[SOLVED] Information About Endoscopy

https://www.videogie.org/content/authorinfo#sub https://www.videogie.org/400.jsp please rewrite the paper follow the requirements in the link above. this is to be published to the journal above 1. rewrite/ revision, add the content in the history and surgery documents to make it more complete. Please use medical terminology to describe it. You can read the samples sent to you (please remind me to send you later) for related formats and expressions. In addition, just look at the case report published in the above magazine I sent you, see how this magazine writes, and rewrite according to the articles published in the magazine. 2. the first 3 references need to be updated (the first 3 in the reference page, they were in 2017. it’s been 3 years already since the paper was written in 2017 and then it was left undone till now). Also need to update the related contents in the discussion part.   3. Refer to the guide, which requires no more than 10 references.   4. I have chosen 4 pictures myself. You can see which pictures are better to put in the paper. it must include information about endoscopy and images. you can have 4-6 pictures? double-check the guide to see if there is any restriction. There are restrictions on image and video formats and pixels, which need to be rewritten as required by the magazine 5. format: each magazine has its own format. please refer to this magazine articles and guide

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[SOLVED] Use of Glue

Use of glue for hemostasis in endoscopy for gastrointestinal bleed  Need an introduction about the use of glue for hemostasis, current use of the glue in different types of gastrointestinal bleeding (it is predominantly used for various but need to mention all possible gastrointestinal bleeds that it can be used for), future direction and conclusion

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[SOLVED] Paediatric Reference Intervals

Reference intervals provide valuable information to doctors in their interpretation of laboratory test results, and are important in patient diagnosis and making key clinical decisions. The reference interval serves as a benchmark with which to compare a patient’s test result. Currently, many paediatric laboratory test results are inappropriately interpreted using reference intervals obtained from adult populations, hospitalized paediatric populations, or outdated and/or inaccurate technology. Thus, many paediatric reference intervals used in diagnostic laboratories are incomplete and may not be suitable for clinical use.   Discuss the pre-analytical, analytical and post-analytical challenges that can affect the establishment of paediatric reference intervals. Propose how you would overcome those challenges and provide relevant examples. (Your essay should include the rationale for establishing a paediatric reference interval, factors that can affect it and any other considerations that are applicable.)

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[SOLVED] Researchers Curiosity

1. What are the goals of research in nursing education and practice? 2. Explain how a researcher’s curiosity can trigger research activity 3. Describe evidence-based practice in the context of research? 4. List down at least 3 possible topics for your research and write the rationales why you are interested in your chosen topics. maybe 2 pages at least. Arial,

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[SOLVED] Health Technologies

Health Technologies and Innovations Effectively Respond to the COVID-19 pandemic discuss

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[Solved] Prescribing Drugs

Assignment: Ethical and Legal Implications of Prescribing Drugs What type of drug should you prescribe based on your patient’s diagnosis? How much of the drug should the patient receive? How often should the drug be administered? When should the drug not be prescribed? Are there individual patient factors that could create complications when taking the drug? Should you be prescribing drugs to this patient? How might different state regulations affect the prescribing of this drug to this patient? For more information on Prescribing Drugs read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prescription_drug

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[Solved] Pharmacy Technician

 Read the case study below, and then respond to the questions that follow. A pharmacy technician asks the pharmacist if it’s suitable to substitute Fiorinal No. 3® for Sedapap®, which was prescribed, because of the nearly identical chemical properties of the two drugs. He explains to the pharmacist that the pharmacy is out of Sedapap and that the prescribing physician did indicate that a suitable substitution medication was allowed. The pharmacy technician fills the order, substituting Fiorinal No. 3® for Sedapap®. The patient takes the Fiorinal No. 3® and is hospitalized after going into anaphylactic shock. Fiorinal No. 3® contains codeine, which the patient is allergic to. The pharmacy technician later finds out that Fiorinal No. 3®, a Schedule III drug because of its codeine content, is vastly different than the drug simply referred to as Fiorinal®, a non-narcotic agonist analgesic. Question 1: Is this error the fault of the pharmacy technician only? Why or why not? Question 2: Is it the fault of the physician? Why or why not? Question 3: What are the potential outcomes of this error? For more information read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharmacy_technician

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[Solved] Bacteriostatic and Bactericidal Drugs

1. Explain the difference between the actions of bacteriostatic and bactericidal drugs. 2. Explain the following terms in relation to antibiotic therapy I.  Identification of the infecting organism II.  Drug susceptibility III. Host factors IV. Empiric Therapy 3. When caring for a patient with an infection, the nurse may check the following labs.  Explain why these labs would be monitored in a patient receiving antibiotics for an infection CBC with differential Liver and kidney function tests Serum drug levels of the antibiotic

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[Solved] Traditional Chinese Medicine

Choose one of the tonic herbs (discussed on page #60 of your textbook) used in traditional Chinese medicine and answer the following questions? 1. Is this herb used in the United States? What are the health benefits of this herb2? Is there any research study done on this herb? Mention the research study and discuss the results of it. Guidelines: The answer should be based on the knowledge obtained from reading the textbook, no just your opinion. Is there are 4 questions in the discussion, you must answer all of them. Grading Criteria: The student mentions if this herb is used in the US (20 points). Health benefits (30 points). A mention research study (20 points). Discuss results of the research study (30 points).

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[Solved] Medical Practice

What was wrong with Wakefield’s study? Discuss at least 1 variable or approach that should have been controlled or assessed. Consider the source of some of his data (parental memory, for example), the small sample size, and whether he considered other variables (genetics, diet, and so on) that could have resulted in symptoms in these children. Discuss the importance of a control group when using the scientific method. Did Wakefield deserve to be barred from medical practice? What were the consequences of his inflated conclusions? ReferencesDeer, B. (2011). How the case against the MMR vaccine was fixed. BMJ, 342. Retrieved from http://www.bmj.com/content/342/bmj.c5347Schute, N. (2013). Fifteen years after a vaccine scare, a measles epidemic. Retrieved from https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2013/05/21/185801259/fifteen-years-after-a-vaccine-scare-a-measles-epidemicScience Buddies. (2018). Steps of the scientific method: What is the scientific method? Retrieved from https://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/science-fair/steps-of-the-scientific-method#keyinfoTaylor, B., Miller, E., Farrington, C. P., Petropoulos, M. C., Favot-Mayaud, I., Li, J., & Waight, P. A. (1999). Autism and measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine: No epidemiological evidence for a causal association. The Lancet, 353(9169), 2026-2029. Retrieved from http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(99)01239-8/fulltexWakefield, A. J., Murch, S. H., Anthony, A., Linnell, J., Casson, D. M., Malik, M., et al. (1998). RETRACTED: Ileal-lymphoid-nodular hyperplasia, non-specific colitis, and pervasive developmental disorder in children. The Lancet, 351. Retrieved from http://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lancet/PIIS0140-6736(97)11096-0.pdf iv, S. (2015). Andrew Wakefield, the father of the anti-vaccine movement, responds to the current measles outbreak for the first time. Retrieved from http://www.newsweek.com/2015/02/20/andrew-wakefield-father-anti-vaccine-movement-sticks-his-story-305836.html

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