Introduction The integumentary system is one of the largest and most integral organs in the human body, encompassing many structures and playing key roles in the protection and general function of the body (Zimmermann, 2014). As with everything however; things can go wrong, failures can occur causing the system to function at a level below what is required of it. It is at this point where we must be active in our response to these faults and subsequently utilise knowledge and techniques in order
Philosophy of Nursing Introduction / Importance of the Philosophy of Nursing As professional nurses, we all have our different beliefs and perceptions as to the nursing profession. An individual philosophy of nursing is defined by each nurse’s belief. My philosophy of nursing is rooted in my fundamental understanding of human beings and their nature of existence, rooted in the values of accountability, compassion, and professionalism. I do believe as a nurse, one should possess the qualities of disease
appearance. 1.Knowledge of skin structure and promotion of skin health. 1.1 The integumentary system is an organ containing the skin, hair, nails and glands and specialised receptors. Skin is one of the largest organs in the body in surface area and weight, consisting of two layers: the epidermis and the dermis. Beneath the dermis lies the hypodermis or subcutaneous fatty tissue. The skin has three main functions: protection, regulation and sensation. 1.2 The function and role of the skin Our body
Organization and the Integumentary, Skeletal, and Muscular Systems Worksheet Organ Systems Label each of the structures, and describe the systems overall structure. NumberSystemCharacteristics 1Integumentary systemProtects underlying tissues. Provides skin sensation. Helps regulate body temperature. Synthesizes vitamin D.2Skeletal systemAttachment for muscles. Protects organs. Stores calcium and phosphorus. Produces blood cells.3Respiratory systemExchanges respiratory gases with the environment.4Nervous systemRegulates
The instructor's manual also parallels the laboratory manual, exercise by exercise, providing labels for unlabeled diagrams and answers to questions that appear in the laboratory reports. For some exercises, special instructional suggestions that propose alternative procedures, laboratory equipment, or laboratory techniques are provided.
______ 1. The word "anatomy" comes from: A. Latin and means "to be born". B. Hebrew and means "shape". C. Greek and means "to cut apart". D. German and means "body". E. Italian and means "form". 2. Anatomy is the study of: A. stars. B. function. C. sharp tools. D. structure and form. E. word histories. 3. Since the body has been the same for thousands of years, anatomy is considered a static classification system instead of a dynamic science. True
immediate environment (long term changes is adaptability) B. Growth – over a lifetime, organisms grow larger through an increase in size or number of cells. Differentiation is when cells have specialized functions C. Reproduction – Organisms reproduce, creating subsequent generations of similar organisms D. Movement – Organisms are capable of movement a. Internal – moving food, blood, or other materials internally b. External – moving through environment E.
impart knowledge to the patient and significant others about the disease. * To help the patient in managing the disease using appropriate health teachings. b. Skills * To improve the patient’s wellness by applying the interventions we acquire from this study. * To perform appropriate examinations to the patient. * To render appropriate nursing interventions that will yield good progress regarding the patient’s condition. c. Attitude * To promote rapport with our patient for therapeutic