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Stanfield’s Essential Medical Terminology (5th Edition)

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book-author

Nanna Cross, Dana McWay

publisher

Jones – Bartlett Learning; 5th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

426 pages

language

English

asin

B07G4382M9

isbn10

1284142213

isbn13

9781284142211


Book Description

This best-selling introduction to medical terminology; Stanfield’s Essential Medical Terminology 5th edition (PDF); is based on the body-systems method and is flexible enough to be used in self-instructional or traditional course formats. Suited for students of all levels in the health professions; the accessible Essentials of Medical Terminology; 5th Edition provides the appropriate amount of detail needed to learn the basics of medical terminology. After learning the fundamentals of pronunciation; medical students can study the chapters in any order the instructor deems appropriate.

Key Features of the 5th Edition:

– Allied Health Professions boxes list specialties and specialists

– Confusing Medical Terms boxes compare and define similar-sounding terms

– A wealth of full-color photographs and illustrations showing common clinical disorders and associated anatomy

– Pharmacology and Medical Terminology boxes relate medical terminology to drugs and their classification; function; and active ingredients

– Instructor resources include slides in PowerPoint format; Test Bank; and Instructor’s Manual with Suggested Activities; Case Study and Final Exam (not included in this sale)

NOTE: This sale only includes the Stanfield’s Essential Medical Terminology 5e PDF eBook. No online codes or other resources come with the sale.

 

book-author

Nanna Cross, Dana McWay

publisher

Jones – Bartlett Learning; 5th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

