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  • Surgery As My Passion Essay

    At first, the surgeon had to check for any defects and repair them; I remember him saying it’s either a straight forward case or a complicated one. Ours was the second type of transplant. It was mesmerizing and breathtaking to see how the kidney became viable and pinkish after he connected it to the external iliac artery and vein. I enjoyed observing the surgeon while checking for any bleeding at the suture lines to make sure everything went smooth. I remember the next day when we were rounding and visiting the gentleman in his room, he was super excited and happy because he had received a new kidney, which meant no more dialysis for him anymore, and the chance at returning to a normal life. Another experience I encountered was a 5-day-old baby boy who had a hypoxic brain injury that precluded a recovery, but the rest of his organs were still viable. Therefore, we took him to the OR where all of his organs were donated for people in need. It was sad; however, knowing that other people will live because of him was very inspiring. Such experiences sad…

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  • Venous System Of The Frog

    from heart to different part of the body, are called arteries. They constitute a system called arterial system. Truncus arterious gives two branches right aortic trunk and left aortic trunk. Each aortic trunk again divides into three branches- a) Carotid arch: it divides into – Lingual artery – it supplies blood to tongue and hyoid. Common carotid – it supplies blood to buccal cavity and brain. it consists swelling at the base called carotid labyrinth. b) Systemic arch – two systemic arches…

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  • Conclusion Of Coronary Artery Disease

    This presentation will summarize what Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) is, so the patient and family will have a better understanding of the disease. Coronary Artery Disease is thought to “begin in early childhood and is evident in the teenage years” (http://www.heart.org/). The plaque keeps building up each year and stays with a person for life. As a person ages the risks of coronary artery disease becomes higher with the type of lifestyle a person chooses. “The leading causes of CAD are “high…

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  • Contraindication Case Study

    the procedure because it will decrease the patient’s anxiety. Cardiac catheterization involves a catheter called a fluoroscope that is inserted into either the right or left side of the heart to assess any septal defects, abnormalities, or any dysfunctions that are occurring within the heart. Depending on which side of the heart needs to be viewed will depend on if the catheter will be inserted into the artery or vein. In the left side, the catheter will be inserted into either the brachial or…

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  • Sleep Apnea Causes Memory Loss

    It can also lead to heart attacks, congestive heart failure, aortic dissection and atherosclerosis which in other words is fatty buildups in the arteries that cause them to harden. High blood pressure can also lead to strokes, kidney damage, vision loss, erectile dysfunction, memory loss, fluid in the lungs, angina, and peripheral artery disease. So how bad is it exactly to have these horrible conditions? When having heart failure, you heart muscle begins to weaken slowly and over time, your…

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  • Coronary Artery Disease Case Study

    Coronary Artery Disease Levi Gatherwright Morehead State University Coronary Artery Disease Coronary Artery Disease, CAD for short, is caused by a buildup of plaque in the coronary arteries that supply the heart with oxygenated blood. The plaque (Atheroma) is a waxy like substance that consists of calcium, lipid compounds, and blood clotting compounds such as macrophages and fibrin. The buildup takes many years to accumulate; the plaque eventually swells the arterial wall restricting blood…

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  • Animal Physiology Lab Report

    Introduction: The heart rate of an animal can be used as an indicator to identify when a stimulus evokes a reaction from the animal. Specifically in the case of humans’, there tends to be the cognitive ability to physically withhold a reaction from a stimulus and mask the involuntary reaction. However, the heart rate reacts immediately after a stimulus, and is not reigned in or controlled cognitively, so could the heart potentially be a true indicator of an individuals reaction to a stimulus?…

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  • Heart Rate Experiment

    Abstract The purpose of this exercise laboratory experiment was to, analyse and observe the role that exercise plays in affecting the blood pressure and heart rate of a patient, with and without the consumption of caffeine. In this experiment, a cycle ergometer (Monark 824E, Monark Exercise, Sweden) was used in an incremental style type exercise that measured the fourteen healthy participants blood pressure and heart rate at various interval stages. The blood pressure and heart rate were…

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  • Mindfulness Exercise: Raisin Meditation

    4. Notice how it feels to fully focus on your inhale. As you inhale, notice any particular feelings of tension or strain, and notice the sensation of your lungs and abdomen filling up as you inhale. 5. Now gently shift your awareness to focus more on your exhale. With each exhale, notice what it’s like to feel your breath passing out through your nostrils. And observe, without judgment, anything that you feel in your body. 6. For the next few minutes, continue to breathe gently and evenly.…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

    Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is an emergency procedure taken to restore spontaneous blood circulation and breathing for someone who is in cardiac arrest (“Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation”). Cardiac arrest is the sudden loss of blood flow from the heart’s spontaneous shut down (“Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation”). Some people think of the fake dummies used in CPR classes or learning about it at swim lessons. Some people think of Bee Gee’s song “Stayin’ Alive”, but there’s a lot more to…

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