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CHAMP Pain Control

CHAMP Pain Control

CHAMP Pain Control Stacie Levine MD University of Chicago Why is this important to teach on the wards? Pain is common in the elderly Pain is under-recognized and under-treated JCAHO, ACGME/RRC requirements Lack of formal education on pain control Why is pain control often not optimal?

By jana
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Evolution and Human Survival

Evolution and Human Survival

Evolution and Human Survival Lecture 4 PSY391S John Yeomans Diversity of Life Forms Categorization by phenotypes. Linneaus: Species, genus, family, order class, phylum, kingdom. Which features are most important in making groups? Can the same principles be used to make other groups?

By andrew
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The Muscular System

The Muscular System

The Muscular System. Chapter 6. Skeletal Muscle. Bundles of striped muscle cells Attaches to bone Often works in opposition. biceps. triceps. Tendons Attach Muscle to Bone. muscle. tendon. bursae. synovial cavity. TRICEPS BRACHII. Human Skeletal Muscles. BICEPS BRACHII.

By Renfred
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Risk Analysis for Cardiovascular Disease after Spinal Cord Injury

Risk Analysis for Cardiovascular Disease after Spinal Cord Injury

Risk Analysis for Cardiovascular Disease after Spinal Cord Injury. The State of the Science Conference July 17, 2007 National Rehabilitation Hospital RRTC on Spinal Cord Injury. Ann M. Spungen, EdD

By elina
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End of Life Care: An Overview

End of Life Care: An Overview

End of Life Care: An Overview. Objectives. Address issues surrounding end-of-life care and vulnerable older adults - definition of palliative care - logistics of end-of life-care - surrogate decision making and advance directives - symptom management ACOVE indicators and EOL care.

By richard_edik
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The Nervous System

The Nervous System

The Nervous System. Brain Teaser. 15 14 9 1 6 3 Which number comes next in the sequence? 4,7,10 or 12 ?. Functions of the Nervous System. Control center for all body activities Responds and adapts to changes that occur both inside and outside the body

By Antony
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Chapter 28 NERVOUS SYSTEM

Chapter 28 NERVOUS SYSTEM

Chapter 28 NERVOUS SYSTEM. Functions of Nervous Tissue 1. Sensory Input: Conduction of signals from sensory organs (eyes, ears, nose, skin, etc.) to information processing centers ( brain and spinal cord ).

By Anita
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Prevention of Accidental Exposures to Patients Undergoing Radiation Therapy

Prevention of Accidental Exposures to Patients Undergoing Radiation Therapy

Prevention of Accidental Exposures to Patients Undergoing Radiation Therapy. International Commission on Radiological Protection. Information abstracted from ICRP Publication 86 Available at www.icrp.org Task Group: P. Ortiz, P. Andreo, J-M. Cosset, A. Dutreix,

By ostinmannual
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Megaloblastic Anemia

Megaloblastic Anemia

Megaloblastic Anemia. Dr Rajaa Marouf. Objectives. Body stores and daily requirements of vitamin B12 and folate Absorption of vitamin B12 and folate from the gut Causes of vitamin B12 and folate deficiency Hematological consequences of vitamin B12 and folate deficiency

By Faraday
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THE ANIMAL KINGDOM BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ANIMALS: 1. 						 2. 						 3. 					 N I

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ANIMALS: 1. 2. 3. N I

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ANIMALS: 1. 2. 3. N INE ANIMAL PHYLA INVERTEBRATES: VERTEBRATES (CORDATES): (1 phylum). MULTICELLULAR ORGANISMS. CAPABILITY OF LOCOMOTION. MUST INJEST FOOD. ( 8 PHYLA).

By elina
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The Nervous System

The Nervous System

The Nervous System. The Nervous System. Receives Information. Nervous System. A system that controls all of the activities of the body. The nervous system is made of:. The brain. The spinal cord. The nerves. The senses. Neurons.

By Anita
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Human Anatomy (BIOL 1010)

Human Anatomy (BIOL 1010)

Human Anatomy (BIOL 1010). E. Goffe eggoffe@ccri.edu Office 1132F (Providence). What is Anatomy?. Anatomy (= morphology): study of body’s structure Physiology: study of body’s function Structure reflects Function!!! Branches of Anatomy Gross: Large structures Surface: Landmarks

By issac
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Pain - Basic Science Implications for Analgesia & Analgesics

Pain - Basic Science Implications for Analgesia & Analgesics

Pain - Basic Science Implications for Analgesia & Analgesics. Clifford J. Woolf. Neural Plasticity Research Group Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Is there a basis for the separation of pain on the basis of Chronicity

By ostinmannual
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Spinal Cord

Spinal Cord

Spinal Cord. Medical Neuroscience Dr. Wiegand. Directions. dorsal. rostral. ventral. caudal. Terms. rostral - toward the “beak” caudal - toward the “tail” ventral - toward the front (anterior) dorsal - toward the back (posterior) superior - above inferior - below. Ascending tracts.

By bernad
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Prepared by Judith Handlinger

Prepared by Judith Handlinger

Systematic Fish Pathology Part 12. Pathology and diseases of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems Section B: Nervous system Part I: Anatomy and microanatomy of the nervous system and sensory organs. Prepared by Judith Handlinger

By MikeCarlo
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Peripheral Nervous System 1: The Somatic System

Peripheral Nervous System 1: The Somatic System

Peripheral Nervous System 1: The Somatic System. 1 August 2011. Handout download: Blackboard or http://www.oucom.ohiou.edu/ dbms-witmer/anatomy_immersion.htm. Reading: Moore’s COA6 46–57. Lawrence M. Witmer, PhD Professor of Anatomy Dept. of Biomedical Sciences

By emily
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Neuromuscular Disease

Neuromuscular Disease

Neuromuscular Disease. Stacy Rudnicki, MD Department of Neurology. Disorders of the Motor Unit. Motor neuron disease Peripheral nerve disorders Neuromuscular junction disease Muscle disease. Motor Neuron Disease.

By Mia_John
(634 views)

DEVELOPMENT OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

DEVELOPMENT OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

DEVELOPMENT OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. EARLY DEVELOPMENT. By the beginning of the s econd week, three germ cell layers become established: Ectoderm, Mesoderm and Endoderm. Each germ layer gives rise to particular tissues and organs in the adult. The ectoderm gives rise to: 1- Skin

By salena
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AN INTERESTING CASE OF ACUTE QUADRIPARESIS

AN INTERESTING CASE OF ACUTE QUADRIPARESIS

AN INTERESTING CASE OF ACUTE QUADRIPARESIS. VII MU PROF.DR.M.MUTHIAH, M.D DR.D.GANESAPANDIAN,M.D DR.G.GURUNAMASIVAYAM,M.D. History. 55 year old male patient Mr.Ramu, admitted with complaints of.. Sudden onset of giddiness and swaying followed by Loss of consciousness for 1 hour

By Audrey
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Chapter 15

Chapter 15

Chapter 15. Nervous System and Psychological Disorders. Lesson 15.1. State the function of the nervous system and analyze associated terms. Write the meaning of word parts associated with the nervous system and use them to build and analyze terms.

By libitha
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