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Description of problem to be solved Task 1 (L.O-1: 1.1, 1.2 and M3, M2, D1). (1.1) Outline the main anatomical features in each of the body systems identifying main functions of ANY THREE systems (Check M3). (1.2) Task 2 (L.O-2: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 and M1, M2, D2). A young man aged 25 years is a full time college student and attends college daily from 10 am to 5 pm. (2.1) Explain normal body response to everyday activities i.e. breathing, eating, elimination (urination and defecation), movement and coordination or other. Choose any ONE activity. (2.2) In relation to the above response, discuss how body responses are explained by cellular and tissue structure and physiology (in relation to Breathing: Gaseous Exchange OR in relation to Eating: absorption of nutrients OR in relation to Excretion: function of kidney etc.). (2.3) Explain how his body will coordinate its internal activities: Discuss homeostasis with feedback loops designed to lower or raise relevant parameters (eg: regulation of body temperature OR heart rate OR blood sugar). Task 3 (L.0-3: 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 and M1, D2, D3). A 65yr old man with hypertension develops a chest pain and reports to the GP Practice. What routine tests GP could be recommended for him? Discuss in relation to routine measures such as weight/height: BMI, pulse, respiration rate, blood pressure, blood tests, food intake, etc. (3.1) Explain how routine measures are recorded (ethical consideration: dignity, individual rights and privacy) and what are their uses in health and social care? (Decision making, monitoring the progress and in legal issues) (3.2)Assess how these (Temp., Pulse, BP, BMI, ECG etc.) routine measures provide the GP with information about the body functioning of this person. (3.3) Examine how such information about the body functioning may inform care planning for this person (Hypertension and chest pain). Task 4 (L.0-4: 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and M3, D1, D3) An 85 years old woman living in a care home is a known case of type 2 diabetes. She has suffered from arthritis of the knees for the last few years. Recently she has developed a wound on her leg, which is not healing well. (4.1) Explain how her age may have affected her body structure and functioning. (Nervous and Respiratory system). (4.2) Assess the impacts of the above mentioned conditions on her body structure and functions. (4.3) Relate the effects of her medical conditions including infection to the routine care of this lady.