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EMT Chapter 20
Allergen
Allergic Reaction
Anaphylaxis
Angioedema
Substance that cause an allergic reaction.
The body's exaggerated immune response to an inter or surface…
An extreme, life-threatening, systemic allergic reaction that…
Localized areas of swelling beneath the skin, often around th…
Allergen
Substance that cause an allergic reaction.
Allergic Reaction
The body's exaggerated immune response to an inter or surface…
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Respiratory diseases
Pharyngitis
Diptheria
Otitis media
Common cold
Streptococcus pyogenes. From strep throat. Purulent exudates…
Corynebacterium diptheriae. Spread by droplets, fomites, or c…
Streptococcus pneumoniae or Haemophilus influenzae. Inflammat…
Rhinovirus "Coryza" very seldom fever and headache. 1-2 weeks…
Pharyngitis
Streptococcus pyogenes. From strep throat. Purulent exudates…
Diptheria
Corynebacterium diptheriae. Spread by droplets, fomites, or c…
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chapter 0 ex phys
Physiology
Exercise physiology
A.V. Hill
Otto Meyerhof
The study of the function of tissues, organs, and systems
The study of exercise on the function of these tissues, organ…
Heat production during muscle contraction and recovery
Relationship of O2 consumption and lactic acid in muscle
Physiology
The study of the function of tissues, organs, and systems
Exercise physiology
The study of exercise on the function of these tissues, organ…
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Respiratory NUR 305 FINAL
Atalectasis
Surfactant
Chronic Bronchitis
Emphysema
collapse of alveoli
keeps alveoli inflated after you breathe out most the air in…
patient is over weight, blue in the face, productive cough fo…
patient is tall, thin, increased respiratory muscles, pink in…
Atalectasis
collapse of alveoli
Surfactant
keeps alveoli inflated after you breathe out most the air in…
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Normal values
Urine Output
Heart Rate
Diagnostic Chest Percussion
Breath Sounds
40mL/hour
60-100/min
Resonant
Vesicular
Urine Output
40mL/hour
Heart Rate
60-100/min
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Unit 5 - bacterial
Pharyngitis
Most common cause of bacterial pharyng…
Other pharyngitis-causing bacteria
Streptococcus pyogenes (Group A beta h…
Symptoms: local inflammation (sore throat), fever, chills, he…
Group A, beta hemolytic Streptococcus (strep pyogenes)
Groups C & G streptococci... Arcanobacterium haemolyticum ... Neiss…
Most common cause of sore throat... Only 5-10% of cases of phary…
Pharyngitis
Symptoms: local inflammation (sore throat), fever, chills, he…
Most common cause of bacterial pharyng…
Group A, beta hemolytic Streptococcus (strep pyogenes)
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Respiratory System
pharynx
larynx
trachea
right and left primary bronchi
pharynx
larynx
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chapter 17: infectious diseases
pathogens cause 2 categories of disease
infectious diseases
macules
patch
1. microbial intoxications... 2. infectious diseases
diseases that are caused by pathogens following colonization…
circumscribed alterations in skin color, surface is NOT eleva…
a macule greater than 2 cm in diameter
pathogens cause 2 categories of disease
1. microbial intoxications... 2. infectious diseases
infectious diseases
diseases that are caused by pathogens following colonization…
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Evolve GI
A client with hepatitis B asks the nur…
A client who had a transurethral resec…
An older female client with diarrhea i…
A client newly diagnosed with cancer o…
There are medications to help reduce viral load and liver inf…
"I will notify my health care provider if persistent bleeding…
"It is safe to place people with the same infection in one ro…
"Surgery is the recommended approach. Why don't you discuss t…
A client with hepatitis B asks the nur…
There are medications to help reduce viral load and liver inf…
A client who had a transurethral resec…
"I will notify my health care provider if persistent bleeding…
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acid base
equation
Respiratory control
Kidney control
acidosis
6.1 + log ([HCO3-]/[CO2])
CO2
NaHCO3
pH<7.35, coma, death, disorientation
equation
6.1 + log ([HCO3-]/[CO2])
Respiratory control
CO2
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Buckley Turf II Insect Review
Explain the respiratory system of an i…
What is tagmosis?
Name the 3 body regions of an insect.
How do insects injure plants?
