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slides created for biological laboratory work at DeVry University / Chamberlain College of Nursing. All answers should be written in complete sentences using correct grammar and syntax.CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS – LAB SAFETY TRAINING1)What items of personal protection equipment is required during all laboratories?  Why?
2)When is appropriate to discard of waste in the ‘sharps container’
3)What types of waste belong in the ‘red’ trash containers
4)In what situations is the use of the eye wash essential? 
5)What notification should be given if it is necessary to use the eye wash?
6)Who is ultimately responsible for your safety within the laboratory situation?
CHAMBERLAIN / DEVRY STUDENT LABORATORY SAFETY TRAINING AGREEMENT“I have read and understand the Chamberlain College of Nursing and DeVry University Laboratory Training Guide and agree to abide by its suggestions and regulations.” Jessica Wernke August 31, 2016 SignaturedateJessica Wernke Printed name
LABORATORY STEPSPART C: Step 3: Complete dissection of sheep heart and completion of laboratory quiz ~ 2 hour
LABORATORY - Sheep Heart DissectionSheep have a four-chambered heart, just like humans (and about the same size). By studying the anatomy of a sheep's heart, you can learn about how your own heart pumps blood through your body and keeps you alive! Observation: External Anatomy Most heart diagrams show the left atrium and ventricle on the right side of the diagram. Imaginethe heart in the body of a person facing you. The left side oftheir heart is on their left, but since you are facing them, it ison your right. Your best bet is to think of the heart as if it isresiding within your own chest to keep the left and right sidesstraight1. Identify the right and left sides of the heart. Look closelyand on one side you will see a diagonal line of blood vesselsthat divide the heart. The half that includes all of the apex(pointed end) of the heart is the left side. Confirm this bysqueezing each half of the heart. The left half will feel muchfirmer and more muscular than the right side. (The left side ofthe heart is stronger because it has to pump blood to thewhole body. The right side only pumps blood to the lungs.) 2. Turn the heart so that the right side is on your right, as if it were in your body. Examine the flaps of darker tissue on the top of the heart. These ear-like flaps are called auricles. Find the large opening at the top of the heart next to the right auricle. This is the opening to the superiorvena cava

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