One of the most incredible videos about Human embryology is a case of ectopic pregnancy lodged in the fallopian tube, notice the movement of its arms and legs, observe its anatomy, the presence of the umbilical cord, is really Surprising beauty and the complexity of human embryology. It is not a case of abortion, nor is any of us behind this video, before commenting on negative things, we remember that although this little one seems to be growing very well, his time is limited because his mother's uterus is not growing, but , on the contrary, is growing in a wrong place, the fallopian tube. As the pregnancy grows, the fallopian tubes also grow. If left untreated, it will grow, grow and grow until the tube explodes. This causes massive internal bleeding in the mother and she will die. The classic triad of symptoms is abdominal pain, amenorrhea (absence of menstruation), and vaginal bleeding.
الحمل خارج الرحم في حالات الحمل الطبيعية تنغرس البويضة المخصبة في بطانة الرحم، بينما في حالات الحمل المنتبذ أو الحالة الحمل خارج الرحم (بالإنجليزية: Ectopic pregnancy) فإنّ المشكلة تكمن باستقرار البويضة المخصبة في موضع ما خارج الرحم، كعنق الرحم أو أحد المبيضين، أو في منطقة ما من البطن، أو في أحد قنوات فالوب، وفي الواقع تُعدّ قنوات فالوب الموقع الأكثر شيوعاً لاستقرار البويضة الخصبة في حالات الحمل خارج الرحم، وهذا ما دفع الكثير من الأخصائيين لإطلاق اسم حمل قناة فالوب على هذا النوع من مشاكل الحمل، وتجدر الإشارة إلى أنّ حدوث الحمل خارج الرحم يُعتبر ظاهرة نادرة إلى حد ما، فهو لا يحدث إلا في 2% من حالات الحمل تقريباً، ولكن هذا لا يعني أنّه احتمالية يمكن إهمالها أو التقليل من شأنها، فقد يؤدي لمضاعفات صحية خطيرة إذا لم يتم الكشف عنه وعلاجه، فزيادة حجم كتلة الحمل يمكن أن تؤدي لانفجار قناة فالوب، وما يترتب عليها من خطر تعرّض المرأة للنزيف الداخلي، والعدوى، وربما الموت .
Mas veja bem... Arrasta esse orgulho para a vida profissional, e faça isso valer a pena, todos os dia a beira leito... Todos os dias com a tua equipe! Valoriza tua equipe cara! O plantão não é uma esteira maluca, que você aperta parafuso um após o outro sem pensar... Tem gente envolvida, passando nesta esteira, olha para eles! No laboratório, no estágio, a gente acha que jaleco é "status" , depois que forma, sente o peso que ele tem.... Quando disserem: paciente parou aqui ó! , Não dá para tirar e sair correndo.... (Até dá, mas não é isso que você, que está lendo isso fará)... Então... Que o peso desse jaleco, seja relativo com o "tanto" que você estuda, se aprimora. Nossa ciência é linda, mas tem muito profissional chuchu por aí, manchando ela... (Não engorde essa estatística não)
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This is amazing look how the baby is moving inside the womb of mother.
The question is why babies are moving inside the womb?
For many mothers, the sensation of your baby moving is a landmark moment, but while most accept it as a normal part of pregnancy, there’s still come confusion as to why it happens. @med__life
But now researchers have finally discovered the reason babies move so much in the womb - and it's not just to keep you awake at night
According to a new study published in the journal Development, scientists at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, in India, and Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland, found that babies move around because they are trying to develop strong bones and joints.
By analysing chicken and mouse embryos, the researchers determined that movement helps stimulate “molecular interactions” that ultimately turn cells and tissues of an embryo into functional bones and joints.
Depending on where the cells are, movement directs them to either form bone or cartilage.
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5️⃣ Highlights of my Nursing Journey
1. Being a CNA: I started my nursing career as a Certified Nursing Assistant. I worked in the role while completing my pre-requisites and this was one of the most impactful roles of my career thus far! I learned so much, which jumpstarted my career.
2. Nurse Externship/Volunteering: When I entered the Nursing program I had to give up full time work. I found that being a part of a Nurse Extern Program or Volunteering was a great way for me to add experience while also networking with future employers. I was offered a position with the hospital where I completed my externship 3 months prior to graduating.
3. Emergency Department RN: While I always knew I wanted to work in Geriatrics, I started my nursing career in the ED to enhance my skills and get a great learning experience in a short amount of time. The MDs, Mid-Levels and Nursing staff went out of their way to offer me extra learning experiences because they recognized my eagerness to learn!
4. Home Health: After 1 year of ED work, I entered the world of home health. This was more aligned with my desire to work in Geriatrics. Community Health nursing gives you a chance to go beyond nursing skills. In this field you automatically become a case manager and exercise your ability to address social needs which is challenging yet humbling.
5. Graduate School: Obtaining my Masters was always a goal of mine. The decision to go to Grad School was based upon my desire to impact the Geriatric population by changing the course of care. I work from a holistic stand point in an effort to go beyond prescribing and I use my expertise to provide education and lifestyle alternatives for my patients.
Whatever your route is, pour a lot into gaining experiences. Being well rounded is important no matter what field you choose. Look for opportunities through web searches and nursing organizations! By being proactive you may land employment opportunities you weren’t even looking for!
Happy Friday! 🎉📚 We're back with another great feature 💕💕We especially agree with her tip # 2! Go give @motivationinthegaps some love!.
"Hi everyone! My name is Arya - I’m a pre-med student pursuing a masters in Biomedical Sciences, studying for the MCAT, and building experiences as I navigate the gap years 🤗 Here are some things I picked up on my journey that might help you be a better student:
1. Study every day & stay organized. Graduate school work piles up quickly. You have to give yourself ample time to study and keep yourself accountable so that you aren’t drowning in piles and piles of information.
