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  • Reaction About Accident

    We all react differently to the things that happens in our lifetime. While the certain events that take place do not define us as people, the way we react to those events do. Like for example, reacting to accidents. Accidents are a great example for this because they are almost completely at random. No one can ever predict or prevent from making accidents, it’s just human nature. While saying that, there are always 2 ways to react to an accident that has just happened. There is always a positive…

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  • Marc Duyck's Life

    Among so many life changing events, there are plenty of ways to help anyone who needs further care. Physical therapy is a known way to get people back up and motivated. It has a wide range of effects in different life changing events. Not only does physical therapy help people who have been in accidents, it also and gives families and friends hope again. Marc Duyck, a middle aged retired educator, had his life changed unexpectedly during his typical every morning bicycle ride…

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  • The Evolution Of Intelligence And The Future Of Artificial Intelligence

    The past technologies have taught society, nothing stays the same. Gone are the days of simplicity, with no electronics, emails, instant messaging and GPS. The past fifty years have brought about changes people never thought would have been possible. The technologies seen today were once cartoon ideas children watched on Saturday mornings. Fast forward to the 21st century and times have changed beyond any person’s imagination possible (O’Brien & Marakas,n.d.). The Future of AI Artificial…

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  • Causes Of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

    Introduction Diabetic foot ulcers are rated as one of the principal causes of diabetes mellitus hospitalization in the US and worldwide. Diabetic foot disease causes complications which account for huge medical expenses. For instance, in the UK, it is reported that NHS spends five million pounds annually on diabetes foot ulcers. Studies show that 100 patients lose their lower limb of their foot as a result of diabetic foot disorders (Nicholas, 2013). Diabetic foot ulcers result into amputations.…

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  • Case Study 1.2: Health Care Decision Making

    Case Study 1.2: Health Care Decision Making Question # 1. Beneficence and Nonmaleficence Codes of ethics have been an age-old component in the professional regulation of the conduct of healthcare providers, and specify an obligation to act with integrity in extreme circumstances. ' When patients seek medical care they are not entering an ordinary social relationship; they often feel vulnerable but need to expose and share intimate and important aspects of their lives. Ethical codes of conduct…

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  • Robotic-Assisted Surgery Research Paper

    Surgery can be a terrifying idea to people. The thought of putting your life in the hands of somebody else can make anybody nervous. But what about putting your life in the mechanical hands of a robot? Robotic-assisted surgery is becoming more commonplace in medical treatment. As with any new technology, there are a lot of questions about the safety and usefulness of these robots, and how they compare to traditional surgical methods. The usage of robots in surgery has decreased the risk,…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: My First Surgery In My Life

    I had my first surgery ever during the summer of 2015. I was sitting at home in my cozy living room and a sense of pain would come across my throat as well as my ears feeling full with water. I asked my mom to look in my throat because every time I swallowed, it felt like a piece of sand paper was scrapping my throat. I remember her saying we should go to the doctor bright and early in the morning because there were white, clammy spots deep in the back of my throat that should not be there.…

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  • The Importance Of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery

    Enhanced recovery after surgery is an evidence based, multimodal pathway that is designed to decrease the stress on the patient through out their surgical journey. It focuses on improving the outcome of the patient after surgery, by taking additional steps to manage the patient before, during and after surgery. The longer a patient stays in the hospital post op, there is an increase risk to become susceptible to infections in this regard, the protocol serves as a guideline used to reduce the…

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  • Death Rituals During The Elizabethan Era

    Death and burial rituals in England during the Elizabethan era were a recognized topic of importance. With the plague spreading, death was rampant resulting in the customs being unsanitary and unsympathetic. However, considering all the medical advances made throughout the years, ceremonies adapted to be a more respectable process. Modern standards of death and burial differ from those in the Elizabethan period, but they were rightfully adjusted for their current circumstances. The bubonic…

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  • Hong Kong Beauty Care Injury Case Study

    Introduction Many accidents which are about beauty care injury are happened in Hong Kong in this ten years. In the serious case, people died after doing treatment in beauty care center. That most well- known beauty care injury case are DR Group Case. In this report, Hong Kong government role are used to look at this case. Some government problems are found from the background of the case and regulation on beauty industry are recommended to government base on literature review. Background of…

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