Eye/Ear Instillation

Eye/Ear Instillation

Description: Eye/ear instillation is done to combat infection. It is also done to relieve pain and discomfort. It may also be done to dilate or constrict the pupil, if eye instillation is done. Eye instillation is indicated for eye examination … Continued
Why I Wan to Become a Doctor

Why I Wan to Become a Doctor

Just getting into medical school is a daunting task let alone the amount of studying, time spent in residency and the grueling hours one spends training. I personally have many reasons why I want to become a doctor. Yes my … Continued
Euthanasia Persuasive Speech

Euthanasia Persuasive Speech

Imagine a world where anyone, even the curably ill or depressed, is easily assisted in suicide. Where someone else decides when you’re life is no longer worth living. Where it is a societal expectation to die rather than receive long-term … Continued
Pharmacology and Certain Medication

Pharmacology and Certain Medication

Everyone who works in the medical profession has heard the word pharmacology, but what does this word really mean? According to Oxford dictionary (2003), “Pharmacology deals with all aspects of the actions of drugs on living tissues, particularly their effects … Continued
Humoral Concept, Anatomical Theory and the Germ Theory

Humoral Concept, Anatomical Theory and the Germ Theory

In this paper I am going to discuss the differences between the Humoral concept of disease, the anatomical theory of disease, the germ theory of disease and the differences between each theory. I am also going to look at the … Continued
Opinion

Opinion

Music is the best type of Art What is art? Everyone knows about it, but could you say a lot about music? May be yes, may be no. Music is the best type of art. Before proving it , let’s … Continued
What Are the Pros and Cons of Paying Physicians by Fee-for-Service

What Are the Pros and Cons of Paying Physicians by Fee-for-Service

What are the pros and cons of paying physicians by fee-for-service? Pros • Patient’s own choice of doctors and hospitals, thereby improving accessibility. • Patients may visit any specialist without a referral from a primary care physician. • Improves physician … Continued
Personal Hygiene And Beauty Products

Personal Hygiene And Beauty Products

These products can be used at home or in a salon or spa. Personal Hygiene includes the following. Washing the body using bubble bath, shower gel etc Washing the hair using shampoo Cleaning of nails and hands with hand wash … Continued
Aspirin

Aspirin

Aspirin or acetylsalicylate acid is a compound that is widely used in medicine. The use of aspirin in medicine began long before the active reagent was removed from its natural source. The first documented use of aspirin was found in … Continued
Effects of Sedentary Lifestyle

Effects of Sedentary Lifestyle

Effects of Sedentary Lifestyle Sedentary lifestyle is a medical term to indicate a lifestyle with irregular exercise. People who are having sedentary lifestyle are prone to depression, being low self-esteem and suffer from health problems. As an effect from sedentary … Continued
Organ Donation

Organ Donation

Yet only 29% of the population are registered as organ donors. This increase has been attributed to the aging population and increasing incidents of type 2 diabetes which in some cases can lead to kidney failure, which will increase demand … Continued
Teaching

Teaching

The teaching hospital and the medical school had only one top official in common-the provost. The unusual nature of the financial arrangements was a big problem. Patients paid for professional services, but the revenues went into department funds, which were … Continued
Effective Communication

Effective Communication

I am currently not working so I can’t explain what is currently being done at my prior job. I can explain what was done when I was employed in the past for effective communication. In this paper I will discusses … Continued
Why Were People Still Reading Galen in 1400?

Why Were People Still Reading Galen in 1400?

Why were doctors still reading Galen in 1400? Galen was a Greek physician who revived the wok of Hippocrates and other Greek doctors. Galen died in the Roman era but his work was still read in the medieval times. Regression … Continued
Epidemiology Paper

Epidemiology Paper

Epidemiology Public health nursing allows nurses to encounter various vulnerable populations on a daily basis. In particular, the elderly make up a large portion of the population, and their vulnerability to the environment and other physical factors is a very … Continued
Persuasive Speech Outline

Persuasive Speech Outline

It’s hard being a student and working at the same time, and find energy for both. I will show you why starting an exercise program can boost your energy and your mental health. Do you find yourself not having as … Continued
Importance of Oil

Importance of Oil

The importance of oil to the modern world is unique in character and incredibly far-reaching in scope. It is a singularly autonomous variable in the world economy, just as, if not more potent and influential than Federal Reserve decisions, the … Continued
Disease Trend

Disease Trend

Disease Trends and the Delivery of Health Care Services This research project will discuss how demographics disease trends affect the delivery of health care. We will begin with the current age of the United States Population and how changes will … Continued
Healthcare Information System Timeline

Healthcare Information System Timeline

Some institutions of healthcare began work on applications for patient care within the systems of the computers. October 1964- Other healthcare institutions begin to recognize the value of computers. October 1965 – Hospital information systems began to include the diagnosis … Continued
Mercy Killing or Euthanasia

Mercy Killing or Euthanasia

Mercy killing or euthanasia “Euthanasia means as an action which aims at taking the life of another at the latter’s expressed request. It concerns an action of which death is the purpose and the result. “This definition applies only to … Continued
The Integumentary System with Medical Terminology

The Integumentary System with Medical Terminology

The dermis, or corium is the thicker, second layer containing nerve endings, muscles, hair follicles, oil and sweat glands. The subcutaneous layer or hypodermal layer, consisting of loose connective tissue and containing about ? of the body’s stored fat attaches … Continued
Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha

Heart Disease Hypothyroidism Immune System Support Infertility Menopause Neurodegenerative Diseases Obesity Sexually Transmitted Diseases Skin Wounds Ulcers Traditional Medical Uses of Ashwagandha While it was historically domesticated as a medicinal plant in India, this herb grew and was traditionally used … Continued
The Ethical Debate of Assisted Suicide

The Ethical Debate of Assisted Suicide

The Ethical Debate of Assisted Suicide Hippocrates the father of modern medicine stated “I will give no deadly medicine to any one if asked, nor suggest any such counsel”: clearly he opposed the practice of euthanasia, known later in modern … Continued
Children’s Hospital and Clinics

Children’s Hospital and Clinics

Due to a patient near fatal accident, the children’s hospital and clinics were looking for any effort to provide a safety patient culture. Julie Morath was hired in 1999 to improve hospital operations; she wanted to make Safety the top … Continued
How to Spot a Scam or Fraud in the Medical Field?

How to Spot a Scam or Fraud in the Medical Field?

There are many way to spot a scam or fraud in the medical field. Medical frauds range from people posing as doctors and practicing without a license, to useless supplements, worthless or dangerous diet aides, fake medicines and cures for … Continued
Children’s Hospital and Clinics

Children’s Hospital and Clinics

During each process of the patient safety initiative at Children’s Hospital and Clinics there were many positive and negative effects of each step. The key elements of Patient Safety Initiative were followed by three steps, the first step was presentations … Continued
Spiritual Assessment

Spiritual Assessment

For this assignment I was ask to develop a spiritual assessment tool, interview a patient using this tool, summarize my findings, analyze my results, identify areas of improvement and describe the spiritual experience that this spiritual assessment offered to better … Continued
Lupus Melinda

Lupus Melinda

While there are different ways to live with Lupus, is a challenging autoimmune disease. Lupus is a chronic, autoimmune disease that can damage any parts of the body (skin, joints, and/or organs inside the body). Lupus is a disease that … Continued
Telemedicine and Teleneurology

Telemedicine and Teleneurology

Technology in Health and Human Services Telemedicine and Teleneurology In today’s world where people cannot even cope up with our own work, diseases play a significant role and are part and parcel of our lives. Every-time a disease bigger or … Continued