Discuss Veatch’s proposed models of medicine. How do you see these models impacting the field of medicine? How do these models affect the service health care professionals offer to their patients? Do you feel these categories are adequate or proper in the world of medicine?
Several food items can contain digestive enzymes but the manufacturer’s claims are necessary to digest food properly. What will happen to these enzymes in the stomach? Will the enzymes continue to function once they have reached the small intestine? Why or why not?
Cells are the basic living unit of structure and function in organisms. Describe the following terms related to human cell (in 30-40 words each) 1.1) Structure of cell 1.2) Function of cell 1.3) Cellular respiration 1.4) Requirements of cell for survival
Movement of substances within and between body fluids, sometimes across a barrier such as the cell membrane is essential to normal physiology. Mention the direction, requirement and one example of substance transported by the following transport systems. Transport system [Active transport ] Requirement [Carrier molecule and cell energy] Example [Ions, sugars, amino acids] Direction [Low to high concentration] 4.1) Simple Diffusion 4.2) Facilitated diffusion 4.3) Osmosis 4.4) Hydrostatic force
Environmental health problems arising from environmental emergencies are connected to their effects on the physical, biological and social environment that pose a threat to human health. Specify one (1) effect of the following environmental emergencies on human body and mention any three (3) signs and symptoms of the particular effect. Environmental emergencies Effect on human body (1) Signs and symptoms (3) 5.1) Diving 5.2) High altitude 5.3) Temperature
Mr Jims, 68 year-old man presented to the Emergency Department following a house fire. The flat below his had caught fire during the night, and the smoke rose through the floors and windows, and the patient was exposed to significant smoke inhalation. He is suspected to have carbon monoxide poisoning. Answer the following questions based on the scenario. 6.1) What might be the pathophysiological changes brought about by carbon monoxide in his body? 6.2) Enlist the seven (7) possible signs and symptoms that the patient may manifest?