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Do You Require A Bone Density Test?
Find out if you need a bone density test. Failing to identify risk leads to life-threatening osteoporosis. http://www.meschinohealth.com/ArticleDirectory/Osteoporosis_Essentials_For_Practitioners
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How to Understand Radiation
http:--Owners-Guide.com and http:--BergmanChiropractic.com are focused on educating people on the dynamic design of the human body. Please subscribe: http:--www.youtube.com-subscription_center?add_user=johnbchiro How to Understand Radiation Pro Nuclear Power or Anti Nuclear Power: What are the Risks and Benefits? Check the facts- Radiation is not a small matter- Short Term Benefits- Long Term/ Long Lasting RISKS!
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Nuclear medicine in nephrourology-Dr.Sherif El Refaei
Nuclear medicine in nephrourology Discussed by Dr.Sherif El Refaei,MD
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What BMI doesn't tell you about your health
The way we define obesity is flawed. Read more about Body Mass Index's flaws on Vox.com: http://bit.ly/2nxeQ2U The body mass index, better known as BMI, is a measure of obesity that has been in use for over 200 years. It was a formula created by Belgian mathematician Adolphe Quetelet. It takes your weight (sorry my fellow Americans, everyone else is on the metric system) in kilograms divides and divides it by height in meters squared. And from this you get a number that represent your total body mass relative to your height and weight. The ranges go from underweight to obese, and one decimal point can tip you in either direction. BMI has been used to study obesity in large populations, and for the most part it’s okay for those types of studies. However, when individual health is the topic at hand, using the body mass index can make judging a person’s health a little bit trickier. See the state of obesity in your area: https://stateofobesity.org/adult-obesity/ CDC’s BMI considerations for practitioners: https://www.cdc.gov/obesity/downloads/bmiforpactitioners.pdf And to check Marshawn Lynchs stats visit: https://www.playerprofiler.com/nfl/marshawn-lynch/ http://www.nfl.com/player/marshawnlynch/2495663/combine Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com. Watch our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o Or Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H
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Cardiac Imaging Modalities
This is a brief overview of cardiac imaging modalities and clinical methods of visualizing the heart I created this presentation with Google Slides. Image were created or taken from Wikimedia Commons I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor. ADDITIONAL TAGS: Cardiac Imaging Modalities An overview of the clinical methods of visualizing the heart Chest X-ray Echocardiogram (TTE / TEE) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging MRI Catheterization Cardiac CT Chest X-ray (CXR) Dates back to early 1900s → first used for diagnosing TB Differentiate/resolve objects based on density High density objects (solids: bone, metal) appear white Low density objects (gas, lungs) appear black Water-based tissues somewhere in between Cannot resolve cardiac structures, but see silhouette Use to calculate cardiac ratio Can find lung manifestations of heart disease Pleural edema, pulmonary effusion Cheap, small radiation exposure → used frequently with chest pain presentations Chest X-ray Echocardiogram (TTE / TEE) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging MRI Catheterization Cardiac CT Echocardiogram Ultrasound waves emitted from piezoelectric transducer bounce off tissues; reflected waves are measured → no risk/toxicity, low cost Transthoracic echocardiogram (TTE) or transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE) TEE is gold standard for excluding intracardiac thrombus M mode (one beam) or 2D (multiple beans in arc to capture a beama) or 3D (similar multibeam reconstruction) Doppler echocardiography Visualize blood flow → identify turbulent regions Gold standard for find valvular abnormalities Chest X-ray Echocardiogram (TTE / TEE) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging MRI Catheterization Cardiac CT Myocardial Perfusion Imaging Heavy element radioisotopes (such as thallium-201) are used to mark areas of myocardial perfusion Perfusion is ability to deliver blood to capillaries Imaging the heart when exposed to these markers allows us to identify areas of low perfusion (indicating ischemia) Nuclear stress test → imaging before and after stress Chest X-ray Echocardiogram (TTE / TEE) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging MRI Catheterization Cardiac CT Cardiovascular MRI Noninvasive use of magnetic fields and radio waves to form images of structures in the heart Downside: expensive, exposure to contrast Produces moving and still images Gold standard for assessing cardiac structure and function Chest X-ray Echocardiogram (TTE / TEE) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging MRI Catheterization Cardiac CT Cardiac Catheterization Involves insertion of catheter into the chambers of vessels of the heart Allows for therapy (stents) and diagnostics Downsides: radiation exposure, expensive, invasive (albeit minimally) Right heart cath → insert through vein (femoral) to measure right heart, pulmonary artery pressures Gold standard for assessing intracardiac pressures and cardiac output Left heart cath → insert through artery to measure left heart pressures, insert dye for coronary angiography Coronary angiography is gold standard for visualizing coronaries and identifying stenosis Chest X-ray Echocardiogram (TTE / TEE) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging MRI Catheterization Cardiac CT Cardiac CT Computed tomography of the heart: extensive heart x-ray Used to assess extent of coronary stenosis Visualize thoracic aorta Benefits: less invasive than catheterization, produces 3D models Drawbacks: still requires radiation exposure, contrast that damages kidneys Chest X-ray Echocardiogram (TTE / TEE) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging MRI Catheterization Cardiac CT
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PROSTATE VANGUARD E009:  What About Body Scans?
