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Metabolic Syndrom
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This paper “Metabolic Syndrome” will discuss the metabolic syndrome and proceed to analyze the statistics for this condition. The chief goal of treating metabolic syndrome is to lower the risk of heart disease because it can cause death within a short period.… According to Barbara & George (2008), metabolic syndrome refers to a group of risk factors that…
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Metabolic Syndrome
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Metabolic syndrome History Metabolic syndrome is a complex of conditions which prove to be a risk factor for the development of Cardiovascular Diseases. Metabolic syndrome can be traced back to the findings of a renowned physician named Jean Vague. He found out that obesity was directly related to the metabolic disorders of the body.… This complex set of…
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Metabolic Syndrome
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Metabolic syndrome (MetS) consists of pathological conditions that involve arterial hypertension, dyslipidemia, insulin resistance, and visceral adiposity, which lenience the progress of cardiovascular diseases. Metabolic syndrome is increasing in first and third world nations,… o the research carried out on US residents using the NCEP-ATP III standards, the…
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Metabolic Syndrome
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Metabolic Syndrome Institution Date submitted Metabolic syndrome (MetS) consists of pathological conditions that involve arterial hypertension, dyslipidemia, insulin resistance, and visceral adiposity, which lenience the progress of cardiovascular diseases.… The most used criteria are those of the NCEP-ATP III, and IDF. According to the research carried out on…
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Metabolic Syndrome
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Diagnosis of this condition was based on his laboratory exam results and family history. Symptoms of the patient reveal that the condition is commencing at his present age. According to… According to the symptoms displayed by the patient, he has a positive diagnosis of metabolic syndrome; evident from a high fasting blood glucose levels of 140. According to…
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Metabolic Changes
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In line with this, metabolic changes take place in order to accommodate the demands of the body during exercises. While doing this, there are metabolic requirements that a… While discussing these changes, the expose will analyze the reasons why these changes take place. A discussion on metabolic changes will not be complete without a discussion on aerobic and…
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Metabolic Changes
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Instructor Metabolic Changes Physical exercises, whether high-intensity or low intensity, affect the metabolic system of an individual. In line with this, metabolic changes take place in order to accommodate the demands of the body during exercises.… First, the expose elucidates on the cardiovascular and respiratory changes that take place in the body during…
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Metabolic control analysis
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Metabolic control analysis is a model that is used to examine the distribution of fluxes, and other metabolic concentrations in the metabolic pathways among the different enzymes found within the pathway (Heinstra & Geer, 1991). This model presumes that there is a particular… The metabolic control analysis is one way of studying the kinetic behavior of…
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Metabolic research critique
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published in 2010 Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases which is entitled The diagnosis of inherited metabolic diseases by microarray gene expression profiling. The authors of the article explored the gene characteristics of 68… According to the paper, there are approximately 300 accounted types of inherited metabolic diseases (IMD) and there is a continuous…
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Metabolic Disorders Case Studies
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Studies have suggested that the etiology of the disease may have some genetic predisposition. There are also other etiological factors that… Other risk factors to developing type II diabetes include age, race, and history of glucose intolerance, polycystic ovarian syndrome, dyslipidemia or hypertension. Some genes that were found to play a role in type II…
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Pharmalogic Treatment of Metabolic Syndrome
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Pharmacologic Treatment of Metabolic Syndrome Name: Institution: Introduction The conception of metabolic syndrome has subsisted for the past eight decades. Metabolic syndrome is a frequent metabolic disease that is a result of increased obesity (Blaha & Tota-Maharaj, 2012).… In essence, the existence of the metabolic syndrome exposes an individual to the risk…
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Lab report about metabolic syndrome
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Metabolic syndrome is a multi-factorial disorder. It is not a disease but the association of many risk factors. Some of the risk factors include aging, hormonal changes, high triglyceride levels, low HDL cholesterol level, high blood pressure, high fasting sugar micro albuminuria and insulin resistance.… They are catalase, Glutathione peroxidase I ,…
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Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes Mellitus
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Metabolic syndrome has been characterized by insulin resistance which leads to hyperglycemia, dyslipidemia which usually causes abdominal obesity and hypertension. Metabolic syndrome is mostly associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus and caused by the pathophysiologic changes… In early diabetes mellitus, it has been stated that the ability of muscles to take…
