Misc for final

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Misc for final
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2014-05-02 01:05:31
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Breathing, craneal nerves, 12 Leads, etc
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  1. Apneustic
  2. Ataxic (Biot's)
  3. Cheyne-Stokes
  4. Central neurogenic hyperventilation
  5. Kussmaul's
  6. A breathing pattern characterized by a period of apnea lasting 10-60 seconds followed by gradually increasing depth and frequency.
    Cheyne-Stokes
  7. Rapid, deep respirations caused by severe metabolic and CNS problems.
    Kussmaul's
  8. Hyperventilation caused by a lesion in the CNS often characterized by rapid, deep, noisy respirations.
    Central neurogenic hyperventilation
  9. Poor respirations due to CNS damage causing ineffective thoracic muscular coordination.
    Ataxic respirations
  10. Breathing characterized by prolonged inspiration unrelieved by expiration attempts.  This is seen in patients with damage to the upper part of the pons.
    Apneustic respirations
  11. Contains two hemispheres, governs all sensory and motor actions.  Seat of intelligence, learning, analysis, memory and language.
    Cerebrum
  12. Also called the innerbrain.  Consists of the thalamus, hypothalamus and the limbic system.  Responsible for temp regulation, sleep, water balance, stress response and emotions.
    Diencephalon
  13. Responsible for motor coordination and is the major region controlling eye movement.
    Mesencephalon or midbrain
  14. Between the midbrain and the medulla oblongata.  Contains connections between the brain and the spinal chord.
    Pons
  15. Marks the division between the spinal chord and the brain.  Controls respiration, cardiac activity, and vasomotor activity.
    Medulla oblongata
  16. Related to the brainstem and higher centers.  Coordinates fine motor movement, posture, equilibrium and muscle tone.
    Cerebellum
  17. Inferior MI.  Which leads and artery.
    II, III, aVF.  Right coronary artery
  18. Septal MI  which leads, artery
    V1, V2  Left anterior descending artery
  19. Anterior MI  which leads, artery
    V3, V4  Left anterior descending coronary artery
  20. Lateral MI -- Which leads and artery
    • I, aVL, V5, V6
    • Left circumflex artery
  21. GCS  Overview
  22. GCS  Eye Opening
    • Spontaneous -- 4
    • to voice -- 3
    • to pain -- 2
    • none -- 1
  23. GCS - Verbal
    • Oriented -- 5
    • Confused -- 4
    • Inappropriate words -- 3
    • Incomprehensible words -- 2
    • None  -- 1
  24. GCS - Motor
    • Obeys Commands -- 6
    • Localized Pain -- 5
    • Withdraws to pain -- 4
    • Flexion to pain -- 3
    • Extension to pain -- 2
    • None -- 1
  25. H's of Cardiac Arrest
    • Hypovolemia
    • Hypoxia
    • Hyper-/Hypokalemia
    • Hypothermia
    • Hydrogen Ion (Acidosis)
  26. T's of cardiac arrest
    • Tension pneumothorax
    • Tamponade (cardiac)
    • Toxins
    • Thrombosis (pulmonary)
    • Thrombosis (coronary)

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