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    Becoming A Neurosurgeon

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    I am researching neurosurgery and everything that it takes to become a neurosurgeon. . It takes extreme amounts of hard work and dedication to become a neurosurgeon. Many hours will be spent studying to complete a degree in this medical field. Competition is tough to get into medical school these days. I am interested in researching neurosurgery because I am fascinated by the brain. It is truly incredible how the brain functions and controls everything that goes on in your body. There is still so much to find out about the brain and I would like to be involved in these discoveries. I am up for the challenge to become a neurosurgeon. There are certain responsibilities and personal qualities that are necessary for a neurosurgeon to uphold. Some of the responsibilities that a neurosurgeon deals with would be “advise medical personnel regarding healthcare issues, analyze patient data to determine patient needs or treatment goals, conduct research to increase knowledge about medical issues, operate on patients to treat conditions, and also prescribe preoperative and postoperative treatments and procedures, such as sedatives, diets, antibiotics, and preparation and treatment of the patient’s operative area” (acinet). Neurosurgeons are very busy and have a lot to deal with, and must be organized. You would have to be continually focused in order to keep everything on track. There are personal qualities and traits that a doctor should possess to get the best results possible from…

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    injuries. Muslims fixed that by making the first hospital, along with other inventions made by muslims. When muslims were making all of these inventions, it was know as, Muslim innovations. The three most important and influential Muslim innovations that changed the world or affect the world today are, Algebra, hospitals, and the toothbrush with toothpaste. First, muslims built the first medical building in 872. They named it Ahmad ibn Tulun Hospital, and it was free for any muslim who needed…

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    Poverty In Waqf Essay

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    distribute emergency aid to Syrian refugees, amongst other projects ("Waqf - Endowment - Charity in Islam | Islamic Relief UK", 2016). Abattouy & Al-Hassani (n.d) is cited in Tariq Khan (n.d.) that in the Islamic world most hospitals were financed from the revenues of Waqfs. Awqaf were used for structured actions of social nature, like health services, covering the expenses on patients as well as the provision of physicians and training, besides construction of hospitals. Wealthy Muslims,…

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