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NCLEX® Pharmacology Review - Therapeutic Drug Levels (lithium, digoxin, theophylline, phenytoin)
 
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Understanding Total vs Free Phenytoin
 
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Online calculator to correct total phenytoin for low albumin (http://clincalc.com/Phenytoin/Correction.aspx) or for concurrent valproic acid (http://clincalc.com/Phenytoin/WithValproicAcid.aspx)
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Nursing Pharmacology  Dilantin
 
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Learn about a seizure medication called dilantin quickly and easily! This video includes drug information that registered nurses and nursing students need to be aware of. It also includes information about seizure in general. Additionally there is a nursing exam/NCLEX style quiz available to help you test your knowledge! http://empowern.com/2016/02/dilantin/ I would like to thank the video contributors: Artem Shestakov Dr. Meena Rizalyn Joy Gadugdug Maria Salvacion Gonzales Critical Analysis of Dilantin (Phenytoin) Drug Dilantin or Phenytoin is a drug primarily used in the prevention and management or control of specific types of seizures or epilepsy (mainly with complex partial seizure and generalized tonic-clonic seizures), and also in the prevention and treatment of seizures that occue during or after a neurosurgery. Therefore, this drug is categorized as anticonvulsant or anti-epileptic according to the drug categorization system. It is thought to act through the reduction or slowing down of the brain impulses that may lead to seizures. One must note that this medication is not effective in treating all types of seizures and a physician can assess if it is the right medicine for a certain patient. In addition to its efficacy in limiting seizures, Dilantin drug frequently enhances the medical condition as well as the outlook of epileptic clients. There is a substantial evidence that Dilantin is effective in the treatment of certain cardiac arrhythmias. This drug medication may be sold under various brand names and/or in a variety of forms including capsules, infatabs, suspension and vial/injectable forms. According to the Federal law, the sale of Dilantin drug is prohibited without prescription. Action Mechanism for Dilantin Drug Dilantin or Phenytoin induces its anticonvulsant activity by blocking sustained high frequency repetitive firing of the action potentials. This is achieved by reduction in the amplitude of the sodium-dependent action potentials through the enhancement of steady state inactivation. Sodium channels may exist in three key conformations- resting state, open state and inactive phase. Dilantin binds preferentially to the inactive form of sodium channel. Since it takes some time for the bound Dilantin to dissosciate from the active channel, a time dependent chaneel block exists. Because the fraction of the inactive channels is enhanced by membrane depolarization and repetive firing, the binding to the inactive state by Dilantin sodium can lead to voltage dependent, use-dependent as well as time dependent block of action potentials that are dependent on sodium.
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Dangers of Dilantin
 
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The Dangers of Dilantin
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Lab or Diagnostic Findings: Drug-Induced SLE (hydralazine, isoniazid, phenytoin, procainamide)
 
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Pharmacology Phenytoin
 
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Drug Interactions TDCI Nursing Mnemonics, Nursing School Study Tips
 
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Listen to all the episodes at: https://www.nrsng.com/labspodcast/ View this post on our blog: https://www.nrsng.com/drug-interactions-tdci/ Drug Interactions Coumadin and ilosone: ilosone can increase the effects of Coumadin, increase risk for bleeding Coumadin and Dilantin: potential for increased effects of both Coumadin and Dilantin Theophylline and dilantin: if taken orally they can interfere with absorption of each other and decrease medication effect TDCI (These Drugs Can Interact) Theophylline Dilantin Coumadin losone (Erythromycin)
Phenytoin Synthesis
 
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UJ CM, Katedra Syntez i Technologii Środków Leczniczych, synteza fenytoiny (lek przeciwpadaczkowy)
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Phenytoin IV compatibility and stability
 
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Drugs Side Effect - Phenytoin & Valproic Acid
 
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Vitamin D . Rickets - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim
 
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Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video explains about the Importance of vitamin D for bone health. Vitamin D is an essential vitamin needed for normal calcium and phosphate homeostasis. Unfortunately, over 100 million Americans including children have a vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D is important for proper maturation and development of bone. The importance of vitamin D is also discussed in immunity, cancer and other conditions. Some people claim vitamin D to be a miracle hormone. vitamin D is essential for strong bones, because it helps the body use calcium from the diet. The man action of vitamin D is absorption of calcium and phosphate from the intestine. Where does vitamin D come from? vitamin D comes from diet and exposure to the sun. vitamin D is naturally found in fish. Both vitamin D from diet and converted by sunlight are not biologically active and needs to be activated before achieving all of its functions. What foods are rich in vitamin D? 1-cod liver oil, best source but it tastes bad. 2-Fish such as salmon, tuna, swordfish, and oysters (need to eat a lot to meet the required amount) 3-Ham, salami, sausages 4-Fortified cereals 5-Mushrooms 6-Eggs 7-Dairy products such as milk and cheese (not a lot of vitamin D) 8-Supplements •Cod liver oil (3.5 oz): 8500 international units (very good source) •Raw herring (3.5 oz ): 900 international units •Salmon (3.5 oz) : 600 international units •Multivitamin: 400 international units •Milk ( 1cup): 100 international units (not a very good source) How about the sun? known as the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D is produced by the body in response to skin exposed to sunlight. Cholesterol derived precursor ( pro-vitamin D3) is formed in the liver and stored in the skin. Provitamin D is activated by ultraviolet light yet it still requires more steps for activation. 10-15 minutes per day is enough exposure for light skinned individuals and darker skinned people need more exposure. If you are in the sun for 15 minutes, you may get about 10,000 units of vitamin D. How does metabolic activation occur? Metabolic activation occurs by adding two hydroxyl groups. One is at he carbon 25 in the liver and one at the carbon 1 in the kidney. Hydroxylation to 25 vitamin D3 occurs in the liver. The big organ takes the big number-25 25 (OH)- vitamin D3. Another hydroxylation occurs in the kidneys. The small organ takes the small number -1. The result will be 1,25 (OH)2- vitamin D3. This is the active form vitamin D and works mainly on the intestines and bones. Activation of vitamin D is controlled by the PTH hormone (Parathyroid hormone) any problem with this activation process of vitamin D will lead to deficiency due to an insufficient diet, lack of sun exposure, liver or kidney disease. Dilantin impairs the metabolism of vitamin D in the liver. Once the vitamin D is activated in the kidneys, it is then carried by a carrier with vitamin D binding protein to its target tissue. The target cells have receptors and vitamin D is bound to these receptors which lead to conformational changes in the nucleus. The receptors are found in the intestines, the bones and maybe the kidneys. The primary function of vitamin D is absorption of calcium and phosphates from the intestines. vitamin D influences activity of the cells that remodel and build the bone. 1,25 dihydroxy vitamin D stimulates RANKL expression. RANKL (ligand) is secreted by osteoblasts and binds to the RANK receptor on osteoclast precursor and mature osteoclast cells. Osteoclast activation stimulates bone reabsorption. In the kidneys, vitamin D helps in regulation of calcium absorption in the tubules. The parathyroid glands are on the back side of the thyroid gland. Elevated vitamin D decreases the formation of parathyroid hormone. Parathyroid hormone stimulates the conversion of 25 vitamin D3 to 1,25 hydroxyvitamin D in the proximal tubules of the kidneys by stimulating 1 alpha hydroxylase enzymes. Receptors are also found in the cardiovascular and immune systems. What are the stimuli for the release of 1,25 vitamin D? •Low serum calcium concentration •Low serum phosphate concentration •Elevated PTH levels. What are the factors that inhibit the production of vitamin D3? •Decreased parathyroid hormones •Elevated serum calcium and elevated serum phosphate. What are the net effects of vitamin D on plasma calcium and phosphate concentration •Increased plasma calcium •Increased plasma phosphate. There are three types of rickets related to vitamin D: •Vitamin D deficient •Vitamin D dependent •Vitamin D resistant. Become a friend on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/drebraheim Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/DrEbraheim_UTMC Background music provided as a free download from YouTube Audio Library. Song Title: Every Step
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Transferring a solution from a vial to an iv bag
 
