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Objective: To examine the events leading to the end of the war.

Objective: To examine the events leading to the end of the war.

Objective: To examine the events leading to the end of the war. Election of 1944. · FDR won an unprecedented fourth term in office in 1944. · However, in April of 1945, FDR died, forcing Vice-President Harry Truman to assume the Presidency.

By paul
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Ergonomics Principles and Guidelines

Ergonomics Principles and Guidelines

UNSW SCHOOL OF PHYSICS OHS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. Ergonomics Principles and Guidelines . For Area OHS Supervisors. Based on UNSW Ergonomics Principles and Guidelines. WHAT IS ERGONOMICS?. ERGONOMICS is the scientific study of human performance at work. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?.

By Antony
(344 views)

Rupture of the long head of the biceps

Rupture of the long head of the biceps

Rupture of the long head of the biceps. Jamie Shows/Keith Dooley AH322 Evaluation of Athletic Injuries I 10/22/03. What is the biceps muscle?. The biceps muscle splits into two tendons at the shoulder. A long one and a short one.

By elina
(308 views)

Hemophilia

Hemophilia

Hemophilia. Definition: rare bleeding disorders due to inherited deficiencies in co-agulation factors Types: 1. Haemophilia A (Classic) Factor VIII deficiency 2. Haemophilia B (Christmas Disease) Factor IX deficiency 3. Von Willibrands Disease

By betty_james
(2954 views)

Last Time

Last Time

Last Time. Modeling intro Polygonal modeling Ways of representing polygonal meshes Indexing schemes (indirection) Level-of-Detail. Today. Modeling techniques Homework 6 out yesterday, due April 20 No lecture April 22. Problems with Polygons. Interaction is a problem

By Anita
(255 views)

Patient has a radiocephalic fistula in his left forearm

Patient has a radiocephalic fistula in his left forearm

shoulder. blood flow. wrist. elbow. Patient has a radiocephalic fistula in his left forearm. aneurysmal cephalic vein . juxta anastomotic stenosis. right wrist. venous side branch. Patient needs surgical revision of juxta anastomotic region. Basilic vein in left upper arm.

By jacob
(359 views)

Katie Farver RD, CNSD Harborview Medical Center Seattle, Washington kef@u.washington 8-11-09

Katie Farver RD, CNSD Harborview Medical Center Seattle, Washington kef@u.washington 8-11-09

Nutrition Assessment in the Inpatient Setting Patient’s with Pressure Ulcers For HMC Wound Care Nurses. Katie Farver RD, CNSD Harborview Medical Center Seattle, Washington kef@u.washington.edu 8-11-09. Components of Nutrition Assessment. Diet History.

By Anita
(232 views)

First Aid Awareness

First Aid Awareness

First Aid Awareness. What is First Aid : First Aid is the assistance or treatment given to a casualty for any injury or sudden illness before the arrival of an ambulance or qualified medical expert . It may involve improvising with facilities and materials available at the time.

By oshin
(1082 views)

The Shoulder = glenohumeral jt

The Shoulder = glenohumeral jt

The Shoulder = glenohumeral jt. The glenohumeral joint is a ball-and-socket joint that allows for the arm to move in a circular rotation as well as movement of the arm towards and away from the body. The motion that the glenohumeral joint provides is flexion, extension, abduction and adduction. .

By Rita
(485 views)

Chapter 16

Chapter 16

Chapter 16. Splinting Extremities. Splinting. Reduces pain Prevents further damage to muscles, nerves, and blood vessels Prevents closed fracture from becoming open fracture Reduces bleeding and swelling. Rigid splint Self-splint (anatomic splint). Soft splint. Types of Splints.

By sandra_john
(1070 views)

Dialysis Basics

Dialysis Basics

Dialysis Basics. Dr. Nirvan Mukerji Southwest Atlanta Nephrology, P.C. Outline. Indications Modalities Apparatus Access Complications of dialysis access Acute complications of dialysis Questions. Indications. Pericarditis or pleuritis

By Jimmy
(1009 views)

Is Strapping/Kinesiological Taping for the Painful Hemiplegic Shoulder an Effective Intervention?

