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U OF SNURS 203Cheryl BesseWinter

NURS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cervical Vertebrae, Thoracic Cavity, Rib Cage

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28 Feb 2016
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What are we assessing for when we consider the thorax and lungs: limitations to proper breathing mechanics, level of oxygenation, movement of air throu
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U OF SNURS 203Cheryl BesseWinter

NURS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Vascular Resistance, Transcytosis, Circulatory System

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28 Feb 2016
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All vessels in the body make up the vascular system. Contribute to homeostasis by transporting blood or lymph to deliver oxygen and nutrients and elimi
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U OF SNURS 203Cheryl BesseWinter

NURS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Venae Cavae, Chordae Tendineae, Heart Valve

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28 Feb 2016
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Mediastinum- cavity, middle third of the thoracic cage. Base- top of the heart: vena cava (superior and inferior), pulmonary arteries and veins, and th
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U OF SNURS 203Cheryl BesseWinter

NURS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Vestibulocochlear Nerve, Abducens Nerve, Trochlear Nerve

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28 Feb 2016
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Central nervous system- brain and spinal cord; centre for highest functions in humans (governs thoughts, memory, reasoning, sensation, and voluntary mo
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U OF SNURS 203Cheryl BesseWinter

NURS 203 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Cranial Nerves, Vagus Nerve, Mastication

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28 Feb 2016
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U OF SNURS 203Cheryl BesseWinter

NURS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Central Nervous System, Lower Motor Neuron, Basal Ganglia

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28 Feb 2016
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Nervous system is responsible for: various senses. Speech, memory, emotions, thoughts, body movement control and regulating the internal organs. Groupe
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U OF SNURS 203Cheryl BesseWinter

NURS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Crepitus, Otoscope, Palpation

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28 Feb 2016
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Fingers and thumb- size of organs, type of masses or lumps, etc. Base of the fingers- palpating lungs, feeling for crepitus. Auscultation- listening fo
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U OF SNURS 205Brendalyn EnsWinter

NURS 205 Lecture 5: NURS 205- L05 Feb05 Notes

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28 Feb 2016
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No matter how good the research its not useful unless someone does something with it. Research reports are long and people don"t want to take the time
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U OF SNURS 205Brendalyn EnsWinter

NURS 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nonprobability Sampling, Type I And Type Ii Errors, Null Hypothesis

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28 Feb 2016
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U OF SNURS 205Brendalyn EnsWinter

NURS 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Systematic Review, The Bmj

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28 Feb 2016
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Note: this guide is intended to highlight the most important features of critical appraisal. It is not all-inclusive, and does not represent any specif
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U OF SNURS 205Brendalyn EnsWinter

NURS 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Allergic Rhinitis, Systematic Review, Common Cold

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28 Feb 2016
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Note: this guide is intended to highlight the most important features of critical appraisal. It is not all-inclusive, and does not represent any specif
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U OF SNURS 205Brendalyn EnsWinter

NURS 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Systematic Review, The Bmj

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28 Feb 2016
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Note: this guide is intended to highlight the most important features of critical appraisal. It is not all-inclusive, and does not represent any specif
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U OF SNURS 205Brendalyn EnsWinter

NURS 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Medical Guideline, Systematic Review, Comparator

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28 Feb 2016
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Note: this guide is intended to generally highlight the most important features of this type of critical appraisal. It is not all-inclusive and does no
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U OF SNURS 205Brendalyn EnsWinter

NURS 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Grounded Theory, Ethnography, Casp

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28 Feb 2016
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Note: this guide is intended to highlight the most important features of critical appraisal. It is not all-inclusive, and does not represent any specif
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U OF SNURS 205Brendalyn EnsWinter

NURS 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Forest Plot, Systematic Review, External Validity

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28 Feb 2016
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Considered to be one of the highest quality levels of evidence you can find if conducted properly. ** use this to study for the midterm. The link on sl
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U OF SNURS 205Brendalyn EnsWinter

NURS 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Health Technology Assessment, Confirmation Bias, Systematic Review

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28 Feb 2016
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Research skepticism and intro to research method and designs. We need to have a healthy dose of skepticism when reading published articles: only 6. 8%
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U OF SNURS 205Brendalyn EnsWinter

NURS 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Canadian Nurses Association, Registered Nurse, Internal Validity

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28 Feb 2016
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Research always begins wit a question, uses a specific methodology to answer that question. Uses aspects of the question to help effectively search for
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U OF SNURS 202Shelly PeacockFall

NURS 202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Korotkoff Sounds, Hand Washing, Hand Sanitizer

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26 Jan 2016
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Assess isolation indications, review agency policies and precautions for the specific isolation category, review nurses notes. Perform hand hygiene and
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U OF SNURS 202Shelly PeacockFall