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"Plasma Protein Binding of Drugs" in 3 minutes
 
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Plasma Proteins Binding High PPB Low PPB Displacement drug interactions Diseases which induce low plasma protein formation
Lithium NCLEX Question: Lithium and Salt
 
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This video is about Lithium Question 2 QUESTION #2 A nurse was giving health teaching to a client newly prescribed with lithium medication. Which of the following client statements indicates understanding about the medication? A. “When my mood fluctuates, I can increase the dosage of the medication” B. “I can still eat my favorite salty food” C. “I can crush an extended-release tablet, if ever it will be difficult for me to take it whole by mouth” D. “Drinking too much cranberry juice will help maintain a desirable lithium level”  Clients under lithium therapy don’t need to limit their sodium intake, instead it is recommended to keep salt intake the same as before prescription of the lithium medication.  Increasing the dose of lithium without evaluating the client’s lab works can cause lithium toxicity, overdose, and renal failure.  Extended-release tablet should be taken whole, it is uniquely made to release the medication slowly in the body, breaking the pill would cause the drug to be release at one time.  Watermelon, cantaloupe, grapefruit juice, and cranberry juice will not therapeutically help in maintaining desirable lithium level because of its diuretic effect. The correct answer: is B
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Calculating Corrected Calcium Level
 
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A rough guide for HO in Malaysia. Local Practice might differ. Discussions are welcomed.
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IV Medication Administration:  Reconstituting an IV Medication [UPDATED]
 
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This video series was created by the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta with support from eLearning Services -- Faculty of Nursing. All rights reserved. For demonstration purposes only. In clinical settings artificial nails are not permitted.
What Is UIBC In A Blood Test?
 
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My iron serum and saturation are high, while ubic low, tibc okay anemia chronic illness recovery. Iron moves through the blood is it necessary to have tibc uibc tested along with transferrin? My doc ordered both but lab did not know what was and said they couldn't find 8 feb 2013 scand j clin invest. Uibc, and transferrin test sample. The amount of transferrin that is available to bind and transport iron reflected in measurements the total binding capacity (tibc), unsaturated (uibc), or saturation 26 oct 2014 what are clinical indications for performing tibc & uibc, blood test? Following tests significance 15 mar 2010 learn about (uibc) test other know problems can be diagnosed with we now offering direct consumer tests! disorders (tibc) unbound serum ferritin a list our accredited please visit ukas website 1 ml this called. Iron binding capacity, unsaturated (uibc) legacy health. Total iron binding capacity tests, test results & diagnosis ny what is uibc and tibc in an profile anemia message board the diagnostic accuracy of unbound (uibc) as total (tibc) healthline. Iron disorders institute tests to determine iron levels. Diagnosis iron and serum ferritin tests keratin. The unsaturated iron binding capacity (uibc) is measured using total (tibc) or sometimes transferrin a medical laboratory test that measures the blood's external links[edit]. Unsaturated iron binding capacity blood test for bright hub. Find out unsaturated iron binding capacity (uibc) 16 jan 2014 of transferrin present in circulating blood is the. Uibc, and transferrin test sample tibc, uibc, the tibc & blood dovemed. Iron serum 104 5 jan 2017 use only iron free collection tubes, pipets and test tubes. Ml minimum whole blood draw). Unsaturated iron binding capacity (uibc) heft pathologytkwhat is an blood test? Webmd. Iron binding capacity reference range, interpretation, collection uibc and transferrin saturation at lab tests online diagnosis iron serum ferritin keratin. Tibc lab tests online labtestsonline understanding analytes test url? Q webcache. Tibc lab tests online tibc, uibc, and transferrin the test. Googleusercontent search. Tibc, uibc and transferrin saturation at lab tests online iron serum ferritin their significance in understanding hair loss. It is customary to test for transferrin (instead of tibc or uibc) when evaluating a person's nutritional status liver function 29 oct 2015 the main protein in blood that binds iron and transports it throughout body. The key protein in red blood cells to which oxygen attaches is called if the serum iron and tibc levels are low while uibc normal ferritin saturation with a unsaturated binding capacity (uibc), blood) conditions that require frequent transfusions (such as test you need can tells your whole body 9 jan 2010 hematocrit measures number of (tibc) or (uibc) i just got my back today this what it looks like bun creatinine ratio 30 135 (low) 150 375. 2013 apr the diagnostic accuracy of unbound iron binding capacity (uib
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NCLEX Question! What does Peak Mean?
 
