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    Attempt to Escape “Hurry up. It’s almost 5:00” my dad yelled from the back room. Mumbling I turned the hilarious video off and started to get ready. “I’m leaving” I yelled. Strapping on my shoes I walked out the door, ready for what hoped would be an exciting Jr. High dance. And cousin, let me tell you something, boy was I wrong as ever. It started off okay, I walked down my street towards the school, and since I lived almost right next to the freeway, I heard the rushing sound of hundreds of cars returning from their jobs to go see their families. Anyway, I walked onto the school campus and a white car pulled up in the school parking lot. “Hey, Nathan” The twins Nick and Kyle yelled. “What up cousin” I answered. (They are not really my cousins. Term I use for friends. Learned it from a book) I continued the journey with them by my side. As we drew closer to the old gym the smell of pizza wafted through the air and to our nose. On the outside my face was joyful but on the inside, I was nervous and doubtful that anything good could come out of me going to the dance. Curtis said it would be fun. The last time he was there they had shaved ice., I thought to myself. When we actually got to the Quad there was an extremely long line that I thought would go on forever. “Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu…

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    Long cold days slowly fade into short hot summer days. We pass the time enjoying the last few months of the school year. Before we know it time flies by quick and school is out for the summer. Summertime is always full of memories, some good and some bad. Last summer memories consist of heartbreak, laughs, work, friends, and love. I went threw it all, the begging of summer i was already over it and ready to graduate and be out of pawnee. As the days past on i found myself wishing time would stop…

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    What are the patients problems? Dr. Alley is currently suffering from Hypertension (HBP) which is when the pressure of blood is stained against the arterial walls. Due to the fact that Dr. Alley has stopped taking his medication, this has caused long-term affliction to his heart. The doctor has also been experiencing dyspnea (difficulty breathing ). This can be a warning of a condition to his heart or lungs. Recently the doctor has also been affected by oppressive epistaxis known as a…

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    superior rate of GTR (79% versus 65%, P < 0.0001) as well as the lower rates of CSF leak (5% versus 7%, P < 0.01), septal perforation (0% versus 5%) and post-operative epistaxis (1% versus 4%, P < 0.0001) for the endoscopic approach compared with the sublabial approach. Rotenberg et al. (10) concluded that the two approaches had similar outcomes (GTR, hormonal abnormality resolution) but that the endoscopic approach was associated with fewer complications as well as a shorter hospital…

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    Diabetes Case Summary

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    CC: “Nosebleed that won’t stop” HPI: A 66 year old white male, with history of Type II diabetes, gout, hypertension and coronary artery disease status post 3 stent placement most recent 2009. was transferred to UF Health, from a medical center in The Villages, Florida for ENT evaluation of persistent unilateral epistaxis of the right nostril. The three days prior to admission, the patient admitted that while taking a shower he cleared his nose and “red chunks” were seen, he also noted some…

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    Major complications are generally rare. Minor complications such as epistaxis, septal hematoma, injury to the nasopalatine nerve with subsequent dental numbness, scarring, septal perforation, cerebrospinal fluid leak, and persistent nasal obstruction are comparatively more prevalent. Severe epistaxis following septoplasty is rare. Counselling patients about risk of dental numbness following septoplasty is a must. Temporary dental numbness is common, and usually resolves within several weeks or…

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    Good Of The Horse

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    various countries. This results in multiple different sets of prohibited drugs and regulations for drug usage. Debates run rampant about changes that should or should not be made and which medications should be banned, controlled, or allowed. At the top of this list is furosemide, a diuretic more commonly called Lasix. Exercise Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage, often referred to as EIPH or bleeding, occurs when capillaries in a horse’s lungs burst due to a massive increase of blood pressure that…

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    Coumadin Research Paper

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    inflammation. Adverse Effects o Severe • Churg-Strauss syndrome, vasculitis, erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, toxic epidermal necrolysis, pancreatitis, erythema nodosum, anaphylactoid reactions, angioedema, suicidal ideation, seizures, o Moderate • Pyuria, atopic dermatitis, myopia, wheezing, gastritis, conjunctivitis, elevated hepatic enzymes, eosinophilia, hepatitis, edema, thrombocytopenia, palpitations, bleeding, memory impairment, confusion, depression, hostility,…

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    clotting cascade. Because activated thrombin can no longer be produced, the blood clotting cascade is halted and thrombi formation ceases. It is in this way that Apixaban indirectly inhibits platelet aggregation caused by thrombin formation. Due to this mechanism of action, rivaroxaban does not dissolve preexisting clots since it has no effect on fibrin or platelets. It is also important to note that the action of rivaroxaban can be reversed with the use of an antidote. Two potential antidotes,…

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    Rhinoplasty Case Study

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    So, all the patients had some kind of the external deformity of nose. 90% patients also complained of nasal obstruction. Post nasal discharge and mouth breathing were associated in majority of the patients. Nearly half of the patients had recurrent URTI, one-third patients had snoring and 2 patients had history of epistaxis and excessive sneezing each. A study comprising of eighty four patients with septal deviation, was carried out to find the effect of septoplasty on sequalae of nasal septal…

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