Student Engagement And Performance Assessment As Associated With Three Types Of Integument System Laboratory Activities, 2022 University of Mississippi
Student Engagement And Performance Assessment As Associated With Three Types Of Integument System Laboratory Activities, Sophie Deoliveira
Students participating in anatomy education, specifically an Anatomy and Physiology classroom, have shown difficulty in learning and retaining information on the various systems of the body. This study sought to assess the benefits of different learning activities associated with student engagement and performance on subsequent examinations regarding the integumentary system. For this study, three different hands-on laboratory activities (i.e., treatments) were given during different laboratory sessions. These hands-on activities included labeling a three-dimensional model, illustrating a model, or building a model of the integumentary system using materials provided. Students then completed a post-laboratory questionnaire regarding their enjoyment of their ...
Bodyverse, 2022 CUNY Hunter College
Bodyverse, Colin B. Stilwell
Theses and Dissertations
This paper supports the MFA dance thesis film BodyVerse. Exploring the intertwining relationship of body systems with the natural world, it brings somatic principles such as Body Mind Centering and dance improvisation together with film legacies and digital platforms.
Core Point Pixel-Level Localization By Fingerprint Features In Spatial Domain, 2022 Old Dominion University
Core Point Pixel-Level Localization By Fingerprint Features In Spatial Domain, Xueyi Yi, Yuzhong Shen, Maosheng Zeng, Yirui Liu, Huahua Chen, Zhijing Zhao
Computational Modeling & Simulation Engineering Faculty Publications
Singular point detection is a primary step in fingerprint recognition, especially for fingerprint alignment and classification. But in present there are still some problems and challenges such as more false-positive singular points or inaccurate reference point localization. This paper proposes an accurate core point localization method based on spatial domain features of fingerprint images from a completely different viewpoint to improve the fingerprint core point displacement problem of singular point detection. The method first defines new fingerprint features, called furcation and confluence, to represent specific ridge/valley distribution in a core point area, and uses them to extract the innermost ...
Evidence-Based Practice: Delaying Infant Bathing, 2021 Murray State University
Evidence-Based Practice: Delaying Infant Bathing, Gabrielle Wadle, Grace Frankland
A hospital's policy regarding infant bathing is currently not congruent with best nursing practice. The hospital’s current policy is to bathe an infant once they are stable and their rectal temperature is at or above 98.6 °F. Although the infant may become stable within the first 24-hours of birth, the World Health Organization recommends that, “Bathing should be delayed until 24 hours after birth.” (2013, p. 4). Research has been completed to support delaying infant bathing until 24 hours post-delivery, suggesting potential modifications to current policy.
Panniculectomy Performed In Conjunction With Gynecologic Surgery In The Morbidly Obese Patient - A Nsqip Analysis And Meta-Analysis Of The Literature, Shayoni Nag, Tirth Patel, Steven C. Bonawitz M.D.
Stratford Campus Research Day
Purpose: Panniculectomy is a common procedure in plastic surgery, often performed following massive weight loss and in morbidly obese patients. It can be performed in combination with various gynecologic procedures based on the rational that it will reduce complication rates.1, 2, 3 These studies fail to provide proof of these claims for reasons including study design and the lack of inclusion of both morbidly obese and non-morbidly obese patients. Recent medical practice has focused increasingly on minimizing patient morbidity and trends in reimbursement are moving towards penalizing practices which increase complications.
Methods/Results:We reviewed the NSQIP database to ...
Human Anatomy And Physiology I: Course Map With Expected Learning Outcomes, 2019 CUNY Bronx Community College
Human Anatomy And Physiology I: Course Map With Expected Learning Outcomes, Carlos Liachovitzky
Open Educational Resources
This document contains a list with all the Anatomy and Physiology I expected learning outcomes organized by topics, and grouped into ten units: 1. Introduction to A&P: body plan & organization; 2. Introduction to A&P: homeostasis; 3. The chemical level of organization; 4. Levels of organization: the cellular level of organization; 5. Levels of organization: the tissue level of organization; 6. Support and movement: integumentary system; 7. Support and movement: skeletal system & articulations; 8. Support and movement: muscular system; 9. Regulation, integration, and control: nervous system; 10. Regulation, integration, and control: special senses
Each learning outcome is referred to a section in the textbook “Anatomy and ...
An Analysis On Whether Or Not Baldness Can Be Reversed, 2017 Touro College
An Analysis On Whether Or Not Baldness Can Be Reversed, Spencer Waldman
The Science Journal of the Lander College of Arts and Sciences
Many men experiencing hair loss often wonder: is there a cure? Can I get my hair regrown? This thesis addresses these very issues, the anatomy of the pilosebaceous hair, the hair growth cycle, and the suggested causes of male pattern hair loss are examined. Finally, the various drugs that have been suggested to reduce hair loss and even cause hair regrowth are reviewed. After examining the various treatments, it can be concluded with reasonable certainty that hair loss can be halted and often reversed by using FDA approved drugs finasteride and minoxidil. Other drugs such as ketoconazole and dutasteride have ...
Handwashing: A Study Of The History, Methods, And Psychology Surrounding Hand Hygiene, 2016 Liberty University
Handwashing: A Study Of The History, Methods, And Psychology Surrounding Hand Hygiene, Daniel J. Remillard
Senior Honors Theses
This paper covers three different areas concerning handwashing. First a review of the history of handwashing is done, going from ancient times to its introduction into modern medicine via Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis. This section gives a sobering reminder not to instantly reject data that comes in conflict with prevalent thought.
Then current medical knowledge about handwashing is examined, and the conclusion reached states that handwashing is best done with non-antibacterial soap.
Finally, a review of the psychology of handwashing shows that medical professionals often tend toward neglect if unwatched and unmotivated by an outside source. However, those suffering from obsessive ...
Is Juvederm Ultra Plus Effective For Treatment Of Nasolabial Fold Wrinkles Over A One Year Period?, 2016 Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Is Juvederm Ultra Plus Effective For Treatment Of Nasolabial Fold Wrinkles Over A One Year Period?, Meghan M. Maloney
PCOM Physician Assistant Studies Student Scholarship
Objective: The objective of this evidence based medicine review is to determine whether or not Juvederm Ultra Plus is effective in treating nasolabial fold wrinkles over a one year period.
Study Design: Three blinded, randomized controlled trials were reviewed and selected based on their relevance to the clinical question and their inclusion of patient oriented outcomes (POEMS).
Data Sources: Each study was obtained by searching Cochrane, PubMed databases, and product package insert.
Outcome Measured: The outcomes measured were improvement in NLF wrinkle on a five point Wrinkle Assessment Scale compared to baseline.
Results: The studies by Lupo et al, Goodman ...
The Role Of Protein Kinase C Epsilon In Hydrogen Peroxide And Nitric Oxide Release During Oxidative Stress Caused By Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripsy, 2011 Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
The Role Of Protein Kinase C Epsilon In Hydrogen Peroxide And Nitric Oxide Release During Oxidative Stress Caused By Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripsy, Edward S. Iames
PCOM Biomedical Studies Student Scholarship
Clinical extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) treatment to ablate kidney stones can cause acute damage to the renal microvasculature. Accumulation of continued treatment with shockwave therapy can lead to chronic damage to the kidney, and lead to clinical hypertension. Shockwaves have been shown to stimulate endothelial cells to release superoxide (SO), which is converted to hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), and reacts with nitric oxide (NO) to produce peroxynitrite anion (OONO-), creating a powerful oxidant that increases oxidative stress while simultaneously reducing NO bioavailability. Increased oxidative stress during events such as ESWL, also uncouples NO production reaction in endothelial ...