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    Double Effect

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    Technological advances have prolonged human life and changed not only what it means to practice medicine, but what it means to be alive. In some cases, patients turn to their physicians to assist them in dying. The purpose of this essay is not to promote physician aid in dying or even provide a stance on the subject. Rather, the purpose is to question the moral distinction between physician aid in dying and the doctrine of double effect. Through defining these two terms and analyzing medical…

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    INTRODUCTION: Alcohol is a part of New Zealand culture and is considered as an inevitable factor for celebrations and for relieving stress (“Alcohol misuse”, 2016). Long-term high rate of alcohol consumption can lead to alcohol misuse and make people dependent on alcohol. It has now become a very common thing to see an alcoholic patient presenting to the hospital frequently to treat the withdrawal symptoms. Most of the patients admitted with Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome (AWS) have multiple…

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    3.4.2.1 Test for milk:- 1. Determination of SNF in milk AIM: - to determine the SNF of milk Apparatus: - lactometer jar, lactometer and thermometer Principle: - It is calculated by using lactometer method. Procedure:-  Warm the milk sample to 40 to 45oCand maintain at this temperature till 5 min.  Mix the contents by rotating and inverting the bottle, taking care to avoid the formation of air bubbles.  Cool the sample to 15.5oC  Invert the sample bottle 2 to 3 times; pour enough milk into…

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    Microemulsions Case Study

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    6.3. A. Microemulsions (135-143) Microemulsions are clear, stable, isotropic mixtures of oil, water, and surfactant, frequently in combination with a cosurfactant 135-137. Microemulsions have several advantages such as enhanced drug solubility, good thermodynamic stability, and higher transdermal permeability over conventional formulations 138,139. Many studies reported the use of microemulsions as topical drug delivery vehicles showed their ability to improve transdermal and dermal delivery…

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    TERMINOLOGY CLINICAL CLARIFICATION • Systemic illness due to microbial infection that can lead to acute organ dysfunction or failure and associated with host immune response to infection CLASSIFICATION • There is a disease continuum with increasing severity if not treated or not responsive to treatment o Systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) - Documented or suspected infection with systemic manifestations of infection - Clinical response to a nonspecific insult of either infectious or…

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    Task Shifting – An Alternative Survival Strategy for Health-care Organizations Architha Aithal1, and P. S. Aithal2 1Third year Pharma D., Srinivas College of Pharmacy, Valachil, Mangalore-574143, INDIA 2Srinivas Institute of Management Studies, Srinivas University, Mangalore – 575001, India E-mail : psaithal@gmail.com ABSTRACT There are many types of strategies to be followed by managers and leaders depending on the type of problems, objectives, circumstances, privileges, preferences,…

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