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How to Prepare for PALS Class | Nashville PALS Classes

By at December 17, 2012 | 9:46 am | 0 Comment

Hi! And congratulations on deciding to take a Pediatric Advance Life Support class. A PALS class is very challenging and very rewarding. Here we provide some information you'll find very helpful before taking your PALS certification course. Before studying the PALS manual it is necessary for students to have a solid understanding of ECG rhythms and pharmacology. If more...

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What is Tinnitus by Elizabeth Dare

By at December 16, 2012 | 9:06 am | 0 Comment

Tinnitus is a persistent sound, heard inside of one or both ears, for which there is no external source.  For some sufferers, it sounds like chirping, while others hear clicking, whistling, hissing, roaring, or ringing.  The sound may be a single tone or multiple tones, and it may remain constant or vary at random.  The sound level may be anywhere from soft to more...

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Metastatic Breast Cancer in Liver by Ogulbyabek Annayeva

By at December 15, 2012 | 9:37 am | 1 Comments

Metastatic breast cancer in liver is breast cancer that has spread from its original site, which is breast to liver.  The liver is the second most common area the breast cancer spreads to, the first being the bones. The breast cancer that matures where it first started in the breast is so-called the primary cancer. The place where it spreads to which is the liver and more...

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What is Wheat Grass? by Robert Brown

By at December 11, 2012 | 8:21 am | 0 Comment

My Dad’s poor dietary habits ultimately led him towards colon cancer. My Father Michael Brown ate mostly meat. Towards his final few years, he was constantly in and out of the hospital. Diabetes, leg amputation and complete dependence on the healthcare system proved to be a miserable existence for Him. After intensive care treatment the last few months of his life, my more...

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Marfan Syndrome by Laura Puckett

By at December 8, 2012 | 8:03 am | 0 Comment

Marfan Syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects the person’s connective tissue.  The connective tissue holds organs in place and attach skin to bones and provide support to blood vessels. The gene that is inherited in this syndrome is the fibrillin gene. This protein makes connective tissue elastic and strong so organs can move around be still be anchored. This more...

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