1.3 Organization of the Brain
#1. what are the main functions of the Hindbrain? - controls balance motor coordination breathing digestion general arousal processes such as sleeping and waking "vital functioning" #2. wha...
Flostudy|6 weeks ago|±0|5 views
#1. What is the cut off measurement for the portal vein? - 13 mm #2. What is the meaurement of the aorta? - < 3 cm #3. What is the normal adult GB measurement? - 10-12 X 4 mm #4. What is the measur...
Annabelle|4 years ago|±0|120 views
Abdominal Notes 1
#1. When do the kidneys complete the journey from the pelvis to the abdomen? - 12-15 weeks #2. What causes Junctional parenchymal defect? - It results from incomplete embryonic fusion of renunculi. ...
Annabelle|5 years ago|±0|56 views
#1. The Main Nutrients - Carbohydrates/Cars Lipids/Laid Proteins/Preciously Vitamins/Viewing Minerals/Mountains #2. Sub Types Of Main Nutrients - Macronutrients/ Mack Micronutrient...
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#1. Flexion - Bending Knee “decreases angle between joint” #2. Extension - Straighten Knee “increases angle between joint” #3. Dorsiflexion - Walking on heels “bring foot close...
ebickley|4 years ago|+1|30 views
Mechanical Ventilation Chapter 17
#1. Define Valutrauma: - lung damage caused by excessive volume in the lungs #2. Define biotrauma: - Overdistention causing the release of inflammatory mediators from the lungs that can lead to mu...
Amanda_Nicole_Wiggins|1 year ago|±0|15 views
Mechanical Ventilation Review Chapter 16
#1. Five bodily functions that PPV can significantly alter: - Cardiovascular function Pulmonary function Neurological function Renal function Gastrointestinal function #2. The physiol...
Amanda_Nicole_Wiggins|1 year ago|±0|17 views
Cardio Pulmonary for Physical Therapy
#1. Which lung has the horizontal fissure as well as the oblique fissure? - R lung #2. What are the names of the outer and inner covering or lining of the lungs> - parietal pleura visceral pleura #...
jennkoot|3 years ago|±0|20 views
Psych exam II
#1. Somatoform DO: Malingering - Consciously & intentionally producing symptom for an obvious benefit. #2. Somatoform DO: Factitious DO - Deliberate fabrication of symptoms or self-inflicted injury ...
jenkarmata|6 years ago|+2|248 views