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Thackray, Kay: Sticky Blood Explained
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Erscheinungsdatum: 05.09.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Sticky Blood Explained, Titelzusatz: Hughes Syndrome, Autor: Thackray, Kay, Verlag: Arima Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: MEDICAL // Diseases, Rubrik: Allgemeinmedizin // Diagnostik, Therapie, Seiten: 112, Informationen: 22:B&W 5.5 x 8.5 in or 216 x 140 mm (Demy 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam, Gewicht: 152 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Sticky Blood Explained
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Sticky Blood Explained ab 18.49 € als Taschenbuch: Hughes Syndrome. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Naturwissenschaft,

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The CHAOS Cure: Clean Your House and Calm Your ...
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With the help of New York Times best-selling author and housekeeping guru Marla Cilley, you'll cure your household CHAOS (Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome) by changing your messy home into a soothing sanctuary.Are you suffering from CHAOS, otherwise known as Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome? If your house is a jumble of dirty dishes, piles of paper, and never-ending laundry, you are probably afflicted. But don't give up hope, because now there's an antidote: The CHAOS Cure. In her eagerly anticipated new book, Marla Cilley - aka "The FlyLady" to the hundreds of thousands who visit her website for daily domestic inspiration - reaches into our homes to help make housecleaning more meaningful and life less messy. With a little bit of armchair therapy and plenty of practical, tactical tips - such as "On the Fly!" quick fixes and genius uses for sticky notes - she'll help us get our houses in shipshape order before we can break a sweat. Along the way, the FlyLady teaches us to embrace household maintenance as an act of self-care, and to enjoy the soothing satisfaction of an orderly habitat.Before you know it, you'll be on the fast-track to living CHAOS-free, surrounded by sparkling serenity. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Marla Cilley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hach/004910/bk_hach_004910_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Sickle cell- Threat to human life
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Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder characterized by defective hemoglobin ( a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen to the tissue of the body).sickle cell disease involves the red blood cells ,or hemoglobin and their ability to carry oxygen. Normal hemoglobin cells are smooth, round and flexible, like the letter 'o' so they can move through the vessels in our body easily. Sickle cell hemoglobin cells are sticky and form in to the shape of sickle, or the letter 'c' when they lose their oxygen. These sickle cells tend to cluster together and cannot easily move through the blood vessels. The cluster causes a blockage and stops the movement of healthy, normal oxygen-carrying blood. This blockage is what causes the painful and damaging complications of sickle cell disease. Infants and young children are at risk for life threatening infections like Anemia ,Pain crisis, or sickle crisis, Acute chest syndrome, Spleenic sequestration, Stroke, Jaundice Increased infections, Leg ulcer, Bone damage, Early gallstone, Kidney damage and loss of body water in the urine, Eye damage. This book will help to spread awareness about the disease.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Understanding Hughes Syndrome
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Along with AIDS, antiphospholipid syndrome was the major medical discovery of the late 20 th century, so for many it is still deemed a 'new' disease.The discovery of 'sticky blood' (commonly known as antiphospholipid syndrome or 'Hughes Syndrome') came out of years of observation of patients who had developed lupus. Many specialists in the 1970s were interested in the neurological aspects of lupus, and Dr Hughes, among others, spent a number of years studying the mechanisms of brain inflammation.In the mid 1970s, Hughes observed a number of young women with a form of viral paralysis, where interestingly many of them carried an antibody in their blood actually directed against 'phospholipid' - one of the components of brain and spinal cord. It quickly became apparent that individuals who had "anti-phospholipid antibodies" suffered from a tendency not only to develop brain and spinal cord symptoms, but also a tendency to develop both vein and artery thrombosis.As investigation continued it became apparent that these symptoms were not just confined to lupus patients, but occurred in others too, specifically those with severe migraines, with repeated strokes, with memory loss, and in women with recurrent miscarriage.

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More Sticky Blood
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Antiphospholipid Syndrome (or Hughes Syndrome as it is also known) is an illness that it is not well understood by doctors, let alone patients as yet. Kay Thackray's first book: 'Sticky Blood Explained' attempted to demystify the illness, as few existing books were aimed at the ordinary person with antiphospholipid syndrome. Many common symptoms were not discussed in print elsewhere and many people bought extra copies of the book for their doctor or family to increase their understanding. In this second book the author has tried to continue to explain all that she knows and understands about this disorder in a friendly and accessible way. So much changes so quickly with an illness that is only 20 years old and new discoveries are made and need to be passed on to those who live with Hughes Syndrome. It is a continual process learning about this illness, and Kay speaks to many people including Dr Graham Hughes, the man who Hughes Syndrome is named after, and fellow patients. It is all too easy to use technical terms and sound super-intelligent, the problem is that only a select few will understand! The author has found that writing in the same way that she talks to people gets the message across and simplifying facts that are hidden in complicated medical reports is appreciated by many! The book also covers the author's own life and challenges which allow her to understand and empathise with the reader, because she has been there. 'I know my writing helps many to cope with this terrible illness because they tell me so and that gives me more pleasure than I can tell.' Kay Thackray

