Physiological Principles for Health and Social Care Report

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Physiological Principles forHealth and Social Care
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK-1............................................................................................................................................11.1 Three anatomy features of human body...........................................................................11.2 The interaction of body systems.....................................................................................6TASK-2............................................................................................................................................72.1 Normal body response to everyday activities...................................................................72.2 The body responses explained by cellular and tissues structure......................................82.3 Co-ordination of activity with internal activities..............................................................9TASK-3............................................................................................................................................93.1 The recording and use of routine measures......................................................................93.2 Assessment of routine measures.....................................................................................103.3 The care planning for individuals...................................................................................11TASK-4..........................................................................................................................................114.1 Effect of age on body structure......................................................................................114.2 Impact of common disorders on functioning and body structure...................................124.3 Relating the effects of her medical conditions and infections to the routine care..........12CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................12REFERENCES.............................................................................................................................14
INTRODUCTIONThe integrated services to people is offered by the health and social care provider. Underthe area of health and social acre these integrated services falls (Aveyard, 2014.). The careservices that would improve the basic functioning of human body is included in physiologicalhealth and social care. The sociology, nutrition, biology and ethics elements are included in theseprinciples. The core part of human body is nervous system, muscles, reflexes and respiratorysystem.This report will discuss the interaction between skeletal, muscular and cardiovascularsystem. The normal body responses to everyday activities will also be discussed in this project.The recording of routine measures such as temperature, pulse etc will be shown in this report andtheir use in health and social care will also be discussed. The body temperature and functioningthat will be affected by Mary's age will also be explained in this report.TASK-11.1 Three anatomy features of human bodyGross anatomy of skeleton systemThe human body skeleton is a unique structure as different roles are being played bythem.Differnt body parets play difefrnt different roels in the humna body. The needs of bipedallocomotion and erect posture is adapted by this system. The characteristic appearance and facialgeometry is given by the structural peculiarities of the human skeleton. The shape andframework to the human body is provided by bony skeleton. The vital organs are protected by it.The bone marrow is contained which serves the functional unit of hematopoietic system. Theattachments and anchorage to joint muscles, ligaments and muscles are provided by it. In twoparts the bony skeleton is divided (Allen, Balfour and Marmot, 2014.). One is axial skeleton andthe other is appendicular skeleton. The skull, vertebrae, ribs and sternum are contained in axialskeleton and it is the central core unit. The bone of extremities is there in appendicular skeleton.There are about 213 bones in human skeleton in which there are about 126 parts of appendicularskeleton,74 are part of axial skeleton and 6 are part of auditory ossicles.When in afresh state the bone looks pinkish white externally and deep red internally.There are 2 types of bones in the human body. They are compact bone and cancellous bone. Indifferent locations, the relative quantities of compact and cancellation bone vary. The skull,1
scapula and ribs are included in the flat bones. The clavicle, humorous are included in longbones. The sacrum and coccyx are included in short bones.2
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