Escape-> slow HR, control= AV, no p
Tachycardia, bpm=140, SR,
decr refill time, SA fire to
quick, R-R change bc t-r
Fibral, 100 bpm irreg R-R, no p
wave, random firing
Normaldiastolate no ANS control
Clostridium Difficile presentation: treated for pneumonia, abdominal cramping and tenderness, loss of
appetite, nausea, hyperactive bowl sounds, watery and frequent BM; vitals: HR-85, BP-130/70, RR-20;
oral temp-100.7F; culture: stool positive for c. diff
Azotemia: elevation of blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine levels: related to decrease in GFR.
Azotemia is associated with a number of renal disease. Uremia: elevation of urea in blood. Sign of failing
excretory system and other metabolic and endocri
Hydrophobic, lipophilic. A plasma membrane has non-polar tails
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problem with DNA synthesis, cant break down the DNA fast enough so they come out large.
B12 deficiency (Pernicious anemia) – lack of IF
Folate deficiency – common in alcoholics
Drugs that inhibit DNA synthesis-chemo
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