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Understanding Hughes Syndrome
32,90 CHF *
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Along with AIDS, antiphospholipid syndrome was the major medical discovery of the late 20th century, so for many it is still deemed a ‘new’ disease. The discovery of ‘sticky blood’ (commonly known as antiphospholipid syndrome or ‘Hughes Syndrome’) came out of years of observation of patients who had developed lupus. Many specialists in the 1970s were interested in the neurological aspects of lupus, and Dr Hughes, among others, spent a number of years studying the mechanisms of brain inflammation. In the mid 1970s, Hughes observed a number of young women with a form of viral paralysis, where interestingly many of them carried an antibody in their blood actually directed against ‘phospholipid’ – one of the components of brain and spinal cord. It quickly became apparent that individuals who had 'anti-phospholipid antibodies' suffered from a tendency not only to develop brain and spinal cord symptoms, but also a tendency to develop both vein and artery thrombosis. As investigation continued it became apparent that these symptoms were not just confined to lupus patients, but occurred in others too, specifically those with severe migraines, with repeated strokes, with memory loss, and in women with recurrent miscarriage.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Weekend Language
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Think about it: on weekends, we're all great communicators because our default is storytelling. When we go to a party on Saturday night, we don't talk about how we optimized our calendar last Wednesday to monetize our mission-critical, best-of-breed, seamless-solution-provider business. (If you do, that's probably why you haven't been invited back to many parties). Instead we tell a story about something that happened on Wednesday. On the weekends our speech is conversational, simple, clear, and interesting. We speak in examples, anecdotes, and analogies. And what does our audience do with those stories? They engage. They ask questions. They laugh along. And then they walk across the room and say to their friends, neighbors, husbands, and wives, 'Hey, you should hear what happened to Heidi last week. This is classic.' That's the portable, sticky communication Chip and Dan Heath talked about in their bestseller, Made to Stick. Nothing 'sticks' like a good story. But then Monday morning hits. We step into the office and downshift into product feature lists and ten-point plans (that no one cares about) full of jargon, 'high-level' terms, non-words, and nonsense. And to punctuate this meaningless language, we beat the snot out of our audiences with 118-slide PowerPoint presentations chock-full of twelve bullet-pointed sentences per slide. Text is shrunk to ten-point fonts to make sure we can squeeze it all in. And if we're feeling particularly frisky, we might even zoom in some clip art. This approach is generally called 'Show Up and Throw Up' and leads to 'Death by PowerPoint'- that syndrome affecting audience members who have to sit through 118 slides without any discernible point; that speech where people walk outside and think, 'Well, that's an hour of my life that I'll never get back.' Audience members typically don't remember anything from those types of presentations. But they do remember stories. Stories are the superglue of verbal communication and a staple of weekend language. The Heaths call stories the stickiest, most memorable, most portable form of communication. It sounds simple because it is, but it's what separates meaningful, memorable communication from the pointless and forgettable PowerPoint-driven corporate blather we spew in the boardroom and during sales pitches Monday through Friday. The approach and techniques found in this book are designed to help you replicate your existing strengths as a weekend storyteller so you can drag them into your weekday presentations to and conversations with customers, partners, employees, and investors. In fact, we've put them to good use over the years as executive presentation and storytelling coaches at Google, adidas, Dell, Microsoft, Ingram Micro, OpenText, CA Technologies, Petrobras, Zurich Global Life Insurance, Bazaarvoice, Rackspace, Expedia, eHarmony, eBay, CBS, T-Mobile, Cook Medical, Sony, and many more.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Understanding Hughes Syndrome
31,90 CHF *
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Along with AIDS, antiphospholipid syndrome was the major medical discovery of the late 20th century, so for many it is still deemed a 'new' disease. The discovery of 'sticky blood' (commonly known as antiphospholipid syndrome or 'Hughes Syndrome') came out of years of observation of patients who had developed lupus. Many specialists in the 1970s were interested in the neurological aspects of lupus, and Dr Hughes, among others, spent a number of years studying the mechanisms of brain inflammation. In the mid 1970s, Hughes observed a number of young women with a form of viral paralysis, where interestingly many of them carried an antibody in their blood actually directed against 'phospholipid' - one of the components of brain and spinal cord. It quickly became apparent that individuals who had 'anti-phospholipid antibodies' suffered from a tendency not only to develop brain and spinal cord symptoms, but also a tendency to develop both vein and artery thrombosis. As investigation continued it became apparent that these symptoms were not just confined to lupus patients, but occurred in others too, specifically those with severe migraines, with repeated strokes, with memory loss, and in women with recurrent miscarriage.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 29.10.2020
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