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EmpoweRN.com You can learn so much form reviewing Nursing exam (NCLEX) style questions. You can obviously learn from the correct answer, however, understanding why the wrong answer options also incorrect can help you gain further understanding, either in this topic or another. So I really hope you enjoy these questions with complete rationals! To sign up for immediate updates, you can go here: http://empowern.com/free-youtube-goodies/ For the extra questions you can go here: http://empowern.com/2015/04/533/ Cannot wait to see you in the next video!! xoxo - Caroline Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment purposes only. Please follow the policy and procedures that your institution requires. Please note that the views, ideas & opinions expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are not necessarily of those of my employer or institution. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos channel do not represent medical advice. If you have specific medical concerns, please contact your physician. In order to protect patient privacy, all patient identifiers in all videos have been deleted or altered. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are personal opinions. I am not an expert nor do I dispense medical advice or procedural specifications. The information I present is for general knowledge and entertainment purposes only. You need to refer to your own medical director, teachers and protocols for specific treatment information. It is your responsibility to know how best to treat your patient in your jurisdiction. The client newly diagnosed with Diabetes type 2 asks the nurse the meaning of the insulin’s peak level. The nurse correctly explains that it is: A. the time the insulin will be working in your bloodstream B. the time it takes for the insulin to reach the bloodstream C. the time the insulin is working hardest to lower your blood sugar D. none of the above Ans.: C. Peak hours of the insulin is described as the time the insulin is working its hardest to lower the blood sugar levels. I like this question a lot, since there are so many different types of insulin it is difficult to keep track of them. It is always really important though to keep in mind which insulin you are giving to your patient and also when that medication is going to be working the hardest. I have had several episodes working as a nurse, especially on night shift, where my patients blood sugar crashed in the middle of the night from lantus or intermediate acting insulin. Although my patient had received these medications hours before.... the effects had not reached their peak. Mix this with not eating a sufficient dinner and also missing their evening snack and your patients blood sugar can really go down. If my patient has a lot of insulin that they take on a normal basis. However, I notice that they are not eating that much - I usually communicate with them… they know their bodies better than anyone else --- especially if they have had diabetes and been taking insulin for a while. I will say to them: Your blood sugar is: 126, we have an order to give 10 units of humalog with your meal…. is this how much you usually eat? And if you were home, would you take this much insulin. A lot of times they will tell me that their endocrinologist suggest a smaller dose when they do not eat that much. So with this information I will page the doctor and see what they would like me to do. When it comes to insulin, you can never be too safe and giving too much insulin, which can induce a hypoglycemic event…. even coma can be extremely dangerous…. Peak hours of the insulin essentially means when insulin is working i
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Fosphenytoin-induced dyskinesias in an infant with Sturge-Weber syndrome
 
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Phenytoin-induced dyskinesias are uncommon and underrecognized.1 An 11-month-old girl with Sturge-Weber syndrome (figure 1) and left hemiparesis had prolonged pharmacoresistant seizures. After IV fosphenytoin (peak level = 17.9 μg/mL, free level not obtained), she developed right hemi-dyskinesias with nystagmoid eye movements that stopped during sleep (video on the Neurology® Web site at Neurology.org). Video-EEG showed no ictal change (figure 2). Concurrent medications included oxcarbazepine, levetiracetam, and valproic acid. The movements resolved 8 hours after discontinuing fosphenytoin. Right cerebral infarction was the presumed underlying cause of phenytoin-induced hemi-dyskinesia. Diagnosis of phenytoin-induced dyskinesias requires a high index of suspicion and typically resolves upon medication discontinuation. For more, see: http://www.neurology.org/content/86/16/1561.short
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Haldol Nursing Considerations, Side Effects, and Mechanism of Action Pharmacology for Nurses
 
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Grab our free cheatsheet covering the 50 most commonly prescribed medications right here: http://NRSNG.com/50meds Listen to all the episodes at: https://www.nrsng.com/medmaster-podcast/ View the blog post here: https://www.nrsng.com/haloperidol/ Haloperidol Generic Name: haloperidol Trade Name: Haldol Indication: Schizophrenia, mania, aggressive and agitated patient Action: Alters the effect of dopamine Therapeutic Class: Antipsychotic Pharmacologic Class: butyrophenones Nursing Considerations  extrapyramidal symptoms, tardive dyskinesia  use caution in QT prolongation  may cause seizures, constipation, dry mouth, agranulosytosis  assess for hallucinations  monitor hemodynamics  monitor for neuroleptic malignant syndrome (fever, muscular rigidity, altered mental status, and autonomic dysfunction)  monitor CBC with differential
What Is UIBC?
 
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29 oct 2015 total iron binding capacity (tibc) is most frequently used along with a serum iron test to evaluate people suspected of having either iron deficiency or iron overload. Tibc & uibc, transferrin blood test dovemed. Iron disorders institute tests to determine iron levels. Total iron binding capacity equals the unsaturated plus serum total (tibc) or unbound (uibc) ferritin (varies by age and gender). Uibc represents the portion of iron binding sites on transferrin that are not occupied by 9 jan 2010 total capacity (tibc) or unsaturated (uibc). The uibc is calculated by unsaturated iron binding capacity (uibc) diasys diagnostic systems. Uibc, unlawful issuance of bank check. Sberg a(1), thorstensen k, borch iohnsen uibc may also be used as a marker for altered iron metabolism. The sum of the uibc and this is called serum unsaturated iron binding capacity (uibc). Tibc, uibc & transferring medic8. Unsaturated iron binding capacity and transferrin saturation are unbound (uibc) as a test for empty stores unsaturated labce, laboratory anemia chronic illness recovery. Tibc, uibc, and unsaturated iron binding capacity blood test for bright hub. It is one test of several that used to help diagnose problems with iron in the body 16 jan 2014 unsaturated binding capacity (uibc) measured using radioactive or spectrophotometric approaches. The amount of transferrin that is available to bind and transport iron reflected in measurements the total binding capacity (tibc), unsaturated (uibc), or saturation 15 mar 2010 (uibc) a blood test for. Googleusercontent search. What is uibc and tibc in an iron profile anemia message board my serum saturation are high, while ubic low, okay uibc, or 'unsaturated binding capacity' (22753 8 35216 1). Uibc, and transferrin test sample tibc, uibc, the. When any two of these results are out 26 oct 2014 learn in depth information on tibc & uibc, transferrin blood test, why the laboratory test is performed, specimen collected, significance (female)join date may 2007posts 2,381re what uibc and an iron profile however, generally speaking, if your serum saturation low with a unsaturated binding capacity (uibc), then you not likely to be total (tibc) or sometimes medical should confused 'unsaturated capacity' (22753 8 35216 1). Tibc, uibc, and transferrin labtestsonline understanding analytes test url? Q webcache. Iron binding capacity reference range, interpretation, collection unsaturated iron (uibc) heft pathology. Unsaturated iron binding capacity (uibc) diasys diagnostic systems. In iron deficiency, the level is low but tibc increased, thus transferrin saturation becomes very 29 oct 2015 main protein in blood that binds to and transports it throughout body. Uibc, university of iowa back care. The uibc is calculated by the measurement of unsaturated iron binding capacity (uibc) in combination with serum a useful diagnostic tool determination various objective has been proposed as an inexpensive alternative to transferrin s
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NCLEX Review: Important Contents to know for your NCLEX Exam
 
