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What is TB? | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

What is TB? | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

I’ve drawn out for you a mother over here, a mom, and her son on the right. And it turns out that mom has tuberculosis, let’s assume that. And sometimes when you see “Tuberculosis” written out the way I’m writing it out, you’ll actually see it shorthanded, or kind of

बिना दवा के constipation कैसे दूर करें  | How to remove constipation naturally

बिना दवा के constipation कैसे दूर करें | How to remove constipation naturally

Hello Friends, Welcome !!! This is “Lakhaipuri” today again present with a new video for you in today’s video you will know about how to remove constipation naturally without medicine let’s come to know that how to cure constipation problem without medicine CONSTIPATION is very common problem and mostly people

Best Liver Cleansing Shake for a Fatty Liver!

Best Liver Cleansing Shake for a Fatty Liver!

I want to show you one of the best shakes for the liver, actually to clean the liver. This is liver cleansing on steroids. We have three different vegetables. We have the kale, and by the way, I freeze all of these vegetables, they last forever, stick them right in

Can Poop Cure an Infection?

Can Poop Cure an Infection?

Anna Rothschild: Ever wanted someone else’s poo pumped through a tube in your nose? Me neither. But doctors are performing this procedure on patients across the country. I’m Anna Rothschild, and this is Gross Science. Inside every person’s digestive tract there are trillions of bacteria and other microbes, and these

Digestive histology 4- Muscularis externa

Digestive histology 4- Muscularis externa

– All right. Our next layer. I’m going to draw–Pictionary. Let’s do this. Are you ready? My next layer looks a little something, something like this. Hmm, what kind of tissue are you going to guess that this is? I know you can do it. That is smooth muscle. We’ve

Peritoneal Cavity – Part 2 – Ligaments of the Liver – Anatomy Tutorial

Peritoneal Cavity – Part 2 – Ligaments of the Liver – Anatomy Tutorial

Okay, so we’ve talked about a little bit of the basics of the peritoneal cavity and the peritoneum and what the visceral and parietal peritoneum are and the divisions of the actual cavity, so the greater and lesser sacs. So now, we’ll just have a guided tour through the peritoneal

Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation : Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation: Digestive System

Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation : Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation: Digestive System

So which point on the feet we want to choose to ground energy depends on which internal organs we want to focus on. So if your diagnosis is, this person has liver chi stagnation or the symptoms show depression or jaundice or other liver function problems, then we need to