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Respiratory System Respiration

Respiration – There are simply stated two main types of respiration,Internal and external.  Air moving in one form or another is considered respiration, as defined the process that moves air into and out of the lungs. Breathing is the laymen … Continue reading

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Respiratory System Lungs

Lets name the parts for a change. I’ll mention the names then define them. Epiglottis, trachea, bronchioles, right, left, apex, and base.  Now lets define them. Protecting the lungs from food stuff and liquids is the epiglottis is a cartilage … Continue reading

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Respiratory System Alveoli

Respiratory – One of those vital signs that the doctor or nurse would check instantly to see if something is wrong with your life signs.  The fact is humans require oxygen to function normally and the body is structured in … Continue reading

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Organ systems Part II

This is the second part of the organs systems review. Keep in mind that this review is for massage therapy students who wish to accelerate their learning. It covers circulatory, lymphatic, urinary and reproductive systems of the body. The Circulatory … Continue reading

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