• Card 11 / 25: Name 2 Long-Acting antihistimines and their generic names?
    A) Zyrtec, cetirizine and Allegra, fexofenadine
    B) Benedryl, diphenhydramine and Claritin, loratadin
    C) Advair Diskus, fluticasone, and Singulair, montelukast
    D) Proventil HFA, albuterol sulfate and Ventolin, albuterol sulfate

    Answer:
    A) Zyrtec, cetirizine and Allegra, fexofenadine

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what is the function of liver, small and large intestine?
Michalis Reply
small interstine helps with chemical digestion and reabsorption of food. liver is very important for chemical digestion because it releases bile to break down the fats you eat. large interstine absorbs water and some vitamins from chyme (food from the stomach) before it returns to feces.
Nejat
ThQ
Michalis
Mechanical digestion begins from your mouth. our mouth has enzymes which help us break down food and change it into bolus. chemical digestion begins in the stomach. our stomach produces "pepsin" which breaks down proteins. Chemically broken down food will be reabsorbed in the small interstine.
Nejat
chemical digestion also begins in our mouth since there are enzymes
Nejat
what is vestegeal organ
Adam Reply
it is related with ear
Muhmmad
An organ that is no longer necessary or needed and has degraded. The appendix (an organ on the alimentary canal) is considered vestigial as it's use is minimal, only controlling colon bacteria.
Lucius
what is the other name of a cell?
Songe Reply
describe mast cells?
Songe
draw the diagram of bone cell and label the parts?
Songe
what is a treatment of cuncer
Tumwine Reply
in some cases cancer is untreated ....it can be minimized by using medicines.... or by cutting the abnormal growth of the cancerous cells if possible
Vinod
what is pulse & it's normal range of adult man & woman?
nayan Reply
Pulse is the heart beat The normal range is 60 - 90 beat in a minutes for adult
Mark
what is itching
Vincent Reply
what are the types of anatomy?
Aniphu Reply
gross or macroscopic and microscopic
Julia
if a person is visiting Denver CO why may they need to increase the rate of ventilation until they adapt?
Amy Reply
pressure changes between the atmosphere and thoracic cavity will change creating more ventilation. Also there is less pressure of Oxygen and hemoglobin already has less affinity for it than CO2 so there is less to bind than your body might be used to, increasing CO2 build up.
Kevin
To compensate for the CO2 build up we breathe faster to make our blood less acidic. Eventually EPO will kick in build more RBC to compensate for the lower O2 concentration.
Kevin
what is the fuction of tostiriol glands
abdifitah Reply
It's tonsilar?
Dr.
or tostiriol
Dr.
what are some examples of muscles predominantly composed of Fast glycolytic fibers?
Rey Reply
what is cardinal signs, and pathophysiology of those cardinal signs. can anyone explain..
Richard Reply
cardinal signs of inflammation!
Madhuri
then they are rubor,tumor,calor,dolar,functio laesa
Madhuri
rubor is redness due to vasodilatation
Madhuri
tumor is swelling due exudation of plasma
Madhuri
calor is rise in temperature
Madhuri
dolar is pain due to stimulation of nerve ending
Madhuri
functio laesa is loss of function
Madhuri
why are tha bp
Dharm Reply
Kya puchna chahate ho
Yamini
wrong question
Asif
blood pressure
SAJJAD
means
Dr.
means diastolic 85 up
Mohamed
whats is the cell cycle
Dharm Reply
The cell cycle is the series of events that take place in a cell leading to its division and duplication of its DNA to produce two daughter cells
Nisha
formation of bone in calcium
Dharm Reply
which is the largest or smallest muscle of human body?
pankaj Reply
largest muscle is sartoreus
Asif
smallest is pyramedalis muscle
Asif
largest is Gluteus maximus
Rianicole
smallest muscle stapedius
Rianicole
smallest muscle of our body
pankaj
Stapedius muscle
PL
stapedius muscle
Dr.

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