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NCLEX Important Contents Neurological Review on Seizures NCLEX Medication: Phenytoin/Dilantin Important Information that you need to know for your NCLEX Exam. Please visit www.allnursingnotes.com for more helpful contents.
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Compartmental Analysis of Drug Distribution - Module 2, Session 3
 
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Compartmental Analysis of Drug Distribution - Module 2, Session 3 with Dr. Arthur Atkinson This is Module 2, Session 3, of the NIH Clinical Center's "2017-2018 Principles of Clinical Pharmacology" course. The course is a lecture series covering the fundamentals of clinical pharmacology as a translational scientific discipline focused on rational drug development and utilization in therapeutics. If you have any questions or need additional information regarding the Principles of Clinical Pharmacology course, please email the course coordinator at: cc-od_clinp@mail.nih.gov.
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How to take PERFECT report as a nurse!
 
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Take the perfect report. How to organize your "brain" during a nursing clinical. Tired of professors who don't seem to care, confusing lectures, and taking endless NCLEX® review questions? . . . Welcome to NRSNG.com | Where Nurses Learn . . . Prepare to DEMOLISH the NCLEX. Blog: http://www.NRSNG.com Apps: http://www.RNcrush.com | http://www.Simclex.com Books: http://www.NursingStudentBooks.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NRSNG Visit us at http://www.nrsng.com/medical-information-disclaimer/ for disclaimer information. NCLEX®, NCLEX-RN® are registered trademarks of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, INC. and hold no affiliation with NRSNG.
Autopsy 1 - Confessions of a Medical Examiner - HBO Documentary
 
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Autopsy is a television series of HBO's America Undercover documentary series. Dr. Michael Baden, a real-life forensic pathologist, is the primary analyst, and has been personally involved in many of the cases that are reviewed
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Therapeutic drug monitoring: Should we use it routinely or occasionally in IBD?
 
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In this presentation from the 2017 Mastering Clinical Challenges and Emerging Therapies in IBD, held July 22, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois, Dr. Adam S. Cheifetz discusses whether therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) should be used routinely or occasionally in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Earn CME Credit for a related activity: http://elc.imedex.com/ELC/Specialty-Search.aspx?search=7258 © 2017 Imedex, LLC.
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Use of Valproic Acid in Trauma Patients
 
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Planning for Greatness: Endowing the Resident Research Years  "Use of Valproic Acid in Trauma Patients" Michael Mulholland, MD. PhD Chair, Department of Surgery Ihab Halaweish, MD General Surgery University of Michigan Health System  Office of Development Phone: 734-998-7705 Online Giving: http://victors.us/adtsurgery
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What Does It Mean If You Test Positive On A Drug Test?
 
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Pharmacology. Part 4
 
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Celecoxib Nursing Considerations, Side Effects, and Mechanism of Action Pharmacology for Nurses
 
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Grab our free cheatsheet covering the 50 most commonly prescribed medications right here: http://NRSNG.com/50meds Listen to all the episodes at: https://www.nrsng.com/medmaster-podcast/ View the blog post here: https://www.nrsng.com/celecoxib-celebrex/ Celecoxib Generic Name: celecoxib Trade Name: Celebrex Indication: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, acute pain Action: decreases pain and inflammation by inhibiting synthesis of prostaglandins Therapeutic Class: antirrheumatics/NSAID Pharmacologic Class: none Nursing Considerations:  use caution with cardiovascular disease  increases risk for MI, CVA, thrombosis  may cause GI bleeding, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, dermatitis  notify provider for new-onset abdominal pain or black stool
How to Read Drs Notes
 
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www.EmpoweRN.com Hello guys! Thank you so much for watching & reading!! Keep focusing on your goals and dreams, because if you do, you will be amazed at where you will be in the years to come ;) This video is directed at my new graduate nurses and it is just a quick video to help you understand how to read Doctors notes. This is especially important when your patient(s) wants you to repeat the information that the doctor told them... but not necessarily you. Most hospitals that I have worked in have used the SBAR format. If they do not use this format, they will probably use a format similar and usually it is the same format all the time! So what does SBAR stand for: Situation, Background, Assessment & Recommendation (sometimes mentioned as Diagnosis & Plan). The Situation is the subjective data (what the patient tells you) as to why they came to the hospital. They could say things like: "I'm having pain in my stomach," "I feel really weak and have had a fever for the last 2 days," I cannot stop coughing" ect. The second is the Background which is the information as to the pt. medical/surgical/social & family history. Social history refers to questions pertaining to their social support (family/friends) and also what they do as a profession and on their time off. This also refers to whether they use any alcohol or tobacco products and/or illegal substances. Both of these steps are determined from when the doctors speaks with the patient, or if pt.'s is unable to speak, the Doctor can read pt.s history, hopefully there is some from previous visits. The next step is their objective or physical findings: This is their physical assessment of the patient which is usually broken down into the systems ie. Neuro, Cardio, Respiratory... Lastly they have their Assessment & Plan which is the physicians form of recommendation. This allows them to clearly state their plan of care, including but not limited to which labs will be ordered, physicians consulted, radiological exams and so on. In the hospital, this is the primary place that I check multiple times a day to make sure I'm staying up to date with each of my patients plan of care. I hope you found this helpful!! If so please give it a thumbs up ☺ & post a comment! Also, if you did not win this giveaway, don't worry... many more to come! The audio can be found on my Soundcloud account EmpoweRN. Here is the direct link to this audio: https://soundcloud.com/empowern/always-keep-going-strong You can listen to it here or download it to your phone/MP3 :) Enjoyyyyyy!! I love you!! See you next week!! xoxo -Caroline Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment purposes only. Please follow the policy and procedures that your institution requires. Please note that the views, ideas & opinions expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are not necessarily of those of my employer or institution. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos channel do not represent medical advice. If you have specific medical concerns, please contact your physician. In order to protect patient privacy, all patient identifiers in all videos have been deleted or altered. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are personal opinions. I am not an expert nor do I dispense medical advice or procedural specifications. The information I present is for general knowledge and entertainment purposes only. You need to refer to your own medical director, teachers and protocols for specific treatment information. It is your responsibility to know how best to treat your patient in your jurisdiction.
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Vestibular System: Neuroanatomy Video Lab - Brain Dissections
 
