Physiological Principles for HSC Report

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Physiological Principles forHealth and Social Care
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1 (1.1 & 1.2).........................................................................................................................1Coordination between human body parts...............................................................................1Functions of these three body parts........................................................................................2Interaction and working of skeletal system with Muscle and Circulatory system.................3TASK 2 (2.1, 2.2 & 2.3)..................................................................................................................4The way body responds to physical activities........................................................................4Role of voluntary muscles, joints and gaseous exchange in context of aerobic activity........4Consideration of information of environment........................................................................5TASK 3 (3.1, 3.2 & 3.3)..................................................................................................................6Way routime measures are recorded and their uses in HSC..................................................6The way routine measures provide information about the body functioning.........................7Way in which information about the body functioning may inform the care planning.........7TASK 4 (4.1, 4.2 & 4.3)..................................................................................................................8Way in which Mary’s age is affecting her body structure and functioning...........................8Impacts of the above-mentioned conditions on Mary’s body structure and functions...........9Evaluating how routine care provided to Mary should consider her overall physical condition................................................................................................................................................9CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11
INTRODUCTION"Health is Wealth" this is actually true because the health is very important nowadays.The present assignment shows interrelation between different parts of human body. Healthyenvironment will affect the physical health and social care. Assignment involves variousscenarios which are helpful to know the importance of regular measurement of vital signs likeregular check-ups of blood pressure, body temperature, ECG monitoring, etc. The purpose of thisassignment is to assess the knowledge of various body functions and includes anatomy andphysiological from a biological perspective. It shows the aspects which create an impact on caredelivered in health and social care. Assignment also addresses the knowledge of main structuresof body and terminologies used by various health professionals. It shows the functions ofskeletal, muscular and cardiovascular systems which are essential for the survival of humanbody.TASK 1 (1.1 & 1.2)Coordination between human body partsThe value of circulatory system is based on bloods, carbon dioxide, hormones, nutrientsand all internal body parts. It considers the essential internal body system like blood, bloodvessels, veins, arteries etc. There are some essential parts in our human body. In human body,there are many gross anatomy systems which are interconnected and coordinated with eachother. The important gross anatomy parts in human body in medical science is Skeletal,Muscular and Cardiovascular Systems.Gross Anatomy of Skeletal- The system is based on bones of human body. It allows theessential features like soft tissues, tendons, ligaments, nerves and other blood vessels. This is anessential element of human body which is poorly stuffed as a rag roll. This system involvescartilage, bones, tendons, ligaments, nerves, muscles and blood tissues. There are essentialrelationships between bones and soft tissues like periosteum (Aveyard, 2014).The axial Skeleton(head and trunk) are the flat bones which have various like bumps, grooves, holes and havespecific functions.Gross Anatomy of Muscular System: - This based on that essential part of human bodywhich is very much important in our body. Our body comprises with various important musclesand each muscle has its own essential functions. The gluteus maximums is located as a a muscle1
of human body which relates to bones or region of body. Adductor magus is that muscle which isaction of muscle and which is based on relative size of muscle. Transversus abdominal aremuscle which are located as bone or region of body and which direction is muscle fibres andwhich relates in different imaginary lines. There are many other muscular which are is veryimportant to for human survival.Gross Anatomy of Cardiovascular System- This system of human body is very muchnecessary for human life. Cardiovascular system consists of heart which is also called theanatomical pump and includes arteries, veins and capillaries in entire human body carrying bloodand blood tissues. This blood contains oxygen, nutrients various wastes and immune system ofdifferent functional cells which initially help to provide the homoeostasis and basic functions ofhuman cells and human body organs (Keleher and MacDougall, 2015). It refers to an event thatusually occurs during one heart beat and split into ventricular systole (the phase which is basedon contraction and ejection stage).Functions of these three body partsHuman Skeletal System- The healthy adult body includes 206 bones in their body andeven this based on the strong network coordination with tendons, cartilage and ligaments. Therehaving vital functions like protection, movement, production of blood cells, storage of calciumand regulation of endocrine without this system our body is unable to survive. These keyfunctions are very important for the survival of human body.Human Muscular System- the essential function of muscular system in human body ismovement. The muscles are particularly those tissues which has the capabilities to contract andmovement of entire body parts. There are essential five functions which muscular systemperform in human’s body. The primary function is that it creates motion in entire body asinteraction between tissues that helps in large movements like walking, running, weight lifting,etc. The second essential function is to protect human body organs. The abdominal and backmuscle is performed to protect organs of upper body of humans. It helps tocontrol the cardiacmuscle pumps blood. The smooth muscle is very much helpful for digestion and ensures properflow of blood in body (James, Nelson and Ashwill, 2014).Function of Cardiovascular System- The cardiovascular system based on the propersystem which consist heart. It is circulated on base of interaction between heart, blood and theblood vessels. The major three functions of cardiovascular system is to transport of oxygen,2
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