Green slides are highly likely to
be on the exam. White slides
are in the middle. Yellow are
FYI, used for references later.
Different types of pain is a
Nociceptic pain and other (mostly
Nociceptive pain is stepping on a
Normally functioning pancreas will
modulate up and down as needed.
Whenever we use drugs, we are trying
to mimic the normal or get to the
We replace what the pancreas isnt
making or isnt making enough of.
Basal is what your body makes no
56 green slides
Is my disease contagious? There are many
different types of pathogen and
transmission depends on type.
Usually with a fever, sometimes not. Elderly
sometimes unable to produce.
Elevate WBCs. If they are in the
HFrEF. Heart Failure with a reduced ejection
fraction. Wall motion is usually impaired and
the ventricle is usually dilated.
This is important because the entire because
the treatment is different.Drugs that are used
to treat one are not used to treat the
Depression for at least 2 weeks. May not feel
down just a loss of interest or pleasure in most
DSM criteria must have first 2 and then 3
Hypothesis, 3 common:
Neurotrophic has to do with the loss of growth and
integrity of the the
Not too many drugs here.
These are the disease states we will focus
on today. Well only briefly touch upon IBS
Many different agents to choose from.
There are 3 different classes for acid-peptic
diseases. Many are OTC. Chronic heartburn,
Will use same green slides for important content. But
only uses green and black.
Only generic drug names.
We will cover pathophysiology before discussing dugs.
Information coming from
the dendrites, processing
through the soma, through
Asthma is an inflammatory disease of the lungs
that is characterized by reversible episodes of
Disease state is pt specific. Sometimes more
recurrent, sometimes years between. Sometimes
severe, sometimes not.
Poorly controlled o
Classification of BP and HTN is difficult.
Different guidelines exist and contradict each
other. We are going to learn the JNC-VIII
Know these numbers for this class.
Today will be more drugs. Thursday will be
more disease heavy.
Think about w
We are talking about epilepsy.
Study green slides. Slides with green or
black, know only the green text.
No specifics on dosing, or enzymes. Just
know if it inhibits or induces.
Exact half-life is not important. But we
should know if it is e
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Structure| Sqaumous Epithelium| Cubiodal Epithelium| Columnar Epithelium| Stratified Epithelium| Functions of
Epithelial tissue covers the whole surface of the body. It is made up of cells closely
packed and ranged
Right kidney model, Blood flow:
o Renal artery
o Segmental Artery (unfiltered blood)
o Interlobar arteries
o Arcuate artery (arcs across Medullary Pyramid)
Boundary between Cortex (filtration center) and Medulla
Where all the glomeruli ar
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Histology- is the study of tissue
Tissue-is a group of similar cells that have a common embryonic origin and function
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A client who has a prescription for fluid restriction asks the nurse for a mid-afternoon snack. What is the
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Saunders Practice Exam Fundamentals A