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  • Diabetic Cardiomyopathy Research Paper

    Abstract The aim of the present study was to investigate the effects of Cichorium intybus on lipid peroxidation activities of both enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidants, inflammatory mediators, myocardial enzymes and histopathology of cardiac tissues in experimental diabetic cardiomyopathy (DCM). Diabetic cardiomyopathy was induced by single intraperitoneal injection of STZ (40mg/kg) combined with high energy intake in rats. Seed extract of Cichorium intybus (CIE) (250mg/kg & 500mg/kg) was…

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  • The Importance Of Epidemiology In Public Health

    Evaluate the effectiveness of health programs and services 10.2 Current research activities related to the concept/implementation of activities related to the concept Noroviruses are a major cause of infectious gastroenteritis worldwide, and the viruses can establish persistent infection in immune-compromised individuals. From 2010 to 2013 a retrospective review among immune-compromised patients enrolled in research studies at National Institutes of Health Clinical…

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  • Effect Of Social Media On Mental Health

    Social Media: How does it affect Our Mental Health? While social media is one of the things that has been enabled by the new technology of this era, it has given us a means of communication to others around the world and a huge influence on our generation, but there are pros and cons of when it comes to our mental health. Social media is something that everyone in this generation is attached to. We, as in my generation, feel the need to either if its recording and keeping…

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  • Short Summary: The Solution To Sewage

    The Solution to Sewage: Sewage Management. Immediately she felt weak, everything went dark and she fell. Victoria Brown is but, a young girl that lives by the river bank in Ikeja, Lagos. She lives there with her mother, alongside with other people who cannot afford a furnished home. She was rushed to the nearby hospital after she lost consciousness. The doctor carried out a few tests on her. She kept on throwing up and she could not eat. Her mother was worried about her only child. The doctor…

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  • Staphynthesis Of S. Aureus (MRSA)

    Staphylococcus aureus is a gram-positive bacteria which is an aerobic organism. S. aureus can cause many different infections. Antibiotic resistance is common for S. aureus. It forms golden grapelike clusters that you can see under a microscope. “20-40% of people carry it in their noses and skin.”(6) Most of the time, S.aureus is transported from the nasal passages to the skin. “Coagulase-positive S. aureus is one of the most dangerous pathogen because it develops antibiotic resistance.”(1) S…

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  • What Is A Negligence Case

    Donoghue and Stevenson was the case that changed everything. Before this case, a contract could not impose limited liability on a stranger. This meant that a third party who suffered loss and damage as a result of a breach of warranty in a contract between two other parties could not sue. For there to be negligence there must be: a duty of care between the parties, a breach of that duty of care, damage which was reasonably foreseeable and a casual link between the breach and the damage. Then…

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  • Nursing Observation

    Nursing Observation Day in Endoscopy Shilo Swayze Ivy Tech Community College Columbus Campus Polyps: Polyps are a mass of tissue that arises from the bowel wall and protrude into the lumen. They may develop anywhere in the bowel, but are most common in the sigmoid and colon regions. Polyps are mostly benign, but have the potential to become cancerous. They develop as pedunculated…

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  • C Perfringens Case Studies

    Potter (2001) mentioned that C. perfringens spores may contaminate meat and meat products either before processing and survive cooking or after processing due to unhygienic handling of prepared food. Adak et al. (2002) reported that deaths due to C. perfringens (type A) food poisoning are rare but may occur in the elderly and debilitated. It is estimated to kill seven people in the USA, and between 50 and 100 people in UK yearly. Asha and Wilcox (2002) reported that the first C. perfringens…

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  • Differentiated Essential Competencies

    Baccalaureate Nursing: Learned Competencies Completing advanced education programs requires the nurse to perform at a different level of competency than the prior level of education. Discussion of the second scope of the Differentiated Essential Competencies (DECs), provider of patient-centered care, will cover the general differences between the Associate Degree (ADN) and the Baccalaureate Degree (BSN) (Texas Board of Nursing, 2011). Secondly, seven student learning outcomes will be addressed…

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  • Hospital Readmission Rates: A Case Study

    Exploring 30-day children?s readmission rate in a general hospital. K van Driel1*, GS de Wolf2, R. van Schaik3 1 Division woman and child, Diakonessenhuis Utrecht, the Netherlands 2Department of clinical methods and Public Health, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands 3Division woman and child, Diakonessenhuis Utrecht, the Netherlands * Corresponding author: K van Driel, Division Woman and Child Diakonessenhuis…

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