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    Restraining The Restroom

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    Allowing a student with a miniscule bladder to visit the restroom frequently is desirable compared to stymying the process because it is likely to encourage improved focus, healthier happiness, and ultimately, a sharpened classroom. Enduring day-to-day activities carrying the most microscopic of bladders can be rather cumbersome. To ease this burden, permitting a pupil to quietly exit the classroom can form a symbiotic relationship. In this relationship, the student is a beneficiary because…

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    Case Study Genitourinary

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    In the genitourinary clinical case study, a 60-year-old Hispanic male presented to the hospital with symptoms of enlarged prostate, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). This paper will analyze and create a comprehensive care plan for an acute and chronic care of BPH, as well as prevention and health promotion education for the patient regarding the disease process. I will refer the patient in the genitourinary clinical case study as Mr. A throughout this paper. BPH is a common concern affecting…

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    Every Urology Practice needs easy access to HIPPA & HITECH compliant Urology Practice Management (PM) software that streamlines operations and facilitates efficient, concise communication with patients, care teams and third-party payers. Our MediPro solutions are inspired by urologists who understand the unique challenges and demands of the specialty, resulting in practice-specific templates and customizable features to help you meet the needs of your patients while Urology EMR Software…

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    You are sitting in your cubicle, waiting on the next call to come in. Everyone in your row and the next row over seems to be following the rules of what to do when not on a call. There is a break in between calls, so you stand up to stretch; however, when you look ahead a few rows you notice hoods of sweatshirts covering heads, and others with their heads on their desks. A thought runs through your mind, “Are they not afraid of being written up or sent home? Will their team lead or…

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    Urologist Research Paper

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    further divided into 7 subspecialty areas that deal with female urology, kidney stones, male infertility, neurourology, pediatric urology, renal transplantation, and urologic oncology. Urologists undergo years of rigorous formal training and a number of certification exams before they can apply their specialty in the medical field. In the United States, prospective urologists must graduate from an approved medical school and complete a urology residency program. The residency program takes at…

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    Jeff Linton Interview

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    interview a physician and I don’t know anyone. Then she said her brother is a physician and urology at the Huntsman hospital. She gave me Jeff number; it took me awhile to reach him. Jeff is 44-year-old male. Married, father of 2 girls. He graduated from physician assistant school from the University of Utah in 2001. Then graduated from a residency in Urology in Chicago, Illinois in 2002. He worked in general urology initially and then in 2006 He specialized in urologic oncology surgery at…

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    without causing serious damage, the associated pain can be excruciating. If you are looking for ways to minimize your risk of kidney stones, it may be time to examine your diet – especially with regard to your sodium intake. Below, a urology specialist from Medical Center Urology in High Point, NC discusses the correlation between kidney stones and a high-sodium diet. How Does Sodium Cause Kidney Stones? The more sodium you consume, the higher your urine’s calcium concentration will be. When…

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    condition that caused by bacteria, which can be treated by antimicrobial medications. This condition develops unexpectedly and its common symptoms are fever and chills, which are extensive. That is why a visit to the nearest urology clinic or emergency room so that the urology specialist can provide essential diagnosis and treatment as well as hospitalization. Chronic infectious prostatitis – This type of prostititis is caused by a certain bacteria that involve the use of antimicrobial…

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    Foley Catheter Case

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    Review of the medical record indicates that she was recently admitted to MHS for complaints of increasing fatigue, lethargy and leakage from her indwelling foley catheter. She had a urology consulted with Dr. Beltran for evaluation of chronic indwelling urinary catheter and persistent leakage with recurrent UTI. Review of her medical history indicates multiple sclerosis, UTI, Memory loss, Pressure ulcer, facial neuralgia, blood transfusion, chronic kidney disease, decubitus ulcer of back, GERD…

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    Urine pools in the kidneys because urine is made faster than it can be excreted (Urology Care Foundation website, n.d.). This can be caused by the narrowing of ureter due to scarring or blood vessels ("Prenatal Hydronephrosis," n.d.) Hydronephrosis is the result of the pooling and swelling in the kidneys. Usually only one kidney is…

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