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Medicine (49 Books)


The category of medicine contans any works on the applied science or practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. It encompasses a variety of health care practices evolved to maintain and restore health by the prevention and treatment of illness in human beings.

 
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Mis ideas filosóficas, Vol 2

By: Antonio Pinto Renedo

Este libro representa un viaje por el mundo a traves de la meditación.

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ASIA : Autoimmune/Inflammatory Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants

By: Jeffrey J. Prager

Over 100 peer reviewed reports describing a medical disorder recognized in the 1980s and finally named in 2013. ASIA, according to the US American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association there are over 100 autoimmune disorders affecting as many as 50 million Americans. One of the functions of the immune system is to protect the body by responding to invading microorganisms, such as viruses or bacteria, by producing antibodies or sensitized lymphocytes (types of white blo...

There is a silent epidemic of enormous proportions composed of Autoimmune Diseases—nearly 100 different illnesses—that have already affected millions of Americans. Autoimmune Disease is now a major American health problem. The National Institutes of Health estimate that there are 23.5 million Americans suffering from Autoimmune Disease and the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association estimates that there are 50 million Americans suffering from one Autoimmune Dise...

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Vaccine Peer Review : 1915-2015, The History of the Global Vaccina...

By: Jeffrey J. Prager

The history of the global vaccination program in 1000+ peer reviewed reports and studies chronologically ordered and chaptered providing the reader with an understanding of disease outbreak, vaccine efficacy, the historic development of vaccines, unwanted contaminants, vaccine production methodology and more.

INTRODUCTION (Excerpt) Over the past 35 years, patients have suffered from a largely hidden epidemic of side effects from drugs that usually have few offsetting benefits. The pharmaceutical industry has corrupted the practice of medicine through its influence over what drugs are developed, how they are tested, and how medical knowledge is created. Since 1906, heavy commercial influence has compromised Congressional legislation to protect the public from unsafe drugs. T...

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Daddy, There's A Monster In My Room : The Health Damage Associated...

By: Jeffrey J Prager

House dust was once 99% skin cells. Today a significant percentage of house dust—dust found in the home, classrooms, daycare, employment, retail and other locations frequented by human beings—contains laboratory manufactured chemicals that never existed in nature before and we're all affected by these chemicals, everyday. Today it rains endocrine disrupting bisphenol A and the chemical is also in our dust, along with hundreds and in fact 1000s of additional chemicals. Ch...

Mixtures of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) are present in indoor environments. Studies of the developmental effects of exposure to these chemicals in large prospective mother-child cohorts are required, with data on prenatal exposure and long-term follow-up of the children. We aimed to investigate the relationship between prenatal and childhood exposure to PBDEs and neurodevelopment at the age of six years. We determined the levels of PBDEs and other neurotoxican...

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Food Drugs : Additives, Preservatives, Colors, Sweeteners & PPCP's...

By: Jeffrey J. Prager

1,764 pages, 43 chapters with endnotes, provides the reader with an education in food safety and the 1000s of healthy choices available to all of us if, and only if we know the hazards of certain additives and how to avoid them.

INTRODUCTION Humanity, you and I, were never intended to eat petroleum based chemicals. The peer review confirms that petroleum based chemicals—additives, colors, sweeteners, preservatives and excipients‚—have been surreptitiously and almost covertly or silently introduced into the global food supply in steadily increasing quantities since the 1940s. Pesticide and herbicide use has grown alongside this increase and now a typical apple contains as many as 15 detectable c...

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Hallazgos Neurobiológicos Recientes de la Pedofilia : Recent neuro...

By: Lic. Hugo Sánchez Hernández

Pedophilia is rarely considered as a research target. The focus on some of the recent theories of the etiology of pedophilia such as neurodevelopment or alterations of brain structures and their function as the frontal, temporal and limbic cortex that have been proposed to try to understand the alterations in the development and neurobiology of the pedophile patient.

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Service Dogs : The Rescue and Training of Heroes: The Rescue and T...

By: Tom Coleman; Julie L. Coleman

How unwanted dogs are rescued and then trained as service dogs to help people with disabilities. WINNER--2016 Midwest Book Award. All proceeds will go to the 501(c)(3) charity, Pawsitivity Service Dogs.

This book is for three kinds of people: 1. Professional dog trainers who want to train service dogs. 100% of this book will be helpful to you. 2 People who work for non-dog-related nonprofits. If you wish to learn how we started our charity, kept it running, and made it work, then over half of this book will be helpful to you. Just ignore the part about dogs! 3. People who love service dogs. This book is NOT about how to train your own service dog.

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Applied Anatomy For Obstetrics and Gynecology : Volume 1

By: Dr. Shashank Vyankatesh Parulekar

Applied Anatomy For Obstetrics and Gynecology is a book that combines the basic subject 'Anatomy' and the applied or clinical subject 'Obstetrics and Gynecology' for postgraduate students and clinicians. It has 91 pages, 14 chapters, and 37 illustrations which explain why a clinician does what he does in treating his patients, or the anatomical principles underlying the treatment of Obstetric and Gynecological disorders. The book has an advantage over the conventional bo...

A book to explain why obstetricians and gynecologists do what they do.

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Differential Diagnosis and Managemet Options in Gynecology and Obs...

