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ORAL Mucositis in the cancer patient: A Tutorial

ORAL Mucositis in the cancer patient: A Tutorial

ORAL Mucositis in the cancer patient: A Tutorial. By Monique Swiecichowski, BSN,RN,CCRC Alverno College Picture from Microsoft Clipart. Navigation. Click on arrow to move back a slide. Click on arrow to move forward a slide. Click on underlined arrow to return to beginning slide.

By niveditha
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Integumentary System

Integumentary System

Integumentary System. Cutaneous membrane (skin) – our largest organ Accounts for 7% of body weight Divided into two distinct layers Epidermis Dermis Accessory structures Subcutaneous layer ( hypodermis ). Functions Of The Integument. Cushions and insulates deeper organs

By adamdaniel
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CLIL – Ruvo di Puglia 2017

CLIL – Ruvo di Puglia 2017

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. CLIL – Ruvo di Puglia 2017. INTRODUCTION. The subject of my CLIL lesson plan is “The Immune System” The lesson plan is addressed to 4th-year students in the high school Duration : about 6 hours

By niveditha
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Immunology: Basic Principles of Adaptive Immunity and Immunizations

Immunology: Basic Principles of Adaptive Immunity and Immunizations

Immunology: Basic Principles of Adaptive Immunity and Immunizations. 2007. Adaptive Immunity. Recognize non self Respond to a foreign invader Distinguish between invaders( potential pathogen). Antigen.

By doria
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Skin cancer: An introduction

Skin cancer: An introduction

Skin cancer: An introduction. Prof JL Marnewick Prof WCA Gelderblom Institute of Biomedical and Microbial Biotechnology Cape Peninsula University of Technology marnewickj@cput.ac.za gelderblomw@cput.ac.za. Panel members: Dr S Abel Dr M Lilly Dr T Magcwebeba Dr S Samodien Ms L Keet.

By delbert
(125 views)

How to use this PowerPoint presentation

How to use this PowerPoint presentation

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By laszlo
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Interstitial Lung Disease ILD

Interstitial Lung Disease ILD

Interstitial Lung Disease ILD. General description. ILDs represent a large and heterogeneous group of lower respiratory tract disorders. There are similar clinical signs and X-ray features . . The characteristic of clinical signs including:. Dyspnea after exercising

By noelani
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What are the health effects of breathing ozone?

What are the health effects of breathing ozone?

What are the health effects of breathing ozone?. Feroza Daroowalla, MD, MPH Division of Pulmonary Medicine Stony Brook University These slides were derived from the EPA website. What is ozone?. Ozone is a highly reactive gas molecule made up of three oxygen atoms

By kirima
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Immunity—non-specific/innate

Immunity—non-specific/innate

Immunity—non-specific/innate. Overview of immune response First line of defense—barriers Second line of defense Phagocytosis Inflammation Complement Fever Relationship to specific immune response or Third line of defense. Immune Response—Overview. First Line of Defense.

By bella
(244 views)

Cystic Fibrosis and the Lungs

Cystic Fibrosis and the Lungs

Cystic Fibrosis and the Lungs. By: Thomas Kupper 15 March 2006 Molecular Biology. Cystic Fibrosis. One of the most common autosomal-recessive diseases. First seen in newborn babies as: Persistant diarrhea Frequent Pneumonia Chronic coughing Salty skin Poor Growth.

By calder
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Practice Questions Day 8: Classification, Viruses, and Bacteria

Practice Questions Day 8: Classification, Viruses, and Bacteria

1). Practice Questions Day 8: Classification, Viruses, and Bacteria. 8B (R). 2 ). 4C (R). 3 ). 8B (R). 4 ). 8C (S). 5 ). 8C (S). 6 ). 4C (R). 7 ) Five general characteristics of organisms in kingdoms Plantae or Fungi are listed in the box.

By erelah
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Antibodies

Antibodies

Antibodies. How does your body fight infections?. Introduction. The body has to be ready to fight off anything which could do damage to it One of the ways that it can do this is by releasing lots of chemicals that will destroy anything in their path

By molly
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Introduction to Immunology BIOS 486A/586A

Introduction to Immunology BIOS 486A/586A

0. Introduction to Immunology BIOS 486A/586A. Kenneth J. Goodrum,Ph.D. Department of Biomedical Sciences Ohio University 2005. 0. Definition of Immunity.

By rico
(141 views)

Neurons

Neurons

Neurons. Neurons and neuroglia (multiple sclerosis and neuroglia) Where are neurons in the body? Types of neurons and their functions How do neurons work? Action potentials Synapses. Cell body with nucleus Axon (carries message) Note Schwann cells Dendrites (bring stimulus to cell body)

By sonja
(370 views)

Dermatology – history taking, examinations and explanations

Dermatology – history taking, examinations and explanations

Dermatology – history taking, examinations and explanations. Andriana Harris, Chieun Han. History. Site Localised or diffuse Symmetrical or asymmetrical Which body parts Appearance Size Shape Edge – well or poorly demarcated Colour – erythematous, pigmented, loss of pigment.

By felton
(297 views)

How to use this PowerPoint presentation

How to use this PowerPoint presentation

How to use this PowerPoint presentation. To watch the PowerPoint, click on the “Slide Show” menu and then “View Show” or just hit “F5”. If you don’t want to hear the narration, mute or turn off your computer speakers

By minor
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HOMING

HOMING

HOMING. 8-28-08. METASTATIC COLONIZATION. Ewing vs Paget. “Seed and soil” Organ-specific metastatic colonization of favorable microenvironment. Metastatic colonization is higher in the organs first encountered by the blood flow. Trapping vs homing (controlled arrest).

By britney
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Neurons

Neurons

Neurons. Neurons and neuroglia (multiple sclerosis and neuroglia) Where are neurons in the body? Types of neurons and their functions How do neurons work? Action potentials Synapses. Cell body with nucleus Axon (carries message) Note Schwann cells Dendrites (bring stimulus to cell body)

By eydie
(100 views)

Diseases of the Respiratory System

Diseases of the Respiratory System

Diseases of the Respiratory System. Infections of the Respiratory tract. Most common entry point for infections Upper respiratory tract nose, nasal cavity, sinuses, mouth, throat Lower respiratory tract Trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, and alveoli in the lungs. Fig. 21.1a.

By mattox
(310 views)

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND MECHANISMS OF DEFENSE

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND MECHANISMS OF DEFENSE

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND MECHANISMS OF DEFENSE. Chapter 13. Pathogens can cause damage to our bodies by. releasing harmful enzymes or toxins. causing our cells to rupture. using up our body’s resources. Types of Pathogens. Bacteria. Characteristics: Prokaryotic Single celled

By issac
(188 views)

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