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Heads or tails? We win in every case

  1. How to keep the table and how to work in each case?
    1. With farsightedness (if you wear glasses for near), keep it in front of your eyes at a distance of 15-20 cm. 2. If you have short-sightedness (ie, you wear glasses for distance) - at arm's length. With weak myopia, when at this distance the last line in the table you see well, fix the table on the wall and find your working line. And how to do it, read below. 3. Who is bad
  2. Tails: six ways to show
    We dedicated this morning to studying the eagle of the coin, that is, we learned to look at a big problem so that it does not fill our brains and does not deprive us of the opportunity to think. And now, until the end of the day, we'll throw coins and see how we can clarify any problem by drawing six simple pictures. Tails: Each problem consists of the same six pieces. Identify them, and
  3. Eagle: what type of problem do we see?
    "Wait a minute," you will say, "just six problems?" It's not at all like the world of business in which I live: I can think of far more kinds of problems that I have to face. " Of course, there are an infinite number of problems in the world, as well as an infinite number of solutions. In this case, the ability of our brain to process data is not limited. To get an idea of
  4. In each of us the power is hidden
    Many of us do not know their inner capabilities, but in each of them there is, it is only necessary to be able to awaken them, to make them work for themselves. What you have achieved in life in all respects is only a small part of the potential built into you. I say this as a specialist with many years of experience. Confirmation to that is extreme situations. Here are a few examples. How do you think, where did the forces come from?
  5. Replace or maintain? (artificial or auxiliary ventilation)
    As is known, the respiratory muscles perform the work on providing self-breathing. It has already been mentioned above that excessive work of inspiratory muscles in unfavorable conditions leads to fatigue and exhaustion. Ventilation completely eliminates the work of muscles and, on the one hand, gives them rest, but on the other hand, inactivity of respiratory muscles causes rapidly growing dystrophic processes in it. AT
  6. What does "good or literate" and "bad or illiterate" PSYCHOLOGIST mean?
    So, who is who? - A good psychologist serves as a guide, he will teach you to solve problems yourself, finding resources inside. A bad psychologist will give you advice. - A good professional with a higher psychological or basic medical education. You can ask to show diplomas, certificates, awards. A good psychologist will be glad to brag about his achievements, bad for you
  7. Anterograde of blockade of the II degree, or incomplete AV blockade with the absence of one or several consecutive sinus (atrial) impulses
    In 1894, T. Engelman reported that he observed on the frog's heart a progressive lengthening of the conduction from the atria to the ventricles, which resulted in the disappearance of one contraction. Five years later K. Wenckebach (1899) described the same phenomenon in humans and called it the Luciani periods by the name of the researcher, who in 1872 pointed to a similar phenomenon. In 1906, J. Hay discovered that when
  8. Complete AV dissociation, or AV dissociation without ventricular entrapment, or isorhythmic AV dissociation
    Full, or isorhythmic AV dissociation is a form of dissociation, in which the atria and ventricles are excited by various drivers of rhythm with the same or almost identical frequency. On the one hand, none of the supraventricular (sinus) pulses can be anterograde to the ventricles, since they are activated by synchronous discharges emanating from the AV compound region or from
  9. Accident
    Physical blockage Since an accident is difficult to foresee, people tend to regard it as an accidental event. However, in recent years more and more completely opposite utterances have been encountered. Personally, I believe that the case, including the unfortunate one, is one of the ways by which the Divine communicates with us. It should be analyzed which part of the body has suffered and
  10. Idiopathic cases
    A small, but rather important group of disorders can be classified as idiopathic cases. However, without complete pathoanatomical examination of the heart, such a diagnosis can not be considered established, except for a short time. On the other hand, pathoanatomical examination can be very unreasonable, since such a disorder is usually observed in patients with syndromes
  11. HEMOSTAZE IN THE EVENT OF Ectopic Intraperitoneal PREGNANCY
    The fight against bleeding in cases of ectopic intra-abdominal pregnancy is an important part of obstetrics. Each maternity unit should have an action program to assist in these situations. There may be several such programs, but none is perfect and all have their shortcomings and long-term consequences. METHODOLOGY: 1 In this patient, the placenta consists of
  12. Clinical case
    At 55-year-old man against a background of full well-being of health 4 months ago during rest in a camping chair has become frequent up to 2-3 times a day. His neighbors had similar symptoms, so he was not worried, but his family members did not experience anything like that. Feces were without bloody inclusions. Diarrhea progressed several months, and the stool became watery, with a frequency of 4-6 times a day. He tried
  13. SPECIAL CASES
    Now that many mothers understand the role of breastfeeding, they find ways to breastfeed even in difficult circumstances. Breastfeeding helps the mother of an infant with special needs to take advantage of what we call the concept of the level of needs. Some children have a higher level of emotional and physical needs, and
  14. Clinical case
    Anamnesis and objective examination A man at the age of 45 complains of progressive nausea and vomiting that appeared 5 months ago. Symptoms at first were episodic, gradually increasing and becoming almost constant. Nausea appeared 1-2 hours after eating, after which the patient started vomiting with undigested food. After vomiting, the nausea passed. The patient also complains of a fast,
  15. Law, not the case
    Some time ago I spoke with one person about the Power of Mental Attraction. He said he does not believe that Thought can attract something to him, they say, it's all about luck. According to him, he understood: he is always haunted by failure and therefore everything to which he touches goes awry. So it was always, it will always be, and he does not expect another. Starting something new, he knows in advance - nothing
  16. When I go out alone or with a friend, my husband always condemns me or sulks at me. Sometimes I still go out for a walk, but sometimes I do not. Anyway, I feel not at ease. If I go out for a walk, then I feel guilty. If I do not go out for a walk, I feel unhappy. I know that I give in to guilt, but I can not help myself. What do i do?
    It is clear that your husband only expresses openly what is already happening in you. He is part of you, who says that a good wife should not go out without her husband. However, there is another part of you that sometimes wants to go out with someone else. Apparently, the first part - stronger and more often wins. Make contact with these two parts in you and ask them to come to an agreement and
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