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  • 6.03 Calorimetry Lab

    Procedure: Part A: Extraction stage 1. Place a 125 mL separatory funnel in a ring stand equipped with a small ring. 2. Heat the hot plate. 3. Heat the water (20 mL of hot water is needed) to a boil by placing it on top of the hot plate. 2. To the 125 mL Erlenmeyer flask, added two Tylenol (500 mg/ tablet) 3. Dissolved the solid by gently swirling the Erlenmeyer flask. 4. Let the solution cool for a few minutes (approximately till room temperature). 5. Add the mixture to the separatory funnel.…

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  • Altitude/Mountain Sickness Case Study

    temperature is 38˚C or 100.4˚F or below then it is a low-grade fever and does not need to do anything much expect to let the person drink lots of water and rest. Unless the person feels uncomfortable then an over-the-counter medicine maybe given such as paracetamol, ibuprofen or acetaminophen. However always check if patient has allergies to the medicines. Aspirin must not be administered to anyone below 18. If the fever is 102˚F or 38.8˚C or higher then, have the patient take oral medicines.…

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  • Preoperative Pain Assessment

    major role in preoperative , intra-operative and postoperative pain assessment and management .Pharmacological management is a challenging process to relieve pain. The first choice of drug is a background pain relief, is regular paracetamol, which is safe in the young and in the elderly, is well tolerated, effective in nociceptive and neuropathic pain and available in several dose forms. Regular doses of between 4g daily (four times a day) is recommended for patients with normal…

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  • Wrist Joint Case Study

    The wrist or carpus is a highly mobile structure composed of many small bones and joints. In the anatomy of the human hand, a total of 13 bones form part of the wrist- eight carpal bones- scaphoid, lunate, triquetral, pisiform, trapezium, trapezoid, capitate and hamate; and five metacarpal bones which are joined along with two long bones of the forearm- the radius and the ulna (Platzer 2004). This complex system of articulations works in unison to provide a global range of motion for the wrist…

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  • Medical Scholarship Essay

    Paracetamol became a household name because whenever someone had a headache, ‘paracetamol was the cure’. Soon enough, volunteers started flooding into my town to help with good sanitation education and promoting the importance of education in my town as these were main issues they faced. But the…

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  • Residential Care-Home: A Case Study

    INTRODUCTION Pain is a universal experience; to which we all have different levels of tolerance. However; we can recognise its’ effect; and can alleviate these symptoms with appropriate treatment and accessing health care services. The symptoms of pain can only be defined by the individual, thus making assessment and treatment complicated (MCCaffery,1968). BACKGROUND James is an 87 year old gentleman with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s; living in a residential care-home (RCH). I was conducting a…

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  • Essay On Sweden Health Care System

    Every country in our world has a healthcare system. Some countries may be very similar while others may have a completely different process. Our chosen country, Sweden, follows a health care system that resembles most European countries. Sweden borders Finland and Norway and is a monarchy with a parliamentary form of government. The Swedish health care system has a commitment to provide any form of health protection to all citizens. This statement will prove later on that they have a…

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  • Kenneth Davis Case Study

    Thank you for referring Kenneth Davis, an 81-year-old gentleman who immigrated from Zimbabwe in 1979. Kenneth is a signal engineer and only completely retired from work last year. He is an ex-smoker of five pack years and consumes alcohol on average one to two standards drinks each evening. Kenneth was diagnosed with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation around 15 months and recall undergoing a stress test, echocardiogram and coronary angiogram under the care of Dr Chris Goods. I gather nothing…

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  • Toothache Research Paper

    Toothache is very common now days because most of us usually fail to maintain a good oral hygiene. Toothache sometimes becomes too severe for us and we run to see a dentist for fixing it. We must not ignore a toothache at anytime. Many causes of such an ache are cracked tooth, exposed tooth root, jaw malfunctioning, spasms of muscles surrounding our oral cavity or a simple cracked tooth due to any trauma. A toothache may be mild in the beginning and becomes severe if we keep on ignoring it for…

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  • Biomedical Cause Of Malaria

    a sweet or fatty diet. Furthermore, the preferred treatment was traditional folk methods and then modern treatments were about half as likely to be used. Biomedical treatments of modern medicine are “analgesics and antipyretics like aspirin and paracetamol along with antimalarials such as chloroquine and amodiaquine” (Esse et al, 2016). Traditional treatments include herbal teas of leaves and bark and other plant based treatments. Also traditional healers believed that the avoidance of certain…

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