CHALLENGE 4

SUMMARY OF CHALLENGE:

NAME OF CHALLENGE:Challenge 4: RX
DATE:June 2 2011
WRITTEN BY: Dr. Auston
SUMMARY: We had two patients in this challenge and we also had the challenge to find out what what sickness or what is affecting our patients' body.

MEDICAL CHART: (PATIENT 1)

PATIENT'S NAME:Jasmine Achy
SYMPTOMS:Jasmine had achy wrists and was also limping from a damaged ankle.
DIAGNOSIS: Jasmine had JRA (Juvenille Rheumatoid Arthritis) when any joint(s) in your body are red, causing immflamation and high fevers.
TREATMENT: Jasmne could take medications that would include pills and liquidized gold in shots.
PROGNOSIS: Her lifstyle will stay the same, but occasional medications will be needed. Areobic exercise and movement of her wrists are recommended.

MEDICAL CHART: (PATIENT 2)

PATIENT'S NAME: Paris Hiphop
SYMPTOMS: Paris Hiphop experienced a bloody nose because she fell on her face. She also had a bruised face and needed to put on a lot of mackeup to cover it up.

DIAGNOSIS: Paris has an open fracture on the niddle of her face including the bridge area of her nose. An open fracture is a brocken bone that damages her skin.
TREATMENT: This open fracture will heal, but if it doesn't heal you will have to break the bone in your face again.
PROGNOSIS: She will become better if she doesn't drink to much alcohol and if she doesn't mess around with her face a lot.

LEADER REFLECTION:

In this challenge, we listened to two patients named Jasmine Achy and Paris Hiphop, and listened to their point of view to know what kind of symptoms they had and what was affecting their body.Jasmine had something called JRA that stands for Juvenille Rheumatoid Arthritis that causes immflamation, swelling, and high fevers. Paris Hiphop had an open fracture around her nose. Her symptom was a bloody nose that kept proceeding.



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CHALLENGE 3

SUMMARY OF CHALLENGE:

NAME OF CHALLENGE:Your Gross and Cool Body
DATE:March 14, 2011
WRITTEN BY: Dr. Nida
SUMMARY:We had to find facts about bones in the skeletal system.


VOCABULARY WORDS:

Bones -The hard objects that make up the skeleton.
Cardiac Muscle - Muscle that makes up the heart
Cartilage - Smooth tissue at the end of bones
Involuntary Muscle - Musckes that you can't control by thinking
Muscle - Body tissue that can pull
Muscular System - the entire group of muscles in the body. It allows movement.
Skeletal Muscle - Muscle attached to bones that move the body.
Skeletal System - the entire collection of bones and tissues that hold them together in the body.
Smooth Muscle - Kind of muscle found in many internal organs.
Spinal Cord - A bundle of nerves that connect the brain and the rest of the body
Tendon - A band of tough tissue that connects muscle to bone.
Voluntary Muscle - Muscle you can control by thinking.



EXPLORE MORE ASSIGNMENTS:


  • Cartalige – Smooth tissue at the end of bones.
  • Ligament – Strong tissue that connects bones.
  • Bones – The hard objects that make up the skeleton.
  • Skeletal Muscule – Muscle attached to bones that move the body.
  • Skelatal System – The entire collection of bones and tissue that holds them together in the body.



CRITICAL THINKING QUESTION:

The skeletal system gives your body its shape and protects and supports your body. The bones work with your muscles to help you move. Bones should be hard to protect your internal organs. Bones are made of proteins, bone cells, and minerals like calcium. If you break a bone, what should be done to help it heal? What do doctors use to see your bones? What do you need to do to ensure that your bones are strong and healthy?

Bibliography

"Skeleton." World Book Kids World Book, 2011. Web. 28 Apr. 2011.

LEADER REFLECTION:

We had some confusion during this challenge, but through hard work and determination our group seemed to pull it off. This was a great but difficult challenge, but it also encouraged us to work together.




Challenge 2 Name of Challenge: Who Are You
Today's Date: March 31, 2011
Writer: Dr. Auston
Summary of Challenge: We had to make ID Badges and we had ended up with some trouble resizing.



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LEADER'S REFLECTION: Our tribe has the potential to be great, but we had encountered some difficulties along the way. During our second challenge two people had trouble resizing our badges and we remade some of our badges. But as we procede in the survivor MD challenges, we will get better as we go along.