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Understanding Pathophysiology 5e Huether For

The study of physiology is a crucial aspect of human knowledge and key to a doctors instruction in medical school.There are four phases that medical school can be broken down into.The makeup of the body and how the body works.What can go wrong with the body and how to deal with the body when something does go wrong.With this in mind,you are able to comprehend why doctors,students or educators,and even chiropractors or therapists have to take advantage of the human anatomy diagrams and program study that everybody should know about. 159 more words

100 Case Studies in Pathophysiology Of

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Basically ERP case studies are carried by companies to promote their products and help prospective customers to study the various aspects of development and installation and usage of the ERP software.An ERP case study begins with a detailed understanding of the cost saving analysis, working of the company the various business processes which occur in a company, a detailed vendor evaluation process, requirement study, implementation process including the date wise steps and customization issues, and a final concluding study. 206 more words

Porths Pathophysiology 9e, LWW 2014

Succeed in your pathophysiology text with this 9th edition of Porth’s Pathophysiology: Concepts of Altered Health States. Captivating and easy-to understand, this proven book provides comprehensive, nursing-focused coverage designed to help you grasp both the physical and psychological aspects of altered health. 281 more words

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12 Lead ECG and Stroke, pt. 1 (Overview)

15-30% of strokes are cardioembolic and 60-90% of stroke patients present with ECG abnormalities. (Source)

So let me ask you some questions. Is it important to obtain a 12 lead ECG during a suspected acute stroke in the prehospital setting?  852 more words

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Tales from the Cryptogenic, pt. 1

Depending on what statistic you’re looking at anywhere from 30-40% of strokes result from an unknown cause.

That’s right. A full work-up of these patients reveals no cardioembolic causes, no large-artery occlusive disease, and typically an absence of risk factors. 231 more words

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Power Napping @ LSM

We hope Justin Deguzman wasn’t having nightmares about Pathophysiology & those “K-type” questions. It makes us shiver just thinking about it!