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    Lawrence, the president of Downing Digital Healthcare Partners said, “Customers just aren’t aware of the prevalence of sudden cardiac arrest.” Each year in the United States over 424,000 victims are being affected all ages, in Hawaii, Native Hawaiians are 1.7 times (over 70%) more likely to die from heart disease than other race. To prevent this from happening to all citizens, CFL (Certification for Life) wants to increase funding for more access to an AED. Our goal as the CFL is to train citizen into having the knowledge of an AED, improve access of an AED and fund for classes and training for students and staff on campus to have the knowledge react when an emergency happen. By doing so, we do hope the percentage of deaths from cardiovascular…

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    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Categorization of traumatic heart disease is based on mechanism of injury (i.e., penetrating, nonpenetrating [blunt], iatrogenic, metabolic, and other) (Table ) . PENETRATING CARDIAC TRAUMA Penetrating trauma is the most common cause of significant cardiac injury seen in the hospital setting, with the predominant injury being from guns and knives. Penetrating cardiac trauma is secondary to stab wounds in 35 to 96 percent of patients…

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    The Cardiac Cycle The cardiac cycle is the sequence of events that occur in the heart during one heart beat. It is how the heart operates, and what exactly happens when it contracts and relaxes. The heart is equipped with four chambers and one-way valves that work with precision to pump blood to and from the body. The heart regulates blood volume to support efficient circulation to the cells, tissues, organs, and systems. It provides oxygen and nutrients to the bodies tissue while also…

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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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    Scientists have also tried to use exon skipping so that portions of the genetic code are “skipped” and partially functional dystrophin can result (“Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy”, 2016). Other research studies include driving muscle growth through myostatin inhibitors because myostatin is a protein that limits muscle growth, accelerating muscle repair through stem cell transplantation, compensate the lack of dystrophin with another protein named utrophin, the exploration in anti-inflammatory…

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    egin{table}[H] centering captionof{table}{Characteristics of hyperoxia studies - 1} label{tab:table 3.11} egin{tabularx}{0.99 extwidth}{p{0.27 extwidth} p{0.25 extwidth} p{0.23 extwidth}p{0.23 extwidth}} \ hline abularnewline extbf{Author (year)} & extbf{Study design} & extbf{Hyperoxia threshold} & extbf{Hypoxia threshold} \ abularnewline hline abularnewline extbf{Post cardiac arrest}\ abularnewline Del Castillo (2012)cite{DelCastillo2012} & Prospective cohort…

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    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 involves cardiovascular and resistance training. Questions: 1. You noticed that heart rate increased immediately before exercise (above resting levels). Why is this the case? Heart rate may increase before the start of any…

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    To begin, I viewed the clip “It’s A Nurse”, which is what my response is in reference to. The first ethical concept I noticed in the clip is ethics of care. After the patient passes away the narrator, who I conclude to be the mother, is informed that she may take as long as she needs and the nurses take actions to comfort her given the situation such as keeping the patients undergarments on. The nurses are respecting the mother’s wishes in regards to the scenario in order to produce the most…

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    Elaborative Rehearsal and Cardiac Arrhythmias The process of memory is encoding, storing and retrieving information. The information is processed using visual, semantic, or acoustic ques. Maintenance and elaborative rehearsal are storage codes used to store the encoded information. Elaborative rehearsal is “elaborating” on the definition of the word using semantics, acronyms, or acoustic syllables. To adequately retrieve the information, you have encoded and stored you must use proper retrieval…

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    My Father Changed My Life

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    My dad died unexpectedly from cardiac arrhythmia when I was 14 years old. This phrase has become my “go-to line” when people ask what happened. For them, it gives them all the information they need. However, it holds a different meaning for me, it holds how I felt when he died. Losing my father at such a young age changed quite a few social aspects of myself. A few common themes that emerged included the feeling of vulnerability, the feeling of having to grow up faster than everyone else, and an…

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