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  • Case Study: Prussian Blue

    and radiocesium poisoning by combining the two in the intestines and stops them from being re-absorbed into the body. Overview Prussian blue treats patients with thallium or radiocesium poisoning by binding the two isotopes in the gastrointestinal tract and the combination removes the poison from the body through the patient’s stools. With the removal of thallium or radiocesium through the stool, the harm to the patient’s tissues and organs remain reduced with this medication. Administered…

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  • Muscle Contraction Case Study

    The Effect of Spider Venom on Muscle Contraction Jessica Martinez and Stephanie Perez Eastfield Community College Overview A patient with the name Bobby presented with the chief complaint: pain on one arm that originated in one area and has spread up the arm. Along with pain in the arm, the patient experienced sweating and abdominal pain and cramping. The patient explained that he was photographing the sunset at the beach when he felt a burning sensation and realized he had been bit by…

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  • Pimples Vs Pimples

    The distinction between pimples and zits zits vs pimples Pimples has a tendency to surface while the oil and melanin glands in the pores and skin get clogged. This outcome in a raised pop which produces pus. pimples are generally infectious in nature and generally tend to spread if carelessly popped main to worsened situations. On the other hand, pimples result from the blockage that occurs within the pores and skin pores. Pimples appear as raised pustules or papules and are very painful. Acne…

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  • What Is Oyster Aquaculture?

    ntroduction The development of the oyster aquaculture become limited as there is a presence of the pathogenic associated microbe that can cause disease which lead to physiological and imbalance in that oyster. There is a few reports that describe the bacterial diversity which is poorly know and required to be further study.(Hernández and Olmos,2006). So, it is important to analyze the bacteria of oyster. This study is carry out to analyze the gram positive bacteria diversity present oyster,…

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  • Physician Assistants Essay

    Almost every few months, a person ends up catching some type of cold or flu. During the summer, some get rashes and get crazy eye viruses. Either way, people at some point in their lives need some type of medical attention, or need to at least have some medical knowledge in emergency situations. When it comes to Physician Assistants, they’re lives consist of helping others who are not well. There are also Physician Assistants who help people that need attention on their skin known as Dermatology…

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  • Bacteria And Viruses Essay

    allowing the capside and viral genome to enter and infect the host. Capsomere Repeating protein unit, which makes up the protein coat. In order for a virus to infect a cell, it must bring its DNA or RNA into contact with the host cell. Therefore, infection requires that the virus get through the cellular membrane. Some viruses remain outside the cell. They attach to the membrane at specific receptor sites and or antigen sites called VAPs (Virius Attachment Particles). Once attached the virus…

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  • E Faecalis Lab Report

    A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL EFFICACY OF ALOE VERA , SESAME OIL AND TEA TREE OIL AGAINST E. faecalis - AN IN-VITRO STUDY” INTRODUCTION Medical microbiology entered a new era towards the end of the nineteenth century. It was during these golden years that path-breaking work of Pasteur, Koch and others in the development of broth and agar media led to the ability to grow a majority of pathogenic micro-organisms which were deemed uncultivable…

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  • Spread Of Diseases Essay

    of key factors in the emergence of infectious diseases. From this list, three factors stand out as critically important due to their heightened potential … I will argue that climate and weather, lack of political will, and human demographics and behavior are the most critical factors in the emergence of infectious diseases in the modern day. I. Climate and Weather All life is impacted by short-term weather variations and long-term changes in climate. Climate and weather, thus, have the…

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  • Erdheim-Chester Disease Research Paper

    Erdheim-Chester Disease is a fatal and an extremely rare disorder that can affect many different organs of the body. It is characterized by excessive production and accumulation of specific cells whose normal function is to fight infections. These cells, which are called histiocytes, infiltrate the loose connective tissue (lipid-laden macrophages) of the body. As a result this tissue becomes thickened, dense and fibrotic. Multiple different organs can be affected. Unless successful…

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  • Proibacterium Acne Research Paper

    The purpose of this paper is to explain propionibacterium acne’s structural properties, to make its microbiological analysis, to mention where it can be found, especially on human body, its photosensitivity and to describe the diseases and some infections it can lead to under specific conditions. Introduction Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes) is a bacteria that grows deep inside of pores, which is relatively slow-growing, typically aerotolerant anaerobic and gram positive type, It feeds on…

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