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    Uranium 235 Nuclear Power

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    release of kinetic energy and gamma radiation. The atoms that are usually used in the process of nuclear power are uranium 235 or plutonium 239. When a neutron with energy hits uranium 235, it becomes unstable and splits into two smaller nuclei such as barium and krypton whilst also releasing kinetic energy in the form of heat and also two or three neutrons that collide again with other atoms causing a chain reaction. This can be seen by the nuclear fission equation of uranium 235 . This chain…

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    reason, doctors tend to recommend having regular screening tests to help prevent colon cancer by recognising and removing polyps before they become colon cancer. Screening tests usually consist of; colonoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, double-contrast barium enema, CT colonography, and stool tests. Screening is the best tool to find polyps while they are small and treatable. Most cases…

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    Why Are Chemtrails Real

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    Chemtrails Are Real Have you ever wondered what those white, cloudy-like lines that come off planes and jets are? Or what is in those lines? Contrails are indeed the lines that follow behind aircraft, but there are chemicals in them. Because there are chemicals in the lines, we called them chemtrails. Chemtrails are, in fact, real. Contrails are not harmful to humans. Contrails are said to be naturally made in the air by the exhaust freezing at the high altitudes that planes travel in. The…

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    fluoroscopy exams, helping the technologist bring the patient into the exam room, mixing up the barium drink, and watching them drink it on a fluoroscopy machine. Once and awhile, I would see some special procedures like biopsies and an arthrogram, which was really neat. Some of the general radiologic procedures I was able to see in Fluoroscopy were some upper GI and small bowel series, swallowing exams, esophagram, barium enema, lumbar puncture, myelogram procedure, and a hysterosalpingogram.…

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    Essay On Non Lead Apron

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    Advancement in Radiation Protection: Non-Lead Apron People are exposed to radiation every day just by being alive on this earth. One receives approximately 3,000 µSv of ubiquitous background radiation a year, which means approximately 8.2 µSv per day (Howerton, Iannucci, 2012). This is known as background radiation and is caused by terrestrial, cosmic, and naturally occurring radon. On the other hand, during radiographic examination some degree of biological damage does occur during exposure,…

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    The occurrence of inflammatory throughout the digestive tract is the general outcome of Crohn’s disease. The disease mainly aggresses towards the small and large intestine, but it could also impact other parts of the digestive tract as well. The small intestines are divided into three categories which are the ileum, jejunum, and duodenum. Crohn’s disease mainly impacts the ileum section where it swells up when irritated. The leading cause to Crohn’s disease is the process of being genetically…

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    periodically visited her. Many different health care professionals saw her during her stay. I plan to be a Speech Language Pathologists (SLP), and thought it would be the perfect opportunity to shadow a health care professional. I got watch a modified barium swallow study, which I have wanted to see for quite some time. Jennifer Masters CCC-SLP was able to diagnose and recommend treatment immediately after looking at the films. I could she had been doing this a very long time. She discussed her…

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    Factors Of Crohn's Disease

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    Crohn’s Disease is a systemic autoimmune disorder progressively rising in the United States. People of all ages are affect. But, it seems to be more dominant in people between the ages of 14 – 35, including those that smoke cigarettes, family members with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and Jewish descent. Crohn’s disease is chronic, causing abnormal inflammation in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, affecting the end of the small intestine to the beginning of large intestine. It affects the…

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    his father was a very smart man. Scheele learned a lot from his father and his friends that would come to teach young Carl. Scheele became a pharmacist which lead him into working with different chemicals. He founded many different acids as well as barium and molybdenum. Scheele also created a green coloring mixture in which is now famous as Scheele’s Green. What: This article is trying to inform people of why Carl Scheele’s green is becoming such an important subject today. Scheele’s green is…

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    My current clinical assignment is at St. Joseph’s Candler Hospital from 8:00am to 4:00pm in the main department. Technically, I have completed my second week at clinic, and overall it went very well. I completed one successful competency within the first week of my assignment. The competency was of a portable clavicle performed on a two-week-old infant. The purpose of the exam was to detect any fractures in the clavicles from the birth procedure. The exam included two views of bilateral…

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