This life threatening complication may occur without symptoms. If symptoms do
occur, they may be presented as substernal pain, dyspnea, apprehension, weak
and rapid pulse, or shock. Which of the following was just described?
b. Gas gangrene.
d. Pulmonary emboli.
Severe and uncontrolled infection, peripheral vascular disease, and chronic pain
may be indications for _________________________________________.
The two types of amputation procedures are _____________________________
Proper positioning of the stump postoperatively will prevent _________________.
Arthritis, gout, and other related diseases can be collectively referred to as
One pathological change in patients with rheumatoid arthritis is _______________
_____________________________, which is the formation of tissue that adheres
________________________ is also known as degenerative joint disease.
A pathological change in the affected joints of patients with osteoarthritis is
____________________________ of cartilage and _____________________
35. Primary, _____________________ is a metabolic disorder in which the body is
unable to properly metabolize purines. This inability results in deposit of
_______________________________ in the joint and connective tissues.