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The Function of Circulation:

  • Multicellular organisms are organized into tissues and organs.
  • Organs Systems require Nutrients and Oxygen in order to function.

How are these Vital Nutrients and Gases moved throughout the body? ViaA Transport System which is necessary to perform the following:

  1. Transport gases, nutrient molecules, and wastes.
  2. Regulate internal temperature and transport chemical substances around the body.
  3. Protect against blood loss from injury and against diseases and
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 Hardware: consists of all the physical components of the computer (what we can see and touch). Example: a keyboard, a microprocessor, a screen…Main components  Motherboard: is a rigid plastic sheet with an engraved circuit on the surface where all the rest of the components are connected to.  Microprocessor: is an integrated circuit that acts as the computer´s brain. The chips have thousands of miniature electronic components.  RAM memory: a computer´s microprocessor continuously

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INSDUSTRIALIZATION AND INMIGRATION: In less than fifty years, the US was transformed from a rural republic into an urban state. The nation´s economic progress, based on iron, steam and electrical power, was speeded up by thousands of inventions like the telephone and typewriter, but the terrible working and living conditions and the unfair monopolies that characterized the industrial revolution in Britain, were repeated on an even bigger scale. An important factor was continuous and unrestricted

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Examen

EMT EXAM # 2

Chapters 4,5 7, 8, 10, 11

1. What is considered objective information.

 Is the one that is measurable or verifiable in some way. Might be the patients pulse rate. A sign is objective information


2. What is a pertinent negative.

 Signs or symptoms that might be expected, based on the chief complaint, but the ptient denies having. 


3. How do you document a patient’s chief complaint.

 Should be in the patient’s own words or in the words of a bystander, if the patient is unresponsive.


4.

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the primary sector in our days: the primary sector comprises the activities that provide primary resources. this activities are: agriculture, livestock, fishing, and forest exploitation.

population dedicated to the primary sector represnt the 40% of the total active population worldwide. productivity of the primary sector increases each year, but its economic weight decreases with respect.

in developed countries, the primary sector employs a small % of the active population, between 1% and 5%. they
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A&P- Science Olympiad

The integumentary system consists of the skin, hair, nails, the subcutaneous tissue below the skin, and assorted glands. [Functions:protection/regulation of temperature/sensory perception/regulate water loss/chemical synthesis][Physical barriers:waterproofing keratinized skin/Certain waterproofs & protects/][Biological barriers:Langerhan's cells,Macrophages,DNA][Temp Reg:sweat/constriction when cold][Cutaneous sensations:Messiner's corpuscles:light touch/Merkel discs:light touch/Pascinian
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