Neurotransmitters in the CNS (Psychobiology)
#1. Acetylcholine - NT type: Cholinergic Location: ANS -Sympathetic/Parasympathetic presynaptic nerve terminals, PNS postsynaptic terminals. CNS: Cerebral cortex, hippocampus, limbic (em...
NalaS|4 years ago|±0|27 views
#1. Pharmacodynamics - Study of the action of drugs on living tissue #2. Pharmacokinetics - Study of the processes pf drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion. #3. Pharmacotherapeu...
Nadirah_RNstudent|5 years ago|±0|95 views
#1. Macule - A flat, circumscribed, discolored lesion ofany size. Freckles, nevi, measles #2. Patch - A flat, irregular lesion larger than a macule Vitiligo, port-wine stains, café au laits...
celsal|5 years ago|±0|77 views
Chapter 12 Process of Birth
#1. Transverse Lie #2. Longitudinal Lie
berlinland|7 years ago|±0|100 views
LAP Mental Health
#1. Ego - According to psychoanalytic theory, a component of one's personality that settles conflicts between the id and superego. #2. Superego - According to psychoanalytic theory, the part of th...
Alikaht|2 years ago|±0|16 views
#1. Bone injuries are repaired in stages - 1. Hematoma formation occurs when damaged vessels hemorrhage. Fibrin and platelets within the hematoma form a meshwork. Hematopoietic growth factors, suc...
celsal|5 years ago|±0|63 views
#1. Where do the lymphatic vessels collect fluids from? - the interstitium and return the fluids to the circulatory system #2. Heart rate is determined - by the SA node and by components of the auto...
celsal|5 years ago|±0|210 views
Patho Reproductive System
#1. The structure and function of both male and female reproductive systemes depend on interactions among the - central nervous system (hypothalamus) endocrine system (anterior pituitary) gona...
celsal|5 years ago|±0|89 views
nursing 2 exam 1
#1. 1. 2.5 liters to milliliters 2. 7.5 grams to milligrams 3. 10 milligrams to micrograms 4. 500 milligrams to grams 5. 7500 micrograms to milligrams 6. 2800 milliliters to liters 7. 165 pounds...
kyrasjade|4 years ago|±0|152 views
Introduction to Nursing Fundamentals
NCLEX style practice questions
Tish|3 years ago|±0|529 views
Range of Movement/ Cranial movement
#1. flexion - the bending movement of a joint knees, elbows, fingers, neck #2. extension - the straightening or unbending a joint knees, elbows, fingers, neck #3. dorsiflexion - flexion in ...
Akosua_Ruby|2 years ago|±0|16 views