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  • Uterus and Hysterectomy - 1207 Words
    Causes of Hysterectomy Introduction Having a hysterectomy can be one of the most difficult decisions a woman ever has to make. It can threaten your identity, sexuality, and fertility, and lead to lingering feelings of grief, depression, and loss. But sometimes a hysterectomy is necessary in order to increase quality of life, reduce painful symptoms, or even save lives. If you are thinking about having a hysterectomy, it is important to weigh your decision carefully. This report is...
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  • Uterus and Regular Abdominal Hysterectomy
    Hysterectomy What is a hysterectomy? A hysterectomy is a surgical procedure whereby the uterus (womb) is removed. Hysterectomy is the most common non-obstetrical procedure of women in the United States. Why is a hysterectomy performed? The most common reason hysterectomy is performed is for uterine fibroids The next most common reasons are abnormal uterine bleeding, endometriosis, and uterine prolapse (including pelvic relaxation). Only 10% of hysterectomy is performed for cancer. This...
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  • development conception to birth - 1271 Words
    Talisha Brown Developmental Psychology MWF 1:00- 1:50 Journal 1: Conception to birth of baby Adriana Everyone has a passion, a motivation, a true reason to excel in life. For Elizabeth this drive was family. She would do whatever it took to find true love and create a family. It happened instantly; a connection almost effortless. A prestigious adult novelist, Adrian, fell in love with Elizabeth, a budding young actress. Adrian’s short temper and Elizabeth’s calm nature seemed to make for...
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  • Hemic Lymphatic, Digestive, and Male and Female Genitourinary test
    1. Which of the following is the correct CPT code for vaginal delivery with episiotomy and use of forceps? A. 59610 B. 59410 C. 59409 D. 59400 2. Lysis of adhesions is often performed on either the fallopian tubes or the A. uterus. B. ovaries. C. vagina. D. vulva. 3. Which of the following code groups would be used to report a successful vaginal birth after previous Caesarean delivery? A. 59400–59410 B. 59610–59614 C. 59040–59041 D. 59050–59051 4. Which of the following is...
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  • Reproductive System - 2500 Words
    Introduction Reproductive success is measured primarily by pigs produced per sow per year and is dependent upon both far rowing rate and litter size. In order to achieve optimal reproductive rates, both the anatomical and physiological workings of the reproductive system must function properly. A basic understanding of the anatomical and physiological function of the female pig reproductive system can aid producers in anticipating and troubleshooting reproductive problems, and in facilitating...
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  • Equine Reproductive System - 1657 Words
    Equine Reproductive System Tim Heckart In exploring the reproductive system of the horse we must first understand that this system is made up of physical structures and hormonal or chemical secretions, actions, and reactions. While the physical structures are readily identifiable, the hormonal systems are a bit more obscure. Some of these hormonal actions and reactions are still not fully understood today. We begin with the delivery of a Filly. At this stage in her life she already has...
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  • Case Study - 4312 Words
    Catanduanes State Colleges COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES Department of Nursing Virac, Catanduanes Name of Student: Mezil B. Nazareno Ward: OB/DR Year/Block: BSN 2A Date of Exposure: August 8, 2011 Group: 4 Clinical Instructor: Prof. Janet Lim I. Personal Data Name: Sharon Magtangob Gender: Female Age: 25 years old Birthdate: April 18, 1986 Address: Antipolo Del Sur Virac, Catanduanes...
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  • The Sperm and the Egg - 783 Words
    The Sperm and the Egg Anna Carroll PSY 265 When sperm fertilizes an egg, conception occurs. For conception to occur the sperm and egg must meet. This is a story about how Bob, the sperm and Mary, the egg meet for the first time. The moment Bob and Mary come together a new individual is formed. Mary's was produced at the time she was in a fetus's ovaries. It has been over 23 years since she and five million others like her were produced. It is an exciting day for Mary because unlike...
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  • Population Education - 421 Words
    POPULATION EDUCATION (Family Planning) GET STARTED DO YOU THINK FAMILY SIZE AFFECTS QUALITY OF LIVING? HOW IS YOUR FAMILY OR LIVING SITUATION SIMILAR TO THOSE OF OTHERS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD? HOW DOES IT DIFFER? What is Family Planning? It is the practice of deciding the number of children in a family and the intervals between their births. What are the several methods of Family Planning? The several methods of family planning which the couple can choose from: A. Methods...
