Etiology and Treatment of Schizophrenia
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The researcher states that treatment of schizophrenia has substantially progressed in the last decade. A battery of treatments may be availed of to alleviate symptoms, to enhance quality of life, and to restore productivity and functioning. Treatment options discussed in the essay are related to the clinical phases of schizophrenia today.
Implementation of EMR System
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Electronic Medical Record System or EMR system is a computerized process for handling and managing patients’ data through an automated system in a systematic manner. The data stored in the system can be shared across the different departments of the organization through the network at any point of time.
Pharmacological Management Of Congestive Heart Failure Using Captopril And Its Therapeutic Implications
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The discussion proper is divided into three sub-sections which focus on: congestive heart failure; pharmacological management of CHF; and Captropil and its pharmacological properties, adverse reactions and some statistics. The literature revealed that CHF results from changes in the structure and function of the heart.
History of Medical Education With Emphasis to Its Formal Origins
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According to the report medical education received further boost with the advance of Christianity. Such factors, as promulgation of doctrine and teaching that protected and supported sick persons, led not only to further discussions on the causes of illness, but also entailed the establishment of first institutions.
Understanding malaria
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The main reason behind choosing malaria as a topic is that it has been the prime root of death and morbidity in the global context. In the year 2011, malaria has been the reason for 660,000 deaths worldwide, which laid the requirement of making further researches in relation to this particular field National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, “Understanding Malaria”).
Parkinsons Disease
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Despite many studies conducted about the disease, the cause of it is unknown. It is known that the mutation of genes in the family will likely to pass it on to the next generation. Factors like toxins, smoking, and vitamin E deficiency is shown to play a role in its prevalence to as the brain and the nervous systems are sensitive to their presence.
Parasitic Parasites
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Malaria maybe caused by one of the four species of Plamodium parasites-Plasmodium falciparum, P.vivax. P.ovale and P.malariae. However, Plasmodium falciparum is found all around the world especially in the tropics and kills more than 1 million African children each year.
Panoramic X-Rays Using Sirona Machine Galileos Galaxies
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Dental X-ray diagnostics technologies are skyrocketing speedily into the third dimensions leading to enhanced efficiency and effectiveness in the operations. According to Kau& Richmond (2010)orthodontics, implantology, as well as, oral and maxillofacial surgeries have especially called for the improvement of the imaging technology.
scan virus for all domestic animal in Saudi Arabia
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In order to solve this public health problem, the virus for all domestic animals should be scanned in Saudi Arabia. Studies show that animals transmit 60 percent of infectious illnesses. A third of the
Microbiology Assessment
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E.coli O157:H7 is among the enterohemolytic forms of E.coli that has been reported in many food related outbreaks. It is highly acid-tolerant and therefore may survive in acid rich foods such as
Differentiate among the three fungal phyla
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During the reproduction process, the hyphae of two organisms join to create gametangia. Joining of the gametangia leads to creation of Zygosporangium and zygospore. The zygospore creates haploid sporangial after undergoing division. An example
5 questions
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This was just a mere connection of the two variables he used. Explicitly, the 1935 research just proved the hypothesis that can be framed as, is there a connection between fungus and silkworm (Tortora 40). However, the results were not
microbiology and biotechnology
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The other goal of using gene therapy in agriculture is increasing the nutritious value and provision of useful qualities and quantities. Gene therapy has also been used in agriculture to produce materials that they do not
Dopamine and its Role in Parkinsons Disease
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Beyond the physical issues for Parkinson’s disease, there are also mental and emotional challenges. Central to these other issues is depression, dementia, psychosis and personality disorders. Depression is one of the most prominent of the disorders with 45% of people with PD experiencing it (Lemke 9).
