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|9 years ago|±0|69 views
Human Movement Science
#1. Biomechanics - The science cencerned with for internal and external forces acting on the human body and the effects produced by theses forces #2. Superior - positioned above a point of refer...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|7 years ago|±0|66 views
#1. What is the indication for a neonatal hip exam? - rule out developmental displacement of the hips septic arthritis and joint effusion proximal focal femoral deficiency #2. What makes up the hip...
Annabelle|8 years ago|±0|56 views
Basic Exercise Science - Endocrine System
...repair of tissue. Raised levels of testosterone are indicative of an anabolic (tissue building) training status. Estrogen has influence on fat deposition around the hips, buttocks and thighs #8. Cortisol...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|7 years ago|±0|45 views
...the role of breastfeeding support - positive media image breastfeeidng education during medical training family and societal support for breastfeeding breastfeeding as cultural norm #67. how would you...
jgaversa5|10 years ago|±0|64 views
#1. what do the ILDs affect primarily - lung parenchyma #2. what do the ILDs do specifically - reduce ability to transport O2 and CO2 across the alveolar membrane #3. are the ILDs more chronic or ac...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|28 views
Medicine: Intro to Pulmonary Disease
#1. what are some respiratory concerns in the young - congenital defects foreign bodies cystic fibrosis #2. what are some respiratory concerns in the eldlerly - bronchitis emphysema neoplasm #3. wha...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|38 views
Medicine: Bag Valve Mask Video
#1. who is indicated for bag valve mask breathing - pts with respiratory failure but breathing pts. with complete apnea general anasthesia, NM blocking agents, narc overdose, cerebrovascular accident...
jgaversa5|10 years ago|±0|20 views
Medicine: Cardiac Electrophysiology
#1. what is cardiac electrical activity determined by (driving force) - transmembrane potential #2. what is transmembrane potential - voltage/potential difference between intracellular and extracell...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|39 views
Medicine: Sutliffe H and P
#1. what are some things to consider when you see hemoptysis - MS and pulmonary edema #2. what is classic angina - substernal chest pain/discomfort provoked by exertion/emotional stress and relieved...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|14 views
Pronation Distortion Syndrome Summary
#1. Pronation Distortion Syndrome - Foot pronation (flat feet) and adducted/internally rotated knees (knock knees) #2. Short muscles(stronger) - Gastronemius Soleus Peroneals Adductors Illiotib...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|7 years ago|±0|108 views
Medicine: Sleep Disorders
#1. what is sleep like - active brain activity disengaged from the environment #2. how many people suffer from obstructive sleep apnea - 5-10% #3. waht types of waves does stage 1 sleep involve - t...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|45 views
Contrast, para, thora, amnio
#1. What does contrast Media consist of? - millions of little bubbles #2. How big are the bubbles created by the contrast agents? - 7 microns smaller that the Red Blood Cells #3. How does contrast ...
Annabelle|8 years ago|±0|62 views
Medicine: Strobel 3 V and A Arrythmias
#1. where are the sites where arrythmias can originate - SAN atria AVN ventricles #2. what are the arrythmias of the sinus node - ST SB Sarry Sarrest #3. what can cause bradycardia - increased vaga...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|28 views