* Endocrinal phase = this is where the presence of the food especially protein is found in the stomach which them stimulates the release of a special type of hormone from the mucous cells called gastrin into the blood.
The cardiovascular system is the process of the heart pumping the blood around the body through blood vessels, arteries, veins and capillaries. The main functions of the system are to transport materials to and from the cells around the body, to assist in temperature, to keep the levels of fluid in the body at the correct level, to distribute heat around the body and to defend the body. This system is the heart, which is a muscle that pumps blood around the body through arteries, veins and capillaries. Blood transports oxygen to the body cells which helps them to metabolise energy in the body. During this process the blood is also getting rid of any waste products of respiration, carbon dioxide and water. Blood also helps to supply heat, hormones, nutrients, salts and urea around the body. The heart is placed in between the lungs which is protected by the rib cage and is the size of a fist.
Health Promotion This is the process of allowing people to have more control over their health as this will help improve their health and well-being. It focuses on individual behaviour towards a wide range of social and interventions. Health promotion is how health is shown for example to challenge obesity change 4 life is used so people can have a guidance on how to make their lifestyle healthier. It also shows that health promotion is aimed at individuals whose health is at risk from any diseases from lifestyle factors, which lets individuals take control over their health. By being able to have control over their health it shows individuals what may have happened if nothing was done of it
P1 – Explain potential hazards and the harm that may arise from each in a health and social care setting.
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A catheter is used in an event of an individual that has either had trauma or surgery and as a result has temporary urinary retention (Patton & Thibodeau, 2013)
The heart is a muscular organ that rests behind the sternum. The heart pumps blood through a network of arteries and veins that makeup the cardiovascular system. (The Heart (Human Anatomy)
Humans are supposed to to to the bathroom four to six times a day. The pressures of life force us to clench and hold it in. Two kidneys, two europhras, a bladder, two ureters, and a urethra make up the urinary system. Urine comes from the kidneys by mixing water and other wastes. Then they go to the ureters and into the bladder. The bladder inflates like a balloon when full. The sphincter opens up when the bladder is full and the urine goes to the external urethral sphincter. You are able to control the opening and closing of that area and that is how you hold your pee. It will weaken or overwork your muscular slang which could lead to bad side
Brenner (2007) explained that the primary function of the kidneys is to excrete waste products resulting from metabolism by filtering them out of the bloodstream into urine. The kidneys also have many homeostatic functions such as maintaining acid-base homeostasis and electrolyte concentrations, and regulating plasma osmolarity and blood pressure (Brenner, 2007). The kidneys secret and interact with a variety of hormones such as
Kidney Failure patients always experience a series of urine changes like frequent urination at night, decreased urine output, bubbly urine, blood urine and urgent urine and so on. All these symptoms are related with urinary system. Well, how does kidney failure affect the urinary system on earth?
Catheters are tubes that are used to drain fluids from the body. They are often employed in removing the fluid from the urinary bladder and therefore, are an important element in urology care. It is important to understand their importance and correct use, if you are looking to take care of a patient. It used in a variety of environments.
The outer most layer of the superior aspect is the serous membrane, which provides protection from friction with other organs located in this cavity. The outer most layer of the inferior and lateral aspect of the bladder is known as the adventitia, which anchors the urinary bladder to the tissues of the pelvis. The function of the urinary bladder is a storage container temporarily for urine, and the other function of the bladder is to aid in expelling urine from the body using the detrusor muscle. The bladder helps to maintain homeostasis by aiding in expelling urine which is comprised of urea, minerals, ammonia, excess proteins, and excess water. This system works closely with the respiratory system, circulatory system, and the immune system. Without the urinary bladder we would have no way to store urine and would have to constantly urinate throughout the
A urinary catheter is a thin tube that is placed in the bladder to allow urine to drain. Urine flows through the tube into a collection bag. A urinary catheter is often used for several purposes: including the inability to void on one’s own, unconscious patient, unable to ambulate, malformation exists that prevents the flow of urine, or to keep an accurate record of the amount of urine being voided. Foleys are also inserted during the surgical process, as seen in most critical care patients for accurate measuring of urine output. During the intensive care admission, patients who have a urinary catheter are more prone to acquiring a urinary tract infection than patients without a catheter inserted (NICHE, 2012).
How many of us really think about our ability to urinate, I know I never did, but for my Uncle and Cousin, they could only wish to do what comes so naturally to us. When you have kidney disease and suffer Renal failure, which is what both of my relative's had, the kidneys are unable to remove those wastes through urinating. When the kidneys no longer perform these functions adequately, wastes and excess fluid build up in the blood. Some of the warning signs of kidney disease are as follows:
The kidney produces urine and stores it in the bladder for controlled release. The slight need to urinate is detected when urine volume comes to around a haft of the bladder's ability. The brain stops this need until a person starts urination. When Urination has been started, the nervous system signals the detrusor muscle to contract into a channel shape and remove the urine.