Baby with a Tail
The baby was born in India in 2001. His 10 inch tail was revealed to the world a year after his birth. A lot of Indians consider him to be a re-incarnation of god.…
A baby was born with six legs at the National Institute of Child Health in Karachi, Pakistan.
Infant had a conjoined twin, which resulted in the extra limbs. The boy's fatherIS an X-ray technician.…
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Hospital Management System Software Corporate Presentation and Flash demo
Software Modules -…Continue
The Hospital management software is mainly designed to maintain the streamlined business operation, enhanced administration and control, superior patient care, strict cost control and improved profitability of health care industry. The…Continue
Depending on the hospital size, medical laboratories perform many tests every day. In order to keep track of test requests, sample processing and result dissemination, many laboratories depend on software. This software is known in labs as Laboratory Management System. Laboratory software framework offers a holistic solution for efficient and streamlined management of labs performance. With centralized resource management and control, reservation and scheduling…Continue
postoperative agitation (EA) is non purposeful restlessness and inconsolability that is often accompanied by thrashing, shouting, prolonged crying, and disorientation.
lost intravenous catheters, and disconnected cables and monitoring instruments. dislodge drains or other medical devices
Increase in the incidence of major complication
Increase in the incidence of admission into rehabilitation centers
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It can be performed as an outpatient procedure. It is readily available and can be performed without any prior preparation, with the verbal consent of the patient.
We can identify the macroscopic lesions on the ectocervix, by visual inspection. eg. Friable large growths on the cervix, unhealthy cervix with foul smelling discharge, ulcerated lesions which are suggestive of carcinoma of cervix clinically.
It is readily available and less time consuming, less expensive,and no…
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obtain cells from the cervix by using cytobrush or Ayre’s spatula and subjected to microscopic examination. Can perform as an out patient procedure. Widely used as a screening test for the carcinoma of cervix.
Easy to perform and no need of intense training or specialists to perform it less time consuming, no need of expensive equipment.
Microscopic examination- of the cells can comment on the degree of dyskaryosis as mild, moderate or severe and by that can predict about…
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Differential diagnosis of pneumoperitoneum
* Chilaiditi syndrome
* Subphrenic abscess
* linear atelectasis at the base of the lungs
interposition of the bowel (usually hepatic flexure of the…
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Required to make the diagnosis
Two major criteria or one major and two miner criteria plus supportive evidence of preceding group A streptococcal infection (markedly raised ASOT titre or group A streptococcus on throat culture)
a) Pan carditis- 50%, early manifestation
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Acute glomerulonephritis refers to a specific set of renal diseases in which an immunologic mechanism triggers inflammation and proliferation of glomerular tissue that can result in damage to the basement membrane, mesangium, or capillary endothelium. Hippocrates originally described the manifestation of back pain and hematuria, which lead to oliguria or anuria. With the development of the microscope, Langhans was later able to describe these pathophysiologic glomerular…Continue
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1) Regarding cardiac surgery
1) Cardiac-by-pass is essential for CABG
2) Mechanical valves need lifelong anti-coagulation
3) Biological valves have a longer life span
4) Hyperthermia is the only effective cardio-protective meassure
5) Overall hospital mortality following CABG is 10%
2) Common causes of respiratory difficulty in a trauma patient includes
1) Decreased level of…Continue
Color blindness is the inability to differentiate between different colors. The most common type is red-green color blindness. This occurs in 8 percent of males and 0.4 percent of females. It occurs when either the red or green cones are not present or not functioning properly. People with this problem are not completely unable to see red or green, but often confuse the two colors. This is an inherited disorder and affects men more commonly since the capacity for color vision is located on…Continue
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The color-responsive chemicals in the cones are called cone pigments and are very similar to the chemicals in the rods. The retinal portion of the chemical is the same, however the scotopsin is replaced with photopsins. Therefore, the color-responsive pigments are made of retinal and photopsins. There are three kinds of color-sensitive pigments:
- Red-sensitive pigment
- Green-sensitive pigment
- Blue-sensitive pigment
Each cone cell has one of these pigments so…Continue
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Low vision or subnormal vision may be defined as; reduced vision which even the best correction with regular spectacles still results in impairment from a performance standpoint.
A low vision specialist can determine through examination, devices, i.e. special magnifying devices or computer technology, that might help a patient with low vision perform tasks they haven't been able to do because of their visionLow vision affects people at school, on the job and at home. It makes daily…Continue
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