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FIRST-AID MEASURES First-aid Measures Inhalation In case of oxygen deficiency:
Most minerals are formed from silicates (compounds of oxygen and silicon), Hydrogen and Helium, the simplest elements, were the first to form after the Bing Bang created the universe.
Areas denoted by “**” may be integrated within sequence of Primary Survey/Resuscitation Takes or verbalizes appropriate body substance isolation precautions SCENE SIZE-UP Determines the scene/situation is safe Determines the mechanism of injury/nature of illness Determines the number of patients Requests additional EMS assistance if necessary Considers stabilization of the spine PRIMARY SURVEY/RESUSCITATION Verbalizes general impression of the patient Determines responsiveness/level of consciousness Determines chief complaint/apparent life-threats Airway -Opens and assesses airway (1 point) -Inserts adjunct as indicated (1 point) Breathing -Assess breathing (1 point) -Assures adequate ventilation (1 point) -Initiates appropriate oxygen therapy (1 point) -Manages any injury which may compromise breathing/ventilation (1 point) Circulation -Checks pulse (1point) -Assess skin [either skin color, temperature or condition] (1 point) -Assesses for and controls major bleeding if present (1 point) -Initiates shock management [positions patient properly, conserves body heat] (1 point) Identifies patient priority and makes treatment/transport decision (based upon calculated GCS) HISTORY TAKING Attempts to obtain SAMPLE history SECONDARY ASSESSMENT Head -Inspects and palpates scalp and ears (1 point) ** -Assesses eyes (1 point) -Inspects mouth**, nose** and assesses facial area (1 point) - (1 point) Neck** -Checks position of trachea (1 point) -Checks jugular veins (1 point) -Palpates cervical spine (1 point) Chest** -Inspects chest (1 point) -Palpates chest (1 point) -Auscultates chest (1 point) Abdomen/pelvis** -Inspects and palpates abdomen (1 point) -Assesses pelvis (1 point) -Verbalizes assessment of genitalia/perineum as needed (1 point) Lower extremities** -Inspects, palpates and assesses motor, sensory and distal circulatory functions (1 point/leg) Upper extremities -Inspects, palpates and assesses motor, sensory and distal circulatory functions (1 point/arm) Posterior thorax, lumbar and buttocks** -Inspects and palpates posterior thorax (1 point) -Inspects and palpates lumbar and buttocks areas (1 point) VITAL SIGNS Obtains baseline vital signs [must include BP, P and R] (1point) Manages secondary injuries and wounds appropriately REASSESSMENT Demonstrates how and when to reassess the patient Actual Time Ended:
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firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract Oxygen supply - demand imbalances can render proliferating cells acutely or chronically hypoxic.
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* Digests unwanted cell parts and other wastes. Mitochondria: synthesis of ATP. Cytoskeleton: gives cell's internal organization, shape, and ability to move. Erythropoietin: *influences the rate of production of red blood cells (erythrocytes). *maintains red blood cell mass. Intrinsic Factor: combines with vitamin B12 in food and makes the B12 available for absorption by the gut. Red Blood Cells Enzymes:↓ *Metabolizing glucose and forming small amounts of adenosine Triphosphate.← * Maintain pliability of the cell membrane.← *Maintain membrane transport of ions.← *Keep the iron of the cells’ hemoglobin in the ferrous form rather than ferric form.← *Prevent oxidation of the proteins in the red cells.← Symptoms Of Anemia: *Weakness and fatigue *Pale skin and gums *Irregular heartbeat *Faintness or dizziness *Loss of appetite *Glossitis What is the effect of Oxygen on RBC’s production? : Any condition that causes the quantity of oxygen transported to the tissues to decrease ordinarily increases the rate of red blood cell production. What are the different types of Anemia and their causes?: 1. Blood Loss Anemia (microcytic,hypochromic anemia). After rapid hemorrhage, the body replaces the fluid portion of the plasma in 1 to 3 days, but this leaves a low concentration of red blood cells. If a second hemorrhage does not occur, the red blood cell concentration usually returns to normal within 3 to 6 weeks. In chronic blood loss, a person frequently cannot absorb enough iron from the intestines to form hemoglobin as rapidly as it is lost. Red cells are then produced that are much smaller than normal and have too little hemoglobin inside them, giving rise to microcytic,hypochromic anemia. 2 Megaloblastic Anemia. Based on the earlier discussions of vitamin B12, folic acid, and intrinsic factor from the stomach mucosa, one can readily understand that loss of any one of these can lead to slow reproduction of erythroblasts in the bone marrow. As a result, the red cells grow too large, with odd shapes, and are called megaloblasts. 3 Hemolytic Anemia. Different abnormalities of the red blood cells, many of which are hereditarily acquired, make the cells fragile, so that they rupture easily as they go through the capillaries, especially through the spleen: a.
