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MT 100 CH 4 & 9

Basic Review

QuestionAnswer
Levels Chemical level -> cellular -> Tissue
Levels organs -> system -> organism (whole human)
Knee-chest(on stomach) rectal exam
lithotomy(on back, feet in sturups) women PAP
Dorsal Recumbent(on back, knees bent) women- vigina /men- rectal
Sim(on side) " "
Prone(belly down, flat) Back exam (spine)
Fowler(sitting up) 45-60 higher fowler/ 30- semi fowler
Supine(on back, arms to the side or above head) chest, heart, abdomen, and extremities
erect same as anatomic
trendelenburg head lower than feet- drainage
Anatomic standing erect, arms at the side, looking straight ahead
Cardiologist Treat heart disease
Heart weight 1 lb
3 Layers of heart 1) Endocardium- Inner2) Myocardium- Middle3) Periocardium- outtermost(alphabetical)
Ishemia damage to the heart
necrosis dead tissue
3 Routes veins, capillaries and arteries
veins toward the heart
capillaries Nourish, and remove waste,
Arteries Away from the heart
systole (BP) contraction of heart
diastole (BP) relaxation
avarage BP 120/80
average BPM 60-100
Created by: stephtaylor