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what is the first tenet of osteopathic medicine

The body is a unit; the person is a unit of body, mind and spirit

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what is the 2nd tenet of osteopathic medicine

the body is capable of self-regulation, self-healing, and health maintenance

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what is the 3rd tenet of osteopathic medicine

structure and function are reciprocally interrelated

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what is the 4th tenet of osteopathic medicine

rational treatment is based upon an understanding of the basic principles of body unity, self-regulation and interrelationship of structure and function

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what does OPP stand for

Osteopathic principles and practice (a medical philosophy)

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what does OMT stand for

osteopathic manipulative treatment

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what does OMM stand for

osteopathic manipulative medicine

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what does TART stand for

tenderness, asymmetry, range of motion changes, tissue texture change

9

describe high blood pressure (hypertension) in reference do osteopathic approach

cardiovascular disease that affects the entire body

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what endocrine disorder affects the entire body

diabetes

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what are the 5 models of assessment and treatment

biomechanics, respiratory-circulatory model, neurological, metabolic-energy, behavioral

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what model views the patient from a structural or mechanical perspective

biomechanical model

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what model focuses on respiratory or circulatory components of the homeostatic response in pathophysiological processes

respiratory circulatory model

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what are the predominant components respiratory-circulatory model

heart, lungs, arteries, veins, lymphatics

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what are the predominant components of the neurologic model

CNS and PNS

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what model views the patient in terms of impairments of neural function that are caused by or cause pathophysiologic responses in structural, respiratory-circulatory functions, metabolic processes, and behavioral activities

neurologic model

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what model focuses on the metabolic and energy conserving aspects of human physiology

metabolic-energy model

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what are the predominant components of metabolic-energy model

structures that influence fluid and electrolyte regulation

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what model recognizes the assessment of a patient's health includes mental, emotional, and spiritual state of being

behavioral model