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1.

ALARA
2. Begin w/, why?
3. must be regarded as a group of disease entities w/ different causes, manifestations,
treatments & prognoses. The basic disease process begins when normal cells undergo
change and begin to proliferate in an abnormal manner.
4. If cells can’t communicate
5. The skin of cells, Selectively permeable
6. Contains.
7. Gated means.
8. WHY FAT
9. Carbohydrates
10. ACIDOSIS
11. Process of atp production.
12. Brain of the cell
13. is the blueprint of instruction
14. Detox
15. Manufacture rna but not mature
16. For protein synthesis
17. Maturation.
18. alkalize the lower GI
19. acidify the stomach
20. Digestive enzymes
21. produces non-specific subtances that contributes to immunologic response
22. ENDOGENOUS versus EXOGENOUS
23. means removal of charges resulting to death
24. substance found in blood, non specific
25. Power house of the cell, produce ATP.
26. CASSAVA IS, EXPLAIN. Why goitrogeneic? -----------------
27. Cassava causes
28. WHAT TO AVOID IN EATING CASAVVA
29. Cell division
30. Mother cells split into two identical daughter cells
31. BETADINE IF OVE CAUSES.
32. One who bubbles
33. For cleaning.
34. Cell engulfing
35. Cell sipping
36. Packaging plant
37. Site for protein synthesis
38. Within body ribosomes
39. Need by the body ribosomes,
40. Not possessed by ribosomes.
41. Possessed by ribosomes.
42. If more anabolic, less catabolic----
43. Applicable in organogenesis.
44. Structure unit of heredity
45. Stage of mitosis
46. Membrane are intact,
47. Contains
48. Draws or align chromosomes, visible chomosmses
49. Centrioles are now at opposite poles
50. <V-shaped>
51. Alignment of chromosomes
52. Cleavage furrow
53. Complete separation, Making sure equal and identical
54. Not included in pattern
55. cytoplasmic separation
56. First trimester – is delekado-----------
57. PHASES OF THE CELL CYCLE
58. Actively dividing
59. DNA Synthesis
60. Duplicate Organelles
61. DNA Synthesis
62. Creates enzymes and proteins
63. Replicate
64. Continue replication.
65. MITOTIC PHASE (PMAT)
66. Nondividing cells/ resting phase
67. Rbc survives--------------,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
68. The use of glucose even in the presence of oxygen
69. Body cells
70. Rapidly dividing cells
71. CELLULAR ABERRATION
72. When growth hormones take effect? Explain the two (2)
73. Cancer cells
74. CARCINOGENESIS: MOLECULAR PROCESS
75. Contact to carcinogens (chemical, physical and biologic)
76. Repeated exposure to promoting agents
77. Total genetic mutation
78. Dose of promoter
79. Innate characteristics & genetic stability target cells
80. Cellular oncogene
81. Cellular proto-oncogenes
82. Under 81
83. <CHROMOSOME 8> ; for possible colon, pancreatic, lung cancer; promising target for cancer
cells
84. Oncovirus, Lack means mutation or cancer suppressor gene
85. 10 causes of mortality
86. 10 causes of cancer
87. Pathophysiology of Cancer
a. Tumor (NEOPLASM)
88. Destructive enzymes of Malignant Cells
89. How do malignant survives?----------
90. When can malignant cell implant
91. CANCER CLASSIFICATION--------------
92. ROUTE OF METASTASIS
93. Metastatic effect
94. COMMON SITES FOR METASTASIS
95. how to stop, how it is make
96. cause
97. MICROBIAL AGENTS
98. CHEMICAL AGENTS
99. FAMILIAL FACTOR
100. Dietary factors
101. HORMONAL AGENTS
102. GENETIC PREDISPOSITION--------,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
103. Hereditary Syndrome
104. IDIOPATHIC/ Unknown cause
105. 9 WARNING SIGNS OF CANCER (CAUUTIONS)

106. NORMAL IMMUNE RESPONSES


107. produce by lymphs, destroy
108. defense to cancer
109. IMMUNE SYTEM EVASION
a. Prevent production of antibodies
b. Deceive immune system for failure recognition
110. Directly to specific organ
111. Associated organ
112. a genetic disorder of decreased immunoglobulin
113. No or zero immunoglobulin
114. Carrier
115. Manifest
116. Indicative sign:

