Hydrocephalus

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  • Oohe Case Study

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    OOHE Sedation and Drug Administration 90 Chemical sedation may be the only initial treatment option, until patient agitation is controlled (1-5,8). When considering sedation for ExDS benzodiazepine are recommended as initial treatment, followed by ketamine and antipsychotic administration (4,8,26). Midazolam and ketamine are the sedation intervention in the OOHE with future practice possibly including droperidal administration (21,27-28). Haloperidol is utilised as the antipsychotic in the OOHE (29)

  • Aneurysm Embolization Paper

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    Aneurysm Embolization is done in Interventional Radiology, by an Interventional Neuroradiologist. The radiologist uses guide wires, known as catheters to locate the aneurysm. Through the catheter a small coil can be placed into the aneurysm. With these coils the body will develop blood clots around them which prevent blood from entering the aneurysm. This eliminates the risk of rupturing aneurysms. There are many different types of stents that can be used for aneurysm embolization. Many of these

  • Case Study : Neurology : Psychology

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    position, grossly non-focal CN II-XII, tremor in upper extremities that appears present only with rest, positive glabella tap test and difficulty walking heel-to-toe. - Dementia, elderly patients with dementia fall due to motor disturbances. -Hydrocephalus- consist of gait disturbances and mood changes. 3. What is the most likely diagnosis in this patient? Parkinson’s disease because of the information gathered from subjective and objective data. A 79 y/o male who stares into space, fallen a few

  • Men And Women : Risk Factors, Epidemiology, Presentation, Treatment, And Outcomes

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    In the world, stroke is the rd leading cause of death as well as leading long term disability cause as of . In addition, according to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, % of potentially preventable deaths in the US between and is attributed to stroke. Notably, % of all stroke deaths are women. Current research indicates the existence of a difference between how women and men present with stroke, how they are treated in an acute setting, and how they respond to treatment

  • Analysis Of Sherman Alexie's The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part-Time Indian

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    Everyone has heard a variation of the stock phrase “You can take the X out of the Y, but you can’t take the Y out of the X.” The banality of this phrase can cause people to overlook the basic truth in it. It is another way of saying “You are where you came from.” I could not imagine a better (if somewhat stale) saying for Arnold Spirit, also known as Junior, the narrator and protagonist of Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. Traditions and common ideas of our hometowns

  • The Ethics Of Physician Assisted Suicide

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    According to Mirror News, In October of 2014 a women named Charlotte Fitzmaurice Wise was watching her daughter Nancy Fitzmaurice suffer from pain. She was born with Hydrocephalus and septicaemia which made it impossible for her to walk, talk, eat or drink. She required around the clock care and was fed through tubes. As time went on her health worsened and she would scream in pain even though she was injected with morphine. Wise believed that her daughter was in excruciating pain and deserved to

  • Review Of Sherman Alexie 's ' The Reds And Whites ' Essay

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    This diary described an Indian boy was born with epilepsy and hydrocephalus. Doctors also predicted he would have a several mental problems. However, he was fortunately able to like a “normal” life as other people. He grew up in an unfair society, and full of discriminate and violent. He drew many pictures for his experience and memory and wanted to break the “Reds and Whites” boundary. Despite the tribe could not understand his action, he never gave up and changed his life. This novel was written

  • The, By Judy Blume And The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian By Sherman Alexie

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    Two of the most elusive components of adolescent development are identity and sexuality. The discovery of identity is a puzzling and frustrating experience, especially during adolescence. The pressure to conform is constant and sometimes inescapable. Unfortunately, many young adults collapses under the peer pressure and it takes years for them to find their own uniqueness and individuality. Sexuality is a quagmire of ambiguity and frustration, especially during adolescence. The unpredictable hormonal

  • Analysis Of Watson 's Most Infamous Work Essay

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    Watson’s most infamous work was the Little Albert study he conducted with Rosalie Rayner. The study illustrated that humans can be taught to fear objects through classical conditioning, ultimately providing a foundation for phobias. Watson and Rayner were looking to answer several questions: (1) Is it possible to teach an infant to pair a sound made by striking a steel bar with an animal, and if so will the sight of the animal then make the infant fret? (2) Can the feared response transfer to other

  • Partial Seizures In Adolescents

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    (cerebral spinal fluid), cerebral edema, intracranial hypertension and decreased cranial blood flow. If the condition gets too serious, paralysis, hearing loss, ataxia (loss of muscle coordination, mainly in the extremities), cerebral atrophy, and hydrocephalus (“water