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Wound Care

Wound Care

Wound Care. Chapter 8 Pages 219-224. Caring for Skin Wounds . Skin wounds are extremely common in sports Soft pliable nature of skin makes it susceptible to injury Numerous mechanical forces can result in trauma Friction, scrapping, pressure, tearing, cutting and penetration.

By JasminFlorian
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Fever during Anesthesia

Fever during Anesthesia

Fever during Anesthesia. Speaker: Guo, Shu-Lin Date: 2003-12-09. Thermoregulation. Thermoregulatory response: a core temperature that triggers physiological defenses against excessive heat or cold Inter-threshold range: the difference between the sweating and vasoconstriction thresholds.

By york
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Periodontal/Gum Disease

Periodontal/Gum Disease

Periodontal/Gum Disease. Periodontal/gum diseases are serious infections that, left untreated, can lead to tooth loss The word periodontal literally means "around the tooth“ Periodontal disease is a chronic bacterial infection that affects the gums and bones supporting the teeth

By lucius
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Pneumonias and Fungal infections

Pneumonias and Fungal infections

Pneumonias and Fungal infections. Dr.FARHANA ZAKARIA. PNUEMONIA. Defined as acute infection of the lung parenchyma distal to the terminal bronchioles. Pathogenesis. Microorganisms gain entry into the lungs by one of the following routes : Inhalation of microbes present in air

By vesna
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Chapter 9 Chemotherapeutic Agents

Chapter 9 Chemotherapeutic Agents

Chapter 9 Chemotherapeutic Agents. Prof. Wei-Min Chen . Topics in this class. Antimicrobial Sulfonamides and Antibacterial Synergists Antifungals Drugs. Section 3. Antimicrobial Sulfonamides and Antibacterial Synergists. Sulfonamide Structure.

By hoang
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ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFE CTIONS IN CHILDREN

ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFE CTIONS IN CHILDREN

ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFE CTIONS IN CHILDREN. Dr. NITHU ANN Department Of Pediatrics. Introduction. Upper and lower respiratory tract separated at base of epiglottis .

By leane
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CIPROFLOXACIN FOR PROPHYLAXIS OF CLINICAL DISEASE DUE TO INHALED B. anthracis

CIPROFLOXACIN FOR PROPHYLAXIS OF CLINICAL DISEASE DUE TO INHALED B. anthracis

CIPROFLOXACIN FOR PROPHYLAXIS OF CLINICAL DISEASE DUE TO INHALED B. anthracis. Anti-Infectives Advisory Committee Meeting July 28, 2000 Andrea Meyerhoff MD MSc DTMH Division of Special Pathogens, US FDA. Overview. Inhalational anthrax Drugs for anthrax Microbiology of Bacillus anthracis

By jaden
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Ribosome

Ribosome

Ribosome. Ribosome. Works at Endoplasmic Reticulum Studied at Nucleus School for rRNA From The Nucleus Lives in The Mitochondria. Ribosome is now friends with Valine. Ribosome took a photo with Instagram. Ribosome October 6. Ribosome created the event Protein Makeover.

By dima
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Infections in cancer patients

Infections in cancer patients

A cancer patients body is more susceptible to infections. Since cancer treatment and care involves a lot of medication and chemotherapy, immunity is suppressed, which leads to increased risk of infections and other problems.

By pratima0627
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Planet Ayurveda Neem Capsules Best Blood Purifier

Planet Ayurveda Neem Capsules Best Blood Purifier

Planet Ayurveda Neem Capsules Best Blood Purifier. Planet Ayurveda Neem Capsules 100 % Standardized Extract. To cut costs, many manufacturers use Neem leaves powder to fill in capsules.

By michon
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THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. The respiratory system provides oxygen to the blood and removes carbon dioxide from the body. New Vocabulary. DIAPHRAGM TRACHEA BRONCHI ASTHMA TUBERCULOSIS EMPHYSEMA. What Happens During Respiration.

By nessa
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Intro to “Two Kinds”

Intro to “Two Kinds”

Intro to “Two Kinds”. By: Amy Tan. Say hello to the author, Ms. Amy Tan. Background. Born in Oakland, California in 1952 Both parents Chinese Immigrants Therefore She is Chinese-American Father, John Tan, came to America to escape Chinese Civil War

By hang
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Adult and World Health Concerns

Adult and World Health Concerns

Adult and World Health Concerns. UNIT I. ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS. What are the causes and nature of adult death locally, nationally and globally and how can these factors be reduced? What are the factors that influence health status within a community?

By rowena
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Animal Nutrition

Animal Nutrition

Animal Nutrition. food. O 2. ATP. What do animals need to live?. Animals make energy using: food oxygen Animals build bodies using: food for raw materials amino acids, sugars, fats, nucleotides ATP energy for synthesis. Nutritional requirements. Animals are heterotrophs

By chidi
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Chapter 19

Chapter 19

Visual and Auditory Systems. Chapter 19. Objectives. List both trade and generic drug names covered in this chapter. Describe the functions of the eyes and ears. List the major components of the eyes and ears. Explain the drug action of the medications listed. Objectives (cont’d).

By abia
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Aspiration Pneumonia/ Pneumonitis (Treatment)

Aspiration Pneumonia/ Pneumonitis (Treatment)

Aspiration Pneumonia/ Pneumonitis (Treatment). Sepehr Khashaei Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine University of New Mexico. Aspiration is a common event even in healthy individual and usually resolves without detectable sequelae .

By neil
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Respiratory infections

Respiratory infections

Respiratory infections. Dr. Tara Husain. Cough; results from stimulation of irritant receptors located in the airway mucosa including the ear. Causes of Acute Cough;. Acute respiratory infection. pulmonary edema. chemical irritation. Foreign body aspiration. Causes of chronic cough;.

By makana
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Learn How to Protect Yourself and Others

Learn How to Protect Yourself and Others

The Flu. Learn How to Protect Yourself and Others. Call your doctor if: Persistent fever: This can be a sign of bacterial infection that needs treatment. 2) Painful swallowing: Sore throat from cold or flu are usually mild and if severe it could mean strep infection.

By claire
(120 views)

Respiratory Disorders

Respiratory Disorders

Respiratory Disorders. Asthma. Affects 10% of Canadian population Characteristics : C hronic inflammation of bronchi and bronchioles Overproduction of mucus Muscular contraction of airways Symptoms: Coughing, wheezing, tightening of chest Extreme situations: blue lips and fingernails

By taya
(64 views)

CARIOLOGY

CARIOLOGY

CARIOLOGY. UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF. OVERVIEW. Information in this unit will introduce dental caries and its relationship to Restorative Dentistry.

By camdyn
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