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Category: Medicine

Trade-Off in Healthcare

Introduction The patterns dominating in modern healthcare market have invoked a debate over trade-off between efficiency and equity. To achieve succe...

Development of Strategic Approach

Strategy formulation plays an important role in decision-making process in healthcare. The approaches comprise directional and adaptive strategies. Th...

Healthcare System of Japan: Main Aspects

The health and medical care system that is currently operating in Japan is one of the most developed in the world, and as a result, for this reason, t...

Communicable Diseases: Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is a communicable disease that usually attacks the lungs and some body organs after an extended latent period within the body. The diseas...

Manual Therapy

The treatment of the musculoskeletal system diseases is an urgent task for modern medicine. Thus, sedentary lifestyle, developed in the process of wor...

Pharmacology

Introduction The term heart failure appears numerously in medical contexts and in the practice of healthcare. The real meaning of the term heart fail...

Application Assignment 3: Policy Analysis

Part 1: Definition of the Policy Issue The policy issue that is discussed in this paper is the provision of affordable health care insurance for the ...

Making the Case for Evidence-Based Practice

Introduction At the current moment, the issue of patients’ falls in hospitals becomes rather significant, because it constitutes an apparent life-...

“Patient’s Cells Deployed to Attack Aggressive Cancer”:Article Summary

The current paper examines the article “Patient’s Cells Deployed to Attack Aggressive Cancer” by Denise Grady (2014). The author dem...

Health & Medicine: PASS Placement

I have chosen PASS placement for practice my assessment skills. In this regard, I have attended five out of six sessions. Many reasons guided me to ch...

Escherichia Coli Bacterium

Introduction Escherichia coli bacterium is a facultative anaerobe that is gram negative microbe. This means that a cell wall is made up of a peptidogl...

Non-Human Primates Should be Used in Medical Testing

Introduction Each year approximately 100,000 apes and monkeys are used for biomedical research globally. They possess similar genetics as human beings...

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is the disorder of central nervous system that is caused by death of dopamine-cells in the brain. The reason why these cells...

Evidence-Based Practice Proposal – Section C: Literature Support

Healthcare in the 21st century has been influenced greatly by evidence-based practices. Clinicians and nurses use evidence-based practices to carry ou...

Code of Ethics

The psychologist’s code of conduct was adopted to regulate the performance of practitioners’ duties in the field of mental health counsell...

Insomnia

Sleep is vital for refreshing the brain and giving the body cells a rest. The imperativeness of sleep is most vividly described by the experiences of ...

Executive Functioning in Alzheimer’s Disease

Introduction Alzheimer’s disease is described as a degenerative disorder that results in profound memory loss and impairment of a number of brai...

Healthy Eating

The food we consume is useful to our bodies. We are what we eat. One’s health depends on the food one consumes. The variety of foods nowadays lu...

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Introduction Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental related turmoil that arises as a result of exposure to a horrific activity. This condit...

The Architecture of Sleep and the Function of Dreams

Often, sleep is perceived to be a period that a creature’s brain relaxes from the day’s activities. Unfortunately, according to many resea...

Polycythemia: Causes and Treatment

Polycythemia is a medical condition that emerges due to rise in the amount of body fluid containing red blood cells in circulation. People suffering f...

Special Features of Alcohol Influence on Woman Body

In the recent years, the world has seen great growth in the number of alcoholics. Particularly frightening is the fact that more and more women are pa...

Genetic Research And Biological Weapon: Problems And Risks

Introduction The end of the Cold War has reduced the threat of a global nuclear holocaust, but also was accompanied by the proliferation of weapons of...

Paraphilia

Introduction According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), fetishism may be diagnosed as paraphilia. The term “p...

Nursing Intervention Case Study

1. Impaired gas exchange relation to the patient’s assessment data According to Carpenito-Moyet (2005), the term “Impaired Gas Exchange&rd...

Social Conditions as Causes of Disease

By saying that “individually-based risk factors must be contextualized,” Bruce Link and Jo Phelan emphasize that before making concluding ...

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is a pathophysiological disorder that disturbs sleeping, thus, causing recurrent obstruction of the upper airway and br...

Psychological Disorders

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a type of psychological disorders, which is characterized by thoughts, ideas, behaviors, feelings and sensation...

Cultural Importance in Health Care

People from different cultures are supposed to have diversities and that should be taken into consideration by doctors and medical staff members. Any ...

Buddhism Spiritual Therapy

It is  widely reported nowadays, that health-related problems have become one of the most important concerns of the mankind.  The costs that...
 
 
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