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Which organ is yangest of yang according to the yellow emperors classic
The Heart
GB 30 is innervated by?
inferior gluteal cutaneous nerve
inferior gluteal nerve
sciatic
This is what IS located in the Porta Hepatis
Common Bile Duct
Hepatic Portal Vein
Hepatic Artery Proper
Which of the following is not a neurotransmitter found in the brain?
Some of the choices were:
Glycin
Norepinepherin
Dopamine
Neuroopiates
acetycholine,dopamine, norepineherine, seratonin,histamine, GABA, glutamate,endorphines, Enkephalins, nitric oxide
To asultate the lung you should listen to:
To asultate the lung you should listen to:
What dosage of ren shen is safe to use in emergencies?
Note that in emergencies up to 30g can be used, divided into multiple doses
scapula muscles
Pectoralis Minor
Coracobrachialis
Serratus Anterior
Triceps Brachii (Long Head)
Biceps Brachii (Short Head)
Biceps Brachii
Subscapularis
Rhomboid Major
Rhomboid Minor
Levator Scapulae
Trapezius
What is the distance from Ren 4 to Ren 6
1.5 cun
UB 10
UB 10 1.3 cun lateral to Du 15 and .5 cun superior to the posterior hairline, in a depression on the lateral aspect of the trapezius muscle.
Which point is not used for revival?
Points for Resuscitation:
Ren 1(empirical-resuscitation due to drowning), Du 20, Du 26, Pc 9 (loss of consciousness)
Which channel runs along the palmaris longus and flexor carpi radialis?
The Pericardium Channel
Needling LU 1 (this one was more about the insertion and not the depth)
CAM obliquely .5-.8 lateral aspect of the chest
DEADMAN: Transverse-oblique insertion 0.5 to 1 cun medially along
the intercostal space.
Liver 13
CAM Location:On the lateral side of the abdomen, below the free end of the 11th rib
Twicken Therapeutics book Sp Front Mu, Influential/Zang Organs. MTG GB, Dai Mai
Pain in hypochondriac area, benefit sp and st, borborygmus, diarrhea, indigestion, food retention
DEADMAN: Transverse or oblique insertion medially or laterally (along
the line of the rib) 0.5 to 1 cun.
Liver 14
CAM: Directly below the nipple, in the sixth intercostal space, 4 cun lateral to the anterior midline
DEADMAN: Oblique medial or lateral insertion 0.5 to 1 cun.
Liver 10- relation to ST 30
Liver 10: 3 Cun directly below Qichong (St 30) at the proximal end of the thigh, below the pubic tubercle and on the lateral border of m.abductor longus
Breast abscess herbs
Pu Gong Ying and Bai Jiang Cao
Fetus calmers
Ai Ye
Bai Zhu
Du Zhong
E Jiao
Huang Qin
Sang Ji Sheng
Sha Ren
Tu Si Zi
Xu Duan
Zhu Ru
Zi Su Ye
Child fontanel closing herb
Gui Ban (freshwater turtle shell)
Benefits the Kidneys and strengthens bones, for KD yin deficiency with such symptoms as soreness of the lower back, weakness in the legs, retarded skeletal development in children, or failure of the fontanel to close
MS is a result of
Demyelinated neurons
In MS, the myelin coating in vaiour sites through the brain and spinal cord becomes inflamed due to an immune response and is eventually destroyed, leaving hard scares, called scleroses, that block the underlying neurons from transmitting messages
Hormones
Holes Hormone definition: Substance secreted by an endocrine gland and transported in the blood
Hormones in turn travel away from the glands in body fluids such as blood or tissue fluid
mitochondria function
-elongated fluid-filled sacs. move slowly in cytoplasm and can divide. a minochondrion contains a small amount of DNA that encodes info for making a few kinds of proteins and specialized RNA. chemical reactions occur on inner membrane. mitochondrion captures and trasfers energy from glucose into special chemical bonds of ATP that cells can readily use. mitochondrion is called the powerhouse of the cell.
BMI
weight over height
The clock
To tonify an organ: tonify the organ in the following time period (ie, tonify lung betw 5am & 7am.) or tonify in opposite time period (ie, tonify lung by stimulating 3pm-5pm).
