Medical Tourism in UAE – Healthcare Tourism In United Arab Emirates

Medical Tourism in UAE – Healthcare Tourism In United Arab Emirates

Medical tourism in UAE. UAE is where you will find some of the most beautiful sights in the world. The country boasts bith natural and man-made wonders. From the rolling sand dunes of it’s desert, to the beaches of the Persian, Guif, the UAE’s scenery changes from luxurious palms to mysterious and unearthly wuthering sands. […]

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Community Integration During Inpatient Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation at Lyndhurst Centre

Community Integration During Inpatient Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation at Lyndhurst Centre

Hello and welcome to UHN Toronto Rehab Lyndhurst Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Centre My name is Brian I had a spinal cord injury 26 years ago as a result of a diving accident Community integration is a very important part of your rehab Lyndhurst is located in a quiet residential neighbourhood at Bayview and Eglinton […]

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The Future of Diagnostics and Healthcare – Shounak Ray on CBC News Alberta

The Future of Diagnostics and Healthcare – Shounak Ray on CBC News Alberta

A pair of high school students in Calgary are being recognised for their scientific discoveries. One has created an app that can detect Parkinson’s disease and the other has come up with the test for stoned drivers. Both recently won silver medals at the Canada wide science fair in Fredericton. Here they are explaining their […]

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Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

the brain is composed of billions of cells called neurons they release electrical impulses these impulses send messages that tell different parts of the body what to do if a person has epilepsy some neurons may fire too rapidly and randomly send many messages at the same time this overwhelms the brain and causes seizures […]

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“Definition and Subtypes of Pediatric Delirium” by Chani Traube for OPENPediatrics

“Definition and Subtypes of Pediatric Delirium” by Chani Traube for OPENPediatrics

Definition and Subtypes of Pediatric Delirium by Dr. Chani Traube. Delirium is acute brain dysfunction. It’s a behavioral syndrome that occurs as a result of an underlying serious illness, or as a side effect of treatment for that illness. The hallmarks of delirium is that it needs to be acute and fluctuating, and involve a […]

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Action Potential in Neurons, Animation.

Action Potential in Neurons, Animation.

Neurons communicate with each other through their dendrites and axon. Generally, INCOMING signals are received at dendrites, while OUTGOING signal travels along the axon to the nerve terminal. In order to achieve rapid communication over its long axon, the neuron sends ELECTRICAL signals, from the cell’s body to the nerve terminal, along the axon. These […]

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Kumar Narayanan, MD, PhD

Kumar Narayanan, MD, PhD

– It’s a really neat experience to make a diagnosis for Parkinson’s Disease, and then be able to help that person. So often, by the time someone comes to me, you know, they’ve had a year, two years, of real difficulty getting around their daily life. And then we can give them the right drug, […]

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Your Child’s EEG at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Your Child’s EEG at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

you are here to have an electroencephalogram called an EEG or video electroencephalogram called a VEEG an EEG is a test that uses special sensors placed all over the head that measure the electrical signals your brain sends out those signals are recorded so the doctor can see them the setup takes about two hours […]

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