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  • Anatomy and Physiology: The Female Reproductive System
    ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY The vagina is a thin-walled tube 8 to 10 cm long. It lies between the bladder and rectumand extends from the cervix to the body exterior. Often called the birth canal, the vagina providesa passageway for the delivery of an infant and for the menstrual flow to leave the body.The cervix (from Latin "neck") is the lower, narrow portion of the uterus where it joinswith the top end of the vagina. Where they join together forms an almost 90 degree curve. It...
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  • study of fibroids - 6803 Words
     By UZMA KHATOON BSc (Hons) MEDICAL IMAGING TECHNOLOGY ROLL# 03 SESSION 2010-2013 KING EDWARD MEDICAL UNIVERSITY MAYO HOSPITAL,LAHORE Usg evaluation of most common subtype of fibroid in different age groups and most common risk factor and symptom associated with uterine fibroid. DISSERTATION Submitted to the DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY, KING EDWARD MEDICAL UNIVERSITY MAYO HOSPITAL LAHORE. In partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the degree of...
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  • Female and Male Pigs Share Many Similarities Externally
    Female and male pigs share many similarities externally, but internally they are quite different. Just as the male does not have an external penis, and the scrotum is not well developed until sexual maturity, the entrance to the female’s vagina is hidden beneath the tail. In the female reproductive system the primary reproductive organs of the female is the ovaries. They are small kidney- shaped organs that usually cover the fallopian tubes. Next to the ovary lies the funiculum (funnel...
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  • A&P Lab - 1133 Words
    The Reproductive System Laszlo Vass, Ed.D. Version 42-0025-01-01 Purpose Please explain the purpose of this lab. Include in your explanation the major concepts you learned and any safety concerns associated with the lab. Exercise 1: Microscopic Investigation of Reproductive Structures Observations A. Sketch each slide below and describe the tissues and...
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  • UTERINE FIBROIDS - 1493 Words
     Uterine Leiomyomas Marteasha Gordon,Rebecca Lugo, Rooznikchy Thomas, and Dominique Zawackis Chamberlain College of Nursing Uterine leiomyomas also known as fibroids or myomas, are the most common pelvic benign tumor that affect 70%-80% of women. Uterine fibroids are round or semi-round growths of smooth muscle of the myometrium and fibrous tissue. The growths can be located in the uterine cavity, uterine wall, or on the surface of the uterus into the...
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  • The Sperm and the Egg - 915 Words
     The Sperm and the Egg Jon Smith PSY 265 02/23/2014 Lauren Lappe The Sperm and the Egg During conception, many marvelous processes occur that most people are unaware of. Penetration and orgasm are the common factors of sexual intercourse, but there is much more that goes on. Males produce sperm that battle each other to fuse with the egg, which is produced by females. When these components combine, they create a new being, but the process to get to this point is...
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  • Case Study on Pregancy Pain
    Case Study #7 By Claudia Whitmore A pregnant (5 mo.) woman is reporting pain and an enlargement in her lower right quadrant comes to seek advice on different ways of imaging the area without endangering her baby. What do you explain and advise? I would also ask questions as to whether or not she is suffering from any other symptoms. Ordering blood and urine work on her is also an excellent idea. In Amanda's case study she suggested the pelvic ultrasound. I would take it even a bit...
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  • Leopold's - 370 Words
    Leopold’s Maneuver is preferably performed after 24 weeks gestation when fetal outline can be already palpated. Preparation: 1. Instruct woman to empty her bladder first. 2. Place woman in dorsal recumbent position, supine with knees flexed to relax abdominal muscles. Place a small pillow under the head for comfort. 3. Drape properly to maintain privacy. 4. Explain procedure to the patient. 5. Warms hands by rubbing together. (Cold hands can stimulate uterine contractions)....
