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Anesthesiology

Anesthesiology

Anesthesiology Anesthesia – is a reversible condition of comfort, quiescence and physiological stability in a patient before, during and after performance of a procedure. General anesthesia – for surgical procedure to render the patient unaware / unresponsive to the painful stimuli.

By paul
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BIRTH

BIRTH

BIRTH. DUE DATE. By taking the first day of the woman’s last menstrual cycle and adding 280 days, you can calculate when baby is due to be born. As the mother nears full term, several things happen:.

By Audrey
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Early Elective Deliveries Measure Technical Assistance Call

Early Elective Deliveries Measure Technical Assistance Call

Early Elective Deliveries Measure Technical Assistance Call. Friday, September 24 Barbara Rudolph, Ph.D., Senior Science Director Matt Austin, Director, Leapfrog Hospital Survey. About the Measure.

By yardley
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Lecture # 14: The Endocrine System 1

Lecture # 14: The Endocrine System 1

The Endocrine System (Chapter 17). Lecture # 14: The Endocrine System 1. Objectives. 1- To define hormone and E ndocrine S ystem. 2- To describe the gross and microscopic anatomy of the different organs of the endocrine system. 3- To contrast endocrine and exocrine glands.

By chilton
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Human Reproductive System Review

Human Reproductive System Review

Human Reproductive System Review. Male Reproductive System. Sperm Formation. MEIOSIS forms sperm in gametes Sperm forms in testes Scrotum keeps cooler than rest Semen is sperm plus protecting fluid Semen leaves testes through the vas deferens (sperm ducts) to the urethra before it exits.

By brita
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Te xt Only in Females’ slide Only in Males’ slides Important Numbers Doctor notes Extra Notes

Te xt Only in Females’ slide Only in Males’ slides Important Numbers Doctor notes Extra Notes

All the notes in this lecture are Important. Te xt Only in Females’ slide Only in Males’ slides Important Numbers Doctor notes Extra Notes. Physiology of Labor. By the end of this lecture, students should be able to describe: Define labor/ labour (parturition).

By beyla
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NCLEX Pharmacology Quiz 					on Hormonal and Reproductive Drugs

NCLEX Pharmacology Quiz on Hormonal and Reproductive Drugs

NCLEX Pharmacology Quiz on Hormonal and Reproductive Drugs. 1. Which of the following is a contraindication to the administration of growth hormone?.

By jered
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LABOR INDUCTI0N GUIDELINES

LABOR INDUCTI0N GUIDELINES

LABOR INDUCTI0N GUIDELINES. Oguchi Andrew Nwosu MD, FAAFP Asst. Prof. Emory Family Medicine January 28 th 2010 . Introduction. ACOG practice bulletin #107, August 2009 Up To Date September 9, 2009

By seven
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Human Reproductive System

Human Reproductive System

Human Reproductive System. Male Reproductive System. Sperm Formation. MEIOSIS Form in testes Temperature important! Scrotum Leave testes via epididymus to the vas deferens. Semen. Fluids help to transport, feed, and protect sperm Seminal vesicles Prostate gland Bulbourethral glands.

By salena
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Misoprostol and early pregnancy loss i.e. < 13 weeks

Misoprostol and early pregnancy loss i.e. < 13 weeks

Misoprostol and early pregnancy loss i.e. < 13 weeks. Types of miscarriage Missed miscarriage - intact sac . Incomplete - heterogenous mass of tissue Complete. Dedicated EPAU. Staff Transvaginal scanning Direct access for GPs and some patient subgroups Miscarriage Scan findings

By hedva
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The Female Menstrual Cycle

The Female Menstrual Cycle

The Female Menstrual Cycle. There are 4 parts to the female menstrual cycle:. Part 1- Flow phase. Marks the beginning of the cycle Characterized by the shedding of the endometrium. This phase usually lasts about 4 days . Part 2- Follicular phase. Development of a follicle within the ovary

By rey
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Fertilization

Fertilization

Fertilization. Sperm are ejaculated from the penis into the vagina just below the cervix and then swim through the uterus into the Fallopian tubes and they join with an egg = internal fertilization The egg is surrounded by a thick protective layer that contains sperm binding sites

By alamea
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Preconception Health

Preconception Health

Preconception Health. Annual Gynecologist Visits Nutrition/Exercise - ↑ caloric intake by ___ STI Prevention/Treatment Drug/Alcohol Abuse/Use ______________________ – small head, wide spaced eyes, heart problems, etc. _________ - ↑ intake to help avoid Spina Bifida.

By hamal
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Bellwork

Bellwork

Bellwork. What is the importance of the placenta? Creates a barrier between mother and baby to prevent mixing of blood Provides baby with oxygen and nutrients. Pregnancy & Labor. SWBAT list changes in the mother during pregnancy SWBAT describe the stages of labor

By easter
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Homeostasis

Homeostasis

Homeostasis. I. __________________- Maintaining a relatively stable condition inside the body despite changes in the external environment. A. Examples of factors that must be maintained via homeostasis 1. ___________________ 2. ___________________ 3. ___________________

By akamu
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RU-486 The Abortion Pill

RU-486 The Abortion Pill

RU-486 The Abortion Pill. As Presented By: Fariah Siddiqui. What Is RU-486?. The Basics:. RU-486 is also known by a variety of different names including: Mifepristone (generic name) Mifegyne (marketing name in Europe) Mifeprex (marketing name in the US)

By jody
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Triggers for Labor

Triggers for Labor

Triggers for Labor. Oxytocin/pitocin Breaking of Amniotic Sac Hypothalamus and Pituitary Gland of Fetus. Stage 1: Labor. 12-24 hours First uterine contractions until cervix is 10 cm wide Latent Active Transition. Contractions. Braxton Hicks Uterine contractions Dilation Effacement.

By keely
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The Pregnancy Project Weeks 1-2

The Pregnancy Project Weeks 1-2

The Pregnancy Project Weeks 1-2. Mrs. Teare First Block. Morula 6 hours after Fertilization. 1. perivitelline space 2. zona pellucida 3. cell membrane 4. artifacts. 36 hours. 1. zona pellucida 2. perivitelline space 3. blastomere #1 4. blastomere #2 5. cell membrane of blastomere #1.

By sue
(75 views)

Chapter 18

Chapter 18

Chapter 18. Endocrine System. Human Growth Hormone Thyroid Stimulating Hormone Follicle Stimulating Hormone Luteinizing Hormone Prolactin Adrenocorticotrophic Hormone Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone. Anterior Pituitary. Anterior Pituitary.

By kat
(205 views)

Body Regulation

Body Regulation

Body Regulation. Homeostasis : Processes used by the body to maintain a stable and functioning environment. Your body is continuously working to maintain homeostasis. Just sitting in your chair, blood pressure, body temperature and glucose levels are being constantly regulated by your body.

By keala
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