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Geriatrics

Geriatrics

16/06/2019. Geriatrics. By Rafi Howard. What does a Geriatrician do?. A geriatrician is a doctor who specializes in care of the elderly and the diseases that affect them. The approach tends to be holistic (taking into account their social circumstances) and involves a multidisciplinary team.

By MikeCarlo
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III YEARS BLOCK 8 – OESOPHAGUS SYMPOSIUM OBJECTIVES

III YEARS BLOCK 8 – OESOPHAGUS SYMPOSIUM OBJECTIVES

III YEARS BLOCK 8 – OESOPHAGUS SYMPOSIUM OBJECTIVES. • Recognition of common diseases of the oesophagus. Cancer and reflux • Principal manifestations of oesophagus disease • Dysphagia • Heartburn • Odynophagia • Haemorrhage • Principles of diagnosis and treatment. THE SYMPOSIUM.

By willis
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What Are Essential Oils?

What Are Essential Oils?

What Are Essential Oils?. N atural aromatic compounds found in various parts of plants P rovide plants with protection   Made up of volatile organic compounds Very clean , almost crisp, to the touch and are immediately absorbed by the skin. . Why Essential Oils?.

By jude
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Chapter Two Venous Disease Coalition

Chapter Two Venous Disease Coalition

Chapter Two Venous Disease Coalition. Pathogenesis and Consequences of VTE. VTE T oolkit. Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) =. 1. Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) 2. Pulmonary embolism (PE). VTE T oolkit. Definition. DVT. PE. VTE (venous thromboembolism ). VTE T oolkit.

By ginny
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Anemia

Anemia

Anemia. Low RBC’s or Low Hemoglobin Low in iron Symptoms: Fatigue , bruise easily, paleness, rapid heart rate Sickle Cell Anemia African Descent- low oxygen due to shape of RBC’s. Aneurysm.

By nile
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Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids. Anatomy. Anatomy. Hemorrhoids are not varicose veins. everyone has anal cushions. The anal cushions are composed of blood vessels, smooth muscle ( Treitz’s muscle), and elastic connective tissue in the submucosa

By teo
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A CHILD IS BORN

A CHILD IS BORN

A CHILD IS BORN. Noel Gilbert. In the beginning . From the start… to the end.. . Couples. From generation to generation, life renews itself in the encounter between males and females. Couples mate, kiss, have sex and make life. . The woman. Female. What the woman does… .

By selah
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Topic 6.2.1 – 6.2.7 The Transport System Page 210 - 216

Topic 6.2.1 – 6.2.7 The Transport System Page 210 - 216

Topic 6.2.1 – 6.2.7 The Transport System Page 210 - 216. What will we learn? -How the heart works -Evolution of the heart -Structure/function of blood vessels -Structure of blood. “Formed elements” include: Red Blood Cells White Blood Cells Platelets.

By piper
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What is the cardiovascular system? The heart is a double pump heart arteries arterioles

What is the cardiovascular system? The heart is a double pump heart arteries arterioles

What is the cardiovascular system? The heart is a double pump heart arteries arterioles   veinsvenules capillaries. The double pump. Serous membrane. Continuous with blood vessels. Chambers of the heart; valves. Valves control flow of blood from one chamber to another

By brina
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Cardio/Pulmonary Disease Management

Cardio/Pulmonary Disease Management

Cardio/Pulmonary Disease Management. Presented by Rochelle Sidie, RN, BSN Missouri. Army Regulation 40-501 Chapter 3. 3-21. Heart. 3-21 a. CORONARY HEART DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH:.

By kele
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Phylum: Annelida

Phylum: Annelida

Phylum: Annelida. “ringed”, commonly called segmented worms Examples: earthworms, marine worms, leeches. Traits. Segmented, round, wormlike bodies. Traits. Bilateral symmetry. Traits. cephalized. Traits. Ventral nerve cord. Traits.

By lilly
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Healing the Heart

Healing the Heart

Healing the Heart. Chinese Herbs for Sleep and Anxiety Kerry Jenni M.S., L.Ac. Licensed Acupuncturist. Yin and Yang. Five Branches Of Chinese Medicine. Acupuncture Herbs Nutrition Massage Meditation. Five Elements. TCM Terms. Qi Meridians Shen. TCM Diagnostics.

By raoul
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Diametrical Alterations of the great saphenous vein in correlation to venous reflux

Diametrical Alterations of the great saphenous vein in correlation to venous reflux

Diametrical Alterations of the great saphenous vein in correlation to venous reflux. By: Andre Sanchez Presented on: 04/19/12. Glossary/Table of Contents. Slide 1-Title Page Slide 2-Glossary Slide 3-About Me Slide 4- Problem Slide 5-Hypothesis Slide 6-9- Research Slide 10-Purpose

By sharis
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Posterior Tibial Artery

Posterior Tibial Artery

Posterior Tibial Artery. Artery of the Posterior Fascial Compartment of the Leg The posterior tibial artery is one of the terminal branches of the popliteal artery. It begins at the level of the lower border of the popliteus muscle The artery passes behind the medial malleolus

By rae
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Circulatory System

Circulatory System

Circulatory System. Blood Vessels. Series of interconnecting tubes that transport blood to all parts of your body. Arteries. Carry blood away from the heart Have elastic walls made of smooth muscle that can stretch and narrow to change diameter of artery.

By nasnan
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Third Trimester (28-40 weeks)

Third Trimester (28-40 weeks)

Third Trimester (28-40 weeks) . 8 th Month - Baby. 28th week – settling into proper position for birth (head facing downward), blinking, possibly dreaming 29th week – close to birth length (~17 in) but will need to almost triple weight

By ryann
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Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems. Lesson 1: The Cardiovascular System Lesson 2: Caring for the Cardiovascular System Lesson 3: The Respiratory System Lesson 4: Caring for the Respiratory System. The Cardiovascular System. Lesson 1. Functions of the Cardiovascular System.

By silver
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The Circulatory System

The Circulatory System

The Circulatory System . Three Main Parts . Heart Blood Blood Vessels . The Heart . Human beings have a four chambered heart: two atria and two ventricles. Located in the thoracic cavity, behind the sternum, and between the lungs.

By netis
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Disease/Disorders of the Heart

Disease/Disorders of the Heart

Disease/Disorders of the Heart. Coronary Artery Disease. Angina Pectoris: Chest pain, caused by lack of oxygen to heart muscle, treat with nitroglycerin to dilate coronary arteries. Edema fluid in tissues, often caused by poor circulation. Myocardial Infarction. MI or Heart Attack

By josie
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Blood Vessels of lower limb

Blood Vessels of lower limb

Blood Vessels of lower limb. Objectives Describe topography of major vessels Illustrate clinical relevance of vascular anatomy. Blood Vessels of lower limb. They include the following: Femoral, popliteal, obturator, gluteal, tibials and their branches

By jamil
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