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Mood for Food
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Mood for Food
SUMMARY OF CHALLENGE:
NAME OF CHALLENGE:RX
WRITTEN BY:Cole Zimmerman
SUMMARY:In this challenge we did a good job ,everyone helped EXCEPT FOR ME.
MEDICAL CHART: (PATIENT 1)
PATIENT'S NAME:Cee lyack
stomachaches, diarrhea, bloating, weight loss, decreased appetite, and poor growth
DIAGNOSIS: (WHAT IS THE HEALTH ISSUE? DESCRIBE WHAT THE ILLNESS IS)
Celiac Disease is they can’t have a variety of foods because if they eat gluten they will have a negative reaction.
TREATMENT: (WHAT SHOULD THE PATIENT DO?)
The treatment is to have gluten free foods.
PROGNOSIS: (WHAT IS THE OUTLOOK FOR THIS PATIENT? WILL HE/SHE GET BETTER? WHAT'S YOUR ADVICE AS A DOCTOR?)
The outlook of the patient is for her to not eat any gluten foods and then she’ll be fine.
LEADER REFLECTION: (VIDEO TO BE INSERTED HERE)
I think my team did 90% job out of 100%.
SUMMARY OF CHALLENGE:
NAME OF CHALLENGE: Your Gross and Cool Body
SUMMARY:For this challenge I had to find all the vocabulary word that have to do with my system and type them up.
Bladder-the hollow organ that stores urine.
Digestion-The process where food is broken down and absorbed in the body.
Digestive system – The group of organs that break down and absorb food in the body.
Gallbladder – A small sac like organ that stores digestive juices.
Kidneys – Organs that filter wastes from the body to produce urine.
Large intestine – Part of the digestive system that removes water and other materials from digested food.
Pancreas – An organ near the stomach that produces digestive juices and hormones.
Saliva – A sticky liquid in the mouth that helps swallowing and digestion.
Small intestine- Part of the digetive system where food is broken and absorbed.
Stamach-An organ where food is digested.
Urethra – The tube where urine leaves the body.
Urinary system – The group of organs that remove wastes from the blood.
Urine – A yellowish fluid produced by the kidneys.
EXPLORE MORE ASSIGNMENTS:
LIST AT LEAST FIVE IMPORTANT FACTS YOU LEARNED ABOUT THE STOMACH BELOW. USE BULLET POINTS.
The stomach is an organ that holds and breaks down food.
In the stomach there is a slimy muchas that keeps the food moist.
A tube called the esophagus runs down from the mouth to the stomach, with food, to the upper end of the stomach.
In the lower end of the stomach, the food goes to the small intestines.
Musles in the stomach mix the food and when the food turnes liquidey it passes through to the small intestines.
LIST AT LEAST FIVE IMPORTANT FACTS YOU LEARNED ABOUT THE KIDNEY BELOW. USE BULLET POINTS.
A kidney is an organ that belongs in all living things and humans.
The kidney produces urine which is a fluid that carries waste out of the body.
If one kidney is lost by accident or disease the other grows and does the work for both.
If both are lost then poisons build up and and sooner or later you will die, sometimes though you will be kept alive by a dialysis machine that does the work of both the kidneys.
And you can also get a kidney transplant for the diseased one and then have a healthy kidney again.
The human kidney is the color
purple-brown and looks like a large kidney bean.
They are about the size of an adults fist.
They are below the middle of the back and on each side of the backbone
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTION:
The kidneys are one of the most important organs in the body because they are organs that filter wastes from the body to produce urine. People can live with one kidney because,
only one kidney is enough for a lifetime and you can live a normal healthy life just by having a single kidney. When one of your kidneys is removed the remaining kidney takes on or does the work of both the kidneys. Certain changes also take place in the remaining kidney so that it can maintain homeostasis.
Name of Challenge
Name of Challenge:Who Are You?
Summary of Challenge: In this challenge our tribewe had to find out the meaning of our medical specialty, and then copy that information on our bio handout. Then we had to write a short biography about ouselves.And then the last thing we had to do was make our badges.
LEADER'S REFLECTION: During this challenge some of our tribe members were not nice to each other. We also didn't finish our work in time. But in the end we did a pretty good job.
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