What About Body Scans? VIDEO TRANSCRIBE OF MARK SCHOLZ, MD Great awareness about body scanning and prostate scans have been surfacing because of all the excitement of 3T multiparametric MRI prostate scans. There are other scans that evaluate the rest of the body to determine if any cancer has spread outside of the prostate - to the lymph nodes or the bones, or to someplace else. Obviously, this is a critically important question. One thing needs to be made very clear, there are many types of prostate cancer, the low-grade types in particular, where body scanning is overkill - it’s ridiculous. We know these particular types of cancer never spread, so why would we expose patients to unnecessary radiation, cost, and inconvenience looking for a cancer that we know cannot be outside the prostate. Unfortunately these sorts of well meaning scans - bone scans and CAT scans are often done on a reflex basis at the first sign of anything called cancer. But Grade 6 prostate cancer’s of which there are probably close to 100,000 of these types of newly diagnosed cases every year in the US, don’t need bones scans and they certainly don’t need CAT scans. At what point do people actually need bones and body scans? The answer to that is, quite clearly, if the Gleason grade on a biopsy is 8 or above, if the PSA is above the 10-15 range, if it’s easy to feel a large tumor on a digital rectal exam, and of course reverting back to the 3T multiparametric MRI prostate scans. If the tumor is noted to be through the capsule, in the seminal vesicles or is particularly large, say over an inch across — a body scan in that situation in conjunction with a bone scan, may be entirely appropriate to be performed.
Nuclear Medicine - One Minute Medical School
Dr Rob explains the basic principles of nuclear medicine. And, guess who forgot to turn off auto-focus... Subscribe! - http://www.youtube.com/user/OneMinuteMedSchool Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/oneminutemedicalschool The Web - http://www.oneminutemedicalschool.com Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/1MinMedSchool Caustic Soda - http://www.causticsodapodcast.com/tag/dr-rob/ Skeptically Speaking - http://skepticallyspeaking.ca/?s=tarzwell Nuclear Medicine Poster: http://oneminutemedicalschool.com/2013/07/07/nuclear-medicine/
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Definition of Nuclear Medicine Video
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The Importance of Understanding Clinical Nuclear Medicine for Health Care Technology Managers
This 60-minute webinar features Nik Iwaniw, MM,CNMT, RT(N), the Vice President of Corporate Quality & Customer Support Services/Clinical Support Specialist at Universal Medical. Nik received his Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology, as well as a Masters of Management, from Aquinas College.
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BStrong4Life increases bone density and strength!
BStrong4Life Chambersburg Client has 87% increase in strength, lowers cholesterol and blood pressure and avoid the medication. She got her dexa scan and had a 6.4% increase in her hip bone density, after only doing BStrong4Life for seven weeks.
Getting a Bone Density Scan at ARA
What is it like getting a bone density scan? Dr. Robert Milman talks about osteoporosis and the benefit of getting a scan and we visit with some ARA patients who have had the scan. Also, find out about the major risk factors for osteoporosis.
CT Guided Procedure - St Vincent's Clinic Medical Imaging & Nuclear Medicine
CT Guided Procedure - St Vincent's Clinic Medical Imaging & Nuclear Medicine Visit http://www.svcmi.com.au/index.html for more information
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THE LOST RIVER!! | Subnautica #37
I finally found the Lost River in Subnautica and it's AWESOME! Resident Evil 7 ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2Pu7-vdAi0 ►Twitter : https://twitter.com/Jack_Septic_Eye ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/jacksepticeye ►Facebook : https://facebook.com/officialjacksepticeye ►Merchandise: http://jacksepticeye.fanfiber.com/ Game Link ► http://store.steampowered.com/app/264710/ Outro animation created by Cranbersher: https://www.youtube.com/user/Cranbersher Outro Song created by "Teknoaxe". It's called "I'm everywhere" and you can listen to it here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPtNBwMIQ9Q
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Doctors warn that numbness in the jaw can be a sign of cancer
Doctors are warning the public that numbness in the jaw could be a sign of cancer, and should be checked out as soon as possible. A numb jaw can be caused simply by dental implants or dentures pressing down on nerves, but in the worst cases, it can also be a symptom of numb chin syndrome, which can be fatal. New research indicates that numbness in the chin or jaw might just be a sign of cancer.Dr. Huang Chi-hsun Neurology ExpertIt’s connected to blood circulation in the jaw, because cancer cells often accumulate in this area. The symptoms are very subtle, so it often goes undetected. Thirty percent of patients suffering from malignant numb chin syndrome were not aware of the existence of this cancer before they were diagnosed. As this doctor explains, many people with teeth implants or dentures feel pain or numbness because of pressure on their nerves. After dental treatment fails to improve their symptoms, they finally discover they have numb chin syndrome. The most serious cases are when cancer cells spread to the lower jawbone. Dr. Huang Chi-hsun Neurology ExpertUsually we can use tomography or an MRI for these patients. We give them a nuclear medical scan, which allows us to see that there are lesions in the lower jawbone. If we look closer we will discover that these are the result of cancer metastasis. We will send the patient for chemotherapy and electrotherapy after which they’ll be much better.Doctors point out that numb chin syndrome often occurs in middle-age, especially to those who have previously survived cancer. In malignant cases, the average life expectancy is only 15 months from diagnosis.
