Bad Fish: A Case on Nervous Tissue Define the following phrases and terms associated with the signs and symptoms of Mr. Westwood’s TTX poisoning: diaphoresis, motor dysfunction, paresthesias, cyanotic, hypoventilating, bradycardia, gastric lavage, oxygen saturation . Diaphoresis also known as perspiration or sweating in mammals. The word diaphoresis is particularly used to describe extreme sweating due to drug abuse or poisoning. Motor dysfunction occurs when a muscle, nerve or center is abnormal or impaired affecting movement in body. Paresthesia refers to a prickling and tingling sensation resulting from damage to the peripheral nerves. It is also felt as pins and needle. Cyanosis is when the skin turns blue to lack of oxygen. Hypoventilation occurs due to an increase of carbon dioxide levels in the body. During hypoventilation, breathing is abnormally slow. A slow heart rate is known as bradycardia . Gastric Lavage is a technique used to clean the gastric acid in the stomach which has been contaminated. Oxygen Saturation refers to the level of oxygen in the hemoglobin. As mentioned in the case description, tetrodotoxin is a molecule that blocks voltage-gated sodium ion channels. What is a voltage-gated sodium ion channel and what is its function?
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