A review of the common medical prefixes. You can support Campbell Teaching for free if you use the link below to access Amazon! USA http://goo.gl/mDMfj5 UK http://goo.gl/j0htQ5 Thank you!
Roots, prefixes and suffixes for medical words
Find more videos at: https://www.kenhub.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/VOEG2I There are so many words used to name and describe anatomy. It’s not enough that the words themselves are sometimes foreign, but we also need descriptor on top of descriptor to specify exactly what is being talked about. In order to simplify this in writing, there are some standard abbreviations that anatomists use. This video will review them and hopefully make your note taking easier. For more Human Anatomy video tutorials, interactive quizzes, articles and an atlas of Human Anatomy, go to https://www.kenhub.com ! Like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kenhubcom Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/kenHub_com
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http://blackbeltmemory.com/?WickedSource=Youtube&WickedID=How-to-memorize-medical-terms Get memory training tips at link above now Are you stressed trying to memorize medical terms? Medical terminology can be one of the hardest things to memorize in medical school and it can be frustrating making people want to give up. But it is easy if you have a memory training strategy. So here are a few memory training strategies to memorize medical terms. 1. The system described in this video is one where you take the medical term that you want to memorize and you turn it into a picture and then you take the definition and you turn that info a picture and put them together in one big giant picture. For example the medical term of macula we imagined Dracula eating a Big Mac hamburger. Then had the nerves coming out of it. We turn the medical term and the definition into a picture and in a sense create a story to memorize the medical term. 2. Another technique for medical term memory would be creating a story. I have a great example of that here at this link http://memorise.org/memory-training/how-to-memorize-medical-terms 3. Finally a great strategy to memorize medical terms would be the Mind Palace method. Actually this may not be the best technique for terms (I would use the technique in this video for memorizing terms and definitions.) With that said there are some great uses for the Mind Palace that you could use in medical school. Here is the Mind Palace technique https://youtu.be/3vlpQHJ09do Get my free memory training ebook here http://blackbeltmemory.com/?WickedSource=Youtube&WickedID=How-to-memorize-medical-terms
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Some of the more commonly used terms, acronyms, and abbreviations used in medical billing and coding. From the introduction to our Medical Billing Fundamentals course at https://www.all-things-medical-billing.com/medical-billing-fundamentals.html.
Medical abbreviations are commonly used by nurses in the clinical setting. Examples are given of how they are used and also how to avoid errors. Included are: CBC, H/H, PRBC, IV, TPN, PICC line, NG tube, CABG, ABG, EKG, MI and more.
How to approach medical terms by breaking them up into pieces (prefix, root, suffix). Terms relating to parts of the body, direction, rate, amount, medical procedures and diseases are introduced. Want more? Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/ThePenguinProf FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/ThePenguinProf Twitter: https://twitter.com/penguinprof Web: http://www.penguinprof.com/