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Analysis of US NAVY Fukushima Nightmare...12.29.2012
This is how I see it. Regardless of the extent of the disaster (which was known according to FOIA docs from the NRC, TEPCO, and MEXT -- which provided data directly to the Japanese Government and in turn the US, China, and Russia) the US Navy did NOT follow their own procedure and protocol. How do I know this? Because I read their protocol. It is attached below in the pdf. Anytime a population, civilian or military, is faced with the possibility of contamination from nuclear fallout, you assume worst-case scenario until proven otherwise. If the fallout turns out to be a false alarm, you have lost nothing. But if it is true and you didnt mitigate for it, well then you end up with people bleeding out of their asses a year later...like the situation we have now. Here is a show I did on Wide Awake News 6 weeks ago about my own health problems and radioactive contamination (which includes rectal bleeding, thyroid problems (Hashimotos) and immune sytem dysfunction/abcesses and lost teeth, all since 3/11), and I live in Michigan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNPwFG6rC5A To the sailors: Don't stop with just suing Japan. To the lawyers: Don't stop at just representing sailors...entire north america has been affected. Navy PDF of decontamination protocol: https://portal.navfac.navy.mil/portal/page/portal/navfac/navfac_ww_pp/navfac_nfesc_pp/amphibious%20and%20expeditionary/em-cbrn%20defense%20support/emergency%20management%20program/cni3440.17-appk-decon--23jan06.pdf RadChick's page on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/RadChick-Radiation-Research-Mitigation/260610960640885#!/pages/RadChick-Radiation-Research-Mitigation/260610960640885 Website: http://fukushimafacts.com/ Recent news at these links: http://enenews.com/almost-entire-ground-level-northern-hemisphere-covered-radioactive-fission-product-after-311-study-impact-fukushima-radioxenon-releases-worldwide-xe-133-background-be-investigated-graphic http://enenews.com/kyodo-us-govt-sent-special-team-to-counter-nuclear-terrorism-to-fukushima-after-311-radiation-data-known-by-officials-early-on http://enenews.com/fox-news-a-fukushima-fightback-us-navy-sailors-sue-tepco-for-lying-about-radiation-risk-audio http://enenews.com/top-conservative-website-lawsuit-proves-true-tepco-lied-about-radiation-americans-despicable http://enenews.com/nsfw-footage-alarms-going-during-radiation-scans-uss-ronald-reagan-crazy-dying-videos-hey-put-camera-away-video http://enenews.com/tv-sailors-having-traits-associated-radiation-poisoning-bleeding-rectum-baby-birth-defects-cancer-thyroid-problems-video http://enenews.com/nbc-navy-sailor-discusses-sickness-after-serving-japan-aboard-uss-ronald-reagan http://enenews.com/watch-navy-crew-members-use-no-masks-to-scrub-radioactive-particles-aboard-uss-ronald-reagan-after-311-cnn-the-idea-here-is-all-about-safety-video-photos http://enenews.com/newspaper-navy-sailors-experienced-great-physical-pain-after-fukushima-radiation-exposure-lawsuit-therapies-chelation-bone-marrow-transplants-required "Radiation sickness can cause bleeding from the nose, mouth, gums, and rectum. It can cause people to bruise easily and to bleed internally as well -- and even to vomit blood. The problems occur because radiation depletes the body of platelets, the cellular fragments in the blood that are form clots to control bleeding. Dealing with radiation or heavy metal poisoning is tricky to say the least. Some people can manage massive amounts of it with no ill effects, others can't. The severity of symptoms and illness (acute radiation sickness) depends on the type and amount of radiation, how long you were exposed, and which part of the body was exposed. Symptoms of radiation sickness may occur immediately after exposure, or over the next few days, weeks, or months. Not everyone is going to die or even get sick from a given level of exposure." Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/032087_radiation_sickness_symptoms.html#ixzz2GYhCyXte
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Young breast cancer patients with early-stage disease may undergo unnecessary testing when diagnosed
Download from iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/young-breast-cancer-patients/id431848216?i=214122437. More than one third of younger, early stage breast cancer patients undergo unnecessary imaging procedures -- including position emission tomography (PET), computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine bone scans (NMBS) and tumor markers (TM) -- at the time of staging and diagnosis. Carlos Barcenas, M.D., assistant professor, Breast Medical Oncology and Sharon Giordano, M.D., professor, Breast Medical Oncology and professor and chair of Health Services Research, at MD Anderson Cancer Center, discuss this study.
Why Do Scientists Keep Finding New Organs?
This long ignored connective tissue now serves a more important role and may act as a shock absorber, keeps our organs in place, and even plays a major role in the spread of cancer. But is it an organ? How Scientists Found a New Neuron Hiding in Our Brains - https://bit.ly/2zuc1pm Read More: Scientists found a ‘new organ,’ but it might not be what you’re expecting https://www.popsci.com/interstitium-new-human-organ-anatomy “Previously, researchers thought the interstitium was simply a layer of connective tissue. Connective tissue is absolutely not anything new. We’ve known about it—and how it functions—for a long time. Connective tissue typically has very few cells and instead is mostly constructed of various cartilage and other fibers that together form a strong structure that holds your organs in place or to connect one bone to another, or a muscle to a bone.” Structure and Distribution of an Unrecognized Interstitium in Human Tissues https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-23062-6 “Confocal laser endomicroscopy (pCLE) provides real-time histologic imaging of human tissues at a depth of 60–70 μm during endoscopy. pCLE of the extrahepatic bile duct after fluorescein injection demonstrated a reticular pattern within fluorescein-filled sinuses that had no known anatomical correlate. Freezing biopsy tissue before fixation preserved the anatomy of this structure, demonstrating that it is part of the submucosa and a previously unappreciated fluid-filled interstitial space, draining to lymph nodes and supported by a complex network of thick collagen bundles.” Is the Interstitium Really a New Organ? https://www.the-scientist.com/daily-news/is-the-interstitium-really-a-new-organ-29893 “New reports have suggested that this interstitium could represent a widespread organ in the body, whose connections with the lymphatic system might be involved in cancer metastasis. While researchers not involved in the study agree that the interstitium likely plays diverse roles in the human body, they are reticent to call it a new organ” ____________________ Elements is more than just a science show. It’s your science-loving best friend, tasked with keeping you updated and interested on all the compelling, innovative and groundbreaking science happening all around us. Join our passionate hosts as they help break down and present fascinating science, from quarks to quantum theory and beyond. Seeker explains every aspect of our world through a lens of science, inspiring a new generation of curious minds who want to know how today’s discoveries in science, math, engineering and technology are impacting our lives, and shaping our future. Our stories parse meaning from the noise in a world of rapidly changing information. Visit the Seeker website https://www.seeker.com/videos Elements on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerElements/ Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel Seeker on Twitter http://twitter.com/seeker Seeker on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/ Seeker http://www.seeker.com/
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CT Scan Test (in Hindi)
सी टी स्कैन क्या होता है? यह टेस्ट क्यों किया जाता है? क्या इस टेस्ट के दौरान दर्द होता है? क्या यह टेस्ट करने से पहले किसी सावधानी की आवश्यकता है? क्या इस टेस्ट में x-ray एक्सपोज़र होता है? CT Scan prices in India: https://www.medifee.com/tests/ct-scan-cost/
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How To Remove Calcium Deposits From Your Arteries
