Ischaemic heart disease

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  • Alzheimer's Disease Case Study

    diabetes, hypertension, myocardial infarction, stents ’06. Ischemic heart disease: Ischemic heart disease is the leading cause of death for people over the age of 65 years old and is one of the most common forms of heart disease. It is a disease caused by narrowed heart arteries. When the heart is narrowed it results in less blood and oxygen that can reach the heart muscle, which can lead to heart attack. Based on your medial and family history, physical exam, and test results from procedures can determine whether you have ischemic heart disease. The heart undergoes many physiological changes that make the elderly more prone to certain types of cardiovascular…

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  • Mortality In Thailand

    Heart disease hospitalization increased from 56.5 per 100,000 people in 1985 to 109.4 per 100,000 people in 1994 to 618.5 per 100,000 people in 2003. This trend is similar to those of cancer and diabetic patients. Cancer rates have increased from 34.7 per 100,000 people in 1994 to 124.4 per 100,000 people in 2006 (World Bank, 2014).The DALY for communicable, maternal, and perinatal conditions is HIV/AIDS, non-communicable is Ischemic heart disease, and injury is road injuries. Cancer incidence,…

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  • Character Analysis Of Mrs. Mallard In The Story Of An Hour

    The second sentence demonstrates a contrast of emotions because she now believes that life has meaning as she feels independent and essentially “free” from her husband. It is important to see her this way because it demonstrates the unexpectedness of her initial reaction. Through the quotation it is evident that Mrs. Mallard believes that one should cherish a life in solitude as it brings newfound freedom and opportunities. As well, the beginning and the end of the story mention that Mrs.…

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  • Story Of An Hour Character Analysis

    The Story of an Hour is a short story by author Kate Chopin, that was published in 1984. The story was originally published in Vogue, on December 6th, titled "The Dream of an Hour”. Louise Mallard, the main character, has heart problems. Therefore, at the beginning of the text we are told that she must be informed of her husband’s death in a careful manner. Her sister Josephine delivers the news. The reader is also told that Louise’s husband’s friend, named Richards, had learned about his…

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  • Language In Kate Chopin's The Story Of An Hour

    It is true that at both the beginning and end of the short story, Louise Mallard has the heart illness, however, it is unclear whether or not the illness persists throughout the story. It seems that once she believes that she is widowed, her illness dissipates. For instance, after Josephine is checking up on Louise, Louise states that she is “not making [herself] ill” (Chopin 2). The purpose of this quote is to imply that Louise’s feels her condition is improved because of the loss of her…

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  • An Analysis Of The Last Resort In Kate Chopin's The Awakening

    The Last Resort The Awakening by Kate Chopin was at one time considered to be scandalous by many critics in 1899. Chopin uses the character Edna Pontellier to express ideas, that, at that time, were completely oblivious to American society. Edna, an archetypal woman in society, being that she was married with two children, vacationed at a place named Grand Isle during which she began her awakening period with a man named Robert. Over the course of the book, Edna continued to meet influential…

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  • The Yellow Wallpaper And Story Of An Hour Analysis

    The main characters in “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Stetson and “The Story of an hour” by Kate Chopin are both 19th century women that are unhappy with their husbands and lives. In “The Yellow Wallpaper” a woman is trapped in her bedroom by her cruel husband, and eventually goes crazy due to this and begins to see a woman in the wallpaper. The woman in “Story of an hour” felt trapped by the mundanity of life, and felt free when she discovered her husband had died, but when he…

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  • Feminism In The Story Of An Hour

    Mallard experience two shocks in one hour, from knowing her husband’s sudden death in a train accident, to her husband’s return home unexpectedly, to make her die suddenly of a heart attack in astonishment. Through a simple storyline, The story of an hour is rich in symbolisms an contain serious subject. This story has meaningful exquisite language, perspective transformation naturally and is innovative, meaningful with a distinctive theme. At the same time, Kate Chopin was good at…

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  • Oppression In Kate Chopin's The Story Of An Hour

    household. The language used throughout the story contributes to the imagery of freedom and life, and shows the reader that marriage is a form of oppression in this time period. Immediately, the reader is presented with the information that “Mrs. Mallard was afflicted with a heart trouble” (288). The symbol of the heart is very obvious within this context. “Heart” has two connotations: physical and emotional. In terms of the plot of the story, Mrs. Mallard’s heart disease is important, almost…

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  • My Year Of No Shopping Analysis

    In “My Year of No Shopping,” American author Ann Patchett (2017) assesses how one can sacrifice his/her desires in order to save money, time, and other valuable moments of life. The author here reveals how one can live without a year of no shopping. In order to support her idea, she describes two friends where one is convincing the other on how she is living without shopping. Inspired by her friend, the author also pledges for a year of no shopping. As time went on, she realizes how well…

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