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Psoriatic Arthritis and Metabolic Syndrome
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The document below analyzes psoriasis that has a relationship with metabolic syndrome putting into consideration a case study of a twenty nine years old man with psoriasis, as well as joint symptoms. Psoriasis is defined as an ordinary chronic inflammatory disease that is… According to the research done, obesity has been revealed as a sole risk factor for the…
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Gout as a Metabolic Disorder
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Gout is a metabolic disorder classically represented as acute inflammatory monarthritis (Rott & Agudelo, 2003); that is known to be initiated by the crystallization of uric acid (UA) within the joints. Uric acid is the end product of metabolism of purine. … When urates in the blood reach the physiological saturation levels, they crystallize to form monosodium…
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Palaeolithic-type diet and the metabolic syndrome
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Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) is a combination of conditions of disordered energy utilization and storage that are usually derived from a combination of malnutrition and a sedentary lifestyle. The purpose of this randomized controlled pilot-study was to compare any effects a… metabolic syndrome were randomized to a two-week dietary intervention with either a…
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Metabolic syndrome and its management in schizophrenia
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Schizophrenia is a chronic mental disease that causes certain stable changes of the personality, and it is a serious medical and social problem all over the world because it is rather widespread, has considerable impact upon the lives of the patients, and there is still no treatment that is effective enough.… Among other symptoms that are interrelated with…
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Metabolic Syndrome and its implications ( tentative)
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Metabolic syndrome Name Instructor Class 10 July 2011 Metabolic Syndrome Metabolic syndrome (MetS and once called as “syndrome X or insulin-resistance syndrome”) is illustrated by “central obesity, dyslipidaemia and hypertension” (O'Sullivan et al., 2010, p.770).… This paper examines the associated pathophysiology and relative impacts of MetS. Associated…
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Metabolic and physiological adaptations to renal failure
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INTRODUCTION Cells need to be at certain specific conditions before they can function normally. Unlike plants or bacteria, animals cell do not have cell walls covering their plasma membranes. Thus, they are more prone to changes in the ionic concentrations of the interstitial fluid bathing them.… Thus, humans employ organs that protect the cells by maintaining…
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45 year old male diagnosed with metabolic syndrome
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Patients with Type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) exhibit several signs and symptoms that are as a result of the direct pathophysiology processes that are taking place in their body. Specifically, American Diabetes Association (2007) noted that there are several pathophysiology… at take place in the body of patients over time is very important in giving very…
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Medical Paper / Case study on a Patient with Metabolic Syndrome
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Metabolic syndrome is a combination of metabolic abnormalities characterized by abdominal obesity, type II diabetes, atherogenic dyslipidemia (blood fat disorders including high levels of triglycerides, high LDL cholesterol causing plaque build-ups within the artery walls, and… As part of the patient’s treatment and health care prevention, a list of…
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Case Study review on Metabolic Abnormalities in Early Psychosis
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Case Study and review on metabolic abnormalities in early psychosis Name:                          Institution:       Date: Abstract Psychosis and other related conditions have been treated by typical and atypical antipsychotics for a long time.… These side-effects pose a challenge because of the extra risk that they bring in as well as the possible…
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The effects of female reproductive cycle on metabolic rate
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Abstract Metabolic rate in females, unlike males does not remain constant and shows a consistent pattern of variation corresponding to phases of reproductive cycle. The female reproductive cycle is characterised by changes in hormonal levels, energy balance and other associated changes which are responsible for changes in the metabolic rate, although the underlying mechanism of these changes is still not well understood.…
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The effects of female reproductive cycle on metabolic rate
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The Effect of the Female Reproductive Cycle on Metabolism Unlike males, female mammals generally undergo reproductive cycles, which consist of a series of preparation steps for fertilization of the ovum, or egg cell. In humans and other primates, this is known as a menstrual cycle, because it involves menstruation, or periodic vaginal bleeding, as the uterine wall is shed; however, menstruation only happens if fertilization does not occur.…
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Module 3 SLP - microbial metabolic and environmental growth
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The maintenance of metabolic functions to sustain microbial growth is greatly affected by environmental factors such as temperature, pH, nutrient availability, aeration, and the like (Hogg, 2005; Brooks et al., 2007). Since bacterial species are ubiquitous and exhibit different… Different microbial species present varying degrees of thermal stability of its…
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