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Your Doctor's Medical School Training And Experience
- As students finish medical school, they apply for a "residency" program
- Some medical schools use the term intern to describe the first year of residency
- Residency training is also the time when new doctors begin to draw a paycheck for their work with patients.
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Foot Pain: Types, Causes, Treatment, And Prevention
- The posterior tibialis tendon courses down your inner lower leg and attaches to the bottom of your foot near the inside of the arch
- The tendon helps support your foot's natural arch, and irritation here may cause pain, limited walking ability, and flatfoot deformity.
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Groin Pain: Causes, Treatment, And When To See A Doctor
- When people experience pain in their lower abdomen, where the leg meets the pelvis, they often refer to this as groin pain
- While a muscle strain is the most common cause of groin pain in adults, a wide variety of other conditions may be to blame, including an inguinal hernia, kidney stone, or problems in or around the hip joint, in the scrotum (in men), or with specific nerves
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Are Online CPR Certifications Valid
- OSHA doesn't state who can provide CPR training, only that online-only training is insufficient
- There's no national CPR accreditation to vouch for legitimacy
- That's true of the American Red Cross, American Heart Association, and websites offering courses.
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Finding American Sign Language Classes
- Local community colleges, colleges, and universities are good places to check for sign language classes
- They are popular courses and they may offer them for credit or as uncredited classes that anyone may attend for a fee.
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First Aid Basics: Life-Saving Procedures
- Some courses also include D and possibly E, as well: D can stand for disability assessment, which is fairly complicated for someone without medical training
- It also sometimes stands for deadly bleeding , which needs to be stopped, or defibrillator if someone's heart has stopped and an automated external defibrillator (AED) device is available.
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How To Get Treated For SIBO
- Not much is known as to whether successive or planned intermittent courses of the antibiotic medication would be helpful in preventing relapse
- As of now, the recommended course of action is a regimen in which people modify their diet following a course of the antibiotic as a way to try to maintain symptom improvement, and to take repeated
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Endocrinologist: Expertise, Specialties, And Training
24-hour urine collection, which provides a more accurate picture of the hormone levels in the body, including cortisol; ACTH stimulatory test, which uses an injection of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) to help diagnose adrenal disorders; Computed tomography (CT), a type of computer-assisted X-ray that creates three-dimensional "slices" of internal structures
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Frequent Urination: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, And Treatment
- Bladder cancer: Bladder cancer is a rare cause of frequent urination
- It is often accompanied by the frequent need to urinate and blood in the urine (microscopic or gross hematuria which is visible in urine).
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Dry Needling: Uses, Side Effects, Procedure, Results
- Superficial dry needling: The needle is inserted into the skin above a trigger point just 5 millimeters (mm) to 10 mm deep for 30 seconds
- Insertion may be repeated a few minutes later
- sparrow pecking, in-and-out technique): This method involves a quick insertion and removal of needles into trigger points.The needle pricks the trigger point but is not left inserted
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Job Features, Training, And Salary Info Of A Sleep Tech
- Most sleep techs work overnight
- They arrive before the patient and prepare for the night’s study
- They make sure the necessary equipment is arranged, including the wires as well as the cleaning solution, conduction paste, and adhesive tape.
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Going Through College With High Functioning Autism
- This can be very helpful for a career counselor who will work to provide you with some direction in terms of courses, volunteer, and internship opportunities
- Have the number of a personal counselor nearby
- You may have your good days and bad
- Some issues can be especially daunting for a college student with an ASD.
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5 U.S. And International Colleges For The Deaf
- While deaf or partially deaf students in the United States can attend any college in the country, many are drawn to schools that specifically serve deaf students
- In addition to offering more resources and classrooms tailored to deaf and partially deaf learners, these schools provide a sense of identity, understanding, and pride for their students and alumni.
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Cardioversion: Uses, Side Effects, Procedure, Results
- Stopping the fibrillation—called defibrillation—involves using a focused electrical shock that courses through most of the heart muscle cells, causing them to depolarize
- The electrical shock can be monophasic or biphasic and either direct current (DC) or alternating current (AC)
- Most devices currently manufactured use a biphasic
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Chronic Diarrhea Causes And Consequences
- Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD): Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis can cause intermittent, chronic diarrhea
- Diarrhea, stomach pain, rectal bleeding, fever, and weight loss may occur for weeks or months, often resolving for a period of time before recurring.
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How Panorex X-Rays Are Used In Dentistry
- This process can be used to determine potential courses of action and routes of treatment for dental issues
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What Is Reflexology And How Is It Different From Massage
Reflexology is a form of bodywork that involves applying pressure to hands and feet to produce changes in pain and other benefits elsewhere in the body.
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Urethral Pain: Causes, Treatment, When To See A Doctor
- The urethra is the tube the passes from the bladder to the outside of the body via the urethral sphincter
- There are differences in the structure and function of the urethra in men and women, and these differences can play a role in the different conditions that lead to urethral pain.
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Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve: Anatomy, Function, Treatment
- The right and left RLN have non-symmetrical courses because they emerge from the vagus nerve near the heart, which is off to the left of your chest rather than centered
- The left RLN splits off just above the heart, near the arch of the aorta (an artery).
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Pidgin Signed English (PSE) Bridges ASL And English
- What kind of sign language is it when you do not sign pure American Sign Language (ASL) with its own grammar or use signed exact English?It is called pidgin signed English or PSE
- A more recent term is "contact signing," which conveys that it is a language that develops between people who have contact with English and signing.
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Renal Vein: Anatomy, Function, And Significance
- It courses in front of the aorta and behind the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) as it drains into the IVC
- The ascending lumbar vein, the left adrenal vein, and the left testicular or ovarian vein are smaller veins which typically drain into the left renal vein.
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Unresectable Stage 3 Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: Overview
Stage 3A non-small cell lung cancer: This includes tumors up to five centimeters (cm) and have spread to lymph nodes on the same side of the body as the original cancer.; Stage 3B non-small cell lung cancer: This includes tumors up to seven cm an have invaded structures in the chest, such as the heart and esophagus.These tumors have not spread to distant regions such as the brain, bones, liver
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