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what Is Neurocognitive Impairment?

A: Neurocognitive impairment is a serious condition marked by the progressive loss of one’s mental faculties over time. often known simply as dementia, signs of neurocognitive impairment are not confined to memory loss alone. Individuals often experience difficulty articulating and processing information, as well as behavioral and interpersonal difficulties. Treatment for dementia is entirely dependent on one’s symptoms and usually involves drug therapy.. A comprehensive physical examination and medical history is essential to confirming neurocognitive impairment is taking place. Individuals...


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what Is Disseminated Herpes Zoster?

A: Disseminated herpes zoster is a complication of the herpes zoster virus. often affecting individuals with compromised immunity, disseminated herpes zoster occurs when the virus spreads throughout the body. Sometimes necessitating hospitalization, treatment for disseminated herpes zoster involves the administration of medications, including steroidal and antiviral drugs, to ease symptoms and prevent complications.. A diagnosis of disseminated herpes zoster is generally made with a visual examination. the tell-tale rash is difficult to mistake....


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what to Look for in a Blood Borne Pathogen Training Course: 4 Tips

A: All people in the healthcare sector, doctors, nurses, support staff and janitorial staff, people in medical labs and all those who are in touch with blood are at a risk of contracting blood borne pathogens, which are contaminants in the infected blood. these contaminants can cause severe illnesses like Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and hiv AIDS and even death if they entry other blood streams. All those who may come in touch with blood and other body fluids are required to...


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Definition of "standard of care" "standard practice" etc.

A: the "Standard of Care" is a local ruling and is different from one place or one time to the next. Your recitation illustrates this. You will never find a constant standard of care. It was the judge says it is, or the expert who is testifying. or often a rule book for some county clerk. Standard of care can mean only that degree of expertise and diligence most doctors in the area  adhere to. You do not m,ention the...
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what Is Venereology?

A: Venereology is a branch of medicine which focuses on the study and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). In many regions of the world, venereology is treated as a branch of dermatology, because many of the conditions studied by venereologists result in skin eruptions and other skin problems. As a result, many people in this field belong to an academy of dermatology and venereology, being trained as dermatologists first and later specializing in the study of sexually transmitted...
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what is Listeria?

A: Listeria is a bacteria that if consumed, can make people seriously ill. Listeria can be found in soft cheeses made from unpasteurized milk, raw meat, unpasteurized milk, unwashed vegetables, deli meats, and hot dogs or sausages that are not fully heated, even if they are fully cooked before packaging. In most cases, slight exposure to Listeria will not result in symptoms, however those with lower immune systems are at greater risk for contraction. A listeria infection may present with fever, soreness of the neck and vomiting or diarrhea. Complicated forms can lead to
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what Is Mycobacterium Avium Complex?

A: Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) is an infection caused by bacteria in the genus Mycobacterium which can strike immunocompromised patients such as people with hiv/AIDS, cancer patients, and individuals with other types of conditions which weaken the immune system. This infection can be very dangerous in some patients, and requires prompt and aggressive treatment, which may include hospitalization, depending on the patient and the specifics of the situation. A doctor can diagnose MAC with the assistance of a sample...
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what is Fungal Infection?

A: the human body is covered with a vast amount and diverse range of germs. these germs live harmlessly within the body and on the skin. However, certain types of fungus can build up on the skin and cause infections. A fungal infection is usually not serious and can not normally be spread easily from person to person. An infection deeper within the body may be more serious. A fungal infection usually appears on the skin, as the organisms live on a protein called keratin. This protein makes up the nails, skin and hair.
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what Causes Night Sweats And How Can One Prevent them?

A: Night sweats or, as referred to in the medical field, nocturnal hyperhidrosis can be linked to a wide range of conditions. the simplest grade of night sweats to treat is caused by environmental factors. these factors include room temperature, bedding, and the types of garments worn at night. there are more serious degrees of night sweats that usually stem from other medical conditions. these conditions include menopause, various infections, cancers, medications, low blood sugar, and
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what System of the Body Does AIDS Attack?

A: the target of the AIDS virus hiv is the immune system. It weakens the immune system which reduces a person''s ability to fight off pathogens. That is why people with AIDS are more susceptible to bacterial and viral infections than other people. Most often than not, it is not the symptoms of AIDS that kill a person but rather some opportunistic infection, like pneumonia, that occurred because the very weak immune system...
 
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