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    Iron Deficiency Anemia

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    male patients, women who are postmenopausal, or adolescent females with severe anemia, the physician may order or do the following: a fecal occult blood test, look for bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract via endoscopy, capsule enteroscopy, barium enema, barium swallow, or small bowel biopsy, and a urinalysis in search of hemoglobin or blood ("Iron-Deficiency Anemia," n.d.). For the female patients with menorrhagia, the doctor may perform a pelvic ultrasound or uterine biopsy to look for…

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    Radiology Tech Admissions Essay When I was seventeen years old, I took a professional medical careers course at New Market Skills Center in Washington to make up for some credits that I had missed for maternity absence. I continued the program my senior year. We prepared for the Certified Nursing Assistant exam and had clinical rotation for two weeks at Panorama City, a nursing home. Through my clinical experience, I learned that being able to empathize with your patient is very important in the…

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    Pneumoconiosis Essay

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    Pneumoconiosis is an occupational lung disease and a restrictive lung disease caused by the inhalation of dust. A longer, factitious term is pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. Depending upon the type of dust, the disease is given different names: 1. Coal worker’ pneumoconiosis(CWP): caused by inhaling coal dust, Coal is a natural brownish black or black graphite-like material which is a fossil fuel for producing energy such as electricity. CWP, which is known also as a black lung…

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    Rehabilitation Clinical Observation According to Hinkle and Cheever (2014), rehabilitation is a goal- oriented process that enables people with acute or chronic disorders, including those with physical, mental, or emotional disabilities or impairments, activity limitations and participation restrictions. (p.153) Early, intensive therapies are required for the patient to achieve optimal recovery. Majority of the clients attending a rehabilitation facility are those with stroke, brain injury,…

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    These amazing beautiful towers of volcanoes on the ocean floor vary in every way which only makes them more mysterious and fascinating. The first discovery of a hydrothermal vent was aboard a 3-person submersible named Alvin in 1977 at the Galapagos Rift (WHOI, 2004). This vent was a discovery of warm fluids mixing with cold ocean water rising from the ocean floor crust (WHOI, 2004). “In 1979, a second hydrothermal system was discovered along the East Pacific Rise” (WHOI,2004). This discovery…

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    There are many different aspects in the world of geology. Something that I want to focus on are hydrothermal vents. Hydrothermal vents are like chimney shaped hot springs that are located on the ocean floor. Hydrothermal vents were first discovered in 1977 near the Galapagos Islands in the eastern Pacific. Scientists exploring the area along the mid-oceanic ridge had noticed drastic temperature changes in their data. With the help of ALVIN, a research deep sea submersible, they discovered vents…

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    when patients drink a contrast medium substance the scans are able to tell that is for certain Crohn’s disease and the issues that will come along with it. GI series is where a patient will be placed in front of an x-ray and will be told to drink barium which will make the stomach, small intestine, and esophagus more visible on the x-ray for detection. Lastly, the most precise technique of determining Crohn’s disease is the intestinal endoscopy. There are three kinds of endoscopies: upper GI…

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    Anion Test Lab

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    the solubility of the unknown, we needed to have a set amount of the unknown salt, and then add measured amounts of water to determine the minimum amount needed to completely dissolve the salt. The cation test told whether the unknown contained barium, calcium, potassium, sodium, strontium, lithium, copper, or magnesium. Given a chart of the colors that each burn, lit the unknown on fire with a bunsen burner and compared the flame color with the colors in the chart. In order to identify the…

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    piezo ceramic producers at the start of the business, a few Japanese organizations and colleges shaped an "aggressively helpful" affiliation, built up as the Barium Titanate Application Research Committee, in 1951. This affiliation set an authoritative point of reference for effectively surmounting specialized difficulties and assembling obstacles, as well as for characterizing new market zones. Starting in 1965…

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    Irritable bowel is hard to manage, but is a big problem for some individuals. But is it true that irritable bowel is hard to manage? Are there easier ways to manage it? Although irritable bowel can be easy for some, it’s hard for others who have more severe cases of the syndrome. Thesis: I'm supposed to write an essay about how irritable bowel is hard to manage but that isn't always true, personally I have irritable bowel and it can be easier some days rather than others. what is IBS? Many…

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