Sensory Physiology Study Guide
List 5 somatic senses
List 5 special senses
What is a sensory modality? Give examples.
Review fig. 10.3.
What is the significance for the thalamus in sensory pathways?
The amount of space on the _ cortex devot
Synaptic Communication Study Guide
Cell-to-Cell: A Chemical Synapse
1. _ Axon - (terminal)
2. _ Cell - (membrane)
What do Chemical Synapses use?
What do Electrical Synapses pass?
List steps 1-5 for figure 8.19, what are these ste
Digestion Study Guide
Digestion and Absorption (slide 1)
) system digests (
) into (
) units using.
) Digestion. How does this
) How does this work?
Where does most absorption take place?
How? List the order from where the
Part 1. Entry Into Patients Room
Walk into room, wash hands (or foam), introduce yourself and provide privacy.
Ask patient to recite their name and birthdate while looking at their wristband.
Explain to the patient that you will be taking their vital sign
NUR315 Medication Administration Case Studies Seminar
Name: Tera McKenney
Prepare the following medication sheet for medication administration for Mrs. See O. Peedey.
NUR 313 Study Sheet for Fluids & Electrolytes
-Poor skin turgor; hot, dry skin
-Less than 30cc/hr
-Urine with high specific gravity
-Low BP, sometimes fas
Cancer cells are killed by
Stimulation of immune response
Very narrow therapeutic window difficult because many are not specific to only cancer cells, this can cause many
Disorders Blood Pressure Hypertension
Blood pressure is the highest in the arteries and decreases continuously as it flows through the
Pulse Pressure = Systolic Pressure Diastolic Pressure
This is the force generated by t
Walk in - pre steps
Whats your name? Birthdate? Do you know where you are? Do you know what the
date is today?
I would chart your orientation as a x3 and your speech was not slurred or garbled.
Today Im going to assess some neuromuscular functions with yo