Laryngeal mask airway

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  • Tonsillectomies: A Case Study

    United States.1 The most common surgical indications are recurrent upper respiratory infections and sleep apnea caused by airway obstruction.1 After the 1970s, indications of surgical necessity have gone from being associated with infections to being more commonly caused by upper airway obstruction.2 Tonsillectomies are usually performed in an outpatient setting, and patients are discharged a few hours after the procedure. The reported list of possible postoperative complications include adverse effects of anesthesia, pain, bleeding, dehydration, burn injuries,…

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  • Comparing Masks In Night And Olaudah Equiano

    The Masquerade Would you believe me if I told you that wearing a mask could save your life? For centuries slaves and captives had to mask their real feelings to survive in their new environment. They had to pretend that things were ok and life was good to survive their circumstances. While reading the books Night and Olaudah Equiano there is a reoccurring theme of being in denial and content, during their horrific experiences. Both books tell the personal and tragic stories of the captivation…

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  • VWII Reflection

    excited to get started with the voice mask. Initially, I was under the impression that getting used to and adapting to the mask would be easy. I set everything up with ease and one of the 1st things that I dictated was my Week 1 discussion post. The mask was working well with Dragon and seemed to be hearing me. One of the 1st obvious challenges that I faced with the mask was breathing and getting used to the feel of it on my face. I discovered that the best way to take in a deep breath is…

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  • Noh Theater Analysis

    fabrics. Crafted from multiple layers and textures, these costumes create elegant and beautiful figures to be seen from the audience. Plot lines for these productions are usually drawn from legend, history, literature, and contemporary events. Themes in these plays relate to dreams, the supernatural, and spirituality. The movements are enhanced by props, such as fans, that are used as a means of expressing feelings or conveying a mood. A closed fan for instance, may represent a different object…

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  • Deception And Deception In Helen

    beautiful woman in the land doesn’t make sense to Theoclymenos unless she is in mourning and lost her husband. Theoclymenos so dearly wants to be with Helen and she uses this to her advantage by referring to him as her master (1193), her new husband (1400), and discussing their wedding when she returns from Menelaos’ burial. Helen is distracting Theoclymenos from her scheme and making him excited about their future together. Helen tells Theoclymenos that in order for them to be together, she…

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  • Romeo And Juliet And A Midsummer Night's Dream Analysis

    Extended Response - Shakespeare INTRO William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream are plays that share similar ideologies and representations despite them being a tragedy and a comedy respectively. The similarities are predominantly that of the father daughter relationship, as well as love, marriage and rebellion. Romeo and Juliet is a story about star crossed lovers whose families are feuding, with a plot line that focuses on Juliet and her father Capulet. A Midsummer…

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  • Otomi Masking Patterns

    Otomí masks have changed and developed over time. There are many cultural shifts that have occurred that altered the Otomí masking traditions. The masks that were once used for maintaining social order, connecting with the spirit world through magic, represented symbols, and told great myths, have become more theatrical and less ritualistic. Many Mexican indigenous groups no longer practice shamanistic rituals, but many contemporary uses of masks continue to incorporate shamanistic elements.…

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  • Kenneth Gergen In Defense Of Masks Analysis

    Kenneth Gergen makes it really clear that he does not support the assumption that a person develops one coherent identity in the article, "In Defense of Masks." Although psychologists say it is normal, Gergen mentions the opposite, "they may experience severe emotional distress" (196). The use of multiple identities represented by masks is used, because people seek approval from others and Gergen supports this idea with how different relationships causes one to learn more about themselves. I…

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  • Mask Observation Report

    After VW I ended, I was on a roll! Using the open mic had been going awesome! Excitement about using the mask was followed by a bit of anxiety. Initially, I was under the impression that getting used to and adapting to the mask would be easy. It was with great ease I was able to set up the mask with my laptop and DNS. One of the 1st things I dictated was my Week 1 discussion post. The mask was working well with Dragon and seemed to be hearing me. One of the 1st obvious challenges that I…

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  • Masks In Native American Culture

    There are three kinds of masks, the single face mask, the mechanical mask, and the transformation mask. The single face mask is a single piece of wood. A mechanical mask is built with strings or hinges (after Europeans), which might allow a mask to open and close it~s mouth or eyes. The transformation mask is the most complex kind of mask. It consists of an outer mask that opens up to reveal an inner mask form, which might also open up to reveal a third mask form! Transformations masks are…

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