• The oxygen dedicated valve is used in the oxygen pipeline, with the best explosion-proof and flame-retardant performance.
TURFGRASS REGULATES TEMPERATURE TURFGRASS REPLENISHES AIR Plants take up carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the atmosphere (air) and grass is no exception.
We assessed mitochondrial oxygen consumption while monitoring the rate of ATP synthesis at various times (0, 1, 2, and 3 days) during prolonged cold stress and at two assay temperatures (25 and 4 C).
Small VSD because it will close spontaneously in some cases Need not be restricted in physical activities Discourage competitive sports Routine immunization should be given To prevent superimposed bacterial infection because they are more prone to develop bacterial endocarditis Childbearing and on use of contraceptives and tubal ligation be encouraged Specially in cyanotic congenital heart disease Bacterial infections should be treated vigorously (because of the danger of septic shock) Treatment of iron deficiency anemia (IDA) Hemodynamic changes is more pronounced when there is IDA or polycythemia Careful observation for polycythemia for danger of thrombosis Avoid sudden changes in temperature Careful monitoring during surgery and anesthesia Counseling on risks associated with pregnancy PERIOPERATIVE CARE OF THE INFANT AND CHILD PREOPERATIVE CONSIDERATIONS • • • Be familiar with both the patient and the family Knowledge of the intended surgery, expected outcome, potential complications Physical examination, review of catheterization and other physiologic data Cardiac Catheterization (determine the oxygen pressure and saturation):
INSPECTION ITEM NORMAL CONDITION (INSPECTION CONDITION) 1 - 41 No.1 injector 13 - 16 Ω [at 20°C (68°F)] 9 - 41 No.2 injector 24 - 41 No.3 injector 2 - 41 No.4 injector 14 - 41 Stepper motor coil (A1) 28 - 41 Stepper motor coil (A2) 15 - 41 Stepper motor coil (B1) 29 - 41 Stepper motor coil (B2) 6 - 41 EGR solenoid 29 - 35 Ω [at 20°C (68°F)] 34 - 41 Evaporative emission purge solenoid 30 - 34 Ω [at 20°C (68°F)] 42 - Body ground PCM ground Continuity (0 Ω) 48 - Body ground PCM ground 26 - 41 Heated oxygen sensor heater (rear) 11 - 18 Ω [at 20°C (68°F)] 35 - 41 Evaporative emission ventilation solenoid 17 - 21 Ω [at 20°C (68°F)] 3 - 41 Heated oxygen sensor heater (front) 4.5 - 8.0 Ω [at 20°C (68°F)] 57 - 64 Intake air temperature sensor 13 - 17 kΩ [when intake air temperature is -20°C (-4°F)] 28 - 33 Ω [at 20°C (68°F)] 5.3 - 6.7 kΩ [when intake air temperature is 0°C (32°F)] 2.3 - 3.0 kΩ [when intake air temperature is 20°C (68°F)] 1.0 - 1.5 kΩ [when intake air temperature is 40°C (104°F)] 0.56 - 0.76 kΩ [when intake air temperature is 60°C (140°F)] 0.30 - 0.42 kΩ [when intake air temperature is 80°C (176°F)] 44 - 57 Engine coolant temperature sensor 14 - 17 kΩ [when engine coolant temperature is -20°C (-4°F)] 5.1 - 6.5 kΩ [when engine coolant temperature is 0°C (32°F)] 2.1 - 2.7 kΩ [when engine coolant temperature is 20°C (68°F)] 0.9 - 1.3 kΩ [when engine coolant temperature is 40°C (104°F)] 0.48 - 0.68 kΩ [when engine coolant temperature is 60°C (140°F)] 0.26 - 0.36 kΩ [when engine coolant temperature is 80°C (176°F)] https://mitsubishitechinfo.com/data/ST41/2003/M2251303/HTML/M13115360086A2.htm 1/13/2012
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An image of the described sample plane captured via scanning electron microscope (SEM) back-scattered electron (BSE) imaging.} The resultant spectrum from an individual EDS compositional spot analysis indicates that the matrix is of a mafic composition with average atomic weight percentages (At%) of 21.38% silicon, 39.95% oxygen, 16.71% magnesium, 4.07% aluminum, 2.08% calcium, and 14.50% iron.