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EMT Training Explained

19th February 2013
To start with, usually there are some common qualifications that are often demanded in order to engage in EMT training programs. Check out your respective states prerequisites by searching for regional EMT training programs on the net and reviewing their ... Read >
Author: Don Chambers

Sensory Ataxia Surgery,Low Cost Sensory Ataxia Surgery Delhi India

17th October 2011
Sensory Ataxia Surgery Sensory ataxia is both a symptom and a sign in neurology. It is a form of ataxia (loss of coordination) caused not by cerebellar dysfunction but by loss of sensory input into the control of movement. Sensory ataxia is di... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal

The Effectiveness of a TENS Unit

27th July 2011
For those who suffer from chronic pain, there are few solutions that provide relief. One of these is what is known as a TENS Unit. TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation and the idea behind the unit is that through electrical stimulat... Read >
Author: Ringo Li

Lymph Nodes: Big or Swollen?

05th April 2011
Lymph Nodes: Big or Swollen? Iíll bet when you go into see your doctor for all or part of a physical examination, you wonder why he probes and presses around your neck, under your arms, maybe around your elbow, in the left-sided spleen area, perhaps in... Read >
Author: John Laurusonis

Uterus Infertility Did You Know That You Can Still Get Pregnant?

20th May 2010
There are various causes for a woman not being able to conceive and one of the most common is uterus infertility where there is abnormal formation of the uterus or some anomalous growths.Uterus infertility counts for a large percentage of infertility in w... Read >
Author: Jane Summers

Leg Pillow Wedge to Help Varicose Veins

22nd April 2010
A leg pillow wedge minimizes the chances of your blood pooling in your leg veins and allows the blood back to the heart for improved circulation. If you have normal functioning veins, the little valves in the vein keep blood moving forward toward the hear... Read >
Author: Betsy Powell

What Is Tracheal Bronchitis

07th December 2009
Bronchitis is defined as a condition characterized by the irritation and inflammation of the bronchial tubes and this is divided into different classifications, namely: acute tracheal bronchitis, chronic bronchitis (simple to complicated), and bronchiecta... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson

Calves Liposuction to Remove Fat Deposits in Legs

22nd October 2009
Calves liposuction is a procedure to remove fat deposits in legs that is too difficult to be treated by other means. During liposuction, fat deposits in legs beneath superficial skin are vacuumed out by utilizing a suction-pump device that is inserted ... Read >
Author: Susie H.

Azoospermia Treatment Cost All Inclusive Medical Packages In India

13th October 2009
  Azoospermia Treatment In India Azoospermia is the complete absence of sperm in the semen and as such means that a man will be completely infertile. The diagnosis of azoospermia is sometimes still made even though as many as 500,000 sperm per ... Read >
Author: WeCareIndia

Rhinoplasty, Nose Job, Nasal Reshaping In The Philippines :Affordable Cost, Before and After Results

19th August 2009
Nose Augmentation/ Rhinoplasty/Alar trimming/Tip Plasty Rhinoplasty is not a single standard procedure that may address all the features or needs of an Asian or Caucasian nose. There are several types of rhinoplasty procedure. And it will be difficult ... Read >
Author: Rino Lorenzo

Neurosurgeon Jobs

10th August 2009
Neurosurgeons are a type of doctor who works in the medical field helping patients with neurological problems through surgeries. The types of surgeries that they are able to do range from brain tumors to more advanced procedures. To become a licensed neur... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Going Flying With Your Dog

17th April 2009
A pet owner must research the many requirements before taking a dog on an airplane. Different airlines have slightly different regulations, but most airlines follow the same basic set of rules in regards to flying with a dog. One universal rule is tha... Read >
Author: Judd Snell

How You Can Become A Jet Pilot

31st March 2009
There are many people who dream of becoming a professional pilot. It pays to learn the skill of flying a helicopter or a jet plane. It is something to be certified as a skilled pilot. You can take various tasks that require efficiency in flying an aircra... Read >
Author: Jack Stanley

An Overview Of Acute Asthmatic Bronchitis

30th March 2009
The respiratory system is one of the most important systems in the human body. It is the part of the body that distributes oxygen throughout the body in order for it to live. Without it, the body will not be able to survive. This is why it is important f... Read >
Author: July Somma

What Happens at an Audiology Examination? Hearing Loss Tests

21st March 2009
Audiologists specialize in hearing loss and related disorders. If you're suffering from hearing loss or tinnitus (ringing in the ears), your doctor might refer you to an audiologist for a complete evaluation. Let's take a look at what you can expect from ... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry
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