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    Human Implants

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    Human Implants People have a lot of questions about if a microchip should be implanted in humans or animals. The system would be admitted slowly at first to try and let people get use to the idea of a microchip in their arm. The reason for this admission slowly of the new microchips is to keep them from there unease of the system usage and appearance the microchip may give off. Many people would benefit from a microchip implant in their children, to have immediate access to their medical records

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    Breast Implants

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    Breast Implants Why do women get breast implants? Do the breast implants make them feel good about themselves? Breast implants are a serious threat because, there are many risks involved, there are many disorders that are possible, and there are illnesses that you could catch after the operation. According to Marian Segal, many of the women who have had breast implants don’t exactly understand what is in their body. Silicone contains organic compounds, which have the physical properties of oils

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    cochlear implants

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    Cochlear Implants A cochlear implant is an electronic device that restores hearing for people anywhere from hard of hearing to the profoundly deaf. The cochlear implant is surgically implanted under the skin behind the ear. The surgeon puts the electrode array inside the inner ear and than inside the cochlea. The implant works by a device outside the ear, which rests on the skin behind the ear. It is held upright by a magnet and is also connected by a lead to a sound professor. What happens when

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    Cochlear Implants

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    Cochlear Implants As the life expectancy of the general population continues to increase, so has the number of people experiencing varying types of perceptual loss. One area of perceptual loss that is gaining more and more recognition is auditory functioning. The number of individuals experiencing a post-lingual hearing loss, or hearing loss after the acquisition of language, is increasing among the older adults in our society. This increase has facilitated a need for a means of managing such

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    Dental Implants

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    META: Getting surgical implants is the healthier alternative to traditional dentures. Implants are also more comfortable and natural looking than dentures. Many professionals consider dental implants to be the gold standard for tooth replacement. For many patients, getting implants to replace their damaged or missing teeth is also the first choice. There are many good reasons to prefer implants over other tooth replacement options. Dental Implants are the Next Best Thing to Natural Teeth Strong

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    Cochlear Implant

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    damaged. Ranges of technology such as hearing aids continue to expand and assist victims of hearing loss, however; the technology scientists had produced and offered to the public in the past, could only amplify sound. The development of the cochlear implant had significantly expanded ever since an Australian otolaryngologist, Professor Graeme Clark and his team of three Melbourne health professionals- audiologist Professor Richard Dowell, surgeons Dr Robert Webb and Dr Brian Pyman had successfully formed

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    Breast Implants

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    breast implants Many of the inplants had ruptured Almost seven out of ten silicone-gel breast implants scanned by researchers had developed a leak. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) study could reawaken the debate over the safety of breast implants. Many women claim that leaking silicone-gel has sparked serious illness, including chronic autoimmune disease. The FDA team used MRI scans too look at 344 women with implants. They found that 69% had a least one ruptured implant.

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    Breast Implants

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    Breast Implants One of the first uses of silicone in a medical implant came in the form of lifesaving tubes implanted into young children to funnel excess fluid from the brain into the chest cavity, where the fluid could be safely metabolized and excreted. Since these "shunts" were first used, in the late 1950s, silicone in various forms has come to be an important part of many implants. "It is used in tracheotomy tubes, in artificial lenses for the eye, in artificial heart valves and in facial

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    Cochlear Implants

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    among the deaf. My mother’s speech is very outstanding, and her lip reading is fantastic. I haven’t met many other deaf people with such great speaking ability. Growing up she would always get told, “Kerrie, why don’t you consider getting a cochlear implant?” With her being very confident, secure, and proud of who she is and the community in which she has grown up in, she refused every time the question was asked. Although she was a good candidate, she stood her ground for what she felt was right and

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    Cochlear Implants and the Internet

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    Since my specialty is education of the deaf and hard-of-hearing (D/HH), I have been exposed to the highly emotionally charged debates on the issue of cochlear implants (CI). I was interested in finding out how easy (or difficult) it would be for hearing parents with deaf children to receive balanced and unbiased information on cochlear implants. Could they acquire the knowledge they would need in order to make informed decisions on behalf of their children on the World Wide Web? For those unfamiliar

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