Nursing management of patients with hematologic dysfunction. Nursing 210 Fluid and Cells. Laurie Brown RN, MSN, MPA-HA, CCRN. Development of Blood Cells. Hemoglobin and Hematacrit. Hb: Women: 12-16 Men: 13.5-18. Hct: Women: 38-47% Men: 40-54%. Complete Blood Count.By sigourney
Spinal C ord Injury Herniated Disc Spinal Cord Tumors. Pathophysiology Normal Spinal Cord. Spinal cord begins at the foramen magnum in the cranium Cord ends at the L1-L2 vertebra level Spinal nerves continue to the last sacral vertebra The Human Spine. Spinal Cord.By ely
Prevalence and Associated Factors of Low Bone Mineral Density in a Large Cohort of HIV Infected Patients. A. Bonjoch 1 , M. Figueras 2 , J. Puig 1 , C. Estany 1 , N. Pérez-Álvarez 2 , B. Clotet 3 , E. Negredo 1By keon
Patient Safety, Comfort, & Mobility. NEO 111 Melanie Jorgenson, RN, BSN. Safety. Primary Causes of Falls. Change in balance or gait disturbance Muscle weakness Dizziness, syncope, and vertigo Cardiovascular changes Vision changes Physical environment Acute illness Neurologic diseaseBy paloma
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Demineralization and remineralization processes in enamel. Prof. d-r R. Kabaktchieva - 2014. In 1890 W. D. Miller , an American dentist teaching in Germany , published his chemico - parasitic theory of caries
BONE FUNCTIONS. support - attaches to most skeletal musclesmovement - needs articulationsprotection - brain, heart, lungs, blood forming tissue, bladdermineral reserve - Ca, P, Na, Kblood cell productionred marrowstorage of energyyellow marrow. BONE FUNCTIONS. acid-base balanceabsorb or r
Bone . Bone . Organic matrix( 35%)- cells & proteinaceous osteoid Inorganic elements( 65%)-calcium hydroxyapatite , 99% of body’s ca- 85% of P- 65% of Na and Mg Remodeling: constant breakdown & renewal which the net effects may be bone maintenance, bone loss or bone deposition.
Bone and Bone Precursors. The skeleton. Mineralized connective tissue Ligaments connecting bone to bone holds some organs in place Tendons Extension of muscle and bone. Flow chart for histogenesis of skeletal tissues. Cartilage. Dentin. Bone. Enamel. Chondroblast. Odontoblast.
Bone & Bone Formation. Written by : RAYAN S. ALBALLAA Histology team, Group A. Edited by: Albara Marwa Histology team, Group A. Components of Bones :. Bone Cells. Calcified Matrix. Periosteum (the outer covering). Endosteum (the inner layer facing the Marrow Cavity).
Bone and alveolar bone. Periodontium (cont.). Dr Jamal Naim PhD in Orthodontics. Functions of bone. Support and protect the skeletal functions. Bone stores minerals, especially calcium and phosphorous, which are mobilized according to the body needs. Bone protects the internal organs.
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Bone. Prepared by Dr.Salah Mohammad Fateh MBChB,DMRD,FIBMS(radiology). Lecture no. 1. Vertebral column. Lecture no. 1. Radiological approach to Bone diseases. Prepared by Dr.Salah Mhamad Fateh MBChB,DMRD,FIBMS(radiology). Imaging techniques;. X-ray Isotope US CT MRI.