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    According to all of her symptoms and her chart she had to be going into kidney failure. When the kidneys shut down your whole body shuts down. Your kidneys filter your blood, when your blood isn 't filtered, it causes damage to all of the other organs in the body. As far as I could tell, she was in the early stages so we still had a chance. I put her on the transplant list as fast as I could. The sooner she got a kidney, the better chance she would have to walk out of here happy and healthy. No one could know that I was her family or I would be taken off the case immediately. Nobody in the hospital was as capable as I was when it came to transplants; I am paid millions of dollars a year because I am the best young general surgeon in the nation. A little bit of me died when I had to walk in the door and introduce myself as her doctor. Believe me, I may have made the decision years ago to give up all of my parental rights, but now more than ever was regretting that decision. Seeing her…

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    Imagine being poked and prodded. Then being injected with an unknown substance that makes you feel different. And this same process goes on and on for multiple different injections. On top of the many injections your receiving your also food and water deprived. You are also placed in a physical restraint for prolonged periods of time that often leads to multiple injuries. Eventually you’re scared of everything, if it moves you scream, if it comes close to you, you scream. But guess what, you…

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    Tissue Trade

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    Officially the human body is worth zero dollars, however people are actually worth a small fortune, just not for the people who should receive the money, the families. There is an unseen business that makes its fortune out of the body tissue of your loved ones, and you are not even aware of it. This business is known as the tissue trade, and though I see the benefits of the system, it still has a long way to go before it will be considered an ethically sound business, and no longer violates…

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    Skin Care Products Essay

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    Tried and true skin care products that make a difference Ever since I was twelve years old and I got my first pimple, I have been searching high and low for successful skin care products that won’t break my bank account. After twenty-one years of existence, I have learned that no such this is possible. However, I have tried more skin care products than I can name, most of them ending up in the garbage can. For those few products that do work, I will continue to use over and over until the day I…

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    In the essay “Stripped for parts” written, by Jennifer Khan the general concept she is addressing is how morbid it is for dead people and their bodies to be harvested for it organs. The way she starts the essay is by using a narrative approach, and the reason there is the narrative approach is for more effect of emotion to the readers. Her thesis statement that grabbed my attention the most was “Compared with such micro scare cures, transplants- which consist of salvaging entire organs from a…

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    Cadaver Observation

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    importance to ensure that the students can not identify the cadavers. The face remains permanently covered and not revealed, and any identifiers of the donors are removed. All toe tags are taped, which must remain on the body at all times as per our agreement with Wright State University’s Anatomical Gift Program. We also cover any potentially identifying characteristics on the body, such as tattoos. Furthermore, we have asked that the educators inform us of any student that has had a family…

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    Cyanosis Research Paper

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    Cyanosis, which appear in differing ways in adults and newborns. Central Cyanosis is caused by diseases of the heart, lungs, or by the presence of abnormal levels of hemoglobin types such as, methemoglobin and sulfhemoglobin. It is commonly seen as a bluish-purple discoloration of the tongue and lining of the mouth. In newborns, central cyanosis is seen in cases of severe problems dealing with breathing, airway, circulation, or heart complications. In adults, central cyanosis can be caused by…

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    Epidermis Layers

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    1. The three major layers that make up healthy skin are the epidermis, dermis, and the hypodermis. The epidermis is a keratinized stratified squamous epithelium that resists abrasion and reduces water loss. It have four cell types and five layers. The dermis made of strong, flexible dense irregular connective tissue. It contains the blood vessels, nerve fibers and lymphatic vessels. The sweat glands and the hair follicles live in the dermis layer. The hypodermis is deep to the skin. It is made…

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    Cyanosis Research Paper

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    Peripheral Cyanosis, which appear in differing ways in adults and newborns. Central Cyanosis is caused by diseases of the heart, lungs, or by the presence of abnormal levels of hemoglobin types such as, methemoglobin and sulfhemoglobin. It is commonly seen as a bluish-purple discoloration of the tongue and lining of the mouth. In newborns, central cyanosis is seen in cases of severe problems dealing with breathing, airway, circulation, or heart complications. In adults, central cyanosis can be…

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    Electric Fish Essay

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    Many people may ask the question: why study such an exotic sensory system such as the electrosensation in electric fish? Could it be because of the natural curiosity that we as human’s exhibit, or maybe because we are intrigued by the various morphological and physiological adaptations that are seen across a plethora of environments? Well, more evolved organisms have achieved their higher traits not from new mechanisms that spontaneously appeared, but from old mechanisms that they share with…

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