Essay on Acute

Wernicke Encephalopathy and Korsakoff Syndrome

Wernicke Encephalopathy and Korsakoff Syndrome are the acute and chronic stages of the same disease abbreviated as (WKS). (WKS) is a memory brain disorder that can result if there is a very low amount of Vitamin (B1) or Thiamine entering to the brain. Thiamine metabolizing glucose to produce energy for the brain to function correctly. […]

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Case Study of a Pre-Tibial Laceration

I have chosen the injury known as ‘pre-tibial laceration for my case study. Pre-tibial lacerations or skin tears are acute wounds caused by trauma and most common in older people, pre-dominantly women. They can often develop into chronic wounds, involving necrosed tissue and become difficult to heal due to factors such as the patients age […]

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Death without Weeping

Chronic child sickness takes on several types and can be classified as chronic child sickness and acute child sickness. Chronic child sickness refers to those who were born as weak and malnourished infants. These infants exhibit a sense of lethargy bordering on stuporous and have no force of life within them. As opposed to their […]

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