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Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Function of the Respiratory System. Move oxygen from outside into the body to help carry out cellular respiration. Remove CO2 and H2O, by-products of cellular respiration, from the body. What is Cellular Respiration?.

By albert
(329 views)

THORAX ASSESSMENT

THORAX ASSESSMENT

THORAX ASSESSMENT. Basic Anatomy and Physiology of the Thorax Systems. UNDERSTAND. DESCRIBE. Proper Assessment Techniques. DEMONSTRATE. Findings. LANDMARKS : Suprasternal notch Midsternal line Midclavicular lines Axillary lines Spine. EXTERNAL STRUCTURES. STRUCTURES :

By erika
(608 views)

Mammals

Mammals

Mammals. It’s all about hair and milk. Traits. Hair Endotherm (high metabolism) Nurse offspring Single jaw bone 3 middle ear bones. Mammals have Hair. Hair is unique to mammals Evolved from scales Provide insulation and waterproofing Some change color for camouflage

By MartaAdara
(415 views)

Neck and Bucal Cavity

Neck and Bucal Cavity

Neck and Bucal Cavity. The Lymphatic System. Many different organs and systems work together in an effort to keep us alive and healthy. In this ongoing struggle, the lymphatic system plays a central role.

By adamdaniel
(207 views)

Plants Used for Respiratory Problems - II

Plants Used for Respiratory Problems - II

Plants Used for Respiratory Problems - II . Theophylline. Two types of bronchodilators. Adrenergic agents Increase the volume and diameter of bronchial smooth muscles by relaxing them Include norepinephrine, epinephrine, and ephedrine Theophylline drugs

By liam
(206 views)

Upper GI

Upper GI

Upper GI. NFSC 370 - Clinical Nutrition McCafferty. Anatomy: Review. Mouth Salivary glands Food chewed and mixed w/saliva. Bolus is moved toward pharynx and swallowing is stimulated Esophagus: Extends from pharynx to stomach Protected by mucus Empty and collapsed at rest.

By Pat_Xavi
(264 views)

Biology

Biology

Biology. 31-1 Reptiles. What Is a Reptile?. What are the characteristics of reptiles?. What Is a Reptile?. What Is a Reptile? A reptile is a vertebrate that has dry, scaly skin, lungs, and terrestrial eggs with several membranes.

By jacob
(215 views)

Lab Activity 5

Lab Activity 5

Lab Activity 5. The Integumentary System Martini Chapter 5. Portland Community College BI 231. Skin. Epidermis: Superficial layer Made of stratified squamous keratinized epithelium 4-5 Layers Dermis: Underlying connective tissue layer 2 Layers

By diza
(383 views)

Hunting – Care of Harvested Game

Hunting – Care of Harvested Game

Hunting – Care of Harvested Game. By: Brandy Porter & David Ridley. Provided by Dr. James Corbett, Agriculture Teacher, Lowndes Co. High School Modified by Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office To accompany Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Lesson 03452-4 July 2002.

By jana
(171 views)

Chapter 23 The Respiratory System

Chapter 23 The Respiratory System

Chapter 23 The Respiratory System. Cells continually use O2 & release CO2 Respiratory system designed for gas exchange Cardiovascular system transports gases in blood Failure of either system rapid cell death from O2 starvation. Respiratory System Anatomy. Nose Pharynx = throat

By john
(499 views)

Learning to Swim presented by Leslie Newman

Learning to Swim presented by Leslie Newman

Learning to Swim presented by Leslie Newman. A comprehensive guide to teaching,beginners how to swim. Water Safety Confidence Buoyancy Gliding Propulsion Submerging and Diving. Underwater Swimming Breath-control Jump Turning and Changing Direction. An Overview. Water Safety.

By bebe
(163 views)

Chapter 23 The Respiratory System

Chapter 23 The Respiratory System

Chapter 23 The Respiratory System. Cells continually use O2 & release CO2 Respiratory system designed for gas exchange Cardiovascular system transports gases in blood Failure of either system rapid cell death from O2 starvation. Respiratory System Anatomy. Nose Pharynx = throat

By urbain
(1997 views)

LYMPHOMA

LYMPHOMA

LYMPHOMA. Dr Bruce Covell. Each year in the UK about about 1500 people develop Hodgkin's disease, usually between 15-25 years of age. It can also develop later in life in people over 60. In younger people the numbers of men to women are about the same but overall Hodgkin's affects more men.

By cathal
(236 views)

Introductory Chemistry , 2 nd Edition Nivaldo Tro

Introductory Chemistry , 2 nd Edition Nivaldo Tro

Introductory Chemistry , 2 nd Edition Nivaldo Tro. Chapter 11 Gases. Roy Kennedy Massachusetts Bay Community College Wellesley Hills, MA. 2006, Prentice Hall. 11.2 Kinetic Molecular Theory. Properties. Indefinite Volume Indefinite Shape Rapidly moving particles that do not interact.

By niveditha
(291 views)

Airway Management, Ventilation, Oxygen Therapy

Airway Management, Ventilation, Oxygen Therapy

Airway Management, Ventilation, Oxygen Therapy. Respiratory Anatomy. Nose and mouth (warms, moistens, and filters air). Pharynx Oropharynx Nasopharynx Epiglottis Trachea (windpipe). Respiratory Anatomy. Cricoid cartilage (adams apple). Larynx (voice box). Bronchi Lungs

By ova
(632 views)

Rope Rescue

Rope Rescue

Rope Rescue. Presented by WPAFB FD. Objectives. Demonstrate the following: Knowledge of rope types & strengths Tying basic knots Knowledge of rope software & hardware Knowledge and use of anchoring points Constructing mechanical advantage systems Basket operations. References.

By bob
(314 views)

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System . GCSE . Learning Outcomes . By the end of today’s lesson you should: Be aware of what respiration is and its components Be aware of the process involved when we inhale (breathe in) and exhale (breathe out).

By haley
(206 views)

Seat Belts

Seat Belts

Seat Belts. Double click in picture box to run video. Click to advance presentation. Statistics. 40% of the Sailors and Marines in cars and light trucks who died in accidents in FY07 were not wearing seat belts.

By misu
(299 views)

F211 Exchange and Transport Lungs

F211 Exchange and Transport Lungs

F211 Exchange and Transport Lungs. What do animals need to gain from their environment to stay alive? How do these substances get to cells? What do plants need to gain from their environment to stay alive? How do these substances get to cells?

By elie
(196 views)

ANATOMY OF PLEURA

ANATOMY OF PLEURA

ANATOMY OF PLEURA. Dr. Mujahid Khan. Location. The pleurae and lungs lie on either side of the mediastinum within the chest cavity Each pleura has two parts: Parietal layer Visceral layer. Parietal Layer. It lines the thoracic wall

By hayes
(995 views)

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