Sputum Bowl 2019 acute/critical Care
#1. Hypertension may lead to what kind of failure? - Congenital Heart Failure #2. When severe alveolar hyperinflation is present - what does it do to the diaphragm? - The diaphragm becomes low and...
Sam_HofstetterZimmer|10 months ago|±0|5 views
Critical Care Nursing
#1. Decorticate posturing - signals damage in cerebral hemisphere "into the core" #2. Decerebrate posturing - away from the body or extension, signals damage in midbrain or pons. #3. pronator drift...
erinkcava|3 years ago|±0|16 views
#1. CKMB - elevations indicate myocardial muscle injury CKMB= 0% of total CK CK: Females: 30-135 Males: 55-170 #2. Total Lipids - Elevation= increased risk for CAD normal range: 400-1000mg/dL #3....
snorris|1 year ago|±0|5 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|7 years ago|±0|77 views
Medicine: Dr. Watters Final Thoughts
#1. what is so concerning about bilateral skipped facets - universally complete ligamentous disruption #2. what is concerning about unilateral facet skips - risk of twisting #3. what is a jefferson ...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|33 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|7 years ago|±0|27 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|7 years ago|±0|35 views
Medicine: EM Chest Trauma
#1. what is always the first step when a chest trauma patient comes in - warn people who need to know get blood gest chest tube and dressing oxygen, monitor, suction, trauma room #2. after patient ar...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|41 views
Medicine: PC Disease Calli
#1. what is the visceral pericardiul - single layer of cells next to the myocardium #2. what is the parietal pericardium - 2 mm thick sac around the heart #3. what are the physiologic concepts impor...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|19 views
Medicine: Lung Neoplasms
...inceidentally #37. which group of lung cancers (how they are found) presents the best chance of surgical care - asymptomatic incidental findinds #38. how many who present symptomatically have distal metastasis...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|29 views
Medicine: Pleural Diseases/Effusions
#1. what is the pleura - lining of the lung #2. where is the visceral pleura - around the lung #3. what lines the chest cavity - parietal pleura #4. what is the pleural space between - visceral an...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|49 views
Medicine: Calli CM
#1. what were the discussed genetic CMs - HCM and ARVC/D #2. what were the discussed mixed CMs - DCM RCM #3. what is DCM - condition of ventricular remodeling and usually dilation with asymmetry of...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|11 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|7 years ago|±0|11 views
Medicine: Sutliff CP
#1. how long does angina pectoris last - 2-30 minutes #2. what will PCitis be like - sharp with pain releif when sitting up pleuritic pain #3. what will MVP pain be like - sharp/stabbing/breif #4. ...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|10 views