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Tutor profile: Deanna M.

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Deanna M.
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Subject: Physical Therapy

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A PT uses an intermittent compression device to treat a patient w/ LE edema. What are three things to carefully monitor during the session, given that the patient has a history of mixed arterial and venous disease?

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Answer:

1. Lower leg skin color 2. Capillary refill time 3. Palpation of Dorsalis Pedis Artery

Subject: Sociology

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Describe the term "Othering" and give an example.

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Othering is a term used when referring to a group of people that are different and seemingly (implicitly or explicitly) inferior to another group of people. For example, women that work in male-dominated professions, such as engineering or finance, they are seem as the "other" because they are different, not the "norm", and the minority.

Subject: Anatomy

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Describe the path of blood flow through the heart (including valves, chambers, arteries & veins). Where is blood oxygenated? Deoxygenated?

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Answer:

Right Atrium --> Tricuspid Valve --> Right Ventricle --> Pulmonic Valve --> Pulmonary Artery --> Lungs --> Pulmonary Veins --> Left Atrium --> Mitral Valve --> Left Ventricle --> Aortic Valve --> Aorta --> Body --> Superior & Inferior Vena Cava --> Right Atrium Blood is oxygenated from: Pulmonary Veins --> Body Blood is deoxygenated from: Superior & Inferior Vena Cava --> Lungs

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