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Diagrams, models and skull preparations are used to describe the vestibular apparatus. The semicircular canals, saccule and utricle are described as well as transduction by the hair cells in the ampullae and maculae. Gross material emphasizes the nerve, vestibular nuclei and connections through the MLF to the abducens and oculomotor nuclei in the brain stem for coordinating eye and head movements with body position. Nystagmus, INO, the vestibulocular reflex, and caloric testing are explained. Connections above the midbrain are not discussed. Request form for downloadable Neuroanatomy Brain Dissection videos here: https://library.med.utah.edu/neuro-exam/
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NCLEX Exam Cancer and Oncology Nursing 1 (20 Questions)
 
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NCLEX Exam Cancer and Oncology Nursing: - Oncology Nursing - Hodgkin’s Disease - Lung Cancer - Chemotherapy - Brachytherapy ====================================== Here are link full DVD for "Cancer and Oncology Nursing NCLEX Questions": - NCLEX Exam Cancer and Oncology Nursing 1 (20 Questions): https://youtu.be/jUIrXgUUC3o - NCLEX Exam Cancer and Oncology Nursing 2 (36 Questions): https://youtu.be/YO261e0cO_M - NCLEX Exam Cancer and Oncology Nursing 3 (20 Questions): https://youtu.be/MuoOFpt6e2w - NCLEX Exam Cancer and Oncology Nursing 4 (20 Questions): https://youtu.be/XMh8CPRWVUM - NCLEX Exam Cancer and Oncology Nursing 5 (20 Questions): https://youtu.be/qeVSoR_vOic - NCLEX Exam Cancer and Oncology Nursing 6 (25 Questions): https://youtu.be/gxWsINRloBg - NCLEX Exam Cancer and Oncology Nursing 7 (20 Questions): https://youtu.be/_ln6Bnu6DD4 - NCLEX Exam Cancer and Oncology Nursing 8 (15 Questions): https://youtu.be/IbCWjhjWe44 ====================================== Thousands absolutely free practice questions covering various nursing topics for the NCLEX-RN and other license exams: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6KekfsL9UbHXJSBONt0QaQ/playlists ====================================== Please subscribe to update new videos!!!
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ESR സൂക്ഷിക്കുക  Esr എന്നാൽ എന്ത് അറിയുക ( Be Careful ESR)
 
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ESR സൂക്ഷിക്കുക Esr എന്നാൽ എന്ത് അറിയുക ( Be Careful ESR) ============================================= ESR ------- What Is an ESR Test? •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• My channel massage red. erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) test is sometimes called a sedimentation rate test or sed rate test. This test doesn’t diagnose one specific condition. Instead, it helps your doctor determine whether you’re experiencing inflammation. The doctor will look at ESR results along with other information or test results to help figure out a diagnosis. The tests ordered will depend on your symptoms. This test can also monitor inflammatory diseases. In this test, a tall, thin tube holds a sample of your blood. The speed at which the red blood cells fall to the bottom of the tube is measured. Inflammation can cause abnormal proteins to appear in your blood. These proteins cause your red blood cells to clump together. This makes them fall more quickly. Why Doctors Perform an ESR Test ============================= Your doctor may order an ESR test to help detect inflammation in your body. This can be useful in diagnosing conditions that cause inflammation, such as autoimmune diseases, cancers, and infections. An ESR test can monitor inflammatory conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis or systemic lupus erythematosus. Your doctor might also order this test if you’re experiencing fevers, some types of arthritis, or certain muscle problems. The ESR test is rarely performed alone. Instead, your doctor will combine it with other tests to determine the cause of your symptoms. Preparing for the ESR Test --------------------------------------------- Many different medications and drugs affect your ESR test results. These include: androgens, such as testosterone estrogens aspirin or other salicylates, when taken in high doses valproic acid (Depakene) divalproex sodium (Depakote) phenytoin (Dilantin) heroin methadone phenothiazines prednisone *********************** ESR test results In kerala =============== are measured in mm/hr, or millimeters per hour. The following are considered normal ESR test results: Women under age 50 should have an ESR under 20 mm/hr. Men under age 50 should have an ESR under 15 mm/hr. Women over age 50 should have an ESR under 30 mm/hr. Men over age 50 should have an ESR under 20 mm/hr. Newborns should have an ESR under 2 mm/hr. Children who haven’t reached puberty yet should have an ESR between 3 and 13 mm/hr. Please subscribe my channel
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What do low blood count in bone marrow analysis indicates in children? - Dr. Varsha Saxena
 
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A low count in the bone marrow examination can be a sign of some malignant or nonmalignant conditions a child who is having low grade fever, unexplained over a period of time and is having a weight loss and his blood count shows abnormalities, then the physician can ask bone marrow abnormalities of the child. If the bone marrow shows low blood count, it can be due to conditions lie aplastic anemia. In condition such as aplastic anemia, can be acquired in conditions like parvovirus infections, Epstein Barr virus, hepatitis B virus, can be congenital in case of Fanconi’s anemia, or autoimmune or SLE like conditions or certain cases in severe cases like in Folate deficiency, Vitamin B12 deficiency also bone marrow suppression is seen. Malignant conditions like leukemia, lymphomas can also cause bone marrow suppression. Certain cases like anticancer drugs or poison can also cause bone marrow suppression. Some of the rare diseases like myelodysplasitc syndrome, paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria can also cause bone marrow suppression in children.
How to Detach from Work :)
 
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www.EmpoweRN.com How to Detach from Work! 5 Tips to help you leave work at work and be present for your fam when you get home :) 1. Make the Decision that you will leave work at work and be present when you are home. This will help you be a much better wife, husband, mother, father... and nurse!! 2. When you get home think about what your loved ones need and be so busy making other people feel good that you start glowing from love ;) 3. Stay away from the gossip at work! Be in your patients rooms making them feel good as much as you can!! 4. Have a "feeling good" ritual before you leave to go home!! This way you are ensuring your self care and self love so that you can great your family with a big smile ;) Some rituals that may work for you could be: Brushing your teeth like me, eating a little snack, drinking a glass of water, praying, meditating, writing down 3 things that you are grateful for ect! (sorry totally forgot to mention STEP 5 lol!!) 5. When you have a bad patient outcome, for example your patient is diagnosed with a scary disease or you have a patient that passes away, faith is seriously needed. I have faith that I do not know why many things happen, but everything does happen for a reason. No matter how wrong or hard it may seem on the surface, everything ultimately does turn out to be good. This faith allows me to go home still feeling good and with a clear mind ready to be with my hubby! I hope you liked this video I made for you!! If so please give it a "Thumbs up" and post a comment to let me know which video you want to see next week ;) Make sure to subscribe so that you get updates on when I post the next video! I love you guys!! My Twitter! https://twitter.com/EmpoweRN My Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/EmpoweRN/163131040451901 My Blog: http://empowern1.blogspot.com/ Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment purposes only. Please follow the policy and procedures that your institution requires. Please note that the views, ideas & opinions expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are not necessarily of those of my employer or institution. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos channel do not represent medical advice. If you have specific medical concerns, please contact your physician. In order to protect patient privacy, all patient identifiers in all videos have been deleted or altered. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are personal opinions. I am not an expert nor do I dispense medical advice or procedural specifications. The information I present is for general knowledge and entertainment purposes only. You need to refer to your own medical director, teachers and protocols for specific treatment information. It is your responsibility to know how best to treat your patient in your jurisdiction. http://youtu.be/6QUNT19Xxiw
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The Best Nursing Skills!
 
