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Hunterdon Central 8th Grade Orientation

Hunterdon Central 8th Grade Orientation

Hunterdon Central 8th Grade Orientation. Fall (Home Logic) Cheerleading Cross-Country (B/G) Field Hockey Football Gymnastics (G) Soccer (B/G) Tennis (G) Volleyball (G). Winter (HL) Cheerleading Basketball (B/G) Bowling (B/G) Fencing (B/G) Ice Hockey Swimming (B/G)

By KeelyKia
(565 views)

Baby Walker Safety Awareness Training

Baby Walker Safety Awareness Training

Baby Walker Safety Awareness Training. Introduction Section 1 – the issues surrounding baby walkers. Section 2 – advising parents and carers. Section 3 – offering alternatives to baby walkers. Section 4 - what about a ban? Section 5 – will my advice make any difference?.

By ivanbritt
(599 views)

Behavioral emergencies

Behavioral emergencies

Behavioral emergencies. be careful!. Possible Causes. Alcohol & drugs Head injury Metabolic disorders (diabetes, renal) Neurological Psychiatric illness Stress response. Managing a Disruptive Situation. protect self and others be prepared to spend extra time have a plan of action

By johana
(262 views)

AGENDA

AGENDA

2016-17 State Wrestling Rules Interpreters Meetings Duane Morgan Contact Information 831 595-4338-cell 408 224-2994-office dmorgan@cifccs.org. AGENDA. CIF Concussion Rules/Resources Skin /Grooming Protocols Pre-Season Guide State Meet Applications New Rules & Interpretations

By albert
(384 views)

Dementia: from prevention to cure

Dementia: from prevention to cure

Dementia: from prevention to cure. Christopher Patterson McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario Canada. Objectives. Define dementia Describe epidemiology of dementia in India Distinguish the common types of dementia Describe “standard” investigation of suspected dementia

By oshin
(457 views)

Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Injuries to the Head, Neck, and Face. Injuries to Head, Neck, and Face. Concussions , neck sprains and strains , skull or neck fractures , facial lacerations (cuts) , vision or hearing loss are only a few of the traumatic injuries that can affect the head, neck, and face.

By adamdaniel
(450 views)

SHOCK IN CHILDREN

SHOCK IN CHILDREN

SHOCK IN CHILDREN. Definition. Circulatory system failure to supply oxygen and nutrients to meet cellular metabolic demands. Other Definitions. Blood Pressure BP = CO x SVR Cardiac Output CO = SV X HR Vascular Tone (SVR) Regulated by several mechanisms. Oxygen Delivery.

By oshin
(680 views)

Neurological emergencies

Neurological emergencies

Neurological emergencies. Head injury. 32 year old man Assaulted Unconscious Management?. Image  Kathy Mak. Neurological injury. Primary injury Secondary injury. Secondary brain injury. Inadequate cerebral oxygen delivery Systemic Shock Respiratory failure Intracranial

By Anita
(306 views)

Pathophysiology of brain injury

Pathophysiology of brain injury

Pathophysiology of brain injury. F. Della Corte – C. Maestrone Intensive Care Unit – University of Novara -School of Medicine. Objectives. -To describe which are the common pathophysiological features shared by head injury and stroke -To define the mechanisms of hypoxic-ischaemic

By mizell
(434 views)

Capnography

Capnography

Capnography. Riding the wave of ventilation. “Technology, you can either embrace it or run from it…”. The Science. ETCO 2 Monitoring. Review of Pulmonary Anatomy & Physiology The primary function of the respiratory system is to exchange carbon dioxide for oxygen.

By makan
(319 views)

Shock

Shock

Shock . Jennifer L. Doherty, MS, LAT, ATC Management of Medical Emergencies. Overview. Shock occurs when a diminished amount of blood is available to the circulatory system The vascular system fails to hold the fluid portion of the blood

By gavivi
(697 views)

Traumatic Brain Injury(TBI)

Traumatic Brain Injury(TBI)

Traumatic Brain Injury(TBI). MONA ELSAYED, MD, MSc Clinical Assistant P rofessor O f Neurology and Epilepsy Comprehensive Epilepsy Center Neurology department Wayne state university(SOM)-DMC. Objectives. Definition and Types of TBI.

By hien
(587 views)

The Patient With An Altered Mental Status

The Patient With An Altered Mental Status

The Patient With An Altered Mental Status. ECRN Mod IV 2009 CE Advocate Condell Medical Center. Objectives by Jeremy Lockwood FFPM Mundelein Fire Department Prepared by Sharon Hopkins, RN, BSN, EMT-P. Objectives. Upon successful completion of this module, the ECRN will be able to:

By zhen
(914 views)

SPM 200 Clinical Skills Lab 8

SPM 200 Clinical Skills Lab 8

SPM 200 Clinical Skills Lab 8. Basic Trauma Life Support and Trauma Resuscitation Daryl P. Lofaso, M.Ed, RRT. Trauma. Trauma remains the leading cause of death in the first four decades of life (ages 1 - 44) 150,000 deaths annually in the US Disabilities dwarfs mortality by 3 to 1

By sebastien
(163 views)

Procedural Sedation in the Pre-Hospital Setting

Procedural Sedation in the Pre-Hospital Setting

Procedural Sedation in the Pre-Hospital Setting. Antoinette Eng, MD Albany Medical Center December 20, 2006. EMS Procedural Sedation: Overview. Definition Indications Medications Recent Research Summary. Sedation. Controlled reduction of environmental awareness. Sedation. Dynamic.

By kina
(270 views)

Traumatic Brain Injury Classification

Traumatic Brain Injury Classification

Traumatic Brain Injury Classification. Limor Aharonson-Daniel, PhD. For International Collaborative Effort on Injury Statistics, Washington DC, September 7-8, 2006. Israel national center for trauma and emergency medicine research

By mika
(210 views)

Nervous system

Nervous system

Nervous system. Learning outcomes Discuss the physiology and pathophysiology of the nervous system Use GCS to assess the neurological status. Head injuries in UK. Approx 1m people sustain a head injury every year 90% are minor injuries 10% need hospital admission

By noelani
(195 views)

Early Identification of Those With Dual Sensory Impairments of Vision and Hearing

Early Identification of Those With Dual Sensory Impairments of Vision and Hearing

Early Identification of Those With Dual Sensory Impairments of Vision and Hearing. (a.k.a. Deaf-Blindness) Dr. Sarah Cawthon, M.D. What is Deaf-Blindness ?.

By phila
(171 views)

Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Injuries to the Head, Neck, and Face. Injuries to Head, Neck, and Face. Concussions , neck sprains and strains , skull or neck fractures , facial lacerations (cuts) , vision or hearing loss are only a few of the traumatic injuries that can affect the head, neck, and face.

By rasul
(112 views)

NUR 103 Health Assessment

NUR 103 Health Assessment

NUR 103 Health Assessment. Module D: Physical Assessment of the H ead, E yes, E ars, N ose, and T hroat ( HEENT ). Physical Assessment of the Head and Neck Interview Data (Subjective ). History of: Headaches Head injury Dizziness Neck pain Lumps or swelling Head or neck surgery.

By arwen
(444 views)

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