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1 page paper overview on the science of yoga using this video https://www.youtub

1 page paper overview on the Science of Yoga using this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIbR7odQklk

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In this week’s episode of “anatomy of a mystery”, elena received a brain scan because her weakened cognitive function which could have been caused by hitting her head in the crash.

In this week’s episode of “Anatomy of a Mystery”, Elena received a brain scan because her weakened cognitive function which could have been caused by hitting her head in the crash. Compare and contrast epidural and subdural hemorrhages, including what anatomy is affected and how, the symptoms of each, and possible outcomes.

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I will try and upload the textbook but please make ever in your own words

I uploaded all the questions. I will try and upload the textbook but please make ever in your own words

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Compar the difference between thin skin and thick skin.

1. Identify the major functions of the integumentary system.
2. Compar the difference between thin skin and thick skin.

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4 to >3.0 ptsabove average

Michael X, a 25-year-old aspiring nursing student with a history of polycystic kidney disease was shot in the chest and abdomen. On admission to the emergency room (ER), the first radiograph of the chest revealed a 6.4 mm bullet in the heart and the second bullet was located in the abdomen.
Using a minimum of 5 references (retrieved from either a science textbook or a scientific peer-reviewed journal) answer the following questions below.
Questions:
Upon evaluation of Michael’s condition, the ER physician concluded that the bullet entered between the 4th and 5th intercostal space and lodged into the left ventricle. What is the correct order of serous membranes and body cavities that the bullet could penetrate before lodging into the left ventricle?
The detectives assigned to the case were swift in retrieving the 0.25 caliber pistol that was used in the shooting. At the crime scene, they also collected DNA samples and fingerprints on the gun. As part of the team assigned to this case, explain why your team collected these pieces of evidence from the crime scene?
The MRI revealed a pericardial effusion. Describe how pericardial effusion can affect the anatomical structures and function of the heart.
Michael sustained an ankle injury during the incident. Describe the different types of bone joints that may have been affected.
Considering that the bullet hit the phrenic nerve. Describe the effect of the injury to the major muscle supplied by this nerve. Discuss the three types of muscle tissue, (include microscopic slides of these tissues) and classify the type of muscle tissue of the affected muscle.
Gunshot wounds to the chest are always associated with major blood loss and disruption of blood flow through the heart. Michael X is AB+. What blood type should he receive and why?
Michael X was moved to the ICU due to low oxygen saturation levels as measured by the oximeter and was complaining of dyspnea. A tracheostomy was indicated to mitigate his situation. Based on this information, describe what tracheostomy is and trace the pathway of air to the lungs after the tracheostomy was performed.
Michael became paraplegic due to the bullet reaching the lumbar segment of the spinal cord. Describe the transverse section of the spinal cord including the meninges and indicate the affected plexus that caused the loss of function.
Several organs in the abdomen were affected due to the second gunshot. The bullet reached the retroperitoneal space; what digestive and endocrine organs may have been affected. Please include the functions of these organs that may have been compromised.
Polycystic kidney disease is an inherited disorder in which portions of the nephron become structurally abnormal resulting in the growth of cysts within the kidney. As indicated in this case study Michael X has a medical history of polycystic disease. Trace the correct pathway of glomerular filtrate from the kidneys (i.e. starting at the renal corpuscle) to the urinary bladder
Rubric
CriteriaRatingsPts
1.This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 1
10 to >8.0 ptsExcellent
Mentions the correct order of serous membranes and body cavities penetrated by the bullet
8 to >6.0 ptsAbove Average
Mentions the correct order of some of the serous membranes and some body cavities penetrated by the bullet
6 to >4.0 ptsSufficient
Mentions some of the serous membranes and some body cavities without the correct order penetrated by the bullet
4 to >3.0 ptsMinimal
Mentions some of the serous membranes and omit body cavities penetrated by the bullet.
3 to >0 ptsPoor
Does not mention any serous membranes or body cavities penetrated by the bullet
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 2
5 to >4.0 ptsExcellent
Demonstrates an understanding of the cell and basic knowledge of the integumentary system
4 to >3.0 ptsAbove Average
Demonstrates some understanding of the cell and basic knowledge of the integumentary system
3 to >2.0 ptsSufficient
Demonstrates some understanding of the cell but not the basic knowledge of the integumentary system
2 to >1.0 ptsMinimal
Does not demonstrate any understanding of the cell but demonstrates the basic knowledge of the integumentary system
1 to >0 ptsPoor
Does not demonstrate any understanding of the cell or basic knowledge of the integumentary system
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 3
10 to >8.0 ptsExcellent
Describes all the anatomical structures affected by pericardial effusion and function of the heart
8 to >6.0 ptsAbove Average
Describes some anatomical structures affected by pericardial effusion and function of the heart
6 to >4.0 ptsSufficient
Does not describe the anatomical structures affected by pericardial effusion but mentions some functions of the heart
4 to >3.0 ptsMinimal
