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    Nutrients and the Risk of Symptomatic Kidney Stones. New England Journal of Medicine, 328, 833-838. doi:10.1056/NEJM199303253281203 Curhan, G. C., Willett, W. C., Rimm, E. B., & Stampfer, M. J. (1999). Family History and Risk of Kidney Stones. Journal of Urology, 8(10), 1568-1573. doi:10.1016/S0022-5347(05)68665-X Harris, P., Nagy, S., & Vardaxis, N. J. (2010). Mosby's dictionary of medicine, nursing and health professions (2nd ed.). Chatswood, N.S.W: Elsevier Australia. Kidney Stones in…

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    Discussion The ideal treatment option for UPJO would be minimally invasive with a low complication and failure rate. Management of UPJ stenosis has been significantly influenced by many minimally invasive techniques, including percutaneous ureteroscopic, endopyelotomy, cutting transvesical balloon dilatation as well as laparoscopic pyeloplasty. All of these procedures were introduced with the aim to obtain the standard of open dismembered pyeloplasty providing long-term success rates between 93…

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    Bcg Research Paper

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    Nursing 2050 Written Assignment: Nov 7, 2014 “Bladder Cancer drug BCG in short supply (Mellor, C. (2014, September 11)” read the headline of the Nova Scotia Chronicle Herald on Thursday, September 11, 2014. A manufacturing issue at Merck Canada Inc. in its North Carolina plant put a short supply to BCG (Bacillus Calmette-Guerin strain tice) sold under the name OncoTICE. “BCG is considered “gold standard” and mainstay for treating bladder cancer that has not invaded muscle tissue" as well…

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    Nurse leaders play an important role in creating a strong organizational structure. Nurse leaders wear many hats; to name a few of their titles are observers, thinkers, facilitators, challengers, advocators, teachers, data collectors, and coaches (Salmela, Eriksson, & Fagerstom, 2012). One important role for a nurse leader is being able to implement important changes in their organization. It only takes one nurse to make a ripple effect on healthcare and create a need for change. Being a…

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    When I was young, my greatest dream is to become a nurse, because I have an innate desire to help sick people. This started when I visited my aunt in the hospital when I was 4 years old, I saw how fulfilling was the roles of a nurse. I admire them for being a hero at times of emergency. However, the nature of their job is physically, mentally, emotionally exhausting, still nurses able to manage their time and finish their work contentiously. What I like the most being a nurse is that, they are…

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    On 9/6/17 I met Mr. Reid at the office of Dr. Rampersaud. I have printed and provided Mr. Reid the information on how and where to get medications filled along with a form for him to fill out for reimbursement of prior out of pocket expenses. I also provided Dr. Rampersaud with a letter with requirements and instructions on filling medications. I met Mr. and Mrs. Reid at the appointment with Dr. Rampersaud. The wait was very long so we have a long opportunity to go over the prescription…

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    Fdma Phase 4

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    I am working in a very small biotech company and responsible person to submit our product related document to the FDA. We just got a letter from FDA that our product is approved and we have to signed postmarketing commitment (Phase IV Trial). I am going to discuss this matter with my boss. It is a signed commitments with FDA given by a sponsor before or after product approved by FDA to gather additional information about a product 's safety, efficacy, or optimal use. The Food and Drug…

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    Colapinto and McCallum developed a radiological classification of injuries of the posterior urethra based on RUG (Table 1) (Colapinto and McCallum, 1977): Type 1 Membranous urethra is stretched but not severed. Type 2 Membranous urethra is ruptured above the urogenital diaphragm, with extraperitoneal pelvic leakage above the urogenital diaphragm. Type 3 Membranous urethra is ruptured. The injury extends into the bulbous urethra. Leakage above and below the urogenital diaphragm. Table 3:…

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    Top 100 Hospital Essay

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    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 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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