Cardio Tribe

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Tribe Members: Dr. Nitin, Dr. Edward, Dr. Steven, Dr. Maha


CHALLENGE 2: Create your logo and write your bios.

LEADER SUMMARY OF CHALLENGE: Some of us were fooling around when we were supposed to be working. Also while we were working a child from another group came over and disrupted our work and we lost points for disrupting the class. Also with these disruptions some kids did not finish.


Hello, I am Dr. Nitin, and I am a cardiologist. I am a specialist in echo cardiology, and I can interpret echocardiograms and many echo procedures. I am 40 years old and I graduated from Harvard University. I am happy to be on Survivor MD because it will teach me to use my skills to the best of their abilities. I can remember many things longer than many people can and I can take command of even a very immature group of people.

Hi my name is Dr.Edward.I have trained at Saint Benue. I have been stranded on an Island. I am an echo cardiologist and I worked at Harvard University and my job is that a physician who is certified to treat problems of the cardiovascular system—the heart, arteries, and veins. Cardiology is classified as an internal medicine subspecialty. I am 18 years old and I am glad to be on Survivor MD because then I can prove that I can help other people more than myself. Also I can show the world that I am a professional echo cardiologist.

My name is Dr. Steven. I am 25 years old. I went to Washington University and I am a cardiologist. A cardiologist is a completion of an ACGME accredited internal medicine residency program. I am happy to be on the survival MD because I get to do a lot of challenging. My special skill is I can draw very well and it might help my tribe make maps.

Hey there, my name is Dr.Maha. I am 18 years old and, my job is a cardiologist. A cardiologist is physician who is certified to treat problems of cardiovascular system – the heart, arteries, and veins. Cardiology is classified as an internal medicine subspecialty.

Challenge 3:

Important Notes
The heart pumps blood through the body. The immune system battles things like viruses and bacteria that make you sick. The lymphatic system makes sure germ fighting cells can get collected by body tissue. The skeleton system holds up your body. The muscular system allows your muscles to move.

Questions
Steven: How does the immune battle viruses and bacteria?
Nitin: Why does the immune system and circulatory system consist of the same path?
Edward: How does the body move?
Maha: Does oxygen need to be in every path of your body?

human body. brain pop. 5 Feb. 2009 <http://www.oslis.org/resources/cm/mlacitationse>
There were a lot of difficulties in the tribe like there was a lot of laughing and fooling around and too much talking, there was a little trouble on the challenge to. But at the end we all work harder and complete the challenge.

The challenge is about taking notes about the Human Body video on Brain Pop.


Callenge 4:
Dr.Maha: 1. In your chest.
2.pumps blood through your body.
3.Blood travels through your body by veins and auteries.
4. Viens are smaller than auteries.

Dr. Steven:1. carry oxegen to your lungs- red cells,plsama
find germs- white cells
eat foreign things in your body- nothing
kill infections- white cell, plasma
take carbon dioxide away- red cells, platelets
carry food to your lungs- red cell
take waste away- red cells, platelets