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    Schiff Bases Case Study

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    Schiff Bases: Schiff bases are amongst the important class of drugs containing imine or azoethine (-C=N-) moiety,have been obtained by the condensation of primary amines and carbonyl compounds.It was first time presented by the Hugo schiff (Cimerman et al, 2000). Schiff bases are one of the most important class of organic drugs widely used in variety of different fields such as analytical, biological, and inorganic chemistry.The schiff bases heve been designed to synthesize more and more novel…

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    Surgical Periodontitis

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    Periodontal disease affects 75 percent of adults in Unites States and more severe forms affect 20 to 30 percent of adults. Many epidemiologic studies suggest moderate connection between dental health status and systemic disease (Genco, 2002). Therefore, treating periodontal disease may not only help manage oral health but may also help with the management of other chronic conditions. The first nonsurgical step to treat gum disease involves subgingival scaling and root planing to remove plaque…

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    Icp Nursing Intervention

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    Any changes could indicate changes in the ICP. Any, pupil change is significant, especially if they become sluggish, or unequal (Urden el at., 2014). Next per physician order the head of the bead should be position flat of 30-45 degrease this improves the ICP and facilitates venous drainage which in turn lowers the ICP (Urden el at., 2014). Repositioning the patient, also aids in lowering the ICP at 5 minutes as mention by Olsen et al. (2013). Therefore, it is an important nursing…

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    Osteomalacia Vitamin D is a key player in calcium absorption, and deficiency can lead to decreased calcium absorption, which can, in turn, cause bone diseases such as rickets or osteomalacia. (Nair, 2010, para. 4) Osteomalacia refers to a softening of bones that are often caused by a vitamin D deficiency which make bones more susceptible to bowing and fracturing. Osteomalacia is not the same as osteoporosis, osteomalacia results from a defect in the bone-building process, while osteoporosis…

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    Paper On Osteoporosis

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    Introduction Osteoporosis, a preventable and treatable disease, affects both men and women in the geriatric population. According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin diseases, osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and structural deterioration of bone tissue, leading to bone fragility and an increased risk of fractures of the hip, spine, and wrist.1 Geriatric patients are more at risk of developing osteoporosis due to increased age and a decrease…

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    Rufinamide Case Study

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    Rufinamide (Banzel) was designated as an orphan drug for use in the treatment of seizures that are caused by Lennox—Gastaut syndrome in patients older than four in 2004 by the FDA (Food and Drug Adminsitration).¬¬¬¬¬1 Lennox—Gastaut syndrome (LGS) is a epileptic disease, commonly found in children, that is characterized a high rate of injury from seizures as well as a wide range of treatment-resistant seizures. In the past treatments were inadequate, leaving patients without much, but after the…

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    Different Types Of Murmur

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    diagnosis of the cardiovascular system is pericarditis. This involves inflammation of the pericardium. There is sometimes no known cause to this disease, however, possible causes include heart attack, kidney failure, AIDS, cancer, Coumadin, and phenytoin (“What is Pericarditis,” n.d.). Treatment includes reducing inflammation and minimizing…

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    Epilepsy Introduction

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    Introduction Epilepsy is known as Apasmara: apa, means negation or loss of; smara, means recollection or consciousness. Epilepsy known form thousands of years but came forward past hundred years. It was known from the Babylonians and Greeks also have records of epilepsy and they represent as Sacred Disease21. In India concept of epilepsy is known from ancient Indian medicine and it was developed during the Vedic period of .In the Ayurvedic literature of Charaka Samhita epilepsy is known…

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    Triazole Derivatives Essay

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    PHYSICAL PROPERTIES: It has two isomeric forms 1, 2, 3-triazole and 1,2,4-triazol with common molecular formula C2H3N3,and both have 69.06 molecular weight. [2]] 1, 2, 4-triazole derivatives simply exist in solid forms. 3, 4, 5-substituted 1, 2, 4-triazole derivatives melts on thermolysis when heated at high temperature3160C for half an hour. 1, 2, 4-Triazole derivatives are easily soluble in polar solvents and slightly soluble in non-polar solvents. However the solubility in non-polar solvents…

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    Biopharmaceutics This is the in-vivo or in-vitro study of various physiochemical factors including developmental and design factors affecting the rate and extent of drug absorption with regards to the pharmacological effect of the drug. Biopharmaceutical studies use this result to improve likely problems that could arise from poor drug absorption and increase the bioavailability of newly formulated drugs. The main purpose of biopharmaceutical studies is to increase, monitor and maintain the rate…

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