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  • Renal Failure Research Paper

    Renal Failure Name Institution History and symptoms - intrarenal acute renal failure Mr. Donovan’s condition is consistent to intrarenal acute renal failure. Due to his history with renal insufficiency and uncontrolled hypertension, it is more likely that he is suffering from intrarenal acute kidney injury. The patient has no history obstruction (postrenal) or with trauma (prerenal). Hypertension, as shown by the patient, is seen with an intrarenal acute renal failure while hypotension is…

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  • Atherosclerosis

    Stress directly effects the body and its ability to function. An individual suffering from a high stress lifestyle is suspected to increase his or her risk not only to heart disease, but also to having a myocardial infarction (MI), more commonly known as a “heart attack”. MI describes the effects of blood blockage to part of the heart in which cardiac muscle either is damaged or dies. This particular medical condition presents an increased risk because its onset can be fatal. Physiologically,…

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  • Naraya Health Case Study

    achieved in the liver transplant of babies who weigh less than 10kg • Asia’s first hospital to implant an artificial heart • Combined kidney and pancreas transplant was performed, offers formal training for pediatric cardiac surgery. • Researchers at Thrombosis Research Institute, Bangalore which is a division of Narayana Health are working towards discovering a medicine to prevent heart attack. 7. AWARDS AND ACCOLADES • CNBC & ICICI Lombard awarded the best hospital award to NH.…

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  • Dietary Choice And Obesity Essay

    How Can Dietary Choice Impact the Risk of Obesity? Obesity is an increasingly common disease in adults and children which involves over eating and results in excess fat being stored in the body. Obesity is usually present in people who eat more than the body needs and who have an inactive lifestyle. Every year there are 200,000 deaths from cardiovascular disease and 156,000 deaths from cancer, which most likely are a result of being overweight or obese. This essay will discuss the impact of…

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  • Oliver Sack's The Man Who Is Mistook His Wife For A Hat

    As I was reading the many different tales in Oliver Sack’s book, I was amazed at the obscurity of each person’s case. With keeping the mind/body problem in mind while reading these tales, I was very conflicted on my position. When learning and reading about the mind/body problem in class, I really took to the monism perspectives. I believed that the mind and the nervous system are not different. I just did not understand how the mind could not be connected to the nervous system. I pictured the…

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  • Nursing Synergy Model

    The Synergy Model provides the framework for nurses to manage complex clients experiencing acute exasperation of their illness and to work toward reducing the trajectory of the illness (Hardin & Hussey, 2003). The purpose of this synergy paper is to utilize the AACN Synergy model for patient care to a patient with diabetes mellitus type 2 and high blood pressure in addition to being postoperative. Synergy results when the needs and characteristics of a patient, clinical unit or system are…

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  • Classic Locked In Syndrome

    For the purpose of this paper, and a full understanding of the topic discussed, immerse yourself in these circumstances, as if you are the patient. You are lying in a hospital bed, unable to move, wanting to talk to your mom as she talks by your side, but unable to speak. You listen to the nurse and doctor speak to your family as if you are not there, as if you cannot hear or understand each word. You are angry, you are frustrated, and you can't even make a sound. You are only able to exist…

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  • Myofascial Release Therapy

    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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  • Cardiac Disease: The Cause Of Cardiovascular Disease

    system, principally cardiac disease, vascular diseases of the brain and kidney, and peripheral arterial disease. The causes of cardiovascular disease are diverse but atherosclerosis and/or hypertension are the most common. In addition, with aging come a number of physiological and morphological changes that alter cardiovascular function and lead to increased risk of cardiovascular disease, even in healthy asymptomatic individuals. Heart attacks and strokes are usually acute events and are mainly…

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  • Hematemesis Case Study

    the series of open classical D.S , Hess and Hess (13) reported 3 (0.75%) cases of DVT and 2 (0.5%) cases of non fatal pulmonary embolism. Marceau et al. (35) reported DVT and PE in 9 (3.6%) patients. According to Podnos at al. (36), deep vein thrombosis after laparoscopic RYGB with thromboprophylaxis ranged from 0% to 1.3%, pulmonary embolism ranged from 0% to 1.1%. We recorded 1 (2.7%) case of mortality due to pulmonary embolism. Hess and Hess (13) reported also one (0.25%) case of fatal…

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