The term anatomy refers to a series of related disciplines which examine the macroscopic (gross anatomy) and microscopic (histology and cell biology) structure of the body. Holistic Dentistry is the field of dentistry which will promote dental health and wellness instead of the treatment of dental diseases. It is often referred to as biological dentistry , which is an alternative approach that focuses on the use of non-toxic restorative materials for dental work and emphasizes the unrecognized effect that dental toxins and dental infections may have on the overall health of a person. Holistic dentists follow natural treatments to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases of the oral cavity. The distinction between a â€˜medium’ and a â€˜technology’ is a somewhat slippery one. While mediums are technologies, not all technologies are mediums. In Amusing Ourselves to Death Neil Postman uses a comparison between the â€˜brain’ and the â€˜mind’ to help illustrate this distinction. Like the brain, technology is a physical apparatus. Like the mind, a medium is a use to which a physical apparatus is putâ€ (Postman, 1985, p. 84). This distinction means that a medium, is more than just a machine (as technology is), it is rather the social and intellectual environment a machine createsâ€ (p. 84). This is not to say that these technologies do not exist without bias, they do in fact exhibit a great degree of bias. Most technologies carry with them a predisposition for some kind of use, to borrow from Postman again for example; television carries with it a bias towards engaging the visual medium (Postman, 1985). While the television as a piece of technology could be used for any number of purposes from a light for the room to that of a radio, but that was not how it was adopted for use because its most novel feature was the broadcast of the visual medium (Postman, 1985). With this distinction firmly in place we can begin to examine the central tenant of the media ecology, the medium is the messageâ€. Medical Assistants – Postsecondary medical assisting programs are offered in vocational-technical high schools, postsecondary vocational schools, and community and junior colleges. Programs usually last either 1 year and result in a certificate or diploma, or 2 years and result in an associate degree. Courses cover anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology, as well as typing, transcription, recordkeeping, accounting, and insurance processing. Students learn laboratory techniques, clinical and diagnostic procedures, pharmaceutical principles, the administration of medications, and first aid. They also study office practices, patient relations, medical law, and ethics. There are various organizations that accredit medical assisting programs, and accredited programs often include an internship that provides practical experience in physicians’ offices, hospitals, or other health care facilities.
Many times patients are referred to a specialist that is either an oral and maxillofacial surgeon or a periodontist. However, many times the general dentist offers to perform the surgery and the patient accepts the treatment. Patients often have a misconception that if a procedure is offered, that the doctor who offered the procedure is knowledgeable, competent and has experience with the procedure offered. Unfortunately, many times the surgeon who offers the procedure has little to no training and little to no experience. Many times general dentists and specialists who never received formal training in a particular procedure, will attend weekend courses designed to train the beginner to perform a particular procedure. By comparison, the specialist who was trained in the same procedure often had years of practical didactic training along with guided clinical and surgical training that took years to complete. This study was supported by the National Health and Family Planning Commission of the People’s Republic of China, the China Medical Board (grant number 11-065), WHO (Grant Number: CHN-12-MCN-004888), and UNICEF. Oral biology and oral pathology are fields of specialized dental research concerned with the study of the mouth and oral diseases. Oral biology refers to the study of the mouth and related tissues while oral pathology is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases that affect the mouth and oral tissues. An oral pathologist investigates the causes of diseases influencing or modifying oral structures such as teeth, lips, cheeks, jaws, portions of the face and neck. Oral pathologists perform biopsy dissection and then do a microscopic analysis of biopsy samples using stains. Oral biology and pathology are of a wide variety and play an important role in the day to day life. As a Media Ecologist, I am not only having an open mind, and believing that Everything is Everything, but am constantly interrogating our reality and its realness, and the realness of reality-0this also includes the study and research about the the existence of other life forms and what is known as extraterrestrials, which, I contend, with our earth-bound knowledge, how can we say we are the only ones in existence, in this part of the Milky Way? This question the, I hope will be explained by the few videos I have selected as provided by Billy Meier. All the inhabitants of the universe wherever they exist must be respected a the creation of the ONE- the Creator God; humans should also be respected.
In each sampled health facility, data collection began when a pregnant woman was hospitalized in obstetrics department, until she was discharged from hospital or left obstetric department. An adapted individual survey form was used to collected information on sociodemographic characteristics, pregnancy complications and terminations, interventions and process indicators, and maternal and perinatal outcomes. This individual survey form was modified according to the WHO Multicountry Survey on Maternal and Newborn Health. 22 After several rounds of expert seminars, some of the elements that were difficult to collect during obstetric hospitalization in China were removed from the original form. Appendix file showed the main information collected in the individual survey form used in NMNMSS. Data were collected by obstetricians or nurses responsible for patient care mainly through the medical records review. When the individual survey form was completed, data were entered onto a web-based online reporting system centralized at the National Office for Maternal and Child Health Surveillance of China (NOMCHS). Obstetricians or nurses in sampled health facilities received trainings at the hospital level, county level, municipal level and national level before they participated in the surveillance work. As the online reporting system was upgraded in 2012 and 2016, the national trainings were implemented by NOMCHS in 2010, 2012, and 2016, respectively. PS; You proved your bias when you so casually dismissed Jerry Bergman. Who has seven degrees, including in biology, psychology, and evaluation and research, from Wayne State University, in Detroit, Bowling Green State University in Ohio, and Medical College of Ohio in Toledo. He has taught at Bowling Green State University, the University of Toledo, Medical College of Ohio and at other colleges and universities. He currently teaches biology, microbiology, biochemistry, and human anatomy at the college level and is a research associate involved in research in the area of cancer genetics. He has published widely in both popular and scientific journals. Saint Louis University’s graduate certificate in medical anatomy and physiology is a rigorous, two-semester, academic-enhancing program for post-baccalaureate scholars considering careers in medicine, other health care professions or biomedical sciences. The program has an 85 percent success rate for student placement in advanced degrees. As with any use of technology, the practice of medicine is at once a science, a craft, and an art. The word “technology” is derived from the Greek words “techne” (meaning both craft and art) and “logos” (in this context, reason). At some point, this tendency to technology and reason had to be turned on to the human body itself for the purposes of maintenance, in the form of preventative medicine, and repair, in the form of surgery. It is from this generalized practice that dentistry evolved.