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    Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a condition when the organs are included into the urinary system, i.e. kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra, suffered an infection. Urinary tract infections can happen to anyone. However, because the body women have a shorter urethra tract, then women are more vulnerable to experiencing urinary tract infections. How to cure a UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)? Drink plenty of water to flush out the bacteria. Berry or cranberry juice may also help prevent urinary…

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    urinary system consists of two kidneys, two ureters, a bladder and a urethra. The kidneys are bean shaped structures that filter blood and collect waste to form urine. The ureter which are like two tubes carry the formed urine to the bladder which hold the urine until it has been expelled through the urethra. A urinary tract infection is an infection which can happen anywhere along the tract. Most infections usually occur along the lower tract however it can spread to kidneys which can be quite…

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    Urosepsis Urosepsis is an infection that has spread to the blood (sepsis) from the urinary tract. The urinary tract includes the kidneys, the tubes that connect the kidneys to the bladder (ureters), the bladder, and the tube that passes urine out of the body (urethra). These organs make, store, and pass urine from the body. Urosepsis is a severe illness that can be life-threatening if it is not treated immediately. CAUSES The cause of this condition is a bacterial infection that starts in…

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    performing the first ever kidney transplant, and he died at the age of 93. Since then education and technology has advanced and now organ transplants can be done more safely and efficiently. Over the course of the last century, organ transplants has overcome many technical limitations to become what it is today. Jaboulay was the first to try this in 1906, he tried to treat two patients that had developed renal failure he transplanted a goat kidney into one and a pig kidney into the other. Both…

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    rib cage, one on each side of our spine known as kidneys. Every single day kidneys filter about 120 to 150 quarts of blood and produces around 1 to 2 quarts of urine. These fist sized organs are very important because they help to prevent the buildup of wastes, regulate blood pressure, help our bones to stay strong, makes red blood cells, and keeps electrolytes balanced. We need our kidneys to remove waste and toxins from our bodies. When your kidneys suddenly stop filtering out waste products…

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    Those sorts of claims. Also, they go on further to say that you better be careful because the unabsorbed calcium is a cause of kidney stones. So you better get our super absorbed calcium otherwise you might risk getting kidney stones, and then other marketers confuse intestinal absorption with what happens in your stomach. Dissolution happens in your stomach, it dissolves the calcium and all calciums dissolve very, very well in stomach acid, ninety-five to one-hundred percent absorption is…

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    affects the body organs involved in urine excretion. These include the urethra, the bladder, urethras, and the kidneys. UTI can affect any part of the urinary tract and generally, the higher up the infection, the more acute it is. The kidneys and the urethras make up the upper urinary while the bladder and the urethra makes up the lower urinary tract (Spoorenberg, et al., 2015). A UTI in the kidneys is the most severe and goes by the name pyelonephritis while urethritis is an infection in the…

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    Urine testing can be a useful way to reflect on an individual’s overall health status. Examining the waste products found in urine by using chemical reagent dipsticks can reveal information about the health of a patient (Mulryan, 2011, p. 234). Properly analyzing the chemical reagent dipstick can help aid in the diagnosis of an individual. According to Mulryan (2011), specific tests are found on the reagent dipstick, including, blood, bilirubin, urobilinogen, protein, nitrite, leukocytes,…

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    The main concern of traditional treatment approaches are the the post operative complications associated with the use of bowel tissue such as, Urinary Tract Infections (UTI), Bowel Obstruction, Renal Insufficiency, Bladder and Kidney Stones, the possibility of developing cancer and more. For Tengion, both products offer an alternative method to using bowel tissue, thus both offer a reduced risk of developing such complictions to the patient. Nonetheless, there are still dramatic differences…

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    Black Onyx Research Paper

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    the category of quartz stones, and has a hardness of between 6 and 7 on the Mohs scale. Most of the black onyx seen in jewelry doesn't have the white stripe, so some people are not even aware that black onyx has another color to it unless it's been used for a cameo. Jewelry Choices and History of Black Onyx Throughout…

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