4. Ceftriaxone is used to treat certain infections caused by bacteria such as gonorrhea, pelvic inflammatory disease, meningitis, and infections of the lungs, ears, skin, urinary tract, blood, bones, joints and abdomen. 5. CMV: cytomegalovirus is related to the viruses that cause chickenpox and infectious mononucleosis (mono). 6.
Hemorrhagic stroke (~17%)- A blood vessel breaks open, causing blood to leak into the brain 3. Define the term collateral blood flow, and describe how this and other factors affect the development of stroke. The brain has s circular vascular structure called the circle of Willis and two pairs of arteries that feed the circle. So most areas of the brain receive blood from more than one collateral blood vessel. The type, and severity of stroke symptoms depends on the location of the and severity of brain ischemia 4.
THE DIENCEPHALON AND LIMBIC SYSTEM THE DIENCEPHALON Comprises the thalamus, hypothalamus and the pineal gland. THALAMUS Location and relations: It forms part of the floor of the lateral ventricle and the dorsolateral wall of the third ventricle. Its relations include: • Dorsally the fornix. • Anterosuperiorly the caudate nucleus • Laterally the internal capsule. • Posterosuperiorly the splenium of the corpus callosum.
An LHD-1 level a phenomenon known as ‘flipped LDH’, Is strongly indicative of a Heart attack. 6. What pathophysiology occurs during a myocardial Infarction? Include all four processes. Most Myocardial Infarctions are caused by a disruption in the vascular endothelium associated with an unstable atherosclerotic
Caring and Education Student Name | | Assignment Title | The main body organs and their overall function | Assignment Ref: | AS03/1415 | Assessor | Zoe Taylor | Date issued | 17th December 2014 | Hand in Date | 28th January 2015 | Assessment Date | 18th February 2015 | Duration(approx.) | This assessment should take you about 10 hours | Qualification suite covered | Level 3 BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in HSC (QCF)Level 3 BTEC Diploma in HSC (QCF) | Units covered | Unit 5: Anatomy and Physiology for Health and Social Care | Learning Outcome covered | Learning Outcome A: Know the organisation of the human body | Scenario | You are working as part of NHS team delivering training to newly qualified nursing staff across the county. As part of your job role you have been asked to prepare a series of Diagrams for Display in the Local Health Centre explaining how the Body’s System Work. | Task 3 | Annotated Diagrams: This provides evidence for P3.Produce a series of annotated diagrams to provide an overview of each of the body systems and there general function, inclusion of the main organs within each of the systems is required. * Body organs: Locations of heart, lungs, brain, stomach, liver, pancreas, duodenum, ileum, colon, kidneys, bladder, ovaries/testes, uterus; structure and functions of the skin * Systems: Gross structure of: cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, renal, nervous, endocrine, reproductive, and lymphatic, musculo-skeletal, immune * Main functions of systems: Overall functions of each system, e.g.
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