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Draft A&P 1 Chapter 1: Introduction

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Chapter 1: Introduction
What is anatomy and physiology?
What is anatomy?
What is physiology?
What is the principle of complimentarity?
Organ Systems
Necessary Life Functions
Directional Terminology
Organ Systems
Organ Systems
Organ System Interrelationships
Survival Needs
Feedback
Control
Positive
Feedback
Negative
Feedback
Necessary Life Functions: Assessments
Survival Needs: Assessments
Organ System Interrelationships: Assessments
Levels of Structural Organization
Terminology: Regions
Negative Feedback: Assessments
Positive Feedback: Assessments
Exam 1 Essay Question
Use various sources to find a disease associated with each level of structural organization
Atoms
Molecules
Organelles
Cells
Tissues
Organs
Organ Systems
Organism
In Cystic Fibrosis, Cl- is not pumped in and out of cells as it should be.
In Cystic Fibrosis, Cl- is not pumped in and out of cells as it should be. If Cl- cannot move, the molecule H2O cannot follow.
Cystic Fibrosis is due to an error in the Golgi apparatus where the Golge destroys the protein necessary to move Cl-
Sickle cell anemia occurs when red blood cells turn from round into long sickle shapes.
In Cystic Fibrosis, the inability to move water into and out of cells results in a buildup of mucus. This mucus blocks small tubes in the pancreas and reproductive system. It also fills up air sacs in the lung.
In Cystic Fibrosis, when the lungs fill with mucus, it is difficult to get air from the lung into the blood.
In Cystic Fibrosis, when the lungs fill with mucus and it is difficult to get air from the lung into the blood, the respiratory system fails to deliver enough oxygen to the body.
In Cystic Fibrosis, when the lungs fill with mucus and it is difficult to get air from the lung into the blood, the respiratory system fails to deliver enough oxygen to the body. This will lead to organ system failure and eventually death.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_abbreviations_for_diseases_and_disorders
Terminology: Planes
Terminology: Directional Terms
Terminology: Cavities
Terminology: Abdominopelvic Regions
Exam 1 Essay: Describe a possible pathological connection between the organ systems. A connection two, three or more organ systems, all organ systems should be used at least once.
Problems with digestive system may result in not enough nutrient absorption.
Lack of nutrients leads to failure of male reproductive system to provide "fuel" for sperm resulting in low sperm motility.
Failure of immune system leads to persistence of bacteria.
Bacteria scar female reproductive system leading to infertility
Weakened respiratory muscles make it difficult to breathe in; lack of oxygen availability.
Neurons fail due to lack of oxygen
Endocrine system fails to control calcium levels.
Decreased calcium leads to weakened bones.
Weakened bones do not provide a strong structure for muscles to pull against. Muscles are weaker.
Failure of lymphatic system makes it difficult to collect leaked fluid.
Fluid builds up in skin, causing edema. Skin cannot make vitamin D and has sores that allow pathogens to enter.

Urinary fails to get rid of extra fluid.
Extra fluid places additional demands on the heart and raises blood pressure.
Examples
Interactions at Levels of Structural Organization
https://www.biodigital.com/
Exam 1 Essay Question
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_abbreviations_for_diseases_and_disorders
How does the principle of complimentarity relate to clinical care?
How does the principle of complimentarity relate to clinical testing?
How does the principle of complimentarity relate to pharmacology?
How does the principle of complimentarity relate to pathology?
Protein in the diet in kidney disease
Elevating legs to assist the skeletal pump.
B vitamins and hypertension
Urinalysis
EEG
Blood Pressure
ECG
Auscultation
Cardiac Drugs
Diuretics
Adrenergics
Set up colors to match your Bloom's
Different purples for each big idea
Where can you put assessment: Practice or formative assessment in each circle; the assessment in that circle builds up from previous circles as you radiate out.

Create quizzes in each box by simpling having the text sooo small that the answer cannot be read. This is about practice and seeing mcq.

'Have you ever...?' Quiz
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Complete the question:

Have you ever
e____ fish and chips?
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Complete the question:

Have you ever
b_____ a window?
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Complete the question:

Have you ever m__ a famous person?
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Complete the question:

Have you ever l___ your mobile phone?
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Complete the question:

Have you ever b___ to London?
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Complete the question:

Have you ever r_____ a horse?
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Complete the question:

Have you ever b_____ an expensive birthday present?
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Complete the question:

Have you ever w______ a song?
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Have you ever f________ someone's birthday?
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Have you ever d_____ a car?
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Have you ever ridden a horse?
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Answer

Have you ever bought an expensive birthday present?
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Have you ever written a song?
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Have you ever forgotten someone's birthday?
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Answer

Have you ever driven a car?
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Have you ever eaten fish and chips?
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Have you ever broken a window?
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Have you ever met a famous person?
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Have you ever lost your mobile phone?
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Have you ever been to London?
Questions 1-5 here
Answers 1-5 here
Answers 6-10 here
Questions 6-10 here
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Put objectives in the slide: Use HAPS or ours?
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