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NURSING 2881 - ATI Nutrition SG (LevelUp RN) 2020.
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NURSING 2881 - ATI Nutrition SG (LevelUp RN) 2020/NURSING 2881 - ATI Nutrition SG (LevelUp RN) 2020. Card 1 (Front) – Carbohydrates Percentage of calories? Function in body? What is glycogen? Energy provided by carbohydrates? Recommended fiber intake for men vs. women (Back) Carbohydrates should make up 45-65% of calories. Function in body: energy, regulate fat/protein metabolism, and are important for cardiac and CNS functioning

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Pathophysiology Final Exam Study Guide_all chapters (1 to 30) | Curry College - NURSING 2100 Pathophysiology Final Exam Study Guide
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Pathophysiology Final Exam Study Guide Chapter 1 • ATP function in cell metabolism o ATP = ENERGY currency for the cell • Aerobic and Anaerobic metabolism o Aerobic = requires oxygen to form CO2 and H2O as energy- Krebs cycle o Anaerobic = no oxygen required; occurs in glycolysis = glucose  pyruvic acid  lactic acid: what pyruvate turns during glycolysis when oxygen is not present • Cell signaling and communication mechanisms o Cell surface receptors:  G protein link...

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NURS615 PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES EXAM STUDY GUIDE / NURS 615 PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES (Latest, 2020): College Of San Mateo
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COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO NURS 615 PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES EXAM STUDY GUIDE 1. Pharmacokinetics What the body does to the drug. Involves: Absorption Distribution Metabolism Elimination 2. Mechanism of action Drugs doing their job at the receptor site. They bind to cellular reception sites. Drug-receptor binding is reversible, selective (affinity), and graded. 3. Affinity Drug-receptor binding is selective. 4. Agonist Binds and produces a result 5. Antagonist Binds and blocks an ...

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NSG 5003 WEEK 1 KNOWLEDGE CHECK QUIZ / NSG5003 WEEK 1 QUIZ (KNOWLEDGE CHECK) (LATEST-2020): ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY: SOUTH UNIVERSITY |100% CORRECT ANSWERS, DOWNLOAD TO SCORE A|
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NSG5003 Week 1 Knowledge Check Quiz / NSG 5003 Week 1 Knowledge Check Quiz: Advanced Pathophysiology: South University South University NSG5003 Week 1 Knowledge Check Quiz: Advanced Pathophysiology Question 1 An organelle that is responsible for metabolism of cellular energy is referred to which of the following cell structures? Question 1 options: A) Golgi complex NO B) Mitochondrion C) Endoplasmic reticulum D) Nucleolus Question 2 Which of the following options is a ...

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NURS 225 - ATI Proctor Nutrition.
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NURS 225 - ATI Proctor Nutrition/NURS 225 - ATI Proctor Nutrition. Chapter 1: Carbohydrate, protein and fat 3 main nutrients. Carbs: 45-65% of daily calories function: energy, regulate fat, cardiac and cns system, protein metabolism. Glycogen: stored carb in the liver and muscle and it release between the meals to regulate the Blood glucose level. Carbs 4 calories per gram per energy Fiber intake 25gr women, for M 38gr per day Protein 10-35% daily calories, 0.8 gr per kg body weight, tissue ...

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Adult II Exam 3 Liver, Pancreas, Neuro 100% Correct Answers, Download to Score A
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Adult II Exam 3 Liver, Pancreas, Neuro 100% Correct Answers, Download to Score A Liver: largest internal organ located in the RUQ of the abdomen inferior to diaphragm and anterior to stomach. Functions of the liver: essential functions of the liver require a large amount of blood. Optimal liver function is essential to health. Because of the significant amount of blood in the liver at all times, it is exposed to the effects of pathogens, drugs, toxins, and possibly malignant cells. As a result...

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ATI proctor, Nutrition Chapter 1: Carbohydrate, protein and fat 3 main nutrients. Carbs: 45-65% of daily calories function: energy, regulate fat, cardiac and cns system, protein metabolism. Glycogen: stored carb in the liver and muscle and it release between the meals to regulate the Blood glucose level. Carbs 4 calories per gram per energy * Fiber intake 25gr women, for M 38gr per day * Protein 10-35% daily calories, 0.8 gr per kg body weight, tissue building, immune function, neutral nit...

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Nutrition 101 Final Exam / NUTRI 101 Final Exam (2020): Straighterline (Verified answers, Scored A)
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Nutrition 101 Final Exam Question1 What is the major monosaccharide found in the human body? Select one: a. glucose b. sucrose c. lactose d. galactose Question2 Which of these is a complex carbohydrate that cannot be broken down by the human digestive process? Select one: a. amino acid b. simple sugar c. starch d. fiber Question3 What is the purpose of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010? Select one: a. to help people with specific diseases requiring special diet information b. to provide...

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