Blood coagulation disorders. Dr. Klara Vezendi Szeged University Transfusiology Department. The normal haemostasis prevents:By Patman
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Venous Thrombosis Venous Leg Ulcers. Lewis, ch 38. Terminology. Sometimes called thrombophlebitis, phlebothrombosis, deep vein thrombosis Venous thrombosis refers to clot formation in a vein with inflammation Superficial—in small vein (INT site)
Venous System. Khaleel Alyahya, PhD, MEd @khaleelya. #حوار_التشريح. Blood Vessels . Objectives. At the end of the lecture, the student should be able to: Define veins, and understand the general principles of venous system. Describe the superior & inferior Vena Cava and their tributaries.
55 year old woman presents with sudden dyspnea on exertion and chest pain. No cough, wheeze, or hemoptysis. She had renal cell carcinoma of the left kidney and had left nephrectomy 2 weeks prior to admission.Obese with BMI 38 kg/m2BP 100/70, HR 120, RR 32, temp 38.1Chest exam is within normalH
Venous system. Cerebral venous system. Superficial system : Drains into the venous synuses Central system Drain in a large, short venous trunk – the great vein of Galien Basal system Drains the blood into the basilar vein and then to the great vein of Galien Jugular veins.
Venous Pressure. Venous Pressure. Venous Pressure generally refers to the average pressure within venous compartment of circulation Blood from all the systemic veins flows into the right atrium of the heart, therefore the pressure in the Rt atrium called Central Venous pressure.
Walls. What are they good for?. Structural support Support floor or roof systems above Supported by foundation below Protective Shield against the elements Sun, wind, & rain Divider / Defining Space Visually & Acoustically. Walls can stand alone…. Defining Boundaries. Making a Statement.
Walls. Apply knowledge of thermal mass and insulation with passive design strategies to reduce the energy needed by active systems. Thermal Mass. Material’s resistance to change in temperature as heat is added or removed Objects with high thermal mass absorb and retain heat