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  • Bio 202 Unit 1 Case Study

    of ventricles. And when exercising the demand of ventricles high but the recovery of the ventricular muscle is not able reach resting state. 8) what two procedures are typically used to treat G.L condition? Pacemaker, or medications such as ACE inhibitors, beta blockers, and calcium channel blockers. 3 vessels case…

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  • Congestive Heart Failure Essay

    • Introduction : Congestive heart failure (CHF) is specifically known as congestive cardiac failure (CCF) in the scientific papers. The term ‘’CHF’’ describes a debilitating condition in which the heart 's function as a pump is unable to deliver an adequate amount of rich-oxygen blood to the rest of the body and the fluid builds up in the body and other organs making the heart congested. CHF results from any structural or functional cardiac disorder that weakens the pumping ability of the heart,…

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  • Hypertension Research Paper

    Hypertension What is hypertension? In medical terms, hypertension is high blood pressure. When it comes to cardiovascular disease it is very common in the United States. “In fact, it is the most widespread chronic disease in Western society.” (Brill, 2013) There are many prescriptions written for the common diagnosis of hypertension in the United States. According to the book Blood Pressure Down, it is the number one cause of stroke and kidney disease and can be a secondary cause for heart…

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  • Coronary Artery Disease Case Study

    Coronary Artery Disease Levi Gatherwright Morehead State University Coronary Artery Disease Coronary Artery Disease, CAD for short, is caused by a buildup of plaque in the coronary arteries that supply the heart with oxygenated blood. The plaque (Atheroma) is a waxy like substance that consists of calcium, lipid compounds, and blood clotting compounds such as macrophages and fibrin. The buildup takes many years to accumulate; the plaque eventually swells the arterial wall restricting blood…

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  • Ulcerative Colitis Case Study Essay

    This paper explores a case study about a patient namely Ms.V. She is a 35 year old underweight White American, who had recurrent respiratory infection, MsV has been admitted to the hospital Due to her symptoms; after a biopsy she has been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis. This paper Discusses the etiology as well as medications for low potassium, ulcerative colitis Also, Alternative medicine as well as patient’s education are included. (1) Imbalanced nutrition less than body requirement…

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  • Multidisciplinary Team Healthcare Case Study

    cardiac arrest (Oxford dictionary of Nursing 2008). Next step in the treatment was for the doctor to repeat the serum potassium and request the nephrology nurse to carry out an electrocardiogram in accordance with GAIN guidelines (2008). John’s ACE inhibitor (ramapril) was with held as this can further increase potassium levels. On further review of John’s blood results and presenting symptoms the doctor decided to insert a temporary line to administer haemodialysis (HDx). The doctor discussed…

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  • Ibuprofen Case Study

    Introduction: According to, “Ibuprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It works by reducing hormones that cause inflammation and pain in the body.” This includes conditions such as headaches, painful menstrual periods, toothaches, back pain, dental pain, migraines, arthritis and any minor injuries. Ibuprofen is also used to treat and reduce fever as well and is typically administered to individuals, both adults and children ages 6 months and older. Ibuprofen has been…

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  • Pellet Essay

    1.0 INTRODUCTION: 1.1 Oral Drug Delivery System: Oral route is the most common route of drug administration. Modern drug delivery strategies try to improve oral drug delivery.1 When a new drug is discovered, a pharmaceutical industry asks one of the first questions is whether the drug can be effectively administered for its intended effect by the oral route or not. If patient self administration cannot be achieved, the sale of drug constitute only small fraction of what the market would be…

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