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  • The Mumps Research Paper

    (Mumps: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment by Mike Paddock). When the salivary glands get swelled up the person infected develop a “ hamster- like” face, in some cases the mumps can cause inflammation not only in the glands but in the pancreas or the meninges which can lead to serious damage and even death. (Mumps: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment by Mike Paddock). Having the mumps in the 1960’s was a big fear to many citizens as it was very contagious and painful as there was no cure for it…

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  • Microbiology Case Study: Toxic Shock Syndrome

    Microbiology Case Study: Toxic Shock Syndrome I. Background AH, a 12-year-old Caucasian female, escorted by her 32-year-old mother to the local hospital’s emergency department early one morning. AH’s mother noted that within the past 3 hours AH has shown a variety of symptoms. These symptoms include: fever of 102ᵒ Fahrenheit, chills, aggressive vomiting, diarrhea, and an intense red rash of the palms and soles of her feet. AH also added that she has a sore throat, headache, muscle aches, and…

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  • The Cochanisms Of Neural Communication

    When investigating the mechanisms of neural communication and the impact various drugs can have on this its important to take into consideration what these actually mean and whereabouts in the body are the main components. The word neural communication consists of how neurons communicate with each other through their physiological process, and drugs consist of chemicals, substances or medicines that have a physiological and/or psychological effect on the brain and body. Within this essay I will…

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  • Human Organs Research Paper

    In my opinion, the human body is one of the most complex mechanisms known to mankind – even more complex than the latest iPhone X. The human body comprises of many different systems: the digestive system, the endocrine system, the exocrine system, the muscular system, the urinary system, the reproductive system, the respiratory system, the circulatory system, the sympathetic system, the skeletal system. The human body consists of about 300 bones at birth and this number decreases to 206 by…

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  • The Benefits Of Fetal Surgery

    No matter how small a human is, every being deserves chance to be treated. Fetal surgery has been introduced and developed rapidly over the past decades. It has become an important way to save and provide a good quality of life for the unborn children. Over the years several approaches have been developed for conducting fetal surgery, depending on patient’s condition and the best ways to repair the abnormality in the uterus. As other medical interventions, fetal surgery has its risks and…

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  • Grade 1 Concussion Research Paper

    such as boxing, soccer, snowboarding, hockey etc. these are some examples of how you can get a concussion. These activities have the potential risk of causing the brain to bounce or move back and forth from its natural position. Yes, your skull, meninges, and cerebrospinal fluid help protect your brain, but in some circumstances the impact may be too powerful and causes your brain to “bump” into the skull, causing cell damages and concussion results. Although some people may pass out when they…

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  • Ethical Frameworks In Nursing

    It is also called meninges, which cover the brain and spinal cord. The first symptoms of Meningitis are fever, headache, vomiting, and feeling unwell. Meningitis is contagious among people in close contact and the bacterial meningitis can be deadly as well. Viral meningitis…

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  • Proibacterium Acne Research Paper

    PROPIONIBACTERIUM ACNES Written by Ebru Erdogan Alper Buberci Helin Alagoz Abstract The purpose of this paper is to explain propionibacterium acne’s structural properties, to make its microbiological analysis, to mention where it can be found, especially on human body, its photosensitivity and to describe the diseases and some infections it can lead to under specific conditions. Introduction Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes) is a bacteria that grows deep inside of pores, which is…

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  • Myelin Case Study

    Part Two: Diagnosis and Treatment 7. What is myelin and how does it affect the transmission of nerve impulses? Identify the cells responsible for the formation of myelin. Covering some axons is a multilayered lipid and protein called myelin sheath, this helps to insulate the axon and speed up nerve impulses. (Tortora pg. 407) An axon that is surrounded by myelin sheath, whether in the central nervous system (CNS) or the peripheral nervous system (PNS), is said to be “myelinated”, while the bare…

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  • Unit 1 Unit1 Case Study

    In Unit 1 we are introduced to Sue and her colleagues who are currently enrolled at the University of North Florida. Various diseases are spreading around the campus. The purpose of Unit 1 in Medical Interventions is to diagnose the students and figure out what type of infection agents are spreading around the college campus. Patient Symptom’s and Risk Factors Chart Patient Name Symptoms Risk Factors Sue -Constant headache -Extreme lethargy - Temperature of 100.6 F - Drinks coffee and…

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