SEVEN ORIGIZATION APPROACHES PAPER ME HCA220 SEVEN ORIGIZATION APPROACHES PAPER There are seven organizational approaches to studying the human body. Each are important to understand the complex systems and workings of the human body, The seven organizational approaches are body planes and direction, body cavities, quadrants and regions, anatomy and physiology, microscopic-to-macroscopic, body systems, and medical specialty. Besides the importance of just understanding the human body each can be used when applying knowledge to practical use in the health care industry. Body planes and direction approach is the division of the body into sections from front to back, right and left, and top to bottom by the use of the midsaggital plane, coronal plane, and the transverse plane. This is addition to movement away from or towards these planes.
Classification of Tissues Objective: The purpose of this lab exercise is was that know the various tissues found in the human body, and to familiarize myself with their composition and function. I learned that the four primary tissue types in the human body are epithelium, connective tissue, nervous tissue, and muscle tissue. These tissues have unique structures, patterns, and functions. I identified the subcategories of the tissues using a compound light microscope. I had to list the general functions and structural characteristics of the primary tissues.
Jyotsna Patel Sherry S. Wright 11-22-2011 Anyone who wants to be success full in healthcare field would have to take and studies the Anatomy and Physiology. Why is Anatomy and Physiology so important in your success in a health care field? It important because you learn the structures associated with the human body, function of each of these structures and all allied health careers is the relationship between the health care provider and his or her patients. Anatomy is the study of the structures associated with the human body. (living organism) Anatomy deals with the description of form, arrangement and function of the bone, joint, muscles and internal organs, together with their blood and nerve supply.
‘Physiology’ is the study of how living beings carry out necessary functions (Bartholomew & Martini, 2012). In basic terms, anatomy is the structure and physiology is the functions of our bodies. b. Explain the connection between anatomy and physiology within the human body; basically how do they influence one another? Anatomy and physiology are connected with one another and the study of one on its own is incomplete without the other.
* 1. Please define the terms anatomy and physiology. * Anatomy is the study of the body’s structure and physiology is the study of the body’s function. Explain the connection between anatomy and physiology within the human body; basically how do they influence one another? * Anatomy and physiology influence each other by allowing people to grasp changes and symptoms that occur with certain diseases.
The primary audience is the hospitals or clinic staff. Like the instructional document, the audience is dealing with medical research; however, the audience is explained as a problem for nurses or doctors doing blood transfusion. The secondary audience includes the patients and the upper-level managers of the hospital. September 22, 20172Possible external audiences include other scientists or people working for other hospitals or clinics that specialize in blood transfusion. Situational AnalysisThe context of the steroid pulse therapy document is mainly focused on medical research.
The body system model and Gordon’s functional pattern model are commonly used framework to guide data collection and organisation. The body system organizes data collecting according to tissue and organ function in the various body system e.g., respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal. (White L, 2005, p.130) Through further reading, I understand the body systems model includes a health history and physical examination. The
Physicians use the MRI examination to help diagnose or monitor treatment for circumstances such as tumors of the chest, abdomen or pelvis,certain types of heart problems,blockages or enlargements of blood vessels, including the aorta, renal arteries, and arteries in the legs,diseases of the liver, such as cirrhosis, and that of other abdominal organs, including the bile ducts, gallbladder, and pancreatic ducts,diseases of the small intestine, colon, and rectum,cysts and solid tumors in the kidneys and other parts of the urinary tract,tumors and other abnormalities of the reproductive organs,causes of pelvic pain in women, such as fibroids, endometriosis and adenomyosis,suspected uterine congenital abnormalities in women undergoing evaluation for sterility and breast cancer and implants. How the Test is Performed: You may be asked to dress in a hospital gown or clothing without metal fasteners (such as sweatpants and a t-shirt). Certain types of metal can be unsafe and may cause wrong images.You will lie on a narrow table, which slides into the middle of the MRI machine.
Amy Bauer 16 February 2011 SCI 115 Professor: Susan Kennedy Personalized Medicine Personalized medicine is a medical model emphasizing in general the customization of healthcare, that have decisions and practices that are being tailored to individual patients in whatever ways possible. Recently, this has mainly involved the systematic use of genetic or other information about an individual patient to select or optimize that patient's preventative; extension of traditional approaches to understanding and treating illness. Since the beginning of the study of medicine, physicians have employed evidence found through observation to make a diagnosis or to prescribe treatment. In the past, this was presumably tailored to each individual, but personalized medicine makes treatment more specific. Over the years of medical care have been focuses on standards of care based on studies.
Other users might include lawyers, employers, law enforcement and researchers. Government licensing agencies make policies that have been determined from the analysis of aggregate data gathered from medical records, in federal and state databases. Institutional users such as hospitals or clinics, depend on the Data Quality Management Model for adequacy and appropriateness of care determined by medical review organizations and the effectiveness of healthcare services reimbursement guidelines enabling the coding and billing departments to receive payments for their services. Research organizations use data to aid in experimental patient care and keep