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Please spare a minute You can save someone’s life by reading this !

Please spare a minute You can save someone’s life by reading this !

Slide 1 of 8. Please spare a minute You can save someone’s life by reading this !. Slide 2 of 8. I need blood ……….. Will you please donate some For me ?. Slide 3 of 8. I have your blood running in my veins !. Slide 4 of 8. Your gift of blood saved her life ………. Thank you !.

By PamelaLan
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Unit 5: Anatomy and physiology for health and social care

Unit 5: Anatomy and physiology for health and social care

OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in Health and Social Care. Introduction to. Unit 5: Anatomy and physiology for health and social care. Meet Mike. Mike likes to eat takeaways. He drinks 2 pints of alcohol each evening. He smokes 20 cigarettes a day. What’s happening to Mike’s body?.

By Gideon
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Blood groups and blood types

Blood groups and blood types

Blood groups and blood types. Physiology Lab-3 March,2016. PRINCIPLE. A  blood type  (also called a  blood group ) is a classification of blood based on the presence or absence of inherited antigenic substances on the surface of red blood cells (RBCs).

By ostinmannual
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Blood Composition and Function

Blood Composition and Function

CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. Blood Composition and Function. Dr. Vindya Rajakaruna MBBS (COLOMBO). What is Blood?. Blood is a connective tissue Its volume is 5-6 L in males and 4-5 L in females It is slightly alkaline, with a pH of ~ 7.4 Its color varies from bright to dark red

By Faraday
(565 views)

Blood System Overview

Blood System Overview

Blood and Lymphatic Systems PBP Summer 2017 Presented by Fabian Omenankiti fomenankiti@bison.howard . edu. Blood System Overview. Blood transports oxygen and nutrients to body cells Blood removes carbon dioxide and other waste products from body cells for elimination. Composition of Blood.

By JasminFlorian
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Cardiovascular Emergencies

Cardiovascular Emergencies

Cardiovascular Emergencies. Heart Attack. Blood supply to part of the heart muscle is reduced or stopped. Recognizing a heart attack Chest pressure, squeezing, or pain that lasts longer than a few minutes or goes away and comes back Pain spreading to shoulders, neck, jaw, or arms

By Audrey
(399 views)

Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Blood. Lecture Presentation. Betty McGuire Cornell University. Blood. Functions of blood Composition of blood Blood cell disorders Blood types Blood clotting. Functions of Blood. Transportation Protection Regulation pH Temperature. Composition of Blood. Plasma

By libitha
(702 views)

Nitrate, Nitrite = Nitrogen

Nitrate, Nitrite = Nitrogen

Nitrate, Nitrite = Nitrogen. Pollutant/Problem. The Environmental Protection Agency has set the Maximum Contaminant Level of nitrate as nitrogen (NO3-N) at 10 mg/L (or 10 parts per million) for the safety of drinking water. Causes: “Blue Baby Syndrome” (humans, infants)

By adamdaniel
(1694 views)

Circulatory System

Circulatory System

Circulatory System. Objectives. Explain the structure of the heart. Analyze the function of the heart. Analyze the circulation and the blood vessels. Discuss characteristics and treatment of common cardiac and circulatory disorders. Heart Anatomy. Circulatory system involves: Heart

By lotus
(707 views)

Forensic Science Lab Activity

Forensic Science Lab Activity

Bloodstains Part 2. Forensic Science Lab Activity. Bloodstains. Passive. Projected. Transfer. Transfer Bloodstain Patterns. A transfer bloodstain is created when a wet, bloody surface comes in contact with another surface.

By emily
(353 views)

Circulatory system

Circulatory system

Circulatory system. What are we going to learn ?. Heart Blood circulation Blood vessels Blood Blood groups. Acts like a pump of the circulatory system supplying blood to the whole body Located between the lungs a little to the left; size roughly equal to a fist

By Antony
(340 views)

Cardiovascular System

Cardiovascular System

Cardiovascular System. Lamon Willis. The Heart. The Heart. A fist-sized, cone-shaped muscle (the myocardium) that beats, on average, 80 times per minute . Divided into right and left sides by a muscular wall, the septum .

By Rita
(1227 views)

Chapter 21

Chapter 21

Chapter 21. The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Hemodynamics Lecture Outline. INTRODUCTION. One main focus of this chapter considers hemodynamics , the means by which blood flow is altered and distributed and by which blood pressure is regulated.

By Thomas
(515 views)

Kidney Health

Kidney Health

Kidney Health. Kidney Check - Manitoba. What are the Kidneys?. There are 2 kidneys one on either side of the spine The kidneys are just below the ribs The kidneys are shaped like kidney beans Each kidney is about the size of your clenched fist. Location of the kidneys?.

By Ava
(359 views)

The Circulatory System

The Circulatory System

The Circulatory System. Need stethoscopes and straws/plastecine. Activity 1. lay your hand (palm side up) on their desk and count how many times you can open and close their hand for one minute. Ready….set….go! Timer. Activity 2. Discussion:

By issac
(1288 views)

Problems with Circulation 2/25-2/27

Problems with Circulation 2/25-2/27

Problems with Circulation 2/25-2/27. 20 point quiz at end of class Wednesday: Bring scantron Content of these notes not on quiz What is the clinical significance of venous return? What are the structural features of arteries and veins?

By salena
(247 views)

Blood coagulation failure

Blood coagulation failure

Blood coagulation failure. Normal blood coagulation. - definition of Haemostasis the arrest of bleeding, preventing loss of blood from the blood vessels. - mechanism of coagulation . - fibrinolysis : dissolving of fibrin clot formation to maintain the patency of the circulation.

By liam
(690 views)

Cardiovascular System

Cardiovascular System

Cardiovascular System. The Cardiovascular System. Objectives. Objectives. After studying this chapter you will be able to:. Name the parts of the cardiovascular system and discuss the function of each part.

By Mercy
(516 views)

The Circulatory System

The Circulatory System

The Circulatory System. The Heart and Blood Vessels. What does the Circulatory System do for us?. It transports materials from one part of the body to another It’s kind of like a busy highway system!.

By MikeCarlo
(433 views)

Circulatory System 2 EQ

Circulatory System 2 EQ

Leaving Certificate Biology. Circulatory System 2 EQ. 15. €1,000,000. € 500,000. 14. 13. € 250,000. 12. € 125,000. 11. € 64,000. 10. € 32,000. 9. € 16,000. 8. € 8,000. 7. € 4,000. 6. € 2,000. € 1,000. 5. 4. € 500.

By adamdaniel
(199 views)

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