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What is a "Drudle" and "what eat it"

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What is a "Drudle" and "what eat it"

  1. What does it mean to see a psychiatrist?
    “Turning to a psychiatrist” means turning to a doctor who specializes in the study of human emotions. A psychiatrist can help a person become happier, work better, and better deal with oneself, surrounding people, and circumstances. A psychoanalyst is a psychiatrist who specializes in one type of psychiatric treatment, namely psychoanalysis, the subject of which, as we
  2. "HISTORY OF LAUGHTER" - SUCH A SCIENCE DOES NOT EXIST. IT'S A PITY!
    History teaches us what mistakes we have to make. Lawrence Peter In this chapter ... · Laughter in the Ancient World · "Laughter Culture" of the Middle Ages · Laughter in
  3. Ideal creative strategy: the concept of "maximum upward movement" and a list of current developments
    The scheme of an ideal creative strategy 1. Creative developments can be carried out at three levels: 1) solving a specific technical problem (for example, improving electrostatic precipitators used in cement production); 2) solution of a general technical (or general scientific) problem (dust-free production of dusty substances); 3) the solution of the socio-technical (or socio-scientific) complex of problems
  4. Commentary on the theory of "living" energy
    This concept of nutrition has been known for a long time and is interesting in that its supporters are convinced that there is some special “living” energy in the human body. And it is transmitted through some substances, structures, but so far they have not been able to “materialize” in any way. In particular, it is assumed that the calorie deficiency in the body is compensated by its own energy resources. Where from
  5. Superorganismic design, "komplikatobiont"
    In ecomorphology, living systems are usually classified according to the level of organization and hierarchical subordination into categories: organism and superorganism. Organizational level is recognized as primary and primary; the supraorganism is considered to be derived from it and characterizes populations, colonies, and ecosystems. This view is based on the assumption that organisms have their own centralized program.
  6. Prevention and treatment of “cytokine-induced” vasculitis
    To reduce the damaging effect of inflammatory mediators on the capillary endothelium already in the first hours of treatment it is shown: 1. The use of glucocorticoids that inhibit the activity of phospholipase A, which reduces the formation of arachidonic acid from phospholipids of cell membranes damaged by hypoxia. Dosadexazone is 40-60 mg, for prednisone, 300-450 mg per day in a decreasing dose over
  7. Specific problems of the "supporting" stage of treatment
    Good interaction between the patient and the respirator can be disrupted by malfunctions in the ventilator system system, which worsen cardiopulmonary mechanics, or by factors completely unrelated to ventilation. 1 Increased resistance in the open state of the PDKV valve is not its fundamental property {Note. per.). Damage to the apparatus disrupts adequate ventilation or oxygenation and usually
  8. Breast rejection: baby says no
    Let’s try to imagine what will happen if a baby mammal, for example, a bear, elephant, gorilla, suddenly takes and decides to suck mom? The answer is simple: in vivo, such a baby will not survive. Therefore, he does not suck his mother in only two cases: either he is weak and not viable, or trouble happened with his mother, and his mother is no more. In all other cases, the baby sucks mom. So
  9. Long-term complications of excommunication and repeated intubation
    Within 24-48 hours immediately after disconnecting the respirator, the patient's condition can repeatedly change, because he must adapt to spontaneous breathing and independently evacuate the secret from the respiratory tract. The causes of stress that occurs shortly after extubation may be myocardial ischemia, congestion in the lungs, atelectasis, secretion retention, oropharyngeal
  10. How to cure an addict?
    It is easiest to cure an “addicted” person in the world under one condition: to find something that interests him more than the subject on which he is dependent. You can cure any alcoholic if you can find something that interests him more than alcohol. So far, no one has been able to find a substitute suitable for all cases. Most importantly, the alcoholic is rarely with someone in
  11. Twisting the lung
    Twisting the lung is a rare result of severe chest injuries that cause the lung to rotate around the root. The x-ray picture is mirrored in relation to the normal arrangement of the bronchi, with the main pulmonary vessels directed more toward the head than down. Due to overflow of vessels, edema and atelectasis in the affected lung, the corresponding half of the diaphragm
  12. Trample syndrome
    Scope of the examination 1. Occurs in extreme situations with a large concentration of people and panic among them. 2. Development mechanism: capsizing and trampling of children by the crowd. 3. Leading in the clinic are polytrauma of varying severity and mechanical asphyxia due to prolonged (10-I5 minutes) intermittent compression of the chest. 4. Complaints are polymorphic, depending on
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