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    A Nursing Story Analysis

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    make everything okay. I’d cry my eyes out and Kenny would hold me, cry with me. He’d grown really attached to Steven, and we’d cry our eyes out about how things were going…” (Schwartz 2). This interaction between the nurse and the patient’s mother is something that some people don’t get to hear about. With the busy atmosphere that nurses are surrounded by, it is moving to see that little moments such as connecting and comforting the patient and their family goes a long way. Also seen in Haunting, the ER nurse gives some insightful learning experience. He said, “Never again would I impatiently dismiss a patient’s complaints by telling him, 'it’s just a soft tissue injury.’ I swore I’d throw the word just out of my vocabulary. ‘This injection will just feel like a mosquito bite’; ‘I’m just nurse’; ‘You just have soft tissue injuries’” (Gutkind 40). The fact that nurses sometimes go through the emotions of doing their job is a relatable idea. However, the ER nurse provides a refreshing idea that doing one’s job should be done with purpose and not out of routine. This is an inspiring comment as the nurse gives the audience that we should approach nursing wholeheartedly and with a passion. The nursing world is a vast pool of different experiences. From a geriatric nurse to an ER nurse, deciding what kind of nurse I want to be is like figuring out a career within a career. The testimonies from these nurses in different care fields show how although they might perform different…

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    Everybody desires to be at the top of his game even after an injury.I first acquired my McDavid calf sleeve after getting a piece of advice from my friend. It occurred on one Saturday afternoon, I was busy playing basketball with my boys.That day I was off my game because of a small injury, I got while moving my things into my new apartment. We were playing against a team which we have beaten numerous times, but this time, I could not play as good as I used to because of an irritating pain in my…

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    Paleopathology

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    nineteenth century paleopathologists found the cause of Syphilis. ( ) Syphilis is a contagious infection that is typically spread through sexual contact and begins as a painless sore. It is also known as a disorder to paleopathologists. It appears to go way back in the ancient times and brought controversy. Paleopathology is absolutely deeper than it seems. This study requires information and participation from orthopedic, pathology, skeletal radiology and archaeology. They each contribute to…

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    Therapeutic Ultrasound

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    Ultrasound for the Treatment of Soft Tissue Injuries Introduction: Electrotherapy is used by practitioners to assist in pain reduction and to accelerate the healing process via an increase in energy: electrical, sound, light, magnetic, temperature (Physioworks, 2015). The treatment modalities that come under the umbrella of electrotherapy are as follows: Ultrasound, Laser, Transcutaneous Electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and Magnetic field therapy (Physioworks, 2015). Therapeutic…

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    Myofascial Release Therapy

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    Benefits of sports massage Sport massage is more than just a treatment for sports related injuries, it can produce remarkable benefits for both professional athletes as well as individuals physically, physiologically and physiologically. Physical Benefits • Motion and Flexibility: Sports massage is used to relax overly tense muscles and provide additional flexibility, which is especially important when an individual has tight or damaged muscle tissue. This tight or damaged muscle tissue can…

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    Specialised Nerve Impulses

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    mitochondria of every neuron. There are billions of neurons found in the nervous tissue, these neurons vary in size and are sensitive…

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    My Ankle Research Paper

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    to fly the kite but the wind was not as strong so I had to run really fast to elevate the kite. I was preoccupied with the kite and was constantly looking back to see how high it was going. Due to that, I was unaware where I was running and tripped over the leg of a picnic table and sprained my left ankle. My injury was a sprain, specifically a grade one sprain. My left ankle was affected by my sprain. The fibers of the ligaments of my ankle was strained. It took two weeks for my ankle to…

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    ability to differentiate into the specific types of tissues or cells that are needed to repair injuries and replace cells (Kaplan, Nassau, & Shore, 2014). This causes stem cells to express the mutant receptor that only triggers cells that replace cartilage and bone. Therefore, it overproduces bone where it is not needed, leading to Fibrodysplasia Ossification…

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    physiotherapist is a health care professional that examines, diagnoses and treats a patient’s injury. Specifically, a sports physiotherapist is involved in a particular area of physiotherapy, dealing with injured athletes. Treatments for athletes may range from personally designed stretching and exercise programs, to providing education on how to prevent injuries. Sport physiotherapists differ from normal physiotherapists as the athletes they attend to perform at a high level and constantly…

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    Statistics relating to sports related volleyball injuries Injuries Rotator cuff tendinitis – when serving and spiking, the rotator cuffs are worked and are very important for the shoulder to move, with over use these muscles can get irritated or fatigued. Finger injuries – during volleyball fingers are vulnerable, this injury can happen when blocking, setting, and digging. Common finger injuries include dislocations, fractures, and tendon ligament damage. Ankle sprains – most common injury in…

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