Genetics and hybrid animal technology
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While some people favour these technologies, others have dissenting views over the same (Toby & Eyck, 2005). This paper focuses on one of such technology i.e. genetics and Hybrid animal technology with regards to its description,
microbiology and biotechnology
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The other goal of using gene therapy in agriculture is increasing the nutritious value and provision of useful qualities and quantities. Gene therapy has also been used in agriculture to produce materials that they do not
Safety Aspects of Food Processing
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In most cases, it is the legal responsibility of the food manufacture to set a reasonable, responsible, and valid shelf life that protects the health of the consumer. In some cases, this responsibility can be passed onto certain
MLT1 Task 5
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However, if the broth remains red it indicates negative because the organisms cannot ferment glucose (McDevitt, 2009). The major groups of glucose fermenting
MLT1 Task 11
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Microbes play a myriad of various functions in our ecosystems. According to Toy (2008), these roles include, among others, protection against infection such as by providing a healthy counter-active microbial flora, aiding decomposition and soil enrichment, processing of foods
Antibiotic sensitivity
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This is done using the Kirby and Bauer method. The paper is divided into three sections. Section one is an introduction to the process of bacterial sensitivity to various antibiotics and various methods used in testing for sensitivity.
Mathematical Analysis of Stress on Different Types of Teeth
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This assignment is one of the most impressive I have done in my undergraduate years. At first, we were all puzzled, when our professor talked about this project on the first day of the class. Each group had to choose a topic relating to biomechanics and design methods, draw a conclusion and make a poster like many researchers do in their laboratories.
MRSA Infection
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According to the author of the text, the reason for MRSA being a high risk and high alert pathogen is that this strain of S. aureus is resistant to antibiotics, especially beta-lactam antibiotics such as oxacillin, amoxicillin, penicillin, and methicillin. Additionally, MRSA is responsible for causing severe problems such as pneumonia, bloodstream infections, and surgical site infections.
Schistosome parasite
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There are specific risk factors that put increases the infection rate of the illnesses. Specifically, these include being in contact with
Agglutination of bacteria
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Agglutination occurs when the reagents bind with the epitopes on two different surfaces and link them together. Lectins are proteins which bind to specific carbohydrate
Does diet have an impact on breast cancer recurrence
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From the analysis, it was established that diet including high intake of vegetables, fruit and fiber, and low intake of fats and calorie can have significant impact
E coli growth curve
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In this experiment we constructed the growth curve for Escherichia coli grown on Luria Broth (Media buffered to pH 7.0) since the media allows faster growth and good yield of microbial species (Sezonov et al, 2007, p.8746). Slight change in
micro
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The statement succeeds in hazard identification as it identifies both health concern and pathogen that causes the concern. This is because an established
wet amounts and Hanging Drops
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The two methods that can be effectively used to detect active cells in a liquid include wet amount method and the hanging drop method. In the hanging drop method, a little drip of liquid is suspended
the competition between 2 fungi in same sugar (food) source can lead to change PH and color
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S Ganodermopthorum can be found wildly in most tropical trees. To extract it you have to take precisely cut wood from a chosen tree of your choice. Since different species
Citrobacter freundii
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freundii. The biochemical tests also show that fertilizer had the best identification compared to the three samples collected. The biochemical tests were done and used in reference to the information available on the Bergy’s Manual of Determinative
MLT1 Task 8
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The practical was done successfully and the observations were noted. Microbial growth varied depending on the concentrations of the solutions immersed in. Increase in cell number is the meaning of microbial growth (Excerpta medica foundation, 2007). Isotonic
autoclave
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Autoclaves can be of different sizes. Large autoclaving systems obtain steam from steam generators whereas small autoclaves get steam from boiling water. Typical internal autoclave settings are 121 degrees centigrade for 15-20
Heart attack
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The heart muscle needs a constant supply of oxygenated blood to keep it nourished. This blood is transported to the heart through the coronary artery. However, the coronary artery can become narrow and hinder the flow of blood to the heart. This is often caused by deposits of fatty matter, proteins and inflammatory cells on the coronary artery.
Nitrogen removal from wastewater using anaerobic ammonium oxidation (Anammox) process.
