In most of the patients with a Sprengel’s deformity, active abduction is limited, which was also seen in the present study. ,,, The severity of the condition has been classified by Cavendish into four clinical grades of increasing severity, from very slight malformation (grade I) to severe malformation (grade IV), depending on the size of the swelling and how far the scapula is raised [Table 1].  The presence of high scapula seen on X-ray confirms the diagnosis. Rigault radiographic classification used to grade the severity of the condition [Table 2].  Similar to the present study, the left side is usually more commonly affected than the right
Unfortunately, I do not think our estimate is very accurate, because the data was not properly collected, as the technique used to collect the data was lacking in efficiency and there were many constraints overall. For example, time was limited, therefore counting all the red books on each shelf was impractical, therefore a sample, a subset of the total red books on each shelf multiplied by the amount of shelves had to be recorded. However, there was not the same amount of red books one each shelf, therefore the sample was not representative of the total population, leading to error. In addition, the color red was not defined in the experiment. There were many shades of red, therefore, some books that I considered that wasn’t red could have been actually red.
The ones who are already suffering from several serious health issues like heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure have limited treatment options for dealing with mesothelioma. • Age and Gender: Survival rates depend upon the age and gender as well. Younger patients have more life expectancy rates than the older ones. For instance, the patients who have been diagnosed before the age of 65 years have more life expectancy of three months than the ones of ages of 65 and 74. According to the recent research, it is also reported that females have more survival rate than that of the males.
As illustrated from the results of the current study the majority of nurses had unsatisfactory level of knowledge and incompetent practice about diabetes and DKA before application of CP as compared to post implementation of CP the relatively high percentage of them gained satisfactory level of knowledge and competent practice. This might be due to lack of continuous education for these nurses, in addition to lack of their motivation to updating their knowledge.These results supported by Hussein (2014),
The capillary refill may be delayed and the urine output is reduced to 20-30 mL/h (Brown & Edwards, 2013). Evidence of this can be seen within Mr Jensen’s post-operative assessment data. He has tachycardia of 107 bpm, his blood pressure is currently 104/55mmHg which is low, and he has an increased respiratory rate of 24 breaths per
It is estimated that 10% of people in the U.S. have a medical condition which could be considered a type of invisible disability.”I think this quote shows how people might have a disability that they don't know about but that still could be there. Also for nearly 1 in 2 people born in the U.S have a chronic disorder.as said by disabled world “Nearly one in two people in the U.S. has a chronic medical condition of one kind or another, but most of these people are not considered to be disabled, as their medical conditions do not impair their normal everyday activities.” This shows that for every child born there a chance of 2 having a chronic medical condition. People with invisible disabilities are disabled but that doesn't mean they can't do things by
Down syndrome is a very common genetic disorder. 1 in every 691 kids are born in the United States has it according to the National Down Syndrome Society c. Symptoms of Downs include: mild to moderate mental disability, stunted growth, low muscle tone, and thyroid issues, higher risk for Alzheimer’s and heart failure. (Genetic Disorders Sourcebook, Third Edition) (Transition: Now that you have a better understanding of what Down Syndrome is, let’s take a look at the 2 most common ways Trisomy 21 occurs) II. Although there are more than two ways to acquire the extra 21st chromosome that causes Down Syndrome, I’m only going to cover the two most common. a.
It may reflect the greater proportion of older immunosuppressed individuals, greater life expectancy and lower rates of traumatic brain injury in younger individuals (13). Study carried out by (2) observed occurance of brain abscess mostly in the first two decades of life, when intra-cranial complications of paranasal sinuses and odontogenic infections were more evident. Roche et al. (20) found the incidence of brain abscess in children to be lower than they had expected from earlier reports. The incidence in patients > brain abscess overview.
The research process has been explained very briefly, while the data used was not very convincing. It seems as if the authors relied on the assumptions rather than facts while collecting the data. The analysis itself was not easy to follow, due to the lack of explanations and the structure of the paper