol Lifestyle Angioplasty
Any disease of the heart muscle or other working parts of the heart Heart DiseaseCancer Cardiovascular Metastasis Disease
Is a blood vessel that carries blood to the heart muscle VeinsCapillaries CoronaryStent
This is a term for hardened deposits of fat BenignPlaque MalignantTarter
A disease of the heart and blood vessels Heart DiseaseCancer Cardiovascular DiseaseHeart Attack
The medical term for a heart attack CancerStroke Myocardial Myocardial InfarctionInfraction
Chest pain that results from narrowed coronary arteries Angina PectorisStroke Heart attackStent
A condition in which the heart’s pumping ability is below normal Angina pectorisAtherosclerosis Arteriosclerosis Congestive Heart Failure
Congestive Heart Failure
A drug that widens the coronary arteries NitroglycerinAleve Penicillin Alcohol
A non- lifestyle disease that hardens and thickens the arteries as people age naturally. ArteriosclerosisArrhythmia Atherosclerosis Angina pectoris
A heart condition in which the heart can beat very fast or very slow for no reason. ArteriosclerosisArrhythmia Atherosclerosis Angina pectoris
A device that is implanted in the heart to stimulate normal heart contractions. Nitroglycerinplaque heartmakerpacemaker
A term that means you are born with a disease AneurysmAntioxidant Birthcongenital
A heart sound that reflects damaged or abnormal heart valves Murmur congenital Arrhythmia loud
An autoimmune disease in the heart that can cause fever, weakness, & damage to the heart valves. Rheumatic heart disease Rheumatic fever none of these
Permanent heart damage that results from rheumatic fever Rheumatic heart attack heart disease Rheumatic fever none of these
Rheumatic heart disease
A condition caused by broken or blocked blood vessels in the BRAIN Rheumatic heart attack heart disease Rheumatic fever stroke
A weak area of a blood vessel where it starts to balloon out Aneurysm heart attack Rheumatic fever hemorrhage
A fat-like substance made by the body and found in certain foods Antioxidant butter Cholesterol lard
Low density lipoproteins (bad cholesterol) LDLHDL SDLPDL
High density lipoproteins ( good cholesterol) LDLHDL SDLPDL
A substance that protects cells from being damaged by oxidation cholesterol HDL SDL antioxidant
Another name for HIGH blood pressure Silent killer both of these Hypertension
Both of these are correct
What is the range for pre- hypertension 120-139/ 90- 99 120-139/ 90- 99 120-139/ 80-89
What is the range for stage-one Hypertension 120-139/ 90- 99145-159/90-99 120-139/ 80-89140-159/90-99
What is the range for stage-two hypertension? 120-139/ 90- 99145-159/90-99 160/100140-159/90-99
What are the names of drugs that lower hypertension? Antihypertensives Aleve Hypertensive'sMorphine
The contraction measurement of blood pressure is called the ________ reading. systolicDiastolic
What is considered an average blood pressure level? 160/90120/80 148/76130/80
What blood vessel carries blood AWAY from the heart Capillariesveins Arteriesnone of these
Which blood vessel connects arteries to veins Capillariesveins Arteriesnone of these
A stationary clot in the blood is called? Thrombus embolus Aneurysm hemorrhage
The breaking of an artery wall where it has become weak Thrombus embolus Aneurysm hemorrhage
Electrodes that record the electrical activity of the heart to determine how well it is functioning is called Cardiac Stress Test Catheterization EchocardiogramElectro-cardiogram
Material that is injected through a catheter to tell if there is blockage in the vessels of the heart is called Cardiac Stress Test Catheterization EchocardiogramElectro-cardiogram
Walking on a treadmill at increased rates to see how much stress your heart can take is called ? Cardiac Stress Test Catheterization EchocardiogramElectro-cardiogram
A test that uses an ultrasound to visualize the heart’s walls and pumping action is called? Cardiac Stress Test Catheterization EchocardiogramElectro-cardiogram
A procedure where a balloon is inflated in the artery and it pushes the plaque against the artery wall is called? Stent Stress Test EchocardiogramBalloon Angioplasty
A procedure in which a small stainless steel tube is placed in the artery to keep the artery expanded is called? Stent Stress Test EchocardiogramBalloon Angioplasty
An uncontrolled grow of abnormal cells is called? DiabetesIDiabetes II CancerHeart Disease
Disease is which the body produces little or no insulin is called? DiabetesIDiabetes II CancerHeart Disease
Type I Diabetes
Diabetes that occurs in some pregnant females is called? DiabetesIDiabetes II CancerGestational Diabetes
An abnormal mass of tissue that can live and reproduce itself is called? Tumor Plaque CancerSkin
A tumor that is non-cancerous is called? Tumor Malignant CancerBenign
Tumor that may spread to other parts of the body and is cancerous is called? Basil Cell Carcinoma Malignant CancerBenign
The spreading of cancer is called? Tumor In Situ Metastasis Benign
Most common form of skin cancer is called? Basal Cell Brain Cancer Carcinoma Squamous Cell Malignant Melanoma Carcinoma
Basal Cell Carcinoma
Cancer treatment depends on: Patients choicecancer location All of these are factors type of cancerhow much cancer hasspread
All of these are factors
Cancer treatment where drugs are used to kill cancer cells are called? ChemotherapyImmunotherapy RadiationSurgery
Most common form of cancer treatment is? ChemotherapyImmunotherapy RadiationSurgery
How can you prevent cardiovascular disease?. A disease that is not transmitted by another person, vector, or the environment Habits and behaviors.
Diagnostic Procedures & Diseases. History & Physical Checking for symptoms of disease Chest pain, shortness of breath (SOB), awareness of heartbeat.
Communicable and Chronic Disease - Day 3
CVD – Cardiovascular Disease
5.3 Heart disease. Learning outcomes Students should understand the following: Atheroma as the presence of fatty material within the walls of arteries.
What is Diabetes? A disease in which there are high levels of sugar in the blood. Three types of Diabetes: Type 1 Type 2 Gestational Diabetes affects.
CVD statistics Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in the U.S. CVD is the number one killer in the U.S. More that 2,500 Americans.
Coronary Artery Disease. What is coronary artery disease? A narrowing of the coronary arteries that prevents adequate blood supply to the heart muscle.
Cardiovascular Diseases Eric Huang Engineering World Health.
Cardiovascular System Blood vessels, heart and blood.
Circulatory Disorders & Technologies Disorders: 1)Hypertension 2)Coronary Artery Disease - arteriosclerosis - atherosclerosis - angina - myocardial infarction.
Preventive behaviors can reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke.
ResourcesChapter menu Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. Objectives Describe how lifestyle can lead to diseases. List four.
Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information. A Guide to Cardiovascular Diseases Cardiovascular disease is a disease of the heart.
© 2011 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. Chapter Five Cardiovascular Health.
Lifestyle/ Chronic Diseases (Non-Communicable) Unit 8 In The Book Page 514.
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Pearson Benjamin Cummings PowerPoint ® Lecture Slide Presentation prepared by Michael Hall Cardiovascular.
Non-Communicable Diseases. What are Non-Communicable Diseases? Any disease that is _______________ spread from one living thing to another Any disease.
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