I note from your referral letter that haemoglobin and thyroid function tests were unremarkable. On examination today, Rina appeared well with an oxygen saturation of 99%. Chest auscultation was clear and two heart sounds were audible with nil else. Assessment: Rina’s symptoms are quite non-specific and no not point towards a specific diagnosis. She does recall having similar symptoms some 20-10 years ago in the setting of frequent bronchitis.
Management Since the etiology was unknown the treatment is empirical.The patient was reassured as to the benign nature of the process. Heavy doses of vitamins have been used, but in general all types of treatment have been unsuccessful. A 10 -year study of patients with geographic tongue treated in a variety of ways concluded that treatment did not influence either the lesions or the subjective complaints of the patients 9.
Her first L-Dex value was obtained on the 14th of July which was 3.5. Normal L-Dex values range from -10 to 10, this is not to say that a person with a value outside of this range is not normal. Her initial bilateral upper limb circumferential measurements did not show any significant difference as can be seen in table 3. Her LYMQOL score was 37 out of 92 at the initial evaluation, the lower the score the less difficulty she has experienced due to lymphedema. Due to similar arm circumference we would expected that her LYMQOL score would be relatively low since she did not exhibit any active signs of
The data gathered from the first five trials using the pipette was a constant 9.9 grams until the last trial was 10.1 and the standard was 0.0894 which is far less the differences found in the next five trials using the graduated cylinder which weight in grams varied from .1 to .2 grams constantly and had standard deviation of 0.114. In the first five trials using the pipette the trend was that it was constant for the first four trials by being off of 10mL by by point one grams at 9.9 until the fifth trial where it was off by .1 mL at 10.1 this trial remained constant for the most part but for the graduated cylinder the numbers were to varied which showed its lack of
Our lab results on all three data table experiments had a percent error less than 5 percent. When examining these results I can be almost certain it was not systematic error due to the fact that a major percent error was not detected on every trial that was run in each of the three tables. With there being some percent error there is the possibility for random error which are from unknown factors, which could come from impact of outside forces like the air track interfering with the acceleration of the cart. Beings that this was the first lab for my lab partners and I were working there was room for slight personal errors with our use of the computer program as well as the lab equipment. How does the acceleration in Data Table 2 compare with that of Data Table 1?
Pain and pain on pressing were elevated, as were limited jaw movement and the bite feeling off. No clicking and popping were found during the clinical exam, suggesting that jaw functioning was not impaired, and this was confirmed by the TMJ Scale. The Non-TMJ scale was also elevated, reflecting the tension headaches. X-rays found no evidence of bony abnormalities. The patient reported significant emotional problems, and borderline stress, probably reflecting the result of eight months of searching for a solution for her pain problems.
Patient was not known to have any underlying medical problem. She also complained of reduced effort tolerance for the past two years. Left vocal cord palsy was visualized using fibre optic laryngoscopy(Figure 1a, Figure 1b). The rest of the otolaryngologic examination was normal. On auscultation, a loud systolic murmur at left sternal edge heard.
Patients were followed for 7 to 10 days. RESULTS: In the study there were 46 males [24 in Group 1 and 22 in Group 2] and 14 Females [6 in Group 1 and 8 in Group 2]. The mean age of Group 1 was 43.20 ± 13.8 and mean age of group 2 was 40.27 ± 17.7. There was no significant difference in the sex and mean age between two groups. In the study during the follow up 32 subjects expelled the calculi within 4-5 days, of which 26 were in Tamsulosin group and 6 were in Non Tamsulosin group.
He has not had any epidural steroid injections and chiropractic treatment for the last two years. He does have a TENS unit, which he uses intermittently. As of this report, the first surgery helped him 10%, and the second surgery had no benefit. On examination of the lumbar spine, standing range of motion is 20 degrees. Straight leg raising is 80 degrees on the right, and 90 degrees to the left.
Statistics Assignment Seven This paper will use inferential statistics to test two different research questions. There will be two different types of statistical test that will be used. The first statistical test will be a Chi-Square for independence and the second test will be a Person r test. Both test will have the seven hypotheses testing steps explained, descriptive discussion of the variables, possible errors and critique of research methods and implications for research and nursing practice will be provided. Research Scenario A: Question 1: Step 1 selection of test statistics Null hypothesis The null hypothesis is a statement that explains there is no difference between two variables (Salkind, 2013).
Statistical Analysis The Chi-square test was implemented in order to calculate the differences in the allotment of the treatment and control groups. The percent changes of the epileptiform discharges were calculated using the paired t-test and ANOVA of the data collected from the EEG examinations after 1, 2, and 6 months of musical treatment. A value of p < 0.05 was considered significant . Results First