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Acute care

... ambulatory care clinic, or other short term stay facility. An important aspect of the current health care crisis in the US is the result of the growing need for acute care despite a decrease in the number of facilities which provide that care. This mismatch has resulted from the dramatic increase in ...

American Dietetic Association

... research and education. The Foundation's vision is to be a leader in promoting and achieving healthy weight for children, helping to reduce the growing prevalence of childhood obesity. ADAF achieves its goals by providing support for research, education and public awareness programs. The Foundation ...

Babies switched at birth

... and Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 433. ^ Lawrence Joseph Stone and Joseph Church (1973). Childhood and Adolescence: A Psychology of the growing Person . Random House UK Ltd, 46. ISBN 0394317238 . See also Kaspar Hauser — whom some hypothesize to have been the real child ...

Body shaping

... for an entire body , it usually leaves long, visible scars on the arms, chest, stomach and legs . Nonetheless, the body lifting procedure is growing in popularity , thanks to a concomitant rise in weight loss surgeries on the stomach. For instance, in the year 2000 , 207 lower body lifts took ...

Fat transfer

... e-PTFE (polytetrafluorethylene) as the material is known to doctors. Buttocks Augmentation via Fat Injections Currently, many women and a growing number of men want a curvier, rounder and shapelier rear end. While thin patients must opt for insertion of special buttocks implants to fill out ...

Growth attenuation

... of the epiphyses of the bones , resulting in a reduced adult height. Since the 1960s this treatment has been performed primarily on children growing toward an adult height considered unacceptably excessive by their parents and doctors. The cultural consensus of what is considered an excessive ...

Neuropsychiatry

... 2002). However, neurology and psychiatry subsequently split apart and are typically practised separately. Nevertheless, neuropsychiatry has become a growing subspecialty of psychiatry and it is also closely related to the field of Behavioral Neurology , which is a subspecialty of Neurology that ...

Personalized medicine

... funding. However, the advent of molecular diagnostic tests, or theranostics, opens new opportunities in a small but believed to be rapidly growing niche market. New relationships are likely to develop between industry partners committed to personalized medicine embracing the approach of ...

Polysomnographic technician

... (and sometimes a water-soluble glue) that improves the body's electrical impedances, thus giving the computer a better readout. One of the largest growing areas in sleep medicine is in the area of sleep-disordered breathing, especially Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS), sometimes referred to as ...
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