I need a powerpoint presentation with animation of Pathogenesis of Asthma. Use easy terminology and words. I need speaker notes.
please lable the research and critical thinking parts. and if you can try to get the resources from the textbook listed in doucument that woould be great!
Disease I chose: lung cancer
will pick a disease for your pathophysiology paper. The disease must be for one of the organ systems covered this term listed in the syllabus. Select a disease from current events that is an emerging or reemerging concern to you or people in your area. Provide local epidemiological data for the disease.
The paper must be in APA format and 2-5 pages.
Your paper must include:
• Introduction to the disease and the organ system (history, signs, symptoms, epidemiology etc.)
• Discussion of the normal anatomy and physiology of the organ system involved cell and tissue populations involved, organs, primary functions, connections to other body systems)
• Discussion of the changes to the anatomy and physiology as a result of the disease (pathophysiology)
• Discussion of treatment/prevention options
research report for polycystic ovary. 4 pages long. 10 sources, must have in txt citations for them. must have images of the disease and laboratory findings. include treatment and specific doses. all instructions are in the file attached.
125 Words Miniumum
Click Reply when in a post to nest your responses under that main post.
RESEARCH (Label this section)
Teach the topic to students. Responses must add new information not previously discussed. Consider new factual information tied with critical thinking. Share interesting and current research on the topic.
Use APA citations in the post to clarify sources.
Do not simply summarize another student’s post and agree/disagree.
Consider starting out posts with, “A research article I found said,” “Did you know,” or “Three things I found interesting were… .”
CRITICAL THINKING (Label this section)
Pose new possibilities or opinions not previously voiced.
Connect the dots. Why is this an important topic for you, your community, society, or the world? How does it relate to other concepts in the text?
Add references and word count for all posts.
As a surgical tech working in Labor and delivery I have seen many mothers asking for a tubal ligation during a Caesarean Section ( C-Section) . Tubal ligation is
a medical sterillication procedure for women who are sure they don’t want a furure pregnancy. Tubal ligation is more complex procedure than a vasectomy and involves
going under general anaesthetic and several scalpel incisions. after the procedure many women will spend several hours in the hospital if the tubal ligation is performed
during a C -section the patient will stay longer . Post procedure patient will have to avoid physical activities after surgery no heavy lifting for about three weeks. This
procedure also may have benefits which include a lower risk of ovarian or tubal cancers and possibly an improvement in menstrual bleeding patterns. average cost for
a tubal ligation 2,880 to 5,163 according to 2021 study in reproductive health. A vasectomy a form of male birth control that cuts the supply of sperm to your semen.
this procedure is performed under local anaesthetic patient has a option to pick twilight . It takes around 15 minutes and the patient is able to leave just about after
the procedure. patient can expect minor discomfort for two to three days mild swelling or bruising. physical activity should be avoided for about two weeks.
research shows that compared to a tubal ligation a vasectomy is not only simpler ,safer and more effective it also alot less expensive . vasectomy average
cost 350 to 1,000.
Tubal ligation and vasectomies are both more than 99% effective at preventing pregnancy . Why don’t more men get vasectomies if they can get it reversal if they
decide to have more children.Ultimately this comes down to lifestyle and personal choice. A vasectomy is preferable for most couples as it has lower rates of
complications, is a simpler procedure and costs less. However tubal ligation is still a very reliable and safe method of sterilisation that many women might choose to
undergo for peace of mind. If you know or suspect that you are both particularly fertile, it’s not unreasonable to undergo both procedures.
For this topic, I would like for you all to research the integumentary system and using complete sentences, answer the following questions:
Cells of the epidermis derive from stem cells of the stratum basale. Describe how the cells change as they become integrated into the different layers of the epidermis.
What are the different layers of the skin and how do they differ from one another?
Read the article that is attached to this file and write a summary that describes the procedures and finidings. Explain the reasonings for why they conduct this case study and wha they wish to accomplish as well as their purpose. Make sure to include the statistics/data in the article to provide support.
The skin and accessory structures perform a variety of essential functions, such as protecting the body from invasion by microorganisms, chemicals, and other environmental factors; preventing dehydration; acting as a sensory organ; modulating body temperature and electrolyte balance; and synthesizing vitamin D.
The underlying hypodermis has important roles in storing fats, forming a “cushion” over underlying structures, and providing insulation from cold temperatures.
For this discussion:
select TWO functions of the integumentary system
describe the physiology behind them
provide examples of each.
Leader cells are both genetically and behaviorally different from the main body of the tumor. Researchers hope to identify the genetic mutations that cause cells to become leaders to give them new opportunities for treating breast cancers and preventing metastasis.
What makes some cells become “leaders” and others “followers”? Can we predict if a cell will become a “leader” or “follower”?
Investigate mutations in specific genes that can lead to abnormal cell division and proliferation, which can lead to cancer. Provide detailed information, in your own words, with references provided, about the specific mutation you have chosen and its role in the progression of cancer.
Provide a brief overview of the entire auditory system, including the outer ear, middle ear, inner ear, eighth nerve, and central auditory nervous system.
Explain the gross and fine anatomy of the temopral bone, outter ear, and middle ear. Explain the function (physiology) of the three auditory pathways. Explain possible pathologies that can affect the three auditory pathways, this includes etiology, progression, effects on auditory function, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis.
Provide examples of how hearing is measured (audiological evaluation)
Give examples of hearing losses that may be consistent with pathologies discussed above. Please include audiograms with discription of the pathology