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Motivation for Being a Doctor

A 3 page essay that answers three questions: what qualities do you bring to a career in medicine? What would you change or improve? Why do you want to pursue a career in primary care medicine? No bibliography is offered.

Disease Pathology / Global Exposure & Treatment

A 5 page research paper on the global implications of disease pathology. The writer focuses on the ecological (weather) and human contact factors associated with the transfer of disease, and posits that localized studies in disease monitoring such as that practiced by Jenner, continues to benefit both local and global communities. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

"Risk Factors For Cardiovascular Disease In Children With Type 1 Diabetes" - Brief Analysis

3 pages in length. The general research problem Lipman et al (2000) attempt to address revolves around the relationship between children with Type 1 insulin-dependent diabetes and the prevalence of cardiovascular disease as a complication. The predominant coupling of cardiovascular disease and Type 1 diabetes in children requires a greater understanding of environmental factors and the impact they have upon the presence of CVD in these afflicted children. Lipman et al (2000) seek to determine if preventive monitoring measures will serve to be an effective means by which to enable "early identification and treatment of known risk factors" (p. 160). The ultimate goal is to combat factors directly associated with cardiovascular disease and Type 1 insulin-dependent diabetes in children, which the authors believe can be achieved by adopting a preventive approach. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Emphysema / A Radiographic Overview

A 5 page overview of the various classifications of emphysema and the use of radiographic techniques, especially High Resolution CT, in the diagnosis, assessment and monitoring of patients with the disease. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

Narrative Essay on the Most Influential Person in My Life, My Grandmother (Lola)

In three pages this paper offers a narrative essay on the difficult life and death of the author’s Filipino aborigine grandmother, who endured countless hardships in the southern fishing island section of the Philippines who struggled and sacrificed for her family until her death from tuberculosis and Alzheimer’s disease. Three sources are listed in the bibliography.

Essays / Medicine, Medical Science, & Medical Ethics

29 pages worth of in-depth essay responses to questions concerning medical ethics, AIDS, euthanasia, the Hippocratic Oath, and more. An EXCELLENT resource for pre-med and early med students. No Bibliography.

Effects and Disease Related to CRT Monitors

This 7 page report discusses there are health concerns associated with computer use beyond the typical issues of carpal tunnel syndrome, backache, and the expanding-derrière factor associated with the sedentary behavior associated with computer use. Other concerns are linked to electromagnetic radiation. Most often, electromagnetic radiation or EMR is associated with high-voltage powerlines, different household appliances, specialized computer use or a combination of factors. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

Power & Female Relationships/2 Novels

A 5 page essay that contrasts and compares the structure and themes of Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club (1989) and Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine (1984), which have very similar structures as a novels. Each text offers a series of short stories that collectively relate a coherent saga of generations and relationships. Tan relates the stories of four families and Erdrich focuses on three interconnected families. In both works, the authors portray the tension that arises from conflicting cultural expectations, that is, from being "other" within the context of mainstream culture in terms that primarily dramatizes this as tension between two generations of women. Primarily the writer talks about Tan's short story "Two Kinds" and Erdrich's "Saint Marie." Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Taking a Toddler’s Blood Pressure

A 6 page research paper that examines the topic of teaching parents (or caregivers) to monitor a toddler’s blood pressure. Childhood obesity is one of the most crucial public health issues facing the country today and recent studies have shown that not only is pediatric obesity on the rise, but its associated comorbities are increasing as well, such as “hypertension, dyslipidemia, and early-onset type 2 diabetes,” which is generally referred to as “metabolic syndrome” (Hypertension, 2005, p. 908). Furthermore, high blood pressure can be a symptom of “kidney, heart, blood vessel or endocrine disease” (SoRelle, 2006). Considering this situation, it may become advisable for a nurse to teach parents how to monitor their toddler’s blood pressure. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

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