attachment course is designed to accomplish the following aims:
• To review essential ENT anatomy and physiology
• To demonstrate the use and application of basic equipments employed in ENT practice.
• To show and exercise methods in examining the ear, the nose, the throat, and the head and neck...
his work. He also acts a leader and an example to his co-policeman and to the community.
VIII. ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
The GI Tract
The GI Tract is a hollow tube that begins at the mouth and ends at the anus. About 7.5m long, it consists of smooth muscle alternating with blood vessels and...
(redder or darker) if not treated open blister (few days)
– deep hole in flesh
Leading Healthcare Providers Skillnet
• Ears and nose
– impairment of senses
• Eye care
– communication – cleansing of eyes
Leading Healthcare Providers Skillnet
Where do you get pressure sores...
, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Edition, 9, pg 164
How will the body try and repair the areas that have been burnt?
Our body can be repaired with the four stages of wound healing, haemostasis, the inflammation stage, the reconstruction stage and the maturation stage these stages begin with an...
effectively closure. The blink response is bilateral, eye balls are symmetrical, He can recognize objects within 12-14 inches away.
The color of the ear is also fairly dark, it is symmetrical and there is an absent of discharges.
The color of the client’s nose is also the same...
study, the student nurses should be able to:
a. Obtained Nursing Assessment of the patient which includes Personal History, Family Health History, History of Past and Present Illness, and Physical Examination of the patient.
b. Identified Anatomy and Physiology and the...
. frontal=forehead p. orbital=eye
q. otic=ear r. buccal=cheek
s. nasal=nose t. oral=mouth
u. mental=chin v. mammary=breast
w. umbilical=naval x. coxal=hip
y. inguinal=groin aa. pubic=pelvic
the lower leg fingers and toes thigh Lateral (outside) of the lower leg forehead big toe Term Inguinal Mammary Mental Nasal Oral Orbital Palmar Patellar Pedal Pelvic Pollex Pubic Sternal Tarsal Thoracic Umbilical Description groin breast chin nosemoutheye sockets palm of the hand kneecap foot...
be able to:
1. Define Endometriosis.
2. Explain the anatomy and physiology of the organ affected with endometrial cyst.
3. Discuss the pathophysiology of the disease and its etiology.
4. Enumerate the medications with its action and adverse effects.
depressed area of the abdominal wall near the thigh - inguinal
lower back between ribs and pelvis - lumbar
breast - mammary
chin - mental
nose - nasal
lower posterior region of head - occipital
mouth - oral
eye cavity - orbital
ear - otic
palm of hand - palmar
front of knee...
Lateral walls composed of superior, middle and inferior nasal conchae and corresponding meatuses
Floor of nose – maxillae and palatine bones
Functions of nose
Particle control - cleansing effect on inhaled air
Biological function– communication between the...
parts of the face especially on the sides of the nose and on the forehead.
Eyes and Vision
The eyes are symmetrical. Pupils are both reactive to light when subject to the penlight exposure.
The ears are both in line with the lateral canthus of the eyes. Small amount of yellow cerumen...
presenting symptoms and presenting locations. Presenting symptoms relate to the Step 3 Problem/Disease List and are associated with the central nervous system, eye/ear/nose/mouth/throat, respiratory system, circulatory system, digestive system, behavioral/emotional disorders, musculoskeletal system, skin...
palms facing forward.
22) Using the appropriate terms, describe the relative positions of 5 body parts (example: the nose is superior to the mouth)
The eyes are anterior to the brain.
The right lung and the right kidney are ipsilateral.
The neck is inferior to the head.
The nose is...
the structure and shape of the body and its parts and their relationships to one another
Gross anatomy: studying large, easily observerable structures
Microscopic anatomy: study of body structures that are too small to be seen with the naked eyePhysiology; the study of how the body and its parts...
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is designed to protect health care providers in health care settings from exposure to potentially infectious material. When providing care to patients, these products protect the skin and mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, and mouth from exposure...
Body Parts Normal Findings
Head Scalp Hair Face Eyes Visual Acuity Eyebrows Eyelashes Eyelids Pupil Iris EarsNose Septum Lips Gums Tongue Breast Chest and thorax Abdomen Skin Nails Upper Extremities Lower Extremities | -Proportional to the...