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  • Spaying Procedure Analysis Essay
    Spaying Procedure Martha Ureña Montoya English 101 Mr. Carver February 18, 2013 Spaying Procedure In a veterinary surgical room most spaying procedures take around five to 15 minutes to complete, it consists of different steps which are needed in order to complete the procedure correctly. The spaying procedure is what veterinaries do to prevent unwanted female animals, every year millions of cats and dogs, no matter age or breed are put down using euthanasia or left as strays. Stray...
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  • Urinalysis Lab - 487 Words
     The Reproductive System Laszlo Vass, Ed.D. Version 42-0025-02-01 Lab RepoRt assistant This document is not meant to be a substitute for a formal laboratory report. The Lab Report Assistant is simply a summary of the experiment’s questions, diagrams if needed, and data tables that should be addressed in a formal lab report. The intent is to facilitate students’ writing of lab reports by providing this...
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  • CARE PLAN 3 - 1449 Words
    NURSING CARE PLAN Nurs 326 SFSU Student Name: Alena Makarava Instructor/Clinical Site Gerardo Caritan, RN, MSN Date: 2/18/2015 Patient X, 42 y.o G2P1 was admitted to the hospital on 2/9/2014 at 14.45 for planned myomectomy of Uterine leiomyomas (fibroids) Patient’s Name: X Age: 42 Date of Admission: 02/04/15 Date of Patient Care: 02/11/15 Medical History Hyperthyroid/ Graves Strep throat, 1/17/2015 resolved Menorrhagia Reason for admission: Myomatous uterus with multiple...
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  • Syphillis - The Great Pretender
    Syphilis – “The Great Pretender” Syphilis is a sexually-transmitted infection that effect both men and women. The infection, known as Treponema pallidum, is a gram-negative bacterium that is spiral shaped. Also known as “The Pox” and “Bad Blood”, the infection can lay dormant at times which result in no symptoms to its host. On the other hand, and it can also be active at times which symptoms occur. If the infection is left untreated, long term complications may occur and even death....
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  • Pregnancy Outside the Womb - 702 Words
    PREGNANCY OUTSIDE THE WOMB An auction for Marilyn Monroe’s plastic surgery notes, x-rays and other medical records was announced last October 7, 2013 in Los Angeles, USA. In one of her medical record, it is stated that the famous actress had ectopic pregnancy in the year 1957 (Reuter, 2013). Here in the Philippines, same pregnancy case was reported last December 2013 (Sun-Cua, 2013). Pregnancy starts in fertilization. In normal pregnancy, fertilization occurs when a woman’s ovary...
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  • How Stress Can Affect Prenatal Development
    In my pervious posting it discusses how terotogens such as tobacco, alcohol, illegal street drugs (crack/cocaine), prescriptions and over the counter medications contributes to deformation of the fetus with pregnant women. There are psychological terotogen know as stress that induce the same damage to the fetus with pregnant women. Demanding jobs, financial worries, broken relationships or even school work with deadlines (sounds familiar?) are common psychological terotogens that contributes to...
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  • "Life's Greatest Miracle" Essay
    Page 1 Child Growth and Development: "Life's Greatest Miracle" Paragraph In the video Life's Greatest Miracle, I was informed about how children are conceived, how they develop in the mothers body, and how amazing child birth can be. In the beginning it takes you through the steps of how sperm travels as for looking for an egg to fertilize. Although, in just one teaspoon of sperm there can be over 300 million sperm cells, only around 40% of them are usable. The other 60% can be deformed such as...
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  • Fibroids - 654 Words
    A fibroid is the most common tumor found in the pelvis. Such tumors develop most often between the ages of 35 and 45 years, hardly ever before age 20. most fibroids occur in women of reproductive age; they are diagnosed in African American women two to three times more frequently than in Caucasian women. It is currently believed that obesity has a lot to do with fibroid development. Because fat cells make estrogen, women who are obese are more prone to estrogen-dependent conditions, which...
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  • Human Life Cycle - 1004 Words
    The human life cycle is essential to the world's population. It allows individuals to create families that can change society in multiple ways and all those individuals that has the capacity to change the world has a mother. Every soon to be mother wants an easy pregnancy but most importantly hopes and prays for a healthy baby. Understanding pregnancy is important soley due to the fact its a major factor in the cycle of life. Pregnancy involves growth, development and a new beginning. A...
