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Anatomy & Physiology Physiology Nursing

03/18/18

question about hypokalemia/hyperkalemia

this is really confusing me! so say someones TOTAL body potassium were to stay the same but they developed BLOOD hyperkalemia due to something like low insulin levels or acidosis. ultimately the... more
Anatomy & Physiology

02/23/18

How can I list them in order from 1 - 4 ?

Put the following events in order from 1 to 4.__ Air flows into the lungs__ Phrenic and external intercostal nerve innervate diaphragm and intercostal muscles__Thoracic cavity enlarges in three... more
Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy And Physiology

02/23/18

How can I put the following events in order from 1 to 4 ?

Put the following events in order from 1 to 4? __ CNS stops sending impulses to diaphragm and external intercostals. __Prssure gradient results in air flowing out of lungs __ Reduced thoracic... more
Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy Health

10/25/17

Why don't beta blockers interfere with skeletal muscle?

Beta blockers are a group of drugs given after an acute myocardial infarction (heart attack) to reduce the sympathetic stimulation of the heart muscle. They work by blocking β1 adrenergic... more
Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy Physiology

10/24/17

Why don't beta blockers interfere with skeletal muscles?

1. Beta blockers are a group of drugs given after an acute myocardial infarction (heart attack) to reduce the sympathetic stimulation of the heart muscle. They work by blocking β1 adrenergic... more
Anatomy & Physiology

05/09/17

myelination (increase or decrease) current leakage from axons

myelination (increase or decrease) current leakage from axons
Anatomy & Physiology Digestive System

05/06/17

What is the digestive hormone that dilates intestinal capillaries?

 What is the digestive hormone that dilates intestinal capillaries?
Anatomy & Physiology Biology Anatomy

05/03/17

How does the diameter of a blood vessel affect blood low rate and blood flow volume?

How does the diameter of a blood vessel affect blood low rate and blood flow volume? How does increasing the viscosity of blood affect blood flow rate and volume?
Anatomy & Physiology

04/30/17

How does the heart compensate for the effects of inflammation?

How does the heart compensate for the effects of inflammation?
Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy Pathophysiology

04/29/17

Secondary hypertension

Secondary hypertension may be classified as idiopathic. is the uncontrollable, severe, and rapidly progressive form of hypertensive disease. may develop as a complication to a renal disease such as... more
Anatomy & Physiology Science Biology

04/03/17

Tracing blood flow from heart to regions of the shoulder and brachium

Trace blood from the heart to the muscle indicated and back to the heart in each of the columns below. Your trace should be a columnar list of all vessels through which the blood passes on its... more
Anatomy & Physiology Science Anatomy

02/24/17

What is a secondary function of the lymphatic system?

What is a secondary function of the lymphatic system? a. Maintaining fluid balanceb. Fighting infectionc. Cleaning the bloodd. Making lymph
Anatomy & Physiology Science Anatomy

02/24/17

Which list describes the path of lymphocytes through the thymus?

Which list describes the path of lymphocytes through the thymus?  a. Tissues, veins, thymusb. Tissues, lymph vessels, thymusc. Lymph vessels, thymus cortex, thymus medullad. Lymph vessels, thymus... more
Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy Anatomy And Physiology

02/24/17

David is stung by a bee on his arm. What can the lymphatic system do to remove the venom from the stinger?

David is stung by a bee on his arm. What can the lymphatic system do to remove the venom from the stinger?  a. Lymph trunks can redirect the venom to the lymph nodes.b. Lymph nodes near the sting... more
Anatomy & Physiology

02/21/17

These features are common to all connective tissues except

A) most cells are not in direct contact with each other.B) interstitial fluid is so scarce that it is not visible with a light microscope.C) cells usually occupy less space than extracellular... more
Anatomy & Physiology

02/21/17

__________________ tissues respond quickly to outside stimuli by means of changes in membrane potential, thus they are called __________________ tissues.P

A) Muscular and nervous; excitableB) Connective and muscular; responsiveC) Adipose and areolar; complexD) Epithelial and connective; irritableE) Nervous and connective; excitable
Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy

02/18/17

Topic: Cellular Metabolism

Carbohydrates are not the only macromolecule that are metabolized by our body cells. Identify the process that allows the cell to metabolize fatty acids?Identify the process that allows the cell to... more
Anatomy & Physiology

02/15/17

This question is pertaining to Anatomy and Physiology

1) One potential cause of valve dysfunction is rupture of the chordae tendineae. Why would this lead to valve dysfunction? Would this affect the atrioventricular valves, the semilunar valves, or... more
Anatomy & Physiology

02/15/17

This question is pertaining to Anatomy and Physiology

1) In the surgical procedure called a bypass graft, a vessel is removed from a patient and used to make a vascular bridge that bypasses one of that patient's blocked arteries. A common vessel used... more
Anatomy & Physiology

02/15/17

This question is pertaining to Anatomy and Physiology

1) Your patient presents with severe abdominal pain. Your teams orders a CT scan and discovers a large blood clot lodged in the celiac trunk. What organs could this blood clot potentially affect?... more
Anatomy & Physiology

02/15/17

This Question Is Pertaining to Anatomy and Physiology

1) Would a blood clot lodged in one of the anterior or posterior communicating arteries of the cerebral arterial circle be likely to cause significant symptoms? Why or why not?
Anatomy & Physiology

02/11/17

Arrange the following list of biochemical events in the correct sequence. A) Cross-Bridge bends slightly, pulling on the Actin Filament B) An impulse is condu

Arrange the following list of biochemical events in the correct sequence.A) Cross-Bridge bends slightly, pulling on the Actin FilamentB) An impulse is conducted along the sarcolemma and then deep... more
Anatomy & Physiology Science Anatomy

01/30/17

What environmental conditions induce hemoglobin to release oxygen?

What environmental conditions induce hemoglobin to release oxygen?Select one:a. An environment low in oxygenb. An environment high in oxygenc. An environment under high pressured. An environment... more
Anatomy & Physiology Science Anatomy

01/30/17

How does air pressure control expiration?

How does air pressure control expiration? Select one:a. A decrease in air pressure within the lungs allows air to flow in.b. An increase in air pressure within the lungs allows air to flow out.c. A... more
Anatomy & Physiology

01/29/17

what are the four survival factors that living organisms require to maintain life?

What are the four survival factors that living organisms require to maintain life?
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