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  • An Analysis Of Echo, By Christina Rossetti

    a stream; / Come back in tears,” “Where thirsting longing eyes / Watch the slow door,” and “Pulse for pulse, breath for breath: / Speak low, lean low” (4-5, 10-11, 16-17). These lines provide a change in rhythm that enacts the situation of longing by pausing over a description, like “as sunlight on a stream” and “thirsting longing eyes,” or intimate longing, like “come back in tears” and “pulse for pulse, breath for…

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  • Coal Miners Suicide

    months, basal BP > 180/100 mmHg, resting pulse rate > 120 bpm, Body Mass Index (BMI) > 35 kg/m2, injury-free; no history of hospitalization; previous involvement in yoga rehabilitation programs; neuromuscular conditions interfering with exercise tests; present and ex-smokers (smoking…

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  • TOPSIS Model

    Average Roughness (Rz) Using TOPSIS The present work is to explore the effect of EDM process parameters on the surface roughness characteristics Ra, Rq and Rz. For the experimentation, twenty seven alternatives of EDM process parameters, Pulse on time (TON), Pulse off time (TOFF), Wire Tension (WT) and Wire Feed (WF) were considered as per the Taguchi’s standard L27 Orthogonal Array. The Roughness characteristics of Arithmetic average (Ra), Geometric average (or) RMS value (Rq) and Ten point…

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  • Capnography Monitoring

    Next, the interdisciplinary team will develop an education module about OIRD, respiratory sedation assessment, use of capnography, and differences between use of capnography and pulse oximetry monitoring (Carlisle, 2015). Also, a short and concise handout about capnography can be distributed around the other units of the hospital. In addition, monthly collaboration meetings can help to share EBP projects results and outcomes between…

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  • Night Poem Analysis

    The “pulse” is clinging to the rocks like a person who is near death but is still holding on. Later in the stanza, Bogan writes, “Where, again on cloudless nights, / The water reflects/ The firmament’s partial setting” noting that nature will persevere and continue…

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  • The Importance Of CPR In Medical Shows

    shows there are 20 people around to help with CPR when in reality one person is able to. T.V. shows skip details and present care as entrainment. CPR is different on a child from an adult. The difference is that on a scenario that a child does have a pulse then artificial resuscitation is at a ratio of one breath every three seconds. In a scenario where compressions are needed then it is at a ratio of fifteen compressions followed by two breaths. There are many minor factors in CPR that can…

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  • Effects Of Metal Electrodeposition

    Metal electrodeposition is the process of reduction reaction and crystallization of metal ions in an electrolytic cell according to the mechanism of electrolysis. Electrodeposition is one of the main methods for improving and enhancing the metal substrate property. Now, in order to overcome the defect of single electrodeposition with shortcomings of cracks, pores, pits, pocking and so on, the modern new techniques sprang up such as jet electrodeposition [1], ultrasonic vibration assisted…

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  • Circulation Case Study: Patient-Tag Line Analyst

    Spotter is unconscious, found face down with absent breathing, absent pulse. Enough man power to start CPR and AED. However all efforts stopped and the AED is taken to patient 4. (A blanket to cover the deceased worker and a student in place as a guard). (Black Tag) 4th Patient- Crane truck operator was found on the ground D-lock (sporadic groaning only), breathing was 8 per min, and radial pulse was absent, Carotid pulse present and racing. O2, assisted vents required. (After one round…

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  • The Mindful Body Analysis

    It is human nature to place confidence into science because it is heavily researched and thus perceived as the truth. Natural science carries a certain value in society, but Scheper-Hughes and Lock argue that it is the Western assumptions that have “determined the ways in which the body has been perceived” in biomedicine and anthropology (7). Considering the preeminence of scientific evidence and the fabrication of a culturally salient network, this phenomenon suggests, rather than universality,…

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  • Echocardiography Case Study

    Summary: Gerhardt, a 58-year-old male, presents to the doctor’s office with a low pulse rate, often times as low as 28bpm, and a feeling of sleepiness. Patient denies dyspnea, chest pain as well as palpitations. Physical examination revealed a high pulse pressure of 70 mm Hg, mid-systolic murmur and an occasional mid-diastolic sound suggestive of structural heart abnormalities. Question: What is an echocardiogram and how is it used diagnostically? Generate: Echocardiography is a modality…

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