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    The current project assigned at the Oviedo Emergency Room is primarily focused on the needs of the new Oviedo Medical Center The intended audience of this project will be to the CEO of the Oviedo Medical Center. The purpose of this project presentation is to analyze raw data that will help to address knowledge gaps in support of service line development. This will be done by determining the types of cases coming out of the initial patient service area (PSA), conducting a market analysis, understanding

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    Net neutrality was the big talk towards the end of 2017. Taking away net neutrality would cause chaos in my opinion. Making schools and other organizations pay to use technology only discourages them from doing so which is a major step backwards in such a technological point in time. The world is constantly creating new ways to implement technology to our everyday lives and charging us to do so is not a step in the right direction. Saying that getting rid of net neutrality will do away with discrimination

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    Autism is a mental condition that can occur in children from birth but is diagnosed in early infancy or early childhood. It is a complex neurobiological disorder that typically lasts throughout the lifetime of a person. It can be considered as a spectrum of disorders characterized by severe developmental deficiencies that can affect socialization, communication, emotional development and can cause repetitive or unusual behaviors. The ranges of the symptoms are mild to severe. There is a milder form

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    Schizophrenia is characterized as a chronic mental illness that causes disabling of the brain. It is one of the world’s top ten causes of long-term disability and it affects about one percent of the world’s population [2, 5]. Symptoms of schizophrenia are categorized into three groups. The most common are positive symptoms which include: hallucinations, delusions, thought disorders, and movement disorders. Negative symptoms include: the flat affect, which is no movement of the face and talking in

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    Drugs and alcohol effects

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    paper that examines the effects of parental substance abuse on their children and argues that such abuse greatly increases the chances that their children will, likewise, develop substance abuse problems. A 5 page introduction on the importance of obstetric/gynecology centers on many aspects of women's health care. Identifies the problems inherent in crack cocaine use among pregnant women and stresses the importance of educational programs in the reduction of crack cocaine usage and suggests that viable

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    low-resource countries, who give birth without access to medical help. If a woman’s labor becomes obstructed, she could remain in excruciating pain for days before her baby is finally dislodged. Her baby likely dies and she is often left with an obstetric fistula, a small hole created by constant pressure from the fetus, which renders her incontinent. A fistula is a hole between the vagina and rectum or bladder that is caused by prolonged obstructed labor, leaving a woman incontinent of urine or feces

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    OB/GYN Research Paper

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    women care about the gender of their physician? Males should become OB/GYNs since some women do prefer males, there is a growing need for these doctors and since the quality of care is more significant than the gender of the caretaker. OB/GYNs are, obstetrics and gynecology doctors, specialized with the female reproductive system. Compared to other professions, this field is mostly occupied by females. However recent research by Amino, a healthcare database, shows

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    care used to be and still is at some facilities segregated into three departments; intrapartum, postpartum and nursery. This care is often called “transitional” care, and has been described as “rigid and inflexible” (Waller-Wise, 2012). During my obstetrics rotation, the transition to family centered care was observed. Patient A.B. was a 26 year old female who had delivered her baby girl at 0502, approximately two hours before I assumed care of the patient with my preceptor. This was her third pregnancy

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    Ultrasound Technology

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    What is Ultrasound? Ultrasound or ultrasonography is a medical imaging technique that uses high frequency sound waves. It is a high pitch frequency that cannot be heard by the human ear. In ultra sound the following happens: High frequency sound pulses (1-5megahertz) are transmitted from the ultrasound machine into your body using a probe. The sound wave will travel into your body until it hits an object such as soft tissue and bone. When the sound wave hits these objects some of the wave

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    The ethical roles of the government as it pertains to the rights of medical practice are a slippery slope. One may argue “How can the government make decisions based solely upon the best interest of itself”. With this being focused mostly in regards to it’s stances on abortion and the rights of doctors to make ethical and moral decisions on whether or not they want to practice abortions in their clinic. While bearing in mind ethical values relating to medical practices, the role of conscience is

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