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  • Diabetes Outcomes: Reducing Errors, Improving Control, and Harvesting Hope for Recovery View this Lecture for FREE by signing up at Viewany number of our other 28000 sessions from over 280 conferences by going to Speaker(s) Kristi Ross, BSN, RN, CNN, CCTC Billie Ann Wilson, PhD, RN Diabetes Outcomes: Reducing Errors, Improving Control, and Harvesting Hope for Recovery - American Nephrology Nurses Association National Symposium 2006 Nephrology Nursing and Evidence-Based Practice: In Harmony to Improve Patient OutcomesThe presence of any product, company, or corporation in any recording or content in no way signifies an endorsement of the product, company or corporation by ANCC Commission on Accreditation or the American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA). Diabetes is a leading cause or renal failure in the United States. How does that compare to the rest of the world? And what is the pathophysiologic basis for those differences? We'll explore these questions and more during this workshop. The implications of the use of insulin and the concerns associated with the L-insulin therapies will be addressed - what you need to know, the common errors, and how to avoid them in your practice. We'll follow the continuum and study the criteria for determining who receives a kidney-pancreas transplant, the preparations necessary for that treatment, and the research guiding the future of this treatment option. Spend a day delving deeply into this disease, which has a major impact on nephrology nursing. Learn how to improve ...
  • Video4 Rapid improvement in speech following perispinal etanercept Rapid speech improvement in primary progressive aphasia following perispinal etanercept at the INR® Los Angeles, Edward Tobinick MD Medical Director. Copyright 2010 INR®, all rights reserved. Complete information regarding anti-TNF for Alzheimer's at . For the published results please see Perispinal etanercept produces rapid improvement in primary progressive aphasia identification of a novel, rapidly reversible TNF-mediated pathophysiologic mechanisms. Tobinick E. Medscape Journal of Medicine, Neurology and Neurosurgery Clinical Cases 2008 June 10; 10(6):135. This video was included as part of the peer-reviewed, published, scientific article.
  • Basic Healthy Lifestyle Suggestions And EMFS Part 2 Qlink Pendant : Qlink Pendant Reviews: Home Radiation Protection : REPLACEMENT OF AMALGAM DENTAL FILLINGS Not only do amalgam dental fillings attract EMF and electricity to your body, they create electrical current, and they contain mercury. Mercury is very toxic and is difficult for the human body to process and get rid of. Heavy metals in your body may have contributed to your getting sick in the first place. There are many ways in which you could have acquired heavy metal toxicity but dental amalgam fillings are a major source of contamination. It is not a single incident contamination but an ongoing leaching into the body. (see: Environment Canada's Mercury and the Environment, Health Concerns) Dental Mercury is the Source of Two-Thirds of Mercury in the Population Amalgam restorations consist of mercury, silver, tin, copper, and a trace amount of zinc. The dental amalgam has two fundamental flaws that adversely affect a patient's health. The first fundamental flaw is that all amalgam metals are cations(a). The net result of the tendency for covalent(b), ionic and metallic bonding and van der Waals forces(c) between amalgam cations is a weak repulsion. So there is a sustained release of mercury and other metals from the amalgam into the body. Researchers have measured a daily release of mercury on the order of 10 micrograms from the amalgam into the body. Mercury is a toxic metal; the most minute amount damages cells ...
  • Pathophysiologic Background and New Treatment Options in IBS (III)
  • The Relationship of Microalbuminuria, Proteinuria, and Blood Pressure with Cardiovascular ... View this Lecture for FREE by signing up at Viewany number of our other 28000 sessions from over 280 conferences by going to Speaker(s) Sharon Anderson, MD The Relationship of Microalbuminuria, Proteinuria, and Blood Pressure with Cardiovascular Disease: Implications for Treatment - American Nephrology Nurses Association Fall Meeting 2006 The purpose of ANNA's Fall Meeting is to provide nurses in all roles within nephrology an opportunity to learn and problem solve together. The conference will help you address the challenges of providing care to individuals with chronic kidney disease within a variety of clinical settings across the continuum of kidney disease therapies.The presence of any product, company, or corporation in any recording or content in no way signifies an endorsement of the product, company or corporation by ANCC Commission on Accreditation or the American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA). Hypertension is a known complication and cause of chronic kidney disease. Hypertension management is complex and often frustrating as caregivers try to decipher clues that will guide treatment decisions. These problems will be explored using the pathophysiologic responses of blood pressure that occur with the presence of microalbuminuria and proteinuria. Treatment strategies based on these laboratory findings will be considered as we work to more adequately treat and manage hypertensive patients ...
