Meninges

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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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  • Migraine Headache Research Paper

    As we get older people become responsible, as adults we are responsible for several things. Through time we probably have many responsibilities that we stress over and we might develop major health issues. Two of the most common chronic headaches in the world are tension and migraine headaches. These headaches are mostly common in adults could start at any age but it 's mostly common in the ages of 20’s-40’s. In the US 12% percent of Americans suffer from headaches like tension and migraine…

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  • Meningitis Case Study

    Meningitis: Meningitis is the inflammation of the meninges; the membranes that surround the brain. This disease can be caused bacteria, viruses, drug reactions, head injury, cancer or tuberculosis. Symptoms include fever, headache, irritability, nausea, vomiting and/or change in mental health status.…

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  • Tuberculosis Research Paper

    TUBERCULOSIS Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by the bacillus Mycobacterium tuberculosis and spreads through the air by a person who is suffering from TB. It can also spread by contact or sharing of fluids. If an infected person coughs on his or her hands and wiped them on someone else, or spit from their mouth flies into someone else 's mouth, there is a very high chance of infection. There is a treatment for the virus, however, but before a person gets a treatment they must…

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  • Cell Phone Usage In America

    CELL PNONE USAGE IN AMERICA Introduction Cell phones are hand-held phones that also known as wireless phones or mobile phones. Cellular phones are part of modern telecommunication and in many countries, cell phone markets have grown allowing access over half of the population of each country to use cell phones. In 2014, 6.9 billion individuals had a cell subscription globally (World Health Organization, 2014). Cell phones allow people to communicate with other people making it reliable to reach…

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  • Stem Cell Research Topics

    Stem cell research has been a topic of interest since 1956. In that year, the first bone marrow transplant was performed by Dr. E Donnall Thomas in the state of New York. The patient had received radiotherapy and then received a bone marrow transplant from an identical twin that then cured the patient’s leukemia. Four years later, Researchers had made extreme advancements in the discovery of bone marrow and its contents. They found there is at least two kinds of stem cells that are present in…

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  • Central Nervous System: A Case Study

    Overview
 CSF definition It is a well-known fact that the brain lies within the skull and the spinal cord lies within the vertebral column. Between the soft neutral tissues and the bones that house them are three types of membranous coverings called meninges. Some of the space between these coverings is called subarachnoid space and filled with clear and colorless fluid (cerebrospinal fluid “CSF”). CSF circulates inside the central nervous system through the ventricular part of this system and…

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  • Meningitis Case Studies

    One of the leading causes of bacterial meningitis is Neisseria meningitidis, which can be acquired globally. N. meningitidis is normal flora in the human nasopharynx, but if an individual becomes susceptible, it can lead to bacterial meningitis. Incidence of N. meningitidis is strongly influenced by age. Infants have the highest risk for meningococcal disease. Low serum bactericidal antibody levels play a large role in those that are at risk for infection. Those with compromised immune…

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  • Childbirth Is Conventionally Divided Into Three Stages?

    In virtually every language, the term for Abirthmark@ can be translated as some variant of the terms Aenvy,@ Awish,@ Alonging,@ or “mother’s mark.” Does this suggest anything to you about what people in the past thought might be the causes of birthmarks? something the mother did caused the birth mark? D. Birth Process 14. Childbirth is conventionally divided into three stages. What are they?  mother experiences regular uterine contractions that are usually spaced to 10 to 15 minute…

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