How I quickly improved my dad’s blood flow and circulation in only 30 days - NO drugs or diets! ►► http://drsam.co/yt/ImproveYourBloodFlowNaturally =============================================== How To Remove Calcium Deposits And Plaque From Your Arteries =============================================== And I’ll reveal the 3 best ways to naturally do this. Calcium has many benefits and it’s a very important mineral, especially in your BONES… But NOT in your arteries and heart. In fact, calcium deposits and plaque buildup is a sign of early aging. So you really need to be proactive and reverse and remove calcium and plaque buildup For anti-aging purposes For improved blood flow and circulation To help reduce your risk of a heart attack or stroke. And the good news is that no matter how old you are or how “bad” things may seem in your arteries, you can DEFINITELY help reverse and remove calcium and plaque buildup. And you can do it naturally, without drugs or crazy restrictive diets. I’ve done it over and over again with hundreds and thousands of my clients, including my father! So let’s get started with the 3 best ways to reverse and remove plaque buildup. Exercise These days, we don’t move very much. We are sitting all the time and thus, you really need to do some form of exercise. A combination of aerobic and anaerobic is best. Aerobic means “with oxygen” and things like walking, jogging, playing sports, dancing, swimming and so forth are all great. You don’t need much to start. Even 15-20 minutes, 3x weekly is great. The goal is at least 30 minutes, 3x weekly. Anaerobic means “without oxygen” and this is mainly “resistances exercise” and lifting weights. This can be with dumbbells and barbells, cables, machines or even your own bodyweight. Lifting weights has even MORE benefits than aerobic because it improves your hormones and increases calcium buildup in your BONES, where it should be. The more muscle and heavier weights you lift, the stronger your bones … which what we all need as we age. Diet You need to improve your diet and I’ll keep is simple. You want anti-inflammatory and low insulin-stimulating/blood sugar diet. 50% of your diet should come from low-glycemic, anti-inflammatory carbohydrates. Yams Quinoa Buckwheat (contains NO wheat or gluten) Legumes/beans Some fruit Lots of vegetables 25% should come from healthy proteins Wild caught fish (salmon is great) Grass fed bison/buffalo Free range eggs (including the yolks) Small amounts of free-range chicken 25% from health fats Organic, extra virgin coconut Organic avocado Extra virgin olive oil Raw nuts (almonds & walnuts are great) Don’t drink your calories and eliminate dairy. Herbs & Vitamins There’s no way you can get all of your vitamins and minerals from food, unless you ate thousand of calories daily. And when it comes to plaque and calcium removal, there are some very specific, potent and effective supplements that will give you dramatic results in just a few short weeks. Vitamin C, D3, E and especially K2-7 (MK7) and Magnesium are very important at removing calcium OUT of your arteries and putting it in your bones where it belongs Nattokinase reduces Fibrin buildup, which is an insoluble protein that impedes blood flow and thickens your blood. White Willow Extract and Ginger Extract are anti-inflammatory and also reduces thick, sticky blood and improves circulation. They work great together. NAC reduces heavy metals, toxins and pesticides from your body and also strengthens your liver… all of which is very important for healthy and clean circulation of your blood. There are a few other good ingredients specific for our goal -- such as green tea extract and a blend of L-Carnitine (Acetyl + Glycine Propionyl) Of course, I’m not expecting or advising you to go out and buy all of these ingredients individually and take them daily because it’s just way too expensive and inconvenient. I know from personal experience because I tried it myself and my parents. It’s not a long-term solution and if you don’t stick to something long-term, you won’t get lasting results. Under this video you can get access to a simple, proven and effective solution, which eliminates the need to take all of these ingredients by themselves. So it’s easy and it’s what I do myself. Click here: ►http://drsam.co/yt/ImproveYourBloodFlowNaturally Or you can watch other videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJ4eidWS0bw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGQtyLZSAQc ========================================­ Thank you for watching. Please feel free to comment, like or share with your friends. Subscribe to Dr.Sam Robbins's official Youtube channel http://drsam.co/yt/subscribe Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrSamRobbins Visit Dr.Sam Robbins's blog for more information on your health! http://www.drsamrobbins.com/ ====================================================== Thanks DrSamRobbins
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Persona Knee: Loosening & Failure lead to Zimmer Recall
Helping victims of defective Persona Knee's nationwide. Visit http://www.gregjoneslaw.com/ to get free information on your Persona Knee lawsuit. I’m attorney Greg Jones. Barely three years after it was approved by the FDA in 2012, Zimmer had to issue a Class 2 recall of its Persona Knee replacement due to reports of gaps between the knee implant and the bone, as well as loosening of the knee implant from its original position. People with the Persona Knee and experienced this device failure, suffered complications which included: Persistent pain Loss of mobility Inflammation Knee instability and Knee tightness About a quarter of those affected by this defective knee replacement part had to undergo revision knee replacement surgery, in other words, they had to go through the surgery all over again to take the implant out and then put in a replacement, knee replacement. This meant additional stay at the hospital, additional medical costs, time off from work, and time away from friends and family. That doesn’t include the additional pain and suffering, the additional rehab and taking care of your family. In addition, these people were exposed to further complications such as: Pain and swelling Infection Nerve, tissue, or blood vessel damage Blood clots Bone loss Fractures and Leg length discrepancies Notwithstanding, many patients were unable to get permanent relief from their pain and had to continue living with it. Too often medical device manufacturers put making profit over people. Zimmer has a duty to provide safe products. If there are risks of harm associated with their products, Zimmer must provide adequate warnings. If a product maker fails to do this, it should be held responsible for injuries that it causes. They don’t have to live with the consequences of failing to warn of risks that they knew or should have known of problems. Consequences that the victims and their families have to live with every single day. At Greg Jones Law we want to hold Zimmer responsible, to get you paid for you medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and for any permanent disability you or a loved one may suffer. At Greg Jones Law, we have a proven track record of helping victims of dangerous drugs and medical devices. Contact us today for a free, no obligation consultation. We don’t need any money upfront and there is no legal fees unless you get paid. In other words, if you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid. Telephone Number: 855-566-3752 Twitter: https://twitter.com/gregjoneslaw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GregJonesLaw/ Website: http://www.gregjoneslaw.com/
Views: 869 Greg Jones Law
Insidermedicine in 60 - December 18, 2007
From Halifax - An alternative test may be better than the traditional V/Q scan at detecting blood clots in the lung. Researchers compared computed tomographic pulmonary angiography to the traditional V/Q scans and showed that the newer test was more sensitive at detecting clots. The test also had a similar false negative rate. From Minneapolis - When someone has an acute heart attack, prompt recognition and intervention can lower mortality. Many heart programs now let emergency doctors make the decision to cath a patient, instead of a heart specialist. In a study of over 1300 patients with acute ST elevated heart attacks, 14% did not have a clear culprit and 10% did not have coronary artery disease. And finally, from San Antonio - Men whose mother, sisters or daughters have breast cancer may be at risk for both prostate and breast cancer. Males who test positive for a gene linked to breast cancer, called BRCA2, have a 14% lifetime risk of developing prostate cancer and a 6 % lifetime risk of developing breast cancer. For Insidermedicine in 60, I'm Dr. Susan Sharma.
