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  • 6 Year Old Child Case Summary

    City brings her 6-year-old child to see her primary care physician, complaining that her child has seemed “off” for the past month. The child has been extremely fatigued and taking multiple naps during the day that do not seem to refresh her. She is normally a good sleeper at night and recently has begun to have trouble with multiple awakenings. The child has also complained multiple times of frequent headaches throughout the week. She has also been seen to exhibit some confusion while playing…

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  • Lab Report: Microscope Bunsen Burner Beaker Test

    In this lab report a number of tests and results will be discussed. Unknown labs are performed for many reasons ranging from figuring out the causative agent in a diseased patient, to knowing the correct microorganism to use when making certain foods and antibiotics. Unknown labs are a key to testing the knowledge a student has gained throughout the course. Materials: Microscope Bunsen Burner Beaker Test Tube Holder Test Tube Clothes pin Striker Loops and Needles Distilled Water Crystal…

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  • Objectives Of Dingle Oceanworld

    Objectives of Dingle oceanworld: Dingle oceanworld is a center of research and conservation. The facility was opened in 1996. The mission statement of Dingle oceanworld is ‘To develop Dingle Oceanworld as a National and International Centre of Excellence in the care, conservation and presentation of all forms of marine life for clean seas. We will conduct research which enhances the quality of marine life and educate our visitors to the best of our ability.’(Dingle Oceanworld, n.d.) Why…

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  • Milk Lab Report

    The aims of this experiment were to investigate the effect of milk solid content and the varying temperatures of heat pretreatment on yoghurt quality to determine the difference in pH and titratable acidity of fermented milk. In order to carry out this experiment and gain accurate results three variations were tested: yoghurt produced with whole milk pasteurised at 72 °C for 15 seconds, 85 °C for 15 minutes and then whole milk with added 5 % milk solids also heated at 85 °C for 15 minutes, after…

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  • Mri Advantages

    Advantages of MRI: By choosing the appropriate pulse sequence and pulse sequence parameters, MRI has the ability of producing images by different contrast mechanisms giving it tremendous flexibility. Disadvantages of MRI: INFLAMMATORY PROCESS OF THE LUMBAR SPINE Spondylodiscitis: Introduction: Spondylodiscitis is a rare primary infection of the intervertebral disc with secondary infections of the vertebrae. It can lead to osteomyelitis of the spinal column. Predisposing factors include age,…

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  • Main Cause Of Emphysema

    The respiratory system is accountable for taking in oxygen and expelling carbon dioxide which is found in the body. Diseases and conditions of the respiratory system are divided into two categories: viruses or bacteria and chronic (Zimmermann, 2014). Emphysema is a type of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Emphysema progressively damages the air sacs known as the alveoli, which causes shortness of breath. The alveoli in a healthy individual are clustered together. With emphysema,…

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  • The Difference Between Antibiotic Creams And Ointments

    pneumoniae, Salmonellae, shigallae, Haemophilus influenza, Pasteuerella, Neisseria meningitides, Vibro cholera, Bordetella pertussis, Bacillus anthracis, Corynebacterium diptheriae, Streptococcus faecalis, Listeria monocytogenes, Escherichia coli Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Borrelia and Leptospira interrogans (L. icterohemorrhagicae). Despite having the combination of bacitracin with neomycin provide a broad-spectrum effect, they do not cover Nocardia, Pseudomonas, fungi and viruses. Overall,…

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  • Pathogenic Bacteria

    Humans and bacteria have a unique relationship, which has both positive and negative outcomes on human beings. In fact, the human body’s surfaces are inhabited by numerous bacteria, known as normal flora (Hornef et al., 2002). These normal flora may act as commensals or be mutualistic, which means that they are either harmless or beneficial microorganisms (Cogen et al., 2008). However, serious invasive diseases, such as meningitis and septicemia are caused by several pathogenic bacteria (Hornef…

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  • Synthesis Of 6-Deoxycellulose Derivatives Lab Report

    develop a highly cost-effective colorimetric assay for pathogenic DNA detection, D. Saikrishnan et al. were able to immobilize sulfhydryl-modified oligonucleotide probes complementary to a segment of pathogenic bacterial DNA sequence IS6110 from Mycobacterium tuberculosis on the surface of tosyl…

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  • Research Paper On Anton Chekhov

    Anton Chekhov was a talented Russian playwright and shorty story author. He was born on January 29, 1860 in Taganrog, Russia. Chekhov led a life filled with plights and hardships, and he struggled to make ends meet as his father lived on a day to day paycheck while drowning in his debt. Chekhov’s mother and younger siblings followed Chekhov’s father while he fled to Moscow in order to escape his creditors; however, Chekhov remained in Taganrog to complete his high school graduation and soon,…

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