Running head: BIOETHICAL ISSUES
Bioethical Issues can be debatable depending how one is brought up. Heres three
of the most current Bioethical issues in todays societ
Running head: ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS ISSUES
Electronic Medical Records Issues
According to Advance Data Systems Corporation, privacy is one of the main issues using
EMRs. Privacy is a major concern whe
1. What are your initial thoughts from the article?
My initial thoughts after reading this article is that everyone will always view the effect of the ACA
differently, depending on their personal circumstance. To those in my life who have always had
Running head: RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS
Religious and Cultural Considerations
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS
Religious practices: not wanting to take medication
In a healthcare setting
Which of the following bones is classified as "irregular" in shape?
2 of 2
Question 2 Question :
The tip of a long bone is called the
Jun 16, 2016
A hypothesis is a tentative answer to a question
Jun 16, 2016
Figure 1.3 Applying the scientific method to a common problem.
Jun 16, 2016
The scientific method is therefore just a formalization of how
Week 5 Discussion
A forty seven year old male named Joe Johnson arrived at the ER in a coma (a
state of involuntary unconsciousness due to illness or injury) . He was on his way to an
appointment with a neurologist when he suddenly fell into a coma. Mr. J
Department of Cardiology:
In the department of cardiology the most common cases include aneurysms,
arrhythmia,cardiomyopathy, hypertension, hypotension, infarction, palpitation,angina,carotid
artery disease, and deep vein thrombosis. Our physicians perfor
Department of Orthopedics Medical Report:
In the department of orthopedics our most common cases include osteoarthritis,rheumatoid
arthritis,sprains,strains, scoliosis, a herniated disk, and secondary bone cancer, in addition to
various trauma cases mostl
Department of Endocrinology:
In the department of endocrinology we see patients of both sexes as well as of all ages.
Our most common cases include type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, hypercalcemia,hyperkalemia,
hypervolemia,glycosuria, hyponatremia, and ob
Organ Systems Overview
Cell:Thebasic unit or building block of living things.
Organ:A structure composed of two or more tissues types that performs a specific function of the body.
*Example:The small intestine digests and absorbs nutrients,is m
NOTES:The Integumentary System
the skin has two distinct regions:
The superficial epidermis composed of epithelium and an underlying connective tissue, the dermis. these layers are firmly cemented together along a wavy border.
*immediately deep to the der
Cells level of organization
An introduction to Cells
Cells: the smallest living units in the human body.
*ells are the buiding blocks of all plants and animals.
*All cells come from the division of preexisting cells.
The Human Body: Language of Anatomy
In the anatomical position, the human body is erect, with the feet only slightly apart, head and toes pointed forward, and arms hanging at the sides with palms facing forward.
R E V I E W
S H E E T
The Language of Anatomy
1. Match each of the following descriptions with a key equivalent, and record the key letter or term in front of the description.
R E V I E W
S H E E T
LAB TIME/DATE _
Use the key below to indicate the body systems that perform the following functions for the body. Then, circle the organ systems (in the key) that are pr
January 24, 2017
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Figure 1.2: Body Orientation and Direction
Gives the different positions on the human and a four-legged animal in a standing position.
Anatomy & Physiology l BIO11 S01
Week 2 Assignment 1
South University Online
Professor Camen Carpenter
January 31, 2017
Briefly identify and describe all cellular organelles (including cell
membrane and its components) associated with Figu
A 65 year old male comes into the ER with his wife with cardio concerns. His wife states that he
has always had problems with his heart and his breathing. The patients wife also states about two years
prior he was complaining of severe headaches one day a
A 40 year old male was brought into the ER by ambulance and currently in a coma. The patients wife is
also present. The patient was on the way to see his Neurologist for a follow up after he seen his PCP last
week and was having lexo and kinesio. While at
A 63 year old male comes into the ER with ongoing chronic pain in the carpal bones, metacarpal
bones and phalanges. He states that he has had this pain since he noticed a recent tick bit a few short
weeks back. He also states that what brings him into the
Mr. Jones comes into the ER with symptoms of kyphosis (abnormal conditions of a humpback
posture). He states that he spent his morning shoveling snow from his driveway when he felt some
ankylosis (abnormal condition of stuffiness) and pain in his back and
A 30 year old female comes into the ER for concerns of a possible pregnancy. She notes some spotting
and cramping. She thought that the cramping were menstrual cramps as she should have gotten her
period last week. She notes a white discharge from her vag
A 10 year old female is brought into the ER with her mother for concerns regarding a rash on her lower
half of her body. Mom states that her dermo is red, inflamed, and scaly looking. Mom states that the
rash began about three days prior but before it bro
A 30 year old male comes into the ER for a possible kidney stone. Patient states that he is nauseated
along with on and off vomiting. Patient states that he has had kidney stones since he was young. He
notes that he was seen by his primary care physician
A 30 year old male is brought into the ER for an increased amount of seizers in the past few days. Along
with the patient is his wife. Wife notes that the patient loses consciousness and has involuntary muscle
spasms. Patient said that he was diagnosed wi
Anatomy & Physiology II
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most commonly
encountered endocrinopathy in women of reproductive age.
It has significant reproductive and nonreproductive consequence
Anatomy and Physiology II
Homework # 2
1. The primary functions of the respiratory system are to move air to and from the
exchange surfaces of the lungs, to provide an area for gas exchange between air and
circulating blood, to prot
Anatomy and Physiology Lecture
As you age, the way your senses (hearing, vision, taste, smell, touch) give you
information about the world changes. Your senses become less sharp, and this can make it
harder for you to
Anatomy and Physiology
Aldolase is a substance found especially in the muscles. When muscles are
damaged, the muscle cells break open and spill their contents (including aldolase) in
blood. Therefore, the amount of al