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Bone Density Measurement at Bluestone Medical
Bluestone Medical offers comprehensive lab tests such as bone density measurement, radiology, ultrasound, blood work and more, that allow for quick evaluation of the patient's condition. www.rodneybluestonemedical.com
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How An MRI Machine Works (Extra Information in the Description)
This is a basic explanation of how an MRI machine works on a physics level. Some sections might require you to pause the video. Below I have included some extra information that was left out of the video as it would have been a bit annoying to keep pausing/rewinding. --- The MRI machine is a good example of Science as a Human Endeavour as it combines years of research and development from multiple fields of science. Physics research and experiments in to quantum mechanics such as spin and electromagnetism allowed for medical experts to utilise the simple water molecule for a greater purpose. Chemistry and electrical engineering were required to construct the extremely strong magnet inside the MRI machine. This magnet is suspended in liquid nitrogen to cool the copper coils down to a point where they are a super conductor, reducing the electrical resistance of the wire down to zero. This allows the magnet to always be on without a constant power source, helping the reduce a hospitals carbon footprint by huge amounts. While MRI scans can show great detail, they are unable to be used on a patient with any kind of metal implants or objects inside them, as the strong magnet inside an MRI would simply rip them out. In such cases a doctor would usually use an X-ray or other, more harmful scan. MRI scans are primarily used to produce images of anomalies in the brain, spinal cord and chest cavity, although they can theoretically be used for any part of the body. Sometimes a patient will be given an IV injection of a contrast liquid to help show blood clots and other issues related to blood vessels. A good example of an MRI showing a brain tumour can be found at (https://i2.wp.com/neurosciencenews.com/files/2016/10/glioblastoma-mri-neuroscinecneews.jpg). The video mentions that tumours are denser than regular brain tissue. This can be seen in that image as bone (obviously denser) is a bright white while the regular brain tissue is grey. The tumour (top left) is a slightly lighter grey, signifying it's higher density. Capping off what is mentioned in the video, MRIs are extremely beneficial to medical diagnose and research as they are inexpensive to run (not to buy), use non-ionising radiation (so the patient is not put at more risk of cancer by using one), provide 3D images of almost any part of the body and are mechanically safe to operate over and over. The only real downsides to MRI machines are that the patient must not have any metal on or in their body and that the machines are quite loud. Both of these issues are fairly avoidable, with most patients not having metal in them and sound isolating headphones provided by most hospitals. Thank you for watching.
Views: 41 Benji Collins
How Common Is Parathyroid Disease?
Hyperparathyroidism was first described in 1925 and the symptoms have collectively become known as 'moans, groans, stones, bones. This causes blood calcium levels heart rhythm abnormalities. Primary hyperparathyroidism too much or little parathyroid hormone affects the right balance of calcium and phosphorous in your body, which can lead to disorders. If you have kidney stones must check your blood calcium and pth levels straight talk about the common myths facts parathyroid disease, hyperparathyroidism surgery. Another include high blood pressure some heartburn, and mild mental disturbances. Htm "imx0m" url? Q webcache. 25 oct 2017 women get hyperparathyroidism three times more common than men. Who gets hyperparathyroidism and parathyroid disease women causes of disease, tumors. Almost everybody with hyperparathyroidism has the disease because one of their parathyroid glands develops into a tumor and we don't know what causes tumors! rest this page will 26 jan 2018 men have twice risk developing kidney stones as women. The effects of parathyroid disease on this continued dissolving the central bone is what causes pain so common to hyperparathyroidism. Rarely, a parathyroid will be located elsewhere in the neck or upper chest region, and it's possible, though not common, to have more than four glands hyperparathyroidism is where glands, which are near thyroid gland, produce too much hormone. Primary hyperparathyroidism usually occurs randomly, but the great majority ( 95. Parathyroid cancer is extremely rare. Apr 2009 what causes it? Primary hyperparathyroidism is a disorder of the parathyroids, four tiny pea sized glands located behind thyroid gland in neck. In women 60 years and older, 1 500 will develop hyperparathyroidism each year if calcium in blood increase more than mg dl over normal level some symptoms may appear. Enlargement (hyperplasia) of two or more parathyroid glands accounts for most other cases. Who gets hyperparathyroidism and parathyroid disease women age. In women 60 years and older, two out of 1,000 will develop hyperparathyroidism each year this is called hyperparathyroidism; It leads to hypercalcemia, kidney stones, osteoporosis, various other symptoms. Signs and symptoms of parathyroid cancer include weakness, feeling tired, a lump in the neck 13 oct 2010 easy to understand info on gland disease, treatments, tests, osteoporosis, calcium surgerywritten for patients by experts 25 apr 2016 osteoporosis treatments causes osteoporosis; Calcium, parathyroid, fosamax, actonel, evista. Googleusercontent search. In otherwise healthy people most common reason is primary hyperparathyroidism (see 6 mar 2018 a noncancerous growth (adenoma) on gland the cause. Yet young people develop parathyroid tumors too. For example, familial multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1 is a rare, inherited syndrome that causes tumors in the parathyroid glands as well pancreas and pituitary 18 aug 2017 cancer rare disease which malignant (cancer) cells form
Views: 93 Clix Clix
★ Diagnostic Healthcare | Excellence in the field of Diagnostic Imaging ★
☎ 0844 335 8993 ✉ info@dhc.uk.com http://www.diagnostichealthcareltd.com/ Diagnostic Healthcare was established in 2004. We provide quality diagnostic services including MRI Scans, Obstetric Ultrasound, Non-Obstetric Ultrasound, Bone density scans (DEXA scan), Cardiac test (Electrocardiogram and Exercise ECG) and Screening test. We work with the NHS, independent healthcare providers, medico-legal professionals and private patients.