To sedate an organ: Sedate during the organ’s time period (ie, sedate lung between 3am & 5am)
Adrenal Medulla secretes
The adrenal medulla is part of the adrenal gland. It is located at the center of the gland, being surrounded by the adrenal cortex. It is the innermost part of the adrenal gland, consisting of cells that secrete epinephrine (adrenaline), norepinephrine (noradrenaline), and a small amount of dopamine in response to stimulation by sympathetic preganglionic neurons.
Rather than releasing a neurotransmitter, the cells of the adrenal medulla secrete hormones.
Adrenal cortex secretes
The adrenal cortex is devoted to the synthesis of corticosteroid hormones. Specific cortical cells produce particular hormones including cortisol, corticosterone, androgens such as testosterone, and aldosterone.
Cruxiate ligaments insert at the knee
Cruciate ligaments (also cruciform ligaments) are pairs of ligaments arranged like a letter X.[1] They occur in several joints of the body, such as the knee
Dosage of Xi Xin
1-3 g ONLY
Pain impulses travel?
gray matter of posterior horn
Bones of the wrist? How many?
The wrist has 8 carpal bones and 4 articulations or joints.
Some Lovers try Positions That They Can’t Handle
Proximal Row Lateral to Medial
Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetrium, Pisiform,
Distal row Lateral to medial:
Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capate, Hamate
The trapezoid is associated with which anatomical location?
The Wrist
Sedation point on the GB channel?
GB 38
Influential point of Zang
-LV 13
Counteracting sequence
-insult/humiliate/counteract
-water insults earth, earth insults wood, wood insults metal, metal insults fire, fire insults earth (start with water & draw backwards STAR)
GB 20
needled toward the nose
cranial nerve 8-
vestibulocochlear. sensory nerve. balance, equilibrium, hearing.--sound and equilibrium (balance) information from the inner ear to the brain.
optic chasm-
is the part of the brain where the optic nerves (CN II) partially cross. The optic chiasm is located at the bottom of the brain immediately below the hypothalamus.[1]
Parkinsons is associated with
its a disorder of the Basal Ganglia (The basal ganglia (or basal nuclei) are a group of nuclei of varied origin (mostly telencephalic embryonal origin, with some diencephalic and mesencephalic elements) in the brains of vertebrates that act as a cohesive functional unit. They are situated at the base of the forebrain and strongly connected with the cerebral cortex, thalamus and other brain areas. The basal ganglia are associated with a variety of functions, including voluntary motor control, procedural learning relating to routine behaviors or "habits" such as bruxism, eye movements, and cognitive,[1] emotional functions.[2] )
parkinsons pathology
pathology: destruction of the nigrostriatal pathway LEADS TO reduction in dopamine (neurotransmitter to modulate spinal cord movements)
-side-effect of antipsychotic drug that blocks the dopamine receptions
-manifestations- gradual onset
Where is cerebral spinal fluid located?
ventricles, subarachnoid spaces, the brain, the spinal cord
Systolic verses Diastolic pressure
Systolic--pressure measured during the period of ventricular contraction
Diastolic--the minimum level of blood pressure measured between ventricular relaxtion
What does the O in soap stand for?
Subjective
Objective
Assessment
Plan
Highest point of the shoulder
The AC joint is where the collarbone (clavicle) meets the highest point of the shoulder blade (acromion).
-taiyang headache (occipital):
qiang huo, mang jing zi, (chuan xiong)
yangming (frontal)
bai zhi
shaoyang (temporal)
huang qin, chai hu,
-jueyin
gao ben, wu zhu yu
shaoyin (light headed-empty):
xi xin, du huo
taiyin (muzzy):
ban xia, cang zhu
Knotted pulse-
slow. irregular missed beats. excessive yin. accumulation of qi. retention of cold phlegm. stagnant blood.
abrupt pulse
hurried & rapid. irregular missed beats. excessive yang heat. stagnation of qi & blood. abrupt & forceful-retention of phlegm or food, or swelling and pain. abrupt & weak-prostration.
Points in the 4rth intercostal space
st 17, spl 18, ren 17, kd 23, pc 1
Ht 6-
on radial side of tendon of flexor carpi ulnaris, .5 cun above transverse crease of wrist
lv 2:
Clears Liver fire
Spreads Liver qi
Pacifies Liver wind
Clears heat and stops bleeding
Benefits the lower jiao
lv 3:
Spreads Liver qi
Subdues Liver yang and extinguishes wind
Nourishes Liver blood and Liver yin
Clears the head and eyes
Regulates menstruation
Regulates the lower jiao
LV 9-
4 above medial epicondyle of femur between vastus medialis and sartorius (lv 10- 3 below st 30, lateral of adductor longus; 2 below st 30, on lateral border adductor longus; lv 12 is 2.5 lat to ren channel, at inguinal groove lat and inferior to st 30)
Head Lice
Bai Bu (coughing & wheezing cat- channel lung. taste: sw, bitter, sl warm. 3-9 g (pinworms 30-60); moistens lungs, stop cough. expels parasites, kills lice. wash for bacterial vaginosis). **use with ku shen for itching. for barrel shaped eggs, use bin lang.
