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Hospital Acquired Infections & How To Prevent Them | Curos

Hospital Acquired Infections & How To Prevent Them | Curos

Have you, a loved one, or a friend gotten more sick by being in a hospital? We know it happens. One out of 25 hospitalized patients contract an infection from exposure to bugs in the facility. We call these nosocomial or healthcare-acquired infections. In the US, 1.7 million healthcare-associated infections are connected to about 100,000 […]

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Surgery – English vocabulary

Surgery – English vocabulary

Hi. This is MonkeyEnglish. I am Lukas. I am a surgeon. Hi. My name is Lukas. I am a patient. He is my patient. And we are going to make a surgery. This is an operating theatre. This is a stretcher. I am sitting on the stretcher. We are going to make a surgery. This […]

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MENTAL ILLNESS

MENTAL ILLNESS

I think its high time I wrote this piece down because tomorrow I cannot guarantee I’ll be alive you see most times i lie when I say I am fine the truth is deep down there is a war going on in my mind sometimes it makes me happy most times it makes me sad […]

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Infection prevention and control in community services

Infection prevention and control in community services

preventing and controlling healthcare associated infections continues to be a significant challenge to health and social care services throughout the world including here in Ireland a healthcare-associated infection is any infection which is contracted as a direct result of treatment in or contact with a health or social care setting. they can have a huge […]

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5 Risk Factors for Heart Disease | Cedars-Sinai

5 Risk Factors for Heart Disease | Cedars-Sinai

We know now the people who have regular sleep are less likely to have coronary disease and we recommend that people sleep at least seven hours ideally eight to nine hours a day. Snoring can be a sign that at night times you’re not getting enough oxygen and that stress actually raises your blood pressure. […]

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Researching common symptoms of mental illness

Researching common symptoms of mental illness

I’m not looking at specific brain disorders, I am looking at specific symptoms which are present in many psychiatric disorders. My field of expertise are cognitive deficits, so, memory and attention problems. I hope my research gives hope to patients and this is why we’re doing it because there are no treatments. We are going […]

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Injections (Contraceptive)

Injections (Contraceptive)

This is a University of Sheffield health service screencast. Welcome to this screencast on the contraceptive injection. We’ll cover what it is, how it works, how effective it is, its advantages, and its disadvantages. The contraceptive injection is member of a group called the Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC’s) so we’ll first cover what these […]

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