The Reproductive System. Reproduction is accomplished when the egg cell (female gamete) is fertilized by the sperm cell (male gamete). Female Combining Forms. Mamm/o mammogram Mast/o breast mastodynia.By ima
Chapter 12. Arousal-performance Relationship. Dan Landers & Shawn Arent. Chapter Topics. Understand arousal and its effects on performance Understand the influence of situation and individual factors on the arousal-performance relationshipBy imala
Respiratory Pharmacology Week 4. Receptors. Adrenergics : Beta 1 (heart, when stimulated cause contraction, increased HR)-- - Isoperternal , Epinephrine Beta 2 (lungs, when stimulated cause dilation)----Albuterol/ XopenexBy kesler
The Adrenal Glands. By: Jenny Desplat, Stephen Solinas, and Emila Danilowicz Per. 1. Endocrine System. Hormone control Growth Keeping blood normal Stress response Maintaining homeostasis Metabolism Sleep Mood Tissue function. Adrenal Glands. Location. Sits over the kidney.By early
Nursing Care of the Burned Client. Joyce M. Black, PhD, RN. A “minor” burn happens to someone else. Anonymous burn victim. How serious is the burn problem?. 1.4 million people seek care for burn injuries yearly 54,000 hospitalizations 5,000 deaths annually.By victoria-huber
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Nervous System Central Nervous System Peripheral Nervous System Brain / Spinal Cord Somatic NS / Autonomic NS Nerves to skeletal muscles Sympathetic NS Parasympathetic NS Nerve from the senses .
Dr. Makarchuk Iryna. Nervous tissue Nervous system. The nervous system enables the body to respond to continuous changes in its external and internal environment. It controls and integrates the functional activities of the organs and organ systems.
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM PERIPHERIC NERVOUS SYSTEM. CONTENT. INTRODUCTION NERVOUS SYSTEM CLASSIFICATIONS ELEMENTS OF NERVOUS SYSTEM TERMINOLOGY CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM MENINGES SPINAL CHORD CEREBELLUM BRAIN BRAIN STEM. LECTURE OBJECTIVES. Terminal Objective
Nervous System. By: Kreg Leytham. Neuron. Three types Sensory Interneuron's Motor Neurons. Nerves. Myelinated- Faster way to receive a signal Nonmyelinated- Slowest was to get the signal Up to 50 times faster. Reflex. Basic unit of movement.
Nervous System. Temple College EMS Professions. Nervous System Components. Central Nervous System Brain Spinal Cord Peripheral Nervous System Motor nerves Sensory nerves. Brain. Body’s controlling organ Responsible for organizing functions of other body organ systems. Brain.
NERVOUS SYSTEM. PRESENTED BY; The M.P.U.Hr.Sec.School B.Sathish Kumar G. Uma Shankar B. Santhosh Krishna S.Suresh Babu K.S.Gowri Shankar GUIDED BY M . Nirmala. INTRODUCTION
NERVOUS SYSTEM. FUNCTIONS. TO DETECT CHANGES AND FEEL SENSATIONS TO INITIATE APPROPRIATE RESPONSES TO CHANGE TO ORGANIZE INFORMATION FOR IMMEDIATE USE AND TO STORE IT FOR FUTURE USE. DIVISIONS OF THE NS. CNS INCLUDES BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD PNS
Nervous System. Neurophysiology. Neurophysiology. Neurons are highly irritable Action potentials, or nerve impulses, are: Electrical impulses carried along the length of axons Always the same regardless of stimulus The underlying functional feature of the nervous system.
Nervous System. Main PartsBrainSpinal cordNerves. The nervous system regulates and coordinates the activities of all of the other body systems. It makes it possible for the body to adjust to changes that happen within itself or with surroundings. . Nervous System Functions. Your brain uses infor
Nervous System. 68 points total 20 anatomy lab practical (some sheep eye so be prepared!) 25 M/C on Scantron—bring #2 pencil! 23 pts short answer. Test Review. Multiple choice. 25 pts on scantron sheet. Neurons.