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Drugs Effects on Our Bodies

Drugs Effects on Our Bodies

Drugs Effects on Our Bodies. ‘ We are stewards of ourselves’. Solvents Alcohol Tobacco. - The effects of these on the health of the body. Aims – To have the information on:. Solvents. Affect behaviour Can damage the lungs, liver and brain. Alcohol. Has an effect on the nervous system

By morley
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Diving Medicine: An Overview

Diving Medicine: An Overview

Diving Medicine: An Overview. MAJ James Lynch, MD, MS U.S. Army Diving Medical Officer. Agenda. Barotrauma Decompression Sickness Flying After Diving Rebreathers. Barotrauma - Anatomy. Eustachian Tube Connects middle ear with nasopharynx

By mya
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2 pt

2 pt

TOBACCO. ALCOHOL. DRUG CLASSIFICATIONS. VOCAB. MISC. 1pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2pt. 2pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 5pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. Carcinogen in cigarettes. What is tar?. Smoke from tip of

By nen
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Lecture 17: Regulation of Proteins 4: Proteolytic Activation

Lecture 17: Regulation of Proteins 4: Proteolytic Activation

Lecture 17: Regulation of Proteins 4: Proteolytic Activation. Examples Activation of Digestive Enzymes Blood Clotting. Biological Processes are Carefully Regulated. Allosteric Control: The activity of some proteins can be controlled by modulating

By Mia_John
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Chemical Terrorism

Chemical Terrorism

Chemical Terrorism. Woodhall Stopford, MD, MSPH Community & Family Medicine Occupational & Environmental Medicine. GAO 1999. Chemical terrorism likely to be a crime of opportunity. The GAO notes that:

By arama
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Nicotine and Caffeine Chapter 12

Nicotine and Caffeine Chapter 12

Nicotine and Caffeine Chapter 12. Leaves of the Nicotiana tabacum plant. Nicotine. History. Nicotine. Routes of Administration Inhalation Chewing Snorting Transdermal. Nicotine. Metabolism of Nicotine liver converts nicotine into metabolites cotinine half life: 2 hrs

By gillian
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MOTION GRAPHICS

MOTION GRAPHICS

MOTION GRAPHICS. By Ugnius. Introduction.

By orrin
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Pulmonary Pathology

Pulmonary Pathology

Pulmonary Pathology. Aliya N. Husain, M.D. Definitions and Stains. Glossary of histologic terms Common histologic stains. Normal Lung. Gross Microscopic. Pediatric Lung Disease. Hyaline membrane disease Bronchopulmonary dysplasia Pulmonary Hypoplasia Cystic malformations.

By yardley
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Special Populations

Special Populations

Special Populations. Special Populations. Modifications in assessment and programming may be required for a client with a specific health status We will briefly address Children Pregnant women CHD (CAD) Hypertension Diabetes (metabolic syndrome) Disability.

By gareth
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2013 Physiology Exam 4 Review Dr. Dessem Respiration

2013 Physiology Exam 4 Review Dr. Dessem Respiration

2013 Physiology Exam 4 Review Dr. Dessem Respiration. 1. (former National Board Question) A marked fall from normal in the oxygen tension in arterial blood would stimulate the receptors in the: central nervous system chemoreceptors aortic arch and the carotid sinus

By rene
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Chapter 13 The Respiratory System Pathology

Chapter 13 The Respiratory System Pathology

Chapter 13 The Respiratory System Pathology. Rhinitis : inflammation of the nasal mucosa Caused by cold viruses and various allergens Excessive mucus produced results in nasal congestion and postnasal drip Nasal cavity infections often extend to nasolacrimal ducts and paranasal sinuses

By arin
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Respiratory failure

Respiratory failure

Respiratory failure. Is the failure of pulmonary gas exchange to maintain the normal arterial O2 and CO2 level. It is divided in to type I and II in relation to the presence or absence of hyper capnia ( Raised Pa CO2). 1- type I respiratory failure

By chaman
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Respiratory Failure and the Need for Mechanical Ventilation

Respiratory Failure and the Need for Mechanical Ventilation

Respiratory Failure and the Need for Mechanical Ventilation. RES 300 Winter 2011. What is Respiratory Failure?. Defined as the inability to maintain oxygen delivery to the tissues or adequate removal of carbon dioxide from the body. Criteria PaO 2 < 60 mm Hg and/or PaCO 2 > 45 mm Hg

By eve
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Sylvia L. Rivers Community Outreach Coordinator Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs

Sylvia L. Rivers Community Outreach Coordinator Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs

How Drugs and Alcohol Affect the Brain. Sylvia L. Rivers Community Outreach Coordinator Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs. MUSC Center for Drug & Alcohol Programs. “to combat alcohol and drug addiction through research, education, patient care and outreach”.

By cece
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The ABCs of Smoking HEALTH EDCO a division of WRS Group, Ltd

The ABCs of Smoking HEALTH EDCO a division of WRS Group, Ltd

The ABCs of Smoking HEALTH EDCO a division of WRS Group, Ltd. ASTHMA. Characterized by inflammation and constriction of the lungs’ main airways, an asthma attack may be triggered by smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke. Atherosclerosis.

By patsy
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SMOKING

SMOKING

SMOKING. Nooreeen. Constituents of cigarette smoke . Ciggarette smoke contains a powerful drug called nicotine. Nicotine is addictive. This is the reason why the people who smoke find it very difficulyt to give up

By whitley
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Identify the category of drugs will cause a person to be fidgety, jumpy, wide awake.

Identify the category of drugs will cause a person to be fidgety, jumpy, wide awake.

Identify the category of drugs will cause a person to be fidgety, jumpy, wide awake. Stimulants. This category of drugs slows down the CNS. Depressants. Identify the category of drug causes visual disturbances and sensory illusions. Hallucinogens.

By nicole
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Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia

Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia

Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia . John Salyer RRT-NPS, MBA, FAARC Director Respiratory Therapy Seattle Children’s Hospital and Research Institute. A Little History. Originally described by Northway in 1967 Report of a series of 32 patients in NEJM, average gestational age 32 weeks

By mendel
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Ventilation

Ventilation

Ventilation. Thorax. Thorax – Chest Thoracic Cavity Boundaries: ribs, spine, sternum and diaphram . contains: heart and lungs Pleural Membrane Lines the thoracic cavity and the lungs (slimy to prevent friction). Inhalation and Exhalation. Inhalation:

By jalila
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Practice Problems Acid-Base Imbalances interpretation of Arterial Blood Gases (ABG)

Practice Problems Acid-Base Imbalances interpretation of Arterial Blood Gases (ABG)

Practice Problems Acid-Base Imbalances interpretation of Arterial Blood Gases (ABG). Getting an arterial blood gas sample. Ulnar Artery. Radial Artery. Blood Gas Report Acid-Base Information pH PCO 2 HCO 3 [calculated vs measured] Oxygenation Information PO 2 [oxygen tension]

By gibson
(199 views)

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