CH 5

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mgoodman
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CH 5
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2011-10-25 13:01:38
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  1. What is Anterior/Ventral
    AND
    What is Posterior/Dorsal
    • Anterior- Front surface of body
    • Posterior- Back surface of body
    • Ch. 5 PG 144
  2. What is Superficial
    AND
    What is Deep
    • Superficial- Closest to the surface of skin.
    • Deep- Farthest from the skin surface.
    • Ch 5 PG 144
  3. What is Superior
    AND
    What is Inferior
    • Superior- Closest to the head.
    • Inferior- Closest to the feet.
    • Ch 5 PG 144
  4. What is Medial
    AND
    What is Lateral
    • Medial- Closest to the midline.
    • Lateral- Furthest from the midline. (Side)
    • Ch 5 PG 144
  5. What is Proximal
    AND
    What is Distal
    • Proximal- Closest to point of attachment.
    • Distal- Furthest from point of attachment.
    • Ch 5 PG 144
  6. What are the Planes of the body?
    • Coronal-Front/Back
    • Transverse-Top/Bottom
    • Sagittal-Left/Right
    • Midsagittal- Left/Right equal halves
    • Ch 5 PG 144
  7. Arm Movements
    • Flexion- Bending of joint
    • Extension- Straightening of joint
    • Adduction- Motion toward midline
    • Abduction- Motion away from midline
    • Ch 5 PG 145
  8. The Spinal Column
    • Cervical Spine- C1-C7 Are the first of the vertebrae.
    • Thoracic Spine- 12 vetebrae, pair of ribs attached to vert.
    • Lumbar Spine- 5 Vertebrae
    • Sacrum- 5 Fused vertebrae to form sacrum bone.
    • Coccyx- Last 4 fused to form "Tailbone"
    • Ch 5 PG 148
  9. Anatomic Positions of the Body
    • Prone- Laying on face
    • Supine- Laying on back
    • Fowlers- Sitting up w/knees bent
    • Trendelenburg (shock)- On back w/feet up 6-12in.
    • Recovery-
    • Ch 5 PG 146
  10. Normal Respiratory Rates
    • Adult 12-20 breaths/min
    • Children 15-30 breaths/min
    • Infants 25-50 breaths/min
    • Ch 5 PG 163

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