Medical Oncology Updates for Lung Cancer
NYU Langone medical oncologist Dr. Joshua Sabari discusses a new era of treatment options for lung cancer. Learn more about Dr. Sabari: https://nyulangone.org/doctors/1356638894/joshua-k-sabari Learn more about NYU Langone’s Perlmutter Cancer Center: http://nyulangone.org/locations/perlmutter-cancer-center
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Giraffe - CT scan-based visualization of skull and head blood vessels
Animation of the head of a 22-year-old adult female Baringo giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi, OUVC 10513) demonstrating aspects of the head blood vascular system. Arteries and veins were injected with different concentrations of barium and latex, allowing their discrimination with CT scanning. The first series (white background, surface rendering) depicts all the vessels as green, whereas the second series (black background, volume rendering) provides some color coding (blue veins and red arteries). This giraffe was named Susie and lived at The Wilds (part of the Columbus Zoo system) in Cumberland, Ohio, where she died of natural causes in December 2003 at which point her head came to WitmerLab at Ohio University for research. It was injected by WitmerLab members Larry Witmer, Casey Holliday, Ryan Ridgely, and Tobin Hieronymus, with help from Eric McElroy. This work was published in PeerJ in 2016 by Haley D. O’Brien, Paul M. Gignac, Tobin L. Hieronymus, and Lawrence M. Witmer: https://peerj.com/articles/1696/. This visualization was done by Ryan Ridgely using Avizo, Adobe Premiere, and Quicktime. We thank Heather Rockhold and OhioHealth O'Bleness Hospital for CT scanning and NSF for funding. For news from WitmerLab, visit http://www.ohio.edu/witmerlab or our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/witmerlab).
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Radionuclide Metrology for Medicine
Andrew Fenwick talking on Radionuclide Metrology for Medicine
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Utilizing Proper Radiation Safety
When dosing a patient with a radiopharmaceutical it is imperative that these radiation safety measures are taken.
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Colonic Diverticulosis and Diverticular Hemorrhage
Colonic diverticulosis predisposes individuals to lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage in up to 5% of cases. These sac-like protrusions are pseudodiverticula and arise due to a combination of anatomic, dietary, motility, and structural influences. In the setting of acute hemorrhage, patient stabilization takes priority, followed closely by maneuvers aimed at localizing and controlling blood loss. Through the use of an arsenal of tools including colonoscopy, angiography, and nuclear scintigraphy, most diverticular bleeds can be localized and subsequently controlled. When persistent and not controlled by colonoscopic or angiographic means, expeditious surgical resection serves as definitive therapy. PATHOGENESIS OF DIVERTICULAR BLEEDING The various colonic arterioles penetrate the muscular wall en route to the colonic mucosa. Sometime these arterioles can divide, with one branch penetrating the wall at the site of a diverticulum and the other branch passing external to the muscular layer and being displaced over the dome of the diverticulum. It appears likely that luminal traumatic factors, including chronic injury and impacted fecaliths which cause abrasion of the vessels, lead to the formation of ulcerations and erosions that ultimately result in hemorrhage. Structural changes occur in the wall of the affected vessel, with thickening of the intima and focal attenuation of the media. The anatomic basis for bleeding is thought to be asymmetric rupture of these intramural branches (the vasa recta) of the marginal artery at either the dome of the diverticulum or at its antimesenteric margin. Vessel disruption occurs on the mucosal side of the artery, as bleeding occurs into the lumen instead of into the peritoneal cavity. Inflammation is no longer the presumed underlying cause of diverticular bleeding as little or no inflammation is found in resected specimens and hemorrhage is rarely seen in the setting of acute diverticulitis. Diverticular hemorrhage is thought to occur in 3 to 5% of all patients with colonic diverticulosis, yet appears to cease spontaneously in up to 90% of patients. Transfusion of greater than four units of packed red blood cells is rare, with some data suggesting that when hemorrhage is limited to less than four units/day, bleeding stops in up to 99% of cases. After an initial episode of hemorrhage, rebleeding is likely to occur in 10% of patients in the first year; thereafter, the risk for rebleeding increases to 25% at 4 years. Emergency surgical intervention for ongoing massive hemorrhage is rarely necessary before attempts are made to localize the precise source of bleeding. This allows an orderly approach to identification of the bleeding site, which is essential for appropriate therapy. After the initial patient resuscitation and concurrent to the ongoing stabilization, diagnostic testing should begin. The choice of initial investigation remains controversial and depends on local availability of resources and expertise. "Urgent colonoscopy," completed within 6 to 12 hours of admission, is indicated in patients who have ceased to have ongoing significant hemorrhage and in whom resuscitation and hemodynamic stability have been achieved. The identification of the bleeding site is facilitated by cleansing the colon of clots, stool, and blood with a large-volume purge, most commonly administering 5 to 6 L of polyethylene glycol solution 3 to 4 hours before the colonoscopy. Patients presenting with massive ongoing lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage, which often compromises patient hemodynamics, are poor candidates for "emergent colonoscopy" as the procedure is technically difficult due to the inability to clear the mucosal surfaces of old or new hemorrhage. Finding a discrete, actively bleeding vessel in the unprepared bowel is difficult even for the most experienced endoscopist.
