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Answered: Definition of postpartum aortic dissection

Postpartum means after giving birth. Aortic dissection means your main artery is coming apart. That is very serious. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aortic_dissection

Answered: How long does an arterial line bruise take to heal

The length of time that it takes for ANY bruise to heal is in part dependent upon how much blood was spilled into the surrounding tissue and the vascularity of that tissue. A couple of weeks is a reasonable answer for most bruises.

Answered: How long can you live with a stent put in your corodit artery?

Longer than you would have lived without the stent.

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is it a back leg that is injured? If it is, she may have trouble scooting down. Is she having trouble using the bathroom other places?

Answered: What is long term care

Long term care is assistance given to people who needs physical and emotional help over an extended period of time. They can receive assistance in carrying out their daily living activities such as in dressing, bathing, eating and toileting. This type of care can be very expensive depending on what ...
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Arterial Plaque removal

Antioxidants, fish oil, eating lots of fiber are just some things you can do to try and reverse plaque. Also use healthy oils like olive, peanut or the coconut oil and avoid all bad fats. If nutritional deficiency continues, arteries get weaker and plaque builds up. Flossing everyday is a crucial ...

How long are cantolopes good in the refrigerator?

A cantaloupe in the refrigerator is probably good for 4 days. Maybe it will be still edible after a week if you don't see mold, but it may get mushy and the taste will start to change.

Distinguish between elastic arteries, muscular arteries, and arterioles

If this is for a bio class, then it should be in your textbook and I'm wondering why you haven't just opened that up, because it is in there... Anyway, here is a basic overview: There are three types of arterial blood vessels: (1) elastic arteries, (2) muscular arteries, and (3) arterioles ...