2. Don’t compare yourself to others to make yourself feel bad. Your journey is YOUR journey. Only compare yourself to others to create goals and set a benchmark for yourself.
3. Make a list of goals and a timeline for each semester and refer to them frequently so that you don’t lose sight of your tasks.
4. Trust your intuition. You know yourself best and only time will reveal everything.
5. Trust the process. Take your time, give it your fullest, plan & organize, grind and most importantly take care of your mind and body👩🏽⚕ Follow me on my journey through the gap years and feel free to DM me any questions or if you want to say Hi @motivationinthegaps :)"
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In nursing it can be described a number of ways but generally comes down to being a patient’s representative, defending their rights and interests, protecting the patient’s interests, contributing to the patient’s decision making (by way of education) and or supporting the patient’s decisions.
Often times business and healthcare models and initiatives don’t mirror ethical models which create strain on the practitioners and providers because inherent goals and outcomes are totally different.
As a provider, I’ve been in uncomfortable situations where I’ve had to push back against mgmt. because my first and ultimate concern was/is the best interest of the patient and not the business’ bottom line ...bloop! Speaking up can be hard but it’s so necessary!
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Headaches: Causes of headache are several:
Stress, pollution, noise, lightings, weather change, bad posture, eye strain, and some other causes. Women are most sufferers, almost 70 percent of headaches belong to women.
Mechanism of the headaches are the release of chemicals that cause the swelling of the blood vessels in the vicinity of nerves.
Headaches are primary, secondary, and progressive.
Primary: In this category we can include tension-type headaches, migraines, and cluster-headaches. -Tension-types are mild to moderate and don’t worsen with bending or walking stairs. They are healable with OTC. -Migraines are because of the change of nerves and blood vessels, they are moderate to severe, there could be accompanied by pounding or throbbing (beats with regular rhythm and pulsating). They last few hours to 3 days, one to four times a month. They might be accompanied by nausea. -Cluster headaches come in group, constant throbbing and pounding or burning and piercing specially behind the eye region. They come 1 to 3 times a day and may last 3 months.
Secondary headaches are caused by other conditions, examples are: sinus headaches, medications’ overuse, sinusitis, otitis, pharyngitis and ... For progressive ones, there are some other neurological symptoms, and they may be caused by hydrocephalus, meningitis, encephalitis, tumors, brain bleeding, blood clots along the surface of the brain, abscess in brain, trauma, and toxins. *****💊 @medicationknowledge #healthy#tb#healthyfood#therapy#tbt#peace#heal#prescription#bodypositive#likeforlike#care#body#faith#medications#ideas#healthcare#meds#nurse#nurselifestyle#medlifestyle#pharmacist#pharma#pharmacylife#wellbeing#healthybody#healthtips#eat -fruits #eatplants#mindfulness#pharmacy
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it’s my first book as an author. I suggest everyone to read this; there are a lot of information in it, it’s impossible reading it and getting bored or not learning something new.
In this book, I drew a big picture about the human body by describing some anatomy, mentioning some diseases (how preventing or curing them), and recalling few medications that I consider more efficient. There are also few personality tips about how to improve to a better-self. Practically, most of the information provided in the book are based on my own personal knowledge and experiences.
I firmly believe that without the use of big words, reading, understanding, and applying the tips become more pleasant! This book is very simple to perceive.
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Hi, my name is Kat! 👋🏼 it’s been a while since I’ve done an intro post so here it is! Let me know below if we’re alike! ⬇️⬇️
🌟I just graduated with my Masters degree in Physician Assistant (PA) studies from school in NYC! 👩🏻⚕️ But my hometown is VT!
🌟 I’m an early 🐦 gets the 🐛 kind of person. Being up before everyone else and watching the sun come up is my happy place + time
🌟I still have 3 baby teeth 🦷
🌟Country music is my jam.
🌟Waffles or pancakes? Waffles (like Leslie Knope - Parks & Rec reference)
🌟I’m getting married to a man who’s even more of a nerd than me! We met 5 years ago and this past year decided we wanna do this thing for life
🌟HP reference: I just found out I’m a Ravenclaw, but inside I think I’m a little bit of a Hufflepuff. So I’m thinking Rufflepuff? ⚡️
🌟Favorite show: FRIENDS. 🦞
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👩🏼🏫How much math is there in med school?
There are so many course requirements to apply to medical school, and so many of them are mathematical: Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Genetics, Cell Biology, and even Biochemistry. 🌪
📚Not only do you need to survive these course requirements, but you need to learn them well to be successful on the MCAT!
But what about med school? How much of the math do you need to know?
🧠Honestly? Barely any of it. But forming that foundation will help you apply the simpler equations and concepts to human physiology.
Some of that math will pop up in your courses, and then again on STEP1.
Here are some examples:
♥️Cardiovascular function, cardiac output, stroke volume, EKG assessment
🚰Renal perfusion, glomerular filtration rate 🌬Lung volumes, FEV1/FVC, Winter’s formula, Alveolar has equation
🧬Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, Punnet squares
💉Blood volumes, volume of distribution, drug clearance
💊Medication dose, concentrations based on body mass
📈Sensitivity, specificity, relative risk, number needed to treat
👁👂🏼Concepts in physics help you understand the flow of blood and air, and the physiology of sound and sight. -
💻Thankfully, there are some practice problems in UWorld (shown on my screen) as well.
Regardless of whether you’re a math person, the arithmetic in medicine is rather straightforward. Once you pick it up, your understanding of the human body will become a logical one!
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