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(medicine-on-line.com, n.d.) 2. What changes in “cardiac enzymes” would be consistent with a diagnosis of MI? (4 points; List and describe 3 cardiac enzyme changes consistent with MI.) From the article “Cardiac Enzymes and Markers for Myocardial infratction” by Dr. Colin Tidy (2014), I was able to summarize these cardiac enzyme changes. Creatine kinase is a myocardial muscle
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2. Cepeda, C., Murphy, K. P. S., Parent, M., & Levine, M. S. (2014). The Role of Dopamine in Huntington’s Disease. Progress in Brain Research, 211, 235–254. http://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-63425-2.00010-6 Question 1 Addition: Hi Doree and Maggie, I wanted to add to both your posts about muscle naming.
Title “CORRELATION BETWEEN SERUM CALCIUM LEVELS AND SEVERITY OF INFARCT IN PATIENTS PRESENTED WITH ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE” Authors Dr. Lal Badshah, Dr. Asim Khan, Dr. Shahida Malik. Dr. Lal Badshah (Assistant Professor of Medicine Islam Medical College Sialkot) Dr. Asim Khan (Registrar East medical ward mayo hospital lahore ) Dr. Shahida Malik (Assistant Professor of Obs & Gyane Islam Medical College Sialkot) Correspondence Name: Dr. Lal Badshah Designation: Assistant Professor of Medicine Email: email@example.com Phone: 0333-9848185 ABSTRACT Background Stroke or cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is the prompt loss of brain function due to disturbance in blood supply. Stroke cuts off the supply of oxygen and glucose which powers the ion pumps maintaining these gradients.Calcium plays an important role in intracellular and extracellular metabolism.
Name: Sarah Trudel Student Number: 5973771 1.Describe the process of water, nutrient and electrolyte reabsorption in the nephron of the kidney. In your answer, make sure to address the following questions: (11 marks total) a) What molecules are reabsorbed in each tubular element of the nephron? (7 marks) Tubular reabsorption is the process of reclaiming water and solutes from the tubular fluid and returning them to the blood (Saladin, 2004). The first part of the nephron that is involved in the tubular reabsorption is the proximal convoluted tubule (PCT) (Silverthorn et al., 2013). Once the glomerular filtrate reaches the PCT, the following molecules are reabsorbed: Water (H2O), Sodium chloride (NaCl), bicarbonate ions (HCO3-), Calcium