Lian ZI
Does not moisten the intestines** (astringent. ht, kid, spl. sweet, astringent, neutral. 6-15 g. {lotus seed} nourish heart, calms spirit. tonifies kd and spl. stops diarrhea, stabilizes essence)
Which herb does NOT clear blood heat
Mu Dan Pi (cools blood. activates blood. ht, lv, kd)
Bai Wei (deficiency heat herb. cools blood. promotes urination. relieves toxicity. lu, st, kd)
Di Gu Pi (deficiency heat herb. cools blood. big with lung heat, yin xu, stops cough. lu, lv, kd)
Qing Hao was not listed but is also part of the deficient heat category. it also COOLS BLOOD.
don’t know what herb was listed on m-c that does not cool blood..
Which herb raises prolapses?
Sheng Ma (w-h; vents rashes, raises yang qi.sore teeth. li, lu, spl, st. sw, acrid, sl cold. 3-9g)
C/I for prego
Mu Dan Pi
Du 15 insertion
puncture perpendicularly .5-.8 inch.
Spleen 21
On the mid-axillary line, in the seventh intercostal space.
Great Luo-Connecting point of the Spleen
3rd Intercostal Space:
Ren 18, Kd 24, St 16, Sp 19
Using the back shu points for treating??
back-shu points
have been selected equally for any pattern of their corresponding
zangfu whether hot or cold, excess or deficient,
Ilum gluteus minimis
t is fan-shaped, arising from the outer surface of the ilium, between the anterior and inferior gluteal lines, and behind, from the margin of the greater sciatic notch.
The fibers converge to the deep surface of a radiated aponeurosis, and this ends in a tendon which is inserted into an impression on the anterior border of the greater trochanter, and gives an expansion to the capsule of the hip joint. It is also a local stabilizer for the hip.
Action
The gluteus medius and gluteus minimus abduct the thigh, when the limb is extended, and are principally called into action in supporting the body on one limb, in conjunction with the Tensor fasciæ latæ.
What the point that between Du 14 and the acromion?
GB 21 Midway between DU 14 and the acromion at the highest point of the shoulder
Red blood cells known as
Erythrocytes. The erythrocyte is the red blood cell (RBC) of the blood.
St 30 and all points related to it
From Cam: Liver 10= 3 cun directly below St 30
Liver 11=2 cun directly below St 30
Liver 12= Lateral to the pubic tubercle, lateral and inferior to st 30, in the inguinal groove where the pulsation of the femoral artery is palpable, 2.5 cun lateral to the anterior midline
Ren 2
Kd 11
Sp 12
Sj 9 from Sj 4?
7 cun
Sj 9 from Sj6
4 cun
Anterior vs. posterior horn gray matter pain receptors
A Ventral (anterior or motor root) is the branch of the nerve that enters the ventral side of the spinal cord. Ventral roots contain motor nerve axons, transmitting nerve impulses from the spinal cord to skeletal muscles.
Anterior vs. posterior horn gray matter pain receptors
A dorsal root (posterior or sensory root) is the branch of a nerve that enters the dorsal side of the of spinal cord. Dorsal roots contain sensory nerve fibers, transmitting nerve impulses from peripheral regions of the dorsal root
GB 30
sciatica
femoral
Tu FU ling
syphillis
Sweet bland, neutral
Lv, St
Dispel toxins, drains damp and soften joints acute joint pain and stiffness due to damp heat toxin, jaundice due to Lv/GB
Clear damp heat from the skin:syphilitic skin lesions and recurrent ulcers
LI 13 innervation
The posterior antebrachial cutaneous nerve; deeper, the radial nerve.