Describes the anatomical structures affected by pericardial effusion but not the function of the heart
3 to >0 ptsPoor
Does not describes any understanding of the anatomical structures affected by pericardial effusion or the function of the heart
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 4
10 to >8.0 ptsExcellent
Describes all the bones and joints affected by the accident
8 to >6.0 ptsAbove Average
Describes some of the bones and joints affected by the accident
6 to >4.0 ptsSufficient
Describes bones affected by the accident
4 to >3.0 ptsMinimal
Describes joints affected by the accident
3 to >0 ptsPoor
Does not describe any bones or joints affected by the accident
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 5
5 to >4.0 ptsExcellent
Mentions and describes the effect of injury on the diaphragm, discuss the three types of muscle tissues, classify the type of muscle tissue, and includes three microscopic slides
4 to >3.0 ptsAbove Average
Mentions and describes the effect of injury on the diaphragm, discuss some types of muscle tissues, classify the type of muscle tissue, and includes three microscopic slides
3 to >2.0 ptsSufficient
Mentions the effect of injury on the diaphragm, discuss some types of muscle tissues, classify the type of muscle tissue, and includes two microscopic slides
2 to >1.0 ptsMinimal
Does not mention or describes the effect of injury on the diaphragm, but mentions some types of muscle tissues and includes one microscopic slide
1 to >0 ptsPoor
Does not mention, describes the effect of injury on the diaphragm, the types of muscles tissues or include any microscopic slides.
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 6
10 to >8.0 ptsExcellent
Demonstrates an understanding of the ABO blood types and all the effects of blood mismatch
8 to >6.0 ptsAbove Average
Demonstrates some understanding of the ABO blood types and all the effects of blood mismatch
6 to >4.0 ptsSufficient
Demonstrates some understanding of the ABO blood types and some of the effects of blood mismatch
4 to >1.0 ptsMinimal
Demonstrates some understanding of the ABO blood types but not the effects of blood mismatch
1 to >0 ptsPoor
Does not demonstrate an understanding of the ABO blood types or the effects of blood mismatch
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 7
10 to >8.0 ptsExcellent
Describes the steps of tracheostomy and mentions all the tissues incised and the correct order of the anatomical structures through which air will flow to the lungs.
8 to >6.0 ptsAbove Average
Describes some steps of tracheostomy and mentions all of the correct order of the anatomical structures through which air will flow to the lungs.
6 to >4.0 ptsSufficient
Describes some steps of tracheostomy and mentions some of the correct order of the anatomical structures through which air will flow to the lungs
4 to >1.0 ptsMinimal
Describes some steps of tracheostomy and but does not mention the correct order of the anatomical structures through which air will flow to the lungs
1 to >0 ptsPoor
Does not describes the steps of tracheostomy or mentions any of the correct order of the anatomical structures through which air will flow to the lungs
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 8
10 to >8.0 ptsExcellent
Demonstrates an understanding of the transverse section of the spinal cord including the meninges and affected plexus by the accident
8 to >6.0 ptsAbove Average
Demonstrates some understanding of the transverse section of the spinal cord including the meninges and affected plexus by the accident
6 to >4.0 ptsSufficient
Demonstrates some understanding of the transverse section of the spinal cord not including the meninges and affected plexus by the accident
4 to >1.0 ptsMinimal
Demonstrates some understanding of the transverse section of the spinal cord
1 to >0 ptsPoor
Demonstrates no understanding of the transverse section of the spinal cord including the meninges and affected plexus by the accident
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 9
10 to >8.0 ptsExcellent
Lists all the digestive and endocrine organs affected by the passage of the bullet including their functions.
8 to >6.0 ptsAbove Average
Lists some of the digestive and endocrine organs affected by the passage of the bullet including their functions.
6 to >4.0 ptsSufficient
Lists some of the digestive organs affected by the passage of the bullet including their functions.
4 to >1.0 ptsMinimal
Lists some of the endocrine organs affected by the passage of the bullet including their functions.
1 to >0 ptsPoor
Does not list the digestive or endocrine organs affected by the passage of the bullet or their functions.
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion 10
15 to >10.0 ptsExcellent
Lists all the macroscopic and microscopic structures in the correct order through which the urine passes to reach the urinary bladder
10 to >5.0 ptsAbove Average
Lists some of the macroscopic and some of the microscopic structures in the correct order through which the urine passes to reach the urinary bladder
5 to >2.5 ptsSufficient
Lists some of the microscopic structures in the correct order through which the urine passes to reach the urinary bladder
2.5 to >2.0 ptsMinimal
Lists some of the macroscopic structures in the correct order through which the urine passes to reach the urinary bladder
2 to >0 ptsPoor
Does not list any macroscopic or microscopic structures in or the order through which the urine passes to reach the urinary bladder
15 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReferences
5 to >4.0 ptsExcellent
Paper is organized in an APA format and provides a minimum of five references which include in-text citation
4 to >3.0 ptsAbove Average
Paper appears to be somewhat organized in APA format and provides four references which include intext citation
3 to >2.0 ptsSufficient
Paper is not organized in APA format but provides three references which include at least two in-text citation
2 to >1.0 ptsMinimal
Paper is not organized in APA format, but provides two references which include one in-text citation
1 to >0 ptsPoor
Paper is not organized in an APA format and provides no references or in-text citation
5 pts
Total Points: 100

