Flashcards in FMS II-EXAM 1 Review Deck (42)
A disease referred to as slapped cheek syndrome (erythema) and caused by parvovirus B19 that primarily affects preschool and school-aged children is referred to as....
A respiratory tract infection characterized by sneezing, scratchy throat, runny nose (rhinorrhea) with symptoms beginning 2-3 days after infection and generally not accompanied by fever is most likely....
A person with chronic pain is often also what?
What is Conduction?
Touching something. Transfer of heat from your body to a surface.
What is convection?
Los of heath through currents of gases or lipids at the surface of the body.
Flush faces, more blood flow is forced to the surface of the skin so that core blood can be cooled off.
Fever is stimulated by what?
Hormone release is regulated by what?
Sensitivity of a target cell is down regulated when?
High concentrations of the hormone decrease the number of receptors.
Calcitonin does what?
Reduces serum calcium concentration.
What does insulin do?
Facilitates uptake of glucose by cells.