Many patient symptoms can be tied to multiple disorders, which may lead to misdiagnoses. For instance, consider two digestive disorders of the gastrointestinal tract—inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndrome.
Many patients leaving the hospital have limited access to the Internet. It is very important to provide patients with reliable healthcare information on which they can rely.
Many patients who are unable to care for themselves or are dealing with problems in their lives are sent to a confined institution where they are to find help before they rejoin the society.
Many people see gender identity as an either/or situation: trucks or dolls, crew cut or ponytail, firefighter ornurse. Either you like to play with trucks, or you like to play with dolls. Either you are a boy and want to be a firefighter, or you are a girl and want to be a nurse.
Many people, most of them in tropical countries of the Third World, die of preventable, curable diseases. . . . Malaria, tuberculosis, acute lower-respiratory infections?in 1998, these claimed 6.1 million lives. People died because the drugs to treat those illnesses are nonexistent or are no longer effective. They died because it doesn?t pay to keep them alive.
Many sources exist that are triggers for theory development through the study of concepts and their related propositions. One such trigger is the research process, which, while it answers many questions, generates others based on research outcomes. Identify some possible questions for research study, the answers to which would serve to generate theory.
Many antibiotics, like penicillin, are derived from fungus or molds (or even other bacteria!) Why would these organisms produce antibiotics?
Many challenges still remain in cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. In your opinion, which current advancements hold the most promise?
Many do not realize how cooking products such as pots and pans can expose many chemicals to our daily meals
Many experienced nurses and midwives identify the quality of their interpersonal relationships as the single most significant element in determining their effectiveness.