Causes, Effects, Complications, Technologies, and Prevention. Immobility Fall 2006 By: Lee Resurreccion. Definition: Immobility. Immobility refers to a reduction in the amount and control of movement a person has. By: Kozier, et. al. p. 847.By benjamin
Protein: Amino Acids. Copyright 2005 Wadsworth Group, a division of Thomson Learning. Proteins have an amino group, an acid, a hydrogen, carbon molecule and a carbon side chain. Protein means primary or first and are necessary for life. Amino means contains nitrogen (NH 2) .By ronia
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EDEMA. 60% of lean body weight = water (2/3) intracellular. (1/3)extracellular (interstitial fluid) 5% blood plasma. edema = an accumulation of interstitial fluid within tissues. Extravascular fluid collection in body cavities: pleural cavity ( hydrothorax )
Edema. Zhao Mingyao.ZZU. Nuo Ya square boat. Dayu. 1.Concept. A large amount of body fluid accumulates in the interstitial space (interstitial fluid↑). fluid. blood vessel. Cell. interstitial space. 60% of body weight). Edema.
Edema Diagnosis and Management AAFP, July 15, 2013 ,volume 88, number 2 presented by Dr. Anne Zbaracki. Edema. Accumulation of fluid in interstitial space due to capillary filtration exceeding lymph drainage. Edema.
Edema. Excess fluid in the tissues Intracellular Edema Extracellular Edema. Intracellular Edema . 1) Hyponatremia (2) Depression of the metabolic systems of the tissues (3) Lack of adequate nutrition to the cells
Edema. Increased water in brain parenchyma. . Types of Herniations. Subfalcine herniation (cingulate gyrus) Transtentorial Herniation (uncal gyral) Tonsillar Herniation. Mass Tumor Blood clot Abscess Local edema. S. T. Transtentorial Herniation [involve Uncal gyral].
EDEMA. Leyi Gu Renal Division, Renji Hospital. DEFINITION. Expansion of the interstitial （间质） fluid volume. Weight gain precedes overt edema Massive and generalized edema is called anasarca （全身性水肿） Pitting ( 压凹性 ) and non-pitting ( 非压凹性 ) edema. Schroth BE, JAAPA 2005 11. Edema.
EDEMA CENTRALE vs EDEMA PERIFERICO. Roma 26/05/2011 Dipartimento di Scienze Cardiovascolari, Respiratorie, Nefrologiche e Geriatriche Unità Operativa Complessa di Angiologia Carlo Iacoboni. O íδημα ( gonfiore ).
DISC EDEMA. Prof. Vasudev Anand Rao. UNILATERAL Papillitis Anterior Ischemic optic neuropathy Neuroretinitis Papillophlebitis Ischemic CRVO Anterior compressive optic neuropathies (orbital tumors) Infiltrative optic neuropathies Ocular hypotony Foster-Kennedy syndrome. BILATERAL