English Speaking Medical narration. Articulate, Educated Voice.

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Medical narration concerning Amniotic Fluid. My voice provide a a warm, friendly and caring tone that understands the underlying message to be delivered.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Senior (55+)

Accents

North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM) North American (US Midwest- Chicago, Great Lakes) US African American

Transcript

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when you have surgery or when you have a skin wound, your doctor may choose to use an amniotic tissue graft product. To help you heal, this graph may be in the form of a thin sheet of tissue. It may also be an injectable liquid that contains special cells and substances that aid and tissue repair and help your body rebuild itself. Some graph products are created from tissues associated with pregnancy. These are created from tissues that are harvested after the birth of a healthy baby graft can be made from the presento or from the umbilical cord. These are structures that develop in the uterus along with the baby. Graph can also be made from the tissues of the amniotic membrane. This is the fluid filled sac that surrounds the baby in the womb. When this type of graph is introduced into your body or onto your skin, it surrounds and protects your damaged tissue. It can provide a scaffold that your body can use as it creates repair cells. It may also contain natural substances and growth factors that stimulate and aid the healing process. Graph products derived from amniotic tissues have very unique properties. The immune systems of most people do not recognize these as foreign, They do not provoke an immune system response. These versatile products can work for people with all blood types and with all genetic backgrounds. They are associated with reduced inflammation and scarring. They are also known to prevent the formation of adhesions in the body after surgery