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Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 1 Marine Requirements for First Aid Kits Workplace Type of First Aid Kit 1. On a ship (a) with 2 to 5 employees A (b) with 6 to 19 employees B (c) with 20 to 49 employees C (d) with 50 or more employees D 2.At a detached workplace E Source: Canada Labour Code: Marine Occupational Safety and Health Regulations, 1987.
Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 2 Confined Space Entry Do not enter a confined space that you are not authorized to enter Proper training is required Proper respiratory protection and other equipment are required A safety watch must be assigned
Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 3 Respiratory System Nose Mouth Upper airway Lungs
Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 4 Circulatory System Pulmonary artery Superior vena cava Heart Aorta Inferior vena cava Femoral vein and artery Radial artery Brachial artery Jugular vein Carotid artery
Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 5 Nervous System Brain Spinal cord
Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 6 Musculoskeletal System Skull Clavicle (collarbone) Scapula (shoulder blade) Humerus Ribs Radius Ulna Sacrum Coccyx Femur Patella (kneecap) Fibula Tibia Spine Mandible (jaw) Sternum (breastbone) Carpal bones Metacarpal bones Phalanges Tarasl bones Metatarsal bones Phalanges Pelvis
Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 7 Musculoskeletal System Face muscles Neck muscles Back muscles Gluteus maximus Hamstring muscles Calf muscles Achilles tendon Deltoid Triceps Extensors of wrist and fingers Chest muscles Abdominal muscles Groin muscles Patella Extensors of foot and toes Quadriceps muscles Extensors of wrist and fingers Biceps Deltoid Neck muscles
CRANIUM SKULL 1. CERVICAL VERTEBRAE NECK 2 CLAVICLE COLLARBONE 3.
The Skeletal System. Axial Skeleton The axial skeleton forms the central axis of the body. It consists of the skull, the vertebral column, the ribs and.
Skeletal System. 4 Functions of the Skeletal System 1. Supports the body. The backbone is the main support center for the upper body. It holds your head.
The Skeletal System by Jim Alton Lesson 2 The Skeletal System Objectives – Name the major groups of the skeletal system. Identify bones using common.
Bell Ringer 1. Turn in your worksheet from last class if you have not already done so. 2.On the skeleton provided label the medical names for each of the.
Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings The Skeletal System.
SKELETAL SYSTEM Assignment #10. Cranium Mandible Sternum Rib Vertebral Column Pelvis Sacrum Coccyx Clavicle Scapula Humerus Ulna Radius Carpals Metacarpals.
Body Systems’ Review Skeletal System Hand Bones Circulatory System Respiratory System By Mrs. Ardizzone.
Bones Of The Human Skeleton Can you name them?. Name The Bone cranium.
Within our bodies we have many different parts which form our skeleton. These bones help to support and protect our bodies. When you are born, you have.
Health Occupations Skeletal System – Unit 2. Spinal Column Made up of 26 bones, divided into 5 parts Function –Protect spinal cord –Provide support for.
D 1.1 Skeletal System What does the Skeletal System do?
Skeletal System Notes * Without bones we would be compared to what? The skeletal system has 3 main functions: Protection Movement Structure Name two examples.
The Human Body. Levels of Organization in the Body Cells Tissues –Epithelial, connective, muscular, nervous Organs –Examples include stomach, liver, heart.
206 Total Bones. Function: Provides shape and support Aids in movement Protects internal organs Produces Red Blood Cells Stores Minerals such as Calcium.
Skeletal System. The Skeletal System In this lesson, you will Learn About… I can describe the parts and functions of the skeletal system and explain how.
A newborn baby has 305 bones. As a human develops to the age of 25, some bones fuse together to obtain maximum strength. The average human skeleton.
Loughborough College (c) The bones of the anterior skeleton Move the mouse over different regions of the skeleton, to see the names of the highlighted.
The Skeleton. The Head Cranium – Also known as the skull. Protects the brain. Mandible – Jaw bone, holds the teeth in place. Works with the upper mouth.
Within our bodies we have many different parts which form our skeleton. These bones help to support and protect our bodies. What to do: Select the Skeleton.
Please write Mr. V’s Website on the front cover of your book. https://verhelst5a.wikispaces.com.
The Skeletal and Muscular Systems In this lesson, you will Learn About… The functions of the skeletal and muscular systems. How bones and muscles work.
Skeletal & Muscular Systems 6 th Grade with Mr. Springer.
Skull Ulna Pelvis Carpals Metacarpals Clavicle Scapula Sternum Ribs Humerus Vertebra Radius.
The Skeletal System 206 Bones Total. Functions Hold body up, give it shape Place for muscles to attach to help us move, breathe, and eat Act as levers.
Axial skeleton skull (cranium and facial bones) hyoid bone (anchors tongue and muscles associated with swallowing) vertebral column (vertebrae and disks)
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY THIS IS THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE BODY.
Skeleton System The skeletal system is broken into 2 categories Axial Skull Ribs Sternum Vertebral column Appendicular Upper extremity Lower extremity.
P1 – Describe the Structure & Function of the Skeletal System Unit 1 – Principles of Anatomy & Physiology in Sport.
Biological and Physical Sciences SKELETAL SYSTEM.
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Chapter 7 Skeletal Organization. Number of Bones Average number of bones is 206 – People may have varying numbers of bones Ex – sutural bones, sesamoid.
Fig Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Posterior viewAnterior view Phalanges Metatarsal.
BioEd Online Introduction to Organ Systems. BioEd Online Organ Systems Cardiovascular Respiratory Nervous Digestive Muscular Skeletal.
12-1 Chapter 12 Surface Anatomy Surface Anatomy of Head.
skeleton – the framework of connected bones in your body bone – is an organ of the skeletal system that stores minerals bone marrow – soft tissue.
WHAT IS A BONE ? ? - Bone is a living organ made of bone cells, connective tissue, and minerals. - What make up our Bones? - Cortical (compact bone) -
Body Systems. Skeletal System (p. 850) function – to protect and support axial – skull, rib cage, vertebral column appendicular –pectoral & pelvic girdles,
Skeletal System. Bones The skeletal system is made up of bones and cartilage, which is the framework of our body. Babies have 300 bones Adults have 206.
Do Now 1.Describe fourth degree burn. 2.What is albinism? 3.What is necrotizing fasciitis? 4.What are the three layers of skin? 5.What do you know about.
Appendicular Skeleton Ch. 8. Appendicular Skeleton 126 bones Limbs Girdles Allows us to move and manipulate objects.
THE BONES OF THE SKELETON ULNA CARPALS FRONTVIEW OF THE PELVIS PHALANGE FIBULA PATELLA SCAPULA TIBIA CLAVICLE STERNUM METACARPALS RADIUS HUMERUS RIBCAGE.
Hand out the Skeletal System Worksheet and the Muscular System Worksheet.
Bones of the Lower Extremity. Review Regions of the Backbone Chest Sternum Ribs.
The Human Body Within our bodies we have many different parts which form our skeleton. These bones help to support and protect our bodies. What to do:
The Motor System C.E.I.P. Manuel Laza Palacio Carmen Posadas Gallardo Manuel Alvarez Vigil.
WARM UP 1/20 1. How many bones do we have in our body? 2. How many in our head? 3. Name as many bones as you know.
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