A case study Thopaceous Gouty Arthritis

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SKELETAL SYSTEM Sitting, standing, walking, picking up a pencil and taking a breath all involve the skeletal system. Without the skeletal system to support our bodies, we would have no rigid framework to support the soft tissues of the body and no systems of levers so critical for movement. The skeletal system consists of bones and their associated connective tissues, including cartilage, tendons and ligaments. 1. Bone is made up of several different tissues working together: bone or osseous tissue, cartilage, dense connective tissue, epithelium, adipose tissue and nervous tissue. It is complex and dynamic living tissue. It continually engage in a process called remodeling-building new bone tissue and breaking down old bone tissue.  Support. Bone provides a rigid framework that supports the soft tissues of the body and maintains the body’s shape.  Protection. Bones protect internal organs that are critical to survival.  Assistance in Movement. Because skeletal muscles attach to bo

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Divine Word College of LaoagSchool of NursingLaoag CityA case study presented to the Clinical Instructors of School of Nursing Thopaceous Gouty Arthritis, septic arthritisPresented by: Aaron DondoyanoPaul GalatAimen Gallegos Noemi MaruquinIrvin Ross MolinaMa. Editha Ofely MoralesCamille PanGemaryvive QuiaoitJuvel RafaelMarch 2010PERSONAL DATAName of Patient: Mr. Emong AguillaAddress: Bacarra, Ilocos NorteHospital number: 438633Sex: MaleAge: 40 years oldDate of Birth: December 11, 1969Civil Status: MarriedEducational Attainment: High School GraduateOccupation: Tricycle DriverChief of complaint: Swelling of the right lower extrimitiesAdmitting Diagnosis: Thopaceous Gouty Arthritis, R/O Septic ArthritisFinal Diagnosis: Thopaceous Gouty Arthritis, Septic ArthritisDate and time of admission: February 11, 2010Attending Physician: Dr. Gout ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYSKELETAL SYSTEMSitting, standing, walking, picking up a pencil and taking a breath all involve the skeletal system. Without the skeletal system to support our bodies, we would have no rigid framework to support the soft tissues of the body and no systems of levers so critical for movement. The skeletal system consists of bones and their associated connective tissues, including cartilage, tendons and ligaments. FUNCTIONS OF THE SKELETAL SYSTEM1. Bone is made up of several different tissues working together: bone or osseous tissue, cartilage, dense connective tiss

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