• Submitted By: avaler2
  • Date Submitted: 05/11/2010 3:08 AM
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Necrosis- tissue death, caused by an outside source- spider bite ect..

Lividity- one of the signs of death, is a settling of the blood in the lower (dependent) portion of the body, causing a purplish red discoloration of the skin: when the heart is no longer agitating the blood, heavy red blood cells sink through the serum by action of gravity. This discoloration does not occur in the areas of the body that are in contact with the ground or another object, as the capillaries are compressed.

Darvacet –pain medication, analgeic, mild pain, opiod, cobines with acetemetaphine

Avg. weight of lungs 350 grams for an adult male

Fluid starts building up in lungs- slow death- in a coma for a long time- drug overdose

Enlarged heart- muscle has gotten hyper----- has to pump harder—high blood pressure

Micro valve
Tricuspid valve
Aortic Valve

Pons- front of the brain stem Pon tene (pons bridge) hemmorage inside the pons link between central nervous system and midbrain

Stimulants- will cause BP to increase and it can burst open a vital blood vessel.

Pons- located on the brain stem. Superior of medulla oblongata. Inferior to midbrain. In front/Anterior to cerebellum.

Cerebellum- motor control. Contributes to coordination, accurate timing, precision
. Recieves sensory input . fine tunes. Damage causes problems with posture, motor learning ect.

Bowels decended- part of bowel/ colon dead

Blot clots in the spleen-

Ischemic colitis- blot clot kills a persons bowels

Ischemia- restriction in blood supply

Code- Heart Stops

Analgesic- painkiller

Tramadol- treats moderate to severe pain

Antagonist- blocks
Agonist- inhibits reuptake, mimics a naturally occurring
Dilaudid- hydromorphone- semi-syntentic- derivative of morphine- narcotic
Fentanyl- rapid onset, short duraction, 100X more potent then morphine


Oxycodone- oxytocin-...