... Acute care refers to necessary treatment of a disease for only a short
period of time in which a patient is treated for a brief but severe ... care rendered in an emergency department, ambulatory care clinic, or other short
term stay facility. An important aspect of the current health care crisis ...
... 4% per annum. Its products are very cost sensitive and have a relatively short
life cycle. The diagnostics industry has not been as successful as the ... which is the case with nationally funded medical care, or is it short
term? New policies and procedures will be necessary.
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... and neurobiology
2 Career in social medicine
Career in neurosurgery and ... ideas of social medicine steering his work became republished.
After attending elementary and middle school in his native ...
... deep venous thrombosis or clotting disorders along with a high BMI and other medical risk factors, the surgeon will probably insist on doing several short
procedures in a hospital setting to insure maximum safety for the patient.
The following are the individual components of body contouring:
... researchers believe that episodic memories always rely on the hippocampus . Others believe the hippocampus only stores episodic memories for a short
time, after which the memories are consolidated to the neocortex . The latter view is strengthened by recent evidence that neurogenesis in the ...
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
... in less than 10 minutes. The patient is able to walk out on their own power with the major complaint of a thumping feeling on their heel. View a short
video of the procedure
Because re-inflammation is being introduced, the patient cannot take anti-inflammatory medication afterward, nor should ...
Family history (medicine)
... in cystic fibrosis , hemochromatosis and various other disorders.
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MP, Acheson L. Reconsidering the family history in primary care. J Gen Intern Med 2004;19:273-80. PMID 15009784 .
... and tissues may respond to injury and stress by specific mechanisms, which may vary accroding to the cell types and nature of the injury. In the short
term, cells may activate specific genetic programs to protect their vital proteins and organelles from heat shock or hypoxia , and may ...
... with 600 MBq of technetium-99m-MDP has an effective dose of 3 mSv (1).
It can be noted that more radiation is absorbed by the body during a single, short
(1-2 hour), airplane flight than is taken in by the majority of nuclear medicine studies.
... is often an arousal, which is a change in EEG frequency often accompanied by increased EMG frequency for between 3-15 seconds. These arousals are short
but often can be frequent throughout the night, causing the person to feel tired despite a full night's sleep.
Board of ...
The ability of T cells to recognise foreign antigens is mediated by the T cell receptor , which is a surface protein able to recognise short
protein sequences ( peptides ) that are presented on MHC . During the double negative stage the major maturation step of thymocytes is to express a ...