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Dr. Arun Prasad

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Dr. Prasad MD

What is the pathophysiology Of COPD? Please answer it in Layman's terms. Why do we give less O2 in patient's wit COPD? Also, How do we give o2 via??? Could you give me the pathophysiology, signs ... View answer

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Dr. Raju A.T MD

Hi There, Pleaase give the following details in laymans terms including the pathophysiology, signs ... to the following diseases . If you could explain in layman's terms of their pathophysiology , signs and... View answer

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Dr. Vivek Chail MD

Could you give me the pathophysiology of congestive heart failure in layman's terms and explain why edema happens. The patient is 81 years old and has a diagnosis of CHF Also, could you give me ... View answer

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Dr.  Manjeth Kumar G MD

Pathophysiological process that occurs in osteoporosis in the aging person ... View answer

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Dr. Shanthi.E MD

Could you give me the pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, complications and treatments for the following diseases in layman s terms? 1. Past medical history: Heart surgey at age 1 for valve repair ... View answer

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Dr. Suchda MD

Good Morning ... I am currently studying Nursing and am doing an assessment on a chronic condition that my mother has - Thrombocytosis... I am looking for the pathophysiology of this condition which I ... View answer

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Dr.  Rajinder Bajoria MD

What is the pathophysiology of Chronic Renal failure. Is it atherosclerosis of renal artery leads to nephrosclerosis leads to hypercalcimea leads to supress haemopoesis jj ... View answer

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Dr.  Parth MD

Hai, I am not asking a health problem. I an ICU nurse. AND i would like to know the pathophysiology of low SVR,moderately high CO and CI,and high PAP with reasonably good CVP PLEASE. Patient’s CO values ... View answer

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Dr.  Parth MD

How does hypertention, hyperlipidemia, and smoking, participate in the pathophysiology of atherosclerosis ? ... View answer

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Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani MD

what is the pathophysiology associated with puss in stool for hernia secondary to peritoneal dialysis therapy (increase in abdominal cavity pressure from all that fluid). ... View answer

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Dr. Naveen Kumar Sharma MD

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