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Physiological Principles for
Health and Social Care
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1
TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1
1.1 Define primary anatomical attribute of the human body..................................................1
1.2 Describe how body system communicate to assure the body role and grows..................6
TASK 2............................................................................................................................................8
2.1 State average body consequence to routine activities......................................................8
2.2 Discuss how body consequence explained by cellular and tissue construction and
physiology..............................................................................................................................9
2.3 Justify how body collaboration its internal activities.....................................................10
TASK 3..........................................................................................................................................11
3.1 State the recording and usage of regular measures in HSC............................................11
3.2 Measure how regular measures render data about body working..................................12
3.3 Analyse how data about body working may alter care planning for individuals...........13
TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................13
4.1 Explicate how age may have impressed body construction and working......................13
4.2 Evaluate the effect of average disorders on body construction and working.................14
4.3 Consequence of communal disorders and infection to the aid routinely granted to
individuals impressed by them.............................................................................................15
CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................15
REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................16
INTRODUCTION
Health and social care provider performs the work of making availability of various
integrated services. Such facilities consists along with health and social care factors. It involves
various elements such as sociology biology law, nutrition and ethics. The physiological health
and social care comprise with different services which aim is to carry out better improvement in
the common functions of human body. Along with this, neural system, muscular, contract,
metabolism system are the leading midpoint parts of the manlike body. The disturbance in some
muscles, nervous system and other body parts can create issue for the other organs. Human body
can effect in different manner in the cellular and tissue construction. In human body; veins,
arteries and organs are interacted with each other and perform effective functions and growth in
better manner. The project main aim is to provide information about structure as well as
functioning of different organs of body (Sheldon, 2011). Also explain the use of routine
measures while conducting care planning of an individual. The present report is concentrate on
different function of human body. On the other hand, explain about recording and use of routine
measures in health and social care.
TASK 1
1.1 Define primary anatomical attribute of the human body
The scientific study of morphology has been explained in the human anatomy and it is
divided into two main levels. They are microscopic and macroscopic level. In macroscopic level,
the anatomy is also called as gross anatomy and it consist with head and neck, upper limbs,
abdomen, pelvis, thorax and perineum, bones and organ systems. Along with this, organ system
is concern with cardiovascular, digestive, urinary, immune, respiratory, muscular, endocrine,
reproductive system. There are three anatomical features of human body which are described as
under:
The skeletal system is the body which composed of bones, ligaments, tissues and
cartilages which perform various important functions for the human body (Purdie, Dudgeon and
Walker, 2010). The bone tissue or osseous tissue is a hard, dense connective tissue which
develops most of the adult skeleton for the support of internal structure of the body. The bony
skeleton provide framework and shape because of which human body is designed and functions
effectively. It protect vital organ that contain bone narrow that is the main functioning unit of the
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hematopoietic system. This provide attachment and anchorage to the muscles, connective tissue
and joint capsules. The skeletal system in human body is the mineralised internal framework and
it contains bones, joints and integrated cartilages. An adult individual has 206 bones in their
body and different type of joints. The skeleton can be categorised into two components that
includes axial and appendicular skeleton. In axial skeleton, it is formed around central axis of the
body and it includes skull, spine and ribcage. Along with this, it prevent human heart, lungs,
spinal cords, brain, esophagus and main senses of organs such as nose, eyes and tongue
(Aveyard, 2014). The appendicular skeleton is associated with limbs and it consist with bones of
the legs and arms, shoulder and hip girdles.
In the area of skeleton where all the bones move against each other, semi rigid formulate
connective tissue provide flexibility and smooth surfaces for the movement. The main function
of skeletal system is to protect and support the body while providing it shape and form. This
system is comprised with connective tissues which includes bone, tendons, ligaments and
cartilage. In this, nutrients are provided with the help of blood vessels that are restrained within
canals in bone. The skeletal system mainly store minerals, fats and also produces blood cells. On
the other hand, the main role of this system is to render mobility.
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