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Open Posted By: surajrudrajnv33 Date: 13/09/2020 Graduate Homework Writing

 HELLO, PLEASE this final work is in a PowerPoint must be 10 slides, PLEASE follow the instructions directly, each slide has a different characteristic. Slides 4, 5, and 6 refer to the arguments of the introduction outline, only 3 OUTLINES should appear, even if the essay has more than 3 outlines. Photos related to the essay topic should appear in PowerPoint. THE CHARACTERISTICS AND AN EXAMPLE TO SERVE AS A GUIDE ATTACHED BELOW. I also enclose the essay so that you know what you are going to develop in the PowerPoint 

Category: Mathematics & Physics Subjects: Calculus Deadline: 12 Hours Budget: $120 - $180 Pages: 2-3 Pages (Short Assignment)

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ENDOSCOPY

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Prior to scheduling an endoscopy procedure, the patient should inform his or her physician of any medications being taken, any allergies and all known health problems to ensure a successful experience.

Endoscopy, is the examination of internal body cavities using a specialized medical instrument called an endoscope.

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In 1806, Philipp Bozzini, a German doctor, invented the first endoscope.

An endoscope is a slender, flexible tube equipped with lenses and a light source.

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Endoscopy is one of the most essential procedures in modern medicine to diagnose, investigate, and screening for a wide range of disorders of the gastrointestinal tract.

Sedation and Preparation

Local anesthesia

Moderate sedation.(IV)

Nothing to eat or drink for six hours or more prior to the procedure

Physicians use endoscopy to

Investigation

Confirmation

Treatment

Follow-up

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Complications

Bloating and discomfort

Sore throat

Bleeding

Infection

Tearing of the gastrointestinal tract

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THANK YOU

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Title of Project Student Name International Institute of Health Care Professionals / Emiraza ENG 101 / PSP 100 Prof. Sophia Russell, EdD (ABD) September 26, 2020

Slide 1 - Cover - Author, title/ Image / Media (no more than 30 sec)

Slide 2 – 1. Thesis 2. Why you selected this topic

Slide 3 - Argument 1

Slide 4 - Argument 2

Slide 5 - Argument 3

Slide 6 - Opposing viewpoint or (alternate viewpoint)

 Slide 7 - What aspect of composition helped you the most with your arguments. Why? Explain. (Rhetoric, discourse, structure, analysis, focus, etc.)

Slide 8 - Closing/Final Remarks, Dedication/Questions