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Autonomy, Capacity and Dignified Death
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Summary: The Council of Europe protects the right of people in terminal phase or dying, to self-determination. But only if the patient is competent, you can make independent decisions about their hea...

Arrhythmogenic Right Venticular Dysplasia | Case Report
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Arrhythmogenic Right Venticular Dysplasia – A Rare case report from tribal zone of Central India Dr. Prakash Khunte, Dr. P. Beck, Dr. K. Yadav ABSTRACT Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia ...

Sickle Cell Disease: Causes, Effects and Treatment
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Abstract Sickle cell disease is a genetically inherited hematological (blood) disorder that results from a mutation in the beta globin gene that is responsible for the development of hemoglobin. Hemo...

XY Chromosome in a Female With Secondary Amenorrhea
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Dania Al-Jaroudi, M.D   Capsule A 17-year-old girl presented to our gynecology clinic with secondary amenorrhea. She had been diagnosed with ALL at the age of 5 years, she received chemotherapy an...

Nasal Surgeries and Procedures Types
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Neurocranial restructuring Neurocranial restructuring is the relaxation of neuro tissues to relieve tension and return the skull’s structure to its naturally designed appearance. Neurocranial r...

Effects of the Gardasil Vaccination
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Obispo, Stacey L.   Vaccinations Despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) acknowledging vaccinations as one of top 10 impressive public health accomplishments of the twentieth ...

Detection and Classification of Leukaemia Cells
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Leukemia is one of the many types of cancers. Leukemia is caused in the white blood cells near the bone marrow region of our body. In this the WBCs which get infected turns blue. Like any other cance...

Crohn's Disease: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: INTRODUCTION TO NUTRITION CROHN DISEASE   Introduction to Nutrition Crohn Disease Introduction Sustenance is characterized as the methods by which a creature or plant takes in and uses nourishment...

Complications of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: INTRODUCTION: Endoscopic sinus surgery, a widely used method in the treatment of chronic sinus disease can lead to major (0-1,5 %) and minor (1,1-20,8% ) complications. These complications are still ...

Gaucher’s Disease: Types, Symptoms and Treatments
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: New Treatment Plans Give Hope to Patients with Gaucher’s Disease Katherine Van: Gaucher’s disease occurs within individuals because they lack the enzyme glucocerebrosidase in the body, which i...

Psychosocial Concepts in Radiography
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: “Promising too much can be as cruel as caring too little” (Kelley, 2005, p. 69). The aim of this assignment is to describe and discuss the psychosocial aspects of patient/client care as applied t...

In Vito Fertilization (IVF): History and Technologies
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Since the inception of the idea of artificially inseminating an egg outside of the female body in the 1890s, when “Walter Heape reported the first known case of embryo transplantation in rabbits”...

MRI as a Breast Cancer Screening Tool
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Chapter 1 Introduction In the United States, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, accounting for 26% of all cancer cases in women (Jiao, 2014). The standard of care for wome...

How Successful are Pap Smears?
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: How successful are pap smears in detecting cervical and uterine cancers? George Nicholas Papanicolaou established the Pap smear in the 18th century when he became intrigued by the guinea pigs vagi...

Triage Tool for Sepsis Recognition
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: “Sepsis is a life-threatening organ dysfunction caused by a dysregulated host response to infection.  Sepsis and septic shock are major healthcare problems, affecting millions of people around the...

Exercise as an Intervention for Anorexia Nervosa
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Exercise as an Effective Intervention for Symptoms of Anorexia Nervosa Introduction Eating disorders (ED) are serious and dilapidating psychiatric conditions that affect individuals through adv...

Lewy Body Dementia: Symptoms and Treatment
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction According to the World Health Organization, being healthy is being in a good physical, mental, and social well-being and not just the absence of an infection. This definition means th...

Tinnitus: Causes, Effects and Treatments
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: One age-related disease is Tinnitus. Tinnitus is a disease that affects the hearing, it is a chronic ringing in the ears without a sound source. Tinnitus is mainly developed from damage inflicted in ...

Organisational Causes of Physician Burnout
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Abstract It has become common for physicians to practice within healthcare organizations as employees, instead of within the more traditional independent contractor role. Concurrent with this tran...

Genital Angioedema to Higher Dose of Ibuprofen
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Genital Angioedema to Higher Dose of Ibuprofen   Abstract: Angioedema represents swelling of cutaneous and subcutaneous soft tissues that occurs as a result of an allergic...

Is Herbal Medicine a Complementary Therapy?
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: “Is herbal medicine a complementary therapy?”   Discuss the ways in which herbal medicine is a complementary therapy and draw your own conclusion. Defining co...