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    Nt1310 Unit 9 Lab Report

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    Acute infection with fever, lymph gland inflammation or general body aches. Relative Contraindications: 1. High degree atrioventricular block. 2. Elevated resting blood pressure; > 200 systolic or >110 diastolic. 3. Neuromotor, musculoskeletal, or rheumatoid disorders that are exacerbated by exercise. The difference between absolute and relative contraindications deal with the decision to continue exercise or to stop exercise. When you have an absolute contraindication, you want to discontinue exercise immediately because continuing with exercise can be harmful to the patient. With a relative contraindication, you will want to monitor the patient very closely to make sure the exercise testing does not become dangerous for the patient to continue. 6. (3 pts) what is RPE and why do we use it? (Please provide a short paragraph on the importance of RPE) RPE stands for Rate of Perceived Exertion and is used to determine how the patient is feeling during each stage of the protocol. The RPE correlates to the intensity of the exercise and how hard the patient feels their body is working…

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    5. What are the potential contraindications that can prevent someone from having a cardiac catheterization? What is the contraindication that must be considered in Robert Wilson’s case? Why is this of concern? There are potential contraindications to getting a cardiac catheterization, though the only contraindication is the inability to provide an informed consent. There have been unstable patients how have tolerated this procedure but with high risk patients, the nurse has be cautious of…

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    Massage therapy offers many benefits, such as meditation and relaxation. However, there are some times when a massage is not recommended. that is why communication with the massage therapy client is extremely important. Below is a list of contraindications for massage therapy: You Have Rashes Rashes are one of the contraindications for massage therapy. A rash could be a sign of a number of health problems, including eczema or a skin allergy. It is best to have a rash inspected by a physician…

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    The title of this article is “Contraindications in a Hip-Hop World: An Ethnographic Study of Black Women Hip-Hop Fans in Washington, DC.,” written by Tia L. Smith-Cooper. This article was published with UMI Microform in June 2002. In this article, Tia L. Smith-Cooper is scrutinizing the current (in 2002) problem of male rappers objectifying females and women still being content with this fact and continuing to be hip-hop fans. Not only does she attack male rappers, she also attacks female…

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    6. The Controversies and Contraindications Therapeutic ultrasound has been used for various healing such as to treat injuries like muscle strains or runner's knee for a long time. However, the controversy on it still continues. There is limited evidence to support or refute its effectiveness and safety. Therapeutic ultrasound is not difficult to test, and present studies are not enough to persuade people that it works well. A recent study showed that it is unambiguously negative to us (Gam &…

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    Health Benefits Of Asthma

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    whilst promoting mucous production and thus expectoration. Contraindications- Regular use of this plant should be avoided in cases of low blood pressure. Caution should be exercised not to increase the dose during pregnancy. Side Effects- No adverse effects Oregano (Origanum vulgare) the client receives high amount of antioxidants from oregano, which helps controls free radicals which can reduce cellular oxidation. The actions of oregano are antibacterial, antifungal. Contraindications-Avoid…

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    These contraindications are stage of advanced cancer; Smoking; obesity; Previous radiotherapy; Prior surgery at the tissue donor site for retail (in the case of ABR) and medical comorbidities. (5) Current or long-term smoking is associated with deterioration of the microcirculation and hence with an increase in the frequency of healing problems. There is also a significant (p 600g or cup> C), with a risk of large breast complication of 18%, compared to a mean %) And small (3%). (6) One of…

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    Lasix Phoenix Case Study

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    This drug has no other brand names in the United States. Lasix is classificatied as is antihypertensive and diuretic. Lasix is commonly used for the treatment of hypertension and management of edema associated with heart failure. Lasix does not have any off-label uses. The major side effects or adverse reactions are acute hypotension, orthostatic hypotension, vertigo, and hyperglycemia. Contraindications include hypersensitivity to furosemide or any other component of the drug formulation.…

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    Corneal Ectasia

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    crosslinking is to stop the progression of ectasia. Likewise, the best candidate for this therapy is an individual with a progressive ectatic disease of the cornea. The most common indication is stage I and II keratoconus with evidence of progression like change in refraction (including astigmatism), uncorrected visual acuity, best corrected visual acuity, and corneal shape (topography and tomography). Other diseases that can be candidates include Pellucid Marginal…

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    Evaluating on the effectiveness of the pharmacological prophylaxis would give an indication if the treatment should be continued or stopped if the risk of VTE is already ruled out. If there is not any contraindication identified, they are able to take anticoagulants to prevent thrombus formation. If contraindications are identified such as haemorrhage or stroke, the use of pharmacological prophylactic should be avoided. It certainly does not suggest that they are not able receive prophylaxis,…

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