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Teri goes to see her pcp after feeling depressed last couple of months as well as experiencing a seizure earlier this week.

Teri goes to see her PCP after feeling depressed last couple of months as well as experiencing a seizure earlier this week. The physician orders a few test, results are shown below:
Low hematocrit
Low levels of Vit B12
Low Oxygen levels
Presence of autoantibodies against the parietal cell
Peripheral blood smear shows abnormal RBC (large pale RBCs)
After viewing the results, Teri is diagnosed with Pernicious Anemia; a condition in which autoantibodies destroys the parietal cells found within the stomach.
Address each of the following regarding Teri’s case:
Since the parietal cell is destroyed, which substance(s) is Teri lacking as a consequence?
What is the correlation between destruction of parietal cells and Vit B12 deficiency?
Due to her condition, Teri lacks Pepsin. Explain why.
If Teri were healthy, explain what her RBCs would look like?
What is hematocrit?
Low oxygen levels stimulate her body to create new RBCs by stimulating which process? Explain that process in depth.
What protein transports oxygen in our body and explain its structure?
What cell secretes antibodies and explain the various functions of antibodies.
What are the different types of antibodies and give two characteristics for each?
Explain the structure of an immunoglobulin.
Specifics:
Support your opinions with evidence from your readings and research.
You must reference a minimum of three (3) scholarly sources in your paper, which includes one non-Internet source.
Use current APA Style to format your paper and to cite your sources.
Your paper/total responses must be 3– to 4-pages in length not including the title page, abstract, and reference pages.Title page: Case Title, Full Name, Section, Date, Instructor and Campus
Abstract: Summarize the case in a paragraph
Introduction: The physiological importance of the digestive system, immune system, and cardiovascular system for the proper functioning of the human body
Body: Organize your analysis with headings that thoroughly answer the prompts
Conclusion: Summarize the paper in a paragraph
See rubric for specific grading criteria.

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Lab 6: the skeletal system lecture & instructions

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Lab 6: The Skeletal System Lecture & Instructions

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Learning goal: i’m working on a anatomy project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

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Answer all these question

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy exercise and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
answer all these question

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If you do not know it, keep moving forward and come back to it.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy practice test / quiz and need guidance to help me learn.
Practicum 1 Instructions:-Read the instructions before starting the practicum
Availability: **Do not start any later than 10:59 PM to have the full time for the practicum**
Number of Questions: 52 total questions (with 2 extra credit)Time Limit: 60 minutesPracticum 1 TopicsStructure List 01 – Overview.docx
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Structure List 02 – Cell.docx
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Structure List 03 – Tissues.docx
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Structure List 04 – Integumentary System.docx
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Practicum Tips-If identifying something using an arrow, only look at the TIP OF THE ARROW. The rest of the arrow does not matter.
-When writing your answers use the singular form of any structure to avoid variation from the answer key
-For your answers, use the form listed on your structure lists to ensure that you are using the complete term for the structure. That is how I will expect your answers to be written on quizzes and practicums.
-Use Chrome for your web browser. Do not use anything else (especially NOT SAFARI). Otherwise you may have issues with the images loading.
-Do not dwell on any single question. If you do not know it, keep moving forward and come back to it. You must be responsible for your own timing. If possible, use a timer to give yourself an alarm for when you have 25 minutes remaining (halfway) and 10 minutes remaining (finish up).
-Find a quiet space with strong and consistent wifi
I will be going over the practicum to check for partial credit after the practicum deadline. If you would like to go over the practicum, please come to office hours and ask questions.