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  • Comparing Apixaban And Enoxaparin Proliferation

    Lassen et al. (2009) aimed to demonstrate that Apixaban at a dose of 2.5mg twice daily is just as safe and effective as enoxaparin when administered at a dose of 30mg subcutaneously every 12 hours. While Lassen et al. (2010a) observed Apixaban at the same dose but against enoxaparin 40mg once daily. The treatment period for both studies lasted between 10-14 days. The primary efficacy outcome for the above mentioned studies included the following scenarios; symptomatic or non-symptomatic DVT,…

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  • Mr. Neester Case Study

    medication. The nurse took Mr. Nester blood pressure and it was noted to be extremely elevated. Although Mr. Nester reports he has been following up with his physician every three months and he has been on his antihypertensive medication for the past five years. Mr. Nester reports to the nurse that his blood pressure reading are usually higher than the current reading. Mr. Nester stated there is no help with taking medications to help control his blood pressure reading. According to Mr. Nester,…

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  • Dog Influence Experiment Evaluation

    STATE OF NEW JERSEY DRUG INFLUENCE EVALUATION DRUG INFLUENCE EVALUATION Page 1 of 3 Pages ARRESTEE’S NAME: Singletary, Mike Evaluator: Hinman, Charles E Deptford Twp. Police Dept. #5244 Arresting Officer: Hinman, Charles E Deptford Twp. Police Dept. #5244 1. Location: The evaluation took place at the Well of Hope Drop in Center, 207 Broadway…

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  • Myocardial Infarction Case Study

    exposed in the blood streams which will eventually cause blockage of blood flow in the coronary artery . Patient’s medical history of hypertension is one of the most important risk factors of acute Myocardial infarction as the constantly high blood pressure can cause damage to artery endothelium and make her more vulnerable in developing atheroschelerosis plaque If the cessation of blood flow will stop oxygen and nutrient supply to heart muscle, the heart muscle becomes injured and eventually…

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  • Nursing Case Study On Hypertension

    disorder. According to recent researches, in the US, nearly 1 in 3 people are diagnosed with hypertension and in most cases patients do not experience any signs and symptoms; as a result it is known as silent killer (, 2014). However, high pressure of the blood against the arteries might cause headache, redness, dizziness or syncope. If left untreated hypertension can cause other lethal health problems (Mayo Clinic, 2014). In hypertension, the arterial constriction causes force of the…

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  • Middle School Adolescent Relationships

    Tucked away in an old box, lies my middle school yearbook wherein the pages sits the boy who stole my heart, Kody Mars. His school pictures are now forever surrounded with big red hearts which signified my deep middle school affection for him. My friends and I would spend hours talking and planning about how I would one day become the future Mrs. Mars and planned out our happily ever after. Looking back now I realize that one, I hardly ever talked to Kody, and two, that I should probably burn…

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  • Cardiovascular System Response

    larger cardiovascular response however in the increase in mean arterial pressure is small. Whereas a lower intensity exercise causes a low cardiovascular response but the increase in mean arterial pressure is much larger. As the intensity of dynamic exercise is proportional to the increase in cardiac output and oxygen consumption, whereas the intensity of static exercise is proportional to the increase in mean arterial pressure…

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  • Body Observation Report

    weight determine the content of overall cardiovascular health (John, 2013). Blood pressure is vital to one’s health. During rest, systolic blood pressure in a healthy individual ranges from 110-140mmHg and diastolic blood pressure ranges from 60-90mmHg (Sports Fitness Advisor, n.d.). According to the blood pressure experiment on the patient read 133/72. According to the American Heart Association a normal blood pressure is 120/80. In which 133/72 indicates that the patient can potential have…

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  • Auscultation Case Study

    listen for systolic blood pressure compared to palpation of systolic blood pressure at wrist. It is easier to listen for the ‘tap’ during the systolic pressure rather than palpating for it, as the systolic pressure may not be palpated if it is a weak pulse. 2. Systolic pressure: • Pressure in the arteries when the blood is being pumped out of the heart into the arteries • The maximum blood pressure, when the ventricles are in contracting phase Diastolic pressure: • Pressure in the arteries…

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  • Pedometer Exercise

    • Context: The review question is important because it determine rather a pedometer encourage people to exercise more. • Objective: The primary objective is to determine if pedometers increase or improve health. • Data Source: There were two investigators who independently abstracted data about the intervention, which consisted of the participants, steps per day, and chronic illness. The data was determined by using random calculations and meta-regression. • Study Selection: The…

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