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Fever of Unknown Origin

Fever of Unknown Origin

Fever of Unknown Origin. Bryan Youree Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Objectives. Definition and pathophysiology of fever FUO: classifications and etiology Diagnostic workup of FUO Prognosis. Fever versus Hyperthermia.

By Audrey
(813 views)

Heat Stroke: Recognition and Treatment

Heat Stroke: Recognition and Treatment

Heat Stroke: Recognition and Treatment. Rodney S. Gonzalez, MD MAJ, MC, USA. Case 1. 25yo AD male Ranger Student (28Jul08) Arrived Ft. Drum, NY three days prior Day 0 – Fitness Test 4 mile mark noted to be fatigue and dizzy Individual sought cadre care Medic did rectal temp: 105.7

By betty_james
(692 views)

Bloodline: A Human Genetics Case

Bloodline: A Human Genetics Case

Bloodline: A Human Genetics Case. By Peggy Brickman University of Georgia. This case is based on the CBS show, Ghost Whisperer , Season 4, episode 5, “Bloodline.” Original Airdate: October 31, 2008. Opening Scene.

By Mia_John
(823 views)

Section 2 – Heat Stress and the Firefighter

Section 2 – Heat Stress and the Firefighter

Section 2 – Heat Stress and the Firefighter. After completing this section, the firefighter will be able to: Identify basic heat stress terms and concepts. Describe sources of heat exposure that affect firefighters. Understand the added impact of personal protective equipment on heat stress.

By libitha
(308 views)

MOPD Disaster Network

MOPD Disaster Network

MOPD Disaster Network. Quarterly Meeting: May 28th 2019 100 Gold St 2nd Floor, NY 10:00AM to 12:00PM. Agenda. Welcome : Eli Fresquez (MOPD ) Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies: Marcie Roth, CEO (Former Director, Office of Disability Integration & Coordination FEMA)

By Jims
(238 views)

Injuries & the Healing Process

Injuries & the Healing Process

Injuries & the Healing Process. Chapter 3. Objectives . Understand: Inflammation process in healing Treatment rationale of ice vs. heat Identify: Principles of physical rehabilitation and range of motion More common musculoskeletal disorders Athlete’s vital signs

By shamus
(371 views)

ACSM/DOD Roundtable: Heat Illness: Return to Duty/Return to Play

ACSM/DOD Roundtable: Heat Illness: Return to Duty/Return to Play

ACSM/DOD Roundtable: Heat Illness: Return to Duty/Return to Play. Francis G. O’Connor, MD, MPH Associate Professor of Military and Emergency Medicine Department of Military and Emergency Medicine Medical Director, Consortium for Health and Human Performance

By betty_james
(664 views)

Heat and Cold Related Injuries

Heat and Cold Related Injuries

Heat and Cold Related Injuries. Prevention and First Aid. Heat Related Difficulties. Heat Cramps Least severe of the three types of heat related difficulties Painful muscle spasms Usually occur in the legs and abdomen. Heat Related Difficulties. Heat Cramps

By torn
(335 views)

Blizzards & Extreme Heat and Cold

Blizzards & Extreme Heat and Cold

Blizzards & Extreme Heat and Cold. Project by: Tania Facchineri, Daniela Amato, Alyssa Faoro, & Brooke Pashley. Submitted to: Mr. Halpin Date: December, 13, 2002. What are blizzards and How do they form?.

By ashanti
(180 views)

18: Environmental Emergencies

18: Environmental Emergencies

18: Environmental Emergencies. Factors Affecting Exposure. Physical condition Age Nutrition and hydration Environmental conditions. Conduction Transfer of heat from body to colder object Convection Transfer of heat through circulating air Evaporation Cooling of body through sweating.

By adeola
(274 views)

Prevention of Ensuing Heat Stroke

Prevention of Ensuing Heat Stroke

Prevention of Ensuing Heat Stroke. Karen K. O’Brien, MD, FAAFP. Overview. Magnitude of the problem Primary Prevention Secondary Prevention Tertiary Prevention- treatment by nonmedical first responders is critical How do we apply this model to return to play/duty?.

By rusk
(295 views)

Chapter 5 Atmospheric Moisture

Chapter 5 Atmospheric Moisture

Chapter 5 Atmospheric Moisture. The process whereby molecules break free of liquid water is known as evaporation . The opposite process is condensation , wherein water vapor molecules become a liquid. The change of phase directly from ice to water vapor,

By blake
(151 views)

Who Are You? Case Studies in Human Identification

Who Are You? Case Studies in Human Identification

Who Are You? Case Studies in Human Identification. Dana Austin, PhD, DABFA Forensic Anthropologist Human Identification Lab Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s District. Human Id Laboratory. Director and Odontologist Roger Metcalf, D.D.S. Anthropologist Dana Austin, Ph.D.

By kinsey
(201 views)

Feeding Ruminants

Feeding Ruminants

Feeding Ruminants. By C. Kohn Dept of Agricultural Sciences, Waterford, WI. Ruminant Dietary Nutrition. The most important job of a farmer or a rancher is to adequately provide for the nutritional needs of their cattle.

By danae
(226 views)

Heat waves, drought, dust

Heat waves, drought, dust

Heat waves, drought, dust. Heat stress. Several thousand people die each year worldwide from heat stress. Most deaths in North America occur in inner cities in the southeastern US. Severe urban pollution may be a contributing factor. Heat waves and heat disorders.

By tamesis
(2 views)

Heat Emergencies

Heat Emergencies

Heat Emergencies. Chapter 193. Physiologic Response to Heat. Dilatation of the blood vessels (esp skin) Increased sweat production Decreased heat production Behavioral heat control Long-term: Acclimatization. Path to Heat Injury. Increased heat production

By terra
(453 views)

Susan Harwood Training Grant		800 626 4748 Safety and Health Training			130 Tower Lane Oil and Gas Industry			PO Box 661

Susan Harwood Training Grant 800 626 4748 Safety and Health Training 130 Tower Lane Oil and Gas Industry PO Box 661

Extension Service. Safety and Health Extension. Susan Harwood Training Grant 800 626 4748 Safety and Health Training 130 Tower Lane Oil and Gas Industry PO Box 6615 OSHA Region III Morgantown, WV 26506-6615 DE, MD, PA, VA, WV, DC wvusafetyandhealth.org. DISCLAIMER.

By cutler
(180 views)

Risk Management 		Department

Risk Management Department

Risk Management Department. Sun & Heat Safety April, 2008 . Sun and Heat Safety . Introduction

By awen
(79 views)

Injury Prevention and Treatment of Fitness Injuries Chapter 13

Injury Prevention and Treatment of Fitness Injuries Chapter 13

Injury Prevention and Treatment of Fitness Injuries Chapter 13. Heat Related Illnesses. Heat Cramps Characteristics Heat Exhaustion Characteristics Heat Stroke Characteristics. Prevention Of Heat Illnesses. Hydration (cooler fluids) Drinks with 8% sugar or less (colas have 10-12%)

By fadey
(234 views)

CLIMATE AND HEALTH

CLIMATE AND HEALTH

CLIMATE AND HEALTH. There is often confusion between climate and weather. CLIMATE: Climate is an average weather condition throughout a year at a place. OR. Climate refers to a weather pattern of a place over a long period, may be 30 years

By albert
(178 views)

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