List and indentify Manifestations of impaired cardiac structure and function?
This is something you can easily find on the Internet or in text books.
Think of what functions the heart performs. Hint: it is a pump. So why do we need a pump in our bodies?
In cardiac disease, what happens to the body? to the heart muscle?
Think of what the heart needs in order to perform properly (hint: respiratory system and oxygen).
What happens to the respiratory system if the heart pumps poorly?
I think if you can answer those questions, you'll easily think of 5 things that indicate impaired cardiac function.
This is the ability of a structure to carry out its intended role; e.g., an incompetent mitral valve means one that is somehow impaired in its function.
impaired kidney function
blood problems and impaired bodily function
Because the proper function of their brain is impaired.
euphoric drowsy impaired mental function slowed down respiration
Then you sir are messed up.
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The motor function supplied by those nerve would be impared.
Often, normal brain function is impaired and children with encephaloceles experience delays in development.
albuminuria - presence of protein albumin
Paralysis. Paralysis Impaired psychomotor function reduces a person's ability to operate equipment safely. Paralysis
It enables the blind and visually impaired to learn and function more independently in everyday life.
Disease is any change from a state of health; impaired body function.
impaired urination and sexual function bladder infections stomach disorders, due to the impaired ability of the stomach to empty (gastric stasis) nausea, vomiting and bloating dizziness, lightheadedness, and fainting spells
An animal cell lacking oligosaccharides on the external surface of its plasma membrane would likely be impaired in which function?
Heroin is metabolized by the liver, and impaired liver function can definitely slow it down.
An organic brain disorder refers to impaired brain function due to damage or deterioration of brain tissue.
Elevation of cholesterol levels, heart problems, paralysis, a loss of immune function and impaired metabolism.
The side effects of an alcohol hangover include nausea, impaired mental function, fatigue, and diarrhea.
The correct answer is: An infection is growth of pathogenic microorganisms in the body, whether or not body function is impaired. Disease is any change from a state of health; impaired body function. The disease state is associated with the manifestation of symptoms such as fever, pain, aches etc., due to failure of immune system to control in the first round of the growth of infectious agent (s).
Nursing Diagnosis for Liver Abscess Impaired Liver Function Acute pain Deficient knowledge (diagnosis and treatment) Imbalanced nutrition: Less than body requirements Risk for impaired skin integrity Risk for infection
Coating the skin with any nonporous substance reduces the functions of skin and can be fatal is enough skill is so covered.
The function of the cerebal arterial circle (Circle of Willis) is protection. It provides alternate pathways for blood to reach the brain tissues in the case of arterial occlusion or impaired bloodflow anywhere in the system.
Lack of blood flow to muscle tissue can cause impaired function and a loss of sensation.
yes definitely. brain function is severely impaired by drug usage, this damage is irrepairable and will eventually limit brain function and effect motor skills as well as memory significantly.
It can cause headaches, eye, nose and throat irritations. It may cause the lung function impaired, coughing and wheezing.
No. Cirrhosis is a degeneration of cells, leading to impaired liver function and liver damage. Where as a liver abscess is an accumulation of pus.
If there is an abnormality in either the development or function of B lymphocytes, the ability to make antibodies will be impaired. This allows the body to be susceptible to recurrent infections.
The goal of shoulder resection arthroplasty is to restore function to an impaired shoulder, with its required motion range, stability, strength, and smoothness.
Short term effects of alcohol: -slurred speech -Impaired mental function -loss of muscular coordination -nausea and vomiting
Opportunistic infections are diseases or conditions caused by microbes that would not affect a healthy person. They affect those with impaired immune function.
As a result of impaired peroxisome function, an individual's tissues and cells can accumulate very long chain fatty acids (VLCFA) and branched chain fatty acids (BCFA) that are normally degraded in peroxisomes.
1) Allergy to the contrast agent or iodine. 2) Impaired renal function (relative contraindication - it maybe acceptable at some times with caution).
Hypothyroidism has many causes, the most usual being a deficiency in iodine. The condition is also associated with stress and impaired thyroid function.
Kidney impairment indicates a problem, but kidney failure refers to the inability of a kidney to do it's job. You can live with one kidney or impaired kidney function, but if the kidneys fail to function, this is incompatible with life if not corrected.
Bone cancer will affect your body depending on its severity. In extreme cases, the bone structure is impaired which means it cannot offer support to the functions of the body.
Regular use of marijuana can result in very mild brain damage, slightly impaired lung function, and temporarily increased heart rate.
The Pathophysiology of a spinal cord injury is typically defined as damage or trauma to the spinal cord that in turn results in a loss or impaired function, resulting in reduced mobility or feeling. Both respiratory and autonomic function is also usually affected.
Impaired - the way it was asked.
Probably not, if it was a "standard" drink of one beer, one 8 oz. glass of wine or one shot of liquor. The exception might be a very small person, or someone with with impaired liver function. (Of course, they don't usually stop with one.) If you give it an hour, you should be safe as houses.
What would happen if to muscle tissues individual muscles and the muscular system if muscle cells failed to function properly?
If muscle cells do not function properly, the muscle tissues do not function correctly and individual muscles will not operate properly. This will cause the muscular system to break down, which could lead to impaired movement and other defective processes.
Lymphedema is when a certain part of the body swells up because of an accumulation of fluid in the tissue in that area. The most common way it develops is when lymphatic vessels or their function are impaired or missing.
- refers to impaired brain function due to damage or http://www.answers.com/topic/deterioration of brain tissue.(www.answers.com, search for organic brain disorder) http://www.answers.com/
My brother seems to be morally impaired. The ravages of time may bring impaired hearing.
Reduced red blood cell count Loss of appetite Pale lips Pale eyelids Weakness Fatigue Lightheadedness Tiredness Headache Shortness of breath on exertion Pallor Concentration problems Rapid heartbeat Irregular heartbeat Chest pain Dizziness Impaired cognitive ability Cold skin
impaired dentition cause
it is a blood clot which is impaired.