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What is the fundamental unit of the nervous system & what are the 4 main structures?The central nervous system and peripheral ( neurons, protective structure, brain, spinal cord) Your adult patient opens eyes to voice, uses inappropriate words & withdraws to pain 10 (4) What are 2 IV drugs used in the altered LOC protocol in San Diego County? (narcan, versed, D50) Name 1 cardiovascular and 1 noncardiovascular cause of syncope? Cardio -Dysrhythmias or mechanical problems/ Noncardiac Metabolic, neurological, or psychiatric condition. The gelatinous center extrudes through a tear and puts pressure on the spinal cord. Herniation What is a neurotransmitter? What are the 2 types and where do they work? Communicate between synapses (acetylcholine, norepinephrine) Your adult patient opens eyes to pain, uses incomprehensible words & flexes to pain 7(3) 2 or more generalized motor seizures without return of consciousness status epilepticus List 5 assessment questions
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