Patient Care - 6

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Patient Care - 6
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  1. What is the body habitus described

    • Body large and heavy
    • Bony framework thick, short, and wide
    • Lungs and heart high
    • Stomach transverse (Fig. 5– 3A)
    • Gallbladder high and lateral
    • Colon peripher
    Hypersthenic
  2. What is the body habitus described

    • Body slender and light
    • Bony framework delicate
    • Thorax long and narrow
    • Stomach very low and long (“ fish hook”)  
    • Gallbladder low and medial
    • Colon low, medial, and redundant
    Asthenic
  3. What is the body habitus described

    • Build average and athletic
    • Similar to hypersthenic, but modified by elongation of abdomen and thorax
    Sthenic
  4. What is the body habitus described

    • Somewhat slighter, less robust
    • Similar to asthenic, but stomach, intestines, and gallbladder situated higher in abdomen
    Hyposthenic
  5. Turning of the body or arm so that the palm faces forward, with the thumb away from midline of the body
    Supination:
  6. Turning of the body or arm so that the palm faces backward, with the thumb toward midline of the body
    Pronation:
  7. Movement of a part away from the body’s MSP
    Abduction:
  8. Movement of a part toward the body’s MSP
    Adduction:
  9. : Bending motion of an articulation, decreasing the angle between associated bones
    Flexion
  10. : Bending motion of an articulation, increasing the angle between associated bones
    Extension
  11. A turning outward or lateral motion of an articulation, sometimes with external tension or stress applied
    Eversion:
  12. A turning inward or medial motion of an articulation, sometimes with external tension or stress applied
    Inversion:
  13. Movement of a part about its central or long axis •
    Rotation:
  14. Movement of a limb that produces circular motion; circumscribes a small area at its proximal end and a wide area at the distal end
    Circumduction:
  15. What Landmark Is at The Level Of C1

    Mastoid Process
  16. What Landmark Is at The Level Of C5

    Thyroid Cartilage
  17. What Landmark Is at The Level Of T2-T3

    SupraSternal Notch
  18. What Landmark Is at The Level Of T4-T5

    Sternal Angle
  19. What Landmark Is at The Level Of T10

    Xiphoid Process

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