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Sickle Cell Disease


Sickle Cell Disease


$29.95


Sickle cell disease (SCD) is the most common genetic blood disorder in the world. Millions of people in the world have SCD and about 300,000 babies are born with it each year. Readers will learn about the major symptoms of SCD, including chronic anemia, delayed growth, spleen dysfunction, opportunistic infections, vision loss, leg ulcers, stroke, and heart problems. The book explains how the primary cause of SCD is a gene mutation that causes hemoglobin to polymerize in red blood cells, making them adopt an abnormal sickle shape. Sickled cells carry less oxygen and occlude blood vessels in tissues and organs throughout the body. The reader will learn how SCD is inherited and how genetic testing can provide information that prospective parents can use to make reproductive decisions. The book presents treatments for SCD such as pain medications, antibiotic therapy, blood transfusions, and bone marrow transplantation. Future prospects for diagnosing, treating, and curing SCD are evaluated, including maternal blood screening, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, gene therapy, and genome editing.

Sickle


Sickle


$10.79


Sickle A gruesome tool to stalk and frighten your victim. Includes: This sinister tool is made of safe plastic and looks like a distressed, aged sickle. 18.5 inches in length.

Renaissance Of Sickle Cell Disease Research In The Genome Era


Renaissance Of Sickle Cell Disease Research In The Genome Era


$121.03


The Human Genome Project has spawned a Renaissance of research faced with the daunting expectation of personalized medicine for individuals with sickle cell disease in the Genome Era. This book offers a comprehensive and timeless account of emerging concepts in clinical and basic science research, and community concerns of health disparity to educate professionals, students and the general public about meeting this challenging expectation. Contributions from physicians, research scientists, scientific administrators and community workers make Renaissance of Sickle Cell Disease Research in the Genome Era unique among the catalogue of books on this genetic disorder. Part 1 offers detailed review of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute’s leadership role in funding sickle cell research, as well as developing progressive research initiatives and the predicted impact of the Human Genome Project. Part 2 gives an account of several clinical research perspectives based on the Cooperative Study of Sickle Cell Disease. These include recommendations for newborn screening, pain management, stroke, transfusion therapy and pediatric and adult healthcare. Part 3 offers novel insights into basic science research progress and the impact of the Human Genome Project on the direction of hemoglobinopathy research, including hemoglobin switching, bone marrow transplantation and gene therapy. Part 4 engages the reader in a culture-based discussion of the stigma attached to sickle cell disease in the African American community and the apprehensions about genetic research in this community. It concludes with a global perspective on sickle cell disease from African, European and American experiences. For readers seeking a definitive account of sickle cell disease appropriate for students, researchers and community workers, this collaborative effort is an ideal textbook.

Sickle Accessory


Sickle Accessory


$5.99


Grim Reapers are pretty creepy. How could they not be? They kill people. Well, maybe they don’t kill people, but they do stop them from living. They take human souls away from their mortal coils. And you can be just as freaky as any great Grim Reaper. You already have a black cloak with a mesh face veil, and long bony gloves. But you are still missing something.A sickle obviously. And this Sickle Accessory is the perfect thing to add a little more creepiness to your already totally creepy Grim Reaper costume. You’ll be the freakiest person at the costume party. People will try to squirm away from you, or rather your sickle. And can you really blame them? It is quite pointy. Just try not to take anyone’s soul at your costume party.

Hammer, Sickle, and Soil


Hammer, Sickle, and Soil


$44.96


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Sickle Costume Accessory


Sickle Costume Accessory


$7.99


Includes scythe. + Brand: BuySeasons + Season: Halloween + Number of Pieces: 1 + Pieces Included: Scythe + Materials: Plastic + Closure Type: + Suggested Age: 4-12 + Care Instructions: Wipe clean

Managing Sickle Cell Disease


Managing Sickle Cell Disease


$34.95


As many as 30,000 African Americans have sickle cell disease (SCD). Though the political activism of the 1960s and a major 1970s health campaign spurred demands for testing, treatment, and education programs, little attention has been given to how families cope with SCD. This first study to give SCD a social, economic, and cultural context documents the daily lives of families living with this threatening illness. Specifically, Shirley A. Hill examines how low-income African American mothers with children suffering from this hereditary, incurable, and chronically painful disease, react to the diagnosis and manage their family’s health care.The 23 mostly single mothers Hill studies survive in an inner-city world of social inequality. Despite limited means, they actively participate, create, and define the social world they live in, their reality shaped by day-to-day caregiving. These women overcome obstacles by utilizing such viable alternatives as sharing child care with relatives within established kinship networks.Highlighting the role of class, race, and gender in the illness experience, Hill interprets how these women reject, redefine, or modify the objective scientific facts about SCD. She acknowledges and explains the relevance of child-bearing and motherhood to African American women’s identity, revealing how the revelation of the SCD trait or the diagnosis of one child often does not affect a woman’s interpretation of her reproductive rights.

Sickle Cell Anemia


Sickle Cell Anemia


$128.39


Medicine & Public Health; Hematology; Internal Medicine; Medical Biochemistry; Medicine/Public Health, general

Sickle Cell Pain


Sickle Cell Pain


$182.39


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The Iron Sickle


The Iron Sickle


$9.99


When a U.S. Army Claims officer stationed in South Korea is murdered in grisly fashion the roustabout duo of George Sueo and Ernie Bascom go against orders to track a calculating killer. Early one rainy morning, the head of the 8th United States Army Claims Office in Seoul, South Korea, is brutally murdered by a Korean man in a trench coat with a small iron sickle hidden in his sleeve. The attack is a complete surprise, carefully planned and clinically executed. How did this unidentified Korean civilian get onto the tightly controlled US Army base? And why attack the claims officeris there an unsettled grudge, a claim of damages that was rejected by the US Army? Against orders, CID agents George Sueo and Ernie Bascom start to investigate. Somehow, no one they speak to has been interviewed yet. The 8th Army isn’t great at solving cases, but they aren’t usually this bad, either. George and Ernie begin to suspect that someone doesn’t want the case solved. Martin Limn proves once again why he is hailed by his peers as one of the greatest military writers of his time. From the Hardcover edition.

Understanding Sickle Cell Disease


Understanding Sickle Cell Disease


$16.8


No Synopsis Available

Ripe for the Sickle


Ripe for the Sickle


$13.03


No Synopsis Available

Thrust in the Sickle


Thrust in the Sickle


$26.14


No Synopsis Available

Hanging Reaper with Sickle


Hanging Reaper with Sickle


$19.99


Some people have welcome mats. Others have seasonal wreaths adorning their front doors. You march to the beat of your own drum and prefer to greet guests with the smiling visage of death and his shiny sickle.The Hanging Reaper welcomes the damned who enter the fiery gates of Hell, their new eternity of torment, but he’s not above pulling double-duty –– he can also welcome the guests who enter your house for your Halloween party, a few hours of light fun. Hopefully. All it takes is a storm and some bad hors d’oeuvres to turn a party into an eternity of torment. And beware his moods––sometimes he’s pretty grouchy working his second job, and he knows how to wield that sickle. Be polite, or protect your neck! So double-check the five-day forecast and the sell-by date on that shrimp if you want to make sure the Hanging Reaper is a fun decoration rather than your eternal tormenter!
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