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Tag: Disease

A disease is a particular abnormal condition that negatively affects the structure or function of all or part of an organism, and that is not due to any immediate external injury. Diseases are often known to be medical conditions that are associated with specific signs and symptoms.

Disease

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Pathophysiology of the Digestive System and Treatments for Dietary Diseases

Nursing Assignments

The mouth is the start of the digestive system. The mouth is where food is chewed and broken down into very small pieces. The salvia in the mouth is mixed with the food to easily help digest the food....

Last modified: 8th Oct 2020

Comparison of Lifestyle and Infectious Disease on Impacts to Human Health

Nursing Essays

In Australia, increasing living standards have led to a significant reduction in the rates of infectious diseases. The benefits of abundant resources have also led to a high prevalence of preventable diseases arising from lifestyle patterns....

Last modified: 6th Oct 2020

Infectious Disease: Outbreak and Control Strategies

Nursing Assignments

  A disease is an abnormal illness that negatively impacts the function of living organisms. The disease is commonly taken as a medical condition and is mostly associated with particular symptoms and certain signs and differs from physical injury in nature. ...

Last modified: 28th Aug 2020

Use of Epidemiology in Disease Control and Prevention

Nursing Essays

Epidemiology is used to research root causes of specific health occurrences in specific people, places, and during specific time frames. It is also used to find out what specifically caused the problem....

Last modified: 28th Aug 2020

Comparison of Biomedical and Biopsychological Models of Disease

Nursing Essays

For some time, researchers have struggled to find a model that explains the prevalence of a disease within individuals or a community of people. Some of the models that have been in existence, such as the biomedical model and the biopsychosocial model have been used by medical practitioners to examine the prevalence of diseases in human populations....

Last modified: 21st Aug 2020

Alzheimer Disease: The Untouchable Presenile Dementia

Nursing Assignments

One of the most accelerating neurological disorder among the elderly population, Alzheimer disease serves as the common cause for presenile dementia hitting the number of 13.8 million by 2050....

Last modified: 20th Aug 2020

Impact of the Rise of Noncommunicable Diseases on Health Systems

Nursing Assignments

The rise of NCDs necessitates a range of adjustments by health systems. Please discuss this statement, with reference to a particular country or region. Introduction Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), a...

Last modified: 22nd Jun 2020

Overview of Von Willebrand Factor

Nursing Essays

Von Willebrand Factor Von Willebrand Factor is a very important glycoprotein that is needed for Haemostasis in the body, without vWF patients can suffer from severe bleeding disorders, so it’s cruci...

Last modified: 22nd Jun 2020

Disease Prevention to Health Promotion

Nursing Essays

Ottawa Charter and Jakarta Declaration Disease prevention focuses on particular efforts intended at decreasing the growth and severity of chronic diseases and other illnesses. As an impo...

Last modified: 18th Jun 2020

Dengue Vaccine in Thailand and South Africa

Nursing Essays

Dengue Vaccine in Thailand and South Africa Overview of the Disease Dengue fever or dengue disease is a viral infection transmitted by the Aedes aegypti or Aedes albopictus mosq...

Last modified: 17th Jun 2020

Pathophysiology of Alzheimer’s Disease

Nursing Essays

Introduction of Alzheimer’s Disease Alzheimer’s Disease is named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer, in 1906 when he noticed changes in the brain tissue of a woman who had died of an unusual mental illness...

Last modified: 17th Jun 2020

Analysis of Impact of Data size for Classification of Alzheimer’s Disease

Nursing Essays

Analysis of Impact of Data size for Classification of Alzheimer’s disease using Convolution neural network Abstract – Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is one of the neurodegenerative diseases that affec...

Last modified: 10th Jun 2020

Epidemiology, Transmission, Pathogenesis and Treatment of Legionellosis

Nursing Essays

Legionella is a facultative, intracellular bacterium that causes legionellosis presenting as either Legionnaires’ disease or Pontiac fever (1). Epidemiology Although over 50 Legionella species have ...

Last modified: 8th Jun 2020

Diseases Related to the Human Body Systems

Nursing Essays

Diseases Related to the Human Body Systems The human body has several systems that function together to help everyday activities happen. Sometimes these individual systems can become impaired by an ou...

Last modified: 8th Jun 2020

Alzheimer’s Could Be Treated by Clearing Senescent Cells Around Major Organs

Nursing Essays

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the greatest forms of dementia, a general term used for memory loss and other cognitive abilities that interfere with daily life. It causes problems with thinking, beha...

Last modified: 8th Jun 2020

Smallpox: Symptoms, Prevention and Treatment

Nursing Essays

Abstract In conclusion, smallpox was a very demanding viral disease the affected the entire world.  It was such a largely widespread disease, that was around for a very long time, that it was a huge ...

Last modified: 4th Jun 2020

Is Obesity a Disease?

Nursing Essays

Obesity is Not a disease- Michel Tanner AMA Declares Obesity a Disease- Liz Neporent John Pollina One of the most controversial issues related to the health field is obesity. Obesity affe...

Last modified: 4th Jun 2020

Role of Physical Therapy in Medical Treatment.

Nursing Essays

Role of Physical Therapy in medical treatment. The study of physical therapy is generally termed as physical and rehabilitation medicine (PRM). It should be kept in mind that it is a new and developin...

Last modified: 3rd Jun 2020

Effect of Psoriasis on Cognitive Function

Nursing Essays

Psoriasis, a painful, disfiguring, disabling lifelong disease affecting 125 million people worldwide, although 2-3% of the population has this disease there is no cure available, and it is still uncer...

Last modified: 3rd Jun 2020

Hepatitis C: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Nursing Essays

Hepatitis C Hepatitis C is an infection of the liver caused by the blood-borne, Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2019a). According to the CDC (2019), the majo...

Last modified: 1st Jun 2020

Disease Prevention in Nursing

Nursing Essays

According to The World Organization [WHO] (1946), “health is the state of complete physical, social, and mental welfare and merely the absence of disease”. WHO’s definition, however, does not re...

Last modified: 1st Jun 2020

World Awareness of Pathological Conditions: Obesity

Nursing Essays

Abstract Obesity being a non -communicable disease has a big impact on many things. It is a battle that has affected so many and a fight that is still being fought for many years in the past and the o...

Last modified: 29th May 2020

Aortic Valve Stenosis: Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

Nursing Essays

Aortic Valve Stenosis is a condition caused by the narrowing of the hearts aortic valve. This congenital heart defect is very common among people in the U.S., as over 200,000 cases are noted per year ...

Last modified: 29th May 2020

Therapeutic Management of Parkinson’s Disease in Adults

Nursing Essays

1) Pathophysiology and clinical manifestations Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a progressive condition of the nervous system in which parts of the brain deteriorate gradually. It is marked by both motor...

Last modified: 28th May 2020

Individuals with a Family History of Hypertension and the Effect Diet and Exercise has on Preventing End Stage Renal Disease

Nursing Essays

Abstract Individuals with a family history of hypertension are at a higher risk for developing chronic kidney disease which can lead to end stage renal failure. By utilizing a good diet and committing...

Last modified: 26th May 2020