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IFWA 1318-Nutrition

IFWA 1318-Nutrition

IFWA 1318-Nutrition Vitamins and Minerals Characteristics of Vitamins Very small amounts are needed by the body and very small amounts are in foods. The roles they play in the body are very important.

By oshin
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PYELONEPHRITIS

PYELONEPHRITIS

PYELONEPHRITIS. Presented By: Jillymae Medina. Inflammation of the structures of the kidney: the renal pelvis renal tubules interstitial tissue Almost always caused by E.coli. Etiology. Etiology. Usually seen in association with: Pregnancy diabetes mellitus Polycystic

By paul
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Management of Urinary Tract Infections

Management of Urinary Tract Infections

Management of Urinary Tract Infections. Prof.Hanan Habib Pathology Department. Objectives. 1- Recall the principal goal of management of urinary tract infection (UTI) and that antibiotics are the main treatment of UTI 2- Discuss the factors that management of UTI depends on

By JasminFlorian
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Characteristics of Normal and Abnormal Urine

Characteristics of Normal and Abnormal Urine

Characteristics of Normal and Abnormal Urine. Heather Nelson, RN. Urine Amount. Normal: 1200-1500 ml Abnormal: Under 1200 ml Decreased fluid intake Kidney failure Abnormal: Over 1500 ml Diabetes Diuretics Increased fluid intake. Urine Color. Normal: Straw, amber, or transparent.

By adamdaniel
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Safe and Effective Healing with Homeopathy: An Introduction to Lasting Well-Being

Safe and Effective Healing with Homeopathy: An Introduction to Lasting Well-Being

Safe and Effective Healing with Homeopathy: An Introduction to Lasting Well-Being. Presented by: The Healing Arts Institute of Juno Beach 13901 U.S. Hwy. 1, Suite 10 Juno Beach, Florida 33408

By JasminFlorian
(276 views)

Digestion & Nutrition

Digestion & Nutrition

Digestion & Nutrition. Chapter 41. Introductory Question #2. From pg. 845, name the four types of feeders and the organism example shown.

By johana
(340 views)

Basic Nursing:Foundations of Skills & Concepts Chapter 21

Basic Nursing:Foundations of Skills & Concepts Chapter 21

Basic Nursing:Foundations of Skills & Concepts Chapter 21. INFECTION CONTROL - ASEPSIS. Flora. Microorganisms that occur or have adapted to live in a specific environment. Two types: Resident (always present). Transient (episodic). Pathogens.

By salena
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Anatomy-Kidney

Anatomy-Kidney

Anatomy-Kidney. Congenital Anomalies:. Agenesis Fusion Dysplasia Simple cysts Polycystic kidney disease. Urolithiasis – Stones:. Urolithiasis – stones:. Infection. Calcium Stone-Formation. Infected Stone-Formation.   Urinary NH 4 +.  CaP supersaturation.   Urinary pH.

By Pat_Xavi
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Urinary system 5 Congenital and cystic diseases of the kidney, urinary calculi and urinary obstruction

Urinary system 5 Congenital and cystic diseases of the kidney, urinary calculi and urinary obstruction

Urinary system 5 Congenital and cystic diseases of the kidney, urinary calculi and urinary obstruction. Professor John Simpson. Congenital renal disease. ~ 10% born with potentially significant malformation of urinary tract, but congenital renal disease much less common

By Olivia
(685 views)

Foley Catheters and the Risk for Infection

Foley Catheters and the Risk for Infection

Foley Catheters and the Risk for Infection. By:  Corrin Fesko, RN &  Sarah Waronek, RN. At the completion of this presentation, the viewer will be able to:. Define and describe catheter related urinary tract infections (CAUTI’s) Discuss complications associated with CAUTI’s

By Antony
(1476 views)

Alterations of Renal and Urinary Tract Function

Alterations of Renal and Urinary Tract Function

Alterations of Renal and Urinary Tract Function. Chapter 36. Urinary Tract Obstruction. A urinary tract obstruction is defined as a blockage of urine flow with the urinary tract The obstruction can be caused by an anatomic or functional defect Obstructive uropathy Severity based on:

By Faraday
(899 views)

Child Abuse and Neglect: Recognizing, Reporting, and Responding in Early Childhood

Child Abuse and Neglect: Recognizing, Reporting, and Responding in Early Childhood

Child Abuse and Neglect: Recognizing, Reporting, and Responding in Early Childhood . Ally Burr-Harris, Ph.D. Greater St. Louis Child Traumatic Stress Program Center for Trauma Recovery University of Missouri-St. Louis Revised 10/6/04. Greater St. Louis Child Traumatic Stress Program.

By banyan
(916 views)

Colonic polyps By assistant lecturer: Waleed Fouad

Colonic polyps By assistant lecturer: Waleed Fouad

Colonic polyps By assistant lecturer: Waleed Fouad. Background. Polyps are slow-growing overgrowths of the colonic mucosa that carry a small risk (<1%) of becoming malignant.

By jerrica
(657 views)

TRACING THE PATHOGEN Part twelve : Cooperation at investigation or Clinical Microbiology II I

TRACING THE PATHOGEN Part twelve : Cooperation at investigation or Clinical Microbiology II I

L. TRACING THE PATHOGEN Part twelve : Cooperation at investigation or Clinical Microbiology II I. Institute for Microbiology shows. List of topics. Infections of urinary tract – survey. Urine sampling. Possibilities for urine specimen processing.

By freeman
(291 views)

Prepared by Dr . Najdat B.Mahdi

Prepared by Dr . Najdat B.Mahdi

Enterobacteriaceae. Prepared by Dr . Najdat B.Mahdi. Introduction.

By errin
(831 views)

ACUTE SURGICAL INFECTION

ACUTE SURGICAL INFECTION

ACUTE SURGICAL INFECTION. Non-Specific Acute Infection Specific Acute Infection . Non-Specific Acute Infection. Postoperative Wound Infection Cellulitis Erysipelas

By lynde
(1223 views)

Urinary System

Urinary System

Urinary System. The Urinary System. Kidney . Ureter. Bladder. Urethra. Objectives. Objectives. After studying this chapter, you will be able to:. Name the parts of the urinary system and discuss the function of each part

By wilton
(556 views)

Anaerobes and Mycobacteria

Anaerobes and Mycobacteria

Anaerobes and Mycobacteria. Karen Ross PhD rossx007@umn.edu 2007. Objectives. Review basic biology of select pathogens Epidemiology Pathogenesis Clinical findings Diagnosis Treatment and prevention. Electron Transport Chain - Generation of ATP.

By olisa
(489 views)

Chapter Fourteen

Chapter Fourteen

Chapter Fourteen. Physiological Assessment. Pati L.H. Cox, RN, BSN, M.Ed. 1-2008. Holistic Assessment. Holistic assessments go beyond the physical assessment Include all aspects of the older person’s life Used to improve person’s overall health and happiness

By tyanne
(258 views)

Dr Kulwant Singh

Dr Kulwant Singh

URINARY TRACT INFECTION. Dr Kulwant Singh. Principal: S H Medical College Jamshedpur. URINARY TRACT INFECTION . Second most common infection following respiratory infections

By brice
(307 views)

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