One big lung
Evolutionary process of grouping segments into body regions
Head... Thorax... Abdomen
feeding... oviposition... vectoring diseases
Explain the respiratory system of an i…
One big lung
What is tagmosis?
Evolutionary process of grouping segments into body regions
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Microbiology Final
Papillomaviruses
coronaviruses
Herpes simplex virus I
Herpes simplex virus II
Wart, cervical cancer
SARS, respiratory infections
Cold sores, fever bliters
Venereal sores
Papillomaviruses
Wart, cervical cancer
coronaviruses
SARS, respiratory infections
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Anatomy final review
Parts of the ear
Parts of the eye
Parts of respiratory
GI tract
Auricle, ecternal acoustic meatus, eardrum, malleus, incus, s…
Cornea, sclera, optic nerve, choroid coat, ciliary body, lens…
Frontal sinus, nasal cavity, hard palate, nostril, soft palat…
Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach , pancreas , liver , gallb…
Parts of the ear
Auricle, ecternal acoustic meatus, eardrum, malleus, incus, s…
Parts of the eye
Cornea, sclera, optic nerve, choroid coat, ciliary body, lens…
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Peds ATI Ch. 22 (Acute Infectious Gastrointestinal Disorders)
risk factors
expected findings
rotavirus manifestations
rotavirus transmission
Lack of normal elimination pattern, lack of clean... water, poor…
● Reports of fatigue, malaise, change in behavior, change in…
Viral infection... MANIFESTATIONS... ● Most common cause of diarrh…
fecal-oral
risk factors
Lack of normal elimination pattern, lack of clean... water, poor…
expected findings
● Reports of fatigue, malaise, change in behavior, change in…
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KNS 480 Respiratory (module quiz)
A right shift in the oxyhemoglobin dis…
Which of the following would result in…
Normal expiration is about ____ times…
This type of respiratory pattern is ch…
a) True
c) Alkalosis
b) 1.5
a) Biot's
A right shift in the oxyhemoglobin dis…
a) True
Which of the following would result in…
c) Alkalosis
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Lab Final
Superior/Inferior
ventral/anterior/dorsal/posterior
Medial/lateral
Proximal/Distal
towards/away from head
in front of/in back of
towards/away from middle
closer/away from attachment
Superior/Inferior
towards/away from head
ventral/anterior/dorsal/posterior
in front of/in back of
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Final 3,4, and 5
Three dimensional views of cells and o…
When light rays pass into an object bu…
A microscope in which light rays pass…
A comound microscope has _______.
Scanning electron microscope (SEM)
transmission
Nomarski
more than one lens
Three dimensional views of cells and o…
Scanning electron microscope (SEM)
When light rays pass into an object bu…
transmission
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Infectious Diseases of the Upper Respiratory System
Where is the break between the upper a…
Anatomical defenses of the respiratory…
2nd/3rd lines of defense of the respir…
Normal biota of the respiratory system
Larynx/Trachea
-nasal hair... -cilia (ciliary escalator)... -mucus... -involuntary re…
-complement action of lungs(proteins form pores)... -cytokines/a…
-gram + bacteria strep and staph are common... -may cause proble…
Where is the break between the upper a…
Larynx/Trachea
Anatomical defenses of the respiratory…
-nasal hair... -cilia (ciliary escalator)... -mucus... -involuntary re…
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Patho 2 final: Respiratory part
What is rate and volume controlled by?
Where is the respiratory control cente…
What nerous system innervates the lungs?
What do lung receptors do?
The respiratory center in the brain, lung receptors and chemo…
In the brain stem
ANS
Sense irritants and produce cough, Promote expriation
What is rate and volume controlled by?
