Medicine: Pediatric Growth and Development
...problems colic #59. what are some behaviors to watch in newborns - autonmy aggression temper tantrums toilet training feeding problems #60. what are some 5-11 yo things to keep in mind as normal - emerging indepe...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|111 views
Medicine: Intro to Cardiology
#1. what builds up in the coronary arteries during CAD - plaque #2. what is CHD - narrowing of small blood vessels that supply blood and oxygen to the heart #3. what is CHD also called - CAD #4. wh...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|51 views
Medicine: CHF Calli
#1. how many CHF patients are there in the US - 4.9 million #2. how many people over 75 are CHF patients - 10% #3. how many people from 45-54 are CHF patients - 1-2% #4. what is your risk of develo...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|20 views
Checkpoints for Single-leg Squat
#1. Checkpoint - Knee #2. Compensation - Move inward #3. Probable overactive muscles - adductor complex biceps femoris (short head) TFL Vastus lateralis
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|6 years ago|±0|36 views
Flexibility Training Concepts
#1. Flexibility - The normal extensibility of all soft tissues that allows the full range of motion of a joint #2. Extensibility - Capability to be elongated or stretched #3. Dynamic range of moti...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|6 years ago|±0|82 views
Medicine: Arterial Blood Gases
#1. what are the arterial blood gas factors - acid base balance oxygenation #2. how much does pH change for each neq of H+ - 0.01 #3. what is the normal pH range - 7.35-7.45 #4. what is the normal ...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|130 views
Cardiorespiratory Fitness Training
#2. Integrated cardiorespiratory training - Cardiorespiratory training programs that systematically progress...minutes) #5. Frequency (FITTE) - The number of training sessions in a given timeframe.. #6. General Aerobic...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|6 years ago|±0|33 views
Medicine: Emergency Medicine Overview of Patient Assessment
#1. what are the primary surveys in emergency medicine - airway breathing circulation disability extremity and exposure #2. what should be checked in airway evaluation - neck #3. what should be chec...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|82 views
Medicine: Pulmonary Physiology
#1. what is the primary function of lungs - provide arterialized blood to tissues #2. what is the oxygen count delivered to the RA called - mixed venous O2 #3. how is MVo2 arterialized (mechanism) ...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|56 views
Medicine: Colonic Diverticular Disease
#1. what is a diverticulum - saclike protrusion of the colonic wall #2. what is diverticulosis - presence of diverticula #3. what is diverticulitis - inflammation of diverticula #4. is diverticular...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|104 views
Medicine: ACLS Hemodynamics
#1. where can you put arterial lines (in order) - radial then femoral then brachial #2. what can arterial lines measure - sbp, map, dbp #3. what is the minimum MAP you shoudl see - 65 mm Hg (risks ...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|51 views
Balance Training Concepts
#1. Balance - When the body is in equilibrium and stationary, meaning no linear or angular movement Dependent on both internal and external factors to maintain the body's center of gravity o...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|6 years ago|±0|118 views
#1. what are the types of IBD - ulcerative colitis and crohns #2. what is the incidence of chrons vs. UC - 5-10/100K vs. 10-20/100K #3. what is the prevalence of crohn's vs. UC - 100-200/100K vs. 5...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|117 views
Medicine: Respiratory Failure
#1. what are two ways that respiratory failure can happen - lung failure and pump failure #2. what is lung failure - gas exchange failure #3. what is lung failure manifested by - hypoxemia #4. what...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|69 views