Lymphatic System & Disease Resistance 1. Describe lymphatic system functions. The lymphatic system helps fluids circulate the body and helps defend against agents that cause disease. 2. Locate each of the following lymphatic vessels: right lymphatic duct, thoracic (left lymphatic) duct, right and left subclavian veins, and cisterna chyli.
BIOS255 BIOS 255 WEEK 5 Lab 5 - Lymphatic System & Disease Resistance 1. Describe lymphatic system functions. The primary functions of the lymphatic system are to drain and return interstitial fluid to the blood to absorb and return lipids from the digestive system to the blood, and to filter fluid of pathogens, damaged cells, cellular, and cancerous cells to help protect against invasion. 2. Locate each of the following lymphatic vessels: right lymphatic duct, thoracic (left lymphatic) duct, right and left subclavian veins, and cisterna chyli.
The sum of all chemical reactions in the body is? Metabolism 27. Polysaccharide that serves as a storage form of energy in muscle and liver cells? Glycogen 28. Two organ systems that regulate and maintain homeostasis are the Nervous and endocrine systems 29.
P4: Explain the physiology of two named body systems in relation to energy metabolism in the body. Cardiovascular System This system transports materials to the liver and body cells through the bloodstream that is pumped by the heart. Blood Blood is a liquid tissue made up of; plasma, platelets, white and red blood cells and is necessary for every part of the body. The blood contains many different materials and cells and there is fluid called plasma which contains many substances dissolved in it. Plasma carries food from the stomach to cells but carries waste from the cells to the kidneys and intestine.
Cardiovascular system has three main functions: Transport of nutrients, oxygen and hormones to cells throughout our body and removal of metabolic wastes such as (carbon dioxide and nitrogenous wastes). Protections of the human body by while blood cells, antibodies and complement proteins that circulate in the blood and defend our body against foreign microbes and toxic. Clotting mechanisms are also present that protect the human body from blood loss after injuries. Regulation of body temperature, fluid pH and water content of
The two body systems I will write about are the respiratory system and the digestive system. Respiratory system: The respiratory system comprises of the nose, mouth, throat, larynx, trachea, bronchi and lungs. The function of the respiratory system is to facilitate gaseous exchange to take place in the lungs and tissue of the body. Oxygen is required by cells to allow various metabolic reactions to take place and to produce energy which is essential to life. Internal respiration involves chemical activities that take place in every living cell requiring oxygen and glycogen to combine to release energy, water and carbon dioxide.
ASSIGNMENTS Individual (70%) Develop A Project Proposal Based Upon the Requirements for SR-ht-001 (Week 1) Service Request SR-ht-001 MS Project Task Development for WBS (Week 2) Benefits Project Update to Futher Update the MS Project File (Week 3) Executive Overview and Summary of Accomplishments & Lessons Learned Relating to the Huffman Benefits Project (Week 4) Participation (10 points per week) Discussion Questions (10 points per week) Current Event Discussion Question (10 points per week) Weekly Summaries (10 points per week) Learning Team (30%) Learn Team Weekly Status Report (10 points per week) Learn Team Charter (Week 1) Learn Team Proposal (Week 2) Final Project Paper (Week 5) Final Project PowerPoint Presentation (Week 5) Final Project Microsoft Project File (Week 5) Learning Team Evaluation (Week 5)
Unit 13 – Physiology of Fluid Balance for Health and Social Care Movement of Materials Introduction For this assignment, I will have to talk about the movement of materials in the body, e.g. the states of matter; solid, liquid and gas. Materials; particulate, ionic, in solution, relevant colloidal forms e.g. emulsion (oil in water, etc.) Movement of materials: diffusion, facilitated diffusion, osmosis, active transport, endocytosis, and exocytosis.
| Objectives Nbr description | Objective Date | Status | Status Change Date | Expected Achievement Date | Required For Discharge | 1 Client will create an individualized discharge plan and relapse prevention plan with the assistance of her counselor during first week in IOP. | 12/16/2013 | In progress | 12/16/2013 | 03/16/2014 | | Strategies Nbr description | Objective Date | Status | Status Change Date | Units of Service | Duration of Hours/Frequency | 1 Counselors will provide worksheets to client at first sessions so that she can work on what she knows so far about elapse prevention and her discharge needs. | 12/16/2013 | In progress | 12/16/2013 | 2 | 1/ Monthly | Summary Previous Comments | Problem Details Problem Number: 2Problem Statement: Client has a family and/or social problemStatus: TreatStatus Change Date: 12/16/2013Problem Date: 12/16/2013Problem Description: client reports an open CPS case |
Field Experience Report Michelle Thorne-Nichols Liberty University FIELD EXPERIENCE REPORT INSTRUCTIONS For your field experience placement, you will either complete your practicum in a special education classroom or community placement. These hours are to be documented in each type of setting: learning disabilities, mental retardation, emotionally disturbed, autism, etc. In Module/Week 3, you are to submit your Field Experience Plan (when and where you plan to complete your field experience) to your instructor. PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Both licensure candidates and non-licensure students within this course must complete 10 hours of field experience.