The respiratory center in the brain, lung receptors and chemo…
Where is the respiratory control cente…
In the brain stem
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Respiratory anatomy
Nares
Nasopharynx
Soft palet
Epiglottis
smelling and inhaling the air
part of the pharynx, behind the nose, connects the nose to th…
separates nasopharynx from the oropharynx
guides the food to the esophagus when swallowing, also preven…
Nares
smelling and inhaling the air
Nasopharynx
part of the pharynx, behind the nose, connects the nose to th…
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Pharm Final; Test 2-Part 2 MoA-Treat
Dexagram MoA
Dexagram (Treat)
Alprazolam (Xanax) MoA
Alprazolam (Xanax) Treat
Respiratory depression
Respiratory depression
Interact with GABA to reduce excitability
Reduce anxiety, treat insomnia, panic disorder
Dexagram MoA
Respiratory depression
Dexagram (Treat)
Respiratory depression
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Respiratory system
Nasal cavity
Larynx
Right lung
Left Lung
The hollow spaces in the nose through which air flows from th…
the area of the throat that contains the vocal cords and prod…
Lung with 3 lobes
Lung with 2 lobes
Nasal cavity
The hollow spaces in the nose through which air flows from th…
Larynx
the area of the throat that contains the vocal cords and prod…
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B3-6 Neurodegenerative Diseases
What is secondary neurodegeneration? W…
What is lysosomal storage disease?
What is the greatest risk factor for n…
What are the goals when intervening in…
-does not originate in the brain ... -caused by toxins and metab…
an accumulation of metabolic waste. kids are affected and the…
age
-halt or slow progression... -repair and regenerate... -change the…
What is secondary neurodegeneration? W…
-does not originate in the brain ... -caused by toxins and metab…
What is lysosomal storage disease?
an accumulation of metabolic waste. kids are affected and the…
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B3-4 Opioids
An _______ is structurally related to…
What are seven differences between opi…
Describe the structure of opioids?
What are three kinds of endogenous opi…
opiate and opioid
1: opioids produce tolerance, ... 2: opioids produce psychologic…
phenol-C-C-N terminal
endorphins, enkephalins, dynorphins
An _______ is structurally related to…
opiate and opioid
What are seven differences between opi…
1: opioids produce tolerance, ... 2: opioids produce psychologic…
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Chapter 12: Substance
Substance Use Disorders
Substance use disorders
Long term alcohol effects
Substance: A chemical that alters a person's mood or behavior…
Withdrawal: Physiological and psychological changes that occu…
...
Substance Use Disorders
Substance: A chemical that alters a person's mood or behavior…
Substance use disorders
Withdrawal: Physiological and psychological changes that occu…
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Respiratory Revision 2
Describe the lung lobes of the horse?
Describe the lung lobes of the ox?
What is special about the way horse re…
What is tidal volume?
R cranial and caudal lobes... L cranial and caudal lobes
R cranial (cranial and caudal parts)... R caudal... R middle... Acesso…
Exhalation beyond resting volume... The recoil stored can be use…
The air taken in during heach breath
Describe the lung lobes of the horse?
R cranial and caudal lobes... L cranial and caudal lobes
Describe the lung lobes of the ox?
R cranial (cranial and caudal parts)... R caudal... R middle... Acesso…
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Respiratory system
Upper respiratory system
Lower respiratory system
Nasal cavity
Pharynx
From the nasal cavity to the larynx
Trachea to alveoli
Warms, filters and humidifies incoming air; olfaction
Shared between digestion and respiration, passageway for air,…
Upper respiratory system
From the nasal cavity to the larynx
Lower respiratory system
Trachea to alveoli
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IPES Positive Indications
Pulse rate and rhythm
Respiratory rate and rhythm
Core temperature
Auscultation blood presssure
A
B
...
...
Pulse rate and rhythm
A
Respiratory rate and rhythm
B
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Heart Failure
Class 1
Class 2
Class 3
Class 4
no limitation of ordinary physical activity
slight limitation of ordinary physical activity
marked limitation of physical activity
symptoms at rest-fatigue, dyspnea
Class 1
no limitation of ordinary physical activity
Class 2
slight limitation of ordinary physical activity
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Neuro Disorders
Cellular energy failure
Excitatory Amino Acids
Reperfusion injury
Abnormal Autoregulation
Tissue is highly sensitive to oxygen deprivation due to high…
Excessive release of excited AA's such as glutamine --> calci…
URGENT ... When blood flow is reintroduced to previously ischemi…
When the Autoregulation for homeostasis is altered so it make…
Cellular energy failure
Tissue is highly sensitive to oxygen deprivation due to high…
Excitatory Amino Acids
Excessive release of excited AA's such as glutamine --> calci…
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Anatomy
microscopic (fine) anatomy
cytology
histology
organs
Study of anatomy aided through magnification.
Study of cells.
Study of tissues.
Tissues in combination.
microscopic (fine) anatomy
Study of anatomy aided through magnification.
cytology
Study of cells.