SECOND PART
1. SECONDARY PREVENTION
2. Determine Cancer, Tumor of the Prostate-----------
3. Check the breast Monthly, 10 days after the menstruation
4. Confirms CERVICAL CANCER
5. Monthly, every after WARM SHOWER
6. Maghinda/ magtindog
7. Anus to sigmoid
8. Swab
9. Coloring on fecal occult blood test.
10. 7 P’s of BREAST SELF-EXAMINATION
11. Entire Breast, Nipple, Areola
12. Looking at the mirror
13. Light, Moderate and Firm
14. Vertical strip, pie wedge and circular pattern
15. Pressing using finger pads
16. Be familiar with breast
17. What to do next
18. Advanced Tumor duration
19. First sign
20. Don’t press so hard why?
21. Found in nuts
22. Vagal Nerve Stimulation
23. STEPS OF CANCER PREVENTION
24. Tb diet
25. mg tolerable nitrate in food
26. classification of malignant tumors., cell origin
27. Facts about metastatic tumors.
28. Types of isolation----------------
i. Originates in embryonic tissue
ii. Originates in lymphatic system
iii. Originates in blood-forming organs
iv. Originates in plasma
29. IN DISCCUSSING BAD NEWS W/ A CLIENT ABOUT A DIAGNOSIS:
30. PATIENT WITH SUSPECTED CANCER UNDERGO EXTENSIVE TESTING:
31. DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION INCLUDES:
32. Best in confirming ca and pa
33. A major surgery that removes the whole tumor-----------
34. Ext. surgery procedure to tx the local recurrence.
35. Diagnostic used to detect cancer. -----
36. Indication of malignant tumors
37. Tx
38. Nx
39. Mx
40. T0
41. N0
42. Mo0
43. Tis
44. n1-3
45. M1
46. T1-4
47. Grading
48. Staging
49. Types of surgery
50. dentifying the extent of cancer
51. Sentinnel lymph node biopsy
52. Removal of cancer
53. Relieving client paint obstruction and iscomfort
54. Prophylactic surgery/ (preventive)
55. Tumors in breast gives disfigurement so restores
56. Side effects of surgery----------
57. Factors to consider for prophylactic surgery-----------
58. Types of biopsy.
59. Capable of performing biopsy
60. Stops gag reflex
61. Stops salivation
62. Removal of entire tumor including the surrounding marginal tissues
63. Local
64. Wide
65. Performed if tumor mass is too larged to be removed
66. Use of needle to get sample of tissue
67. Position right why? In breast cancer
68. Other term for first
69. Visualization
70. At surgery lie
71. Goals of chemotherapy-----
72. to have normal life
73. not curable; chemo and radiation therapy
74. reliving of pain
75. is the complication of cancer or common complication
76. bp affected and decreaser cardiac output

3rd part.
1. Colon/rectal cancer
2. Breast cancer
3. If person refuse screaning why to do?
4. Responsible for detoxification
5. Cervical and uterine cancer
6. Prostate.
7. Bone marrow transplant procedure
8. Laser
9. Café- au-lait
10. BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT PROCEDURE/ PERIPHERAL BLOOD STEM
CELL TRANSPLANTATION is for ___
11. Leukemia is due to
12. solution for enlarged prostate, removal of prostate
13. this supports prostate cancer but not confrimative test
14. TYPES OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION:
15. your own bone marrow/ own parts
16. fraternal, family, friends, and other people (dili identical) donor is not self
17. coming from identical twin; no chance of organ rejection
18. mini transplantation doesn’t completely destroy bone marrow.
19. no/ Avoid organ rejection.
20. give increased dose of chemotherapy;
21. total body irradiation
22. capable of differentiating
23. means destination to a specific something
24. after transfusion
25. pt. should be immunosuppressed
26. for..
27. if not
28. period where transfused stem cells are working , good compltibility
29. engraftment waiting, effect..
30. – kuhaon ang stem cell what procedure
31. Hrs.
32. From what organ
33. ENGRAFTMENT SYNDROME
34. Cortecossteroids side egfecrs------------
35. COMPLICATIONS ODF BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT
36. solution sa GVHD
37. Preventing the rejection of organ transplants
38. Yyyyyyyyyy
Cope upssss.

Pleural effusion (>

>Ascites

>>Ascites

>Pericardial effusion

>Bowel obstruction

>Upper gastro intestinal tract obstruction

>Biliary obstruction

>Displaced bone fracture related to metastatic dse.

>Metastatic lung, liver, or brain lesion---------------

>Ureteral obstruction

>Pain

>Pain

>Pain ------------------

pain

> Tumors that depend on hormone for growth

The uses of agents or treatment methods that can aletr the imunologicrelationship

The use of medication to kill tumor.

Identification of the type of tissue frok which tumor originates

An immune response initiated by t lympho

The donor cell reponses against malignancy


Process of determining the xtent of disease including tumor size

Cance treatment that seek to minimize negative effects.

TYPES OF PROCEDURES:

1.uses what celcius


2. inc. freezing point
3. Light sensitizing agent injection
4. Cervical and uterine cancer

Radiation therapy:
1. Principles
2. Types of ionizing radiation
3. Radiation dosage
4. Type of energy emitted
5. Yoes of radiation administrattio
6. Nursing responsibilities
7. External radiation
8. Internal radiation therapy
9. Insertion of halo tubes
10. Hyperthyroid
11. Bone metastits
12. Blood vessels contains radioisotopes
13. Implant therapy
14. Also known as radiopharmaceutical isotope
15. May be given
16. Adverse effects
17. Types of desquamation
18. General intevrvemtion
19. Lotion should not contain
20. Severe late effects
21. To prevent excessive exposure for hcp
22. Safety precaution
23. Patient receiving brachy therapy
24. Client with internal radation
25. List on the chart
26. Immunotherapy
27. Paediatrics
28. Disturbances
29. Client with systemic radiation therapy