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Today’s medical field is highly technological and regulated. With the advances in the way that doctors and pharmacists practice medicine it can be hard to believe how provincial the field of medicine was during the late 1800s. The way that medicine was practiced 150 years ago was significantly different as...

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Subject: Application for Admission/Motivation Dear Sir or Madam, I wish to apply to the Doctor of Medicine Program, School of xxxxxxxx, University of xxxxxx for the xxxxxx academic year. My reasons for wanting to study medicine include a strong interest in biomedical science, and my strong desire to help people...

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Internal Memorandum Date: 3/11/2014 To: The Company Managing Director &i Board of Directors From: The Director of Staffing Re: An Evaluation of the Company’s New Staffing Strategy The New Health Medical Systems has introduced new staffing strategies that aim at improving the effectiveness of its human resource and change the...

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The demand for healthcare services will now grow at an unprecedented rate due to a wide range of factors such as more people having healthcare insurance in the U.S., aging population, and an increased emphasis on preventive healthcare. Yet there are legitimate concerns that the healthcare sector may not produce...

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Biomedical research is mostly carried out to animals, if researchers are trying out a new drug before using it on humans the virus is injected in an animal and the vaccine later so as to see if it works. Different animals are used for medical testing, for example rats, monkeys,...

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Organ donating is a decision that a person general makes once they get their driver's license. For some people, its an easy decision either they don't want to do it or they would quickly sign the back of their license indicating that if anything happened to them that their organs...

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Overmedicating children has been an issue that has received much widespread attention in the past few years. More children are being diagnosed with mental health conditions, such as bipolar disorders as young as the age of 4. Prescribing medicine for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has also been...

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Introduction Sickle cell anemia is a complex disease that is characterized by many factors that include the creation of new approaches that impact health in many ways. Sickle cell anemia must be better understood in order to accomplish the desired objectives and to recognize the importance of the disease and...

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This paper reviews medication errors from the perspective of the healthcare system. An overview of medication errors is provided, including the effect that medication errors have on the healthcare systems as a whole. Methods for reducing medication errors are provided among healthcare professionals individually and as a group. Medication Errors:...

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Prescription errors can have devastating health effects on a patient, or may not have any risks at all. The decision to disclose or not disclose errors lies with individual physician. Adverse incidents can occur from appropriate treatment plan executed correctly such as drug related side effects. To avoid prescription error,...

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We are only given one life to realize our potential and this realization was a major factor in my decision to return to school to pursue a career in the medical field. Medicine was always my dream as a child but certain life circumstances led me to a career in...

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New experimental drugs are being developed daily by pharmaceutical companies, each looking to make the next big drug that will bring about big results, and big profits. The process to get those drugs to market is an arduous and costly one and drug companies have a long way to go,...

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Watching the PBS Frontline webcast “The Medicated Child” underlined several issues, both social and medical, associated with mental health and mental health medications. The webcast did a good job of presenting the issues in a balanced way. For example, it seems as though Nicholas were simply a rambunctious 3-year-old who...

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I still remember how one of my aunt’s family had to declare bankruptcy due to enormous medical bills as a result of my aunt’s pancreatic cancer. The family might not have been very rich but they could be considered middle class in America. No one could have predicted it but...

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Many Americans turn to both prescription and over-the-counter medications for the health needs on a daily basis. For many, medications are necessary in order to live or to conduct a normal life so imperative to work and home. But, there are environmental considerations that must be appreciated by all, because...

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Diabetes mellitus affects millions of people across the globe every day by producing dangerous balances of sugars in the blood stream and body cells. There are three distinct types of diabetes with their own pathophysiology and, therefore, their own drug treatments. Type 1 diabetes was previously known as insulin-dependent diabetes...

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Introduction Alcohol abuse is one of the biggest killers in the under 40s in the United States, with the disease itself affecting around 17 million adults (Hasin et al., 2007). It is now stated that around 1 in 10 children live with a parent who has some form of alcohol...

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Conduct disordered adolescents are complex and some of the most frequent inhabitants of the criminal justice system. The goal of the justice system is to get them treatment so that they can be rehabilitated and grow in to successful adults. Conduct disorder differs from other psychological conditions in that is...

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Director of the Division of Hypertension at Boston’s Mass General Hospital, Randall Zusman, has recommended that consuming foods with substantial concentrations of potassium, magnesium and calcium is especially helpful for those who eat significant amounts of canned and processed food. It is also helpful to those who take certain medications...

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The arguments that are advanced by the religious front against medical euthanasia include: Medical euthanasia as a practice is against the will and word of God. The religious argument is not that people cannot harm or kill themselves. Rather, they acknowledge that the free will that people have been given...

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Quality and Safety Improvement Health care is a very dynamic industry because of the consistent progressions in the society that lead to changes in the needs of the patients. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report was launched in order to provide a framework along which improvements can be enhanced in...

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Clonazepam is a benzodiazepine that is principally used to prevent seizures and to treat panic attacks and other anxiety disorders. It is marketed by the Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche under a number of brand names, and best known as Klonopin in the United States. It was first approved by the...

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In my opinion, yes, the incorporation of holistic and alternative medicine with traditional medicine is not only a good idea, it is necessary. The reasons why I believe this is a fundamental history of medicine. The first point I want to make is that the word alternative and traditional are...

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1. According to the article Where does Ebola hide between epidemics? How is it expected that humans may have first contracted the Ebola virus? According to the National Geographic article, Ebola may hide in fruit bats or in birds between epidemics. The CDC states that scientists are not sure where...

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Defensive medicine describes the unnecessary practices and medical procedures that are done by the medics to avoid legal processes. These tests are carried out as self-protection measures for various malpractices. Defensive medicine is a mechanism that is employed in medical situations that are characterized by professional negligence. Extra medical operations...

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