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Using Animals in Research and Education

Using Animals in Research and Education

Using Animals in Research and Education Table of Contents Why do we need animal models for research and education? What about alternatives like computers or cell lines? Can results from animal studies really apply to humans? What have we learned from animal research?

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An Ounce of Prevention: Deterring Emergencies in Child Care Settings and Schools

An Ounce of Prevention: Deterring Emergencies in Child Care Settings and Schools

An Ounce of Prevention: Deterring Emergencies in Child Care Settings and Schools. Bethany Geldmaker, PNP, Ph.D. Virginia Department of Health Director, Early Childhood Health, Healthy Child Care Virginia . Learning Objectives. Define a child care emergency

By richard_edik
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Smoking Cessation 				& Pregnancy

Smoking Cessation & Pregnancy

Smoking Cessation & Pregnancy . Susan A. Albrecht, PhD, RN Donna D. Caruthers, PhD(c), RN University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing Supported by: National Institute of Nursing Research # RO1-NR03233. Presentation Overview.

By Sharon_Dale
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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. Birth Control, Pregnancy, and Childbirth. Methods of Fertility Control. Fertility - ability to reproduce Conception - fertilization of an ovum by a sperm Contraception - prevention of conception Condom - latex cover for penis to catch sperm upon ejaculation.

By Solomon
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Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy

Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy

Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy. Marcy Rhodes Stephen F. Austin State University April 17, 2008. What is factitious disorder?. Diagnostic Criteria (DSM-IV-TR) Intentional production or feigning of physical or psychological signs and symptoms

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An Ounce of Prevention: Deterring Emergencies in Child Care Settings and Schools

An Ounce of Prevention: Deterring Emergencies in Child Care Settings and Schools

An Ounce of Prevention: Deterring Emergencies in Child Care Settings and Schools. Bethany Geldmaker, PNP, Ph.D. Virginia Department of Health Director, Early Childhood Health, Healthy Child Care Virginia . Learning Objectives. Define a child care emergency

By cree
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Chronic Disease and Tobacco:

Chronic Disease and Tobacco:

Chronic Disease and Tobacco:. Effects of Cigarette Smoking on Chronic Disease. The Surgeon General’s Reports concludes that tobacco use is the single most avoidable cause of disease, disability, and death in the United States.

By kent
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Invitation to the Life Span by Kathleen Stassen Berger

Invitation to the Life Span by Kathleen Stassen Berger

Invitation to the Life Span by Kathleen Stassen Berger. Chapter 3- The First Two Years Body and Brain . PowerPoint Slides developed by Martin Wolfger and Michael James Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington. Body Changes. Height and Weight Average weight at birth: 7.5 pounds

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Bacterial Pathogens

Bacterial Pathogens

Bacterial Pathogens. ENVR 421 Mark D. Sobsey Spring Semester, 2008. Some Important Enteric Bacterial Pathogens and Their Sources. Bacterium/Group Animal Feces Non-fecal sources Salmonella spp. yes no (except S. typhi ) no no Campylobacter spp. yes yes

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Physical Development

Physical Development

Physical Development. Infancy and Toddlerhood Birth to 36 months of age Psychology 333 Child Psychology Dennis Karpowitz. Pretest. The sense least developed in newborns is: Touch B. Vision C. Hearing D. Smell

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Breastfeeding & Public Health 2008

Breastfeeding & Public Health 2008

Breastfeeding & Public Health 2008. Functions of Public Health. Assessment Policy Development Assurance. Levels of Influence in the Social-Ecological Model. Structures, Policies, Systems Local, state, federal policies and laws to regulate/support healthy actions. Institutions

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Infant Mortality

Infant Mortality

Infant Mortality. Infant mortality is an internationally recognized measure of a society’s ability to provide food, housing, income, education, employment and health care to its citizens. Infant Mortality. Multiple causes of infant mortality

By brendon
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Chapter 4 PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT AND BIRTH

Chapter 4 PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT AND BIRTH

Chapter 4 PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT AND BIRTH. FROM CONCEPTION TO BIRTH. Phases of Prenatal Development Period of the zygote: conception through implantation Period of the embryo: 3 rd -8 th week, organ formation, heart beat Period of the fetus: 9 th week-birth. THE PERIOD OF THE ZYGOTE.

By benito
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Developmental Toxicology

Developmental Toxicology

Developmental Toxicology . 4 manifestations of developmental toxicity. Structural malformations Growth retardation Functional impairment Death of the organism . Teratology 1. the study of malformations or serious deviations from the normal type in organisms

By sharlene
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Instructor’s Name Semester, 200_

Instructor’s Name Semester, 200_

Instructor’s Name Semester, 200_. Chapter Objectives. Define maternal, infant, and child health. Explain the importance of maternal, infant, and child health as indicators of a society’s health. Define family planning and explain why it is important.

By beaumont
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Understanding Nutrition

Understanding Nutrition

Understanding Nutrition. Chapter 15 Life Cycle Nutrition: Pregnancy and Lactation By A. Fellah, Ph.D. Growth and Development During Pregnancy. Placental Development: conception: the union of the male sperm and the female ovum; fertilization.

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Structural malformations Growth retardation Functional impairment Death of the organism

Structural malformations Growth retardation Functional impairment Death of the organism

Developmental toxicology. Structural malformations Growth retardation Functional impairment Death of the organism . Teratology 1. the study of malformations or serious deviations from the normal type in organisms

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Preventing Infant Mortality: What Can Local Teams Do? Sarah Verbiest, DrPH, MSW, MPH March 2009

Preventing Infant Mortality: What Can Local Teams Do? Sarah Verbiest, DrPH, MSW, MPH March 2009

Preventing Infant Mortality: What Can Local Teams Do? Sarah Verbiest, DrPH, MSW, MPH March 2009. Presentation Objectives. Review causes of infant death in NC Discuss preterm birth Incidence Cost Risk factors Share strategies and promising practices for preventing preterm birth.

By addison
(195 views)

Why do you want selective antagonists?

Why do you want selective antagonists?

Why do you want selective antagonists?. Acebutolol is a cardioselective beta blocker. It is more suitable than non cardioselective beta blockers, if a patient with Asthma bronchiale or chronic obstructive lung disease (COLD) needs treatment with a beta blocker. .

By wanda
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When do children grow the fastest?

When do children grow the fastest?

1. When do children grow the fastest?. a) Adolescence b) The first three years, especially during the first few months c) During breast feeding d) The first year of life. b) The first three years, especially during the first few months. 2.

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