Heartbreakers Tribe

Tribe Members:
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CHALLENGE 2: Create your logo and write your bios.

Tribe members: Dan, Alex, John, and Katie C.
Leader Summary of Challenge:
For this challenge we had to create a logo and and write our bios.
The problems encountered were:
we had an essembly; witch cut our time short,
we had difficulties finding usernames and passwords for wiki,
and we had trouble finding our jobs.

Dr. John (Medical Illustrator):

Hello my name is Dr. John, I am 35 and I’m a cardiologist. I am certified by the school of University of Washington of Medicine, as you can see, it’s in Washington. My special skills are helping be people with math, music, body medication, and getting along with each other. I really want to get the money so don’t go easy on me because I’m not going easy. I hope I meet all you people there and let’s play a fair hardcore game!


Dr. Alex (Technician):
I am a cardiologist named Dr. Alex, and I practiced at LIJ. I am 27 years old, I practiced at LIJ. I am happy because I want to win really badly for the money. I can aid people if their hurt or injured. I can get people along each other when they’re fighting, and I hope I win and have fun.


Dr. Dan (Disease Specialist):
Hello my name is Dr. Dan, and I am 20 years old. I am a Cardiologist, which means that I am certified to treat problems in the cardiovascular
system. I went to the collage of Mount Sinai in Queens, New York. I am happy to be on this version of survivor because I want to take home the grand prize. My special skills are communication and math and logical problems.



Dr. Katie C. (Science Writer):
I am Dr. Katie, I am a cardiologist and I graduated at Harvard University. A cardiologist is a hear doctor who is certified to treat problems of the cardiovascular system, as in the heart, arteries, and veins. I am 29 years old and I practice in a hospital in Wisconsin, California. I am so grateful that I get to be in this version of Survivor MD because of the wonderful experience and I could really use the prize money. I specialize in Cardiovascular disease medicine.


Challenge 3

Some of the difficulties were, the computer was acting up, and our group was arguing a little.
Todays date is March 19, 2009 in this challenge we had to take notes and put them into the wiki.
Some of the notes were; The circulatory system has the heart pumping blood through the body, so if we didn't have a circulatory system, our blood wouldn't be able to get anywhere in our bodies and we couldnt live! The circulatory system pumps blood so oxygen and nutrients could get to the important body parts that need it.

Questions;
John - How many times does a human heart pump per second?
Alex - What is the most important body system in the human body?
Dan - What happens if the circulatory system stops working?
Katie C - What is blood made of?

All Systems Go. 1 Jan. . Body Systems. BrainPop. 19 Mar. 2009 <http://www.brainpop.com/health/bodysystems/humanbody/>.

CHALLENGE 4







Challenge 5 Date: 6/11/09


A summary of Challenge 5 is that we had to listen to a patients symthoms, diagnose them, then write a medical chart.

This challenge wasn't that hard for the Heart Breakers group, we had some fights but we worked it out. Another diffucalty in this challenge was that some people was messing around and fooling around.

Patient Name: Candy Kane


Diagnosis :( Disease and definition of the disease) You have type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a life-long disease that occurs when the body doesn’t respond in the correct way to insulin, a hormone released by the pancreas.



Treatment:
(How can the disease be treated?)
The primary treatment is to exercise and diet, but you can also take diabetes medications or insulin therapy.

Prognosis:
(What is the outlook for this patient? What advice do you have for your patient?) Dr. Dan said that the outlook is that it is possible to get all better if you make certain life style changes but if you don’t you could have to live with it your whole life. Dr. John said to exercise and to diet and try not to overeat. You can also take diabetes medications or insulin therapy to control your blood sugar. Dr. Alex said that we have noticed you spend a lot of time watching television it would help you to walk a mile everyday.