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    Why Was He Honored?

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    There are many different definitions of honor. Honor-high respect; esteem, My definition of honor is when you are looked upon by many and the majority of people have appreciated what you have done no matter how big or small of a deal it is. Accomplishments- Nobel had an extraordinarily innovative mind, from which new ideas poured. His genius was bolstered by steely determination to succeed and a huge capacity for hard work. These were driven by bitter memories of the poverty his family endured when he was a young boy. He invented the explosive dynamite, which is widely used in mining, quarrying, construction and warfare. Dynamite which is produced using nitroglycerin and some other absorbent material is unstable and dangerous to manufacture. He also invented the explosives gelignite and ballistite. He laid the foundation for the formation of the Nobel Prizes by leaving a vast portion of his wealth for the establishment of an international prize fund to honor outstanding contributions in several varied fields of science and arts. “If I come up with 300 ideas in a year, and only one of them is useful, I am content.” Why Was He Honored?- Nobel was honored by many people for good reasons.…

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    that Calvin has of his father. Calvin recalls one moment when his mother left for a weekend to visit her sister And his father went to the store and returned with food for dinner. After the meal his father said that he had a surprise for dessert. As he opened a can he noticed that it was a can of potatoes when he intended to purchase a can of pears. He felt embarrassed left the room and went to be alone to dwell in shame. Years later, after his mother 's death Calvin did move away and he…

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    vasodilator used for treating high blood pressure during surgery is nitroglycerin. It is function to control congestive heart failure associated with heart attack, treating chest pain in certain patients, and lowering blood pressure during surgery. Nitroglycerin is a nitrate that works by widening blood vessels allowing blood to flow more easily thereby reduce the heart’s workload and amount of oxygen need by the heart because chest pain usually occur when the heart needs more oxygen than what…

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    Assessment – If a patient has chest pain then the paramedic should consider pericarditis as a differential diagnosis. They should perform a 12 lead as the patient may be having an MI, but look for signs of pericarditis mentioned above. The paramedic should ask the patient if they have had cardiac problems in the past or any other type of medical conditions. The paramedic should ask the patient SAMPLE questions and OPQRST to get better understanding of the condition. The paramedic should…

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    The effectiveness of this medicine will not be much helpful if, the progress of chest pain has previously begun in processed (Maypclinic.org, 2015). This medication is administered through the form of ointment and patch (Maypclinic.org, 2015). Nitroglycerin help lessening the blood vessels, it helps retrieving the amount of blood and oxygen back into the heart (Maypclinic.org,…

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    Last ECG shows atrial flutter. Last sodium 131, potassium 5.0, but blood sugar was 589 and his hemoglobin A1c was 12.8, his LDL 69. REVIEW OF SYSTEMS Positive for not being able to lie down flat because of shortness of breath, peripheral edema, and exertional shortness of breath. He has diabetic neuropathy. He does not follow a diabetic diet. He has been having chest pain for about two years requiring sublingual nitroglycerin. Sublingual nitroglycerin relieves the discomfort within…

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    Mla Case Study Essay

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    1.) Marty Smith ate at a buffet and probably consumed more food than he normally ate at a meal. He probably ate different foods than he normally ate also. 2.) If he was having heartburn, which sometimes causes chest pain, nitroglycerin would not alleviate the pains he was having. He could also have a hiatel hernia, which could also cause pains, the nitroglycerin would also not eleviate his pains. 3.) Also the paramedics hooked him up to an ECG, which did not show any signs of a myocardial…

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    the Big Picture, when you look at it from all the viewpoints. Through the use of this method I came up with the idea of Nanocomposite Polymers. SCAMPER METHOD SCAMPER is a technique that gets you to think about improving an existing design through using seven different ways think up new improvements. SCAMPER is an acronym for: S - Substitute one thing for another. C - Combine with other materials, things, or functions. A - Adapt: Can it be used for something else? M - Minimize/Magnify: Make…

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    Laboratory Section 4019

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    system). Impaired contractility would cause the stroke volume to change (decrease) which will affect the cardiac output. The heart rate will adjust or increase to maintain a stable blood pressure. People with chronic angina (chest pain likely due to a heart problem) often take a nitroglycerin tablet to relieve their symptoms. How does this relieve their symptoms? In your answer discuss (briefly) oxygen delivery to the heart. (3 points) Chronic angina can occur when there is a blockage or…

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    Medical Management Treatment The American College of Cardiology (ACC) and American Heart Association (AHA) released the guidelines on the management of STEMI and NSTEMI in 2013 and 2014, respectively. Mrs. B will be treated based on these guidelines. Immediately on arrival, she will receive the following treatments: supplemental oxygen therapy to keep oxygen saturation greater than 90% or relieve respiratory distress, sublingual nitroglycerin to relieve ischemic pain, and chewable 325mg aspirin…

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