1. Using the proportional method, convert each of the following metric
a. 250 ml = _250,000_L
b. 0.5L = _500_ ml
c. 2 g = _2,000_ mg
d. 500 mg = _0.5_g
e. 0.0300 g = _30_mg
f. 0.05 mg = _0.00005_ g
g. 1 mcg = _0.001_ mg
h. 2 ml = _2_ cc
5 out of 5 points
Drugs that increase urine secretion are:
5 out of 5 points
Which of the following is a sedative?
Which of the following scenarios is most likely in the CSF of a patient
with bacterial meningitis?
CSF has high neutrophil count and high protein count
CSF has high neutrophil count and low protein count
CSF has high glucose
DQ Teacher Post Reply
How important is professionalism in healthcare?
A professionals etiquette is considered to be one of the most important aspects that
contribute to that person having a successful healthcare career. There are specific
What is the trade or brand name?
What is the generic name?
What form is the drug?
What is the total number or total value?
What is the dosage strength?
What is the route of administr
Depakene is a type of:
An agent that modifies psychotic behavior is known as a _.
Week 3 Discussion Topic 1 (W3DT1)
Topic: Drugs That Affect the Central Nervous System
Based on your readings for this week in Unit II of our Pharmacology for Health
The first classification of drugs that I selected is the classificatio
Major Side Effects of Diuretic Use?
The use of diuretics is pretty much safe but that does not mean that there are no
side effects. Side effects that can occur due to the use of diuretics include an increase
in urination and
The two diseases I choice for this weeks discussion are Iron Deficiency Anemia
and Anorexia Nervosa. The clinical manifestations that would occur in the course of
altered nutrition in a patient with iron deficiency anemia would be of an asymp
December 08, 2016
Microbial and Non Microbial Origin Diseases
MICROBIAL ORIGIN DISEASE
The Microbial Disease that I choose was Lyme disease which is the most common
vector-borne illness in the United States. It
December 06, 2016
The purpose for a urine test is to check the varied components of a patients urine which
will help to find the cause for the patients symptoms. Urine is the waste
There are three different types of diuretic drugs. The types include Thiazide
diuretics, Loop diuretics, and Potassium sparing diuretics. Thiazides are the most
commonly used type of diuretic to treat high blood pressure. They are used to de
How is Anorexia different from Bulimia?
Both Anorexia and Bulimia are psychiatric illnesses that are based on the
concept of food and consumption of food. The most significant difference between
Anorexia versus Bulimia is that wh
Student Response Reply
My Reply for Credit:
I have some anxiety issues and when I spoke to my doctor about something that
would help with my panic attacks. Xanax came up as an as needed medication that I
could take upon feeling
Teacher Question Reply
How common is lung cancer in the U.S.?
Lung cancer is known to be the 2nd most common type of cancer in both sexes, in
the United States. It is averaged that about 14% of all new diagnosis of cancer in the
Week 3 Discussion Topic (W3DT1)
Human cells normally grow and divide which then allows the body to develop
new cells as it sees fit. Process usually includes the growing of cells until they are
deemed old or damaged, the cells die, and new c
1. What is the trade or brand name? Verelan
2. What is the generic name? Verapamil
3a. What form is the drug? hydrochloride capsule
3b. What is the total number or total volume? 100 capsules
4. What is the dosage strength?120 mg
5. What is the rou
Wk1 Key Terms
Chptrs 1, 2, 3
Pathology- study of the structural and functional changes in cells and tissues as a result of injury.
Disease- impairment of cell, tissue, organ, or system functioning.
Etiology- cause of the disease
Signs- relating to d
A basic structure of living tissue
the smallest component of a living body.
Each cell contains
o Membrane- surrounds that cytoplasm and the elements within.
When something goes awry within the b
Chapter Practice Quizzes
Chapter 1: Intro to Pathophysiology
1. You are expecting your first child and are told that the child has a 1 in 800
change of being born with a congenital anomaly. This statistic refers to the:
Week 1: Inflammatory Diseases
Inflammation = Tissues reaction to injury or infection
may be localized or systemic
o systemic- throughout body
Infection = Reaction to an invasion and multiplication of pathogens
Signs and Symptoms of Inflammation
MO150_wk1_Intro to Pathophysiology
Pathophysiology is the study of the changes that occur in the body, specifically to
the cells and tissues, when disease, injury, or other abnormal condition is present.
Pathology is the study of changes in ce
Topic: Altered Cells and Tissues
This discussion deals with altered cells and tissues. In medicine, alterations of cells and
tissues can be associated with disease. A few examples are cerebral atrophy occurring as
the result of a stroke, card
MS Case Study
Week 1 Assignment
October 02, 2016
MS Case Study Explanation
Would you define Judy as healthy or ill?
My answer of defining Judy as healthy or ill would depend on how Judy herself felt
about her condition. She ma
Wk2: Discussion Question
HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Gardasil VIS. The HPV vaccine is one of two
vaccines that is administered to prevent the development of HPV. It is meant to prevent
most cases of female cervical cancer when given before exposure
November 15, 2016
How Does Proteinuria Develop?
Proteinuria develops when the combination of both diabetes and high blood pressure
cause damage to the kidneys. When a person presents with proteinuria in his or her urine,
1. The physician orders 500 mcg (0.5 mg) of Lanoxin (digoxin). On hand you have 250 mcg
(0.25 mg). How many tablets will you give?
1. The physician orders 1000 mg of amoxicillin to