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At the time, the process was attributed to bacteria belonging to the genus Planctomycetes. The initial finding was followed by more detection of the bacteria in oceanic zone water columns with the least amounts of oxygen, in anoxic marine sediments, arctic sea
Organ Transplant
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This paper will intend to justify our position in accordance to a clear justification and referenced explanation in the premise that considers the bioethics of organ transplant.
RNA silencing for the prevention of Phytophthora root rot in avocado
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These are considered to be one of the most invasive organisms. It affects all the areas producing avocadoes and causes substantial damage to the trees. The increasing
Anthony Atala: Printing a Human Kidney
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Anthony Atala is a practicing surgeon and researcher in the field of regenerative medicine. His current work focuses on growing new human cells, tissues and organs. Anthony’s speech is presented to an audience in an auditorium with the use of visual aids which give more detail and understanding to the audience on the subject that he is discussing.
identification of unknown
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Before performing the experiment one should have adequate knowledge in staining methods, isolation techniques, microbial nutrition, biochemical characteristics and general characteristics of microorganisms to be able to identify the unknown bacteria. It is vital
Social Work Practice with Children in Schools and Therapeutic Settings
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The main idea of the paper is to show the implications of the traumatic experience on the examlpe of the case study of Ramon Rivera. It is evident that the first childhood trauma of the boy occurred three months before the family shifted Boston to a suburb due to their fears of gang violence in his native city.
Answer 7 individual questions
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To aggravate pathology further, the host cells function abnormally (Tortora, Funke & Case, 2010). The virus affects their genetic machinery, weakens it and finally kills such cells. Prions are exclusively proteins with no genetic material. They cause an infection
Critical Thinking Assignment Polio Crusade Reflection
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They also note that polio has been linked to autism. However, I would like to help this couple. First, I would like to inform the couple that vaccination is a
Unraveling the redox properties of the global regulator FurA from Anabaena sp. PCC 7120: disulfide reductase activity based on its CXXC motifs
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This bacteria-FurA from Anabeana PCC 7120 sp. is crucial as it has five cysteine residues and among them, two are in an arrangement of two redox CXXC motifs. This is important as it will be the basis of the
Sickle cell anaemia
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According to Steinberg (2009:104), sickle cell anaemia arises when a person has abnormal haemoglobin leading to a halt in proper oxygen transportation. It is
Citrobacter freundii
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Unknown #20 was obtained from the instructor. The procedure followed was as stated in Bergey’s manual. The unknown was streak out using the T streak
Genetic Engineering
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The author of this paper states that expansive and continued research and experimentation in the field of genetic engineering and the cloning of organisms will produce major breakthroughs in the science and engineering field about the knowledge of organism and especially human anatomy in the genetics topic.
Malaria
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In U.S, it was observed that people who had visited other countries, especially West Africa, indicated high contract of the infection. Minimal cases,
Rabies (lyssavirus )
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The research paper is part of the categorical steps taken towards realizing and bringing out an ultimate response to the effects of the infection among human beings and other living animals like dogs and foxes. Moreover,
Comparison of vaginal microbial community structure in healthy and endometritis dairy cows
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This paper presents a review of the article on the protective properties of the normal flora in the reproductive tract. The article characterises the vaginal microflora on the postpartum cows by comparing the healthy cows with those suffering from endometritis. The study used sampling of five healthy and five cows with the condition of interest.
Selective Media
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Media has essential nutritive components that support bacterial growth. Microorganisms can acquire nutrients from the media to sustain their growth. Some media have substances that may inhibit or enhance the growth of some bacteria; hence such media is
An Interview Formulated From Kleinmans Explanatory Model
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I interviewed a Type 2 Diabetes patient. The main aim of the interview was to find out about the challenges that patients suffering from chronic illnesses go through and the role patient narratives can help the doctors in providing them with proper medical care. The interview was smooth and the interviewee did not show any form of resistance.
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