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digestion & nutrition

digestion & nutrition

digestion & nutrition Chapter 36 outline Nutrition introduction Nutrition requirements Nutritional disorders Nutrition Required for homeostasis Provides energy for cellular work Provides materials body cannot manufacture- monomers, minerals, vitamins Heat for body temperature maintenance

By omer
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Assessment and Treatment of Addictive Behaviors Carl W. Lejuez, PhD

Assessment and Treatment of Addictive Behaviors Carl W. Lejuez, PhD

Assessment and Treatment of Addictive Behaviors Carl W. Lejuez, PhD Class #3 Assessment of Gambling and eating disorders Eating Disorders: Overview Eating controlled by factors including appetite, food, family, peer, and cultural practices, and attempts at voluntary control

By jaden
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Shock and Bleeding

Shock and Bleeding

Shock and Bleeding. Temple College EMS Professions. SHOCK. Inadequate perfusion (blood flow) leading to inadequate oxygen delivery to tissues. Physiology. Basic unit of life = cell Cells get energy needed to stay alive by reacting oxygen with fuel (usually glucose)

By Michelle
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Streptococcal Diseases

Streptococcal Diseases

Streptococcal Diseases. Streptococcus pyogenes. Streptococcus pyogenes Pyogenes means pus producing. One of the most important pathogens Gram positive cocci in chains Lancefield Serological Group A Beta Hemolytic on blood agar. Gram Stain of S. pyogenes. Hemolysis on Blood Agar Plates.

By adamdaniel
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Ch. 19-Acute Abdominal Distress and Related Emergencies

Ch. 19-Acute Abdominal Distress and Related Emergencies

Ch. 19-Acute Abdominal Distress and Related Emergencies. 19.1 Assessment. Determine whether the victim is restless or quiet, and whether movement causes pain. Look to see whether the abdomen is bloated (distended). Confirm the abnormal contour with the victim.

By agalia
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July 08 Safety Meeting

July 08 Safety Meeting

July 08 Safety Meeting. LtCol Larry Brockshus. Overview. July Sentinel Hydration Fireworks Safety Rental Car Mentality Core Values. Hydration. Old guide was 6-8 glasses of water per day New research suggest you should drink more Weight divided by 16

By luigi
(178 views)

ASSESSING AND MANAGING HYDRATION

ASSESSING AND MANAGING HYDRATION

ASSESSING AND MANAGING HYDRATION . Chapter 24. Veronica Lambert & Doris O’Toole. Introduction. This presentation will examine the signs and symptoms of dehydration, discuss methods of measuring fluid intake and output and suggest ways of managing dehydration.

By Mercy
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Parkinson’s Disease 		and Sleep Disorders

Parkinson’s Disease and Sleep Disorders

Parkinson’s Disease and Sleep Disorders. Juan A. Albino, MD, FCCP Village Sleep Lab 751-4955 August, 2007. Thank You !!!. Bill Gray, Parkinson’s Support Group Heather Ellington, Office Manager Normarie M. Albino, MD, President John Crawford, Technical Director

By gavril
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Case Study - Hantavirus

Case Study - Hantavirus

Case Study - Hantavirus. Group 6 Microbiology 401 Fall 2007 Chona Herrella, Saray Felix, Yanping Fan. 61 year old healthy male Patient resided in a house on four rural acres Two months prior to hospitalization, he cleaned a mouse nest from a wood pile

By bary
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20: Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies

20: Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies

20: Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies. Female Reproductive System. Three Stages of Labor. First stage Dilation of the cervix Second stage Expulsion of the infant Third stage Delivery of the placenta. Predelivery Emergencies. Preeclampsia

By belva
(390 views)

Wilderness First Aid

Wilderness First Aid

Wilderness First Aid. Basic Essentials. Hat Sunscreen Insect Repellant Boots Long pants (long sleeves) Rain gear Meat Tenderizer. Hydration. Did you know that if you're thirsty, you're already partially dehydrated? Drink to prevent thirst, not to quench it.

By bran
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Circulatory System

Circulatory System

Circulatory System. Heart Structure and Function. Our Goal This Section. Describe the parts of the heart and how they work together. Anatomy of the Heart. 4 chambers: 2 atria and 2 ventricles right side feeds the pulmonary circuit left side feeds the systemic circuit. Atria.

By brant
(134 views)

Diseases

Diseases

Diseases. Chapters 21-26. Microorganisms and human Disease. Things to cover Diseases of Skin and Eyes Diseases of the Nervous system Diseases of the Cardiovascular & Lymphatic System Diseases of the Respiratory System Diseases of the Digestive System. How I will tackle these.

By lala
(197 views)

Low Blood Pressure Feedback Loop

Low Blood Pressure Feedback Loop

Low Blood Pressure Feedback Loop. Kidneys are a part of this system as well…. If your blood pressure is too low… Blood pressure receptors in the juxtaglomerular apparatus detect low blood pressure (due to dehydration or massive blood loss). This is the monitor and the co-ordinating center.

By bowen
(576 views)

Unit 1.1Healthy and Active Lifestyles

Unit 1.1Healthy and Active Lifestyles

Unit 1.1Healthy and Active Lifestyles. The development of active leisure and recreation. Key terms Active vs sedentary Health & Fitness Recreation & Leisure Contemporary concerns Adaptations and responses. The development of active leisure and recreation. Requirements for participation

By adeline
(133 views)

The Cardiovascular System Dale Embleton

The Cardiovascular System Dale Embleton

THE BODY IN ACTION. The Cardiovascular System Dale Embleton. The cardiovascular system. What you need to learn … The structure of the cardiovascular system The blood The heart and valves The blood vessels The functions of the cardiovascular system Heart contraction Cardiac cycle

By gerry
(352 views)

Endocrine System Quiz Quiz # 2 Fall 2008

Endocrine System Quiz Quiz # 2 Fall 2008

Endocrine System Quiz Quiz # 2 Fall 2008. Circle the letter of each correct response. Question # 1. T4 is a _________ hormone. A) peptide B) steroid C) amine. Question # 2. Peptide hormones typically have their receptors located A) in the cell membrane of target cells

By azizi
(154 views)

24: Soft-Tissue Injuries

24: Soft-Tissue Injuries

24: Soft-Tissue Injuries. Cognitive Objectives (1 of 6). 5-2.1 State the major functions of the skin. 5-2.2 List the layers of the skin. 5-2.3 Establish the relationship between body substance isolation (BSI) and soft-tissue injuries. 5-2.4 List the types of closed soft-tissue injuries.

By fanchon
(238 views)

Best Anti-aging Foods

Best Anti-aging Foods

Best Anti-aging Foods. Group 6 Sonia, Amanda, Christine, Nancy, Edward, Rain, Lia. Best Anti-aging Foods.

By jamese
(232 views)

RICIN

RICIN

RICIN. Name 1 Name 2 Name 3 Name 4. What is a toxin?. Substance produced by an organism that has an adverse affect on other organisms. Any substance is capable of becoming a toxin under the right conditions and in the appropriate organism. Toxins can be produced for various reasons

By kerem
(37 views)

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