426 pages

language

English

asin

B07G4382M9

isbn10

1284142213

isbn13

9781284142211

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover Page
Title Page
Copyright Page
Dedication
Brief Contents
Contents
Preface
What Is New and Improved in the Fifth Edition?
The Learning and Teaching Package
Acknowledgments
Reviewers
About the Authors
UNIT I Medical Terminology
Chapter 1 Word Pronunciations
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Pronunciation
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 2 Word Parts and Word Building Rules
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Parts of a Medical Term
Listing of Word Parts
Prefixes, Word Roots with Combining Forms, and Suffixes
Lesson Two: Progress Check Part A
Lesson Two: Progress Check Part B
UNIT II Root Words, Medical Terminology, and Patient Care
Chapter 3 Bacteria, Color, and Some Medical Terms
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Root Words for Bacteria
Prefixes for Color
Commonly Used Medical Prefixes
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 4 Body Openings and Plural Endings
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Body Openings
Plural Endings
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 5 Numbers, Positions, and Directions
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Part 1: Prefixes for Numbers
Part 2: Prefixes for Positions and Directions
Part 3: Terms for Directions and Positions
Units of Weight and Measurement
Weights and Measures
Common Weights and Measures
Frequently Used Symbols
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 6 Medical and Health Professions
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Scientific Studies
Specialties and Specialists
Physicians and Medical Specialties
Other Health Professions Delivering Patient Care
Additional Health Professions with Limited to No Patient Care Contact
Lesson Two: Progress Check
UNIT III Abbreviations
Chapter 7 Medical Abbreviations
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Abbreviations for Services or Units in a Healthcare Facility
Abbreviations Commonly Used in Health Records
Abbreviations for Frequencies
Abbreviations for Units of Measure
Abbreviations for Means of Administering Substances into the Body
Abbreviations for Diet Orders
Abbreviations for Activity and Toiletry
Abbreviations for Laboratory Tests, X-Ray Studies, and Pulmonary Function
Abbreviations for Miscellaneous Terms
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 8 Diagnostic and Laboratory Abbreviations
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Diagnostic Abbreviations
Laboratory Abbreviations
A List of Common Diagnostic and Laboratory Abbreviations
Lesson Two: Progress Check
UNIT IV Review
Chapter 9 Review of Word Parts from Units I, II, and III
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Review A: Suffixes
Review B: Prefixes
Review C: Root Words for Body Parts
Review D: Descriptive Word Elements
Review E: Additional Medical Terms
Lesson Two: Progress Check
UNIT V Medical Terminology and Body Systems
Chapter 10 Body Organs and Parts
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Structural Units of the Body
Body Cavities and Planes
Metabolism and Homeostasis
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 11 Integumentary System
The Integumentary System
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Parts of the Skin
Functions of the Skin
Skin Growths
Biologic Agents and Skin Infection
Allergy and the Skin
Skin Disorders from Systemic Diseases
Terms Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of the Skin
The Origin of Medical Terms
Abbreviations
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 12 Digestive System
The Digestive System
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Major and Accessory Organs of the Digestive System
Clinical Disorders
Terms Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment of the Digestive System
Digestion and Nutrition Terms
Abdominal Reference Terms
The Origin of Medical Terms
Abbreviations
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 13 Respiratory System
The Respiratory System
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Terms that Describe the Components and Functions of the Respiratory System
Common Disorders of the Respiratory System
Signs and Symptoms of Respiratory Diseases
Terms Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Respiratory Disorders
The Origin of Medical Terms
Abbreviations
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 14 Cardiovascular System
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
The Cardiovascular System
The Heart
The Circulatory System
The Cardiac Conduction System
Parts of the Heart
Terms Used to Describe Blood Circulation
Types of Blood Vessels
Blood Components
Terms Used to Describe Blood Pressure
Clinical Disorders of the Cardiovascular System
Terms Used in Diagnosis and Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases
Lesson Two: Materials to Be Learned
The Lymphatic System
Parts and Functions of the Lymphatic System
Pathological Conditions of the Lymphatic System
The Origin of Medical Terms
Abbreviations
Lesson Three: Progress Check
Chapter 15 Nervous System
The Nervous System
The Central Nervous System
The Peripheral Nervous System
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Parts of the Central Nervous System
Parts of the Peripheral Nervous System
Terms Used to Describe the Nervous System
Clinical Disorders of the Nervous System
Terms Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Neurological Disorders
Psychiatric Terms
Psychiatric Clinical Disorders
The Origin of Medical Terms
Abbreviations
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 16 Genitourinary and Reproductive Systems
Genitourinary and Reproductive Systems
Urinary System
Reproductive System
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Urinary System: Organs and Structures
Terms Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Urological Disorders
Reproductive System
Male Reproductive Organs
Female Reproductive Organs
Clinical Conditions of the Reproductive Systems
Clinical Conditions of the Male Reproductive System
Clinical Conditions of the Female Reproductive System
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Terms used to Describe Pregnancy and Birth
The Origin of Medical Terms
Abbreviations
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 17 Musculoskeletal System
The Musculoskeletal System
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
The Skeletal System
Divisions of the Skeletal System
Bones of the Axial Skeleton
Bones of the Appendicular Skeleton
Joints and Accessory Parts
Bone Processes, Depressions, and Holes
The Muscular System
Muscles of the Body
Types of Joint Movements
Physiological State of Muscles
Bone Injuries
Clinical Disorders
Terms Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Musculoskeletal Disorders
The Origin of Medical Terms
Abbreviations
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 18 Eyes and Ears
Eyes and Ears
The Eye
The Ear
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Structures of the Eye
Eye Disorders
Terms Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Disorders
Structures of the Ear
Ear Disorders
Terms Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Ear Disorders
The Origin of Medical Terms
Abbreviations
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 19 Endocrine System
The Endocrine System
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Classification and Functions of the Endocrine System
Clinical Disorders of the Endocrine System
Terms Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of the Endocrine System
The Origin of Medical Terms
Abbreviations
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Chapter 20 Cancer Medicine
Cancer Medicine
Lesson One: Materials to Be Learned
Medical Terms in Cancer Medicine
General Principles of Naming Tumors
Comparison of Benign and Malignant Tumors
Using Root Words to Name Tumors
Medical Terms Related to Types of Cancer
Cancer with Specific Names
Screening and Early Detection
Cancer Treatment
Terms Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer
Terms Used to Describe Treatment Approaches for Cancer
Breast Cancer and Medical Illustrations
The Origin of Medical Terms
Abbreviations
Lesson Two: Progress Check
Appendix A Answer Keys
Appendix B Bibliography
Index

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