• Brachial Plexus
    syndrome! Surgery or anti-inflammatories may be required. NB!! NB for diagnosis the sensory loss will be on lateral palm and thumb, index, middle and half of ring finger!! Persons attempting suicide by cutting the wrist commonly cut the median nerve proximal to the carpal tunnel...
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  • Upper Limbs and Thorax
     avoid injury to the axillary nerve.  Radial  pulse:  The  radial  artery  is  used  for  feeling  the  (arterial)  pulse  at  the  wrist.  The  pulsation can be felt well in this situation because of the presence of the flat radius behind  the artery.  Ligaments of Cooper: Fibrous strands extending...
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  • Electroic
    of the wrist and forearm. Note the divisions of the sensory branch of the radial nerve. 24 Anatomy of the hand C Blood supply to the flexor tendons of the fingers. Note the small pedicles issuing from the collateral artery. They pass beneath the ‘check reins’ of the capsule of the PIP joint...
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  • Jhbjbjhbk
    Brachial artery Tendon of biceps Radial nerve Thyroids: relative sizes Thyroid looks like a bra (see picture). Breasts are bigger in women, so thyroid bigger in women. Pregnant women have biggest breasts of all, so they have the biggest thyroids. Navicular contacts 3 of 5 cuneiform bones "Navicular is...
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  • Research on Suicide
    suicide attempt, or trying out the weapon to ascertain its effectiveness, may first make shallow cuts, referred to as "hesitation wounds" or "tentative wounds" in the literature. They are often non-lethal, multiple parallel cuts. Wrist cutting Wrist cutting is sometimes practiced with the goal of...
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  • Anatomy at a Glance
    fingers extended. When the wrist is extended the fingers flex. the artery lies on the distal radius lateral to the tendon of flexor carpi radialis. This is where the radial pulse is best felt. • Branches: • Palmar and dorsal carpal branches are given off at the wrist. • A superficial palmar branch...
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  • hypertension
    , +2 popliteal, + 2dorsolis pedis and +2 posterial tibial. Edema: no edema noted Extremities: Upper: Muscles- Normal size Joints (including ROM): Interphalangeal- ROM Normal deformities Wrists- flexion = ~90°, = extention ~70° Elbows- flexion = ~160° Radial pulse- present normal...
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  • Exam chapter 15 Anatomy and Physiology
    vein. 59. When a person's pulse is taken by palpation near the thumb on the wrist, which artery is felt? A. Brachial artery B. Ulnar artery C. Radial artery D. Palmar arch arteries 60. Heart rate in a fetus is about ____, in a newborn about _____, and in an adult about ___. A. 145; 140; 70 B...
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  • Gross Anatomy study guide
    artery  Anastomosis with radial collateral  In hand  Superficial palmer branch  Deep Palmer branch ► Palmer arches • Hand and wrist ○ Flexor Assembly ○ Flexor tendons extend from muscles and travel through the carpal tunnel ○ Fan out to respective digits and become enclosed in a...
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  • Biosats
    carple tunnel deep finger flexors * Wrist and finger flexors * Skin on radial side palmar surface (thumb) Ulnar Nerve * (funny bone) * Follows median nerve, ulnar side of forearm on medial epicondyle * Wrist flexors and finger flexors and skin on ulnar side front and back...
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  • comunication
    end is expanded and is the widest portion. The lateral surface projects distally radial styloid process. The distal surface articulates with the scaphoid bone of the wrist. The medial surface articulates with the ulna. The shaft is long, narrow and is concave laterally. The proximal end consists...
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  • Pain Management
    •Rest •Immobilisation •Cold / Compression •Elevation Dressing Parenteral Pharmacological Non-parenteral Inhalational Blocks : RA, LA Scenario 1 Distal radial fracture Treatment - ? M&R Choice: Bier’s Block (Intravenous Regional Anaesthesia – IVRA) Suitable for any procedure inc. M&R on...
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  • Health Assessment
    self-harm or suicide Alcohol or drug use Memory, concentration and problem-solving issues Thoughts of Suicide: Ensure immediate safety Refer to emergency care provider Assessment teams have a wide variety or evidence based risk tools to use eg. Beck Suicide Scale. Warning Signs: Precise plan...
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  • Depression in Teens
    . Take a hypothetical situation: Freja is a beautiful 15-year-old girl, very normal, has loads of friends and lives a very privileged home-life. One day, her boyfriend breaks up with her because he is not “in love” with her. She gets very depressed about it and starts cutting her wrists. A few...
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  • Final Practical Exam Review Guide
    Thenar webspace Central compartment Hypothenar compartment Ulnar shaft Ulnar styloid process Ulnar collateral ligament Radial shaft Radial styloid process Lister’s tubercle Radial collateral ligament Carpals PROM, AROM, RROM Wrist flexion Wrist extension Radial deviation Ulnar...
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  • Madness Maya Hornbacker
    . Blood runs down my arm, wrapping around my wrists and dripping off my fingers…I been cutting for months” (Hornbacker, 2008, p. 233). While it is not stated, it is heavily implied that Mayra is cutting herself. She is abusing herself. This self-abuse is one of the many problems, alluded to...
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  • abdomen
    there in the UE? a. Four: Intercarpals, Intermetacarpals, ACJ, Carpometacarpals 6. What separates the Lateral and Medial heads of the triceps? a. Radial groove, Radial Nerve, Profunda Brachial Artery 7. Both the Brachialis and Biceps automatically fire during normal elbow...
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  • Nurse
    your first, index, and third finger over the client's radial artery on the inside of the wrist on the thumb side. 2) Apply only enough pressure to radial pulse       Rationale Handwashing prevents the spread of infection Organization facilitates accurate skill problems To confirm the...
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  • CASO FARMACIA
    branch of radial nerve is essential for the proper practice of surgery involving the hand and wrist. Objetive. Determine relationship between the superficial radial nerve and his branches with the radial styloid process level, Lister?s tubercle and the distribution of the radial nerve on the dorsal side...
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  • Gray's Anatomy
    radial artery therefore consists of three portions, one in the forearm, a second at the back of the wrist, and a third in the hand. Relations.—(a) In the forearm the artery extends from the neck of the radius to the forepart of the styloid process, being placed to the medial side of the body of the...
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