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8 Cards in this Set

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Right Upper Quadrent
Liver (S), Gallblader (H), portion of the colon (H), portion of the pancreas (S)
Left Upper Quadrent
Spleen (S), most of stomach (H), portion of colon (H), portion of the pancreas (S)
Right Lower Quadrent
Small Intestine (H), Large Intestine (H), appendix (H), Ovary (S), Fallopian tube and portion of the uterus (H)
Left Lower Quadrent
Desending and sigmoid colon (H), Small Intestine (H), Ovary (S), Fallopian tube and portion of the uterus (H)
What are the values for an estimate Body Surface Area for an Adult
Head 9%, Anterior Trunk 18%, Postierior Trunk 18%, Each Arm 9%, Each Leg 18%, Genitalia 1%, Patient's palm=1%
What are the values for an estimate Body Surface Area for a child
Head 18%, Anterior Trunk 18%, Postierior Trunk 18%, Each Arm 9%, Each Leg 18%, Genitalia 1%, patient's palm=1%
Trace the path of a Red Blood Call
Vena Cava> Rt.Atrium> Rt.Ventricle> Pulmonary Artery (lungs)> Pulmonary Vein> Lt.Atrium> Lt.Ventricle> Aortic Valve> Vena Cava
List the Differances between Angina Pectoris and AMI
Angina Pectoris: Provoking Factor, Improves w/ rest and Nitro., Lasts 3-8 min AMI: No provoking factor, no improvment, lasts 30+ min.