HEALTH IMPAIRING BEHAVIOUR. Health Impairing Behaviour. Introduction. Social practices: activities and behaviours of people in groups. Key sociological question: What social practices impact overall health? What can society do to solve health impairing behaviors?. Health Impairing Behaviour.By tale
Shock Tactics and Fear. By: Amyia, Kaylin, and Rashad. Meaning of Shock Tactics & Fear. Shock tactics are designed to lead to fear response and subsequent behavior change Shock tactics can evoke a range of affective responses including fear, anger, puzzlement guilt and shameBy yetta
Vehicle Strand Advertising and Branding. Advertising and Branding Branston & Stafford: history of advertising and marketing, movie tie-ins, influence and objections, regulation advertising and branding: key part of today’s mediated environment Key term: brand. Example:By idola
Shockvertising. Table of contents 1. Definition 2. Strategies and effects 3. Origins 4. Topics 5. Laws 6. Conclusion. Shockvertising. Definition.By alma-kirkland
View Shock advertising PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Shock advertising PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Shock advertising presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.
SHOCK ADVERTISING. Emergence of shock advertising. Media clutter: consumers are bombarded with 3,000 messages per day Shock ads seek to stand out against the background of media clutter Shock ads attempt to exploit a norm violation DaisyAd1964.mpeg brainondrugs.avi. Why use shock?.
Shock. Division of Critical Care Medicine University of Alberta. OUTLINE. Classification Common Pathways for Shock Initial Management Characterization Mechanism of Inotropy Catecholamines What’s Next?. SHOCK.
SHOCK. Outline. Definition Epidemiology Physiology Classes of Shock Clinical Presentation Management Controversies. Definition. A physiologic state characterized by Inadequate tissue perfusion Clinically manifested by Hemodynamic disturbances Organ dysfunction.
Overall Objectives. Understand the pathophysiology of shockKnow the types of shock and how they differUnderstand the therapeutic approaches to shock. . Definition. (Gross, 1882)
SHOCK. Dr Begashaw M (MD). Introduction. i s a life-threatening condition occurs when the circulatory system fails to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the body tissues & becomes unable to remove waste products
Shock. Stephanie N. Sudikoff, MD Pediatric Critical Care Yale School of Medicine. Learning Objectives. Understand the pathophysiology of shock Understand the principles of treatment of shock Examine septic shock as one example.
SHOCK. Outline. Definition & mechanism of shock. Consequences of Shock. How to diagnose shock? Classification of Shock. Causes of various types of shock Basic principles in management of shock. Shock.
SHOCK. Core Rounds August 7, 2003 Dr. Rob Hall PGY4 Dr. Gil Curry MD, FRCPC. JOHN-WEST. Shock Talk: outline. A few cases Approach to and ddx of shock Detailed review of major causes Focus on septic, hypovolemic, cardiogenic shock for literature review
Shock. Moritz Haager, PGY-4 Dr. Lisa Campfens July 29, 2004. Objectives. Develop an approach to the shock patient Are there any novel diagnostic tools? Review the DDx of shock Discuss specific controversies and new therapies for specific shock states
SHOCK. BY DR KAUSAR MALIK Assistant professor Medicine. Classification. Hypovolemic shock Cardiogenic shock Obstructive shock Distributive shock . Hypovolemic shock . Loss of blood (hemorrhagic shock) External hemorrhage Trauma Gastrointestinal tract bleeding