This approach is best for pulmonology because the structure of this study lies within the superior part of the body when divided by the transverse plane. The body cavity is the study of the body cavities and the organs in the cavities. This approach is used when studying certain organs in the body and how a disease affects different organs. This approach is best for gastroenterology because all of the structures located within this study are located within the body cavities of the human body. The quadrants and regions divide the lower torso into four sections and nine region sections to identify the areas where internal organs are placed.
These four chambers are separated from each by various valves. The tricuspid valve separates the right atrium and right ventricle and the mitral separates the left atrium and left ventricle. Two valves separate the ventricles and the large blood vessels. The aortic valves separates the left ventricle and the aorta and the pulmonic valve which separates the pulmonary artery and the right ventricle. The blood vessels are a intricate network of tubes that transport blood throughout the body.
Right lymphatic duct b. Thoracic (left lymphatic) duct c. Right and left subclavian veins d. Cisterna chyli . e. Determine the direction of blood and lymph movement between arterioles, blood and lymph capillaries, and venules. Blood and lymph move between arterioles, blood and lymph capillaries, and venules through lymphatic capillaries. These capillaries are located in the spaces between cells and are closed at one end. Blood capillaries converge to form venules and then veins.
A hallmark of the mentor generation in the Gartner model is: Workflow support 14. Which of the following is commonly included in BOTH a strategic plan and an EHR migration path? Strategic goals 15. In a best of fit environment, applications are provided by: One primary vendor 16. For a hospital planning to open a portal for its physicians to access their transcribed reports, lab results, and potentially other applications, an important element of technology that should be considered is: Data repository 17.
Sonography is used for so many different things: “pain, swelling, infection, hematuria (blood in urine)” (www.radiologyinfo.org) , and looks at many extremities’ throughout the body including “heart and blood vessels, including the abdominal aorta and its major branches, liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, bladder, uterus, ovaries, and unborn child (fetus) in pregnant patients, eyes, thyroid and parathyroid glands, scrotum (testicles), brain in infants, hips in infants.” (www.radiologyinfo.org). Some of the diseases that you may see while being a sonographer would be liver disease, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, cirrhosis, kidney disease, renal failure, arterial disease (PAD - peripheral arterial disease), GB disease, cancer that may have spread throughout the different organs, thyroid disease, and deep vein thrombosis or DVT which is when the dopplers are used. The typical patients that you would come across vary from
What is the cough reflex? Describe the process that Cari’s respiratory system is using to clear her lungs by coughing. A cough reflex clears sputum and irritants that are in the pharynx and nasal passages. The process that Cari’s respiratory system is using to clear her lungs is there is cilia in her trachea that is moving the mucus up from her lungs. When the mucus becomes abundant this triggers the cough reflex.
Body planes and direction approach is the division of the body into sections from front to back, right and left and top to bottom via the midsagittal plane, the coral plane, and the transverse plane. This approach might be used when doctors need to examine certain organs inside the body such as the lungs, the brain, the joints or tendons. Should there be a problem like a blood clot for example the doctor would know exactly where it is located by using this approach by use of a CAT scan. Body Cavity this approach is the study of the body’s cavity and the organs within them. This approach is used when studying a specific organ inside the body for example the brain which is located inside the cranial cavity.
The tests that help the diagnosis of anemia is when the doctor is checks abnormal heartbeat, uneven breathing or even check the size of the liver. There is another test called complete blood count (CBC) which measures hemoglobin and hematocrit levels. Hemoglobin is when the iron rich protein in red blood cell. Hematocrit is the measure of how much space red blood take up in the blood. A low level of both hemoglobin and hematocrit is a sign of anemia.
Muscular System 11. Skeletal System Part II: Name organs or structures that are found in each body system, and provide examples and descriptions of diseases or injuries affecting each system. | | | | |Body System |Organs or Structures |Disease or Injury | |1.Cirulatory System |The Lungs, and The Blood Cells |H.I.V. | |2.Nervous System |Brain, and Spinal Cord | paralyzed | |3.Respiratory System |Intake of Oxygen to the body |Collapsed lungs | |4.Circulatory System |The Lungs, and The Blood Cells |Anemia | |5.Respiratory System |Intake of Oxygen to the body |Asthma | |6.Reproductive System |Penis, testes
Materials: Heart model, Marieb and Mitchell laboratory manual, microscopic slides, camera, and microscope Procedure: Each lab group observed the external and internal surfaces of the heart, locating and identifying the three layers and the heart wall, the four chambers of the heart and the structures associated with them, locating and identifying the fossa ovalis, pectinate muscles, papillary muscles and chordae tendinae. Each lab group also located and identified the major valves of the heart and major vessels, including the arteries and veins associated with the heart and also the vessels of the coronary circulation and coronary sinus. Results: Photographic images included Discussion: In addition to the heart experiment, each group also viewed microscopic slides of mammalian and human arteries and veins. The differences noticed was that the arteries seemed to be thicker than the veins, which are thinner. The veins and arteries had characteristics of that of smooth muscle, whereas the aorta had characteristics of cardiac muscle.