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Tutor profile: Malachi M.

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Malachi M.
Majoring in Health Science Minor in Coaching
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Subject: Physical Therapy

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what are the different grades of strains/sprains and what makes an injury fall under this grade strain/sprain ?

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Answer:

There are grades 1 through 3 strains/sprains including a alvusion fracture. Grade one is the stretching of fibers Grade two is actual tearing of some muscle/ligament fibers Grade three is the complete rupture of muscle/ligament fibers an Avulsion is the tearing away of tendon's or ligaments from the bony attachment

Subject: Biology

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What is the difference of water movement in a hypo tonic, hyper tonic and isotonic solution ? What is the definition of osmosis ?

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In a hypotonic solution the cell swells up because more water is moving in the cell than out. In a hyper tonic solution the cell shrinks because more water is moving out of the cell than in. In a isotonic solution the cells neither shrinks or swells because the movement of water is equal in and out. Osmosis the movement of solvent from a lower to higher concentration

Subject: Anatomy

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What are the four process of the respiratory system ?

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This would include the ;Pulmonary Ventilation, External Respiration and Transport, Internal Respiration.

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