Chapter 4

Chapter 4 - all cary or control blood flow Blood loss or...

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Chapter 4- Body Cavities, Cranial: The head housing the brain Spinal: The spinal colum and vertebrae housing Thoracic: The main trunk of lungs/heart protected by ribs Abdominal: Lower stomach, the most vulernable to injury it contains the digestive  tissues. Pelvic: Yo' nuts yo. .. ouch as the name inplies. Repiratory, * You lungs which bring in oxygen and release carbon dioxide * Includes your nose, mouth, epiglottis, esopagus, larynx, pharynx, trachea,  lungs * Adults breathe 12-20 times per minute, childern 20-40 Circulatory, * Works in conjunction with the repiratory to deliver oxygen and nutrients, also  waste. .. * heart, arteries, veins.
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Unformatted text preview: .. all cary or control blood flow. * Blood loss or heart faliure threaten this system. Nervous, * Brain, Spinal Cord, Spine, Nerves * Nerves transmit electrical impulses that give us our senses. * If you are uncouncious it is a faluire of the Nervous system. Musculoskeletal, * Bones, Ligaments, Muscles, Tendons, most of the bodies weight Joints: allow one bone to move past another, give us movement Tendons: attach muscles to bones Integumentary, * Skin, Hair, Nails * Prevents infection, controls temperaure Care Giving & Emergency Conditions, Diabetes: too much or too little blood sugar....
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  • Spring '11
  • houghton
  • Control blood flow, release carbon dioxide, Repiratory, vertebrae housing Thoracic, bodies weight Joints

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