SC121 unit 1 Discussion

SC121 unit 1 Discussion

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Why is learning the regions of the body with their proper terminology important? To understand and be able to communicate medical terminology is very important in the medical field. It is how one another communicate during the work shift. It helps make sure there is no confusion or mix ups while talking or writing up […]

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SC121 Unit 9 Assignment Case Study Report

SC121 Unit 9 Assignment Case Study Report

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Case Study Report Case 2 1.He has been diagnosed with a PNS called Guillain-Barre Syndrome. My reasoning behind this diagnoses is that his symptoms are similar to those associated with this disorder. He had lower and upper muscle weakness as well as his trouble breathing and having to be put on a ventilator. He also […]

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SC121 Unit 5 Seminar Option 2

SC121 Unit 5 Seminar Option 2

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nit 5 Seminar Option 2 Kaplan University SC121 Why does age play a role in skin related changes? With age, skin may also bruise more easily, due to loss of support around blood vessel walls that happens with age. isn’t as smooth or tight as it once was. It may also be drier, more fragile, […]

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SC121 Unit 4 Seminar Option 2

SC121 Unit 4 Seminar Option 2

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SC121 Unit 4 Seminar Option 2 Kaplan University Why does cardiac tissue contain intercalated discs? The reason why cardiac muscle contain intercalated discs is because individuals heart muscle cells (cardiomyocytes) are connected by intercalated discs which work as a single functional organs or syncytium, whereas on the other hand skeletal muscle consists of multi-nucleated muscle […]

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SC121 Unit 4 Assignment Part 1 and Part 2

SC121 Unit 4 Assignment Part 1 and Part 2

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SC121 Unit 4 Assignment PART 1 1. Why are cells are important to the body Cells, well for one without them we wouldn’t have a body. We need cells to survive.Just like You know that you need air to breathe.Your body has many different kinds of cells. The cells within an organ work to allow […]

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SC121 Unit 2 Wiley Plus lab Enzyme Activity Pre Lab Reporting

SC121 Unit 2 Wiley Plus lab Enzyme Activity Pre Lab Reporting

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Synopsis of Experiment The effect of pH, temperature, or substrate concentration on sucrase activity will be assessed in experimental [active sucrase present] and control [active sucrase absent] sucrose solutions by measuring the product [glucose or fructose] produced. The following process is used. Sucrose solutions – with and without active sucrase – are hydrolyzed during a […]

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SC121 UNIT 9 Assignment CaseStudy Report 1

SC121 UNIT 9 Assignment CaseStudy Report 1

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Leah Holm Case Study Report Case study number: 3 Diagnosis. How was this diagnosis determined? Mrs. Bree Wakefield is diagnosed with Meningococcal Meningitis. Her symptoms were fever, stiff neck, drowsiness, vomiting, severe headache, rash, light sensitivity, and beginning stages of kidney failure. These symptoms are almost flu like and can rapidly get worse. You’ll typically […]

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SC121 UNIT 9 Assignment Case Study 3 Report

SC121 UNIT 9 Assignment Case Study 3 Report

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Case Study Report Case study number: 3 Diagnosis. How was this diagnosis determined? Mrs. Bree Wakefield is diagnosed with Meningococcal Meningitis. Her symptoms were fever, stiff neck, drowsiness, vomiting, severe headache, rash, light sensitivity, and beginning stages of kidney failure. These symptoms are almost flu like and can rapidly get worse. You’ll typically develop symptoms […]

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SC121 UNIT 5 Discussion

SC121 UNIT 5 Discussion

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SC121 UNIT 5 DB What is Morgellons Disease? Morgellons disease is a delusional disorder that leads to the belief that one has parasites or foreign material moving in, or coming out of, the skin. It involves sores, crawling sensations on and under the skin, and fiber-like filaments emerging from the sores. What are the symptoms […]

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SC 121 Unit 6 DB

SC 121 Unit 6 DB

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Women 50 and younger need 1,000 mg of calcium per day. It is also recommended to not exceed 2,500 mg per day for adults up to age 50. How much calcium should you be consuming for your gender and age? During the week dinner isn’t usually much of anything special. My husband works nights and […]

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