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    Gastric Bypass Surgery

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    A Second Chance at Life: Gastric Bypass Surgery In the recent years, American adults and even children have become morbidly obese, which has fueled a campaign for an effective intervention. The intervention that is beginning to receive widespread popularity is gastric bypass surgery. According to Tish Davidson and Teresa G. Odle in the article ‘Obesity Surgery,’ “gastric bypass surgery [is] probably the most common type of obesity surgery; gastric bypass surgery has been performed in the United

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    Gastric Bypass Surgery “The time for action is now. It's never too late to do something” (Sandburg, 1967). In the world today, people try to live up to societies’ standard of beauty seen

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    The purpose of this evidence-based nursing practice paper is to discuss the effectiveness of deep-breathing exercises in the care of a patient who is recently postoperative a coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG). It will also critique two professional research studies on this topic, and will answer three essential questions about each study. What are the results of the study? Are the results of the study valid? How are the findings clinically relevant to this patient? The patient, who will

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    healthier lives. Works Cited Plüss, C., Billing, E., Held, C., Henriksson, P., Kiessling, A., Karlsson, M., & Wallen, H. (2011). Long-term effects of an expanded cardiac rehabilitation programme after myocardial infarction or coronary artery bypass surgery: a five-year follow-up of a randomized controlled study. Clinical Rehabilitation, 25(1), 79-87. doi:10.1177/0269215510376006

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    Gastric Bypass Surgery

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    Gastric bypass surgery involves reducing the size of one’s stomach to about the size of a walnut and connecting this smaller stomach directly into the jejunum or the middle section of the small intestine, bypassing part of the small intestine. Since the small intestine is where most calories and nutrients are absorbed, gastric bypass surgery can result in weight loss. Sleeve gastrectomy is similar in that the surgeon reduces the size of the stomach with resulting weight loss. In a sleeve gastrectomy

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    Obesity and Gastric Bypass Surgery

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    “I found there was only one way to look thin: Hang out with fat people.” Rodney Dangerfield In this research paper we will be looking at obesity, gastric bypass surgery, the cautions that the surgical technologist face working with a bariatric surgery. What is obesity? Obesity is having too much body fat. It’s not the same as being overweight which means that a person weighs too much. A person that is overweight maybe overweight due to extra muscle, bone, water, and having too much body fat. Obese

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    Animals Are Good

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    Prevention of polio (rabbits, monkeys, rodents), discovery of DNA (rats and mice), development of open-heart surgery and pacemaker (dogs), development of cancer chemotherapy (monkeys, rabbits and rodents). 1960s: Development of lithium treatment (rats and guinea pigs), prevention of rubella (monkeys). 1970s: Prevention of measles (monkeys), treatment for leprosy (monkeys, armadillos), heart bypass surgery (dogs). 1980s: Development of monoclonal antibodies for treating diseases (mice, rabbits), organ transplant

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    suffering on animals. Animals are entitled to be free from acts of cruelty. Animals, however, are important in research because their body systems are almost identical to humans. The use of dogs developed open-heart surgical techniques, coronary bypass surgery, and heart transplantation. Animals have helped in some ways, such as the discovery of the polio vaccine. The pulsing pain of electrodes planted in a chimps' brain is repulsive. The death of a tortured ra... ... middle of paper ... ...re

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    Communist countries the right of access to health care is very well practiced, because no one is denied health care. In a Communist country you could go to the Doctor for lets say a Flu shot or a complicated procedure such as a triple coronary bypass surgery and the government will pick up the tab, because in co... ... middle of paper ... ...that Communism is really not that bad if it is administered right. When I started to compare and criticize capitalism compared to Communism I found out

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    Vegetables - It's What's for Dinner

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    Vegetables - It's What's for Dinner James Garner, a washed-up hollywood celebrity, was paid by the meat board to tout beef as, "Real food for real people." In April of 1988, James Garner underwent a quintuple coronary artery bypass surgery (Realities 1989). This is just one of the shocking side effects of consumption of meat. "The practice of vegetarianism involves eating vegetable products and not consuming meat, fish, and in many instances, egg and dairy products." ("Vegetarianism"). Thus

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