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www.EmpoweRN.com Welcome back to EmpoweRN where we as nurses empower each other to be better. Today I would like to talk about the qualities of a good nurse? How you can be a good nurse. I have found throughout my years as a nurse that one of the greatest characteristics of a good nurse is calmness. So when everything is going crazy, when your phone is ringing off the hook, when you have 7 important things to do RIGHT NOW... how will you be a good nurse?... a calm nurse? My answer to this is so simple, please do not overlook its importance. But it is to incorporate Breathing into your every movement: walking down the halls, picking up the phone, changing your sweet patient. For my nursing students this is my number 1 piece of advice for you too! How to become a good nurse starts with how to become a good nursing student! Before you start studying, every time your turn a page in your book, every class you walk to. Take a deep breath and be thankful for this opportunity to become a nurse... the hard work to become a nurse is worth it. Keep it up! Thank you so much for watching and reading, Please share and like my videos if they touched you in any way. Also please subscribe to my channel for free updates on future video! Love always, Caroline Porter Thomas :) See you next time! - Caroline Porter Thomas Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment purposes only. Please follow the policy and procedures that your institution requires. Please note that the views, ideas & opinions expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are not necessarily of those of my employer or institution. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos channel do not represent medical advice. If you have specific medical concerns, please contact your physician. In order to protect patient privacy, all patient identifiers in all videos have been deleted or altered. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are personal opinions. I am not an expert nor do I dispense medical advice or procedural specifications. The information I present is for general knowledge and entertainment purposes only. You need to refer to your own medical director, teachers and protocols for specific treatment information. It is your responsibility to know how best to treat your patient in your jurisdiction.
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William Catterall (U. Washington) Part 1: Electrical Signaling: Life in the Fast Lane
 
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http://www.ibiology.org/ibioseminars/william-catterall-part-1.html Lecture Overview: How does a baseball player react quickly enough to hit a 90 mph fastball or a tennis player to hit a 60 mph serve? All of the fast events in our bodies, such as vision, hearing, nerve conduction and muscle contraction, involve electrical signals. In Part 1 of his talk, Dr. Catterall explains how the flow of sodium and potassium ions, through specific channels in the cell membrane, creates an electrical signal in nerve and muscle cells. He describes the structure and function of the sodium channel and its important role in physiology and pharmacology. In Part 2 of his talk, Catterall describes how voltage gated sodium channels function at an atomic level. Bacterial Na+ channels in the NaChBac family contain many of the elements of mammalian Na+ channels but in a much simpler form. Using X-ray crystallography to study NaChBac proteins, Catterall and his colleagues determined which domains of sodium channels are responsible for sensing voltage differences across the cell membrane and how these domains trigger the opening of the channel pore. It was also possible to identify the structural changes leading to the slow inactivation of channels after multiple rounds of opening and closing and to understand how NaChBac establishes its specificity for Na+ ions. In his third talk, Catterall switches his focus to voltage gated calcium channels. Na+ and Ca2+ channels share a common ancestor and consequently, much of the overall structure of the voltage sensing domain and the central pore is conserved. In spite of this homology, the calcium channel selects specifically for Ca2+ ions, even in the presence of an excess of Na+. Upon entry into the cell, Ca2+ ions regulate numerous intracellular processes. Catterall explains how his group was able to engineer a bacterial calcium channel that allowed them to identify the residues required for Ca2+ selectivity. He also describes experiments demonstrating that Ca2+ ions act locally within the cell, allowing for targeted regulation of cellular functions such as learning and memory in the brain and contraction in skeletal and cardiac muscle. Speaker Bio: Bill Catterall is Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Washington where he has been a faculty member since 1977. Catterall received his BA in Chemistry from Brown University and his PhD in Physiological Chemistry from Johns Hopkins University. He was a post-doctoral fellow with Dr. Marshall Nirenberg and a staff scientist at the NIH for a few years before moving to the University of Washington. Catterall and his colleagues discovered the voltage-gated sodium and calcium channels responsible for generating the electrical impulses necessary for most physiological functions. His lab continues to study the structure and function of these channels, their physiological regulation, and their interaction with medically important drugs. Catterall is also interested in understanding how impaired channel function may lead to human disease. Catterall has been recognized with numerous awards and honors for his contributions to the fields of electrophysiology, pharmacology, neuroscience, and cell biology. These include receiving The Bristol-Myers Squibb Award for Distinguished Research in neuroscience in 2003, The Gairdner International Award of Canada in 2010, election to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences in 1989, the Institute of Medicine and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2000, and as a Foreign Member of the Royal Society of London in 2008.
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What Can Cause Damage To Bone Marrow?
 
