Artery Essay Topics

Bad Effects of Smoking

Cigarette smoking is usually associated with breathing trouble and lung cancer. But smokers are at a high risk of developing several chronic disorders. Along with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity and diabetes, smoking is a major independent risk factor for a coronary heart disease or kidney failure. It causes damage by decreasing the oxygen… View Article

Congestive Heart Failure

Abstract The prevalence of congestive heart failure is on the increase both in the United States and all over the world, and it is the leading cause of hospitalization in the elderly population. Congestive heart failure is a progressive disease generally seen in the elderly, which if not properly managed, can lead to repeated hospital… View Article

Essay Put yourself in the role of Detective Garrison

Put yourself in the role of Detective Garrison. You must now write a report explaining what Renee might have said with regard to the above questions. You should use all of your knowledge about blood pressure and the information from this case to explain each of the following aspects of blood pressure and discuss their… View Article

Depth first-aid and the branches of it

First Aid, emergency care for a victim of sudden illness or injury until more skillful medical treatment is available. First aid may save a life or improve certain vital signs including pulse, temperature, a patent (unobstructed) airway, and breathing. In minor emergencies, first aid may prevent a victim’s condition from worsening and provide relief from… View Article

Discuss the reasons for the global distribution of heart disease

“h The nature of Coronary Heart Disease. What is it? “h The Global distribution of Coronary Heart Disease. “h The likely causes for this – include diet, smoking, lack of exercise as a minimum. For the heart to function properly, your heart needs a steady supply of oxygen from the blood, which flows through the… View Article

Lab Report: Blood Pressure

The woozy feeling when standing up too quickly. After going for a run, feeling as if one more beat and the heart would project itself out of the chest. Or quite the opposite and being in a very relaxed state. These are all changes one experiences at some time or another. What causes the different… View Article

Shock is a syndrome

1) Introduction Shock is a syndrome, in which oxygen supply to various tissues and organs of the body are interrupted.1 It represents the final common pathway, of a variety of potentially lethal diseases and conditions.2,3 It is a medical emergency, involving acute tissue hypoperfusion and cellular destruction, and will ultimately lead to organ failure and… View Article

The Silent Killer

Today’s world many individuals suffer from the effects of high blood pressure; however, most of them are not aware of the causes. High blood pressure is a very dangerous health condition, which, if left untreated can become life-threatening. Although most people strive for their pressure readings to be normal, many do not realize they can… View Article

Anatomy Case paper

You are a first-year RN student and you volunteered to work for San Antonio Hospital in the ER Department. Patient John Doe was brought by the ambulance after he collapsed at work. The triage nurse is assessing him for further evaluation by the ER Physician on duty. Based on your study of Anatomy and using… View Article

Heart Dissection Report

Introduction/Purpose In this lab experiment, I examined a pig’s heart and compared it to a human’s heart. The pig’s heart is very similar to a human’s heart by having the same structures, veins, valves, and chambers. I was unable to perform hands on examination on a human heart so I examined a pig’s heart. I… View Article

The term ‘Phlebotomy’

‘Phlebotomy’ comes from the Greek word phlebos, meaning veins, and tome, meaning incision. Bloodletting is one of the humanity’s oldest medical practices, dating back thousands of years and is linked to many ancient cultures, including the Mayans, Aztecs, Egyptians and Mesopotamians. Evidence suggests bloodletting for therapeutic reasons may have begun in Egypt around 1400B.C. Tomb… View Article

Maternal Care and Newborn Care

Theoretical Framework Dorothea Orem Theory – Self Care Deficit Theory Every mature person has the ability to meet self care needs, but when a person experiences the inability to do so due to limitations , thus exist a self care deficit. A person benefits from nursing interventions when a health situations inhibits their ability to… View Article

Dark Chocolate

Chemistry Central Journal brings even more good news for chocolate lovers, stating that dark chocolate contains more flavanols and polyphenols than fruit juice. “Cacao seeds are a ‘Super Fruit’ providing nutritive value beyond that of their macronutrient composition,” said Dr Debra Miller. Chocolate and Blood Pressure The important thing is that the antioxidants in dark… View Article

Keeping Up With the Jones’s

Part I: What two parameters are responsible for creating the movement (filtration and reabsorption) of fluid across the capillary wall? The hydrostatic pressure/blood pressure and osmotic pressure/water pressure. Find a diagram of a capillary – copy/paste and cite the source. Under normal circumstances, what components of the blood cross the capillary wall? Blood cells can’t… View Article

Homeostatic Imbalances. Hypertension and Diabetes

Hypertension is a common health problem especially among people over age of 60 years. This disease is diagnostic when a patient blood pressure is more than 140 to 159 over 90 to 99. Blood pressure refers to the pressure that blood applies to the inner walls of the Diabetes is an endocrine system disorder that… View Article