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Unit one chapter 3 science mason
Nervous system
Skeletal system
Muscular System
Integumentary system
Includes the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. It carries messa…
Your 206 bones of the ______________ give the body its shape…
Made up of muscles that are attached to and move bones
Includes your skin, hair, and nails. It protects the body fro…
Nervous system
Includes the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. It carries messa…
Skeletal system
Your 206 bones of the ______________ give the body its shape…
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NURS 212: Geriatric Assessment
Physical Assessment of the Older Adult
Effective communication with older per…
Inspection
Skin changes
-History... --Adapt to hearing/speaking difficulties... --Thought p…
-Use low pitch voice... -Use short, concise sentences... -Face pt.,…
-Thinning of hair/balding... -Hair gray/white... -Facial hair older…
-Loss of subcutaneous fat (capillaries at surface: senile pur…
Physical Assessment of the Older Adult
-History... --Adapt to hearing/speaking difficulties... --Thought p…
Effective communication with older per…
-Use low pitch voice... -Use short, concise sentences... -Face pt.,…
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Quiz and Jeopardy Questions
Everyone who has a positive TB skin te…
what organism is characterized with wh…
what organism is characterized with sc…
what organism is characterized with cr…
True
bordatella pertussis
streptococcus pyogenes
corynebacterium diphtheriae
Everyone who has a positive TB skin te…
True
what organism is characterized with wh…
bordatella pertussis
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vbio final
mammals are a type of aminote, however…
mammals have how many bounded fenestra…
when did mammal evolution make there f…
what is the name of the clade that hou…
synapsidia
1 bounded fenestra, by postorbital, jugal, squamosal
after permian extinction
therapids
mammals are a type of aminote, however…
synapsidia
mammals have how many bounded fenestra…
1 bounded fenestra, by postorbital, jugal, squamosal
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Histology- Digestive System 1
What is the function of the digestive…
What are the four tissue layers (tunic…
Tunica mucosa
Tunica submucosa
Food prehension- lips and mouth... Breakdown of food- chemical a…
1. Tunica mucosa- innermost... 2. Tunica submucosa... 3. Tunica mus…
Epithelium... Lamina propria- loose connective tissue/glands... Lam…
May contain glands... Contains vasculature... Meissner's nerve plexus
What is the function of the digestive…
Food prehension- lips and mouth... Breakdown of food- chemical a…
What are the four tissue layers (tunic…
1. Tunica mucosa- innermost... 2. Tunica submucosa... 3. Tunica mus…
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Wk 5 Physiological Responses to Stressors
Sympathetic-Adrenamedullary Response t…
SNS-"Fight or Flight" Response
Internal Stimuli that can be appraised…
Stretch reflex=
-hypothalamus receives messages from the limbic system and ca…
-Vasoconstriction of arterioles (pale face/cold sweat)... -Pupil…
pain, GI distress, muscle tension
when a muscle is stretched, reflex contraction of that muscle…
Sympathetic-Adrenamedullary Response t…
-hypothalamus receives messages from the limbic system and ca…
SNS-"Fight or Flight" Response
-Vasoconstriction of arterioles (pale face/cold sweat)... -Pupil…
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Weeks 9-10: Respiratory Pathophysiology
ventilation
hypoventilation
hypercapnia
acidosis
moving air in/out of alveoli
insufficient air moving in/out of alveoli
Elevated CO2 in blood
Increased H+ concentration
ventilation
moving air in/out of alveoli
hypoventilation
insufficient air moving in/out of alveoli
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Anatomy of Breathing
What vertebrae does the larynx become…
Horozontal fissure is only in which lu…
What is the top of the lung
How many bronchopulmonary segments are…
C6 vertebrae
Right lung
Apex of the lung
10
What vertebrae does the larynx become…
C6 vertebrae
Horozontal fissure is only in which lu…
Right lung
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Medically important gram (-) bacilli
aerobic gram (-) non-enteric bacilli
endotoxin
Pseudomonas and Burkholderia
Brucella and Francisella
do not form spores... wide range of habitats (large intestines,…
all have a lipopolysaccharide outer membrane of cell wall
an opportunistic pathogen
zoonotic pathogens
aerobic gram (-) non-enteric bacilli
do not form spores... wide range of habitats (large intestines,…
endotoxin
all have a lipopolysaccharide outer membrane of cell wall