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  • Embryo Transfer - 582 Words
    Embryo transfer is the process of taking fertilized embryos from one animal and inserting them into another. This is very useful today in cattle, because now it is economically feasible and it allows the producer a greater number of offspring from one cow with desirable traits. The process starts normally by artificially inseminating the cow. Exactly seven days later, the uterus is flushed, and the embryos and ova. Next, the embryos will be isolated. The embryos are then inserted into the...
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  • Infertility - 1043 Words
    Infertility and ART (Assisted Reproductive Technologies) There are many things that can cause infertility in both a man and women. Infertility can be cause by poor lifestyle or sexual habits. Although both of these problems can be reversed by change, there are more excessive problems that can happen to a man of a women to cause infertility. PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease) is the most common cause of infertility worldwide in women. PID is an infection in the pelvis or one or more of...
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  • Dilation and Curettage Procedure - 937 Words
    A dilation and curettage procedure, also known as a D&C, is a surgical procedure in which the cervix (lower, narrow part of the uterus) is dilated so that the uterine lining (endometrium) can be scraped with a curette instrument in order to remove abnormal tissues. During the dilation and curettage procedure, the patient is placed in supine position of the body with the legs separated, flexed, and supported in raised stirrups. The doctor inserts a speculum into the vagina, as during a pelvic...
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  • Discharge Summary Case 1
    [pic] DISCHARGE SUMMARY PATIENT NAME: Julie Reynolds HOSPITAL NO.: 11678 ADMITTED: 03/05/2012 DISCHARGED: 03/08/2012 CONSULTATIONS: None. PROCEDURES: Vaginal hysterectomy and excision of sebaceous cyst of vulva. COMPLICATIONS: None. ADMITTING DIAGNOSIS: Pelvic pain. Patient is a 32-year-old white female, gravada 2, para 1, ab 1. Her only child was born in 1994. Patient presented with pelvic pain and underwent GYN work up. Exam was unremarkable except for a...
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  • Pain During Sex - 520 Words
    Pain During Sex... | Is there Pain during sex? For experimentally delivered somatic stimuli, females have lower thresholds, greater ability to discriminate, higher pain ratings, and less tolerance of noxious stimuli than males. These differences, however, are small, exist only for certain forms of stimulation and are affected by many situational variables such as presence of disease, experimental setting, and even nutritive status.For endogenous Pain during sex, women report more multiple...
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  • UTERINE FIBROIDS - 877 Words
    Uterine Fibroids What are they? Uterine Fibroids are the most frequently diagnosed noncancerous tumors of the female pelvis. They are smooth muscle or connective muscle growths in the walls of the uterus. Sometimes, a fibroid is attached to the outside of the uterus by a stalk. Fibroids may grow as a single nodule or in clusters. They range in size from as small as a pea to as large as an orange or small melon. Sometimes fibroids grow large enough to fill the entire abdomen or pelvis. What...
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  • Age and gender - 1341 Words
    Unit 4: Development through the Life Stages Unit Overview Knowledge of human growth and development through the life stages is important for learners who are considering careers in the Health and Social Care sectors because it will assist their understanding of the needs of individual’s at different life stages of life, including their potential care needs. It will also help learners to understand the influence of unexpected events on patients or service users and their families. This unit...
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  • Womens Health - 438 Words
    Women's Health/Family Planning What services are included in women’s health? 1. PREVENTATIVE CARE AND SCREENINGS Regular checkups, including pelvic exams and breast exam Hormonal testing and menopause Breast cancer screenings Pap smears 2. BREAST CARE SERVICES- diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer Breast biopsy Genetic testing for women with a family history of breast cancer Mammogram Mastectomy and breast reconstruction 3. SEXUAL HEALTH SERVICES-important part of the...
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  • Knee Arthroscopy - 667 Words
    KNEE ARTHROSCOPY Procedure Steps: 1. The surgeon marks the anteromedial and anterolateral joint lines and portal positions with a skin marker. 2. The skin areas for portal placement are infiltrated with local epinephrine. If the knee has an effusion, the surgeon aspirates it with a 16-gauge needle on a 60ml syringe, followed by injection of a small amount of distending fluid. 3. After a small stab incision with a #11 or #15 knife blade, the surgeon inserts the irrigation cannula and trocar...