  • Rapid improvement in speech following perispinal etanercept Rapid speech improvement in primary progressive aphasia following perispinal etanercept at the INR® Los Angeles. Copyright 2010 INR®, all rights reserved. Edward Tobinick MD Medical Director. Complete information regarding anti-TNF for Alzheimer's at . For the published results please see Perispinal etanercept produces rapid improvement in primary progressive aphasia identification of a novel, rapidly reversible TNF-mediated pathophysiologic mechanisms. Tobinick E. Medscape Journal of Medicine, Neurology and Neurosurgery Clinical Cases 2008 June 10; 10(6):135. This video was included as part of the peer-reviewed, published, scientific article.
  • Breakfast Symposium: Evidence-Based Anemia Management View this Lecture for FREE by signing up at Viewany number of our other 28000 sessions from over 280 conferences by going to Speaker(s) Suanne Petroff, RNCS, FNP, CNN Breakfast Symposium: Evidence-Based Anemia Management - American Nephrology Nurses Association Fall Meeting 2006 The purpose of ANNA's Fall Meeting is to provide nurses in all roles within nephrology an opportunity to learn and problem solve together. The conference will help you address the challenges of providing care to individuals with chronic kidney disease within a variety of clinical settings across the continuum of kidney disease therapies.The presence of any product, company, or corporation in any recording or content in no way signifies an endorsement of the product, company or corporation by ANCC Commission on Accreditation or the American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA). Describe the pathophysiologic basis for anemia in chronic kidney disease (CKD). Relate the complications of anemia in those with CKD to the signs and symptoms observed. Provide care, based on the evidence for best management, to patients with anemia related to CKD. bab611e39975afb1ddab1b1a987e3eda
  • Lymphatic Phlegm - Pathogenesis Infest Phlegmsepsia FULL ALBUM 2.wmv i beleive i'm missing a couple files, there's 28 in my .rar ..the files are too long for me to find out which i'm missing, but let me know which ones i need and i'll put together a completed upload once i have them. Nevertheless, enjoy. 1. Medicina Legalis Forensis (Mortui Vivos Docent) 01:07 2. Proliferative Reaction Of The Reticulo-endothelial System's Elements 00:52 3. Medico-legal ***ysis Of The Ethanol Levels In Cadaveric Blood And Organic Liquids 01:54 4. Completely Liquefying Organs (Disgorging In Putrefaction) 00:24 5. Gross Characteristics Of The Cerebral Abcess In The Early Stage Of Development 00:49 6. Blenorrhagical Spermatocystities Of Seminiferous Tubules 00:27 7. Chronic Pachymeningitis With Diffuse Dura Mater Inspissation 00:46 8. Multicystic Retroperitonial Sacrococcygenous Embryo-teratoma 00:40 9. Chronic Pro-Inflammatory Disorder In The Process Of Himeno-vulvo-vaginal Auto-disinfection 00:48 (file missed) 10. Fatal Pulmonary Embolism: Hystological ***ysis 02:23 11. Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa 00:14 12. Congenitally Acquired Retentive Liquid-organic Hydropsia 01:12 13. Insidious Colibacillosis Of The Urinary Ways (Infectious-inflammatory Pyocystities) 01:15 14. Large Intestine Segmental Edematous Ileopathia 00:55 15. Gruesome Aftermath Of The Pathologist's Cadaveric Vilipend 01:47 16. Secondary Dysmenorrhea Resulting From the Uterine Endometritis 00:45 17. Malignant Intravenous Obstruction In Chronic Phlebothrombosis 01:25 18 ...
