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Technology is revolutionizing the healthcare marketplace transforming the time and place for how care is provided. Having an individual who understands the unique complexities ofhealthcare practices along with how to best develop technological tools that positively affect safe patient care is essential.  Informatics has opened doors to many innovative methods of communication with patients and among providers, individuals, and healthcare organization of all types.


  1. How has informatics affected your workplace environment?
  2. Which biomedical equipment have you used or seen used?
  3. How does the use of this equipment impacted care? Mitosis, Meiosis, and Fertilization All cells in your body, except the sperm and egg, have 46 chromosomes arranged in 23 pairs. These cells reproduce through a process called mitosis.During mitosis, the cell’s nucleus—including the chromosomes—duplicates itself and the cell divides. Two new cells are formed, each containing the same DNA as the original cell, arranged in the same 23 pairs of chromosomes. However, a different type of cell division—meiosis—forms eggs and sperm (which also are called gametes). During meiosis, a cell of the testes (in men) or ovaries (in women) duplicates its chromosomes but then divides twice, thus forming four cells, each of which has only half of the genetic material of the parent cell (Johnson, 2017). By the end of meiosis, each egg or sperm has 23 unpaired chromosomes. During fertilization, an egg and a sperm fuse to create a single cell, called a zygote. In the zygote, the 23 unpaired chromosomes from the egg and the 23 unpaired chromosomes from the sperm combine to form one set of 23 paired chromosomes—one chromosome of each pair from the mother’s egg and the other from the father’s sperm. In this manner, each parent contributes half of the offspring’s genetic material. Page 41
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