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  • Reproductive System - 448 Words
    Review operative procedures Review surgical procedures for each system Review provider specialties and specialists Know anatomy and physiology of each system Know the positions of the uterus Retroversion: Turned backward with the cervix pointing forward toward the symphysis pubis. Retroflexion: Bent backward at an angle with the cervix usually unchanged fromits normal position. Anteversion: Fundus turned forward toward the pubis with the cervix tilted up toward the sacrum....
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  • Amnioinfusion - 746 Words
    Vanderbilt University Medical Center Policy Manual Chapter: Area Specific Practice Guidelines Policy Number Effective Date Supersedes AS 201111-20.18 10/2010 2003 Amnioinfusion Key Words: Amnioinfusion, labor, labor and delivery, variables Applicable to VUH Children’s VMG VMG Off-site locations VPH VUSN VUSM Approved by Nicole Powell, MSN, RN-C Manager, Labor and Delivery Date Robin Mutz, RNC, IBCLC, MPPM Date Administrative Director, Women’s Patient Care Center Bennett...
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  • Effects of Smoking on Reproduction - 1783 Words
    Effects of Smoking on Reproduction Stacie L. Thomason Tusculum College Abstract The effects that smoking has on reproduction can be extensive. It not only affects women and children, but men as well. Smoking before getting pregnant can cause infertility in both men and women. Other issues than can occur are infertility in men and women, low birth weight in babies, still birth, miscarriage, and effects on children as they grow. After a child is born, issues such as asthma, clef...
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  • OPINION ESSAY - 444 Words
    TEEN PREGNANCY NORMAL OR NOT, THERE IS A BEING INVOLVED While facing the severe realities of teen pregnancy is not pleasant, it must be assumed as any other pregnancy. Do you agree? Teen pregnancy, seen as getting pregnant before 18, is one of the most difficult experiences a young person might ever face when it interrupts school or other future plans. Many people think it is irrational and those pregnancies must be interrupted. It is my opinion that teen pregnancy, although no ideal,...
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  • Female Reproductive System - 887 Words
    Amber Snyder CNA Paper February 13, 2013 Female Reproductive Essay When a girl reaches the age of 13-15, she begins to ovulate or starts her period. This is the age of her sexual maturity, the age of sexual maturity in both male and female is called puberty. The female reproductive system is a complex and important system. The system serves three main functions: to store ova, to produce ova, and to keep a fertilized egg until it is ready to live on its own. What happens in this age?...
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  • 7 1 Work File
    7.1 Work File Review To prepare for the 7.1 Female Reproductive System quiz, carefully complete the work below. Section 1: Fill in the blanks using the word bank below. Site 1 Word bank for the fill in the blank activity below: Ovaries, bladder, fallopian tubes, uterus, rectum, endometrium, menstruating, vagina, urethra, cervix Fill in the blanks using the word bank above. 1. This organ is muscular and houses the developing fetus....
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  • Anatomy and Physiology Case Pres
    Anatomy and Physiology FALLOPIAN TUBE There are two uterine tubes, also known as oviducts and salpinges (singular salpinx). Each uterine tube is associated with an ovary and extends to the uterus along the superior margin of the broad ligament. The fallopian tube allows passage of the ovary to the uterus. The infundibulum is the funnel-shaped end of the uterine tube. The opening of the infundibulum is surrounded by long, thin processes called fimbriae. The inner surface of the...
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  • Vick - 2801 Words
    INVESTIGATORY PROJECT OF BIOLOGY Submitted to Central Board Of Secondary Education ,Chennai Submitted by- NAME – Diksha Nag CLASS – 12th REGISTRATION No. SRI CHAITANYA TECHNO SCHOOL BOYAPALEM 2013-14 CERTIFICATE This is to certify that the project entitled study of Female reproductive system is a bonafied work of DIKSHA NAG with registration no....
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  • Iud - 2647 Words
    The Basics The letters "IUD" stand for "intrauterine device." IUDs are small, "T-shaped" contraceptive devices made of flexible plastic. IUDs are available by prescription only. A woman and her clinician decide which is the right type for her, and the clinician inserts it in her uterus to prevent pregnancy. Two types are now available in the U.S.: • ParaGard (Copper T 380A) — contains copper and can be left in place for 12 years • Mirena — continuously releases a small amount of the...
