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    Volunteering Reflection

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    A few extra things that I can mention about my overall time spent at the ASANTE hospital is that it is very difficult. There are times where I did not know what to do, or who to call to fix certain problems and/or to get extra assistance. For instance, I had an incident where someone threw up all over outside of the South Lobby where I was located, encountered a disfunction with one of the toilets here that had people coming to me over and over to complain to and many angry people who took their frustrations out on me. I did, however, experience some good things. I had a wonderful volunteer service staff who would come over to talk to me during my shifts to make sure all my questions were answered and that I was not encountering anything that I should not have to deal with. Additionally I was able to enjoy the greetings of many employees and patients/visitors who had came in during my shift, along with many caring people who would stop to genuinely ask how my day was going or tell me about there’s and just give me some good company while they waited or did whatever they needed to do before they could leave. To go more in depth about all of my difficulties while volunteering and my learning experience from these things are great. One of the days I was volunteering for a 6 hour shift and when I had looked up to outside the doors of the South lobby, I saw someone was vomiting everywhere outside, luckily there was a doctor who happened to be walking outside just as it…

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    reflection assignment, hasa03953, TSF 100 Wk. 7 The chapter for this week of the course was chapter six: Malfunctions terminology. I was so relieved to see this was what we were covering for the week. This is like second nature to grunts, and those around firearms a lot. However, just because I served in the military that didn't mean I was familiar with some of the definitions. So it was nice to get a full, and comprehensive explanation on the causes of the malfunction, and their respective…

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    In the book the Feed something terrible is happening to a girl named Violet. I have a theory that Violet is going insane. First the dad and also Titus said that because of the malfunction she may be going insane. Second she was saying she wants to do all these exiting things that she said randomly and in a way where she was acting strangely. Third she may be going insane because she got her feed when she was 6 not when she was a baby. The dad and Titus state that she may be going insane…

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    50, is not expressly preempted because the defendant Boston Scientific Corporation has violated the federal regulation by not reporting serious injuries and device malfunction. The Court asserted that § 360k does not prevent a State from providing the damaging remedy for the claims premised on violation of the FDA regulation as the state duties parallels the federal requirements rather than adding to it. Here, the violation of FDA regulation breaches the state duty to warn about the risk…

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    A House For A Better Tomorrow Advances in technology have helped people to evolve and spend more time doing the things they love, but everything in this world comes to a point where advancing becomes dangerous. Ray Bradbury's short story “There Will Come Soft Rains” describes a house that has endless technological amenities to help the residents live a more comfortable lifestyle. However, machines in the home could malfunction and it could create disaster and death for the residents. When…

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    who sold you the car repeatedly told you that the autonomous car was a “thing of the future”; that it was the safest option in the modern world. However, as you ride down the road, you notice a group of people begin to cross the street. Your car is not slowing. While there are other cars with manual controls, your model has none. The question here is not “What can you do now?”, but is “What can you do beforehand?” Let’s say, the reason the car did not stop in the scenario above was caused by a…

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    A Faulty Ice Maker

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    There are a number of malfunctions that can cause your ice maker to stop working. Luckily, a few of those defects are easy-to-fix. If you're dealing with a faulty ice maker, the troubleshooting steps provided below can help you diagnose the malfunction. However, keep in mind, not all glitches are simple fixes and a call to your local refrigerator appliance repair company may be required to repair certain problems. Temperature Issues A freezer temperature above 10 degrees Fahrenheit will most…

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    Introduction When you hear the word surgery the first thought is the risk you are taking while on the table. Though, your first thought when you hear the words robotic surgery, you think robot? Well, robotic surgery is a new innovative way to perform surgeries but, while being controlled by a surgeon. While robotic surgery is a major breakthrough in medical science it doesn’t rule out the way it works, its advantages, disadvantages, and malfunctions of the procedure. How It Works The da Vinci…

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    has a large surface area related to volume. Sime functions of the Alveoli are that the cell does gas exchange, once the air reaches the alveoli it diffuses and is joined with other cells and enters the bronchial passage, helping with gas exchange. The alveoli are particular to mammalian lungs. The main function of the Alveoli is to assist with the process of gas exchange. During inhalation capillaries expand as a negative pressure in the chest is created by contraction of the diaphragm. The…

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    In the mid-1900’s America’s domestic car companies felt little to no threat by its non-domestic competitors. This began to change in the 1960’s when an influx of affordable, yet quality cars made by foreign companies, gained popularity on American soil. In hopes of regaining dominance as the top automobile provider, Ford Motor Company vouched to create a car that was affordable to all Americans, a model later named the Ford Pinto. Although affordable, costing a small $2,000, the Pinto held many…

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