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    They are certain unbelievable deeds attributed to Aswinidevas including plastic surgery. They restored the mobility of Shayava whose leg was cut at three places3 and blessed the queen Visphala, the wife of Khela Rajah with metal legs when she lost her leg in the battlefield. It is also mentioned that fire (Agni) was used as the ultimate weapon to destroy Marma. MARMA IN UPANISHAD Plenty of material of anatomical interest is found in Chandagya Upanishad, Kshirakopanishad…

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    The ECG/EKG When most people think of heart tests, they think of the ECG. ECG stands for electrocardiogram. It's also called an EKG, from the German elektrokardiogram. Although it may look like an ECG is recording heartbeats, it's not. In fact, it records the electrical activity (the electrical triggers, if you will) that presage the actual heartbeat. The mechanical beats follow the electrical triggers by about a tenth of a second -- unless, of course, there's a problem. Or to state it in…

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    It was a typical busy Tuesday in the Operating Room the morning of November 26th; I remember walking in hoping I had good cases and was assigned to a room. Being part of the Open Heart team meant that if no open heart surgeries were scheduled, you would end up being a float for other services. Many of the nurses preferred not to float because they weren’t always comfortable giving breaks to both surgical techs and circulators, but I didn’t mind scrubbing or circulating different services. I…

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    century aided in new advancements that lead to a new heart era with creations like the heart lung machine. Due to John Heysham Gibbon Jr.’s invention of a heart-lung machine, Gibbon was able to perform the first successful intercardiac surgery, also known as open heart surgery. Born in Philadelphia on September 29, 1903, Gibbon was born to John Heysham Gibbon Sr., a surgeon, and Marjorie Gibbon (Shumacker, 1982). Later in his life, he earned his B.A. from Princeton University in 1923, and his…

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    most would consider enjoyments and relaxation the way tourism improves others’ lives, but for those individuals that need a life changing surgeries this is thier only way, I know people that are scared to go to the doctor not because of the surgery it’s because of the cost of the…

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    Duchene Muscular Dystrophy

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    diagnosis of DMD. By the age of 12, the ability to walk may be lost and children will probably need a wheelchair while also skeletal deformities such as scoliosis and lordosis start to appear. In the early teen years, progressive weakness of the cardiac and diaphragm muscles leads to the development of cardiomyopathy and respiratory disorders respectively. Males with DMD usually die at the age of 25 from respiratory infection or chronic cardiomyopathy but there are few individuals who survive…

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    Introduction Some people believe that we have only one type of muscle in our bodies that help us with all different types of tasks, however; not only do our bodies have different muscle types, they also contain different muscle fibers that are used for different activities. Skeletal muscle contain three types of muscle fibers: slow twitch, fast twitch oxidative, and fast twitch glycolytic. Most muscles in our bodies have different combinations of these muscle fibers, although our body recruits…

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    how different individuals respond to exercise, specifically how long they can work and how efficiently they work. We predicted that females who exercise will have a higher relative-VO2, higher a-vO2-difference, higher stroke volume(SV) and higher cardiac output(CO) at their peak work rate; than individuals who do not exercise. In addition, we predict that females who exercise their heart rate(HR) will be lower before and after exercise than in females who do not exercise. These subjects…

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    NORTH WEST KENT COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF SPORT & LEISURE FOUDATION DEGREE in SPORTS SCIENCE Human Responses to Sports & Exercise Assessment Task 1 Workbook Student Name: Daniel Kelly Instructions: Read the information provided, and answer the questions. Please note that your answers should be concise, to the point, and include brief explanation. Part A: Scenario: You are a fitness coach and are instructing a personal fitness training session for an athlete in a gym. The session…

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    Randomized Control Trial

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    exercise should be as rigorous as is safe for each patient. A medical doctor should probably be the one to determine this and to supervise the exercising in case of emergency or question of ability to perform a certain act. A physical therapist and a cardiac rehabilitation therapist should be consulted as well in order to…

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