Samenvatting Humane anatomie en fysiologie
Chapter 1: An introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
o 1‐1 t/m 1‐5
o 1‐7 t/m 1‐8
Chapter 4: The Tissue Level of Organization
o 4‐4 (tot ‘Fluid Connective Tissues’)
Chapter 6: Osseous Tissue and Bone Structure
o 6‐1 t/m 6‐7 (tot ‘Nutritional and Hormonal Effects on Bone’)
Chapter 8: The Apendicular Skeleton
o 8‐1 t/m 8‐4 (alleen onderdelen uit de itemlijst)
Chapter 9: Joints
o 9‐1 t/m 9‐8
Chapter 10: Muscle Tissue
o 10‐1 t/m 10‐8
Chapter 11: The Muscular System
o 11‐1 t/m 11‐4 (alleen spieren uit de itemlijst)
Chapter 19: Blood
o 19‐1 t/m 19‐3
Chapter 20: The Heart
o 20‐1 t/m 20‐4
Chapter 21: Blood Vessels and Circulation
o 21‐1 t/m 21‐6
o 21‐8 en 21‐9
Chapter 23: The respiratory system
o 23‐1 t/m 23‐12
Samenvatting Vander\'s human physiology HD 13 Respiratory Physiology
Samenvatting van het hoofdstuk 13 Respiratory Physiology uit Vander\'s Human Physiology. De samenvatting is gemaakt naar aanleiding van het vak Medische (patho)fysiologie (II) aan de Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Vander\'s Human Physiology
The mechanisms of body function
Auteur: Eric P. Widmaier Hershel Raff
Co-auteur: Kevin T. Strang
Uitgever: Mcgraw-Hill Education - Europe
Engelstalig 784 pagina\'s 14th edition 9781259251108 maart 2016
Chapter 23 Lower Respiratory
Study guide for Brunner & Suddarth\'s Textbook of Medical Surgical Nursing
Chapter 23: Chest Lower Respiratory Tract Disorders
2 How the cardiovascular, respiratory ,energy and neuromuscular systems respond to steady State exercise
An assignment for the sport and exercise science BTEC. It includes the results of an experiment, as well an explanation of the results and graph. There is an explanation of the effects on the cardiovascular system and the respiratory system with an explanation and results of all the effects.The neuromuscular and energy system responses are also explained. There is a comparison of all the effects and all are analysed. All data from all experiments is included.
The information is enough for a distinction.
FULL MARKS for a distinction.
5- Structure and Function of the Respiratory System
An assignment for the sport and exercise science BTEC. The essay includes an explanation of the structure of the respiratory system, the lungs,the diaphragm, the internal and external intercostal muscles,the function of the respiratory system, the mechanisms of breathing and respiratory volumes.
FULL MARKS for a merit.
Upper Respiratory Tract Anatomy
Digestive system consist of the digestive tract, (alimentary canal), a tube extending from the mouth and ends at the anus and its associated accessory organs.
• The gastrointestinal system is the portal through which nutritive substances, vitamins, minerals, and fluids enter the body.
The products of digestion and the vitamins, minerals, and water cross the mucosa and enter the lymph or the blood for the absorption.
Nutrients and vitamins are necessary for growth and maintenance
The regions of the alimentary canal
The mouth or oral cavity
The pharynx, or throat
The small intestine
The large intestine
The gastrointestinal tract is made of four layers of tissues:
Mucosa is the innermost layer made up of three layers
The inner epithelium
Submucosa: this layer is composed of connective tissue, it contains numerous small glands, blood vessels, and parasympathetic nerves that form the submucosal plexus (Meissner plexus)
Muscular: is thick layer of smooth muscle tissue which consists of inner circular layer and outer longitudinal layer
Between the two layers of muscles there is a nervous plexus called myenteric plexus (Auerbach plexus)
Serosa: is the outermost layer of made up loose connective tissue (visceral peritoneum)
Layers of the GI tract have various modifications to enable it to perform various functions
Functions of the Gastrointestinal System
Ingestion; taking in food into the stomach through the oral cavity although liquid can be introduced directly into the stomach by nasogastric tube.
Mastication; is the process by which food taken into the mouth is chewed by the teeth and broken down into small particles.
Digestive enzymes cannot easily penetrate solid food particles and can only work effectively on the surfaces of the particles
Propulsion; moves the contents along the alimentary tract.
Each segment of the digestive tract is specialized to assist in moving its contents from the oral to the anal end
Deglutition or swallowing moves food and liquids called bolus from the oral cavity into the oesophagus which is enhanced by:
o Peristalsis is responsible moving material through most of the digestive tract.
o Muscular contractions occur in peristaltic waves, consisting of a wave of relaxation of the circular muscles which forces the bolus along the digestive tube
• Digestion consists of
o Mechanical digestion, which involve mastication and mixing of food.
o Chemical digestion which prepares food for absorption and utilization by all the cells of the body.
Absorption; is the movement of molecules out of the digestive tract and into the circulation or into the lymphatic system.
Elimination; is the process by which the waste products of digestion are removed from the body.
Food material not absorbed becomes feces that are eliminated by the process of defecation
Chapters 20 21 Respiratory Assessment
Study guide for Brunner & Suddarth's Medical Surgical Nursing textbook
Chapters 20 21 Assessment of Respiratory Function Respiratory Care Modalities
Respiratory Diseases Notes for Medical and Nursing Students; with clinical features, diagnosis, treatment etc.
ACUTE ASTHMA ATTACK
COMMUNITY ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA
CHRONIC RESPIRATORY FAILURE
OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA
OBESITY HYPOVENTILATION SYNDROME
TREATMENT WITH BRONCHODILATORS
D1- interaction of the circulatory system and the respiratory system during exercise and at rest in a dog
Distinction was achieved in this essay. An essay about the interaction of the circulatory system and the respiratory system during exercise and at rest in a dog for D1 animal management level 3 extended diploma unit 3 anatomy and physiology