NURS 202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cervical Vertebrae, Olecranon, Acromion

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26 Jan 2016
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U OF SNURS 202Shelly PeacockFall

NURS 202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Temporomandibular Joint, Palpation, Asteroid Family

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26 Jan 2016
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You will need to inspect and palpate his temporomandibular joint. Close communication with patient: pat is a second year nursing student who is extreme
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U OF SNURS 202Shelly PeacockFall

NURS 202 Final: OSCE- Musculoskeletal System

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26 Jan 2016
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Inspect alignment of head and neck (spine should be straight and head erect) Palpate using tips of first two fingers, asking pt to open and close mouth
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U OF SMCIM 224Harry DeenerFall

MCIM 224 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Spirochaete, Growth Medium, Lipopolysaccharide

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26 Jan 2016
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U OF SMCIM 224Harry DeenerFall

MCIM 224 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dna Virus, Papilloma, Reassortment

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26 Jan 2016
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Genital herpes virus goes latent & may reactivate randomly, further spread via sexual contact during recurrences. Primary infection: newborns become in
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U OF SMCIM 224Harry DeenerFall

MCIM 224 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phenols, Chlorine, Glutaraldehyde

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26 Jan 2016
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Inhibits enzyme required for bacterial fatty acid synthesis. Effective vs wide range of microbes including mycobacteria but not spores. Most often used
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Molybdenum, Hemoglobin, Anticoagulant

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5 Jan 2016
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Pork, whole and enriched grains, seeds, nuts legumes. Dairy products, whole and enriched grains, leafy green vegetables, meats. Beef, chicken, fish, pe
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Monounsaturated Fat, Hemolytic Anemia, Anticoagulant

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5 Jan 2016
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Alpha- tocopherol (antioxidant: donates h+ and electrons. Foods naturally enriched with vitamin e: mufa and pufa rich foods. Distributed throughout the
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Fluid Balance, Potassium Citrate, Menarche

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5 Jan 2016
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Bioavailability- amount of the nutrient that is absorbed and used by the body. Amount of iron available to the body depends on: total iron intake, form
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Biotin, Dietary Reference Intake

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5 Jan 2016
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Official recommendations for canadians (food and nutrients): food: canadian food guide (2007) Balance/ proportion the rainbow of the food guide. Variet
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Muscle Contraction, Teratology, Isotretinoin

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5 Jan 2016
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Retinoids- animal sources (retinol- least oxidized retinal retanoic acid- most. Rda: women- 700 mcg rae (retinol activity equivalents, men- 900 mcg rae
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Premenstrual Syndrome, Biomolecule, Refined Grains

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5 Jan 2016
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Required in small quantities (mg, mcg, etc. ) Most function as catalysts/ coenzymes (figure 8. 5 in textbook) Their removal from the diet produces a kn
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Collagen, Human Body, Reducing Agent

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5 Jan 2016
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Biotin, Riboflavin, Pyridoxine

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5 Jan 2016
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O 330-400 kcal/day extra + <200 kcal/day from fat stores = 500-600 kcal extra. In lactation- kcal needed to make breast milk: Fat: vegetable oils +/- e
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Health Canada, Uterine Contraction, Dna Replication

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5 Jan 2016
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O the more restrictive the vegetarian diet (ex. Poorly planned vegetarian diets be deficient in: Concern- increased risk of perinatal mortality and mor
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Public Health, Stroke, Coronary Artery Disease

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5 Jan 2016
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Wc (waist circumference)- important indicator of excess abdominal upper body". Waist cut-off points: or visceral fat: men- less than or equal to 102 cm
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Birth Weight, Cognitive Restructuring

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5 Jan 2016
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Follow a sensible, balanced diet that you enjoy. Eat less kcalories (portion control: all four food groups, low fat, adequate protein, ein eout = negat
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Health Professional, Underweight, Lean Body Mass

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5 Jan 2016
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Units of measurement: 1 kcal = 1000 calories = 1 calorie, 1 kcal = 4. 18 kj, energy intake- food and alcohol, energy expenditure- exercise, basal metab
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture 12: NUTR Notes- L12

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5 Jan 2016
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Formation of a peptide bond- dehydration reaction (water is removed) Primary structure- the linear order of amino acids. Secondary structure- the shape
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Red Meat, Athletic Training, Nitrogen Balance

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5 Jan 2016
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dental Caries, Blood Sugar, Lactose Intolerance

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5 Jan 2016
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Food sources: fruit, hfcs (high fructose corn syrup)- liquid sweetener made from corn starch (syrup, condiments, candies, cereals, etc) Intake from 0%
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U OF SNUTR 120Melanie RozwadowskiWinter

NUTR 120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Nutrient, Digestion, Genetic Predisposition

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5 Jan 2016
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