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The Causes of People exercise

body metabolism and produces the protein. Moreover, doing an exercise is good for disease prevention. Especially, it is really beneficial for the elderly to disease prevention. Due to the old people are in a high-risk group of disease like myocardial infarction, senile dementia, and so on. As a result, doing an exercise makes life healthy. Secondly, people can enhance their appearance since they exercise. Today, more and more people think that having a good muscle is more appealing than other people...

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Cholecystitis

assessments including smoking history, OTC drugs, anti-coagulant drugs, herbal remedies, past respiratory problems, and nutritional status. Focused assessment of the heart, lungs and abdomen. Completion of an ECG because of the patient’s previous myocardial infarction history, and chest X-ray to exclude right lower lobe pneumonia. Full pain assessment (COLDSPAA), and assessment for nausea. Assess for skin integrity: wound, infection, rashes, excoriations or bruises. Potential for acute pain and discomfort...

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Electronic Health Record

electronically which allows multiple users to view the patient data at once rather than searching through binders for that information. These electronic records come in handy when used in emergent situation such as receiving a patient with a myocardial infarction and needing to transmit information such as an EKG and radiologic results to consulting doctors. Not only that, but we live in a world full of natural disasters, some predictable, some aren’t. With that being said, it is important to be able...

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Comorbidities Research Paper

35% of deaths were due to pulmonary causes, 27% of cardiovascular disease, the tumors in 21% and 7% of unknown causes. It has become increasingly evident that a reduction of respiratory function connects to an increase the risk of death from myocardial infarction 7.9, with a very close correlation between the reduction in FEV1 and mortality cardiovascolare8. The most interesting correlation found between the two conditions is the presence of an inflammatory condition persists, that would be implicated...

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Worst President of the United Staes

interests during the sharp deflation in 1920, which lasted for about one year. During that downswing of the economy, wages dropped drastically, and over twenty thousand business failures occurred. Harding finally died at the age of 58 from a myocardial infarction, more commonly known as a heart attack. He was fortunate not to have lived earlier, because his death came just as major scandals about his administration were coming to light. He would have had the wrath of the American people to deal with...

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DCurry SC121 05 Unit 8 Assignment Homeostatic Imbalances

fibrillation (AF), ventricle premature contraction, ventricle tachycardia (VT), and ventricle fibrillation. Congestive heart failure (CHF) is when the heart no longer pumps efficiently due to a prolonged underlying condition such as CAD, previous myocardial infarction, congenital defects, or high blood pressure. As previously stated these to body systems work in conjunction with each other. The endocrine system requires the cardiovascular system to transport hormones through the blood stream to...

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Health Promotion in Nursing

tertiary prevention is the routine screening for and management of diabetic associated conditions in a diabetic patient such as renal ,eye, and foot problems. Eliminating offending allergens from asthmatic patients. Preventing reoccurrence of myocardial infarction with blood thinners such as aspirin, Plavix etc. The use of physical therapist and occupational therapist to regain physical function in a stroke patient. Nurses in their different area of nursing plays important roles in health promotion...

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Aneurysm

true aneurysm is one that involves all three layers of the wall of an artery (intima, media and adventitia). True aneurysms include atherosclerotic, syphilitic, and congenital aneurysms, as well as ventricular aneurysms that follow transmural myocardial infarctions (aneurysms that involve all layers of the attenuated wall of the heart are also considered true aneurysms).[2] A false aneurysm or pseudo-aneurysm does not primarily involve such distortion of the vessel. It is a collection of blood leaking...

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Progeria: Senescence and Mayo Clinic Staff

that show some die younger and some live to an abnormally long age in the twenties(Mayo clinic staff, 2011). The progeria patient usually dies from myocardial infarction due to athersclerosis complications. Another cause of death in progeria patients is stroke and heart complications. Other causes of death range from interstitial fibrosis, diffuse myocardial fibrosis, and calcification of the mitral and aortic valves(Shah&Elston, 2011). Although progeria patients suffer from severe complications of development...

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Competencies Between Nurses Prepared at Associate Degree Level vs Baccalaureate Degree Level

if it is a BSN she would use her critical thinking ability and look beyond the present complaints and think of other body system that can issues like as study shows that female client does not exhibit any chest pain even if they are having myocardial infarction, so the BSN uses her skills and look at that and try to do a cardiac workup and call the MD and do all that is needed to treat the pt and keep the client out of danger.By this action she will keep the clients family happy. Obtaining a BSN...

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