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Unexplained shortness of breath. Rapid breathing. Chest pain anywhere under the rib cage (may be worse with deep breathing) Fast heart rate. The clot can block blood flow and cause: Leg pain or tenderness of the thigh or calf. Leg swelling (edema) Skin that feels warm to the touch. ReddishRead More →

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The various blood tests that are required for your Saudi visa are: HIV. Syphilis/VDRL. A full Hepatitis B profile. Hepatitis C Abs. Urinalysis. Malarial Abs. Bilharzia Abs. Liver function tests. What are the documents required for Gamca medical test for Bahrain? Required Documents for Bahrain Medical Online Apointment Slip. 6Read More →

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Despite our relatively few in-class hours, medical school does take up a frighteningly large proportion of your time. That being said, between studying ( about 30-40 hours per week ), class, and clinical work, there are little pockets of completely free time to be discovered and treasured. How many hoursRead More →

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Crushing Pills. If you know a medication can be safely crushed, there are three safe ways to go about it—using a pill crusher, a pill splitter, or a mortar and pestle. You can buy both pill crushers and pill splitters in drugstores and online. A mortar and pestle set canRead More →

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Salary Recap The average pay for a Medical Coding Specialist is $52,523 a year and $25 an hour in Canada. The average salary range for a Medical Coding Specialist is between $38,899 and $63,853. On average, an Associate Degree is the highest level of education for a Medical Coding Specialist.Read More →

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Health professionals play a central and critical role in improving access and quality health care for the population. They provide essential services that promote health, prevent diseases and deliver health care services to individuals, families and communities based on the primary health care approach. What makes a medical professional? SomeRead More →

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The purpose of the Basic Courses in Medical Education Technologies (MET) is to provide the basic knowledge, skills and eventually change the attitude of the faculty in medical colleges which the faculty can implement in their day to day practice in different areas of teaching and assessment (classroom, laboratory, WhatRead More →

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Most medical students spend 6-12 hours every day either in class or studying, so if you do not enjoy learning, you should have major second thoughts about going to medical school. How do students study in medical school? Students take classes in basic sciences, such as anatomy, biochemistry, microbiology, pathologyRead More →

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PRN is an acronym for the Latin term “ pro re nata,” which means “as the situation demands,” or simply, “as needed.” PRN nurses are fully licensed professionals who want to work on-call instead of as a full-time employee. What is the meaning of PRN medication? DEFINITION. PRN ( proRead More →

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Abbreviation for: table of contents. test/control. transitional care, see there. treated/control. What is the TC stands for? Take Care. TC. Traffic Control. TC. Terms & Conditions (law) What does r/o mean in medical terms? R/O: Medical abbreviation for rule out. What is TC in biology? The Transporter Classification (TC) systemRead More →