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This presentation is about vomiting(Throw-up) and is related to digestive system.

stefanies18 suk

on 28 September 2010

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Transcript of Vomiting

Vomiting is the action that expells the contents of the stomach through the mouth. Vomiting can cause death by suffocation in people who accidentally breathe in the vomitus (vomited material) Defination of vomiting Sources,causes, or root of vomiting Vomiting Tartar-emetic,Dysentery, Acidreflux, and dizziness can cause vomiting Side-effects,which body system,or body parts does it effect? Digestive system is the system that effects vomiting(nerve system) Mophine treat several other medical problems Medicine for vomiting Esophagus is one of the body parts that effects vomiting Vomiting,ejection of food and other matter from the stomach through the mouth,often preceded by naused. Smallnote3 By: Stefanie suk THE END Small note 1 For example, Eating and vomiting is related to Digestive System Vomiting is mostly caused when we eat somthing wronge Small note 2 Hello my name is Stefanie. My condition is vomiting and I hope you enjoy my presentation. Thank you for listning to my presentation^.^ Digestive System What is tartar-emetic,Dysentery, and Acidreflux? Tartar-emetic,is a medicinal preparation once used to cause vomiting Dysentery is disease involving inflammation of the lining of the large intestine Acid reflux is the medical condition in which acid from the stomach flows back into the esophagus
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