  • Diabetes Outcomes: Reducing Errors, Improving Control, and Harvesting Hope for Recovery View this Lecture for FREE by signing up at Viewany number of our other 28000 sessions from over 280 conferences by going to Speaker(s) Kristi Ross, BSN, RN, CNN, CCTC Billie Ann Wilson, PhD, RN Diabetes Outcomes: Reducing Errors, Improving Control, and Harvesting Hope for Recovery - American Nephrology Nurses Association National Symposium 2006 Nephrology Nursing and Evidence-Based Practice: In Harmony to Improve Patient OutcomesThe presence of any product, company, or corporation in any recording or content in no way signifies an endorsement of the product, company or corporation by ANCC Commission on Accreditation or the American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA). Diabetes is a leading cause or renal failure in the United States. How does that compare to the rest of the world? And what is the pathophysiologic basis for those differences? We'll explore these questions and more during this workshop. The implications of the use of insulin and the concerns associated with the L-insulin therapies will be addressed - what you need to know, the common errors, and how to avoid them in your practice. We'll follow the continuum and study the criteria for determining who receives a kidney-pancreas transplant, the preparations necessary for that treatment, and the research guiding the future of this treatment option. Spend a day delving deeply into this disease, which has a major impact on nephrology nursing. Learn how to improve ...
  • Pathophysiologic Background and New Treatment Options in IBS (II)
  • Diabetes Outcomes: Reducing Errors, Improving Control, and Harvesting Hope for Recovery View this Lecture for FREE by signing up at Viewany number of our other 28000 sessions from over 280 conferences by going to Speaker(s) Kristi Ross, BSN, RN, CNN, CCTC Billie Ann Wilson, PhD, RN Diabetes Outcomes: Reducing Errors, Improving Control, and Harvesting Hope for Recovery - American Nephrology Nurses Association National Symposium 2006 Nephrology Nursing and Evidence-Based Practice: In Harmony to Improve Patient OutcomesThe presence of any product, company, or corporation in any recording or content in no way signifies an endorsement of the product, company or corporation by ANCC Commission on Accreditation or the American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA). Diabetes is a leading cause or renal failure in the United States. How does that compare to the rest of the world? And what is the pathophysiologic basis for those differences? We'll explore these questions and more during this workshop. The implications of the use of insulin and the concerns associated with the L-insulin therapies will be addressed - what you need to know, the common errors, and how to avoid them in your practice. We'll follow the continuum and study the criteria for determining who receives a kidney-pancreas transplant, the preparations necessary for that treatment, and the research guiding the future of this treatment option. Spend a day delving deeply into this disease, which has a major impact on nephrology nursing. Learn how to improve ...
  • Study Designs: Genetic Association Studies Teri Manolio, MD, Ph.D. Director, Office of Population Genomics, NHGRI. Genetics for Epidemiologists: Applications of Human Genomics to Population Sciences, was a short course for investigators and trainees in the field of epidemiology and related population-based sciences. It was conducted by the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) on May 13-14, 2008 at Northwestern University in Chicago. The goal of Genetics for Epidemiologists (GFE) was to familiarize epidemiologists and population-based researchers with recent developments in the theory and methods of human genetics that might be applied to the study of the distribution, natural history and etiology of diseases in populations. The course consisted of eight one-hour lectures and focused on the interface between genetics and epidemiology. Emphasis was on the application of modern human genome ***ysis methodologies to studies of human populations through the design, conduct, ***ysis, and interpretation of studies which effectively answer the epidemiologic question of interest. GFE is co-sponsored by the Office of Population Genomics, NHGRI, and the Department of Preventive Medicine at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. These videocasts are provided as an educational tool for epidemiologic investigators interested in learning more about applying genomics to their work. More: www.genome.gov
  • Diabetes Outcomes: Reducing Errors, Improving Control, and Harvesting Hope for Recovery View this Lecture for FREE by signing up at Viewany number of our other 28000 sessions from over 280 conferences by going to Speaker(s) Kristi Ross, BSN, RN, CNN, CCTC Billie Ann Wilson, PhD, RN Diabetes Outcomes: Reducing Errors, Improving Control, and Harvesting Hope for Recovery - American Nephrology Nurses Association National Symposium 2006 Nephrology Nursing and Evidence-Based Practice: In Harmony to Improve Patient OutcomesThe presence of any product, company, or corporation in any recording or content in no way signifies an endorsement of the product, company or corporation by ANCC Commission on Accreditation or the American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA). Diabetes is a leading cause or renal failure in the United States. How does that compare to the rest of the world? And what is the pathophysiologic basis for those differences? We'll explore these questions and more during this workshop. The implications of the use of insulin and the concerns associated with the L-insulin therapies will be addressed - what you need to know, the common errors, and how to avoid them in your practice. We'll follow the continuum and study the criteria for determining who receives a kidney-pancreas transplant, the preparations necessary for that treatment, and the research guiding the future of this treatment option. Spend a day delving deeply into this disease, which has a major impact on nephrology nursing. Learn how to improve ...
