Healthcare Medical Video UCD

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Healthcare Medical Video UCD 
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We are looking for a young FEMALW voice, with energy and brightness to your voice. This will be a buyout for web, and we will need to direct the session via Skype. Here is the script:

Being diagnosed with a urea cycle disorder can feel overwhelming. Understanding more about it can help. A urea cycle disorder, commonly called a UCD, is a genetic disorder a child is born with. The child inherits a defective gene or genes from his or her parents or has a spontaneous genetic mutation. People can be diagnosed with a UCD at any point in their life. No matter the age, when food made up of carbs, fats, and protein enters the body it is broken down in the digestive tract. Protein is broken down and leftover ammonia, or urea, is eliminated from the body through a healthy urea cycle in the liver. For a person living with a UCD, the urea cycle isn’t working correctly and ammonia can’t be removed properly. There are different types of UCDs. The most common one is ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency, or OTC. The name of the UCD is based on which enzyme or transporter isn’t working properly in the urea cycle. A healthy urea cycle turns toxic ammonia into urea. So the body can get rid of it naturally. For patients living with a UCD, the ammonia stays in the body and builds up to toxic levels in the blood. Common signs and symptoms of high ammonia levels to watch out for include vomiting, headaches, aggression, and feeling very tired. When this happens, it could signal a hyperammonemic crisis. Which is very serious. And requires immediate medical attention because it could cause a coma, brain damage or even death. There are options to help control high ammonia levels due to a UCD. They include a low-protein diet… … amino acid supplements… … and other options your doctor can discuss with you. A UCD affects everyone differently. So make sure to always talk to your doctor to learn more about your UCD and possible ways to manage your ammonia levels. 
2017-01-16 21:39:38 GMT
2017-01-18 13:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 500
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
Via Internet: web
2 MINUTES
English - USA and Canada
Not defined
Young Adult Female
• Phone Patch
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
Not defined
This is a non-union project

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Being diagnosed with a urea cycle disorder can feel overwhelming. Understanding more about it can help. A urea cycle disorder, commonly called a UCD, is a genetic disorder a child is born with. The child inherits a defective gene or genes from his or her parents or has a spontaneous genetic mutation. People can be diagnosed with a UCD at any point in their life. No matter the age, when food made up of carbs, fats, and protein enters the body it is broken down in the digestive tract. Protein is broken down and leftover ammonia, or urea, is eliminated from the body through a healthy urea cycle in the liver. For a person living with a UCD, the urea cycle isn’t working correctly and ammonia can’t be removed properly. There are different types of UCDs. The most common one is ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency, or OTC. The name of the UCD is based on which enzyme or transporter isn’t working properly in the urea cycle. A healthy urea cycle turns toxic ammonia into urea. So the body can get rid of it naturally. For patients living with a UCD, the ammonia stays in the body and builds up to toxic levels in the blood. Common signs and symptoms of high ammonia levels to watch out for include vomiting, headaches, aggression, and feeling very tired. When this happens, it could signal a hyperammonemic crisis. Which is very serious. And requires immediate medical attention because it could cause a coma, brain damage or even death. There are options to help control high ammonia levels due to a UCD. They include a low-protein diet… … amino acid supplements… … and other options your doctor can discuss with you. A UCD affects everyone differently. So make sure to always talk to your doctor to learn more about your UCD and possible ways to manage your ammonia levels. 
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