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Earl E. Riser
Nerves of Steel
CHALLENGE 2: Create your logo and write your bios.
Leader Summary of Challenge:
For the past challenges, we have faced many problems. We had class cut have the pass. The survivor program had difficulties and problems but we worked it out and got threw it.
Dr. Nicole: (Science Writer)
I am Dr. Nicole and I am 25 years old. The Hospital I practiced at was the Muscles. The Medical school I went to was Cornell University. The reason why I am so happy that I get to be in the version of Survivor MD because I think it will be cool for a Rheumatologist to be on TV and to be on live TV , also to see if a doctor can survive on Survivor MD. The special skills that I have that will help my group will probably be being people smart and helping with fights and problems.
Dr. Neil: (Disease Specialist)
My name is Dr.Neil and I am 26 years old. I work at Jamaica Hospital in the Caribbean Islands. I am a Rheumatologist that has come from John Hopkins University. I am happy to be on this version of Survivor M.D. because I want to be a famous doctor with a lot of money. My special skills are that I can work well together with my teammates.
Dr. David: (Med. Illustrator/Technician)
I am Dr. David and I am twenty-six years old. I practiced at “The David School” and I am a Rheumatologist. I went to Harvard University and I
went to Survivor MD to win a million dollars. I read a lot so I could give information to my team.
Muscles help your body move.
Muscles cover the body.
Muscles cover your skeleton.
The respiratory system exchanges harmful carbon dioxide for oxygen through breathing.
The digestive system breaks down food so that nutrients and water can be used by your body.
What systems depend on the muscular system?
One difficulty was that Dr. Neil had to restart over again on his job.
One success we had was that Dr. Nicole, David, and Neil finished their job.
The challenge that we had just finish was difficult but fun and a little bit of easy. Also, our team worked together and we accomplished the task cooperativley.
Human Body: All Systems Go
. 1 Jan. .
. Brain Pop. 19 Mar. 2009
This challenge was when we had to diagnose a patiant and figure out what was wrong with them. This challenge required teamwork and logic.
Patient Name: Trina Woods
(Disease and definition of the disease) Lyme disease is an inflammatory disease spread through a tick bite.
(How can the disease be treated?)
Oral antibiotics- treatment for early stage Lyme. 14-21 days of treatment
Intravenous antibiotics- 14-28 days of treatment if disease. Eliminates infection and takes time to recover. Lower white blood cell count and gallstones and mild to severe diarrhea.
(What is the outlook for this patient? What advice do you have for your patient?)
Dr. David says that if you go camping, take some tick spray with you. Then you have a less chance of Lyme disease. Also take your medications, and if the disease becomes worse, please come back.
Dr. Neil says that you could also wear long pants and sleeves to prevent bug bites. Also, do your best to tick-proof your yard. If you have any family or pets, check them for ticks.
Dr. Nicole says that if you find a tick, remove it with tweezers, not with your hands. You are in for a rough 1 and ahalf months, but if you take all your medications, you’ll do fine.
This challenge was hard because we had to get all the facts about Lyme disease and sort it out into the medical chart. This challenge was successful because we finished everything on time and did it correctly.
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