Pancreatitis
Pathophysiology
Self-digestion of the pancreas by its own proteolytic enzymes, principally trypsin,
causes acute pancreatitis. Eighty percent of patients with acute pancreatitis have
biliary tract disease or a history of long-term alcohol abu
Acute Coronary Syndrome and
Myocardial Infarction
Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is an emergent situation
characterized by an acute onset of myocardial ischemia that
results in myocardial death (ie, myocardial infarction [MI]) if
definitive interventions d
ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY
Kidney- fluid regulation, acid/base balance
Structures Adrenal glands- influence BP, Na and water retention
and Major
Nephrons- basic fxnal unit of kidney, filtration/ reabsorb/ secrete
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Aortic Insufficiency (Regurgitation)
Aortic regurgitation is the flow of blood back into the left ventricle
from the aorta during diastole. It may be caused by inflammatory
lesions that deform the leaflets of the aortic valve, preventing
them from complet
Arteriosclerosis and Atherosclerosis
Arteriosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries, is the most
common disease of the arteries. It is a diffuse process whereby
the muscle fibers and the endothelial lining of the walls of
small arteries and arterioles bec
Aortic Insufficiency (Regurgitation)
Aortic regurgitation is the flow of blood back into the left ventricle
from the aorta during diastole. It may be caused by inflammatory
lesions that deform the leaflets of the aortic valve, preventing
them from complet
Angina Pectoris
Angina pectoris is a clinical syndrome characterized by paroxysms
of pain or a feeling of pressure in the anterior chest. The
cause is insufficient coronary blood flow, resulting in an inadequate
supply of oxygen to meet the myocardial dem
Tidal volume is determined by weight- 10-12ml per kg
Vital capacity total volume of whole cycle
Know different breath sounds description and presentation
Continuous pulse ox, abgs, cardiac monitor, infection, cbc, hemoglobin, cultures for
sputum and blood
Sepsis, severe sepsis, and septic shock
sepsis: A systemic response to infection; manifested by 2 or
more of the Systemic inflammatory response syndrome or
presumed infection. early stages: bp may be normal or hypo,
bt respond to fluid. HR increase progre
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8.1 #1
A simple random sample of 40 items resulted in a sample mean of 25.
The population standard deviation is =5.
a) What is the standard error of the mean, _
?
0.79
b) At the 95% confidenc level, what is the margin of error?
1.55
8.1 #2
A simple rand
BUS240 Assignment #7
Use Excel to perform the calculations needed for this assignment
Section 6.1
1. The random variable x is known to be uniformly distributed between 1.0 and 1.5.
a) Show the graph of the probability density function.
F(x)= 1/.5 for 1</=
BUS240 Assignment #6
Section 4.1
1. An experiment has three steps with three outcomes possible for the first step, two
outcomes possible for the second step, and four outcomes possible for the third step.
How many experimental outcomes exist of the entire
Consider a sample with data values of 10, 20, 12, 17, and 16. Compute the z-score for each of the five observations. (2.5 points)
x
10
20
12
17
16
z
-1.25
1.25
-0.75
0.283333
0.25
mean:
standard:
15
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Consider a sample with a mean of 30 and a standard dev
The average hotel room rates for 20 cities are as follows:
a. What is the mean hotel rate? (1pt)
b. What is the median hotel room rate? (1pt)
c. What is the mode? (1pt)
d. What is the first quartile? (1pt)
e. What is the third quartile? (1pt)
Rate per Nig
Fifty randomly selected adults were asked to name their favorite sports league.
All answers to the following questions must show the use of the appropriate Excel function. No hand calculations will be accepted.
a. Find the "frequency distribution" for the
The following data represent the weights in kilograms of maize harvest from a random sample of 30 experimental plots on the island of St Vincent (Caribbean).
All answers to the following questions must show the use of the appropriate Excel function. No ha