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  • Abortion: Controversial Hot Topic That Has Been Around for Years
    Abortion, a controversial hot topic that has been around for years. Whether it be for, or against abortion, the side you wish to choose will have many debates associated with it. Not to be confused with the English word, miscarriage, which is the spontaneous, unintentional loss of an immature embryo, or fetus before viability. Abortion is the removal of the embryo, or fetus from the uterus purposely. This may be done if the country, or state that the woman lives in permits the procedure to take...
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  • Female Genitalia Health Assessment Lecture
    Female Genitalia Health Assessment Lecture Objectives: * Describe the structure and function of the female genitalia * Describe particular developmental and transcultural considerations. * Collective subjective and objective data. * Record the findings. * Identify the appropriate nursing diagnoses for problem areas identified. Female Genitalia Structure & Function * Consists of external and internal structures External: * vulva or pudendum (extends...
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  • Sperm and Egg - 770 Words
    This is a story about Sam the Sperm, and Sally the Egg. This is an exciting day for Sam and Sally because they are going to be fertilized today. Fertilization is the moment Sam and Sally fuse together and a new individual begins to form. Sally has been waiting for this day for 28 years, since her egg was produced when she was in the fetal ovaries, along with five million others, but today she is the chosen one! Sam feels like he has won the lotto because he is the only one out of 500 million...
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  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY. The Reproductive system
    A. ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY The Reproductive system’s main function is to produce offspring. Reproductive organs in males and females produce sex cells. These organs sustain the sex cells, transport them to the site where fertilization may occur and in the female, and nurture the developing offspring both before and, for a time, after birth. Reproductive organs produce hormones that play important roles in the development and maintenance of the reproductive system. The female reproductive...
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  • Pregnancy and Breast Tissue - 1007 Words
    Question 1 | 1 points | Save | | Examination of the vaginal and cervical surfaces with a special magnifying instrument is called a ________scopy. | | | | | | | | colpo | | | vagino | | | cervico | | | culdo | | | | | | Question 2 | 1 points | Save | | ________itis is the inflammation of the inner lining of the cervix. | | | | | | | | Intercervic | | | Endometr | | | Endocervic | | | Perimetr | | | | |...
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  • Structure and Functions of a Human Body
    I enjoy researching and learning more about the muscular and reproductive systems it is interesting to learn how they actually work together in our body to help us perform daily tasks in life. I especially enjoy the muscular system, I am a physical fit person, I enjoy daily exercise and keeping myself healthy and in shape therefore learning more about the muscular system is very interesting. The reproductive system is another wonderful system to study and learn about, it is a great part of...
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  • Pre-Natal Development - 710 Words
    PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT The prenatal development in classified into three stages: germinal, embryonic and fetal states. The prenatal period starts from conception and ends at birth. But before we move on to the first stage of Prenatal Development, let us first discuss the physiology and anatomy of the reproductive system. A. PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY OF THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM I. Female Reproductive System Here is an overview of the female reproductive system:...
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  • 3rd and 4th Stage of Labor
    THIRD STAGE OF LABOR: PLACENTAL STAGE Stage 3 refers to the delivery of the placenta. At stage 3, the baby has already been born however, contractions will continue until the placenta is delivered. The placenta separates from the wall and natural removal occurs by uterine contractions. The birth of the placenta takes place 5 – 30 minutes after the birth of the baby. The placental stage is crucial because of the possibility of maternal hemorrhage. Signs of the placental separation are as...
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  • Oxytocin - 342 Words
    Oxytocin Oxytocin is a peptide hormone. It is produced by secreted from the posterior pituitary and synthesized in neurones paraventricular and supraoptic nuclei of the hypothalamus. The functions are contraction of uterine smooth muscle during labor. Contraction of myoepithelial cells around breast ducts and alveoli to stimulate milk flow and it is queried as to whether oxytocin release actually causes the onset of labor. Oxytocin primarily affects uterine smooth muscle - increasing both...
