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    desired surgery center where their patients would receive the type of care they would want for their own families. They hand selected staff, designed a beautiful, comfortable atmosphere and launched what is now regarded as a premier ambulatory surgery center on the Central Coast.” The vision that prompted the creation of CSI continues to play a vital role in the symbolism that guides the organization. The doctors who began CSI sought to fashion a surgery center in which patients would not merely receive medical treatment, but be treated like…

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    sites, such as pharmacies and supermarkets. There is over 12-retail Clinics Corporation in the U.S. These offers fast, affordable treatment to those conditions that is easy to diagnose. However, the scope of practice for this service is much narrower than the urgent care centers. Sultz, H., Young, K., (2009). Ambulatory surgery centers, the ambulatory Service Centers association reported that Ambulatory service centers are a great example of successful change in the health care delivery system.…

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    The career of pharmacy has interested me ever since I was a little girl and this has been one of my passions ever since. Some of the different pharmacy careers that really stood out and interested me are community pharmacy, pharmacy opportunities in rural communities, ambulatory care clinics, and medication therapy management programs. A community pharmacy is a healthcare facility that focuses on providing services to a single specific community within an area. A community pharmacist is…

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    According to fiercehealthcare.com, ambulatory care refers to a wide range of medical services and procedures that are conducted on an outpatient basic. Ambulatory surgery center (ASC), hospital and doctors office are considered outpatient locations. The surgery I decided to talk about was cataract surgery. Cataract surgery is when the eyes cloudy natural lens is removed and replaced with a clear artificial lens implant called IOL or intraocular lens. A patient may be concerned about the risk…

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    Summary: The demand in ambulatory and cosmetic procedures is rapidly grown in last decade. The volume of ambulatory surgery in U.S hospitals is increased by 2.9 million’s. 40% of the hospital revenue is coming from the perioperative services. As the clinical and technical advances are transforming the way of surgery is performed. To attract both the patients and physician most of the hospitals introduce digital operating rooms, tele- surgery and robotic assistance. With this the patients have…

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    Gymnasts Research Paper

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    So many tremendous gymnasts, males and females, had been affected by knee accidents which have caused them to lose parts or all in their season, inclusive of Shawn Johnson, who tore hers while snowboarding in 2008, and Jason Gatson, who has had 2 ACL surgical procedures and was an icon in the game for over 10 years.("ACL Injuries", 2017). Annually, “more than 86,000 gymnastics-related injuries are dealt with in ambulatory surgery centers, hospitals,clinics and medical doctors’ places of work.…

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    Nursing as a profession started when Florence Nightingale showed the world importance of nursing in patient care before that nursing and nurses never gained respect and popularity. After the development of professional nursing, it never looked back and continued to grow as a major component of any health care systems in the world. Today nurses not only perform bedside nursing but joined doctors to provide more complex direct patient care by gaining knowledge and trust of the people. Nurses are…

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    I had my first surgery ever during the summer of 2015. I was sitting at home in my cozy living room and a sense of pain would come across my throat as well as my ears feeling full with water. I asked my mom to look in my throat because every time I swallowed, it felt like a piece of sand paper was scrapping my throat. I remember her saying we should go to the doctor bright and early in the morning because there were white, clammy spots deep in the back of my throat that should not be there.…

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    Enhanced recovery after surgery is an evidence based, multimodal pathway that is designed to decrease the stress on the patient through out their surgical journey. It focuses on improving the outcome of the patient after surgery, by taking additional steps to manage the patient before, during and after surgery. The longer a patient stays in the hospital post op, there is an increase risk to become susceptible to infections in this regard, the protocol serves as a guideline used to reduce the…

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    Death and burial rituals in England during the Elizabethan era were a recognized topic of importance. With the plague spreading, death was rampant resulting in the customs being unsanitary and unsympathetic. However, considering all the medical advances made throughout the years, ceremonies adapted to be a more respectable process. Modern standards of death and burial differ from those in the Elizabethan period, but they were rightfully adjusted for their current circumstances. The bubonic…

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