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Essay On The History Of Hospitals In India


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              The word "hospital" originates from the Latin 'hospice.' In fact the word hospital, hostel and hotel all derive from the common Latin root hospice. The place or establishment where a guest is received was called the hospitium or hospitable.
             
              The term hospital has at different times been used to refer to an institution for the aged and infirm, a place of rest, a hostel where people lived as a sma
Medical Essay India Essay 

Regionalization Of Hospital Service


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              Hospitals and other health care institutions have traditionally remained individualistic entities independent of each other on the contrary they should be coordinated in order to make up a system of medical and health care which provides services on area-wise basis.
             
              Therefore, it would be ideal to plan the hospital services on area-wise basis. However, this cannot become possible without active
Medical Essay 

Nature Of Relationship Between The Hospital, Its Patients And The Community


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              In a complex juxtaposition between the providers of care and intermediate support group on the one hand and the patient and the community on the other, it will not be unusual to expect conflicts between the two groups.
             
              The nature of relationship between the two group's influences community relationship, and on this relationship depend the image of the hospital.
             
              Relevant communication and inf
Medical Essay Sociology Essay 

Clinical Pathology Essay


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              Pathology is the study of disease process with the aim of understanding their nature and causes. This is achieved by observing blood, urine, feces, and diseased tissue obtained from the living patient or at autopsy by the use of X-rays, and many other techniques.
             
              These techniques are studied under Clinical Pathology. Clinical Pathology is thus the application of knowledge gained to the treatmen
Medical Essay 

Essay On Hemorrhagic Disorders


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              The hemorrhagic disorders are a group of disorders of widely differing etiology, which have in common an abnormal tendency to bleed. This abnormal tendency to bleed is due to a defect in mechanism of blood coagulation.
             
              There are three major components of normal blood coagulation mechanism:
             
              i. Vascular
             
              ii. Platelet
             
              iii. Coagulation factors.
             
              These act together in co-ordination to arre
Medical Essay 

The Obstacles Children Have To Overcome In The Miserable Mill


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              The Miserable Mill by Lemony Snicket is one of the series of events that happen in the lives of three Baudelaire orphans after the death of their parents during a fire. The lives of Violet, Klaus and baby Sunny converts into a constant fight for living and changing homes. As they possess a fortune they got from their parents they represent an excellent "helpless" target for any person who wants to
Literary Analysis Essay 

Essay On Alternative Medicine


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              In this world what is more important than money? Well, its health. Remaining fit throughout life has become difficult as many environmental factors are affecting the human health. This is a serious issue and it has become a need of this world to take extra care of health and fitness.
             
              Though medical field has made an imperative progress there is always a lack of treatment for certain kinds of di
Medical Essay 
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Short Essay On Dyslexia


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              Dyslexia was identified for the first time by Oswald Berkhan in 1881 but the term was coined by Rudolf Berlin in 1887. Dyslexia is defined as a learning disability that impairs a person's fluency or comprehension accuracy in being able to read.
             
              Dyslexia comes along with other difficulties too, such as phonological decoding, phonological awareness, orthographic coding, and auditory short term me
Medical Essay Informative Essay 
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Female Genital Mutilation Essay


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              Two million girls are subjected to female genital mutilation in the name of tradition every year (Win News). That is a large amount of females that undergo this procedure. Just like all stories there are two sides to why people do what they do. To Americans the circumcision of the female genitalia seems to be wrong, cruel, and unjust. On the other hand people in other countries, such as, Mali, Sie
Medical Essay 

Albert Einstein: Pure Genius


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              In the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia, there is one unordinary thing. A brain was kept for several years for studies and further research. scientist is finding how the person whom the brain belonged is a genius comparing to other who with his intelligence made the scientific world upside down and laid foundation to most of the important findings today. This is none other than Albert Einstein who wa
Albert Einstein Essay 

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