The digestive, cardiovascular and respiratory system are all interrelated in order to make the human body work effectively and efficiently. The cardiovascular system and the respiratory work together by performing gas exchange which is passing of oxygen from the alveoli into the blood flow and then the carbon dioxide passes trough the blood flow and is breathed out from the body. If gas exchange didn’t take place then it will result in the cells dying. There are many other body systems that interrelate with each other e.g. the nervous system is interrelated with the muscular system.
P4- Explain the physiology of two named body systems in relation to energy metabolism in the body.
Looking back at the nutritional food plan for the week for my individual which I previously done in my P3, I will be looking back at the kind of food and exercise the individual was doing in that week. This will then link into my D2- as in my previous P5 for this unit I had to create my own healthier diet plan for my individual and I will be evaluating how my plan may help the individual’s health.
All the systems in the human body are vital to our survival and well-being. If you take away the functions of just one of these systems our whole body will cease to work properly. The main systems of the human body are the nervous, endocrine respiratory, circulatory, immune, digestive, excretory, skeletal, muscular, and the reproductive systems. They all work together in harmony and unison to keep us alive.
As a matter, of course, detox on an in-patient basis may be required before treatment can be implemented. Observation and intervention by the medical team will be utilized to detect and treat any medical concerns such as seizures, thyroid dysfunction, or medical dysfunctions during the detox phase.
The detoxification process is of major importance, regardless of the method used or the setting in which it is conducted. It is aimed at providing individuals; particularly sufferers of alcohol and drug addiction, with the chance of recovery completely and reclaiming their place in the
In the food intake, they analyze your daily food intake schedule, what are the food items you eat, what is the portion of the food items and how much extra fat you use. They also ask you about your food preparation habits.
Thinking back over the years of being a nurse, I cannot say that one particular case has defined me as a nurse. However, I will say that that there was a 12-month period in which I worked on an Alzheimer’s secure unit a long-term care facility, that defined me a as nurse. I believe I had only been working as a nurse for about a year at this long-term facility, however, on another unit. A nurse quit that worked on the Alzheimer’s unit, so I applied for the position and go it, so I started working the unit the next following week. Since the nurse who originally worked that unit quit abruptly, I had no none to train me, so I went in blind. I remember my Director of Nursing at the time, giving me a big notebook
This selected text is part of one of the strands found in grade five science Understanding Life Systems Human Organ Systems. “This topic, Human Organ Systems, helps students understand that the body is made up of a number of organs and these organs are parts of systems that can affected by a variety of factors” (Ontario Ministry of Education, 2007, p.98). However, this is a general overview of what educators would want mainstream students and ELL students to recognize. However, as learned throughout this course teachers must decide what specific content they want their students to learn from texts.
The 11 organ systems of the body are the skin, musculoskeletal, nerves, circulatory, lymphatic, respiratory, endocrine, urinary/excretory, reproductive and digestive. Although each of your 11 organs system has a unique function, each organ system also depends, directly or indirectly, on all the others.
My body system was the circulatory system. The circulatory system includes the heart. The heart pumps blood through the whole body. The deoxygenated blood (blue blood) enters through the superior verne cava to the right atrium through the valves and up and out the pulmonary artery. The oxygenated blood (red blood) goes in the pulmonary veins and in too the left atrium and down too the left ventricle up to the aorta and out the aorta. Then the blood gets pumped throughout the body by veins. Veins carry the deoxygenated blood ands the oxygenated blood throughout the body from the tip if tour head to the bottom of your toes you have two sets of veins in that carries red blood and lone that carries the blue blood. This is my system the circulatory