Cerebral aneurysm

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  • Case Study: Cerebral Aneurysm For Monitoring

    Hypertension Cerebral aneurysm for monitoring Migraines - on topiramate Thank you very much for referring Sandra along for her 18-month history or cough. As you are aware, she first noticed this on holidays in Queensland in July last year. She developed a dry cough at the time without any associated infective symptoms. That dry cough has persisted since that time. It is mainly throughout the day and is mild cough which is mainly throat clearing. She does not notice issues at night. She did trial Nexium for three months due to some symptoms of GORD earlier in the year and this cleared up her symptoms of GORD but did not improve the cough. She tried Nasonex for a short time without any significant benefit. She has tried Ventolin without any benefit. She has no past history of asthma and has never been a smoker. She has no other symptoms of concern, in particular no shortness of breath, wheeze, fevers sweats or loss of weight. She is not currently working, although she does volunteer for the CFA. She has no pets at home and has not changed anything in her home environment in the last few years. She does look after her grandchildren but does not seem to pick up their viral illnesses. They do have pet dogs and she…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Brain Aneurysm

    Many people have a memorable event that shapes their lives; unfortunately, I was in a coma for mine. In February 2012 -- mid-way through my freshman year -- I suffered a brain aneurysm. There were no big warning signs, no red flags...just a nagging headache two days before. I went to sleep one night, and woke up two days later in a hospital room, surrounded by a dozen strange people, with a breathing tube down my throat...and everyone telling me to RELAX. Are you kidding me?! The good news is…

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  • Allison Piscitelli Argumentative Essay

    Most people think of Halloween as a fun holiday where you get to dress up and get free candy. But for Allison Piscitelli it was a frightening day for her as well as family and friends. On October 31st, 2013 Allison Piscitelli had to go through one of the toughest surgeries ever. Piscitelli had to get a heart surgery. She had to get her aortic valve replaced with a mechanical valve and they had to replace an aortic aneurysm with a plastic root. All taking place 6 hours away from everything she…

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  • Essay On Aneurysm

    Aneurysm is a common disease affecting about half of the world population, mostly find in men. Aneurysm origin is usually the walls of the blood vessels or the branches of the arteries. As the Aneurysm grows it tends to get larger in the walls of the arteries which can cause discomfort. There are two main types of aneurysm: cerebral aneurysm and aorta aneurysm. An aneurysm can be diagnose with .Regular screening or x-ray, and once taken place, the doctor can determine if surgery is needed…

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  • Essay On Aortic Dissection

    endovascular surgery. It is most effective when used for type B cases. “The experts recommend TEVAR for complicated type B aortic dissection” (Barone). YEVAR stands for thoracic endovascular aneurysm repair, and it is far less invasive than having open heart surgery (Barone). I realize that this would appeal to most people because they can still be treated with other options if so fail or are too risky. Since aortic dissections are common in older people, less invasive appear to be the more…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Importance Of Community Service

    former nurse with a previously happy family and then got involved in drugs unintentionally through her brother. She and her brother was then arrested with illicit drugs, and her brother then testified against her in order to obtain a lesser sentence. As a result of her conviction, she lost her license, her husband, custody of her children, and half of meager possessions. Instead of support from the town and family that raised her, she was treated a social outcast and a drug-seeker by members…

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  • Aortic Aneurysm Research Paper

    Aortic Aneurysm 4.) Symptoms: Source: @healthline. "Aortic Aneurysm." Healthline. N.p., 26 Jan. 2016. Web. 14 Oct. 2016. In the early stages, aortic aneurysm may have no symptoms. As they grow larger, they may cause abdominal, chest, or back pain. Most go undiagnosed until they’re discovered during a routine doctor’s visit. A ruptured aneurysm, in contrast, is a medical emergency with serious symptoms. These can include sudden and intense pain in your abdomen, dizziness, clamminess, falling…

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  • Abortion In Unwind, By Helen Neal Shusterman

    Abortion has always been an argument between humans. No one can decide whether it is wrong or right. In Neal Shusterman’s, Unwind, there is a different answer to the problem of abortion. In the novel, a concept called Unwinding is created to stop abortion, but still give parents a choice. A child between the ages of 13 to 18 is eligible to be signed to be unwound and according to the law every part of then must be used. Throughout the novel, Connor Lassiter, Risa Ward, and Levi Calder all go…

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  • Characteristics Of Zombies

    zombies are somewhat oblivious to their surroundings but once a human comes into their line of sight or they or hear something, thats all they bring attention to. You can tell that the thalamus is affected by the zombie virus because of the lack of sleep. Another thing that was on my list of how a typical zombie behaves, is the lack of feeling pain. Watching a clip of a human separate the body of a zombie and still have the zombie act like nothing happened, was disturbing. If that had happened…

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  • Current Levels Of Educational Performance Case Study

    Current Levels of Educational Performance: On September 22, 2016, I had the pleasure of observing a middle school classroom at The Day School. During my observation, I reviewed an extremely well written IEP for a tenth grade student diagnosed with autism and cerebral palsy. Academically, the student performs below her same age peers and state approved academic standards. She demonstrates delays in the areas of cognition, receptive and expressive language, fine and gross motor skills,…

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