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|8 years ago|±0|39 views
Medicine: Strobel ACLS Rhythms
#1. what is the path of the cardiac conduction system - SA node to internodal atrial pathways to AV node to AV junction to AV node to Bundle of His to r and l bundle branch to purkinje fibers #2. whi...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|1,038 views
Medicine: Newborn Assessment
#1. how many infants are born each year in US - 4 million #2. how many newborns need resuscitation - 10% #3. what are the major physiological events at birth - lung expansion/cry umbilical cord cla...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|2,175 views
Clinical Medicine 216 - Female Pelvic Pain
#1. Patients with suspected gonorrhoea infection also should be treated for _________ infection. - Chlamydial #2. Patients with _________ genital lesions should be considered to have a sexually t...
Dizzy|2 years ago|±0|21 views
#1. describe asthma in terms of chronic/acute, episodic/constant - chronic INFLAMMATORY disease and epidsodic obstruction #2. what part of the body is hyper reactive in asthma - bronchi #3. what is ...
jgaversa5|8 years ago|±0|95 views
Medicine: General Pediatrics
#1. who is genreally the historian for children - parents #2. what are considered in addition to usual medical history - details of pregnancy/birth history developmental history immunization history...
jgaversa5|9 years ago|±0|909 views
Neuro: Peripheral NS
#1. What do the axons in the dorsal rami innervate? - paravertebral muscles and overlying skin #2. What do the axons in the ventral rami innervate? - skeletal, muscular, & cutaneous area of limbs an...
linda_michalek_7|7 years ago|±0|2 views
Neuro: Basal ganglia, cerebellum, & movement
#1. What do the basal ganglia and the cerebellum do? - adjust level of activity in descending tracts, control movement, but don't have direct connections with LMNs #2. What is the function of the bas...
linda_michalek_7|7 years ago|±0|3 views
Neuro: Autonomic Nervous System
#1. Function of the ANS? - It regulates Viscera, Vasculature, & Glands to maintain Homeostasis #2. What is known as "Master Controller of Homeostasis" - Hypothalamus #3. This Acts on pituitary and o...
linda_michalek_7|7 years ago|±0|4 views
Medicine and Law
#1. abandonment - withdrawing support or help despite allegiance or responsibility #2. act - a formal action of a legislative body; a desicion or determination of a sovereing state, a legislative co...
thebomb|10 years ago|±0|22 views
#1. Walderyer’s Ring - Lymphoid tissue of various pharyngeal subsites #2. What type of surgery is indicated for recurrent acute infection of obstructive hypertrophy? - Tonsillectomy and adenoidect...
Sharshaw05|8 months ago|±0|1 view
#1. What % of ovarian cancer is Serous Cystadenocarcinoma? - 60 - 80% ovarian cancer cases #2. most common ovarian neoplasm - dermoids AKA benign cystic terotoma #3. 60 - 80% ovarian cancer case...
Annabelle|7 years ago|±0|52 views
PTA 215 Cardio Pulmonary for PT
#1. By what number of gestational day is the 4 chambered beating heart developed by? - 50 #2. What are the two major differences in the structure and function of the prenatal heart - blood shun...
jennkoot|4 years ago|±0|58 views