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  • Erythro Doping Case Study

    injuries, but to modify or adjust any part of the body for competition. Name some adverse side effects you would be concerned about. Increase in blood pressure Excessive hematocrit elevation. This can cause cerebrovascular accidents, thrombosis and myocardial infarction. Basically the effect of EPO is an increase in the amount of red blood cells in the blood and this leads to an increase in the viscosity of the blood, aggravated by the dehydration that occurs in intense…

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  • Hemorrhoids Research Paper

    painful. They can move or prolapse, to the outside (usually when trying to have a bowel movement. You can also see and feel it. Also Blood clots sometimes form within prolapsed external hemorrhoids, causing it to be very painful condition called thrombosis. Also that happens, when the hemorrhoids it can turn purple or blue, then could will cause Bleeding. Despite how it looks, it’s usually not that…

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  • The Harmful Effects Of Stress And Its Causes

    Stress Countless exhausted and overworked people especially those who suffer from headaches and pain usually blame it on diseases and illnesses; what they do not realize is that the discomfort and troubles they feel are due to their stressful lifestyle. Anyone can experience stress symptoms on a daily basis without truly knowing that it is being produced by stress. Americans are working long unstable hours in critically demanding jobs this causes more people to suffer from stress. Stress can…

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  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: A Case Study

    Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, commonly known as SLE or Lupus is said to be a disease of the immune system called autoimmune diseases where ones immune system attacks the body with the production of antibodies. The attack causes damage and swelling to the tissues of the body. Inflammation caused by lupus can be very detrimental to major organs such as the lungs, heart, kidneys, brain and nervous system all of which are very important for the proper function of the…

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  • Medical Negligence Case Study

    Medical Negligence Clinicians evaluate and treat multiple cases on a daily basis. While some cases are simple, other cases are very complex and demand an extensive evaluation, including detailed history taking, and meticulous examination. A case of a 38 year-old female with apparent symptoms of pneumonia was presented. The patient was obese and had initially presented to her primary care physician (PCP) with symptoms of an upper respiratory tract infection. She had been 8 weeks post-partum and…

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  • Scalable Coagulation Sensor 20.1 Advantages And Objectives Of Flowmap

    hemostatic profiles under certain conditions and particular drugs will lead to a better understanding of bleeding risk ad clinical clotting prediction. Unlike other complex bench-top tests, it can reproduce the physiology of in vivo hemostasis and thrombosis. FlowMAP measurements do not lack of freedom degrees to decode thrombotic states as it happens in single measurements. Its variability reflects the hemostatic state when reacting to controlled drugs.…

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  • Ischemic Stroke Research Paper

    Ischemic strokes can interrupt the perfusion to any part of the brain causing cell death. If the blockage is formed in the arteries that supply blood to the brain this is known as cerebral thrombosis. In cerebral embolism the clot forms in some other part of the body, usually the heart. The clot or part of it breaks loose and traveled through the bloodstream to the brain causing the blockage. The amount of death and the location of the tissue…

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  • Venous Stasis Ulcer Analysis

    incendiary procedures bringing about leukocyte enactment, endothelial harm, platelet collection, and intracellular edema. The essential danger variables for venous ulcer advancement are more established age, stoutness, past leg wounds, profound venous thrombosis, and phlebitis. The determination of venous ulcers finished with tests, for example, lower leg brachial file, shade duplex ultrasonography, plethysmography, and venography may be useful if the conclusion is misty. Pressure is the pillar…

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  • A Study On Furosemide

    1. Furosemide (Loop-diuretics) Indication: Furosemide is a loop-diuretic that is indicated for use when treating Hypertension, Hyperkalemia, and edema that is from kidney failure, congestive heart failure, or liver cirrhosis. MOA: Its mechanism of action is to interfere with the chloride-binding cotransport system and inhibits the reabsorption of chloride and sodium ions at the distal and proximal tubules, and the loop of Henle. This leads to the pharmocological effects of enhancing the…

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  • The Beauty Of Plastic Surgery

    procedures, this is due to the protocols that surgeons have to follow in order to alleviate dangerous situations. For example, most surgeons will deny access to surgery to frequent smokers because that increases their chances of receiving deep vein thrombosis which is extremely fatal. As far as postoperative, some of the complications can be easily resolved such as infections, soreness, scarring or just the overall dissatisfaction of the appearance. Infection can be treated with antibiotics,…

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