Samples "Medicine"

Medicine

In the modern world, plastic surgery has turned out as a popular procedure for people to fit in their culture, gender, and feeling confidence about their appearance. The practice of plastic surgery has put a lot of pressure for the individual to resemble models and to be accepted in the...

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In today’s world, there are numerous pharmacy organizations across the globe. While majorities are country-based, there are some that are global. Each body is formed for a particular course. Although different organizations have different missions, they share functions. Additionally, a majority of the teams use education and research to achieve...

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Polypharmacy refers to the simultaneous taking of multiple medications to treat one type of ailment. Moreover, it is the usage of four or more drugs by a patient especially the adults of age 65years. 40 % of the elderly are affected by Polypharmacy whereas about 21% have an intellectual disability....

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Multiple sclerosis can be described as a disease disorder that affects that central nervous system thereby inhibiting the flow of information in the brain and between the brain and other body parts. Unfortunately, multiple sclerosis has no cure (Kargiotis et al., 2010). That means that the treatments that are usually...

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Scenario R.M. is an active 61-year-old man who works full time for the postal service. He walks 3 miles every other day and admits he doesn’t eat a “perfect diet.” He enjoys 2 or 3 beers q HS (every night), he uses stick margarine, eats red meat 2 or 3...

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The patient in the case study is taking medications for the treatment of asthma. The first medication listed is salmeterol (Serevent). This medication is a bronchodilator. The pharmacological class is long-acting beta-2 agonist. Therapeutic use is the treatment of asthma and COPD. The mechanism of action is that salmeterol prevents...

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Attention-deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) is defined as a neurobehavioral disorder characterized by patterns of impulsivity, hyperactivity and inattention affecting development and function. ADHD is now accepted as a genetic disorder, meaning that children and adolescents are genetically predisposed although its genotype—observable characteristics—varies because it too is determined by genetic factors...

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John Blake and Cole Dominguez, executives at Sycamore Pharmaceuticals, are in an extremely difficult position with no easy options. The popular drug Osteoporin produced by Sycamore Pharmaceuticals was aggressively marketed for use in other ailments such as Crohn’s disease and lupus prior to scientific studies regarding their efficacy. Blake and...

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Cynthia is a 55-year-old female patient whose labs indicate that she has diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia. As such, Glipizide, an insulin stimulating drug, has been recommended for her care. Hydrochlorothiazide may also be suggested for the control of her hypertension in addition to dietary and lifestyle changes. Finally, Simvastatin has...

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