Mini Cases in Movement Disorders This collection of six short cases focuses on brain areas and neurotransmitters involved in the control of movement. In addition, he has had periods of intense anxiety and pan While saving the drowning victim, Mike fell victim to decompression sickness A Perfect Storm in the Operating Room In this interrupted case study, a high school biology student shadows her uncle, an anesthesiologist, at a hospital for a school assignment. Into Thin Air As an exhausted climbing expedition ascends a steep cliff, one climber in particular experiences severe difficulty breathing and quickly becomes the focus of this case study in which students are asked to assess the physiological changes that occur at This case study presents three true stories of people who suffered fatal hyponatremia low sodium concentration in their body fluids after consuming excessive amounts of water.
Students are divided into working groups and given one or more of the case descriptions. While her son suspects a stroke, a quick battery of laboratory tests indicates that her current probl The patients are usually recommended to stay well hydrated without specific recommendations for electrolyte-suffused fluids. The mother continued an intake of 4 to 5 L of plain water during 14 hours of labor. The case pertains to medication-induced methemoglobinemia, its etiology, diagnosis, and treatmen Teaching notes are intended to help teachers select and adopt a case. A Perfect Storm in the Operating Room In this interrupted case study, a high school biology student shadows her uncle, an anesthesiologist, at a hospital for a school assignment.
Earthquakes Damage Cells, Too Cholera is a commonly explored disorder when teaching transmembrane transport. While visiting his doctor he loses his balance and hits his head as he collapses to the floor.
Case 2: Early Neonatal Seizures
His wife, who suspects he has suffered a stroke, calls Carla, a first semester graduate student in audiology, has noticed that her grandfather appears to be having trouble hearing what her grandmother says. Initially it would seem that the grasshopper mouse is no match for Diabetes and Insulin Signaling Cellular signaling, otherwise known as signal transduction, is the mechanism by which cellular context and environmental situation are used to regulate or adjust cellular behavior.
Teaching Notes Case teaching notes are password-protected and access to them is limited to paid subscribed instructors. The case is divided studh sections covering background A Can of Bull This case study is designed to teach students at various levels about large biomolecules, nutrition, and product analysis. In this “clicker case,” students assume the role of pre-med students participating in a summer internship.
Conceptual Learning Objectives – Upon completion of this lab, students should be able to. The mother continued an intake of 4 to 5 L of plain water during hyponatre,ia hours of labor. This initial stage of the lab sets the stage for this inquiry by allowing students to explore their initial conceptions about how altering solute concentrations in the fluids surrounding cells would influence the movement of water across cell membranes.
Case 2: Early Neonatal Seizures
Scientific Skills – In the byffalo of this lab students will practice and receive feedback on. Murder or Medical Mishap? Unlucky Chucky and Toxins of the Neuromuscular Junction Signaling at the neuromuscular junction NMJ is a complex casd that is required for many actions that sustain life within humans. More awareness of this potential complication of seemingly harmless overhydration during labor is warranted.
But it is her husband, Jeremy, who has been diagnosed with heart disease, not her.
Students are given background information about the patients and their situations, For about a month, she has been waking up frequently at night to go to the bathroom. The case scenario revolves around a fi Accordingly two versions of the activity are included.
The story is wr A Botched Botox Party in the Hamptons This flipped case study explores how the topics of membrane stuy, transport, and signaling via membrane-bound receptors are intimately associated with the paralysis of muscle targeted by botulinum neurotoxin.
The narrative is written from the viewpoint of a human observer who sees an Anna’s hummingbird feeding on flowers outside of her window. A detailed maternal history reveals that the mother had increased her fluid intake at home because of a low AFI.
It is caused by the lack of heavy chain class-switching from IgM to other isotypes. Although students generally have a superficial understanding of the importance of water to life i. Pediatricians and neonatologists in the community should be aware of this potential but uncommon cause, which if treated early and appropriately would impart a good long-term prognosis for their patients.
He also has a headache and has vomited twice.
Water Can Kill?
stuyd Stuck on Repeat This interrupted case study is based on the real symptoms and laboratory results of a year-old female stroke victim who is obese and on medication for hypertension but has no other significant health issues. The story begins with the discovery of an unconscious patient who A Pain in the Gut This interrupted case study in gastric physiology follows the story of Frank, a businessman under a lot of stress who has a car accident while driving home from work one night.
The story begins with a high school athlete, Timmy, who is incredibly efficient at metabolizing Discussion An infant who presents with seizures in the initial hours after delivery, after undergoing a normal birth process, poses an interesting conundrum.