Urology

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  • Top 100 Hospital Essay

    The medical centers are assessed in 16 different specialties, from Cancer to Urology. For 12 of the 16 specialties, an extensive data-driven analysis combines measures of performance in three primary dimensions of healthcare: structure, process and outcomes. Rankings in the four remaining specialties are based on hospital reputation…

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  • Mr Griffin Case Study Essay

    Mr. Griffin was a pedestrian who was hit by a motor vehicle, traveling approximately 50 mph. EMS arrived on scene and he was unconscious. His Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) was a “3”. He was transported to Detroit Receiving Hospital where is Glasgow Coma Scale in the ER was 7 or 8. He appeared to be un-kept and was wearing all black clothing with dreadlock like hair. His clothing and body were covered with scabies and bugs. Mr. Griffin was cleansed with lotion to kill the scabies and his hair was…

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  • Differences Between Tactical Planning And Mission Statement

    We have over 20 specialties available for our patients and their families. Every specialty from dermatology to urology we have in one place, which allows for better continuity of care and easier access for our patients. “Our vision is to be a leading contributor to community health through participation in programs that promote wellness, facilitate diagnosis, and…

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  • Polycystic Kidney Disease Case Summary

    reportedly fasting glucose above 99 but less than 126. No glucose tolerance test was performed for the patient, but he had been informed by his primary care physician that he is borderline for diabetes. He has a history of hypothyroidism, as well. Urology: No history of UTI. He has a history of…

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  • Antimicrobial Therapy Case Studies

    Surgical procedures lead to contamination of previously sterile tissues or fluids, surgical prophylactic antimicrobial therapy (SAP) is an initial administration of short course of an antimicrobial agent before the surgery to prevent development of infection , SSI is 3rd most common nosocomial infection in US acute-care hospitals (14-16%),Complicates 5% of surgical cases overall, Increases hospital length of stay by approximately 10 days ,Increases readmissions to hospital ,Increases morbidity,…

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  • Ultrasound Research Paper

    A company called Butterfly Network won clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration for the Butterfly iQ, a portable ultrasound system. The scanning system consists of a portable transducer or probe, a device that converts one energy to another, which connects to an iPhone, and an iOS app to display the images and control the settings. Butterfly iQ has an ultra-wideband matrix array that enables three different transducers to be used. It allows clinicians to perform various scans that can…

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  • My Personal And Personal Characteristics Of Being A Doctor

    Being a doctor has always been a dream of mine. I love the sciences and I also love helping people. More importantly, this can be because I can compare my characteristics and personality as similar to that of a doctor. These include being patient, confident, and knowledgeable. However other qualities that I admire the most of a doctor is being caring and compassionate. My drive for wanting to be a doctor comes from numerous experiences in my life. These experiences varied from me being the…

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  • Dr. Chocchinov Analysis

    Works Cited Chochinov, Harvey Max, Thomas Hack, Thomas Hassard, Linda J. Kristjanson, Susan Mcclement, and Mike Harlos. "Understanding the Will to Live in Patients Nearing Death." Psychosomatics 46.1 (2005): 7-10. PubMed. Web. 11 Feb. 2016. Dr.Chochinov conducts a study of the effects cancer has on patients’ feelings about death. Dr. Chochinov mentions the emotional distress associated with the severity of the medical outcome. Dr. Chochinov asserts depression and anxiety as causing a…

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  • Nursing Case Study Placenta Percrete

    hysterectomy at 37 weeks. Further ultrasound revealed an anterior placenta which prompted an investigation with MRI of the in-utero foetus and placenta, which revealed placental percreta with invasion of the anterior aspect of the urinary bladder. The urology and gynaecology-oncology surgical teams were involved in the surgery. A sample of uterus with placenta was sent for histopathological analysis and it was consistent with placental percreta. There was an estimated blood loss of 2000mL with…

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  • The Benefits Of Becoming A Registered Nurse

    As a child turning into an adult, you don’t always know what you really want to do in life, so you explore and, in a way, undergo trial and error in the pursuit of happiness. I personally did not know what I wanted to do when starting college, but I looked at my qualities to see where I could apply it best. This lead me to becoming a registered nurse or RN because I had already had some experience as a CNA, just wanted to further my education. To become a RN, usually college at an associates…

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