Osteomyelitis represents an acute or chronic infection of the bone. Osteo refers to bone, and myelo
refers to the marrow cavity, both of which are involved in this disease. ( Porth & Matfin 2009, p.
Osteomyelitis is a bone infection caused by a wide
Hematopoiesis is the production and formation of basic stem cell into mature blood cells in
the bone marrow. Blood cells such as Red blood, White blood including plasma and platelets
are being formed with the intervention of the Hematopoieti
Triage is a system for rationing resources in response to an overwhelming medical
emergency event. Effective triage is one of the first procedures that critical care nurse uses
in responding to a disaster. (Morton & Fontaine 2009, p. 205)
When the homeostasis of the body is disturbed or there is a significant fall in blood glucose
level, in order to compensate with the changing environment, one of the actions of the body
is to stimulate the pancreas to secrete a hormone cal
Fasciotomy is the most effective surgical treatment for an acute compartment syndrome. It
is done through an incision, could be one or more, to the site of an affected limb or
specifically the fascia to release the pressure that impede the bloo
Neuroplasticity refers to the capacity of the brain to change physical structure (i.e.,
reorganization or neuronal networks) and function in response to environmental attributes
or factors (Reichman, Fiocco & Rose 2010).
Despite of the fac
The use of water as a healing treatment is known as Hydrotherapy. The use of hot and cold
moisture in the form of solid, liquid or gas make use of the bodys response to heat and cold
(Berman, Snyder & Frandsen 2016, P. 306).
Hydrotherapy is a
Anti-fungal drug is a type of antimicrobial medications which specifically targets the sterols
which is uniquely found in the synthesis of fungal cell membrane. In addition, there are two
kinds of antifungal agents which are categorized
Beta2 Adrenergic Agonists
These sympathomimetic agents stimulate -2 receptors in airway cells to produce a variety
of effects. Chief among these are smooth muscle relaxation and bronchodilation caused by
activation of adenyl cyclase to produce cyclic 3'5'
Angiogenesis is the formation and growth of the new blood vessels. This process is normally
seen in injured persons as part of the coping mechanism of the body. In an individual with a
healthy body for instance, this process manifests by redi