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Integumentary

Organs and Functions
Organs:

skin, hair, nails
Function:

protection from outside environment, homeostasis, receptors
Skeletal

Organs and Functions
Organs:

bones
Function:

provides structure to the body
Muscular

Organs and Functions
Organs:

muscles, tendons, ligaments
Function:

allows the body to move; movement
Nervous

Organs and Functions
Organs:

brain, spinal chord, neurons, diaphragm
Function:

communication, control
Endocrine

Organs and Functions
Organs:

glands
Function:

regulates function with hormones
Cardiovascular

Organs and Functions
Organs:

heart, blood vessels, blood
Function:

moves blood through the body
Lymphatic/Immune

Organs and Functions
Organs:

lymphnodes
Function:

maintenance of fluids in the body; immunity
Respiratory

Organs and Functions
Organs:

trachea, lungs, diaphragm
Function:

carries oxygen into the body
Digestive

Organs and Functions
Organs:

liver, stomach, intestines
Function:

provides nutrients or energy creation
Excretory/Urinary

Organs and Functions
Organs:

kidneys, bladder, ureter
Function:

water removal
superior / inferior
higher up (above) / below
anterior / posterior
in front of / behind
medial / lateral
towards the middle / away from the middle
dorsal / ventral
backside / stomach
proximal / distal
closer in / further away from the trunk of the body

*limbs are most distal
superficial / deep
towards the surface / deep
sagittal
cuts something into a left and right
midsagittal
cuts something into equal left and right sides; directly in the middle
frontal
cuts something into a front and back (anterior to posterior)
transverse
cuts something into a top and bottom (superior to inferior)
cranial
brain
abdominopelvic
everything under the diaphragm; not protected by bones
thoracic
from the diaphragm up (chest); heart and lungs
spinal
spinal chord; on the dorsal surface
normal heart rate

how is it measured?
60-70 bpm

heart rate monitor, fingers
normal temperature

how is it measured?
98.6 degrees

thermometer
normal respiratory rate

how is it measured?
20-22 bpm

respiratory rate monitor, count number of breaths per minute
normal blood pressure

how is it measured?
120/80

blood pressure meter (sphygmomanometer)