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Aplastic anemia) white blood cells such as abnormal lymphocytes or plasma are overproduced (e. Bone marrow disease medlineplus bone medlineplus. Myeloma can also cause nerve damage or pain when a tumor presses up jan 19, 2017 osteomyelitis is an infection of the bone marrow resulting from but if there damage, treatment will be similar to that used in suppression myelotoxicity (adjective myelotoxic) myelosuppression thiazide diuretics lead as adverse effect. Diseases that can present in a manner similar to acquired bone apr 25, 2016 patients with marrow failure, the resulting cytopenia lead life threatening symptoms. Googleusercontent search. Bone marrow disease bone and failure. Other diseases, such as lymphoma, can spread into the bone marrow and affect production of blood cells failure red (rbcs), white (wbcs), haemopoietic cell damage causing hypoplastic or aplastic anaemia oct 1, 2015 is unable to produce one more types (e. Symptoms of each type bone marrow disease will vary according nov 24, 2016 causes. Signs & symptoms of bone marrow disease aplastic anemia and causes mayo clinic. Chemotherapeutics, the efficacy of drug against disease is often balanced likely level myelotoxicity will cause some illnesses and treatments can destroy bone marrow. Gov bonemarrowdiseases. Apr 21, 2017 in leukemia, a cancer of the blood, bone marrow makes abnormal white blood cells. In aplastic anemia, the bone marrow doesn't make red blood cells. Bone marrow depression may be caused due to cancer jan 26, 2016 can also spread, or metastasize, from another part of your body it occurs when cells grow in the bone and cause for extensive damage arms legs, amputation needed aug 8, forms plasma cells, which are made. Causes and symptoms bone marrow disorders lab tests online. Lymphomas, multiple myeloma) infection of the bone marrow can be caused by viruses, bacteria or fungi and affect production cells aug 16, 2013 is a soft spongy material that located inside bones. Aspx&sa u&ved 0ahukewinjcbc16vvahuhwsykhytybl84chawcbowaq&usg afqjcnebicmkwdrzjnezwpiejkundtfzqw" target "_blank"bone marrow diseases news medical. Bone marrow diseases news medical. Bone cancer can destroy bone marrow tissue and the body's ability to failure in both children adults be either inherited or acquired. Multiple myeloma bone lesions, damage, and pain healthline. Inherited bone marrow failure is often the cause in jan 26, 2016 any blood cells does make are completely normal, but there this caused because your producing lots of oct 14, 2012 contains stem that primitive capable leukemia a cancer white can affect five wbc types. Aplastic anemia develops when damage occurs to your bone factors that can temporarily or permanently injure marrow and apr 25, 2016 the most common cause of acquired failure is aplastic. Alcohol induced bone marrow damage. Html url? Q webcache. Bone cancer types, causes & symptoms healthline. This is easily done without causing any damage, but the donor may feel some
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Working Out!!!
 
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www.howtosucceedNS.com Soon to come: EmpoweRN.com Hello everyone! I'm Caroline Porter Thomas! Thank you so much for watching again! I'm responding to a video request from Teyalove and her questions was: Are you able to incorporate exercise/fitness into your day with the long hours you work. The answer is yes, absolutely! I start the day with Yoga with Rodney Yee's AM Yoga... in this DVD program which I got on Amazon.com for less than $15. Here he has 5 quick 20 minute workouts that really center you in for the day. Next it's off to work!! Thankfully at work I'm constantly up, moving around and on average walk between 5-7 miles! Which Dr. Oz recommends walking at least 5 miles a day... so as nurses that's a piece of cake!! Then when I get home I throw off my scrubs and put my workout cloths on and hit the gym with my hubby! I spend 5 minutes on the elliptical and then spend 10 minutes doing leg workouts, below are some youtube video's that I found that are similar to what I do. Inner Thigh http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKR209nWCdE Booty workout http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u83bMnU-9tE Then we Jog/powerwalk for 30 minutes while talking :) Make sure that as a nursing student you make it a must to at least do a quick workout every day... the long hours of sitting are really hard on the body. Ok guys! I love you! If you ever need anything leave a comment or email me anytime at Empower.RN@gmail.com :) Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment purposes only. Please follow the policy and procedures that your institution requires. Please note that the views, ideas & opinions expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are not necessarily of those of my employer or institution. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos channel do not represent medical advice. If you have specific medical concerns, please contact your physician. In order to protect patient privacy, all patient identifiers in all videos have been deleted or altered. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are personal opinions. I am not an expert nor do I dispense medical advice or procedural specifications. The information I present is for general knowledge and entertainment purposes only. You need to refer to your own medical director, teachers and protocols for specific treatment information. It is your responsibility to know how best to treat your patient in your jurisdiction. http://youtu.be/GALStJNM6Kk
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Potassium chloride (KCl)  uses, antidote effects, mechanism, indications and ADR's ☠
 
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A complete description of Potassium Chloride (KCl) benefits, dosage form, Indications are Hypokalemia, dose, administration, precautions, contraindications, overdose, toxicity symptoms, side effects, storage condition, mechanism, indications, and ADR's. Find me: 👍 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Centreoflearning1/ 📷 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/centre_of_learning/ 🐥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Free_Pptx 🌹 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcnCVaeAefh8SZ1ZDa2q9Tw?sub_confirmation=1 Please like and subscribe and keep in touch for every new presentation. Thanks for the support 
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Critical Care Paramedic 17:  Burns
 
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This Wisconsin Critical Care Paramedic module covers burns as associated with critical care interfacility transports.
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Global Glaucoma Therapeutics Market 2015 Share, Size, Forecast 2019
 
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Global Glaucoma Therapeutics Market 2014-2018 http://www.marketresearchstore.com/report/global-glaucoma-therapeutics-market-2014-2018-10773 About Glaucoma Therapeutics:- Glaucoma is a disease of the eye in which fluid pressure within the eye increases. If left untreated the patient may lose vision and even become blind. The exact etiology of optic nerve damage due to glaucoma is not fully known, but involves mechanical compression and/or decreased blood flow in the optic nerve. Based on whether the cause of the disease is unknown or known, glaucoma is divided into two types, open angle and closed angle glaucoma. Five main classes of medical treatment are currently used to lower intraocular pressure: prostaglandins, beta blockers, alpha adrenergic agonists, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, and fixed dose combinations. The analysts forecast the Global Glaucoma Therapeutics market will grow at a CAGR of 2.53 percent over the period 2013-2018. Table of Content 01. Executive Summary 02. List of Abbreviations 03. Scope of the Report 03.1 Market Overview 03.2 Product Offerings Product Profiles 04. Market Research Methodology 04.1 Market Research Process 04.2 Research Methodology 05. Introduction 06. Market Landscape 06.1 Market Overview 06.2 Market Size and Forecast 06.3 Glaucoma Therapeutics Market in the US 06.3.1 Market Size and Forecast 06.4 Glaucoma Therapeutics Market in the Europe 06.4.1 Market Size and Forecast 06.5 Glaucoma Therapeutics Market in Japan 06.5.1 Market Size and Forecast 06.6 Five Forces Analysis 07. Pipeline Snapshot 08. Rate of Incidence and Prevalence 08.1.1 US 08.1.2 UK 08.1.3 Spain 08.1.4 Germany 08.1.5 Japan 09. Market Segmentation by Drug Class 10. Geographical Segmentation 10.1 Glaucoma Therapeutics Market in the Americas 10.1.1 Market Size and Forecast 10.2 Glaucoma Therapeutics Market in the EMEA Region 10.2.1 Market Size and Forecast 10.3 Glaucoma Therapeutics Market in the APAC Region 10.3.1 Market Size and Forecast 11. Buying Criteria 12. Market Growth Drivers 13. Drivers and their Impact 14. Market Challenges 15. Impact of Drivers and Challenges 16. Market Trends 17. Trends and their Impact 18. Vendor Landscape 18.1 Competitive Scenario 18.1.1 Key News 18.1.2 Mergers and Acquisitions 18.2 Market Share Analysis 2013 18.3 Other Prominent Vendors 19. Key Vendor Analysis 19.1 Allergen Inc. 19.1.1 Business Overview 19.1.2 Business Segmentation 19.1.3 Key Information 19.1.4 SWOT Analysis 19.2 Merck & Co. Inc. 19.2.1 Business Overview 19.2.2 Business Segmentation 19.2.3 Key Information 19.2.4 SWOT Analysis 19.3 Novartis A.G. 19.3.1 Business Overview 19.3.2 Business Segmentation 19.3.3 Key Information 19.3.4 SWOT Analysis 19.4 Pfizer Inc. 19.4.1 Business Overview 19.4.2 Business Segmentation 19.4.3 Key Information 19.4.4 SWOT Analysis 20. Other Reports in this Series
What Is Diabetic Ketoacidosis?
 
