At what stage does the umbilical cord develop? during the first trimester during the second trimester during ovulation during fertilization

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Answer 1
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during the first trimester is the answer

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Answer 2
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Answer: 5th week

Explanation: the umbilical cord develops from and contains remnants of the yolk sac and allantois. It forms by the 5th week (1st trimester) of development


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Suture is in the skull, it is also fibrous

joint between vertebrae are facet joints, which are located on the top and bottom of the vertebrae

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What impact might a vegan diet have on jesse's nutritional status and development that her parents should consider?

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Jesse’s parentshould consider that vegan diets might not offer enough protein,vitamin D, B12, iron, and calcium. In addition, Jesse is not getting animal-based protein because he only eat highfiber food that could result to unbalanced vitamins and minerals intake.

If you have more REM sleep than normal one night, it might be becauseA You did not sleep enough the night before
B Your mind needs to express latent content
C You have narcolepsy
D You learned a lot that day

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You did not sleep enough the night before If you have more REM sleep than normal one night.

What is Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep?

Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep is a type of sleep that usually starts about 90 minutes after you fall asleep. During this sleep, the brain activity increases, the blood pressure as well as breathing rate also increases. When a person have more REM sleep than normal, it means that You did not sleep enough the night before. This is also occur when you are dreaming. Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep is very important for learning and memory purposes.

Getting an unusually large amount of Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep in a given night indicates that you are sleep deprived. Your body gets most of its Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep later in the night usually during the final hours of our sleep. Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep plays an important role in dreaming, memory, emotions, and healthy brain development of an individual.

So we can conclude that if a person have more Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep than normal one night, it might be because he did not sleep enough the night before.

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Taking heroin on an occasional basis is called chipping?

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Answer:

It's true

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Chipping is when you use heroin on a particular basis without become dependent/addicted to it.

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Which of the folowing is NOT correct about the cytoplasm within cells? A it is only found in animal cells B it holds components that help move materials around the cell C it helps dissolve cellular wastes D it appears as a gel-like liquid surrounding the organelles in the cell​

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A

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Cytoplasm is found both in animal and plant cells, so A is not correct. As for the other answer choices, yes cytoplasm does hold the organelles and other components of the cell and it does help get rid of waste materials that the organelles do not need. Hope this helps!

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in both men and women. Caring for the cancer patient and family requires a multidimensional approach.What does it mean to provide a multidimensional approach? What are some examples of how the care team can meet the patient and the family’s needs? Who are the members of the care team and how are they involved in providing multidimensional care?

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- Cancer is determined by environmental (e.g., lifestyle habits) and genetic (e.g. mutations) factors

- A multidimensional care approach in cancer patients can be accomplished by fulfilling patients' demands and supporting their  different perceptions and unique needs

- Nurses are primarily involved in providing multidimensional care

Explanation:

Cancer is a complex disease that includes genetic, environmental, cultural, lifestyle (e.g., obesity, smoking, etc), and socioeconomic risk factors. In consequence, in cancer patients, health care teams aim to provide treatment (and prevention) by a multidimensional care approach involving nursing and personal care, patient´s needs assessment; and psychosocial support. In diseases where a multidimensional approach is required, all the healthcare workers related to patient care (i.e., physicians, psychologists, medical residents, nurses, etc) must be involved. Nurses are healthcare workers that play a fundamental role in multidimensional diseases because they know very well the patient's needs and generally provide both spiritual (emotional, affective) and physical support, thereby providing the highest level of care.