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Shastho Protidin a Health Program (Ultrasonography and effects)
Shastho Protidin is a daily Health programme of International Television Channel Ltd (NTV). From this programme, viewers can aquire knowledge how to prevent or cure from common diseases, fitness tips and medicinal qualities of plants. For more videos please visit: http://goo.gl/YxEhMM Find us; Official site: http://video.ntvbd.com/ G+ NTV : https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/116442303300806980024/116442303300806980024/about Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ntvdigital Video Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/NTV-Video/690735264373583 Entertainment Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/NTV-Entertainment/769395683134329 Twitter Official: https://twitter.com/ntvdigitals Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ntvdigital/ Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/NTVOnline Scribd: https://www.scribd.com/NTVOnline Official Address: NTV Bangladesh Address: 102, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Karwan Bazar, Dhaka-1215, Bangladesh NTV Europe Address: Unite 6, Bow Exchange, 5 Yeo Street, London, E3 3QP NTV USA Address: New York, USA NTV Australia Address: Sydney, Australia Come Join Us for More Entertainment!! Visit our Official site: www.ntvbd.com Also Find us on Social Media; G+ NTV: https://plus.google.com/+ntvbd/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ntvdigital Twitter Official: https://twitter.com/ntvdigitals Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ntvdigital/ NTV in a nutshell: International Television Channel Limited (NTV) offers diverse mix of programs such as news bulletins, current affairs, and talk shows, soap operas, educational, religious, politics related programs, drama, movie, reality shows and other entertainment programs. We deliver news and entertainment programs across all platforms: TV, Internet and Mobile (including apps). We also broadcast its programs in UK, USA, Canada, Some parts of Europe, Middle East, and beyond. NTV Official Address: Bangladesh Address: 102, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Karwan Bazar, Dhaka-1215, Bangladesh Europe Address: Unite 6, Bow Exchange, 5 Yeo Street, London, E3 3QP USA Address: New York, USA, Australia Address: 30A Carlton Parade, NSW - 2218, Australia Note: If you wish to share this video, please make sure you embed the link and share the original source. Please avoid other methods of copying or duplicating the video, and help us support anti-piracy measures in any way you can. Thank you - NTV Team
Views: 1083 NTV
Biology  Cell Structure
Biology: Cell Structure BY: Nucleus Medical Media
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President Obama Tours the 2015 White House Science Fair Exhibits
On March 23, 2015, President Obama talked with each of the young scientists and engineers about their innovative projects at the fifth-annual White House Science Fair.
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SUBNAUTICA - #010: Krabbentintenfisch / Crabsquid! ☢ [STAFFEL 7][DEUTSCH] Lets Play Subnautica
SUBNAUTICA - #010: Krabbentintenfisch / Crabsquid! ☢ [STAFFEL 7][DEUTSCH] Lets Play Subnautica MACHINERY UPDATE zur Sharuman: https://goo.gl/DWOJ1c zur Playlist: https://goo.gl/IzlPuC ____________________________________________________ ►ABONNIEREN: http://goo.gl/rGpfrS ►Uploadplan: https://goo.gl/3syE86 ►Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1uPSt7K ►Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/aldemarhd ____________________________________________________ |LET'S PLAY SUBNAUTICA| SS-7 - Kommentiertes Gameplay von AldemarHD - Survival - Unknown Worlds Entertainment - Offizielle Seite: http://unknownworlds.com _______________________ Enscreen Title Run Amok (incompetech.com) ISRC: USUAN1400024 - Run Amok
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THIS IS NOT AN OPINION, THIS IS SCIENCE. THIS IS A REMAKE OF A VIDEO THAT WAS REMOVED . EVEN THE WAYBACK MACHINE DON'T HAVE A HISTORY OF THE ORIGINAL VIDEO .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xtk2vj7ZOiY FLUORIDE CAUSES ; Cancer , Arthritis , Swollen & Aching Joints Digestive system disorders, ulcers and colitis inability to utilize vitamin B and C Constipation and Nausea Kidney , Bladder , & Urinary Disorders Circulatory Diseases, fluoroderma , Arteriosclerosis,Heart Failure, Hypo & Hypertension,Exostosis Varicose Veins & Coronary Thrombosis,Mental & Neurological Disorders,Glaucoma & Goiters,Impaired Gland Function,Bone Cancer,Teeth & Gum Diseases,Bone & Calcium Loss,Doubles the chance of hip fracture OsteoporosisThyroid Disorder ( Hyperthyroidism )Brain Damage,Dental & Skeletal Fluorosis Depression,Anxiety & Panic Attacks,Birth Defects,Osteosarcoma Destruction of Liberty. " the right to own your own body" .
