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Abnormal Uterine Bleeding and Issues Research Paper

… , et al., 2012).

Vaginitis is one of the most common lower reproductive tract infections; most commonly caused by infections like candida, bacteria, or other bacteria. It is both treatable and less serious than other infections, but has the potential of migrating up the reproductive tract and causing more serious infections. Cervical infection is caused by a variety of pathogens, especially STDs like gonorrhea and chlamydia. These are more severe than vaginitis because they usually reside in the upper reproductive tract and are more difficult to diagnose and treat since they are often asymptomatic (Population Council, 2012).

Works Cited

Azim, P., et al. (2011). Evaluation of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding. Isra Medical Journal, 3(3). Retrieved November 2013, from http://121.52.154.227/Isra%20Medical%20Journal%20Volume-III%20Issue-III.pdf#page=6

Davidson, B., et al. (2012). Abnormal Uterine…. [read more]


Abortion: Ethical and Political Issues Term Paper

… Asides the fact that there are inevitable side effects for any kind of pharmaceutical preparation there are two main aspects to be considered when we discuss the safety of the drug. The main contentious issue is that the drug was introduced without sufficient clinical tests in the U.S. In fact the approval was mainly based on the results of the drug usage from abroad and a single clinical test inside the United States. This has left room for skepticism about the urgency with which the government approved the drug. RU 486 was given an accelerated approval under the 'under 21 CFR 314 Subpart H' process. This is something, which is inexplicable as generally the accelerated approval is only meant for potentially life saving drugs whose…. [read more]


Infertility, the Inability to Naturally Conceive Term Paper

… Infertility, the inability to naturally conceive a child or to carry a pregnancy to term, is a common condition worldwide and the problem is thought to have increased over the last 30 years due mainly to the social phenomena of late marriages. According to a 1995 survey, infertility affects about 6.1 million women and their partners in the U.S., which constitutes about ten percent of its reproductive-age population. ("Frequently Asked Questions," American Society of Reproductive Medicine). This research paper defines infertility in general and its cause, and explains its complications, treatment, side effects of treatment, and prognosis. In addition the paper includes the definition, cause, complications, treatment and prognosis of certain individual female and male factors of infertility.

Pathological Problems Associated with Infertility

Definition &…. [read more]


Gynecologist Essay

… Describe the relevant components of the medical record.

Patients name:

Doctor:

Account#:

History of Present Illness/Chief Complaint:

Patient issue. medical history, surgery if any the reason for it and the history behind it.

Review of Body Systems: Cardiovascular, Respiratory, etc..

Allergies: If any

Surgical History: any and all surgeries listed

Medical History: All past diseases and medical issues

Family History: Diseases of patient's family

Social History: Alcoholism, smoking, illicit drug use, etc.

Physical exam: preformed by physician (family or other) and their findings

Lab Results: Lab findings and work done

Assessment and Plan: What physician intends for treatment and the overall patient.

Dictation and signature of the doctor/nurse on duty (Appleby, & Tarver, 2006, 2-11-2-12) .

Sequenced overview of documentation

Medical records provide documentation of…. [read more]


Fetal Nicotine Syndrome Research Paper

… Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

NIP in the BUD

Fetal Nicotine Syndrome

Nicotine has been linked to many adverse conditions affecting fetal development and other disorders later in life. Many previous studies established that smoking accounts for sudden infant death, structural, cardio-respiratory and functional dysfunctions of the fetus as well as low weight and preterm births. Some studies connected tobacco smoke with the failure to conceive and behavioral problems later in life. Pharmacological and non-pharmacological therapies are in place for the cessation of smoking. Public policy, community efforts and the media have waged a successful campaign against it with a few measures left needed to fill some gaps in regulation.

Background

Fetal nicotine syndrome is a malformation complex in pregnant women who smoke 5 cigarettes a day…. [read more]


Iconic Nursing Leader and Theorist Essay

… He had a forlorn expression on his face so I sat down next to him and let me say what was on his mind. You could say this was absolutely a caring moment -- and the husband opened up to me about the sixty years he and his wife have been married. He also said the two had never been apart except for the time when he served in World War II.

As he covered some of the good times he and his wife had shared together, tears were trickling down his face. At that point I touched his hand and I began to shed some tears as well. His opinion was quite different than the daughter and her fiance. He wanted his wife to…. [read more]

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