Suicide By Cutting The Radial Artery Of The Wrist Essays and Term Papers

  • Brachial Plexus

    referred to as the "roots" of the plexus. The roots emerge from the transverse processes of the cervical vertebrae immediately posterior to the vertebral artery, which travels in a cephalocaudad direction through the transverse foramina. Each transverse process consists of a posterior and anterior tubercle...

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  • Upper Limbs and Thorax

    Insertion   Insertion of tendon of triceps is on superior surface of olecranon.  It is separated from articular capsule  by a bursa.  Nerve Supply  Radial nerve gives separate branches to the three heads.  Actions  Triceps is the main extensor of the elbow.  The long head supports the shoulder joint from below...

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  • Jhbjbjhbk

    BRANCHES: • ABC'S o Aortic arch gives off the Bracheiocephalic trunk, the left Common Carotid, and the left Subclavian artery • ORDER OF THINGS IN THIGH: "NAVEL" o Nerve, Artery, Vein, Empty space, Lymphatics Pterygoid muscles: function of lateral vs. medial: • "Look at how your jaw ends up when...

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  • Research on Suicide

    SUICIDE The act or an instance of taking one's own life voluntarily and intentionally especially by a person of years of discretion and of sound mind. Suicide may have psychological origins such as the difficulty of coping with depression or other mental disorders; it may be motivated by the desire...

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  • Electroic

    muscle flaps 5 Sural skin flap 8 Vascularised osteoperiosteal flap from the femur 10 Vascularised fibula transfer 11 Lateral brachial flap 14 Forearm radial flap 16 Posterior interosseous flap 18 Pronator quadratus muscle flap 20 4 Urological surgery Allotransplantation of the kidney 74 Surgery of renal...

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  • Anatomy at a Glance

    heart I, 18 8 The heart II, 22 9 The nerves of the thorax, 24 10 Surface anatomy of the thorax, 26 The abdomen and pelvis The abdominal wall, 28 The arteries of the abdomen, 31 The veins and lymphatics of the abdomen, 34 The peritoneum, 36 The upper gastrointestinal tract I, 38 The upper gastrointestinal...

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  • Exam chapter 15 Anatomy and Physiology

    ventricular relaxation. D. bulges into the left atrium during ventricular contraction. 13. The pain of angina pectoris comes from a blockage in an artery that supplies the A. left arm and shoulder. B. neck and jaw. C. heart. D. sternum. 14. Which of the following is true about the heart? A. The...

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  • hypertension

    Peri menopause. Resent STD’s/HIV test negative last test “10 years ago”. Sexually active monogamy relationship. Psychiatric: Denies thoughts of suicide or wanting to harm others. Immunization: Up to date with vaccination. Pt will provide immunization record during next visit. Childhood Illnesses:...

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  • Gross Anatomy study guide

    ○ ○ The Humerus Review Page 1 ○ ○        Capitulum □ Where the fovea and the head of the radius articulate Radial fossa □ Head of the radius lies in full flexion Trochlea □ T notch articulates on the ulna Coronoid fossa □ Coronoid process lies in full flexion ...

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  • comunication

     ANATOMY OF THE UPPER LIMB The upper limb will be described in three bony segments, with the wrist, elbow and shoulder joints described separately: The hand and wrist: 14 phalanges 5 metacarpal bones 8 carpal bones distal radius and ulna The forearm: radius and ulna The upper arm: humerus ...

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  • Biosats

    * Median nerve (med part) (arm) * Medial pectoral nerve > pectoralis minor * Medial cutaneous nerve (arm) * Posterior cord * Radial nerve (arm) * Axillary nerve (arm) * Thoracodorsal nerve > latissimus dorsi * Subscapular nerve > subscapularis and teres major...

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  • Nurse

    Care for fingernails/ toenails 7. Performing perineal care 8. Taking vital signs a. Taking axillary temperature by glass thermometer b. Measuring radial pulse c. Counting respiration d. Measuring blood pressure 9. Performing physical examination 10. Care for Nasal-gastric Tube a. Inserting a Nasal-Gastric...

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  • Depression in Teens

    specializes in psychology. She wrote an article along with Dr. Jennifer Resetar, who specializes in clinical psychology, called “Understanding Teen Cutting and Self-Injury.” They state in the article that “approximately one out of every eight people engages in some form of self-injury, and currently, it’s...

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  • Pain Management

    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 wrist and distal forearm Bier’s Block Contraindications • Uncooperative • Too...

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  • Final Practical Exam Review Guide

    – PSIS Hyoid Bone Occipital Bone Spinous Processes Transverse Processes T1 Thyroid cartilage Cricoid Cartilage Sternocleidomastoid Carotid Artery Lymph nodes Trapezius PROM, AROM, RROM Flexion Extension Lateral flexion Rotation Special Tests Upper quarter neurological testing (dermatomes...

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  • abdomen

    indicate? a. Damage to the Long Thoracic Nerve (or weakness to Serratus Ant.) 4. What muscles in the posterior forearm are innervated by the radial nerve? a. Anconeus, Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus (ECRL), Brachioradialis 5. How many synovial planar joints are there in the UE? a...

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  • Madness Maya Hornbacker

    “I study my handiwork. 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...

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  • Haemodynamic Monitoring

    adequacy of the ulnar and radial arteries and the patency of the deep palmar arch (Darovic 2002). As Mary is having her A line in her radial artery, the Allen’s test was carried out prior to Mary being anaesthetised. The anaesthetist using both thumbs will locate both the radial and ulnar pulse. Pressure...

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  • CASO FARMACIA

    hepatic arteries and the hepatosplenic into common hepatic and splenic artery. The inferior phrenic artery was arising from left gastric artery. The gastroduodenal artery divided into right gastroepiploic artery and a common trunk for right gastric and anterior superior pancreaticoduodenal artery. The posterior...

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  • Blood Gases

    by-product of that metabolism B. Why “arterial” blood gas sampling and not venous blood gas sampling? a. All arteries carry blood from a single anatomical part of the body, the cardiopulmonary system, this is oxygenated blood that...

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