Herbs that cause toxic reactions
Chuan Li Zi
Xian Mao
Bai Guo
Da Ji
Bai Hua She
Ban Xia
Tian Nan Xing
Xing Ren
Fu Zi
Cao Wu
Hua Jiao
Herbs that raise the yang qi
ge gen, chai hu, sheng mai, he ye, huang qi
Rou Cong
constipation
8 principal
int/ext
hot/cold
full/empty
yin/yang
Lu 1
oblique .5-.8 tow lateral aspect of chest
Du 15
perpendic .5-.8. Neither upward obliquely nor deep puncture is advisable.
Gb 20
5-.8 towards tip of nose.
Ub 7
subQ .3-.5.
Du 20
subQ .3-.5
Sj 6-9
SJ: 23345
St 30
5 below umbilicus, 2 lat to REN 2.
Lung 3-lu5
6 cun
To counteract the effects of Ren Shen..
Mung Bean Soup
18 incompatible herbs
Gan Cao:
Gan Sui
Da Ji
Yuan Hua
Hai Zao
(Grandma Graham Digest Yams Horribly!!)
18 incompatible herbs
Zhi Wou Tou
Bei Mu
Gua Lou
Ban Xia
Bai Lian
Bai Ji
18 incompatible
Li Lu
Ren Shen
Sha Shen
Dan Shen
Ku Shen
Xi Xin
Bai Shao
fat soluable,
Fat soluable vitamins: A,D,E,K
Inguinal groove
nav
IgM:
Synthesized by immature Beta Cells, produced after initial contact with antigen;does NOT cross the placenta
igg
Most abundant-makes up 75% of antibodies in the blood;DOES cross the placenta
iga
Present in mucus membranes, saliva, tears, colostrums (mother’s first milk);does cross the placents
ige
associated with allergies
igd
Unknown. Serve as Antigen receptor on B-cell surface needed for Differentiating
Where is the apex of the heart?
The location of the apex of the heart is the fifth intercostal space at the left midclavicular line.
ht 5
Calms SHen
2. Tonifies and regulates ht Qi
3. Clears Heat
4. Benefits bladder
Tonifies Ht QI, opens the tongue, benefits the Bladder. Palpitations, calms the spirit, aphasia with tongue stiffness, sudden of voice
ht 6
Moves one past old bitterness
2. Moves stagnation that inhibits the heart
3. Nourishes heart Yin
4. Pain
Nourishes Heart Yin, calms the mond, clears Ht fire, sudden loss of voice, dry mouth, night sweats, cardiac pain, hysteria, epitaxis, insomnia
ht 7
Yuan, Earth, Shu Stream, sedation
1. Tonifies Heart Blood
2. Tonifies Heart Yuan Qi
3. Insomnia
4. Calms Shen
5. Nourishes Shen
6. Opens the orifices-mental problems
7. Name: Enters the chamber of the Heart
Nourishes Heart blood, opens orifices, calms mind, quiets the Heart and mind, clears Heart heat,Irritability, palpitation, hysteria, schizophrenia, psychosis, insomnia, mania, dementia, epilepsy,
More for blood than Qi. A gently point that is better for Xu than shi
to tonify organ
To Tonify the organ in the following time period-ex: tonify Lu between 5am-7am (2) or tonify in the opposite time period-ex:tonify Lu by stimulating 3pm-5pm
sedate
Sedate during the organ’s time period- ex:sedate Lu between 3am&5am
Da Qi
(Qing Qi, Air Qi) Lungs refine fluids
Gu Qi (Food Qi)
Spleen/Stomach
Zong QI
(Ancestral Qi, Gathering Qi) Chest Qi, Pectoral Qi Lung and heart Post Heaven
Yuan QI
(Source QI, Primary QI, Original Qi, Congenital QI) Rooted in Kidneys, Spreads via San Jiao (Pre-Heaven)
Zhen Qi (
vital Qi, True Qi) Last stage of transformation of Qi, Meridian Qi (Also pre-heaven)
Wei Qi
(Defensive Qi, Exterior Qi) Warms and nourishes skin muscles, opens and close pores, protects from external pathogens, regulates body temperature
Ying Qi (Nutritive, Interior Qi)
circulates in the vessels, Provides further nourishment, nourishes the internal organs, produces Blood and circulate it
What is a black tongue
INTERIOR SYNDROMES WITH EXTREME HEAT OR EXCESSIVE COLD. severe stage of illness. black, yellowish & dry w thorns: consumption of body fluid due to extreme heat. pale black & slippery: excessive cold due to yang deficiency.
