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Dialysis- is primarily used to provide an artificial replacement for lost kidney function (renal replacement therapy) due to renal failure. Dialysis may be used for very sick patients who have suddenly but temporarily, lost their kidney function (acute renal failure) … Continue reading

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Effects of massage on the muscular system

Massage benefits the muscular system in development by stimulating the circulatory system, stimulating the nervous system sensory neurons, and stimulating cell activity. Regular massage in a standard interval will tone, firm and make muscles more flexible. Massage is also effective … Continue reading

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Physiological effects of Massage

When the massage therapist skillfully applies the art of massage in an effective manner which effects the structures and functions of the body. The specific effects of massage will indeed vary from therapist to therapist and the intent in which … Continue reading

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Circulatory Blood WBC

White Blood Cells the necessary clean up crew of the blood system. Without white blood cells the body would not be able to adapt to the changing environment that we live in. The human body is an evolving machine which … Continue reading

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Circulatory Blood Phils

Lets start by covering the “Phils” or Granular leukocytes why call them granular because they have granules in their cytoplasm. Lets name them they are Granular leukocytes; Neutrophils, Eosinophils and Basophils. The opposite of granular leukocytes are nongranular leukocytes which are … Continue reading

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