Abbott, R., White, L., & Ross, G. (2004). Walking and dementia in physically capable elderly men. Journal of the American Medical Association, 292, 1447–1453. Abengozar, C., Bueno, B., & Vega, J. (1999). Intervention on attitudes toward death along the life span. Educational Gerontology...
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2010 worldwide and this is estimated to grow to 439 million by 2030. (19) T2D has been associated with a variety of other health problems such as cardiovascular disease, blindness and shortened life expectancy. (4,40) The prevalence of the disease is associated with obesity and overweight as well as a ‘Western’...
United States is approximately 7-10 women per 100,000 live births. National statistics suggest that approximately 8% of these deaths are caused by PPH. In industrialized countries, PPH usually ranks in the top 3 causes of maternal mortality, along with embolism and hypertension. In the developing world...
This case study will discuss three medical interventions for a 56 year old female who was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit following an out of hospital VF cardiac arrest presumed secondary to an inferior/inferolateral STEMI. The patient experienced 12 minutes of downtime before return of spontaneous...
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Cardiac disease in patients with mucopolysaccharidosis: presentation, diagnosis and management
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used in hospitalized patients and can be an appropriate means of therapeutic management under specific circumstances. However, many indwelling urinary catheters are used without clear indications (Gokula, Hickner, & Smith, 2004; Jain, Parada, David, & Smith, 1995), thus putting patients at an unnecessary...
them, this guide, like so many of FDA’s initiatives, would not have happened. We also thank Nancy Derr and Elena Ketelhut for their thoughtful and patient help in seeing the guide through the production process. Finally, we thank the guide’s authors and reviewers. Each has either served on the Committee...
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Metabolic Impact of the Amount and Type of Dietary Carbohydrates on the Risk of Obesity and Diabetes
Begoña Manuel-y-Keenoy*,1 and Lucía Perez-Gallardo2
Laboratory of Nutrition and Functional Food Science, Faculty of Pharmacy, Biomedical & Veterinary Sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium
the disease from progressing there are several medications available to help treat symptoms and slow down the process of progression. Through many studies, ways of prevention have been discovered that if done early on in life can decrease risk of contracting the disease. But for the family members those...
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