• Nursing Care for Child
    temperature. • • • • • • How to take the patient's pulse The heart is a pump that pushes blood into the arteries. With each heartbeat, there is a pulsing pressure as the blood goes into the arteries. The pulse therefore reflects the heartbeat. A normal adult pulse usually is from 60 to 80 beats a minute...
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  • Methods 5 Orthos for Midterm
    Adson’s o Palpate radial pulse with arm hanging at side o Patient rotates and extends head to side of palpation, take a deep breath in ▪ Positive: decrease in strength of pulse ▪ Neurovascular compression – between middle and anterior scalenes ● Costoclavicular Test o Palpate radial pulse o Patient flexes head while doctor extends the shoulder ...
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  • Hand Therapy
    middle phalanx  Zone 2 extensor tendon injury, which results mallet finger deformity Dorsal digital nerves- arise from the superficial branch of the radial nerve and the dorsal branch of the ulnar nerves PALM Palmar interosseus( between the bones)  Abductor ( 2 heads- transverse and oblique head) ...
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  • Short Story
    ripped out, another was gravely injured by having his testicles ripped off and an artery in his leg severed by one of the subject's teeth. Another 5 of the soldiers lost their lives if you count ones that committed suicide in the weeks following the incident. In the struggle one of the four living subjects...
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  • Case Study of Rhonda Clark
    patients is: a) cardiovascular disease b) HIV-associated complications from repeated infusions of blood products c) infection d) neoplasia e) suicide 8. A 21 year old woman is referred for edema of the ankles that developed 3 weeks earlier. Physical examination shows moderate bilateral ankle...
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  • Shark Attack Marzano Activity
    Cardiovascular, Muscular, Skeletal, Nervous, and Integumentary 2. List the names of the specific structures that had to be reattached. The axillary arteries had to be reattached. Bicep and tricep muscle tissues and the humorous bone also had to be reattached. 3. What organ system was most likely not...
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  • Elbow Injuries Paper
    surface of the radius. The extensor carpi radialis brevis is most often the muscle involved in lateral epicondylitis and its action is to extend the wrist and aid extension of the elbow. It arises from the lateral epicondyle of the humerus and inserts on the third metacarpal of the hand. Lateral epicondylitis...
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  • Case Study
    triceps brachii(long head) and triceps brachii(lateral head) d. Cardiovascular- Blood vessels and arteries. The brachial and ulnar collateral arteries, the Axillary, brachial, basalic, Median cubital, radial blood vessels. 3. What organ system was most likely not reattached? Explain. The nervous system...
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  • Anatomy
    the course of development is the fetus most susceptible to teratogens? Weeks 3-8 Deoxygenated blood from the SVC is expelled into the pulmonary artery and ____ ____ to the lower body of the fetus. ductus arteriosus Do the cardiovascular structures arise from neural crest (ectoderm), mesoderm...
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  • Hypertension
    Oxygenated blood is carried away from the heart in large blood vessels known as arteries; they carry the blood to the bodies’ various tissues. The walls of an artery are thick and contain vast amounts of elastic (elastin) and fibrous (collagen) tissue; there is also a high amount of smooth muscle. This...
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  • snake
    organs. The Taoists also discovered that the Chi of the body can be measured. The Chi of all organs and channels can be measured on the radial artery of the wrists. This discovery resulted in Pulse Diagnosis. One of the main principles of acupuncture is the regulation of yin and yang. Acupuncture...
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  • Key Terms
    unable to exercise. A drug is given to make the heart respond as if the person were exercising. It is a way of helping the physician diagnose coronary artery disease. adenosine triphosphate (ATP) – chemical compound that provides energy for use by body cells. adenotonsillectomy – removal of the tonsils...
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  • shark attack
    the bone shortened? They had to add a plate so it had to be trimmed down for the pieces 6. Identify the movements associated with the arm, forearm, wrist, and fingers. Rotation, flexing, extension, hyperextension, proation, and supination. 7. Explain how the movements of the reattached arm might be...
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  • General Physical Survey
    85 (http://www.xenical.com.ph/bmi. html). Vital signs taken as follows: -Body temperature (axilla): 36.7 ºC -Pulse Rate: 78 beats per minute at radial -Respiratory Rate: 22 breaths per minute -Blood Pressure: 120/90 mmHg Head to Toe Assessment A. Head - Normocephalic (normal size of head in...
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  • Asdfghjkl
    specific form of arteriosclerosis in which an artery wall thickens as a result of the accumulation of fatty materials such as cholesterol and triglyceride. It is a syndrome affecting arterial blood vessels, a chronic inflammatory response in the walls of arteries, caused largely by the accumulation of macrophages...
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  • Cardiac Catheterization Cpt Procedure
    This test can measure blood pressure within the heart and how much oxygen is in the blood. Catheters are also used to inject dye into the coronary arteries. CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION CPT PROCEDURE A common medical diagnostic procedure used to examine the heart. This test can measure blood pressure within...
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  • Unit 5 P5&6
    Heart Rate/ Pulse The pulse can be taken on two pressure points. One on the neck this is called carotid artery, this sometimes quiet hard to find, so most people measure from the wrist, the Radial artery, with two fingers, as the thumb as a pulse but is uneven and can affect accuracy. A Adults range of...
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  • Circulatory System Lab Report
    around the body, it leaves the left ventricle of the Heart and travels to the Aorta (The largest artery in the Human body). The blood that leaves the Aorta is rich of oxygen then travels around the body in arteries, and to the organs. When the deoxygenated blood travels back to the lungs through a system of...
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  • Respertioy
    the patient’s face administering the aerosol medication. Blood gases are drawn from the wrist from the Radial artery. One would have the patient do a series of hand exercises to get the blood in the Radial artery oxygenated for testing purposes. One of the medical procedures I had heard respiratory...
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  • Healthcare Exam Study Notes
    plus information on the amount of blood being pumped from the left ventricle of the heart to the artery being assessed, as well as to the body tissues that the artery feeds. Pulse Sites Because arteries are located in many places in the body, there are many sites for assessing pulses. These sites are...
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