Is Strapping/Kinesiological Taping for the Painful Hemiplegic Shoulder an Effective Intervention?

Is Strapping/Kinesiological Taping for the Painful Hemiplegic Shoulder an Effective Intervention?. Julianne Genochio April Lovelace Tim Tollefson Christian Butler Ben Flores Chris McSharry. Learning Objectives. At the conclusion of this presentation the listener will be able to:

By Sophia
(1573 views)

Dislocation and Fracture Reductions

Dislocation and Fracture Reductions

Dislocation and Fracture Reductions. Bucky Boaz, ARNP-C. Colles’ Fracture Reduction. Colles’ Fracture FOOSH Dorsal angulation of distal fragment. Dinner-fork deformity. Colles’ Fracture Reduction. Closed Reduction Method An assistant holds the elbow and offers countertraction.

By Jims
(1705 views)

32: Pediatric Assessment and Management

32: Pediatric Assessment and Management

32: Pediatric Assessment and Management. Cognitive Objectives (1 of 3). 6-1.4 Indicate various causes of respiratory emergencies. 6-1.5 Differentiate between respiratory distress and respiratory failure. 6-1.6 List steps in the management of foreign body airway obstruction.

By omer
(323 views)

Thank you Kaiser Permanente For Making this possible Special thanks – Cecelia Crawford, RN, MSN Orange County Rescue M

Thank you Kaiser Permanente For Making this possible Special thanks – Cecelia Crawford, RN, MSN Orange County Rescue M

Thank you Kaiser Permanente For Making this possible Special thanks – Cecelia Crawford, RN, MSN Orange County Rescue Mission /Casa de Salud Isabel Becerra, CEO Ken Bell, MD, CMO McKesson. Vital Signs in the Ambulatory Setting: An Evidence-Based Approach. Project Overview

By issac
(277 views)

Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA)

Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA)

Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA). INSY 3021 Spring 2005. History and Benefit of RULA. Developed by Dr. E. Nigel Corlett and Dr. Lynn McAtamney of University of Nottingham’s Institute for Occupational Ergonomics

By salena
(1852 views)

The Shoulder = glenohumeral jt

The Shoulder = glenohumeral jt

The Shoulder = glenohumeral jt. The glenohumeral joint is a ball-and-socket joint that allows for the arm to move in a circular rotation as well as movement of the arm towards and away from the body. The motion that the glenohumeral joint provides is flexion, extension, abduction and adduction. .

By ham
(767 views)

Response to an Event at a Medical Cyclotron

Response to an Event at a Medical Cyclotron

Response to an Event at a Medical Cyclotron. Presentation to North Carolina Health Physics Society By Christopher Martel, CHP Director, Radiation Safety Officer Brigham and Women’s Hospital and James P. Tarzia, CHP Executive Director Radiation Safety & Control Services, Inc.

By kiona
(193 views)

Dumbbell Exercises

Dumbbell Exercises

Dumbbell Exercises. Chest Dumbbell Exercises. Flat Chest Presses 1. Lying flat on bench, hold the dumbbells directly above chest, arms extended. 2. Lower dumbbells to chest in a controlled manner. 3. Press dumbbells back to starting position and repeat. 4. Avoid locking elbows.

By Olivia
(467 views)

ERYTHEMATOSQUAMOUS 			DISEASES 		 Dr. Sahar Ismail

ERYTHEMATOSQUAMOUS DISEASES Dr. Sahar Ismail

ERYTHEMATOSQUAMOUS DISEASES Dr. Sahar Ismail. Psoriasis. الصدفية. Psoriasis is a common, chronic, recurrent inflammatory disease of the skin characterized by round, circumscribed, erythematous, scaly patches of various sizes, covered by silvery white scales. Epidemiology:

By ernie
(337 views)

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