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  • Descriptive Essay: The Autopsy Room

    The staring contest didn't last long when she broke the silence. "Seven years ago." She felt her body stiffen at her own words, at the mentioned period. Her hand reached for the probe to begin the session, though there wasn't much for her to dissect. This female body was identical to the past victims' bodies she had examined, a penetrated wound in the mid chest area with a missing heart, no signs of struggle or restraint. He cleared his throat and decided to go back on topic. "A female one, couldn't have been more than fifteen, found in an isolated alleyway. The police couldn't ID her and no one claimed her body." "Right." He wasn't sure if her one word answer was meant for his finding or not. "So including that one, it would confirm my original concern. The murderer is targeting mainly females." She leaned forward and took a closer look at the hole in the body's chest area, then she used the probe to touch the exposed muscles and pushed the magnifying work lamp closer to her side. Pulling the lamp head down to the hole, she studied the interior and noticed besides the smooth and flat surface of muscles and tissues, there were microscopic black…

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  • Malpractice Case: Alterations In The Emergency Department

    (fictitious name), a four-year-old child with wheezing, was brought into the emergency room by her mother for treatment at XYZ (fictitious name) hospital at 9:12 p.m. on Friday, May 13. Initial triage assessment revealed that Cindy was suffering from a sore throat, wheezing bilaterally throughout all lung fields, seal-like cough, shortness of breath (SOB), bilateral ear pain. Vital signs on admission were pulse rate 160, respiratory rate 28, and a temperature of 101.6 °Fahrenheit (F) (rectal).…

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  • Functional Movement System Case Study

    Correct posture is essential for correct body movement. Without correct posture, muscle imbalances and non-contact injuries may occur. One of the most used screening tests to find these imbalances within an individual is the Functional Movement System (FMS) according to McCall, Carling, Davison, Nedelec, Le Gall, Berthoin, and Dupont (2015). The Functional Movement System is designed to recognize potential weaknesses and risk of injury (Cook, 2010). Therefore, it will be vital for health…

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  • Chest Cameras Research Paper

    Police Brutality and Chest Cameras In recent years, we’ve noticed an increase in claims of police brutality. However, without any hard evidence, they’re just that: claims. With such controversial events such as the Mike Brown, Eric Garner, and John crawford shootings, police brutality and racism has become more and more in the forefront of the public eye. Some have suggested improvements and precautions for the police to take, such as chest cams in addition to already existing dash cams. Are…

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  • Chest Radiography Essay

    Chest radiography plays an important role in the detection and diagnosis of disease related to lungs. The chest radiograph specifies the thoracic anatomy and provides high yield, at the low cost [1]. There are some challenges in processing Chest X-ray images. For example, in lung segmentation, the strong edges at the rib cage and clavicle region cause local minima for most minimization approaches. Segmenting the lung apex is also a nontrivial problem because of the changing intensity at the…

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  • Community Chest: A Case Study

    people and families achieve their human potential depends on the fundamentality of access to Health, Education, Income-Generation and Community Development. These four key vital centre ranges encourage social change to move a citizenship that is dynamic, connected with and impactful (Community Chest, 2014). They focus on: 1. Group Development: Community Chest connects with and teams up with associations, concerned nationals and experts to construct flexible and responsive groups where access and…

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  • Depression And Anxiety Disorders Case Study

    At the time of evaluation, Mrs. Smith was a 54-year-old white married heterosexual female that was referred by her PCP, Dr. Dell, to assess her psychological and emotional functioning. Specifically, Mrs. Smith complained of headaches, stomach aches, and chest pains, along with depressive and anxious symptoms. Furthermore, Mrs. Smith shared that she felt overly emotional when confronted with stressful situations, which has worsened in the past six months and caused her to feel tearful,…

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  • 5 Types Of Theories Of Learning

    I chose this particular theory last because combines other theories. Transitional learning is a type of learning based on an individuals perspective due to personal changes that initiated a deep desire to obtain specific knowledge. This type of learning is not generally considered for classes based in EMS but in reality this type of learning occurs daily with providers on the field. An example of this would be a patient that presents with upper abdominal pain and acid reflux type…

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  • Protein Test May Ensure Quick Diagnosis Of Heart Attack

    great. Research nurses that work in the Manchester Royal Infirmary and Salford Royal Hospital have come up with the prediction that using the protein ‘fatty acid binding protein (H-FABP)’ can help speed up the diagnosis of a heart attack. These research nurses would like to see if this protein will be more effective at detecting heart attacks than the method doctors have at hospitals today. They have discovered that the H-FABP protein rises after the patient has a heart attack. They are running…

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  • Silent Killer Essay

    Some of these diseases develop rapidly and have obvious signs and symptoms while others develop insidiously and have deadly effects. It is important to know that the signs and symptoms of heart disease present themselves different in men versus women (Nursing Update, 2008). More often than not, men will experience chest pain or discomfort in cardiac crisis while women will experience nausea, vomiting, and back or jaw pain. Men are more susceptible to developing heart disease after the age of…

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