  • Pathophysiologic Background and New Treatment Options in IBS (I)
  • Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome - TTTS - Importance of Monitoring - Fetal Surgery - CHOP (4 of 8) Experts at The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia have developed a unique scoring system that looks at several factors in the fetal heart to help tailor treatment. Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome has challenged clinicians, researchers and parents since its identification several decades ago. The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment presents a complete overview of the disorder and how advanced prenatal care, including fetal surgery and fetoscopic laser surgery, provides the best hope for positive outcomes. Comprehensive services range from prenatal evaluation and diagnosis to treatment, including invasive fetal therapy and open fetal surgery.
  • Rapid improvement in speech following perispinal etanercept Rapid speech improvement in primary progressive aphasia following perispinal etanercept at the INR® Los Angeles, Edward Tobinick MD Medical Director. Copyright 2010 INR®, all rights reserved. Complete information regarding anti-TNF for Alzheimer's at . For the published results please see Perispinal etanercept produces rapid improvement in primary progressive aphasia: identification of a novel, rapidly reversible TNF-mediated pathophysiologic mechanisms. Tobinick E. Medscape Journal of Medicine, Neurology and Neurosurgery Clinical Cases 2008 June 10; 10(6):135. This video was included as part of the peer-reviewed, published, scientific article.
  • Fluid Balance and Outcomes in AKI Patients Visit youtube.crrtcounts2.com to register to view this webinar in its entirety. This 25-minute presentation, led by Dr. Ravindra Mehta, was taken from a live panel discussion hosted by Gambro at the 2009 ASN Congress in San Diego, CA. This presentation will focus on the pathophysiologic aspect of critical illness and how this can promote the development of fluid overload. To View this entire webinar, go to crrtcounts2.com/reg5 The presentation will cover: * Pathophysiology of fluid accumulation in critically ill patients * Influence of fluid overload on AKI patient outcomes * Clinical management of fluid overload in AKI
  • HIV and Hepatitis C in Transplantation View this Lecture for FREE by signing up at Viewany number of our other 28000 sessions from over 280 conferences by going to Speaker(s) Scott Gruber, MD, PhD, MBA, FACS, FCP HIV and Hepatitis C in Transplantation - American Nephrology Nurses Association Fall Meeting 2008 The purpose of ANNA's Fall Meeting is to provide nurses in all roles within nephrology an opportunity to learn and problem solve together. The conference will help you address the challenges of providing care to individuals with chronic kidney disease within a variety of clinical settings across the continuum of kidney disease therapies.Remember, if you attended this meeting you have Free Access to this content! Click here for more information.All invited faculty members and planning committee members participating in an ANNA-sponsored program are required to disclose any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest that may have a direct bearing on the subject matter of the educational activity. To review speaker disclosures, click hereThe presence of any product, company, or corporation in any recording or content in no way signifies an endorsement of the product, company or corporation by ANCC Commission on Accreditation or the American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA). Contact Hours available through: 11/1/2010Please note: Learners may earn contact hours (for recertification or relicensure) for each educational activity once only. If you attended a session at ...
  • Albumin: More than a Number View this Lecture for FREE by signing up at Viewany number of our other 28000 sessions from over 280 conferences by going to Speaker(s) Deborah Benner, MA, RD, CSR Albumin: More than a Number - American Nephrology Nurses Association Fall Meeting 2009 The purpose of ANNA's Fall Meeting is to provide nurses in all roles within nephrology an opportunity to learn and problem solve together. The conference will help you address the challenges of providing care to individuals with chronic kidney disease within a variety of clinical settings across the continuum of kidney disease therapies. Albumin is an important component of the bloodstream and the body's ability to function. This session examines the physiology of albumin production and metabolism and the significance to patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). A correlation of the albumin measurement and the pathophysiologic states of patients in all stages of CKD is then discussed. That correlation will serve as the basis for strategies for improving patients' serum albumin and nutritional status. This session is important for all professionals who work with patients and their nutritional status. a2024adb92442fa01946f838bdfecad6