A REAL STORY OF
CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE
By Heather Jankowski
OF THE KIDNEY
High blood pressure
Smoking, High cholesterol
Chapt. 3 Obj.
1. Describe the structure and functions of all cell organelles.
Plasmalemma-the cells flexible outer surface, a lipid bilayer containing phospholipids, steroids,
proteins, and carbohydrates. Its fu
Chapter 4 obj.
1. Define tissue.
A cellular organizational level intermediate between cell and a complete organ. A group of cells
that usually have a common origin in an embryo and function together to carry out
Chapt. 9 Objectives
1.Describe the three structural types of joints and give examples.
Fibrous joints-There is no synovial cavity, and the bones are held together dense irregular
connective tissue that is rich
Chapt. 6 objectives
1.Describe the functions of the skeletal system.
a.Support-The skeleton serves as the structural framework for the body by supporting soft
tissues and providing attachment points for the tend
Chapt. 5 objectives
1. List and describe each function of the skin.
a.Regulates body temperature (thermoregulation) The skin contributes to thermoregulation by
liberating sweat at its surface and by adjusting th
Chapt. 1 obj.
1. How are anatomy and physiology different and why is each important to health professionals?
Anatomy is the science of body structures and Physiology is the science of body function. They
Chapt. 2 Objectives
1, The atomic number of Magnesium is 12 the mass is 24.305 The structure would be 12
protons and 12 neutrons making up the middle (nucleus). The electron shells surrounding the
June 18th, 2016
Case Study 60: Down Syndrome
Patient Case Questions:
1) G3 P2-0-2 informs us that the patient has had.
- 3 pregnancies
- 2 deliveries at full term
- 0 Abortions or miscarriages
- 2 living children ( concluding that she
July 27th, 2016
Case 53: Diabetes Mellitus
3. Respirations become deep and rapid to compensate for ketoacidosis.
4. Kussmaul Breathing
5. It is appropriate for the physician to inquire about fever, chills, diarrhea, co
July 9, 2016
Case Study 3: Congestive Heart Failure
2. The patient is experiencing symptoms of both right and left-sided CHF which include, edema,
tachypnea, dyspnea, tachycardia, edema in the ankles, and fatigue.
July 20th, 2016
Case 30: Acute Renal Failure
1. Prerenal and intrarenal
2. Major risk factors of contributing to kidney failure.
- Advance age
- History of heart disease
- Massive fluid loss
3. Poor skin turgor indicate
July 2, 2016
Case Study 88: Iron Deficiency Anemia
1) Potential contributing factors to iron deficiency anemia.
- Strict vegetarian diet
- Intermenstrual bleeding
- Diuretic hypertension medication
- Long term NSAID use
- Use o
July 30th, 2016
Case 38: Alzheimer Disease
1. Plantar Fasciitis is an inflammation of a thick band of tissue that connects the heel
bone to the toes.
2. Advanced age and positive family history for the disease.
3. Allopurinol is bein
July 23, 2016
Case Study 29: Viral Hepatitis
1. Hepatitis C
2. Definitive determination of Hepatitis C
- Positive IgG anti-HCV antibodies
- Positive HCV RNA
- Mild Periportal Fibrosis
3. Risk factors for HCV
- IV drug use
- Received b
Aug. 3rd, 2016
Case Study 63: Cancer of the Female Breast
1. Advancing age, positive family history of breast cancer, early onset menses, first full term
pregnancy after 30, use of oral contraception.
2.Positive family history of brea
Case Study 22: Diarrhea
1) The patient's diarrhea is acute.
2) Signs and symptoms that support viral gastroenteritis
- Greenish watery stool in diaper
- Acute diarrhea
- Rectal temperature of 101.1 degrees F
July 16th, 2016
Case Study 14: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
2. Hypertension and swelling
4. Risk factors of COPD:
- Single most important risk factor is a history of cigarette smoking
- Over th
A Case Study on Hypothesis
Testing and Data Analysis*
Susan M. Nava-Whitehead
Sciences and Education Department
Becker College, Worcester, MA
Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA
Scientific research can reduce su