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Case Management of Suspect Influenza A (H5N1) Infection in Humans

Case Management of Suspect Influenza A (H5N1) Infection in Humans

Case Management of Suspect Influenza A (H5N1) Infection in Humans. Part 1: Background information on clinical features of avian influenza H5N1. Learning Objectives. Recognize clinical features of H5N1 influenza in humans

By Jims
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Acute Leukemia

Acute Leukemia

Acute Leukemia. Rakesh Biswas MD, Professor, Department of Medicine, People's College of Medical Sciences, Bhanpur, Bhopal, India. Leukaemia. A 16 year old girl Extreme pallor gum bleeds, Purpura,With Lymphadenopathy and Hepatosplenomegaly. Possible causes: Investigations and treatment.

By Jimmy
(384 views)

International trak

International trak

International trak. PREP. PREP 2004-21.

By Leo
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A case of altered mental status

A case of altered mental status

A case of altered mental status. J. Stephen Huff, MD Associate Professor Emergency Medicine and Neurology University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia. Let’s talk about a case. 52 year-old man brought to ED by EMS CC: Frontal headache +. History of Present Illness.

By Olivia
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Intro to Procedures: The Arterial Blood Gas

Intro to Procedures: The Arterial Blood Gas

Intro to Procedures: The Arterial Blood Gas. Information Obtained from an ABG:. Acid base status Oxygenation Dissolved O2 (pO2) Saturation of hemoglobin CO2 elimination Levels of carboxyhemoglobin and methemoglobin. Indications:.

By niveditha
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A case of altered mental status

A case of altered mental status

A case of altered mental status. J. Stephen Huff, MD Associate Professor Emergency Medicine and Neurology University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia. Let’s talk about a case. 52 year-old man brought to ED by EMS CC: Frontal headache +. History of Present Illness.

By Mercy
(822 views)

Hot Spots (Or Red Rashes With Fever)

Hot Spots (Or Red Rashes With Fever)

Hot Spots (Or Red Rashes With Fever). Yasmin Tyler-Hill, M.D. Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Pediatrics Morehouse School of Medicine. Objectives. Recognize rashes that are included in the differential diagnosis of Rheumatologic diseases

By daniel_millan
(800 views)

IBS In The Elderly

IBS In The Elderly

IBS In The Elderly. Monica J. Cox ARNP-BC, MSN, MPH Geriatric Nurse Practitioner G.I. Nurse Practitioner Borland-Groover Clinic Jacksonville, Florida. OBJECTIVES. Describe Age-Related Changes In The Digestive System Discuss The Neurophysiology of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

By lotus
(568 views)

Anemia 101- Case Studies

Anemia 101- Case Studies

Anemia 101- Case Studies. Peter A. Kouides MD Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Rochester School of Medicine Attending Physician, The Rochester General Hospital. Anemia classification based on the mechanism. Kinetic Classification (based on retic count)

By emily
(1310 views)

Chapter 19 The Cardiovascular System: The Blood

Chapter 19 The Cardiovascular System: The Blood

Chapter 19 The Cardiovascular System: The Blood . Fluids of the Body . Cells of the body are serviced by 2 fluids blood composed of plasma and a variety of cells transports nutrients and wastes interstitial fluid bathes the cells of the body

By ostinmannual
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Chapter 11 Eating Disorders

Chapter 11 Eating Disorders

Chapter 11 Eating Disorders. Overview of Eating Disorders. Affects more than 5 million people 85% of cases develop during adolescence Co-occurs with other psychological disorders Recognition of disorder is critical to treatment. END-CHAPTER 11 – Very informative: Personal Reflections:

By hyman
(395 views)

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM.

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM.

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. Introduction. INTRODUCTION. Is a bodywide network of cells and organs that has evolved to defend the body against attacks by “ foreign “ invaders. Its success relies on incredibly elaborate and dynamic communications and interactions among millions of cells.

By kueng
(176 views)

The History of Bioterrorism

The History of Bioterrorism

The History of Bioterrorism. Fred T Muwanga MD Msc. Definition of bioterrorism .

By noma
(151 views)

DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS OF INFECTION IN NEONATES

DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS OF INFECTION IN NEONATES

DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS OF INFECTION IN NEONATES. DR.ABED ALHALIM SHAMOUT. Introduction. Diagnostic markers of infection are useful indicators of n.sepsis. Serial measurements of these markers can improve diagnostic sensitivity,and the use of multiple markers can enhance diagnostic accuracy.

By janae
(321 views)

Hot Spots (Or Red Rashes With Fever)

Hot Spots (Or Red Rashes With Fever)

Hot Spots (Or Red Rashes With Fever). Yasmin Tyler-Hill, M.D. Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Pediatrics Morehouse School of Medicine. Objectives. Recognize rashes that are included in the differential diagnosis of Rheumatologic diseases

By brasen
(190 views)

The Blood

The Blood

The Blood . Functions of Blood. Transportation O 2 , nutrients, waste, hormones, heat Regulation—maintain homeostasis of body fluids Regulate pH, body temperature, maintain fluid volume Protection Clotting prevents loss of fluids White blood cells protect against disease

By arlen
(256 views)

Types of WBC’s

Types of WBC’s

Types of WBC’s. Use the information found on pp.311-313 to complete the table. Some info can be found in Table 12.1, p.314. White Blood Cell Count ( WBCC ). “Normal” count is 5000-10000 cells per mm 3 of blood What does it mean if your WBCC is higher than 10000? ( leukocytosis )

By dwight
(429 views)

Guillain-Barré Syndrome Active Surveillance

Guillain-Barré Syndrome Active Surveillance

Guillain-Barré Syndrome Active Surveillance. October 2009-May 2010 Emily Mosites, MPH TNDOH, CEDS. Tennessee Georgia Connecticut Oregon California. Colorado New Mexico Maryland Minnesota New York. Emerging Infections Program (EIP) GBS Surveillance. Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS).

By coty
(308 views)

Sickle Cell Disease Part I & II

Sickle Cell Disease Part I & II

Sickle Cell Disease Part I & II. MR 8/7/09 J. Chen. Introduction. Sickle Cell Disease is a chronic hemolytic anemia- includes hemoglobin varients : SS SC S-beta thalassemia SO Arab SD Characterized by hemolysis , vascular occlusion, organ ischemia, end organ damage

By stevie
(242 views)

Trace Minerals

Trace Minerals

Trace Minerals. Pages 36–39 in textbook. Trace Elements (Minerals). Needed in small amounts Found in plants and animals Content in plant foods depends on soil content (where plant was grown) They are difficult to quantify biochemically

By arden
(534 views)

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