Ears, Nose, Mouth, Throat. Ears. Summary of any symptom should include PQRSTU. P= provocative or palliative Q= quality or quantity R= region or radiation S= severity scale T= timing (onset, duration, frequency) U= understand client’s perception. Anatomy.By linh
Immune System. Disease. Any change in the body not due to injury that disrupts homeostasis Pathogens = Sickness makers How do we know pathogens make you sick?. Koch’s Postulates. The suspected causal organism must be constantly associated with the disease.By Olivia
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
I Breathe What?. Chemicals. Exhaust. Pollen. Dirt. Dust Storms. Can Dirt in the Air be a Good Thing?. How does dirt get in your house?. Windows Doors Air Conditioning Pets You!. Facts About Breathing. You breath about 26,000 times a day (16-18 breaths per minute)By johana
View Nasal hair PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Nasal hair PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Nasal hair presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.
frontal view of the skull. frontal. parietal. nasal. supraorbital foramen. optic foramen. zygomatic. i nfraorbital foramen. sphenoid . maxilla. mental foramen. mandible. lateral view of the skull. parietal. frontal. sphenoid. occipital. ethnoid. temporal. nasal. external
Nasal cavity & Post nasal space. Gunasekaran. Bony framework Nasal bone Frontal process of the maxilla Nasal process of the frontal bone Cartilaginous framework Lower lateral (greater alar), right and left Upper lateral (lateral nasal), right and left
Nasal polyps. Nasal polyps are grape like growths of the skin mucosa that project into the cavities of the nose and paranasal sinuses Causes - exact cause is unknown Risk factors – person with chronic viral or bacterial infections have a higher incidence of nasal polyps.
Nasal Decongestant:. Nasal decongestants are vasoconstrictive drugs extremely useful as nonprescription medication. Both oral and topical dosage forms are often chosen as therapy in the common cold.. Mechanism of action:. Nasal decongestants belong to the pharmacological class of sympathomimetic amines. Decongestant stimulates alpha-adrenergic agonist, by constriction of blood vessels, reducing its supply to the nose, decrease the amount of blood in sinusoid vessels and decrease mucosal ed30646
Nasal Granulomas. Dr. Vishal Sharma. Definition of granuloma. Granulomas result from chronic inflammation & consist of: a. macrophages b. epithelioid cells (active macrophages resembling epithelial cells)
Nasal Stops. Nasals. Distinct vocal tract configuration. Nasal cavity (open). Oral cavity (closed). Pharyngeal cavity. Features of nasals. Vocal tract longer than for oral sounds ↓ resonant (formant) frequencies Nasal formant/murmur Nasal cavity is acoustically absorbent
Nasal Polyps. Dr. Vishal Sharma. Nasal Polyp. Hypertrophied, oedematous, prolapsed mucosa of nose & paranasal sinus. Properties of nasal polyp: Gray in colour G listening Smooth surface P edunculated I nsensitive to pain Mobile D oes not bleed on probing.
Congestión nasal. *Es una obstrucción de las fosas nasales, los sinusoides se llenan de sangre, se produce cuando la mucosa se inflama como respuesta al ataque de virus, bacterias o causantes de gripes, alergias o rinitis,
Nasal fractures. Trauma to nose. Nasal trauma. Aetiology - commonly - assault - motor vehicle accidents - sports injuries. Nasal trauma. Apart from actual fracture of nasal bones, injuries include: - soft tissue - septal cartilage fracture / dislocation