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  • Road Traffic Accidents Case Study

    wheelers involving mainly pedestrians were the most common cause for fatal head injury seen in 66 cases, 66%. Multiple abrasions were the most commonly seen external injury, seen in 68 cases, 68%. Skull bone fracture was seen in 40 cases, 40%. Temporal and parietal bones were common site of fracture seen in 41 cases, 41%.The mean survival period was 73.42 hours, range being 6 hours to 600 hours. Key Words: Road Traffic Accident, Head Injury, Four Wheelers, Two Wheelers, Pedestrians…

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  • Situs Inversus Case Study Essay

    BLUNT TRAUMA ABDOMEN IN A CASE OF SITUS INVERSUS TOTALIS: A CASE REPORT Abstract Situs inversus totalis is a rare congenital anomaly in which position of the heart and all abdominal viscera is reversed. Situs abnormalities usually go unnoticed but may be recognized by radiography or ultrasonography as an incidental finding or during evaluation for congenital heart diseases. It is a rare condition with incidence of 1 in every 8,000 to 25000 births. We present a case of blunt trauma abdomen in a…

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  • Vaginal Cone Case Study

    4 Customisation of vaginal cone and its quality control measures 4.1 Introduction Globally one third of the women suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction. Every women experience mild to severe form of pelvic floor dysfunction symptoms at some point of their life. It occurs due to weak pelvic floor muscles which acts a basin for the pelvis and support the pelvic organs. The weakness inevitably occurs during pregnancy, after child birth (normal vaginal delivery and caesarean section) and after…

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  • Lmbar Research Papers

    back pain treatment consists of lumbar strengthening exercises. Walking is a simple, but effective exercise for the lower back. For lower lumbar pain there are simple core stability exercises to strengthen the back muscle. Exercises like aerobics, pelvic tilt and leg/ arm raises should become incorporated into your routine activities. Prevention is the one of best options for treatment. Do not overstrain the lumber area with lifting heavy objects and use good posture to avoid aggravating the…

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  • Career Interview Assignment

    include further education for a specialty. Physical therapists can specialize in arthritis, back pain, balance, burns, carpal tunnel syndrome, developmental delays, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, dislocations, fractures, hand injuries, headaches, lymphedema, osteoporosis, pelvic pain, sports injuries, stroke, traumatic brain injury, cardiovascular, women’s health, geriatrics, neurology, orthopedics, and pediatrics. Physical therapists can also advance as the director of a facility, or…

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  • Hip Dislocation Case Study

    likely suffering from a posterior hip dislocation. A hip dislocation can damage the bones, ligaments, muscles, vessels, and nerves of the region. The hip joint is a ball and socket joint composed of the head of the femur bone and the acetabulum of the pelvic bone. A band of fibrocartilage deepens the acetabulum. A fibrous joint capsule surrounds the coxofemoral joint.…

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  • A Vacuum Extraction: A Case Study

    In the U.S., childbirth is the main reason for hospitalization and accounts for more than $16 billion in hospital costs every year. Of the more than 4 million U.S. births a year, approximately 140,000 involve the use of assistive vaginal delivery techniques. Although tools to assist in delivery have been utilized for decades, birth injuries related to the use of these devices are still possible. For example, the vacuum-extraction tool is beneficial during a difficult delivery; however, its use…

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  • Informative Essay On Menopause

    Menopause is a normal process in which your reproductive ability comes to an end. This process happens gradually over a span of months to years, usually between the ages of 48 to 55 years old. Menopause is complete when you have missed 12 consecutive menstrual periods. It is important to talk with your health care provider about some of the most common conditions that affect postmenopausal women, such as heart disease, diabetes, and bone loss (osteoporosis). Adopting a healthy lifestyle and…

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  • Hip Arthroplasty Case Study

    the local hospital. Early 2017 she was brought to our hospital outpatient department complaining of bilateral hip pain for one year, on her further investigation we performed lumbar radiography, pelvic radiography, bilateral hip axial radiography that shows: 1. Bilateral Hip Replacement Variations; 2. Pelvic and Bilateral Hip Degeneration; 3. Lumbar Spine Compression; L4-5 Vertebral Body Instability with Intervertebral Space Narrowing; 4. Osteoporosis(Figure 1), for the advance treatment, she…

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  • Against Women In Military

    Imagine a female overseas with her unit, not only fighting the enemy, but also facing the extreme and harsh climates. The idea of women in the military brings forth many questions about their different roles. Do women have the physical abilities to close with and destroy the enemies they would go against in combat? Do they have the stamina to face the fatigue of the environment and long hours? The mission of the infantry relies on the infantryman exclusively to accomplish this mission, face to…

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