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Pericardial tamponade, also known as cardiac tamponade, is a medical condition caused by the compression of the heart due to a build-up of fluid, blood, or air in the pericardium, which is the double-walled sac surrounding the heart

Pericardial tamponade, also known as cardiac tamponade, is a medical condition caused by the compression of the heart due to a build-up of fluid, blood, or air in the pericardium, which is the double-walled sac surrounding the heart

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Critical Thinking Personal Development - StudyPK

Personal development: nine ways to improve your critical thinking skills Critical thinking questions Learning methods Critical thinking activities Differentiated learning Learning strategies Critical thinking improves your decision-making abilities by raising your patterns of decision-making to the level of conscious and deliberate choice. Critical thinking, when deeply understood, enables you to take control of the thinking

TBI, Traumatic brain injury | Cincinnati, OH Mayfield Brain & Spine

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can range from mild concussions to severe brain damage. Primary injuries can involve a specific lobe of the brain or can involve the entire brain. After impact, the brain may undergo a delayed trauma – it swells – pushing itself against the skull and reducing the blood flow. This is called secondary injury, which is often more damaging than the primary injury.