please fill out 5 of these templates with information about anatomy and physiology. I will give you 5 systems to review about. These 5 is Musculoskeletal System, Respiratory System, Cardiovascular System, Endocrine system and Integumentary System. IT MUST BE HAND WRITTEN. I will submit an example.
Unit 8 Discussion Details
Answer all posed questions over case study thoroughly, demonstrating understanding of clinical pathophysiological processes. Minimum of 250 words. Support post using a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed sources.
A 49-year-old female is discussing age-related changes with the nurse practitioner. She states that she is having irregular periods and “hot flashes.”
1. What other assessment data would substantiate the diagnosis of menopause?
2. What type of therapy would you expect this patient to receive? Why?
Unit 9 Discussion
Answer all posed questions over case study thoroughly, demonstrating understanding of clinical pathophysiological processes. Minimum of 250 words. APA 7. Support post using a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed sources.
Fifty-four-year-old Fred is complaining of a headache that started about 2 weeks ago. For the past 2 days, the headache has increased in severity, and he is photophobic and has uncial rigidity and projectile vomiting. CT scan results show an arteriovenous malformation in the basal artery and a small hemorrhagic bleed in the middle meningeal artery.
1. How is the concept of “disorders of brain function” related to Fred`s presenting symptoms?
2. What aspects of cerebral circulation would come into play in Fred`s case?
Module three poses the various aspects of anatomy and physiology related to phonation. Describe one aspect of the process of phonation. Use images to help support your descriptions. Include information supporting your group project as appropriate. Include the movement of the vocal folds during phonation.
This includes a short and simple response to TWO classmates post. Their posts are shown when I submit my post. At that time I will provide their posts. The deadline is the same for everything