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Tutor profile: Jamie M.

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Jamie M.
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Subject: Nursing

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Explain the Cushings Triad & what it may indicate.

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Answer:

The Cushing's Triad are 3 clinical features that may be indicative of an underlying neurological injury & increased ICP. These 3 features include: bradycardia, increased blood pressure (with a widened pulse pressure), and irregular respirations.

Subject: Biology

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Explain the main functions/unique features of mitochondria.

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Mitochondria are unique organelles, in that they are self-replicating & contain their own DNA, which are also only inherited maternally. These organelles are the main site for ATP synthesis within the cell & play a crucial role in cellular metabolism.

Subject: Anatomy

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What are the various types of bone cells?

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There are multiple types of bone cells found within a typical bone. These include osteocytes, which are the mature cells that maintain bone tissues; osteoblasts, which form the bone matrix; osteogenic cells, which are stem cells; and also osteoclasts which work to breakdown & resorb bone.

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