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  • Examples Of Obstacles In My Life

    There were some obstacles that happened in my life that I was not ready for. When I was 21 years old, I use to think I was invincible. When I found out that I really was not, it affected me in my life. Growing up, I always played soccer and I always enjoyed doing exercises. I was addicted to do any kind of sports. I am a person that I like to eat healthy foods and do exercises. I never thought I would get sick of appendicitis. The scariest moment of my life occurred when I needed to go emergency surgery for appendicitis and peritonitis. The day started out like any other day, it was a Saturday and it was a sunny day. I lived with my girlfriend at home and we decided to go to the movies. We ordered a big popcorn and a soda during the movie and I ate most of the popcorn. When we were…

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  • Ischemic Colitis Research Paper

    The condition I have written about is ischemic colitis. Ischemic colitis (IC) is inflammation of the large intestine (colon). Ischemic colitis occurs when there is reduction of blood flow to part of the large intestine (colon), because the blood vessels (arteries) have narrowed or blocked, which then decreases the amount of oxygen to the cells in the digestive system. IC is also known as mesenteric artery ischemia, mesenteric vascular disease, or colonic ischemia. The most dangerous…

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  • Enlarged Spleen Essay

    is responsible for storing and filtering blood, removing old cells and foreign bodies from the bloodstream and helping the immune system function properly, the cat may experience a variety of symptoms that warrant investigation in order to treat the primary cause of the enlargement. Lack of appetite Weight loss Enlarged lymph nodes Swollen abdomen Diarrhea Vomiting Abdominal pain/sensitivity LethaHearrgy Weakness Fainting Causes of Enlarged Spleen in Cats There are a variety of causes of…

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  • Respiratory Therapy Case Study

    which left me limited chances of communication with either the patient or her family. I was eventually able to speak with her cousin whom she had been staying with in Nashville. She had recently come to live in America from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She was a young women, just 24 years old and the mother of two young boys that remained in Port-au-Prince as she attempted to start a new and better life in the United States of America and make a home where they could be a family again and live the…

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  • Pathogens In Food

    (Hilbert et al., 2014). Salmonella species remains a leading cause of food poisoning in the developed world, resulting in multiple cases of absenteeism, illness, hospitalization and death each year (CDC 2006). Salmonella is one of the microorganisms most frequently associated with food borne outbreaks of illness. Meat products in general and poultry, in particular, are the most common sources of food poisoning by Salmonella (Antunes et al., 2003). Escherichia coli are considered the most…

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  • Bombardier's Contributions To Canadian Society

    family helped him build his garage from the money his father loaned to him in 1926. ("J-Armand Bombardier") The first time he created a full-scale vehicle was during New Years Eve in 1922 at the age of 15. This vehicle was a wooden car with a Model T Ford Engine on and a wooden propeller at the front. This allowed the vehicle to drive even on snowy terrain during the winter. In the end it was disassembled because his father said it can potential cause an injury, but the vehicle did drive for…

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  • Perforated Peptic Ulcer Research Paper

    the ulcer is able to disturb the stomach wall causing it to bleed. Though it is infrequent, the ulcer sometimes is able to cause a hole in the stomach lining. Historical Background: Perforated Peptic Ulcer, was first reported in Fife Scotland, in the year 1670. People would have an intense abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and in a span of a few hours or days, this would lead to death. Often in 1670’s, these symptoms would be attributed to poisoning and anyone who had these…

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  • Abdominal Pain Case Study

    bleeding may follow the pain hut not in all cases. The patient may have experienced amenorrhoea (absenceof menstruation) for approximately eight weeks. However, the patient can present acutely with sudden onset of unilateral pain and collapse. She may be shocked and require immediate resuscitation, diagnosis and surgical intervention. It is important to note that this is the most common cause of maternal mortality in the first stage (trimester) of pregnancy. Pelvic inflammatory disease This…

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  • How Does Mouth Affect The Human Body?

    protein, fat, and nucleic acid digestions. The chyme goes on a three to six hour journey through the small intestines. There is also three parts of the small intestines and they are the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum. The duodenum is digestion of nutrients, and the jejunum and lleum is the absorption of digested nutrients. Once nutrients are absorbed they pass into the villi to the veins, arteries, capillaries, and lymph vessel. The appendix stores bacteria and plays an important role in the…

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  • Gonorrhea Essay

    last year (McMahan, & Waldron 2015). The ethnicity breakdown reported for the black/non-Hispanic population is the largest population of reported gonorrhea cases equaling 443 people, in comparison to the white/non-Hispanics population of 188 people reported cases, within Allen County. A minimal total of the Hispanic population reached 25 people and other smaller populations within Allen County reached a total of 28 people, in 2015. Reportable gonorrhea cases by gender show that females…

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