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Earl E. Riser
Nerves of Steel
Pulmo Tribe: Dr. Stephanie, Dr. Vanessa, Dr. Tommy and Dr. Stephen
CHALLENGE 2: Design a logo and write your bios.
When we were writing the bios, Dr. Steven (Stavros) and Dr. Tommy didn't know what to write and kept asking me what they were supposed to do while I was typing my bio. They didn't know what font and size to use. I told them to look at the paper.
My name is Dr. Stephanie. I am 26 years old. I work at Mount Henry Hospital. I studied at Columbia University. I am so happy to be in Survival M.D because I can show all the things I know about being a Pulmonologist. All my special skills to help the tribe are planning, sharing my knowledge, healing special diseases, and helping others.
My name is Dr. Vanessa and
I am 31
years old. I practice at Virginia Medical School. I’m a Pulmonologist. A Pulmonologist is a
is a physician who possesses specialized knowledge and in the skill of diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary conditions and diseases. I went to medical school at Columbia University. I’m so happy to be on this version of Survivor MD because I wanted to work with other people who are Pulmonologists. My special skills are sharing my ideas and healing special diseases.
My name is Dr. Tommy. I am 26 years old. I practiced at the St. Lewis Hospital. A Pulmonologist is someone who helps people with lung condition and diseases. I went to Washington University. I am so happy to be on survivor M.D. because I wanted to work together with other people. I am good with diseases
My name is Dr. Stephen. I am a Pulmonologist. That means I specialize in lung diseases. I am 27 years old. I work at North Sore Hospital. I went to Washington University Medical School. I am happy to be a part of Survivor MD because I am really good at sharing my ideas. I am a good person and I am good around people.
The respiratory system exchanges harmful carbon dioxide for oxygen through breathing.
The blood in the brain couldn't do its job if it weren't for the lungs that sends it oxygen.
1. Does air have to travel all over the body?
2. How does harmful carbon dioxide dissapear by the respiratory system?
3. How fast does it take to exchange carbon dioxide to oxygen?
4. How do the lungs change carbon dioxide to oxygen?
. Brainpop. 5 Feb. 2009 <
We went on Brainpop and watched a video and then we wrote the interesting facts and questions. 2/12/09
Leader's Summary:We had trouble with finding 2 things that we discovered. Then we were successful.
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