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Preconference Program Final 100%

Oxytocin and testosterone response to an emotional video 10:45am Konrad Rudnicki, University of Antwerp Peripheral oxytocin release and autonomic activity during social interactions 11:00am Dr.


NEWSLETTER December 2015 Stress article 89%

oxytocin, the “feel-good” social-connection neuro-hormone.


Word Experience Compendium 2016-2017-1 78%

- Pastor Promise Ikpe Virtues for Joseph OXYTOCIN - THE LOVE HORMONE I f you do a bit of biochemistry you’ll be familiar with hormones.


ANESTHESIA for Labor and Delivery 56%

o Fibrinogen (Factor I) o Factor VII o Factor VIII o Factor X famotidine) Metoclopramide o increases gastric motility and lower esophageal sphincter tone, and has central antiemetic effects ANATOMY OF LABOR PAIN Pain Pathways During Labor Pain in the 1st stage of labor o from uterine contractions and cervical dilatation o Visceral pain – dull, diffuse, periodic o Pain intensity is related to the strength of uterine contraction T11 – T12 (latent 2nd stage – somatic pain o well-localized, sharp, constant o Pain results from distention of birth canal, vulva and perineum by the fetal head o Pain is mediated by the Posterior roots of S2 – S4 nerves Anesthetic Implications • Effectiveness of Pudendal Nerve • Epidural coverage of S2-S4 Pain Pathways Factors that may influence the perception of labor pain  duration of labor  maternal pelvic anatomy and fetal size  use of oxytocin  parity  participation in childbirth preparation classes  fear and anxiety about childbirth  attitudes and experiences of pain  coping mechanisms Anesthesia Goals  Satisfactory pain relief  Non-interference with labor  Minimal risk to either mother of fetus  Provision of satisfactory conditions for delivery  Early interaction between mother and newborn Anesthesia for Labor and Vaginal Delivery     Psychologic and Non -pharmacologic techniques Parenteral agents Inhalational Regional anesthetic techniques Non-Pharmacologic Techniques Labor Analgesia            Lamaze Hypnosis Biofeedback Muscle therapy TENS Sterile water blocks Acupuncture Therapeutic touch Massage therapy Muscle tension release Reflexology     Accupressure Hydrotherapy Herbal cocktails Aromatherapy Parenteral Agents • Opioids o Meperidine (Demerol) o Fentanyl o Morphine o Nalbuphine • Sedatives / Tranquilizers o Phenothiazines o Benzodiazepines o Dissociative medications (Ketamine) • Intravenous Anesthetics o Barbiturates o Propofol Inhalational Analgesia Pudendal Block o o o o o o Provides adequate analgesia for spontaneous delivery and outlet forceps delivery injection of local anesthetic on both sides of the vagina.


Skills Manual Medic 21 55%

  BLS Medications Activated Charcoal Albuterol 0.083%     LaGuardia Community College Paramedic Program   Medication List   Atro-Pen Chewable Aspirin   ALS Medications Adenosine Albuterol 0.083% Amiodarone Aspirin Atropine Calcium Chloride Dexamethasone Dextrose 5%       Epi-Pen Oral Glucose   Dobutamine Eminase Enalapril Etomidate Flumazenil Heparin   Oxygen Pralidoxime Chloride (2-Pam)   Etomidate Fenanyl Furosemide Glucagon Hydroxocobalimin Ipratropium Bromide 0.2% Lactated Ringers Lidocaine Dextrose 10% Dextrose 25% Dextrose 50% Diazepam Diltiazem Diphenhydramine Dopamine Epinephrine AHA Medications Alteplase Amrinone Atenolol Calcium Gluconate Digibind Digoxin       Lorazepam Ondansetron Normal Saline 0.9% Oxytocin Proparacaine 0.5% Sodium Bicarbonate Sodium Thiosulfate Solumedrol Tetracaine 0.5 % Vasopressin Magnesium Sulfate Midazolam Morphine Sulfate Naloxone Nitroglycerine     Integrilin Isoproterenol Ketamine Labetalol Lopressor Lovenox       Mannitol Nicardipine Nitropruside Norepinephrine Pancuronium Procainamide Retavase   Sodium Nitroprusside Streptase Succinylcholine Tridal tPA Vecuronium Verapamil !!!


Somic Shilpa Shastras Draft 54%

Take the Concept of Love for example, Scientists have discovered that when someone experiences what we call “Love”, the 2 main Chemicals associated with this feeling are Theobromine and Oxytocin.


Review of Basic Neuroscience 44%

 Higher control of hormones: Catecholamines-vasopressin-oxytocin-ACTH-TSH-FSH-LHProlactin and growth hormones .


patient ed bfeed 33%

Regularly nursing an infant triggers the release of two hormones, prolactin and oxytocin.


social wanting dysfunction autism asd 31%

Autism spectrum disorders, Reward, Social motivation, Ventral striatum, Ventromedial prefrontal cortex, Amygdala, Dopamine, Oxytocin, Opioids, Treatment * Correspondence: