The Future of Nursing

Nursing is considered to be among the most versatile profession within the medical care profession. Since health care has advanced over the years, nursing profession has reinvented itself several times. Today, the role of nurses in medical institutions has continued to change. Patients now demand to have a more convenient…

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Von Hippel-Lindau Disease

Von Hippel-Lindau disease (VHL) is an autosomal dominant syndrome that leads to a diversification of tumors in patients. Von Hippel-Lindau disease results in appearance of tumors in numerous vital organs, such as central nervous system (CNS), eyes, kidneys, pancreas, epididymis, adrenal gland, and inner ear. VHL considers being a reason…

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Streptomyces

Streptomycetes are considered to be the most significant source of antibiotics that are employed for medical, agrarian and veterinary aims. They appeared about 450 million years ago being branched filamentous organisms suitable for the usage of plant remains. They have a major interest to people’s well-being and are a part…

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Brachial Plexopathy

Brachial plexopathy is an ache, pathlogy, injury, limited movement, or reduced feeling in the arm and shoulder as a result of a problem with nerves. It includes brachial plexus, a system in the nervous system in the lower neck and shoulder area where all the upper extremity nerves occur. Brachial…

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Augmentative Synthesis

Human being cloning has in recent times been among the most sensitive issues facing humanity. Even though, cloning has drawn widespread debate, in some quarters of society, widely accepted. Whilst the majority of people, not in support of cloning of human beings, there is a small minority that bases their…

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Risk of Breast Cancer

Clinical breast examination (CBE), magnetic resonance imagine (MRI) and screening mammography are considered to be the effective tools for detecting occult cancers in women with an increased predilection for the developing of this disease. Mammography was the primary method used for breast cancer screening that has reduced the mortality rate…

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Sickle Cell Disease

Abstract In this essay, the main accent is on the peculiarities of sickle cell disease, its symptoms, pathophysiology, genetics, managements, prognosis, and epidemiology. Undoubtedly, sickle cell disease is one of the severest diseases that dramatically influence modern society, since it reduces lifespan to 50 years. Geographically, one can investigate that…

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Treatment of Deep Venous Thrombosis in a Female Thriathlete

Deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is a medical condition, which is characterized by a blood clot in the deep venous system. Deep venous thrombosis is a prevalent clinical issue that has affect on more than 250,000 people in the United States and 25,000 people in Canada every year. In spite of…

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The Nursing Process

The reason of decrease of vision can be various. It may have genetic predisposition. Moreover, it depends on the lifestyle and working conditions. Jessica came with the decrease of vision in the left eye. Here is the time to perform the nursing process. It is the way of implementing the…

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Syphilis

Syphilis is an infection that is transmitted through direct exposure with a person who has the disease, in most cases during the process of sexual act. Syphilis is considered to be one of the most hazardous sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The quantity of people suffering from syphilis in the United States considerably reduced between the mid 1940s…

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