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    Aseptic Technique The principles of the aseptic technique are easy to understand, however, they are invaluable if a proper procedure is to be executed in such a laboratory setting. Primarily, to understand its importance, it must be understood what is aseptic technique. In essence, aseptic technique is the collection of procedures and steps performed to ensure both the cleanliness of the laboratory setting, and more importantly, the purity of the components used; that is to say, to ensure that no unknown contaminants such as bacteria or cells can compromise the procedures of the experiment (examples of such techniques include wearing the proper personal protective equipment, cleaning important surfaces with ethanol, and pipetting liquids in…

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    Strength Within “I washed my hands, put on a new Band-Aid , but now I was being pulled all the way down. I opened the medicine cabinet quietly. Took out the aloe-scented hand sanitizer. I took a gulp, then another. Felt dizzy. You can’t do this. This stuff’s pure alcohol.”,which was located on page 210. When someone has a mental illness they will try to find the strength to resist it. John Green and Robert Longley both wrote two different pieces ,but also they compare in many different…

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    medications and to replace fluids for patients unable to ingest or sustain the fluids in their body (Lemone et al. 2014, pg.215). The skill of priming an intra venous line and monitoring the flow rate is important and a skill I need to be comfortable with and perfect so I can perform it in a clinical setting. As seen in the video I identified the patient, IV site and fluid and checked it on the order form. This is important as it helps to allay patients anxiety as they can see that the health…

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    give an evaluation of our performance. This is my evaluation for my performance in the show, class, and rehearsals. First, is my evaluation of my performance. My performance as a whole went well. There were few mistakes, but some parts could have looked better. The technique was great for the most part and looked clean. The timing was wrong in the first variation on Friday night. I think that I either went a little too fast , or too slow. My timing was off in the closing too. I went a little…

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    The explorer conditioning technique (ECT): Treat a new task as a quest for new discoveries. To be able to perform at your peak, you have to love what you are doing. Whether it’s acting, bartending or washing dishes, you have to learn to love what you do. One way to achieve this is to technically act like any explorer would, which is to be thrilled by something new every day (or treat everything as such even when it’s not new). It should be as if each task you were making were coming…

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    Therapy Tree, 2016). Therefore, having fascia working at its optimal level is necessary when performing everyday movements as well as more strenuous physical activities. When fascia is injured or damaged in any way, it can make movement painful and at times unbearable. To elaborate, fascia becomes inflexible when it has been through physical trauma or inflammation, causing tension and pain in the surrounding tissue area (Cutler, 2010). A physical therapist will use the myofascia release therapy…

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    Her shocking, revealing story is brought home by a complex, and effective, narrative technique. Works Cited and Consulted Atwood, Margaret. The Handmaid's Tale. Anchor Books: New York, New York, 1985. Conboy, Sheila C. "Scripted, Conscripted, and Circumscribed: Body Language in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale." Anxious Power: Reading, Writing, and Ambivalence in Narrative by Women. Eds. Carol J. Singley and Susan Elizabeth Sweeney. Albany : State U of New York P, 1993.…

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    “The Veldt” is a short and twisting story written in 1950 by Ray Bradbury about the Hadley family who lives in a futuristic world that ends up “ruining human relationships and destroying the minds of children” (Hart). The house they live in is no ordinary home, Bradbury was very creative and optimistic when predicting future technology in homes. This house does everything for the residence including tying shoes, making food, and even rocking them to sleep. The favourite room of the children,…

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    In part one, chapter six of The Stranger, Camus utilizes a multitude of literary devices in hopes of describing and explaining Meursault’s killing of the Arab. Although Camus employs the use of a plethora of literary techniques, some of the most conspicuous include those of foreshadowing, imagery, and intricate diction. In the final chapter of part one, Camus makes use of various literary devices to present the notion that Meursault’s needless murder of the Arab lacks a rational explanation,…

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    Unfortunate Luck The odds of winning the lottery are about 1 in 176 million. Most people understand the improbable reality of winning, yet there are those who continue to cling to their slim-to-none chances with the hope of being the lucky winner (creative verb: cling). In Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery,” a small village, with a population of 300 people, endures an annual lottery (diverse syntax). The chances of being the lucky winner are highly favorable with the odds being 1 in 300. Despite…

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