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Dr.  Eugene Fine - Consequences of Ketogenic Diets in Cancer – from RECHARGE to Biomarkers
Filmed at the Emerging Science of Carbohydrate Restriction and Nutritional Ketosis, Scientific Sessions at The Ohio State University Learn more at https://blog.virtahealth.com/category/science-research/ An impressive body of scientific evidence over the last 15 years documents long term benefits of carbohydrate-restricted, especially ketogenic, diets. We now understand molecular mechanisms and why they work. Popular books and articles now challenge the advice ‘carbohydrates are good and fats are bad.’ Circa mid-19th century urinary ketones were identified in diabetics sealing their toxic label for the next 150 years. Despite work four decades ago showing ketones were highly functional metabolites, they are still misidentified as toxic byproducts of fat metabolism. The vilification of fat by regulatory and popular dogma perpetuates this myth. But the nutrition-metabolic landscape is improving dramatically. A growing number of researchers have contributed to what is now a critical mass of science that provides compelling clinical evidence that ketogenic diets uniquely benefit weight loss, pre-diabetes, and type-2 diabetes. In the last five years, basic scientists have discovered that b-hydroxybutyrate (BHB), the primary circulating ketone, is a potent signaling molecule that decreases inflammation and oxidative stress. BHB has been suggested to be a longevity metabolite, with strong support from recently published mouse studies showing decreased midlife mortality and extended longevity and healthspan. Although type-2 diabetes is often described as a chronic progressive disease, emerging evidence indicates that sustained nutritional ketosis can reverses the disease. There is growing interest in studying potential therapeutic effects of ketosis on cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. There are even reasons certain athletes may benefit from nutritional ketosis and ketone supplements ─ debunking the long-standing dogma that high carbohydrate intake is required to perform optimally. With the support of the well-established Ohio State Food Innovation Center, this conference will bring together the top experts in these fields to share what has been achieved and what remains to be done to advance this exciting field of scientific discovery.
Views: 2003 Virta Health
Signs and Symptoms of Asthma - Dr. Prakash Sinha, Paras HMRI Hospital Patna - World Asthma Day
Paras Hospital Patna | Paras Patna | Paras HMRI Watch this video of Paras HMRI Hospital Patna in which Dr. Prakash Sinha, Consultant- Pulmonary Medicine & T.B, Paras HMRI Hospital, Patna is talking about Common Signs and Symptoms of Asthma. To Consult a DR. PRAKASH SINHA: https://bit.ly/2Ftfjic For more paras hospital videos: https://bit.ly/2Ab0ahB
Views: 1000 Paras Healthcare
Questions & Answers 224
In This Video: 12:51 - Farhana -- I am currently 53-years-old and I am suffering from uterine fibroids. I am near menopause but don't know when I will reach it. I am being urged by the allopathic community to undergo hysterectomy or endometrial ablation. 25:07 - Peter -- My wife has a very low tolerance to foods that are high in amines. Things such as kale, avocados, citrus fruits, etc. These foods give her bad migraines. I would like to get her to detox as she also has Fibromyalgia. Is there a way to detox successfully and overcome these sensitivities? 38:51 - Tanya -- I am 229 pounds and only 5 ft. 4 in. I was not always big. Not at all. I was the skinny one in our family. I had four children and still wasn't overweight. However, a serious bout of dealing with hard times in life lead me to eat my emotions. I had quit all other forms of addiction to cope (cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, etc.) and turned to food. 58:51 - David -- I am 24-years-old and have a past of being really sick at least 4 times a year when I was younger. I would always get fevers, Bronchitis and strep throat like symptoms, but every time they tested me for strep I came up negative. They gave me antibiotics anyway of course and I was diagnosed with Asthma. 1:17:18 - Erin- I'm 47, vegetarian at 19, sometimes pescaterian from 29, candida eruption and full on food allergies at 34, inconsistent with yoga/running/walking, have been relatively healthy/sturdy throughout my life until mid 30's. I've been called to raw foods for several years now and it was "screaming" at me since last January 2013. 1:23:30 - Gina -- My name is Gina, I am seventeen, and have an orange sized tumor seated in the muscle of my right calf. My father, after lying several times and threatening my partner, called authorities and police came to my residence and forcefully took me to the hospital. They did a full body scan, and are going to operate on me tomorrow or start chemo. I have stated clearly to all this is completely against my will. I am afraid, but protected. 1:40:50 - Alan -- My question to you is about vitamin D. I know your thoughts on isolate vitamins, but I was wondering if vitamin D might be an exception. Would it be wise to take a vitamin D supplement, or maybe Cod Liver Oil, since its not an isolate, during winter months. 1:43:41 - Alchemist -- The doctors are about to pull the plug on my cousin tomorrow, he's in a diabetic coma. My grandmother just passed recently as well. My mother tells me that death happens in threes so I'm just worried about myself. Been getting high by smoking sense I was 20. I am now 35. How can I do a lemon fast, and not feel tired, hungry, and yet still be able to perform at my job? 1:53:20 - Chelsea -- I wanted to ask your opinion on a career path for me. I have always been passionate about animals, our planet, and about achieving optimal health in the body. I have been on my own journey since 2008 starting as a vegetarian, then to vegan, and now I am almost 100% raw. 2:05:28 - Jal -- Can we use tap water for enemas, or is it harmful for the body? I have just read a pdf stating that Vitamin C absorption could repair nuclear radiation induced injuries in the body, what do you think? Could a regenerated body be harmed by nuclear radiation? I've lost a lot of weight and my breasts now sag really bad and have a lot if excess skin on them. Doctors say I can only fix it through surgery. What do you think? Dr. Morse's website: http://www.DrMorsesHerbalHealthClub.com Disclaimer: The information given by Robert Morse in these videos are strictly for educational purposes only. They do not involve the diagnosing, treatment or prescribing of remedies for the treatment of diseases. Recommendations made in these recordings are not considered consultations or recommended individual protocols. Individual consultations and protocols through Dr. Morse are given by appointment only via contact through his clinic. Have a question or comment? Send an email to: Questions@NaturesBotanicalPharmacy.com
Dr Pam Popper: Useless Tests & Treatments
Today I'll be talking about useless and harmful tests, treatments and supplements, which include DEXA scans, drugs to treat "osteoporosis", calcium and vitamin supplements.
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Valley Comprehensive Medical Group, Indio, CA
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Open Review of the 3-D Complete Body Screening Device part 1
Comment from the technical review panel of scientists of Crosetto's 3D-CBS Innovative technology: "Crosetto has done and excellent job implementing his ideas and in designing the electronics, given his limited economical rescources. No error or fault could be found with his claims for the expected performance of the 3-D Complete Body Screening (3D-CBS)."
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NEW MAYOR IN TOWN | Turmoil #14
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