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  • Chinese Students In The United States

    Chinese students in United States Golden sunlight shines through the clear sky, casts a sharp bright reflection on the top of the mountains in distanced. The airs is tingled up with the sweet smell of summer orange blossom, and with mountains are lining up in one direction, the ocean in the other. The horizon of the blue ocean stretches far and gently vanished little by little, and then finally kisses the skyline. Peer out from the hills over the ocean coast, those palm trees grown tall into…

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  • Lumbar Spine: A Case Study

    This is a 54-year-old male with a 08/28/08 date of injury. A specific mechanism of injury has not been described. 12/11/15 Pain Management Follow-up and Appeal to UR indicated that the patient presented with complains of chronic pain in his low back and ankles together with feet bilaterally. The pain is 4/10-scale level. He is having chiropractic treatment and PT of the lumbar spine, which is increasing his ROM and functional capacity status. He is taking Norco 10/325 mg an Gabapentin 300 mg…

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  • An Important Person To Me Essay

    An Important Person to Me I met Amanda during my first day of my high school, and she caught my attention. She has twinkling eyes and her long black hair lies back in curls from her delicate ears. An idea came out from my brain that: I want to make friend with her. And then, naturally, we became best friends. In the rest of our high school life, we spent a long time accompanying with each other and shared our experience, our memories, and our lives no matter it was good or not. According to our…

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  • Viral Conjunctivitis Case Study

    Based on Sherry’s health history, the examiner decided to perform vital signs and focused physical examination of the eyes and its associated systems. Therefore, the examiner performed a physical exam of head, ears, eyes, nose and throat (HEENT). Like other parts of the physical exam, it begins with inspection, and then proceeds to palpation (Bickley & Szilagyi, 2013). After taking Sherry’s health history, her Vital signs were taken in order to find out if there is any change in her baseline,…

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  • What Are The Pros And Cons Of College

    University Final Exam At the beginning of the semester reality hit, I was no longer in high school it was the start of my college experience. I began to learn a lot about life and the do’s and do nots of college. College is a whole new set of responsibility’s that must be taught to be dealt with, you must learn how to plan ahead and really take a lot from all the classes you are in. College has taught me that I am not a regular student I must work twice as hard as the others in order to make…

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  • Symptomatology Case Studies

    Introduction Knee injuries are common in individuals that perform in the sports that require quick movements. These quick movements put the person at a high risk of suffering an injury to the knee. Of these injuries, the most common are meniscal and anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears. When a person suffers a potential injury they must be diagnosed by a qualified healthcare professional prior to deciding on an intervention to correct the tear. There are many different methods of diagnosis:…

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  • Affirmative Action Do What It Should By Dan Slatermarch Analysis

    Sociology 2160-100The article “Does Affirmative Action Do What It Should?” by Dan Slatermarch asserts in many ways why affirmative action does work and why it doesn’t work. Clarence Thomas who is now an associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States stated reasons on why he opposed affirmative actions. In the article he told New York Times in 1982, “that affirmative action placed students in programs above their abilities (par 5).” He later on begin to assert how he watch the…

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  • Similarities Between The Sui Dynasty

    During the ear of 600-1450, the Sui Dynasty started as a dynasty heavily depended on high taxes and compulsory labor, but changed to a bureaucracy more heavily based on merit, cultural advancement, and epansion in the Tang Dynasty, and then to appointed administration and smaller borders in the Song Dynasty, however throughout this period, the dynasties pushed high taxes on its citizens. The baseline is the Sui…

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  • HIPAA Case Study

    Moodey saw John last week for his annual physical. Dr. Moodey sent John for some lab work as he was concerned that John may have developed diabetes mellitus. John asked the Medical Assistant, Sally, to contact him on his cell phone to discuss the results of the lab tests. When the results came in, Sally called John’s home phone and left a message for him to contact the office. Which of the Patients’ Bill of Rights afforded under Title II of HIPAA did Sally violate? | 15 points | Directions to…

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  • Nursing Trauma Case Study

    1. Develop at least 2 complete nursing diagnoses related to client’s history. Rape-Trauma Syndrome related to forced sexual penetration as evidenced by shame, fear, and helplessness. (610) Risk for Post Trauma Syndrome related to inadequate social support. (594) Stress Overload related to chronic illness as evidenced by reports of difficulty in functioning. (768) Risk for ineffective activity planning related to insufficient support systems. (49) 2. Identify the components included in a client’s…

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