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Glucose & Insulin Cycle

Glucose & Insulin Cycle

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Feathers #adult #colouring

Feathers #adult #colouring

Autonomic Nervous System...mine is very dysfunctional because of POTS!!!

Autonomic Nervous System...mine is very dysfunctional because of POTS!!!

Resting Membrane Potential A neuron at rest is negatively charged: the inside of a cell is approximately 70 millivolts more negative than the outside (−70 mV, note that this number varies by neuron type and by species). This voltage is called the resting membrane potential; it is caused by differences in the concentrations of ions inside and outside the cell. If the membrane were equally permeable to all ions, each type of ion would flow across the membrane and the system would reach…

Resting Membrane Potential A neuron at rest is negatively charged: the inside of a cell is approximately 70 millivolts more negative than the outside (−70 mV, note that this number varies by neuron type and by species). This voltage is called the resting membrane potential; it is caused by differences in the concentrations of ions inside and outside the cell. If the membrane were equally permeable to all ions, each type of ion would flow across the membrane and the system would reach…

Synaptic Transmission Like wires in your home's electrical system, nerve cells make connections with one another in circuits called neural pathways.

Synaptic Transmission Like wires in your home's electrical system, nerve cells make connections with one another in circuits called neural pathways.

Cholinergic Transmission

Cholinergic Transmission

Super helpful way to visualize what an EKG means!

Super helpful way to visualize what an EKG means!

18.5 Pacemaker cells trigger action potentials throughout the heart: Human Anatomy and Physiology

18.5 Pacemaker cells trigger action potentials throughout the heart: Human Anatomy and Physiology

Comparison of the angles of insertion for intramuscular (IM), subcutaneous, and intradermal injections. An IM injection is given at a 72- to 90-degree angle. A subcutaneous injection is usually given at a 45-degree angle, but may be given at up to a 90-degree angle, if a short needle is used or if the person is heavy. The intradermal injection is given holding the syringe nearly parallel to the skin (10- to 15-degree angle).

Comparison of the angles of insertion for intramuscular (IM), subcutaneous, and intradermal injections. An IM injection is given at a 72- to 90-degree angle. A subcutaneous injection is usually given at a 45-degree angle, but may be given at up to a 90-degree angle, if a short needle is used or if the person is heavy. The intradermal injection is given holding the syringe nearly parallel to the skin (10- to 15-degree angle).