Telephone triage nurses have a range
of titles: “advice nurses”, “telepractitioners”, ... Telepractice Settings
Telenurses practice in a range
of settings, from large medical call centers, ... for nurses for the assessment and management of a range
of symptoms. Protocols may be in paper or ...
Ambulatory blood pressure
... D i p = 1 − f r a c ( s l e e p S B P )( A w a k e S B P ) * 100%
SBP => Systolic Blood Pressure
0% - 10%
10% - 20%
American Dietetic Association
... pediatric ( children 's) health, food technology , food safety , geriatrics ( elderly ) health, health-care reform , obesity and the full range
of food and nutrition topics. The association also sponsors National Nutrition Month in March in the U.S. To help better communications with the US ...
... equation (Bramwell JC, Hill AV. The velocity of the pulse wave in man. Proc R Soc Lond (Biol) 1922;93:298-306).Typical values of PWV in the aorta range
from approximately 5m/s to >15m/s.
Measurement of aortic PWV provides some of the strongest evidence concerning the prognostic significance of ...
Artificial induction of immunity
... beneficial. Since Pasteur provided support for a germ theory of infectious disease, we have increasingly induced immunity against a widening range
of diseases to prevent the associated risks from the wild infections. It is hoped that further understanding of the molecular basis of immunity will ...
... APS-1 ), also known as Autoimmune Polyendocrinopathy-Candidiasis-Ectodermal Dystrophy (APECED). Disruption of AIRE results in the development of a range
of autoimmune diseases, the most common clinical conditions in the syndrome are hypoparathyroidism, primary adrenocortical failure and chronic ...
... who have Congestive Heart Failure , there is also a cachectic syndrome. Also, a cachexia co-morbidity is seen in patients that have any of the range
of illnesses classified as " COPD " (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), particularly emphysema.
In each of these settings there is full-body ...
Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
Live biological tissues can be saturated with the clathrate-forming gas(es) by diffusion or perfusion at the appropriate pressure in the range
1–50 bars at a temperature above clathrate-forming temperature. After saturation, the biological tissue is cooled, first below the clathrate-forming ...
... deep wrinkles to appear. Correction of a wrinkled forehead usually leads to a more youthful look. Patients requesting the procedure commonly range
in age from 40 to 60.
In the hands of some surgeons, a forehead lift can also reduce the amount of sagging skin found on the upper eyelids.
High Frequency Ventilation
... Ventilation (HFPPV)
High Frequency Positive Pressure Ventilation is typically utilized by using a conventional ventilator at the upper frequency range
of the device (typically 90-100 breaths per minute). A conventional breath type is used and tidal volumes are usually higher than (HFOV, HFJV and ...
... physical properties of the radiopharmaceutical used, its distribution in the body and its rate of clearance from the body.
Effective doses can range
from 6 μSv (0.006 mSv) for a 3 MBq chromium -51 EDTA measurement of glomerular filtration rate to 37 mSv for a 150 MBq thallium -201 non-specific ...
... that affect a variety of organs and tissues, including Alzheimer's disease , Parkinson's disease , type 2 diabetes , amyloidosis , and a wide range
of other disorders (see Table).  
The proteopathies are also called protein conformational diseases ,  because a change in the ...
... (Tissue texture change, Asymmetry, Restriction, and Tenderness). The physician uses techniques such as layer-by-layer palpation and intersegmental range
of motion testing to make the diagnosis.
The physical manifestation of somatic dysfunction is frequently associated ...