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    nonsurgical procedure to treat atherosclerosis within the heart’s vessels (cite). Percutaneous coronary intervention, a balloon angioplasty procedure, involves inserting a metal wire stent within a constricted coronary artery. Using a balloon catheter with guided x-ray imaging, the stent is implanted as the balloon simultaneously inflates. The inflation of the balloon breaks up atherosclerotic…

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    Chapter 4 STENT DESIGNS Stents are small meshed spring like tubular structures used in angiolplasty to treat the narrow or weak coronary arteries that carry blood. The implantation of stent prevents the arteries from blowing out for a longer duration after surgery. One of the causes for blockage of arteries is the plaque deposition in the inner parts that eventually block the blood flow and may also lead to heart attacks. …

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    While researching the several legal drugs that are available to worldwide, I will be focusing on alcohol, tobacco, and caffeine. Within this paper I will be addressing why it is legal to be use these drugs recreationally. As well as, how addictive each drug can be, the benefits that may accompany each drug along with the damages that can occur, and how much money is each industry worth along with the national amount of money spent on medical care and treatment following the effects of the drugs.…

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    Therapeutic Drug Monitoring of Psychotropic Drugs for Dementia Residents As per World health organization (2015), there are 47.5 million people who has dementia and there are 7.7 million new cases every year. In our dementia care unit, our residents will receive benevolent expert care to prolong and fulfil their quality of life. As a newly appointed operations management team in our dementia care facility, we continuously aim to provide and improve our quality of care to our dementia residents…

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    Although, the court held that these slight details do not qualify as transformative elements because they are still an exact depiction of the No Doubt band performing songs, which is what they do in real life and what they are known for as celebrities (192 Cal. App. 4th pg. 1018). Unlike Activisionʻs portrayal of the No Doubt band, Segaʻs portrayal of Kirby was altered significantly and recreated as an entirely different character. Despite the similarities between Kirby and the Ulala character,…

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    Contrary to what many vehicle owners believe, the windshield of a vehicle does more than just keep the wind and the rain out. Yes, it also stops dust from blowing in your eyes, but there's more to it than that. As strange as it may sound, in many modern cars, the windshields can account for up to 50% of the vehicles structural integrity. Furthermore, if the integrity of the windshield has been compromised due to a crack, the chance of the vehicle's roof collapsing in an accident will increase…

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    Painkiller Overdose

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    Examining the Painkiller Overdose Epidemic through Historical Perspectives Introduction: Prescription drugs, most notably painkillers, have been prevalent in the 21st century among high-schoolers. According to a 2005 study, 4.4 million teenagers (aged 12 to 17) in the US admitted to taking prescription painkillers, and 2.3 million took a prescription stimulant such as Ritalin. So why is there an increase in the usage of painkillers, specifically among high-school students in southern…

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    First Tattoo Anthropology

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    Ryan had this being about him that was mainly like “I don’t really care about anything except tattoos.” His reasoning for becoming a tattoo artist was mundane and expected as well as kind of infuriating. Ryan had graduated from Auburn, a top school in the country, and only became a tattoo artist because he did not want to look for a job. Ryan’s artwork was remarkable and could have gone somewhere but without the drive and audacity to make that happen, it sits in a tattoo parlor on Thach avenue.…

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    seizures. Even after the bill was passed still many individuals could not use the drug and many died trying to fight to have access. Individuals believe that many are suffering and waiting for their marijuana drug to help with their ill conditions. Richard N. Gottfried chair of Health Committee Assembly said that many individuals are waiting to get access to medical marijuana to help serious conditions and not having access can be dangerous for their health (Alliance, 2015). He was discussing…

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    aspects to the athletic world that are often hot topics, or controversial issues. One of the biggest, most popular topics in the society of sports is whether performance enhancing drugs should be legalized and used, or banned altogether. In my own opinion, these performance enhancing drugs should not be legalized, or allowed in the world of sports. There are many reasons that the use of performance enhancing drugs should not be allowed in athletics. One of the biggest reasons is to make the…

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