• The Syllabus
    Acid-Base Balance (con’t) | CO-1 | PhysioEx Lab Manual:Exercise 10 (Acid/Base Balance) | Lab Exercise 10 Worksheet | 3 | Cells, Tissues, and the Integumentary System | CO-2 | Tortora Text:Chapter 3 (Cells)Chapter 4 (Tissues)Chapter 5 (The Integumentary System) | Week 3 ForumWeek 3 Tortora Quiz covering...
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  • Anatomy: Cell Transport Mechanism and Permeability
    Content Frame PhysioEx 9.0 PhysioEx 9.0 is easy-to-use laboratory simulation software that consists of 12 exercises containing 63 physiology lab activities. Exercise 1: Cell Transport Mechanisms and PermeabilityDownload the Exercise 1 Review Sheet:PDF Download Exercise 1 Review Sheet PDFRTF...
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  • Histology Review Supplement
    slides in this section are designed to provide a basic histology review related to topics introduced in the PhysioEx lab simulations and in your anatomy and physiology textbook. From the PhysioEx main menu, select Histology Tutorial. The opening screen should appear after a few seconds. The Sort by menu...
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  • Car-Phy
    PhysioEx: Cardiovascular Dynamics Refer to Using The A&P Place (p. 4) and General Information Concerning the Use of PhysioEx (p. 5). Physiology of Circulation Blood flows in the circulatory system because of pressure differences that exist in the system. The heart acts as the pump that exerts the force...
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  • Acid/Base Balance Worksheet
    Exercise 10: Acid/Base Balance Worksheet Respiratory Acidosis and Alkalosis Activity 1: Normal Breathing 1. At 20 seconds, pH = 7.4 2. At 40 seconds, pH = 7.4 3. At 60 seconds, pH = 7.4 4. Did the pH level of the blood change at all during normal breathing? If so, how? No 5. Was the pH...
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  • Physioex Chapter 1
    & BIO 135-01 BASIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY FALL 2013 INSTRUCTOR: Brenda Bennett, MS, MT ASCP) OFFICE: AS 107 PHONE: OFFICE: (270) 831-9714 E-MAIL: brenda.bennett@kctcs.edu COURSE DESCRIPTION: Basic Anatomy and Physiology is designed to provide knowledge of the...
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  • Cardio Physioex
    ____________________________________________________________ ________ Cardiovascular Physiology O B J E C T I V E S 1. To define autorhythmicity, sinoatrial node, pacemaker cells, and vagus nerves 2. To understand the effects of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems on heart rate 3. To understand the five phases of a...
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  • Mitchy
    of water output in urine. 7. Explain the importance of obligatory water losses. 8. Describe possible causes and consequences of dehydration, hypotonic hydration, and edema. Electrolyte Balance 9. Indicate routes of electrolyte entry and loss from the body. 10. Describe the importance...
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  • cyendend
    gas analysis ppt blood gas analysis calculator 검색결과 웹문서 Exercise 29B: Blood Analysis - Computer Simulation Flashcards ... www.easynotecards.com/notecard_set/81?list‎ 이 페이지 번역하기 Study Exercise 29B: Blood Analysis - Computer Simulation flashcards taken ... 11. SICKLE...
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  • Ch17 Blood
    Explain what goes wrong in each disorder. 7. List the classes, structural characteristics, and functions of leukocytes. 8. Describe how leukocytes are produced. 9. Give examples of leukocyte disorders, and explain what goes wrong in each disorder. 10. Describe the structure and function...
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  • Exercise 3
    and conduction velocity T he nervous system is responsible for most of the functions that characterize higher organisms, such as muscular movement, awareness, thought, learning, and memory. Neurons are the functional cellular units of the nervous system. They are “excitable” cells that communicate...
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  • Syllabus
    BIOL 2111 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab Spring Semester 2014- Sections: A, B (Mon), D, E (Tue), G, H (Wed) Instructor: Ms. Schmaeman Office: 301E Goodwyn Hall (no office hours, just drop by or email for appointment) Phone: 334-244-3988 (only available M-F 8-5pm- cannot get e-mails at home) ...
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  • Skeletal Muscle Physiology
    E X E R C I S E 2 Skeletal Muscle Physiology O B J E C T I V E S 1. To define these terms used in describing muscle physiology: multiple motor unit summation, maximal stimulus, treppe, wave summation, and tetanus. 2. To identify two ways that the mode of stimulation can affect...
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  • Adv. Ap
    ratio of PCV to Hb (a ratio of 3:1). Yes, the red blood cells of the male with polycythemia contain adequatelevels of hemoglobinmolecules. 386 PhysioExExercise 29 B  Yes, the female Olympic athlete has a normal ratio of PCV to Hb (a ratio of 3:1). Yes, the red blood cells of the female Olympic athlete...
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  • Study Guide
    Student Learning Outcomes 5 5. Scan Competencies 6 6. Learning Outcome Assessment 6 6. Punctuality of Work Presented 9 8. Attendance 8 9. Outcomes Inventory 9 10. Course Topics with Suggested Time Frames 10 11. Required Textbooks ...
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  • Exercise 2 Skeletal Muscle
    Section ________________ Microscopic Anatomy and Organization of Skeletal Muscle and Muscle Physiology Lab 9 Skeleton Muscle Physiology: Computer Simulation Exercise 16B - Page PEx-23 Activity Sheet Objectives: • Use a simulation of skeletal muscle...
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  • Pathophysiology of Acid Base Balance
    the ward or in critical care. Conditions such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (bronchitis or emphasaemia), diabetic ketoacidosis, renal disease or failure, any type of shock (sepsis, anaphylaxsis, neurogenic, cardiogenic, hypovolaemia), stress or anxiety which can lead to hyperventilation...
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  • Review
    Print Form E X E R C I S E 6 Frog Cardiovascular Physiology O B J E C T I V E S 1. To list the properties of cardiac muscle as automaticity and rhythmicity, and to define each. 2. To explain the statement, “Cardiac muscle has an intrinsic ability to beat.” 3. To compare...
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  • Syllabus
    ANTHROPOLOGY 316: Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Fall 2013 Lab L05-7052 Friday 12:35-2:35 AS 11 Lecturer: Kelli H. Tamvada, M.A. Contact Information: KTamvada@albany.edu Office location: AS 235 Office hours: Tuesdays 3:00-5:00, or by appointment Required Texts: Heisler, R. E., Hebert...
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  • Cardiovascular Review Supplement
    Cardiovascular Tissue Review From the PhysioEx main menu, select Histology Atlas. Click on the white Sort By drop-down menu and select Histology Review from the list. Refer to the slides in the Cardiovascular Tissue Slides folder as you complete this worksheet. Which component of the intercalated...
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