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    Spina Bifida Research Paper

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    Spina Bifida Through the Eyes of Sarah Allison Cover Misericordia University Introduction There are many reasons why I chose to write about spina bifida for this paper. One reason being that November is spina bifida awareness month so I thought it was fitting. Also, I have first-hand experience with children that are living with spina bifida. I am a two-year camp counselor at an amazing camp called Camp Spifida. At this camp, I had the opportunity to meet and work with a little girl named Sarah. This is Sarah’s story and how she is living with spina bifida. About Sarah Sarah is a ten-year-old girl that was diagnosed with spina bifida myelomeningocele at birth. From her mother’s perspective, hearing this news in the hospital came as a complete shock. “Sarah was our first-born child and we were so excited for her to experience the world with us. When we found out she had a form of spina bifida, let alone the most severe form, we were crushed. We realized this was going to be hard for everyone at first, but my husband and I knew that nothing was going to stop our little girl from living the best life”. Fortunately for Sarah, she has a loving family that cares and supports her through anything. She lives with her father, mother, and her seven-year-old sister, Maggie, in the beautiful state of Connecticut. As Sarah’s mother stated, this journey through life was not going to be easy. From dealing with the long hours spent in the hospital to the agonizing pain, Sarah has a lot…

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    to the job at hand. I rush to the ER to see my patient has broken bones, a punctured lung, and a laceration along his calf. There’s so much blood everywhere, coming from every open wound on his body. His muscles torn apart and his heart pounding, trying to stay alive. Now was my chance everything I learned about anatomy could help me in this moment. No more time to be wasted I go into the room with anatomy deep in my veins. The knowledge of anatomy helps in the saving of lives, but we didn’t…

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    ON PUFFINS AND THEIR OPTIMIZATION FOR DUAL LOCOMOTION BY B. SIDELL ABSTRACT -- Puffins, one of the few wing-propelled diving birds, are specialized into a specific niche. By balancing the optimization of their bodies for locomotion between the two media of air and sea water created a unique anatomy for a bird. The evolution of Auks, which includes the puffin, shows a mixture of characteristics similar to those of the ultimate diving bird, the penguin, and the large-winged flyers, such as the…

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    Andreas Vesalius discovered modern day human anatomy that we use today to help us with surgeries, medical school, etc.. Vesalius discoveries have shaped our medical school to be the way it is today. His scientific reasoning has had an immense impact on the way we do things today. In this paper I will be discussing Andreas’ background/personal information, his college adventures, his inspirations, what was known before his discoveries, and other scientists alive at his time. Andreas Vesalius…

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    December 31st, 1514 in the city of Brussels in Habsburg Netherlands which is now Belgium. Andreas was born into a family of physicians and pharmacists, so education was important to him and it inspired him to make his future work on the human body. In which during 1529 - 1533 he attended the University of Leuven and from 1533 to 1536 he went to the University of Paris to study on medical related things; and that's where the revolutionary discovery started . After completion in 1537 of his…

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    medicine as a career in my life. One unique thing about medical profession is, we can help to ease the person’s physical sufferings and can bring back smile on his/her face, and I feel it is very rewarding for us. Anatomy was my beloved subject in Medical school, and I always excelled in it. I enjoy the relationship of various structures to each other and cross-sectional anatomy. In the Medical school, my continued diligence granted me with distinction and first rank in the University in…

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    Becoming A Neurosurgeon

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    It takes many years of school and hard work to become a neurosurgeon. Minimum requirements to get a job as a neurosurgeon include four years of undergraduate school, four years of medical school, and three to eight years of internships and residency (okcareerguide). Even after all of the schooling, it is still difficult to become a neurosurgeon. A minimum entry for medical school is three years of college and most people entering already have at least a bachelor’s degree and many have more…

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    Radiologists are highly educated professionals. The road to a career as a radiologist typically begins with earning a bachelor's degree. Medical school prerequisite courses include biology, chemistry and physics. A number of undergraduate students opt to work or volunteer in medical settings to gain experience. The road continues with four years of medical school to become a physician. Medical school consists of two years of classroom education in the sciences, such as anatomy, pathology,…

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    Licensed Practical Nurse

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    What does the world knows about the medical field? There’s so much to learn and it’s constantly changing. Here going to talk about one section of the medical field: LPN. Which stands for Licensed Practical Nurse. Going to go over how to pay when in college, how to become an LPN, the salary and the outlook, and finally what is done on the job. There are a few different ways to pay for school. The first way one can pay, is using cold hard cash. Cash doesn't have any interest on it and no…

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    There are many to choose from but I also must have the right prerequisites to get accepted into these programs. Some classes that are needed are like chemistry, biology, anatomy, physiology, microbiology and many more. In addition to classes I need experience working with patients, many schools require a minimum of 1000 hours of direct patient care. Another prerequisite is shadowing a Physician’s Assistant, this allows the schools to see that you are very interested in becoming a PA and already…

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