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Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer What Is Lung Cancer? Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for men and women. It is also the most preventable form of cancer. Tobacco use accounts for 87% of lung cancers. There are two major types of lung cancer: 1. Non-small cell lung cancer (87%)

By jacob
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Resident Board Review

Resident Board Review

Resident Board Review. Joseph G. Timpone Jr. MD Georgetown University Hospital. Case One.

By Roberta
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12 November 2008 Respiratory Physiology

12 November 2008 Respiratory Physiology

12 November 2008 Respiratory Physiology. Mostly white board diagrams in class today covering: 5L blood over tennis court = huge surface area for gas exchange. Ventilation = movement of air by bulk flow in response to pressure gradients (Boyle’s law) (Atmospheric and alveolar pressures)

By adamdaniel
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Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Ch 22. Respiration. 4 PROCESSES. Breathing (Pulmonary Ventilation) External Respiration Internal Respiration Cellular Respiration. Sinus Cavity. act as resonance chambers for speech mucosa warms and moistens the incoming air lightens facial bones. Pharynx.

By Audrey
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Mind-Body Medicine

Mind-Body Medicine

Mind-Body Medicine. Ashley Owen, Ph.D. Department of Family and Preventive Medicine. Mind-Body Medicine. What do you think of when you think of “Mind-Body Medicine”?. Mind-Body Medicine. Voodoo?. Mind-Body Medicine. Someone trying to sell you snake oil?. Mind-Body Medicine.

By salena
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Wegener’s Granulomatosis

Wegener’s Granulomatosis

Wegener’s Granulomatosis. Kelly Mitchell July 5, 2006 Morning Report. History of Wegener’s. In 1931, two patients died from prolonged sepsis with inflammation of blood vessels scattered throughout the body.

By albert
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Functional Human Physiology for the Exercise and Sport Sciences The Respiratory System

Functional Human Physiology for the Exercise and Sport Sciences The Respiratory System

Functional Human Physiology for the Exercise and Sport Sciences The Respiratory System. Jennifer L. Doherty, MS, ATC Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Florida International University. Overview of Respiratory Function. Respiration = the process of gas exchange

By pearly
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RESTRICTIVE LUNG DISEASE

RESTRICTIVE LUNG DISEASE

RESTRICTIVE LUNG DISEASE. ssharma.com By Sat Sharma Assistant Professor University of Manitoba. Background. The lung volumes are reduced either because of: 1. Alteration in lung parenchyma. 2. Diseases of the pleura, chest wall or neuromuscular apparatus.

By korbin
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Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer. What Is Lung Cancer?. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for men and women. It is also the most preventable form of cancer. Tobacco use accounts for 87% of lung cancers. There are two major types of lung cancer: 1. Non-small cell lung cancer (87%)

By kimn
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Pulmonary Pathophysiology

Pulmonary Pathophysiology

Pulmonary Pathophysiology. Amal abd elmoneim. The lungs. The respiratory acinus. Cartilage is present to level of proximal bronchioles Beyond terminal bronchiole gas exchange occurs The distal airspaces are kept open by elastic tension in alveolar walls. Type I pneumocyte.

By charity
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Bystander Effects

Bystander Effects

Bystander Effects. Bystander Effects. The signals sent by the bystander cells may help repair the damaged cell, or it may trigger the cell to commit cell suicide. When a cell is damaged by radiation, it can send signals to bystander cells, which are the cells near the “hit” cell.

By cormac
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Chapter 19- Bacteria

Chapter 19- Bacteria

Chapter 19- Bacteria. I. Bacteria. A. Classifying Prokaryotes 1. Prokaryotes are organisms WITHOUT a nucleus. 2. Prokaryotes can be divided into Eubacteria and Archaebacteria. B. Eubacteria 1. The larger of the two kingdoms of prokaryotes is the Eubacteria.

By hidi
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Topic 6.4

Topic 6.4

Topic 6.4. Gas Exchange. Why do we need Oxygen???. Aerobic cellular respiration Biochemical pathway Chemical bonds within a glucose molecule are broken..releasing Energy This E is stored as ATP Requires O 2 and gives off CO 2 Each of the 6 C in glucose are given off as CO 2.

By yoshino
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Asthma & Exercise Physiology and Pathophysiology

Asthma & Exercise Physiology and Pathophysiology

Asthma & Exercise Physiology and Pathophysiology. Michele R. Shaw, RN, PhD. Asthma General Mechanisms. Inflammatory response Involving T cells, mast cells, basophils, macrophages, T helper cells, and eosinophils (Hamid et al., 2003; Macfarlane et al., 2000; Wegmann et al., 2005)

By buzz
(225 views)

Three main types of lung disease

Three main types of lung disease

Three main types of lung disease .

By gus
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Obstructive Properties of Tar

Obstructive Properties of Tar

Obstructive Properties of Tar. An Experiment. What to do first …. Place the funnel in the jar. Line the funnel with filter paper Pour water into the filter. Note how quickly it flows. http://www.chem.ubc.ca/courseware/154/tutorials/exp4A/crufilt/crufilt-gravity.jpg. Try this next ….

By elmo
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PHYSICAL CHANGES WITH OLD AGE & THEIR IMPACT Mary C. Sengstock. Ph.D. Sociology, Wayne State University

PHYSICAL CHANGES WITH OLD AGE & THEIR IMPACT Mary C. Sengstock. Ph.D. Sociology, Wayne State University

PHYSICAL CHANGES WITH OLD AGE & THEIR IMPACT Mary C. Sengstock. Ph.D. Sociology, Wayne State University. BIOLOGICAL THEORIES: Will Not Discuss in Detail Will Consider Major Biological Issues … As They Impact on the Sociological Perspective . VARIATION IN FUNCTIONAL LEVELS.

By lucretia
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Nitrogen Oxides

Nitrogen Oxides

Nitrogen Oxides. The term nitrogen oxide typically refers to any binary compound of oxygen and nitrogen, or to a mixture of such compounds: Nitric oxide (NO) Nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ) Nitrous oxide (N 2 O).

By theola
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SECTION 18 NORMAL PEDIATRIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

SECTION 18 NORMAL PEDIATRIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

SECTION 18 NORMAL PEDIATRIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. Learning Objectives 1. Identify ways in which children are different from adults. 2. Identify major developmental milestones in the areas of language, mobility, and self-care.

By neo
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Terminology

Terminology

Terminology . Janina, Marius, Mareen, Ina and Romina. Concept. What is a concept?. A concept is represented by a symbol that we use to name any object e.g. plant green tree wood concept symbol. How do we identify concepts?.

By oakley
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