By: Dr. Shashank Vyankatesh Parulekar

This book has 165 chapters which cover problems in areas like Menstrual disorders, General gynecology, Gynecologic urology, Gynecologic endocrinology, Infertility, Congenital malformations of genital tract, Gynecologic oncology, Operative gynecology, General obstetrics, Obstetric hemorrhage, Medical disorders, Obstetric disorders, Disorders of labor, Surgical disorders, Maternal fetal infections, Fetal medicine, Postpartum period, Operative obstetrics and Contraception. ...

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10 Food Hacks

By: Blook it; Blook it, Illustrator

Expert chefs have had many years of training and experience in getting their food looking and tasting great - but it doesn’t take years to perfect the small details that will get you excited about cooking! Try these tricks, and your meals can go from bland to fabulous starting today!

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Statistical quality control in cervical-vaginal cythology : ASC-US...

By: Cytotecnician Cytotechnician Yury Sabiana González; Ilagam Yael Villarreal

Scientific white paper made in a small pathology lab in Latin America.

Introduction Uterine cervix cancer is the second most common neoplasm in women. Of all uterine cervix and vagina cytologies, between 0,5 and 0,6% reveal high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (HSIL), and between 2 and 3% are low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions (LSIL). The tem ASC-US (atypical squamous cells, of undetermined significance) is a diagnostic category, not a biological entity, that comprises inflammatory, reactive and reparative processes. In our re...

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Control de calidad estadístico en citología cervico-vaginal : Rela...

By: Cytotecnician Cytotechnician Yury Sabiana González; Ilagam Yael Villarreal

Monografía científica de un laboratorio de patología en América Latina.

Introducción El cáncer de cuello uterino es la segunda neoplasia más común en mujeres. De todas las citologías de cuello uterino y vagina, entre 0,5 y 0,6% revelan lesión intraepitelial escamosa de alto grado (HSIL), y entre 2 y 3% son lesión intraepitelial escamosa de bajo grado (LSIL). El término ASC-US (células escamosas atípicas, de significado indeterminado), es una categoría diagnóstica, no una entidad biológica, que engloba procesos inflamatorios, reactivos o repa...

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Medical Biochemistry and Biotechnology : Biochemistry for Medicine...

By: Dr. Amanullah Mohammed

This book has been prepared for students of undergraduate courses in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, laboratory medicine, physiotherapy, veterinary science, agriculture, biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, biotechnology, molecular biology, etc. The main purpose is to provide an understanding of the basic concepts in biochemistry and biotechnology which are required for them in a simple and interesting manner. Though there are a lot of books providing extensive kno...

Biochemistry for undergraduate medical students is no less than a terror. Hence, this book brings them out of this nightmare.

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10 Million Reasons Why We Should not Drink Carbonated Drinks : Alg...

By: Creative Proteomics; Susan Rey

Product Description Name Algal Amino Acid Mixture (U-15N, 98%) Cat# CPIL103740 Chemical Formula NA Unlabeled CAS# NA Labeled CAS# NA Molecular Weight NA Chemical Purity 0.99

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Anand's Atlas of Pathology

By: Dr. Anand Andappan

Pathology Atlas for medical students

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Minimally Invasive Procedures for Facial Rejuvenation

By: Dr. Dr. Giuseppe Curinga, Editor; Antonio Rusciani, Editor

The requests of procedures aimed to improve the “look” are significantly getting increased recently. This eBook includes a whole range of technologies, drugs, substances, procedures have been studied, selected, well improved and subjected to continuous development in order to treat facial skin imperfections.

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Tuberculosis in the Era of Globalization

By: Khalid Al-Anzai

Tuberculosis (TB) is caused by members of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tuberculosis) complex, which include: M. tuberculosis, M. bovis, M. bovis BCG, M. africanum, M. microti, M. canetti, M. pinipedii, M. caprae and M. mungi [1]. Other Tuberculosise that may infect humans include: M. leprae, M. avium, M. intracellulare and M. scrofulaceum. M. tuberculosis is an aerobic, non-spore-forming, non-motile bacillus. It belongs to the family Tuberculosisceae [2]. M. tuberc...

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Advances in the Treatment of Noninfectious Uveitis with Biologics ...

By: Marina Mesquida

Non-infectious uveitis comprehends a heterogeneous group of intraocular inflammatory diseases that arise without a known infectious trigger. This complex group of disorders is often associated with immunological responses to retinal proteins, as experimental models of autoimmune uveoretinitis have shown. Herein we are going to discuss the biology of ocular immune privilege and the immunologic mechanisms that sustain non-infectious uveitis pathophysiology.

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Advances in Protein Chemistry

By: Dr. Chulam Ashraf

The free radical-mediated damage to proteins results in the modification of amino acid residues, cross-linking of side chains and fragmentation. L-tyrosine and protein bound tyrosine are prone to attack by various mediators and reactive nitrogen intermediates to form 3-nitrotyrosine (3-NT). 3-NT formation is also catalyzed by a class of peroxidases utilizing nitrite and hydrogen peroxide as substrates. Evidence supports the formation of 3-NT in vivo in diverse patholo...

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Polysystemic Approach to School, Sport and Environment

By: Mikhail Karganov

One of the basic research objectives of the present monograph is to update multidisciplinary specialists on contemporary instrumental and analytical means and methods of automatic polysystemic sanogenetic monitoring. The unique advantage of this monitoring lies in not only information capacity of dynamic criteria registered, but also its ability to automate measurement and indication procedures and to ensure simultaneous operation and development of technical facili...

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