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Nutrition Test 4: Chapter 17
Stress response
Hormones
Catecholamines
Cortisol
nonspecific response to variety of stressors... -body focuses on…
Catecholamines... Cortisol... Aldosterone... ADH
-epinephrine and norepinephrine... -fight or flight... -stimulate h…
-steroid hormone... -protein degradation... -glucose production
Stress response
nonspecific response to variety of stressors... -body focuses on…
Hormones
Catecholamines... Cortisol... Aldosterone... ADH
31 termscreated on December 3, 2016
respiratory system
upper respiratory system
lower respiratory system
external nares
nasal vestibule
made up of the nose, nasal cavity, sinuses, pharynx; make up…
made up of the larynx, trachea, bronchial tree, lungs; make u…
allows air to enter and exit the body
contains air and glands
upper respiratory system
made up of the nose, nasal cavity, sinuses, pharynx; make up…
lower respiratory system
made up of the larynx, trachea, bronchial tree, lungs; make u…
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Mink respiratory system
trachea
tracheal cartilage
larynx
bronchi
long tube extends caudally from larynx to bronchi
walls of trachea strengthened by series of c shaped things th…
cartilaginous expansion of cranial end of the trachea near ba…
two short tubes formed by bifurcation of trachea at the level…
trachea
long tube extends caudally from larynx to bronchi
tracheal cartilage
walls of trachea strengthened by series of c shaped things th…
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Ch 40 Antiviral Drugs
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AI…
Antibodies
Antigen
Antiretroviral drugs
Infection caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), w…
Immunoglobulin molecules that have an antigen specific amino…
A substance, usually a protein, that is foreign to a host & c…
A specific term for antiviral drugs that work against retrovi…
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AI…
Infection caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), w…
Antibodies
Immunoglobulin molecules that have an antigen specific amino…
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pH
[H+] ; something with the pH under 7
[OH-] ; something with the pH over 7-14
7
Urinary and Respiratory systems
What is an acid?
What is a base?
The number where pH is neutral?
Which body systems regulate pH?
[H+] ; something with the pH under 7
What is an acid?
[OH-] ; something with the pH over 7-14
What is a base?
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Med Abbreviations T-Z
T
T&A
tab
TB
temperature
tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy
tablet
tuberculosis
T
temperature
T&A
tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy
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Foundations of Nursing Final Exam
Infectious Agents
Reservoir for pathogen growth
Infection
Colonization
Bacteria, virus, fungi, and protazoa. (Examples in book, page…
Most common: human body.... Carrier: person/animal that carries…
Entry and multiplication of organism in host.
Microorganism present, multiplies, but does not cause infecti…
Infectious Agents
Bacteria, virus, fungi, and protazoa. (Examples in book, page…
Reservoir for pathogen growth
Most common: human body.... Carrier: person/animal that carries…
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AP Final
Anatomy
Physiology
Structural organization
8 Necessary life functions
Structure of the body
Function of the body
Chemical-cellular-tissue-organ-organs system-organism
Maintain boundaries, movement, responsiveness, metabolism, ex…
Anatomy
Structure of the body
Physiology
Function of the body
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Biology QUIZ
how many levels of organization does t…
Specialized cells develop from...
Zygotes first divide into what?
what are the 2 stages that stem cells…
5
a single zygote
embryonic stem cells
determination and differentiation
how many levels of organization does t…
5
Specialized cells develop from...
a single zygote
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Fluid and electrolytes
Foods HIGH In phosphorus
Foods HIGH in potassium
Foods HIGH in magnesium
Foods HIGH in calcium
Seeds(pumpkin and squash)... Cheese (romano)... Fish (salmon)... Shell…
Oranges... Bananas... Avocados... Kiwi... Grapefruit... Apricots... Beans... Potat…
Green veggies... Nuts... Seafood... Citrus ... Whole grains... Nuts
Milk products ... Green, leafy vegetables... Sardines ... Tofu... Rhubarb
Foods HIGH In phosphorus
Seeds(pumpkin and squash)... Cheese (romano)... Fish (salmon)... Shell…
Foods HIGH in potassium
Oranges... Bananas... Avocados... Kiwi... Grapefruit... Apricots... Beans... Potat…
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