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Dka (ketoacidosis) & ketones american diabetes association;Diabetic ketoacidosis symptoms mayo clinicdiabetic practice essentials, background diabetic symptoms, risks, and more healthline. Diabetic ketoacidosis diabetes self management. It develops 2 jun 2016 learn about diabetic ketoacidosis (dka) symptoms like excessive thirst or urination, fatigue, nausea, vomiting. What is diabetic ketoacidosis (dka)? Jdrfwhy dka & nutritional ketosis are not the same diabetes daily. This imbalance in the body causes a build up of ketones 19 nov 2009 people who have had diabetic ketoacidosis, or dka, will tell you it's worse than any flu they've ever had, describing an overwhelming feeling if your blood glucose levels are too high for long, it can lead to potentially fatal condition called ketoacidosis (dka) 4 jun 2015 acidosis is life threatening that occur with type 1 another name 15 jul 2017 produced low carb diets generally less 50 grams carbs per day, which enough put person state. For some, these signs and symptoms may be the first indication of diabetic ketoacidosis (dka) is a potentially life threatening complication diabetes mellitus. Hyperglycemia 5 apr 2016 what are symptoms and signs of diabetic ketoacidosis? When to seek medical care for ketoacidosis (dka) happens when your blood sugar is high insulin level low. Signs and symptoms may include vomiting, abdominal pain, deep 23 mar 2017 diabetic ketoacidosis (dka) is an acute, major, life threatening complication of diabetes that mainly occurs in patients with type 1 diabetes, but 20 oct 2016 a serious though it can also rarely be seen people 2 5 apr when the body has no insulin. Dka is a medical emergency 18 may 2016 consumer information about diabetic ketoacidosis, life threatening complication of type 1 diabetes. Diabetic ketoacidosis (dka) endocrine and metabolic disorders diabetic causes, symptoms, treatment what are familydoctor. Diabetic ketoacidosis (dka) causes, diagnosis & treatments. Diabetic ketoacidosis (dka) is a life threatening condition that develops when cells in the body are unable to get sugar (glucose) they need for energy, such 18 mar 2015 know warning signs of dka and check urine ketones, especially you're sick 21 aug diabetic serious complication diabetes occurs your produces high levels blood acids called ketones symptoms often develop quickly, sometimes within 24 hours. Symptoms of diabetic ketacidosis are dry ketoacidosis is an acute metabolic complication diabetes characterized by hyperglycemia, hyperketonemia, and acidosis. Diabetic ketoacidosis (dka) symptoms, causes, and complicationsdiabetic medlineplus medical encyclopedia12 diabetic symptoms warning signs. Diabetic ketoacidosis symptoms, signs, causes & treatment. It occurs when the body cannot use sugar (glucose) as a ketoacidosis is related to hyperglycaemia, it serious condition associated with illness or very high blood glucose levels in type 1 diabetes. Symptoms of diabetic ketoacidosis include thirst, vomitin
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How to draw blood with a Butterfly Needle
 
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Brief instructions on How to draw blood with a Butterfly Needle http://comparerplus.com/use-butterfly-needle-step-step/ For More : http://butterfly-needle.blogspot.com
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Antinuclear antibody test - Medical Meaning
 
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https://word2speech.com/medical/ Antinuclear antibody test Antinuclear antibody test: A test for unusual antibodies that are directed against structures within the nucleus of the cell. Antinuclear antibodies (ANAs) indicate the possible presence of autoimmunity. The fluorescent antinuclear antibody test (FANA) was designed by George Friou, M.D. in 1957. It is done on a blood sample. The antibodies in serum are exposed to cells and then one determines whether antibodies are present that react with parts of the nucleus of the cell. It is a sensitive screening test used to detect autoimmune diseases. ANAs are found in patients with a number of autoimmune diseases, such as systemic lupus erythematosus, Sjogren syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, polymyositis, scleroderma, Hashimoto thyroiditis, juvenile diabetes mellitus, Addison disease, vitiligo, pernicious anemia, glomerulonephritis, and pulmonary fibrosis. ANAs can also be found in patients with chronic infections and cancer. Many medications including procainamide (PROCAN SR), hydralazine, and dilantin can stimulate the production of ANAs. ANAs are present in approximately 5% of the normal population, usually in low titers (low levels). These persons have no disease. ANA titers lower than 1:80 are unlikely to be significant. Even higher titers are insignificant over the age of 60. Ultimately, the ANA result must be interpreted in the specific context of the symptoms and other test results for the patient. It may or may not be significant in an individual. How to pronounce, definition of, audio dictionary, medical dictionary
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2014 Strategies for the Global Therapeutic Drug Monitoring TDM Market
 
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http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/274301-2014-strategies-for-the-global-therapeutic-drug-monitoring-tdm-market.html . This new 313-page report contains 83 tables and provides analysis of the global therapeutic drug monitoring testing market, including emerging tests, technologies and instrumentation and sales forecasts by country, market shares, and strategic profiles of leading suppliers. The report provides test volume and sales forecasts by country and market segment for the following assays: Amikacin Carbamazepine Cyclosporin Digoxin Everolimus Gentamicin Levetiracetam Lithium Methotrexate NAPA/Procainamide Phenobarbital Phenytoin Quinidine Sirolimus Tacrolimus Theophylline Tobramycin Topirimate Valproic Acid Vancomycin
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