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  • Management of Patients With Female Reproductive Disorders
    Management of Patients With Female Reproductive Disorders Pelvic Organ Prolapse • Weakening of vaginal walls allows the pelvic organs to descend and protrude into the vaginal canal – Risk factors: age, parity, delivery of large babies, possible hormone deficiency – Cystocele - downward displacement of bladder – Rectocele - rectum pouches upward and pushes the posterior vaginal wall forward – Signs/symptoms: pelvic pressure and urinary problems (Cysto), rectal pressure and bowel...
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  • Reflection on Group Work - 1987 Words
    The outlet of the pelvis is filled with soft tissue and the strong diaphragm of muscle being the most important. The main function of the pelvic floor are2 support the weight of the pelvic &abdominal organs.Afford voluntary control over micturition defeacation& flatulation Diminishes the size of the vagina&causes engorgement of the clitoris during intercourse.Influences movement of the fetus during the seconnstage of labour.The pelvic consists of2layersof muscle:superficial layer which is...
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  • The Sperm and the Egg - 785 Words
    The Sperm and the Egg Melanie Chapman PSY/265 June 27, 2013 Sally Henzel The Sperm and the Egg Eggna, one of the many, many, millions of eggs produced while still in the fetal ovaries is finally able to make the journey and become fertilized. It has been twenty some odd years in the making. This long, overdue journey means she will soon be meeting up with Spermy, the lucky sperm who will assist Eggna in forming a new life. Spermy, the selected lucky sperm that was chosen for the...
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  • Placenta Previa - 358 Words
    Placenta Previa Placenta previa is a problem of pregnancy in which the placenta grows in the lowest part of the womb (uterus) and covers all or part of the opening to the cervix. CAUSE, INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS The placenta partly or completely covers the cervix. This is called a previa. There are different forms of placenta previa: Marginal: The placenta is next to cervix but does not cover the opening. Partial: The placenta covers part of the cervical opening. Complete: The...
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  • Fetus Punishment - 566 Words
     Week 3 Should a Pregnant Woman Be Punished for Exposing Her Fetus to Risk? HSM524 The problem at hand is “Should a Pregnant Woman be Punished for Exposing Her Fetus to Risk? This article presented me with two different opinions. There is Jean Toal, from Majority Opinion, Cornelia Whitner, Respondent, v. State of South Carolina, Petitioner (July 15, 1997). The other opinion comes from Lynn M. Paltrow, from “Punishment and Prejudice: Judging Drug-Using...
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  • NCP Labor Pain - 532 Words
    Patient’s name: K.M Age: 17 Diagnosis: Pain related to increased uterine contractions and pressure on pelvic structures Assessment Nursing Diagnosis Scientific Analysis Goals/Objectives Interventions Rationale Evaluation Subjective: “Ang sakit ng tiyan ko at ng likod ko, humihilab” as verbalized by the patient Objective: BP: 120/70 mmHg PR: 71 bpm RR: 17bpm Temp: 36.6 C Pain scale: 8 Pain related to increased uterine contractions and pressure on pelvic structures as evidenced by reports of...
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  • Female Reproductive System - 1155 Words
    Female Reproductive System The reproductive system or genital system is a system of organs within an organism which work together for the purpose of reproduction. Many non-living substances such as fluids, hormones, and pheromones are also important accessories to the reproductive system. Unlike most organ systems, the sexes of differentiated species often have significant differences. These differences allow for a combination of genetic material between two individuals, which allows for the...
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  • Short Summary on Vaginal Cancer
    From breast cancer to cervical cancer these are the types of cancers that women are more prone to have or be familiar with. Vaginal cancer is a rare cancer that occurs in your vagina the, muscular tube that connects your uterus with your outer genitals. Vaginal cancer most commonly occurs in the cells that line the surface of your vagina, which is sometimes called the birth canal. While several cancers can spread to your vagina from other places in your body, cancer that begins in your vagina...
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  • Brave New World Summary Chapter 1
    The novel opens in the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Centre. The year is a.f. 632 (632 years “after Ford”). The Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning is giving a group of students a tour of a factory that produces human beings and conditions them for their predestined roles in the World State. He explains to the boys that human beings no longer produce living offspring. Instead, surgically removed ovaries produce ova that are fertilized in artificial receptacles and incubated in...
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