What is a forceless pulse felt on 3 regions at 3 levels..
Forceless pulse felt on all 3 levels. deficiency of qi and blood.
WHich is not a recus. point?
ren 4.
resuscitation
Du 26 (yes, resuscitation), Ren 1(yes), Jing well,?? Ren 4 (one of best tonification points for entire body-but not resuscitation!)
Dang Gui
body tonifies
E Zhu-
moves both Qi and blood
Ren Shen
overdose causes headaches
Chuan Xiong-
overdose causes vomiting and dizziness
Huang Qin
treats cough and dysentery
Du Huo/Xi Xin
Shao Yin HA
Pu Gong Ying
mastitis in the breasts
Wu Zhu Yu
does not enter Kd
Qin Jiao-
Rheumatoid arthritis
Sang Zhi
upper extremities-Wind damp cold
Lian Zi
does not moisten intestines
Chen Pi-
does not help w/ Lv n\Qi Stagnation
Sheng Jiang Pi-
edema, promote urination
Di Long-
calms wind, spasm, calms wheezing
Gan Cao
is incompatible w Hai Zao
Lu Rong
doesnt calm fetus
Mai Ya
focal distention, diarrhea, LV QI
Jie geng
guiding herb upwards
Pu Gong Ying, Chuan Shan Jia,, Dong Kui Zi-
aids lactation
Chuan Bei Mu-
for yin xu cough
Rou Dou Kou
not for aromatic and transform damp
Tian Ma and Gou Teng
angry, dizzy, vertigo
Jing jie
for Wind Cold and Wind Heat
Wu Wei Zi
stops diarrhea
Huo Xiang
nausea, vomiting, release exterior
Ban Xia and Chen pi
both stop vomiting
Mu Dan PI-
CI in pregnancy, excess menses, Yin xu w sweating
Yu Jin incompatible
Ding Jiang
Jue Ming Zi-
lowers blood pressure and serum cholesterol
Yi Mu Cao
cannot be used as sub for chai hu to soothe Lv Qi
Ban Xia, Gua Lou, Chen Pi-
all used for stubborn cough, dyspnea, copious sputum
Sang Ye and Ju Hua-
clear Lv and eyes
Suan Zao Ren
properties-sweet, sour
Qing Hao-
cook less than 5 min
A female, 3 months pregnant has bleeding gums, excess thirst, skin lesions, and lots of fatal movement. Which herb?
Huang Qin
Ban Xia:
CI in bleeding
What is a black tongue-
INTERIOR SYNDROMES WITH EXTREME HEAT OR EXCESSIVE COLD. severe stage of illness. black, yellowish & dry w thorns: consumption of body fluid due to extreme heat. pale black & slippery: excessive cold due to yang deficiency.
What is a forceless pulse
elt on 3 regions at 3 levels...DEFICIENCY (EMPTY)-XU MAI. Forceless pulse felt on all 3 levels. deficiency of qi and blood.
What is the source point on the ub channel?
yuan source is UB 64
WHich is not a recus. point?
ren 4.
How many cun from st 30 is Lv 10?
3 cun directly below ST 30 at the proximal end of the thigh, below the pubic tubercle and on the lateral border of m.abductor longus
Dang Gui-
body tonifies
E Zhu
moves both Qi and blood
Ren Shen
overdose causes headaches
Chuan Xiong
overdose causes vomiting and dizziness
Huang Qin
treats cough and dysentery
Du Huo/Xi Xin-
Shao Yin HA
Pu Gong Ying
mastitis in the breasts
Wu Zhu Yu
does not enter Kd
Qin Jiao-
Rheumatoid arthritis
Sang Zhi
upper extremities-Wind damp cold
Lian Zi
does not moisten intestines
Chen Pi-
does not help w/ Lv n\Qi Stagnation
Sheng Jiang Pi
edema, promote urination
Di Long-
calms wind, spasm, calms wheezing
Lu Rong
doesnt calm fetus
Mai Ya
focal distention, diarrhea, LV QI
Jie geng
guiding herb upwards
Pu Gong Ying, Chuan Shan Jia,, Dong Kui Zi-
aids lactation
Chuan Bei Mu
for yin xu cough
Rou Dou Kou
not for aromatic and transform damp
Wu Wei Zi
stops diarrhea
Huo Xiang
nausea, vomiting, release exterior
Ban Xia and Chen pi
both stop vomiting
Mu Dan PI-
CI in pregnancy, excess menses, Yin xu w sweating
Yi Mu Cao
cannot be used as sub for chai hu to soothe Lv Qi
Ban Xia, Gua Lou, Chen Pi-
all used for stubborn cough, dyspnea, copious sputum
what are hormones?
chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part of the body that sends out messages that affect cells in other parts of the organism.
what is responsible for releasing hormones that target other hormones?
hypothalamus
what is not housed in porta hepatis?
common hepatic artery
what is upper lateral region of abdomen called?
hypogastrium
yawning, swallowing, chewing gum:
eustachian tube
what inserts into the acromiom?
deltoid
oxygenated blood enters:
lft
]
Lungs reach
Lungs reach
Radial Nerve i
innervates hand
CO2 recirculated as
carbaminohemoglobin (HCO3)
Biceps Brachii
does not attach to humerus
abrupt pulse
irregular/rapid
bright red thorny, dry thick yellow coat tongue-
extreme heat dries up fluids
yellow complexion
excess heat/ damp
-Ren 13
treats rebellious St Qi
3 causes of disease:
internal, external, misc/epidemic, improper diet
weak ST in 5 element theory, what point would you tonify?
the mother, Fire HT/SI, PC, or SJ
for weak St in 5 element theory, what point would you tonify:
the mother (fire)-Ht/SI, PC, SJ
15 yr old male patient chronic asthma recently complains of frequent urination and dribbling urination:
mother not generating child element (metal not generating water)
observing spirit:
eye movement
difficult, painful burning urination that is scanty, dark yellow going 20 times a day and thirsty for cold water:
T: yellow greasy P: Rolling rapid
Lv Fire:
HA, dizziness, nausea, flushed face, tinnitus, and red tongue
opposition of yin/yang is related in
struggle to control each other
Lv9
4 cun superior to medial epicondyle of femur, btwn vastus medialis and sartorius
Lv 10
3 cun inferior to St 30
St 32
6 cun above patella
Du3/Ub25
in same line
Du 20
is used w moxa
Du 26
used for revival
Li 13
radial collateral artery
Lu 1
oblique away from midline 0.5-0.8
SJ 9 to SJ 4
7 cun
Li 7 to Li 11
7 cun
Lu 6 and Lu 8
6 cun
which structure to be careful when needling St 30
epigastric artery and vein
distance from posterior hairline to Ub 7
8 cun
which does not activate blood and remove blood stasis?
Lv 2
Locations:
Lv 14, Sp 21, Gb 21
Liver 14
Directly below the nipple in the 6th intercostal space
Directly below the nipple in the 6th intercostal space
On the lateral side of the chest and on the middle axillary line, in the 6th
GB 21
On the shoulder, directly above the nipple, at the midpoint of the line connecting Du 14 and the acromiom at the highest point of the shoulder
Which is for N/V pain?
St 21, Sp 3, Ren 13, Ren 12
Which is for phlegm:
Pc 6? Sp 10
Which is not a resurrection point?
Ren 6
xi cleft point of foot yang ming,
located 2 cun above superiorlateral border of patella-St34
HT5
Qi
Ht6
Yin
-Ht7
Blood
Nipple line
Ren 17, Pc 1, St 17, Sp 18, Kd 23
3 ICS
Ren 18, Kd 24, St 16, Sp 19
3 cun above umbilicus
Ren 11, St 22, Kd 18, Sp 16
Symphysis pubis:
Ren 2, Kd 11, St 30, Sp 12
-HT LU LV
regulate blood after its formed
Kd d
does not have internal pathway to Du20
Du16
is where Du enters brain
Jing River point of foot shao yang:
GB38
needle technique for Ren 15
oblique down 0.4-0.6
-same level:
Si14 and T1
how many seconds you wash hands?
10 seconds
SOAP:
subjective, objective, assessment, plan
When you drop a needle:
pick it up, dispose of in sharps container, wash hands, use new needle
when a needle sticks you what should you do first:
clean area with disinfectant (antiseptic)
Sterilization
use of procedures that destroy all microbial life, including viruses
blood soaked cotton balls go
n biohazard (if you can't squeeze blood out of it, trash)
Bring to clinic
sphygomomanometer, sthethoscope, moxa extinguisher
f patient becomes dizzy during treatment:
remove all needles
clean treatment room at the end of every
shift
if you make a mistake in the charts
draw line through old entry, initial, and change, use black pen